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Just put them in boiling hot water and leave them for 5 minutes then take them out, straiten the torso and it should come off. If it doesn't come off then get a knife and wobble it a bit and there will be no studs in the legs and you can take the whole body apart - I have successfully used this method.
I found them. The capes were packaged in a small, square, white, cardboard box. Apparently the little box came with the set, and someone else took the innocuous box, assumed it was trash, and put it on our recycling queue. Considering the capes are the only items out of stock besides the Cave Troll, it is possible others may be simply dismissing the box, ...
I have not heard of this problem before and I'm a member of several LEGO communities. However it is quite possibe that a batch is missing the parts, or even just your one box. I would suggest that instead of trying to get the replacement parts online, just call customer service and get them that way. Perhaps they are holding back on online stock because they ...
It is fabric - probably cotton or polyester - coated with an acrylic substance that makes it more durable and tear-resistant. You can easily print on acrylic-coated fabric using standard laser printers. You can purchase acrylic-coated fabric through suppliers that sell sign-making supplies as well as art supply shops.
The term acrylic is used for many mediums, like acrylic paint (liquid), acrylic fiber (clothing), acrylic rubber (flexible) and acrylic glass (really hard). So, as you see, it is possible to make those capes out of a type of acrylic material.
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