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BORDER BREAK HEAVY GUARD TYPE-II FINE SCALE MODEL KIT

BORDER BREAK HEAVY GUARD TYPE-II FINE SCALE MODEL KIT

A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Border Break: Sega Network Robot Wars is revolutionizing the world of giant robot fighting with its incredible action and Sega's new RingEdge arcade board. Kotobukiya is the first to bring the amazing fighting mecha of this new game to life with a brand new series of Fine Scale Model Kits from this high-speed team battle arcade game. The second fighting robot (after the nimble Cougar Type-I) is the long-range destroyer HEAVY GUARD TYPE-II.

Trading speed for heavy armor and weapons, the Heavy Guard Blast Runner robot is covered in massive armor plates that will stop most conventional attacks. When it’s time to do some attacking of its own, the Heavy Guard lets loose with an arsenal of included massive weapons including the “Zaward” Rocket Launcher, Weasel Multi-Purpose Machine Gun, Titan Blast Guard, and ECM Grenade. When not in use the weaponry can be mounted on the robot’s back for storage just like in the game, and by swapping out parts you can shrink or extend the exhaust nozzles on the hip boosters!

Each robot in the Border Break series is built on the universal core “Cross Frame” outfitted with additional armor, weapons, and accessories. The robots are fully articulated and poseable, and you can combine and interchange parts from different units to create your own original Blast Runner! Standing approximately 6 inches tall, the Heavy Guard has an outstanding 30 points of articulation.

srp $34.99
Available in APRIL

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Posted 25 March, 2010 - 21:33 by Atom

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2 comments posted
Now we know what would

Now we know what would happen if a Zaku and a Scopedog made love.

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Posted by The Enthusiast on 25 March, 2010 - 21:41
Sweet, sweet love. The

Sweet, sweet love. The result is beautiful.

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Posted by Prometheum5 on 25 March, 2010 - 21:56