Fellowship releases

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  • #460
    Turambar
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    Friendly people,
    I would be very lucky about some help concerning the releases of fellowship figures.
    That means I would like to know, which was the first Fellowship figure released in 2008 and in 2007.
    (As it was William in 2009 for example.)
    I prepare something like supplement sheets for fellowship releases and it would be very helpful putting
    the miniatures in the right time-context. Your help would be very kind! Thank you in advance.

    #9051
    Turambar
    Participant

    Friendly people,
    I would be very lucky about some help concerning the releases of fellowship figures.
    That means I would like to know, which was the first Fellowship figure released in 2008 and in 2007.
    (As it was William in 2009 for example.)
    I prepare something like supplement sheets for fellowship releases and it would be very helpful putting
    the miniatures in the right time-context. Your help would be very kind! Thank you in advance.

    #9053
    Gildor
    MMP Elder

    you have the complete listing here my dear :)

    http://mmp.faerylands.eu/viewtopic.php?id=292

    also in the database, for EACH MS figurine, i give the month, submitter, and number of the figurine in the GF chronology

    #9055
    Turambar
    Participant

    This is very kind of you, Gildor, I know this list and I admire this list. But- this listshows the years of suggestion, doesn´t it.
    William the Troll was suggested in March 2008. But when was the month of his release?! It was January 2009.
    This is what I mean . . . :rolleyes:

    #9060
    Gildor
    MMP Elder

    ahh well I suppose you can have it in the database then, with the field “release date” ?

    #9061
    Turambar
    Participant

    Sorry, Gildor, unfortunately not. :/ In my oppinion it is the suggestion-date also.

    #9062
    Gildor
    MMP Elder

    maybe that’s possible I used the (c) under the base usually, which then means I am either wrong in that, or that the (c) is wrong

    then I’d be interested too, to make the changes in the database!!

    #9064
    Turambar
    Participant

    I agree, Gildor. Let´s have a look at William the Troll, the MS 501. The database tell us: Year 2008. He was suggested in March 2008, but was available in January 2009.
    Tar-Minastir was suggested in April 2008 and ws also released in January 2009!

    #9066
    Theobald
    Participant

    Let me think about this … huoommmm … well, there shouldn’t be a problem. So, we have the complete list of the dates of the suggestions (depicting when each of the figures was voted for as a winner). Right? – Then we only need the dates of their releases. I think I can help here, as I just would have to look up my files with the receipts for the figures. As I have always been in that “auto-shipment” (ahem, to be honest it was me who suggested to the company to have something like that, as I simply was too lazy always to check about the latest releases, but also being very much concerned about missing any release) there’ll be no problem to find out about the exact date of release for each figure, as “auto-shipment” always meant to have the latest figures within one (or two) weeks after their first release.

    So, is it that you asked for, Master Rita.de?

    #9067
    Turambar
    Participant

    Exactly, Master Theobald. Your help is more than welcomed.

    #9068
    Theobald
    Participant

    But is it necessary? – I’m just trying to find out about this at the moment …
    Master Rita.de, just have a look in Master Gildor’s detailed Database. There you find, looking at all those MS-releases, at the top, the year of release. Further down you receive information about when the figure was suggested and by whom. I think it’s that you’re looking for.
    If not, I could produce a list, as I suggested before :) Let me know, please.

    #9071
    Turambar
    Participant

    Well, Master Theobald, it is not necessary to produce a whole list with each single release.
    That would be too much of your precious time.
    For me it is important to know, which was the first Fellowship release in the years 2008 and 2007.
    So I can see, which figures were released throughout the year. That is what I am desireing.
    And, sorry, as I mentioned above, the “Year” in Gildor´s magnificent database is not the “Year” of releasing the figure. Example: William the Troll, Tar-Minastir and so on.

    So, Master Theobald, only two release-dates would be needed . . . It would be kind of you to have a short look.

    #9072
    Gildor
    MMP Elder

    well as rita.de said, I may have mistakenly used the suggestion date as release date for some (many) MS figurines…. indeed the GF autoshipment receipts could help retrace the exact date of release. I have some myself but I doubt I have kept all the receipts :(

    this could come in handy !

    #9075
    Theobald
    Participant

    No problem … as I always try to keep record by keeping certain things outside this PC in a good-old file ;)

    So, first in 2007 was “Eorl & Felarof” [MS460] (sales receipt date 30/01/07)
    after “Gilraen/Aragorn” [MS459] (sales receipt date 15/11/2006)

    As for 2008 …

    It was “The Forging of Anduril [MS482] (sales receipt date 27/2/2008) being the first MS.
    after “Aragorn & Eomer” [MS470] and “Troll drummer” [MS471] (sales receipt date 11/12/07)
    … in January also the “Corsairs” (M-series) were released

    Of course I could prove that with copies of the receipts I keep.
    You see, it’s not that complicated at all.

    I hope I could help a bit with this. In case there are any further questions about matters like these, just ask them and I’ll try to do what I can for answering. ;)

    #9080
    Turambar
    Participant

    Dear Master Theobald,
    this is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much.
    There are mostly the smaller things in life that makes you happy . . .

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