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- Sep 8, 2006
It's only been a few weeks since it was announced, but we have a ton of new images, plus details for the upcoming Figure-Rise Standard Amplified model kit of Imperialdramon Paladin Mode from Digimon Adventure 02: Diablomon Stikes Back.
From the movie Digimon Adventure 02: Diablomon Strikes Back, it carries the Omega Blade! Imperialdramon Paladin Mode is now sold in Figure-rise Standard Amplified.
The two key features they talk about are the major additions from the prior Imperialdramon kit, the wings and sword.
The wings are newly modeled for this kit. They have an unusually large wingspan using a two-stage folding structure.
Each wing can open up to about 7.5 inches.
Newly included is the Omega Blade. A newly sculpted version of the altered form of Omegamon. PET stickers are used on the blade and jewel stickers are used for the central jewel. The blue line is reproduced by dividing the parts.
They also discuss the various colors used- The black parts of the chin, abdomen, and thighs are pieces, while the white and gold coloring is reproduced with molded color and stickers.
The newly designed packaging is still at an early stage and isn't ready to be shown yet.
Notably, no specific mention seems to be made if this one can still transform like the prior kit, one way or the other.
Figure-Rise Standard Amplified Imperialdramon Paladin Mode will be available to pre-order at Premium Bandai a bit under 4.5 hours from the time of this post. The kit costs 6,050 yen and will ship in January.
They note that only a specific number will be made, and pre-orders will close when/if that number is hit. In addition the kit may be sold outside of Japan.
Really nice looking kit. Exactly what you would hope for a recolor (with some new elements) from the prior kit to be made into Paladin Mode.
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