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Wing Gundam Ver. Ka 1-100 MG by Renegade-V Wing Gundam Ver. Ka 1-100 MG by Renegade-V
XXXG-01W Wing Gundam “Ver. Ka”*

-New Mobile Report Gundam Wing (Mobile Suit Variation Edition)

-1/100 scale, Master Grade

~Length: 3.5-4 hours

(*”Ver Ka” is short for “Version Katoki”, as in Hajime Katok, who designed this particular version of the Wing Gundam. He also did the “Endless Waltz” versions of the five Gundams from “Gundam Wing.” The tv versions were designed originally by long-time, legendary Mecha/Gundam Designer, Kunio Okawara.)


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Model Number: XXXG-01W
Height: 16.3m
Weight: 7.1 tons
Material: Gundanium Alloy
Assignment: COLONIES LIBERATION ORGANIZATION

Pilot: Heero Yuy (Hikaru Modrikawa/Mark Hildreth)

Armaments

--Machine Cannon x 2
--Beam Saber x 1
--Shield x 1
--Buster Rifle x 1
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atem-pharoah Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2011
question, the wing ver. ka has two kinds of boxes, right? the hajime katoki one and the endless waltz one. so moving on, is the buster rifle from either box really unstable?
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Renegade-V Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2011  Student
Well, to answer your first question, yes, there are two different boxes; As far as the differences between the two, from what I've seen I believe the Waltz version just has a display stand.. Basically, it's a model re-release (and a VERY good one!)

AS for the javalen-like Buster Rifle, it's more "length" than it is "mass" so it's not too unstable but holding it strait out with one hand... Yeah, that ain't gonna happen
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VengefulRonin Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
*twitch*

That looks awesome. If I trusted myself enough I'd actually try out some Gundam model kits -__-
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Renegade-V Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009  Student
Many thanks!!

If you've never done one before I'd start out w/ one of the 1/100 scale models from the "Gundam SEED" series. They're very durable and I personally think they're a decent starting point for beginners. Or you could try the 1/144 scale, though the parts are a bit small...
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VengefulRonin Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2009
You're welcome!

Hrmm, I suppose I could hunt one of those down. What about the Acguys? I've seen those guys and they look pretty cool, seem relatively easy too.
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Siroh32 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
I have MSiA, and those figures are usually between 1/144-scaled models and 1/200-scaled HCM-Pro figures, so I wouldn't necessarily say they are just a bit small.

I have the GFF version of this figure, and plan to have this as my first or second 1/100 or MG 1/100 model, given that I like the design.

So I think 1/144 isn't a bad scale, and I imagine they're simpler to build in comparison to MGs and especially PGs.
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Siroh32 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009
"I have the GFF version of this figure[...]"

Figure? I meant model. But GFF (Gundam Fix Figuration) is a figure line I was referring to (the same with MSIA figures; Mobile Suit in Action). And Gunpla (Gundam models) are like figures when properly assembled; you can at least pose them to an extent... *shrug*
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