[PREORDER] MODEROID Daioja
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Cross Triangle! From the anime series "ROBOT KING DAIOJA" comes a MODEROID plastic model of Daioja! The combination of Ace Redder, Aoider and Cobalter can be easily recreated in figure form with the use of interchangeable parts! The crest of the Tokugar family of the Edon nation that appears on the chest of the mecha when in combined form can also be captured in plastic model form with a special transformation feature. The model stands at 180mm in height to the top of the head in combined form. Various interchangeable hand parts are included.
Each of the three individual mecha can be independently posed and also come with their own weapons. The mecha can be combined directly in Cross Triangle form, or it can be created with a look closer to its appearance in the anime series with the use of special parts. The Thunderbolt Sword, Daioja Javelin and Daioja Shield are included, and special chest parts to use when displaying the mecha with the shield are included as well. The grip of the Thunderbolt Sword can be attached to the Daioja Shield, allowing you to recreate the sequence in which the Thunderbolt Sword appears.
The various parts of the mecha have been separated into different colored runners and pre-painted parts, making it easy to recreate the mecha from the series with a simple assembly.
Specifications: Ready-to-assemble plastic model kit. Non-scale. Approx. 180mm in height (to top of head).
Brand: Good Smile Company
Series: ROBOT KING DAIOJA
*Release date may not be accurate due to pandemic related delays.