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* EpilepticTrees: ''Every'' fans are skeptical on whether the revealed prototype of the kit will be released for general retail, or as a webshop exclusive. Though the results are zigzagged on every new kit produced.

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* EpilepticTrees: ''Every'' A common joke among fans are skeptical on whether the revealed prototype of the kit is for everyone to guess if potential model kits will be released for general retail, retail or as a webshop exclusive. Though the results are zigzagged on every new kit produced.exclusives (specifically Premium Bandai).


* InternetBackdraft:
** In terms of Gunpla collecting, most of the (foreign) fans are '''not''' satisfied when their favorite Mobile Suits, either main or minors, get released as Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusives. (Unless they know how to order them and use their shipping fees.)
** Fans are ''not'' amused when some higher-priced kits still include stickers on some details instead of parts separation.
*** Some of the modelers are also unsatisfied to some kits' (mostly 2010's and beyond) little-to-no effort of parts separation (like having seam lines in ''between'' two pieces of a 1/100 No-Grade kit's shoulder armors).


* FandomBerserkButton:

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* FandomBerserkButton:FandomEnragingMisconception:


* FandomBerserkButton: Go and call the Mobile Suits as "Transformers", I dare you. [[note]]It barely helped that Shōji Kawamori, the designer of the pre-Transformers Diaclone toyline, also designed Gundam-type Mobile Suits.[[/note]]

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* FandomBerserkButton: FandomBerserkButton:
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Go ahead and call the Mobile Suits as "Transformers", I "Franchise/{{Transformers}}", we dare you. [[note]]It barely helped that Shōji Kawamori, the designer of the pre-Transformers Diaclone toyline, also designed Gundam-type Mobile Suits.[[/note]][[/note]]
** Be sure to learn that not all Mobile Suits are Gundams before getting into a discussion with fans, or risk ticking them off by calling suits like Zakus or [=BuCUEs=] Gundams.


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Proportionally speaking, the Master Grade line of model kits sells incredibly well in most foreign countries like Australia and the US. This was very likely due to the usage of inner frames (If you don't count even older ones).

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Proportionally speaking, the Master Grade line of model kits sells incredibly well in most foreign countries like Australia and the US. This was very likely due to the usage line's plethora of gimmicks, which consists of of inner frames (If you don't count even older ones).ones), poseable fingers, excellent color separation (current kits), the usage of clear parts etc.


** In terms of Gunpla collecting, most of the (foreign) fans are '''not''' satisfied to their favorite Mobile Suits, either main or minors, is being released as a Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusives. (Unless they know how to order them and use their shipping fees.)
** Fans are ''not'' amused to the fact that some higher-priced kits still include stickers on some details instead of parts separation.

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** In terms of Gunpla collecting, most of the (foreign) fans are '''not''' satisfied to when their favorite Mobile Suits, either main or minors, is being get released as a Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusives. (Unless they know how to order them and use their shipping fees.)
** Fans are ''not'' amused to the fact that when some higher-priced kits still include stickers on some details instead of parts separation.


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Proportionally speaking, the Master Grade line of model kits sells incredibly well in most foreign countries like Australia.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Proportionally speaking, the Master Grade line of model kits sells incredibly well in most foreign countries like Australia.Australia and the US. This was very likely due to the usage of inner frames (If you don't count even older ones).


*** Some of the modelers are also unsatisfied to some kits' (mostly 2010's and beyond) lack of effort of part separation (like having seam lines in ''between'' two pieces of a 1/100 No-Grade kit's shoulder armors).

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*** Some of the modelers are also unsatisfied to some kits' (mostly 2010's and beyond) lack of little-to-no effort of part parts separation (like having seam lines in ''between'' two pieces of a 1/100 No-Grade kit's shoulder armors).

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*** Some of the modelers are also unsatisfied to some kits' (mostly 2010's and beyond) lack of effort of part separation (like having seam lines in ''between'' two pieces of a 1/100 No-Grade kit's shoulder armors).


* CrackIsCheaper: Many people who have gotten into the model kits have found this. It's called "plastic crack" for a reason.


* NeverLiveItDown: Thanks to Bandai's seemingly questionable marketing for releasing variants of most Gunpla kits as a Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusive, The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.

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* %%* NeverLiveItDown: Thanks to Bandai's seemingly questionable marketing for releasing variants of most Gunpla kits as a Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusive, The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.


%%* NeverLiveItDown: Thanks to Bandai's seemingly questionable marketing for releasing variants of most Gunpla kits as a Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusive, The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.

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%%* * NeverLiveItDown: Thanks to Bandai's seemingly questionable marketing for releasing variants of most Gunpla kits as a Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusive, The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.


%%* NeverLiveItDown: The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.

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%%* NeverLiveItDown: Thanks to Bandai's seemingly questionable marketing for releasing variants of most Gunpla kits as a Bandai Hobby Online Shop exclusive, The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.

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* FandomBerserkButton: Go and call the Mobile Suits as "Transformers", I dare you. [[note]]It barely helped that Shōji Kawamori, the designer of the pre-Transformers Diaclone toyline, also designed Gundam-type Mobile Suits.[[/note]]


* NeverLiveItDown: The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.

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* %%* NeverLiveItDown: The name "Premium Bandai" also gained notoriety to the Gunpla modellers outside Japan.

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