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    solluxcaptor (2 anos atrás) #5279255I think you should do what you want to, if taking your plush or figures with you to take a few photos would make you happy, why not? Maybe not everyone would want to, but it could possibly enhance your trip more than anything if it makes you happy!
    As for taking a Nendoroid, I guess it might be too late now but you could always buy one of those Nendoroid travel pouches to keep it safe while you travel.

    I'm definitely bringing my Nico plush, so I will have someone to take pictures with. Goodsmile makes nendoroid travel pouches? I thought those were supposed to be sleeping bags or something!
    2 anos atrás
    0pt
    I think you should do what you want to, if taking your plush or figures with you to take a few photos would make you happy, why not? Maybe not everyone would want to, but it could possibly enhance your trip more than anything if it makes you happy!

    As for taking a Nendoroid, I guess it might be too late now but you could always buy one of those Nendoroid travel pouches to keep it safe while you travel.
    2 anos atrás
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    gundamuk (2 anos atrás) #5263624I may be in the minority of people on this site with this opinion but I recommend leaving them at home.
    If you're going somewhere new, somewhere you haven't been before, keep your eyes and attention on what's around you, not focused on what's in your bag as you walk around looking for that perfect backdrop for some figure. You can also take photos of scenery/places you see on vacation and then cut/paste your figure shots into them later if you like.
    If you do take them, I'd suggest bringing as few as you can allow yourself, and travel light.
    Enjoy the trip!

    You bring up good points. I've been there before, but it's sometimes better safe than sorry. I'm not worried about bringing my Nico plush, however my nendoroids are another story. They have a lot of parts too. I get what you're saying by being aware of my surroundings. Besides, I know they will be safe at home. Hmm... I really don't know what I'll do. If I do bring any, it'll only be one or two. And thank you, I will make the most of my trip!
    2 anos atrás
    7pt
    gundamuk Lewd, but never uncouth...
    I may be in the minority of people on this site with this opinion but I recommend leaving them at home.

    If you're going somewhere new, somewhere you haven't been before, keep your eyes and attention on what's around you, not focused on what's in your bag as you walk around looking for that perfect backdrop for some figure. You can also take photos of scenery/places you see on vacation and then cut/paste your figure shots into them later if you like.

    If you do take them, I'd suggest bringing as few as you can allow yourself, and travel light.

    Enjoy the trip!
    2 anos atrás
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    MugenUmiYume (2 anos atrás) #5262927I don't think I could do this with any of my figures, even if I repackaged it to keep it from breaking. It might be nice for a family member or friend to see the item, but I know my already stressed-out air travel would turn completely miserable worrying about lost luggage.
    I'm sure I would have no problem bringing a plushie in my carry-on if I collected such things. Having one of my Sonic Screwdrivers with me is more my style.

    If they are at least with me while I'm flying, I'll feel a lot safer. Putting them in a carry on is a good option. I get stressed out with air travel as well!
    2 anos atrás
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    akarin (2 anos atrás) #5262847I plan on taking a plushie on a plane soon, but I'm thinking about taking one nendo with me too >< I'm going to carry the plush with me on the plane, but I'm wondering how I can carry the nendo without damaging it. I usually have 3 carry on bags with me so I'm afraid it'll get crushed between the bags without me noticing ;_; So I think I'll be placing it in a ton of bubble wrap and put the extra pieces in a baggie and hope for the best XD
    Good luck on your trip and have fun!! Good companion plushie btw!

