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What's the likelihood of getting ToMI plushies?

posted by greenttentacle on - last edited - Viewed by 963 users
Seriously :D

It seems plushie characters of games are sold all over but i'm yet to see a Guybrush Threepwood - now wouldn't YOU buy a plushie Guybrush? or a plushie Le Chuck? lol - like in the Trial and Execution of GuyBrush Threepwood...

Well, i'd love 'em, so how about it?
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  • Secret Fawful;261979 said:
    Yo whats up with the Atari cartridge covers there?
    Here's the post:
    http://www.telltalegames.com/forums/showthread.php?p=259707#post259707

    And the rest of the thread is worth a read as well.
  • Hey, that is pretty good. I notice you made your own Crossroads map too.
  • Secret Fawful;261984 said:
    Hey, that is pretty good. I notice you made your own Crossroads map too.
    TomPravetz;261990 said:
    Yep, the entire ordeal is chronicled there. I'd do the tarot cards next, but I'd want to do it on a heavier paper stock.
  • Oh, my mistake, it's the FOTS map not the Crossroads map. Dude, that's insane.
  • Secret Fawful;262011 said:
    Oh, my mistake, it's the FOTS map not the Crossroads map. Dude, that's insane.
    I hadn't even realized your mistake until you made this post. And now I want to make one of those. Don't give me ideas like that, I've already wasted enough paper and ink on this crap!

    Also, I'm surprised nobody's questioned how I got the pins to stick in the paper voodoo doll.
  • If Telltale doesn't release MI plushies, maybe LucasArts could at least. Though coming from Telltale there'd be a chance of a Winslow plushie :)
    GuruGuru214;262013 said:
    Also, I'm surprised nobody's questioned how I got the pins to stick in the paper voodoo doll.
    I just thought you rammed them into the table underneath it...

    :D

    Or maybe you used prittstick. Prittstick can do ANYTHING. (or at least anything better than superglue, sadly)
  • GuruGuru214;262013 said:
    I hadn't even realized your mistake until you made this post. And now I want to make one of those. Don't give me ideas like that, I've already wasted enough paper and ink on this crap!

    Also, I'm surprised nobody's questioned how I got the pins to stick in the paper voodoo doll.
    Guru, you're simply great. :D
  • Scrawffler;262325 said:
    I just thought you rammed them into the table underneath it...

    :D

    Or maybe you used prittstick. Prittstick can do ANYTHING. (or at least anything better than superglue, sadly)
    Naw, there's just a stick of gum stuck under the doll. I needed something soft enough to stick a pin in and thin enough to be concealable under the doll. I originally was going to use an eraser, but the one I had in mind was thicker than I thought.

    By the way, unlike the Feast map and Atari label, the paper voodoo doll is one of a kind. Despite the fact that I have no drawing ability, I copied it by hand from the game onto a piece of paper, which I inked to make it traceable and then traced on to a blown up piece of blank parchment from the Feast map. I'm just lucky it was such a simple drawing.
  • :p This:
    apenpaap;260214 said:
    I'd love a LeChucky like in Curse. "Math be hard, let's go shopping!" "Ahoy, sailor!" "My name's LeChucky, and I want to be your friend!" "Hehehe, just wait 'til you're asleep..."
    And who wouldn't want a lovable, hugable talking Murray ACTION skull? :D
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