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The Plastic Forest: rgmusashi's grass-type starter Pokémon collection

Close-up photos of my collectionCollapse )

Photos of individual items:

Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur
Turtwig, Grotle, and Torterra

I have numerous flat items that are not pictured here yet.

You may use my photos for your want lists if you give me credit, please.

rgmusashi's Treecko collection

Treecko, a Wood Gecko PokémonCollapse )

rgmusashi's Grovyle collection

Grovyle, a Wood Gecko PokémonCollapse )

rgmusashi's Sceptile collection

Sceptile, the Forest PokémonCollapse )

rgmusashi's Snivy collection

Snivy, a Grass Snake PokémonCollapse )

rgmusashi's Servine collection

Servine, a Grass Snake PokémonCollapse )

rgmusashi's Serperior collection

Serperior, the Royal PokémonCollapse )

rgmusashi's Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur collection

Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur, the Seed PokémonCollapse )

rgmusashi's Turtwig, Grotle, and Torterra collection

Turtwig, Grotle, and Torterra, the Tiny Leaf, Grove, and Continent PokémonCollapse )

Here are links to rgmusashi's pkmncollectors and eBay feedback, both as a buyer and a seller.

- Most recent feedback
- Late 2011 feedback
- 2010-11 feedback
- eBay feedback

The 2011 pkmncollectors Census was the second annual survey of the community's demographics, preferences, and opinions.

The 2011 census received 515 responses. As of early 2012, the community boasted more than 3,900 members, although many (if not most) are certainly inactive.

Some of the more open-ended questions were difficult for me to pin down specific numbers... So, for some questions I'll provide a bit more explanation. Also, not all percentages add up to 100 because not everyone answered every single question on the census, and some questions let people choose more than one answer.

2011 census results are behind the cutCollapse )

Community response to the census results

The 2010 pkmncollectors Census was an attempt to measure the demographics of as many community members as possible. The group had 2,630 members when the survey ended, and 427 members responded to the survey. That's a 16 percent response rate. Thank you if you participated.

The results of the census are behind the cut. Please remember that the answers represent only 16 percent of all people who have joined this group, whether or not they are active.

2010 Census resultsCollapse )

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