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Offline Snowman

Berserk 5 Figure Set by Art of War
« on: May 08, 2003, 05:47:19 PM »
Hello all, this is my first post!!  ;D

I bought a Berserk Art of War toy today. Its something like a Kubrick and each figure is about 3.5inches tall. I was wondering if there are any "rares" in this set. I saw a silver-coloured Casca and wonder if thats a rare too.

Anyway my figure is a normal-colored SkullKnight. But when i went to eBay earlier, i actually saw a yellowish-colored one!!!

Can someone help? Thanks  :D

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Can you put up a picture in Merchandise section?
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2003, 06:22:33 PM »
Can you put a picture up somewhere in the MERCHANDISE section??
I'd be curious to see this. Are all the 5 figurines silver in color? Where did you get them?? You said they were 'Kubrick' looking.

As an avid collector ( well, NEW very avid collector of Berserk merchandise) I'd be interested in where you purchased these so I can get them too! :)

At this point your guess is as good as mine in terms of rarity. What I do know is that some of the Art of War resin figures are out of stock and therefore have some serious collector's value these days.  Most of the sites are sold out of many of them.

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Re:Berserk 5 Figure Set by Art of War
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2003, 06:24:49 PM »
Hello all, this is my first post!!  ;D

I bought a Berserk Art of War toy today. Its something like a Kubrick and each figure is about 3.5inches tall. I was wondering if there are any "rares" in this set. I saw a silver-coloured Casca and wonder if thats a rare too.

Anyway my figure is a normal-colored SkullKnight. But when i went to eBay earlier, i actually saw a yellowish-colored one!!!

Can someone help? Thanks  :D

The "yellowish" one on ebay could be a glow in the dark Skullknight figure.

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Re:Berserk 5 Figure Set by Art of War
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2003, 07:47:58 PM »
The "yellowish" one on ebay could be a glow in the dark Skullknight figure.



yeah, or a "knight light", get it? man thats funny ....

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Re:Berserk 5 Figure Set by Art of War
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2003, 09:04:21 PM »
Ha you are too funny, man.

Actually I went there and looked and it isn't a glow in the dark 'knight light.'  It's just skullknight in a different weird sick yellow color. Maybe he ate too many Beherits and got sick???

I wonder why there are some different versions like that. The one I got in my 5 mini collectibles is a greenish gray color.

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Re:Berserk 5 Figure Set by Art of War
« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2003, 08:45:51 AM »
hi again,

sorry but hw do i upload pics on the forum?

the figures were released in march this year by art of war and yamato. its box is mainly black in color and measures abt 3.5" by 2" by 1".

anyway im wondering if the silver Casca is a rare..
the box says that the figures are in colour, but im wondering if the silver Casca is juz an unpainted figure. thanks

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Re:Berserk 5 Figure Set by Art of War
« Reply #6 on: May 10, 2003, 03:03:25 AM »
hi again,

sorry but hw do i upload pics on the forum?

the figures were released in march this year by art of war and yamato. its box is mainly black in color and measures abt 3.5" by 2" by 1".

anyway im wondering if the silver Casca is a rare..
the box says that the figures are in colour, but im wondering if the silver Casca is juz an unpainted figure. thanks

There also was a five figure mini collectible set that featured ALL silver painted characters. Yes they come in a black box with red lettering. I think the Casca item that is silver may be a mistake... since there is a set out there that is all silver.
LG
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Re:Berserk 5 Figure Set by Art of War
« Reply #7 on: May 10, 2003, 04:30:38 AM »
heyo L.G.,

thanks for the info!  :D