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    Finally Repaired The Goddess...

    I do not know what got into me but I pulled out the Gorilla glue, a pot of boiling water and gave a valiant attempt to re-crotch The Goddess. I also dusted off a paint brush and spruced her up slightly. Thoughts or input before she gets her headress an shelved?

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    might want to have this moved to the customs section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mekaneckpain View Post
    might want to have this moved to the customs section.
    You're right! Had to windows open and goofed.
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    ...Thoughts or input before she gets her headress an shelved?
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    Looks good!

    It is too bad that you have to do that to a $20+ figure, though.
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    Agreed. Wasn't too tough though. I actually made it harder on myself by applying extra glue on the interior to prevent future problems and then painstakingly filing the glue back to allow for original articulation.

    I actually read somewhere that they said the error was due to the plastic welding process but I disagree entirely. It was the assembly. As I filed away, I could tell that it was not symmetrical eventually causing the interior to get cracks in the interior plastic when the two halves were pressed together,which makes sense since it "exploded" outward when the joints were budged.
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