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Offline Ner_vod

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« on: August 28, 2005, 09:37 PM »
If anyone can provide reviews of the articulation on these figures would be great:

- deluxe darth vader (the one with a medic table)

- at-rt driver


Offline CHEWIE

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Re: Reviews
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2005, 10:11 PM »
The new AT-RT driver totally rocks - his articulation is pretty much on par with Clone #41 (except he doesn't have the ball joint like waist).  He also look awesome on the AT-RT.

The Vader is pretty much just good for sitting on his medical table, he doesn't have much more than standard articulation (lots of fun removable pieces though).

Definitely get them both, open and enjoy.   :)

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Offline DoctorPadawan

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Re: Reviews
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2005, 10:30 PM »
I just wanted to make a useless contribution and say that the #50 Anakin figure looks great strapped to the Deluxe Vader Medical Table.  I only wish they would have bloodied him up a bit more, because he looks like he has a skin condition as opposed to lava burns.   :D

And to make myself useful, in addition to what CHEWIE has already stated, a point by point articulation chart for these two figures:

AT-RT DRIVER:
-Ball jointed head
-Ball jointed shoulders
-Ball jointed elbows
-Traditional (cut) wrists
-Traditional (cut) waist
-Traditional (cut) hips
-Ball jointed knees
-Ball jointed ankles
-Second "battle damaged" chest plate

DELUXE VADER:
-Traditional head
-Traditional shoulders
-Swivel (removable) left elbow
-Traditional (cut) waist
-Traditional (cut) hips
-Swivel (removable) knees

The Deluxe Vader is best displayed on the table, though, as the arms being straight and possessed of rather spartan articulation makes him look kind of silly standing at attention, IMO. :)
« Last Edit: August 28, 2005, 10:31 PM by DoctorPadawan »