Armor of Rushed Ambition
Let's keep this short: Do you like the animal support units (both of which can transform)? Do you have any Frame Arms Girls or Figma figures (or any other similarly sized figures) to ride these bots? Are the individual units worth the double pack asking price for you? If so, you may enjoy this big kit. Otherwise, expect disappointment from this kit. (I originally bought this kit for that centaur mode that has universal use with other figures, so long as they fit inside.)
The titular “Lucifer's Wing” mode looks cool, but is a rushed disaster (especially without a Kotobukiya Flying Base) due to how top-heavy the kit really is and the poly-caps in the feet can barely hold themselves, so posing is out of the question. Forget about displaying the combined armor mode on a high shelf (telling this to ya'll this for your own good)! The fact that this armor mode was approved in its current state is a sin, so the name is actually appropriate for the wrong reasons. The humanoid forms of the individual units could be a cool standalone feature, but transforming the kit into any mode is entirely done by parts-forming (and the instructions are not the clearest in terms of mode conversion directions). The units should have been sold separately instead of first selling them together in one pack (and Koto might do that option in the near future, as the runners and excess parts might hint). To anyone who can afford this kit, good luck on ya, but for the rest of us, wait for more new developments before dropping your paycheck. I do not regret my purchase, but this kit could have been better.
Oh, and don't cut yourself on the sharp edges. I mean it, those pointy ends on some of the parts are excessively sharp and there is a lot of sharp points in the end product, so grab a metal file; Don't risk a laceration.
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