Yet another of those itchiness… This time it the HGFC Nobel Gundam (I know some WILL complain about the name, consider this, Nobell sounds… odd). Enough with the bickering, onto the review.
Seriously, she is SMALL.
The Nobel Gundam is a very unit that focuses on speed and agility for fights, hence the small size.
Nobel Gundam is from the country of Neo Sweden and piloted by one hot-blooded pilot, Allenby Beardsley (do note, the instruction manual is Engrish the name, so yeah).
The hair piece looks large yet very light but it does hinder some movements.
Can do a perfect 90′ and a nearly unobtrusive ankle.
This kit uses ABS material for all the joints.
Not many gunplas can do this pose. Both my Revoltech Fraulein Haruhi and Yoko can do this, tho.
Now my OO has a serious contender.
As you can see, she’s very balanced even with that seeming large hair piece.
Sadly, there are some “minor” quibbles, like some joints tends to pop out from their sockets.
The unobtrusiveness comes with a price. There’s nothing much holding the ankle’s ball joint…
The parts in dark gray are ABS material…
Since she’s very small, she needs a special adapter piece in order to put onto normal stands.
The next few shots, I’m going mad about one-legged pose.
Couldn’t resist that. =D
Two open palms is an invitation in doing this pose.
One of the basic move of a mobile fighter.
G Gundam’s first opening theme song.
Dropping from a high altitude in surprising the opponent.
Her main tool is the beam-based ribbon. It has two forms: long and short.
The long form usually used in snaring the opponent.
It brings out the sadism in anyone. 😄
The short form of the ribbon can be used as a beam saber.
Only thing is, I forgot to put a piece of paper as the spell card. Orz
The Jegan is at 19m whereas the Nobel is 16.2m. Agility versus raw power.
A little shorter than Marisa.
She’s on a rampage?
Something like a precision tool versus a power tool.
Yeah, nothing like a practice round to sharpen one’s skill up.