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Gundam Deathscythe Hell is a The Upgrade Form of Gundam Deathscythe.
Great with some work
I think the SD line is rather notorious for looking way better on the box than straight-assembled. T ...
I love this kit. The stickers are awesome because the one on the staff is cool because of how shinny ...
First the Wing Zero Custom, now Deathscythe Hell Custom! The Endless Waltz lineup is walt-I mean, coming together nicely as part of the EX-Standard collection! Featuring nice articulation and proportion as well as stickers for details, this is a cute little god of death!
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The first suit from Build Fighters is joining the EX-Standard line! The Try Burning Gundam is here with emphasis on posing and articulation so you can nail those cute little martial arts poses! Of cou... (learn more)
Part of the SD Gundam EX-Standard product line, the Destiny Gundam has been recreated with an emphasis on articulation and enhanced proportion at an attractive price. Weapons include High energy beam ... (learn more)
Lots of kits are getting overhauls lately, so why should the BB line be left out? Essentially a BB Ver 2.0 line, the EX-Standard line is raising the bar for what you can expect out of your BB kits--wi... (learn more)
The Deathscythe Hell as it appears in the Endless Waltz OVA is here! Based on the same inner frame as the MG Wing kit, it will have superb levels of poseability when assembled. This MG kit will come w... (learn more)
These boots are obviously meant for walking, because they take up about 1/3 of the entire height of the kit. We know what you're all here for though and we are too: three different colors of clear pla... (learn more)
You get what you pay for
Recently bought this to get my baby brother into building Gunpla (or mechs in general) and gotta say this is an amazing kit to get someone started into Gunpla! Easy to build, clear instructions and none the less, fun!
Gonna panel line and top coat this.
Just a heads up to whoever is deciding to get this that this kit will look below average if you only build it without any detail. All you get are the runners and a small sheet of stickers (which you HEAVILY need to rely on with this kit.)
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Great with some work
I think the SD line is rather notorious for looking way better on the box than straight-assembled. The EX-line especially has a reliance on stickers that are those difficult wrap-around ones that look a little questionable later.
That said, Deathscythe Hell is a fun, quick build that has gotten a couple people I know into the hobby. The straight build looks a little lacking, but is still cute, and this SD in particular is phenomenal for learning to line and paint!
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