The Champions Amiibo - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Collection £49.99 @ Amazon
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The Champions Amiibo - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Collection £49.99 @ Amazon

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Found 4th May
I know this is not exactly a deal but retail price stock of Zelda related amiibo are hard to come by. In stock at Amazon. Expidited delivery
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malm25 m ago

good spot op, sold a few on the Bay but was amazed how when the customers …good spot op, sold a few on the Bay but was amazed how when the customers got them how there was always one that didnt work.Anyone for a partial refund.


No doubt trying to negate the over inflated price they were probablly being sold for, in which case I wouldn't blame them.
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good spot op, sold a few on the Bay but was amazed how when the customers got them how there was always one that didnt work.Anyone for a partial refund.
malm25 m ago

good spot op, sold a few on the Bay but was amazed how when the customers …good spot op, sold a few on the Bay but was amazed how when the customers got them how there was always one that didnt work.Anyone for a partial refund.


No doubt trying to negate the over inflated price they were probablly being sold for, in which case I wouldn't blame them.
Great way to convert my amazon gift balance into real money. Thanks OP
Thanks for posting. Had £32 in gift balance so not such a hard hit :-)
Have some heat !
Finally!
If you are buying these just for the in game features, it's a hell of a lot cheaper to buy the whole set of amiibo cards for Zelda from Alibaba
HappyHooligan57 m ago

If you are buying these just for the in game features, it's a hell of a …If you are buying these just for the in game features, it's a hell of a lot cheaper to buy the whole set of amiibo cards for Zelda from Alibaba


but where's the fun in that? plus its technically piracy
davethejedi5 h, 44 m ago

but where's the fun in that? plus its technically piracy


No its not lol. there is no digital rights management that protects NFC content. DRM is very specific and this is certainly not covered. It's why the websites hosting the downloads are still going strong. the point of these however are for collectors and they are a ripoff otherwise. Cards are the best way to get in game stuff.
vhero19 h, 4 m ago

No its not lol. there is no digital rights management that protects NFC …No its not lol. there is no digital rights management that protects NFC content. DRM is very specific and this is certainly not covered. It's why the websites hosting the downloads are still going strong. the point of these however are for collectors and they are a ripoff otherwise. Cards are the best way to get in game stuff.



Erm, pretty darn sure it is. Piracy is copying some one elses content without permission. DRM only exists to make piracy harder, it existing and being broken is not a requirement in order for something to be "piracy".

That said I do have a full set of the Zelda nfc cards for ease of use, but I also own every amiibo they represent.
Edited by: "raverdave2k" 6th May
raverdave2k6th May

Erm, pretty darn sure it is. Piracy is copying some one elses content …Erm, pretty darn sure it is. Piracy is copying some one elses content without permission. DRM only exists to make piracy harder, it existing and being broken is not a requirement in order for something to be "piracy".That said I do have a full set of the Zelda nfc cards for ease of use, but I also own every amiibo they represent.


Thats like saying if I use tracing paper to copy a comic book image its piracy.. Sure the content in the book is owned by somebody but lets be honest here, who is going to say thats illegal? We all did in primary school under our teachers instructions.
vhero7 h, 33 m ago

Thats like saying if I use tracing paper to copy a comic book image its …Thats like saying if I use tracing paper to copy a comic book image its piracy.. Sure the content in the book is owned by somebody but lets be honest here, who is going to say thats illegal? We all did in primary school under our teachers instructions.


Technically it would be, least sticking those pages in a photo copier would be, tracing is more your own representation than an outright copy so who knows but as you say doing that in school as an exercise or at home and sticking on your wall no one is really going to care, starting flogging stuff with those traced or scanned images on though is a different matter.

In the case of this thread though we are talking about someone copying someone elses work and selling it for profit rather than that money going to the original owner so yes definately piracy. Yes they are going to more concerned with the people selling them than the individual purchasers, much the same as with DVD / Blu-ray piracy, or downloading of tv / movie shows, just change what it is though.

End of the day each to there own and it's not like I've never owned a dodgy DVD or video game in my life.
Still got mine on 22nd, but £67 now.
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