    Sounds like you have a good plan. And thank you, I hope you have a great trip too!
    ZoidsFanatic (2 anos atrás) #5262841Maybe an extra face or hand. For long trips I just stick the parts in bags. Figmas, Nendos... really a lot of figures are extremely durable. So you can bring them on-board the plane as a carry-on and they should be fine.
    I'm on the newer side to collecting, so I wasn't sure how durable they were. Good to hear they are! Maybe I will bring a few in my carry-on in addition to Nico.
    2 anos atrás
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    I plan on taking a plushie on a plane soon, but I'm thinking about taking one nendo with me too >< I'm going to carry the plush with me on the plane, but I'm wondering how I can carry the nendo without damaging it. I usually have 3 carry on bags with me so I'm afraid it'll get crushed between the bags without me noticing ;_; So I think I'll be placing it in a ton of bubble wrap and put the extra pieces in a baggie and hope for the best XD

    Good luck on your trip and have fun!! Good companion plushie btw!
    2 anos atrás
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    royaltobio (2 anos atrás) #5262832Do you bring all the extra parts (faceplates, arms, legs, ect) of the nendos with you to work as well? She would be cute on the beach, and thank you! I will.
    I'm sure those kids are really enjoying using your figma!

    Maybe an extra face or hand. For long trips I just stick the parts in bags. Figmas, Nendos... really a lot of figures are extremely durable. So you can bring them on-board the plane as a carry-on and they should be fine.
    2 anos atrás
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    ZoidsFanatic (2 anos atrás) #5262791Not sure why you wouldn't bring your Nendos with you. I bring mine to work. And no protection at all, I just slid them into my pockets. Keeping in mind my job is working in a Target cafe so I don't sit around, I move around. And besides some light grim (easy removable) nothing ever happened to them. So I see no reason why you can't bring your Nendos along.
    As for myself, I always take my entire collection along with me on vacation (all action figures, so easy to move around). This said with my collection growing I'll need to be more selective of who can come with me. Besides Barkhorn, that's a given.

    Do you bring all the extra parts (faceplates, arms, legs, ect) of the nendos with you to work as well?Ryuukino (2 anos atrás) #52627993 weeks ago I went on vacation with my family to this really nice beach resort and, well not being a figure, I shameless brought ITEM #120383 along with me. I'm so used to sleeping with a daki and it doesn't feel right sleeping without one (and thank god no one was around the room when I was bringing her up). Since the place was only a 30 minute drive from my house, and I had to go home every day for school, I regret not bringing ITEM #195508 along. She would make such cute pictures at the beach! Also, have fun on your vacation. She would be cute on the beach, and thank you! I will.
    StephieHerbert (2 anos atrás) #5262817I went on a work trip a few weeks ago and I brought about 10 figma with me to chill in the hotel room.
    My family is flying to the UK to visit family in less than two weeks and I'm currently trying to decide who I want to bring with me. We will definitely be at some fun castle locations so I'm prone to wanting to bring my Berserk figma, but then I have a lot of other favorites. Since it is further away I'm going to try to limit myself and not take up half my luggage with figures. I usually just put mine in a hard case inside my luggage and they've been fine. I take mine with me lots of places.
    Of course I'm pretty easy going with my figures. Currently I'm letting about six 11 year-olds shoot a stop motion with about 10 or so of my figma. I'm their video teacher and stop motion is something we learn. I think the figma are a lot of fun for that. Of course I don't let just any group use it, only the ones that are pretty serious about stop motion. I start them all out with stikbots.

    I'm sure those kids are really enjoying using your figma!
    2 anos atrás
    0pt
    I went on a work trip a few weeks ago and I brought about 10 figma with me to chill in the hotel room.

    My family is flying to the UK to visit family in less than two weeks and I'm currently trying to decide who I want to bring with me. We will definitely be at some fun castle locations so I'm prone to wanting to bring my Berserk figma, but then I have a lot of other favorites. Since it is further away I'm going to try to limit myself and not take up half my luggage with figures. I usually just put mine in a hard case inside my luggage and they've been fine. I take mine with me lots of places.

    Of course I'm pretty easy going with my figures. Currently I'm letting about six 11 year-olds shoot a stop motion with about 10 or so of my figma. I'm their video teacher and stop motion is something we learn. I think the figma are a lot of fun for that. Of course I don't let just any group use it, only the ones that are pretty serious about stop motion. I start them all out with stikbots.
    2 anos atrás
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