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Post by Saffron » July 6th, 2016, 10:11 am

I just like having things, even if I might not need them. Good thing I only collect digital items, the hundreds of books and thousands upon thousands of pictures would fill up my house real fast if they were physical items.

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Post by Saber » July 6th, 2016, 7:58 pm

I really enjoy collecting art of my characters. ^-^ It's fun to see what different artists can come up with, and it's also a lot of fun to have some err... intimate relations with other characters in art form. =3

I still have a rather large collection of Magic: the Gathering cards. I used to play it all the time in high school, but I haven't really touched them since. ;-;

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Post by Saffron » July 7th, 2016, 4:33 am

I certainly know what you mean by intimate relations with characters in art :)

I almost forgot, I enjoy collecting Yu-Gi-Oh cards. I don't even use them for anything, I just sort them all and put them into a big binder.

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Post by Tera » July 7th, 2016, 6:49 am

Used to collect pokemon cards and car models last time. Even if wanna collect things now, its mostly digital stuff now like csgo skins, artworks (dragons and sceneries,etc), car pics, memes and other stuff etc
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Post by Mazrogal » July 7th, 2016, 10:41 am

Hmm the thing i collect mostly at the moment is Steam achievements on my steam profile and arts of my Dragon some SFW and some NSFW.

Reason i collect steam achievements is well i find it fun to play games for achievements as long as its no weird ones like start you for first battle or any like that crap. I prefer the ones where you have to play on hardest difficulty and get a challenge as you play.

And so far i've collected 21 art pieces of mazrogal will most likely buy more from other artists ( have no drawing skills myself) And see how many different styles he can be drawn in.
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Post by Le-shorin » July 10th, 2016, 7:25 pm

I have a total of 3 dragon statues/figurines in my collection (no pics for now) I hope to get more dragons to fill my new apartment with.
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Post by DragonCurse4 » July 10th, 2016, 10:32 pm

Well outside of my statues/swords (that I'm posting on another thread), I also used to collect Pokemon cards. I was an avid collector of them, though I got rid of them a long time ago.

I also collected Goosebump books. In fact I think this was the first thing I ever wanted to collect. I have completed the original series, the 2000 series, and the specials. The only thing I didn't finish was the Choose Your Own Adventure series. In fact I actually still have all my books, though they are currently still in storage.

I also collect Game systems, new and old. I currently have all the game systems from PS2/Gamecube/Xbox Original era and onward. Now I'm in the middle of getting the really old game systems. Recently bought a Sega CD and Atari 2600. Currently working on getting a Dreamcast. :P

Oh, just remembered, I also collect Zippo Lighters....yup Zippo Lighters. I'm not a smoker so I don't really use them on anything, I just like collecting ones with cool looking pictures on them. First one I got was a Resident Evil lighter (was a zippo with the Umbrella Logo).

That's about all the major things I collect (at least that I can remember).
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Post by gryphon » July 11th, 2016, 12:52 pm

Well, some time ago I collected old computers: something based on i8080, i8086, i8088, Z80 -compatible, PDP11, MSXs, Atari, etc. I can not say that I did it for the sake of collecting, mostly for fun and mainly for repairing them (as a rule they were non-working when I bought them). It was a good time. I gave up a few years ago because of work (when you're working with electronics is your professional occupation, it doesn't bring pleasure anymore). Also collecting coins, but I can't boast of their plenty. Just collect if something comes.
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Post by Valcyrie » August 14th, 2016, 7:02 pm

I enjoy collecting knives and militaria. Have a whole lot of knives now (not even sure how many) and 9 swords. Also recently bought the last parts to have a full medieval armor too (halfplate, similar to this).
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Post by LokiDragon » August 16th, 2016, 10:26 pm

Well my whole family are collectors/hoarders so I've a lot of collections of things, I think curiosities covers a lot of it... Lets see, Rubik's cubes (their a big one), skulls and fossils, hats, scientific instruments (mainly electrical based), movie props and figures (that weren't made by me) rings, pendants and walking canes. That's not counting all the other stuff I collect to make stuff with... Like glass eyes, clock parts, ect. There's probably more stuff that I've forgotten to mention!

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Post by Koatliqua » October 5th, 2016, 1:10 pm

I collect model cars. 1:64 scale like Hot Wheels, Tomica, Matchbox, Majorette, Corgi Juniors, Guisval, Racing Champions. The bright colours make me very happy.
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Re: Collections

Post by Aracth'nil » October 5th, 2016, 1:15 pm

I see that there are some interesting ones out there - dragon hoarding to the max.
Nothing new from me - used to collect pokemon cards.
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