Super Robot Taisen: FAIRYLION TYPE-G & GRANZON
Two new Fine Scale Model Kits...
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At the request of crown princess Shine Hausen, the Tesla Leicht Institute set out to build two mecha created for ceremonial purposes. Following the release of the Type-S version is the alternate FAIRYLION TYPE-G mecha. Differentiated by a distinct paint scheme, the Type-G is just as tough and battle-ready as its counterpart with a miniaturized Tesla Drive, missile jamming system, and energy field, as well as a unique MMI (Man-Machine-Interface) system.
Assembly of the Fairylion Type-G Fine Scale Model Kit is easy, with parts cast in different colors and included pictorial instructions. The robot stands 5 inches tall (1/144 scale) and features approximately 20 points of articulation. The Fairylion bristles with weaponry including four Roll Cannons, Tesla Drive, Sonic Cutter and the mighty Assault Blade. You can position the Type-G according to your tastes with the included flying display stand, and with the Fairylion Type-S you can even recreate the Royal Heartbreaker Formation.
Available in April 2010 priced at a SRP of $29.99.
Appearing in many Super Robot Taisen games as both an enemy and playable mecha, the mighty GRANZON always makes a big impression. Designed by Shu Shirakawa of the Divine Crusaders, the powerful robot runs on an antimatter annihilation engine and wields immensely destructive weapon systems. Burly and covered in bladed armor plates, the Granzon and its Black Hole Cluster are often the last things its enemies ever see.
The Granzon is composed of approximately 400 pieces cast in different colors, eliminating the need for painting, and has 30 points of articulation. Standing over 6 1/4 inches tall, the mighty robot is so big it’s scaled down to be balanced against the equally massive Cybaster. The Granzon comes equipped with two swords, and best of all its chest panels swing open to recreate the Black Hole Cluster.
Available in February 2010 priced at a SRP of $59.99.