...But also with all my other RG's, the details are just spectacular to behold
Strike Freedom comparison
Boomerangs are cool!
Arondight GET! Badass sword name
........Palma Fiocina!!!! lewlz
Who's the lead?
No versus action today..... END!
Whether you're a fan of guns or swords - you get the best of both in Destiny
It's an RG!
It's an RG!
Loose joints fast
Extremely back heavy
Extremely difficult to stand on its own
Weapon mount at the back is NOT reliable to hold the Arondight
I have a love and hate relationship with Real Grades. From the time it first came out I was all praises with its detail and have disregarded the major flaws. I wanted to put faith in the line as a 1/144 collector. Major flaws was and sadly still is the inner frame. It's amazing how soft and fast it gets loose from posing it a couple of times. The range of motion ain't as impressive as before when 1/144's were bricks compared to Master Grades but from post Gundam 00 kits, the articulation are just as good without sacrificing the solidity.
This may be my last Real Grade; at least until they've remedied my outcry. I get as much satisfaction from building kits with photography. But with RG's it's more of a frustration because of how difficult to pose despite its range of motion / articulation, it's not capable holding.
Model kits is a form of art I can practice as a hobby which is a frustration I was not able to pursue with my career. Being artsy. I'm still hoping Bandai would stabilize the RG's because they are a heck of a design and interpretation to marvel at. The set of hands was a step to solidifying. The RX-78-2 and Zaku II came with just the sucky articulate hands.
I may as well stick with Robot Damashii's or try MG's in the future and see how it holds (pun) up.