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I have a relatively good D.E army for sale, and I was wondering weather I should sell it seperatly or all together?
Also would it be worth stripping alll the paint of it first?
Thanks, I will put up a list of what the army entails in a minute.
Depending on the amount of models my experience has always been to do it seperate. I hate looking on Ebay for models and come across $1300 armies when I only need one or two things. I also advise against stripping the paint. I play dark eldar as a third army and I much prefer having the models somewhat painted when I buy them so that I can compliment the colour scheme or rearrange it as I see fit, but its nice to have the option. Depending on what and when you list I may be interested...still a couple more things I find myself in the need of.
Hope, is the first step on the road to disappointment.
Separately is the way to go. I don't know if you'll be using ebay or not, but I recommend it.
Separately you'll get more ratings on your profile, you'll get a lot more money for some units, while getting less for other units (like warriors)
Don't hesitate to strip off the paint, most players prefer the raw models ,instead of badly painted or full of paint cloth models.
In most cases you have higher chances of selling when the models are clean or stripped off.
Selling sperately will bring you more money, but it will take a little bit longer and it's obviously more troublesome.
If you want to make some fast cash: sell the entire army
If you want to make as much money as possible: sell separately.