FigLife ~ It was Fate…


Kagamin meets Fate for the first time, but something’s not right…

Kagamin: “What’s wrong, Fate?”


Fate: “What’s wrong?  Why don’t you tell me what is wrong!?”


Kagamin: “Oh my figure god!!”


Fate: “What would J**** do?”

Kagamin: “Umm…can I see that?”


Kagamin: “…I think I can fix it…”

Fate: “Can you!?  Really?”


Kagamin: “Don’t worry!!  Everything’s going to be alright!!!”


Kagamin: “You can fix anything with Instant Krazy…”


Kagamin: “Just watch…a dab here…and a dab here should do it.”

Fate: “Teehee…I hope it works.” ^^

So the story goes…


22 Responses to “FigLife ~ It was Fate…”

  1. 1 Guy 10/03/2009 at 16:56

    How you know you need more sleep: You read it as “It was late.”

  2. 3 lightningsabre 10/03/2009 at 18:09

    I had Kyon with a broken elbow joint… after reading this story I’m imagining Koizumi helping Kyon gluing his elbow back and then asking for “payment”… *shudder*

  3. 7 Wolfheinrich 10/03/2009 at 22:01

    Errr broken joint, hope that would fix it up.

  4. 8 anonymous_object 10/04/2009 at 16:17

    Cute story ^^
    My Miyuki figma had her arm broken off as well. Must have been painful >_<
    Some Super Glue and it was all good again ^^.

  5. 10 Miette-chan 10/04/2009 at 22:10

    This is nice, yes, Kagamin is a good problem solver. Kodomut was able to overcome a similar adeversity, I have hopes you and Fate will too.

  6. 12 Lylibellule 10/05/2009 at 02:23

    LoL … it’s a nice story. You had a good idea. ;)

  7. 14 Q 10/05/2009 at 15:37

    It’s always heartbreaking whenever I see a broken Fate – this one is so prominent! >_<

    A sweet little story. Never seen a glue pen like this o_o I do hope that this method works!

  8. 16 bd77 10/05/2009 at 20:10

    Hang on. You mean Krazy Instant Glue could fix snapped joints?! O_O And how strong is strong, the joined parts?

    You just showed me one of the nightmares of an action figure owner…

    *looks at his Gunpla and Revoltech collections*

    • 17 Guy 10/05/2009 at 20:17

      Should be as strong as the original, or nearly so. So long it doesn’t enter freezing temperatures.

      Then again, the problem is that the original is not too strong either ;)

      If you have patience, you could always use epoxy (two-part glue, that only becomes active when combined), but since it takes hour to cure, use blue-tac to keep parts together while it does.

      Look at Kodomut, where he connected the leg-base to his base with superglue, and it held the whole weight of the figure. Super-glues are strong.

  9. 18 Optic 10/10/2009 at 09:13

    So will her arm ever move again or it will remain stationary?

    Or will the answer be in the next part?

  10. 20 Blowfish 10/26/2009 at 18:02

    I guess Im lucky that im not into Nanoha ^^

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