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Bandai - Robot Damashii - Arche Gundam

I only collect the Gundam 00 series in Robot Damashii form. Robot Damashii did a good job in implementation all the mobile suit in Gundam 00. As a toy, Robot Damshii is not tough enough for kids. The old MIA series is a better choice if you want you kids to have fun with a mobile suit without breaking it up.

Anyway, here is a very wild Arche Gundam. It almost does not look like a gundam. But if you watch the show, you will find this Robot Damashii to be very true to the 2D original in the show. GNW-20000 Arche Gundam (aka Arche Gundam, Arche) is a mobile suit that appears in the second season of Mobile Suit Gundam 00. It is an advanced variant of the GNW-002 Gundam Throne Zwei, integrated with elements of the Gundam Throne Eins Turbulenz, and is piloted by Ali Al-Saachez.

The Arche Gundam is one of the tallest and widest Gundams ever built, standing head-and-shoulders over the majority of other Gundams. Arche Gundam was tuned specifically to Ali Al-Saachez's preference for close quarter combat, its only ranged weapons designed for support. Its tall, lanky appearance belies its enormous agility and combat capabilities in melee combat.

Here is the size of the box.

I actually get this from eBay. I try to get it in Asia, cannot find it in Japan and the ones I found in Hong Kong is twice the price as the original...

Yes, It has a big sword!

The one I got is an asia (Hong Kong) version. Everything is the same except you have an additional piece of page like this.

The fun in the box.

The powerful gundam that does not really look like a gundam.

The top part can be separated.

The GN drive.

The sword actually opens up.

The side opens up, so the "funnels" can fly out. I forget what they name them in the show ...

It is wild looking, very fit for a bad guy gundam.

You are too big, so go with the Kamen Riders for now ...





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