@007 had to pick a number, might as well go with a good one

also I only learned this later but apparently funko pops are not sequentially numbered like nendoroids so idk what is with the number actually

@halcy @007 I had to check it out and supposedly it's the mold number on a given line (e.g. Mastodon line, apparently).

Which I guess would be kinda useful when comparing two toys of the same character of the same line since if they have different numbers you know they're supposed to have different shapes even if you'll be damned if you can tell how b/c Funko Pop.

But the number shouldn't change for paintjobs so it's not as helpful as it could be.

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