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Nice but fragile
I love this kit for what it is. I’m a huge Phantasy Star fan and having her was a bit of dream. Her ...
An alright build kit.
This is my first time working with a frame arms girl, so maybe that's the source of my problems ...
Frame Arms Girl Stylet A.I.S Color Ver.
I want this! I really like the design and colors!
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An alright build kit.
This is my first time working with a frame arms girl, so maybe that's the source of my problems, but this was kind of difficult for a $50 kit that stands only about 5" tall. It overall looks nice, but the waterslides never seemed to settle right, and there were many minuscule pieces required that were damn-near impossible to snap in. The worst of these parts is the grey piece that holds down the fluffy neck piece. No matter what you do, it does not stay in and will fallout if you hold the figure the wrong way or slightly touch it.
The facial features, mainly the mouth, weren't the best possible outcome but they're also not bad.
Overall, it's an alright kit with some really annoying flimsy parts. I personally think it's not worth the original retail of around $55, but rather more of a $30 kit. But overall, she's still pretty cute and when it's actually assembled she holds up well enough for posing on the included stand.
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Nice but fragile
I love this kit for what it is. I’m a huge Phantasy Star fan and having her was a bit of dream. Her build was very straight forward and took about 3 hours to pull off. My only issues are as follow.
1: Her arms don’t twist or pose easily and tend to just fall off.
2: Mine came with the faces a little off. They look good until you really look and notice one eye is a little higher than the other.
3: The Gatling gun she comes with is a pain to fit in her hand properly.
She’s super cute and I love her coloration.
She’s my first normal size Frame Arms Girl and she won’t be my last. She’s got parts that are already painted and look great and her weapons and accessories are so well done.
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