Thursday, May 1, 2014

HGUC 1/144 NZ-666 Kshatriya Repaired - New Images [Updated 5/1/14]

HGUC 1/144 NZ-666 Kshatriya Repaired (Release Date: May 2014, Price: 7,000 Yen)
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38 comments:

  1. How the hell is this so much more expensive than the HGUC Kshatriya? It loses two binders for the cylinders, and has an extra axe.. does that warrant it being nearly 70 bucks?

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    1. Backpack is massive

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    2. The backpack has more mass than the Kshatriya itself....

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    3. HG Kshatriya at release was more expensive than this.

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    4. @The Terror of the Stars
      HG Kshatriya was NOT more expensive.

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    5. look, the entire thing is still in resin cast, which means the parts that was supposedly the same with the original is designed differently.

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  2. 6800 yen!!!!!!? This costs more than a normal size MG...

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    1. Sorry, it's 6500 yen, with the recent japanese VAT rose to 8% (previously 5%) it becomes 7020 yen, as written on the mag. Still a very hefty price tag for me

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  3. I prefer the Krake Zulu.

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  4. I prefer the Krake Zulu

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  5. You need this kit for the upcoming HGUC Full Armor Unicorn Gundam NT-D mode bec of the Beam Javelin

    I hope we can still recreate the original Ksha for this kit (not removing the unwanted parts). and that big backpack isn't just for show (or a dead weight for the kit since Ksha has only one repaired leg)

    Good marketing gimmick, BanDai. but make sure FA UC NT-D's frame is green :P

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  6. probably going to come with the parts to build the normal Kshatriya, on top of the extra repair parts to warrant this price.

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  7. I keep hoping that there will be a MG Kshatriya. I doubt that it will ever happen because of size, but at the same time, we've gotten The O and Perfect Zeong..so..

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  8. Realistically speaking, if a HG Kshatriya cost this much, how much would Bandai's 1/00 MG Kshatriya cost if they ever made one?

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  9. So bought! I don't care how much this guy would costs... wait, how did you guys know the price? The scan says TBA.
    Frankly, I don't mind the scale. You people may hope for a MG, but as far as I'm concern, Kshatriya is huge enough as a HG and is more than enough for me.

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  10. there's an mg 1/00 MG Kshatriya but it's not made by bandai

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  11. The price is 7,000 Yen?! That's $69.41 US.
    No thanks. I would much rather get MG or RG or probably get a MG of the Banshee, regular Unicorn, or Phenex and their variations. Why don't we have anything about Banshee Norn MG or Unicorn Full Armor OVA ver MG announced yet?

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  12. Waiting for the MG. Don't think it will happen? Binder problems? Trust me, it'll happen. And there's a hundred ways they could stabilize the weight.

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  13. MAYBE they are releasing the kit as the original Kshatriya PLUS the parts to make Kshatriya Repaired.

    PROBABLY NOT THO.

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  14. Says 7020yen in the pics. That is one stupid price tag.
    I could just use that money to buy myself a ton of porn mags.

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    1. People still buy those? Isn't that what the internet is for?

      OT: The only thing I really hope for here is that the backpack has some decent mobility, not just a hunk of plastic strapped to it. Might be difficult, considering the weight, but hey, the price tag is there.

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  15. Looks to me like at least one of those binders can swivel open kinda like the B-Club kit. Each of the original HGUC Kshatriya's binder shells are molded in a single piece. Here, on the Repaired, we can clearly see a seam line separating the funnel housing lump from the body of the binder.

    I'm suddenly more interested.

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    1. A high grade kit is a high grade kit is a high grade kit. Big chunks of plastic with no inner frame. I have the original 1/144 Kshaty, the MG rezel a+b unit is larger than her, contains far more plastic, has an inner frame, is much more detailed, AND is cheaper. I feel that with the shatty you're definitely NOT getting your money's worth, at least compared to other kits.

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    2. Right. I'm just pointing out the fact that it looks like this guy's binders may have a swiveling gimmick that the original didn't have. At the very least, it looks like the large plastic shell may be molded in two separate parts, which would be weird without any added functionality.

      I have the original HGUC Kshatriya and I spent waaayy too much money on it.

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    3. Maybe you didn't mean to respond to my comment?

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  16. The giant external propellant tanks are the same ones used by Krake Zulu. I bet bandai is going to release a HGUC Krake Zulu kit seeing they can put together the parts from Angelo's HG Geara Zulu, HG Rozen Zulu, and this one, plus some new parts.

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  17. Oh so now they release that feature on the binders at this point. Bandai probably thinks people will buy two of these to make a complete Kshatriya with opening binders...

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  18. Still hate the new design overall. IMHO, the rear boosters are ridiculously too big and bulky (unless it made the unit faster than before, which I doubt), I would have preferred them attached as legs. The Rozen zulu's missing arm would have been better option than this "axe arm" (then have her wield the Beam Javelin now that it has two arms), and missile-rack/cannon/different weapons would have been better replacements for the missing 2 binders. I almost feel sorry that Marida had to pilot this for her final battle...

    And yes, I agree this might be a good buy if the kit also included the parts to make the original Kshatriya..

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    1. Maybe you will have junk parts.

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    2. And with that price, it may come with parts to make the original Kshatriya. I doubt it, but it might.

      I'm getting tired of people talking shit about this kit. If you don't like it, don't buy it. If you like the original infinitely more, then buy the original. But complaining about it isn't going to make it better.

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    3. STFU fool!!! Let the man speak his mind!

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  19. Wait are those funnel missiles?!?!

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    1. Yes, Fukui had promised a shout-out to Hathaway's Flash. This is it

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  20. I didn't see that coming, Kshatriya repair will be using Funnel Missiles instead of normal funnels. That's a good reference for Xi/Penelope Gundam. Can't wait to see that suit(Kshatriya Repair) on Ep 7.

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  21. Harold StephensonApril 22, 2014 at 4:48 AM

    The Hyper Beam Javelin has red psychoframe built into it?
    Hm. Isn't this the same weapon that Full Armor Unicorn uses? Maybe later we will see a red color psychoframe variant of the Full Armor Unicorn in HG and MG?

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  22. I just realized that you could use the boosters for a Solomon Express kitbash.

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