worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Blitz_Emmerich » Tue Mar 30, 2010 8:29 pm

I'm gonna assume the wallaby or the orkin cus both look kinda sucktacular.....thoughts, opinions, facts?
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Danjen » Tue Mar 30, 2010 9:02 pm

Chimera, I think. Then the mould broke.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Freon Dragon » Tue Mar 30, 2010 10:18 pm

Worst selling is definetly the Chimera, IIRC it sold less than 20.

Worst in usage, I bet it's the Wallaby. Too thin and not a bit of texture.
Or the Chimera if you got it in insides-ripping firmness :P
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Runa » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:18 pm

Top three:

Seadragon
Gryphon
Anthro Dragoness (though this will be #1 within months)

HUGE JUMP

then razor, anthrodragon, and breeder

then everything else

then the bottom:

Orkin
Adolescent
Wallaby
Chimera
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby CurlyTails » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:15 am

That list is pretty much what I would expect :P the ugly looking toys at bottom and the ones ppl talk about all the time on top ^^.

suprices me that the dragoness is in top 3 tho o.O didnt know that high a % of ppl was Males.. and straight :P
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby AstralDescent » Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:53 am

Yeah, it kinda makes me sad :(
I do know a number of girls bought them, though, since the reviews for them are coming out now.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Blitz_Emmerich » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:40 pm

yeah, I'm not into anal, but the wallaby just looks laughable. Expected it to be low on the list.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby ByyakoKitsune69 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 3:31 pm

the idea for the chimera was good but it was too rough for most folks. Now if it underwent a massive redesign and revision to make it safer to use, more pleasurable and more usable then it would do well.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Evren » Wed Mar 31, 2010 4:22 pm

Also, they're the only toys not been remade into 3D moulds either.

I rather liked the Chimera, it seemed sexeh.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby ByyakoKitsune69 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:43 pm

the reason being is they probably don't sell well enough to justify the costs right now. They would need some hefty redesign to make them interesting and the chimera I think is a good candidate for a rebuild.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Duranix » Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:36 am

Definitely not surprised at the top 5 :P I can say from experience that the gryphon is murryness-incarnate, and I know everyone raves about the seadragon... that's next on my list to buy :P although I'm surprised the xenogon isn't at least in the honorable mention spot... I have one, medium size, soft firmness (although I will say that the soft firmness will not be a repeat feature on any new toys... particularly with the xenogon it makes it difficult to get started, as the head is flared nicely but then the shaft is quite thin, making the soft very floppy and difficult to get started with your hand + the toy all lubed up) and I honestly like it better than my gryphy! I know it's kind of like treason to say it... but I like it :P

But yeah, definitely not surprised that the top 5 are the seadragon, gryphon, dragoness, anthro dragon, razor, and breeder, especially with my "to buy" list consisting of (at the moment) the seadragon, dragoness, razor, and breeder ^_^" oh, and virgil... and a tail.... oh bollocks, just send me one of everything I don't have! :P lol
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby miladygrimm » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:49 pm

Why the adolescent? I'm confused. I think it's...well...cute! And the depiction that goes with it is....just yiff-tacular.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby Evren » Mon Apr 05, 2010 6:23 pm

miladygrimm wrote:Why the adolescent? I'm confused. I think it's...well...cute! And the depiction that goes with it is....just yiff-tacular.


It was pretty thick, it's a hawt ass toy, but it was hard to get in, for females anyway.
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Re: worst/worst selling Bad Dragon toy?

Postby miladygrimm » Tue Apr 06, 2010 4:00 pm

Evren wrote:
miladygrimm wrote:Why the adolescent? I'm confused. I think it's...well...cute! And the depiction that goes with it is....just yiff-tacular.


It was pretty thick, it's a hawt ass toy, but it was hard to get in, for females anyway.



Ahhh, Well I guess that makes sense. I like thick...but there is TOO thick.
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