- It is an excellent mass-production machine which became the prototype of Ray blade / impulse, although the majority of the same frame structure and equipments are common, this is an aircraft excellent in versatility.
- At Earth Klein · Biomechanics, we initially planned to develop and manufacture two models of Boltrex and Road Impulse, but in the confusion following the handover of MSG by SANAT, we lost the arsenal who commissioned Boltrex manufacture, liberty · The main battle Hexagia procurement plan accompanying the formation of the alliance was to be confirmed with one type of road impulse.
- Since one of the models assuming operation of two models was missing, the specification of the Aircraft entered a slight review, a large magazine of chain guns and automatic grenade launchers, a trick blade to be described later, etc. were added, but still a lack of thermal power that can be carried There are many examples of adding heavy weapons for infantry and large firearms of old style by field judgment. However, excessive heavy armament damages the feature as the third generation hexagia, and there is a notice to refrain from trouble due to trouble in operation of the unit.
- A movable thruster equipped on the left and right side faces of the fuselage is used for instantaneous attitude control during jumping, not acceleration at the time of traveling. On the aft part of the aircraft has a long, multi-articulated working limb called "Trick Blade". This equipment with movable claw capable of grasping the object at the tip is supposed to fight fight as the fifth limb and directly attack and drag down the governor who boards the enemy aircraft by mistake during high speed mobile battle. Furthermore, we grasp firearms and blade type striking machines freely and use it. Constructed of solid mechanical parts, this equipment combines toughness and suppleness by being controlled by Zoatex, and it is more versatile than Boltrex's tail blade. This armament has been forced to increase the size of the aircraft and the mobility of the aircraft due to the increase in the total weight, so it is forced to adopt it as standard armament in the derivative machine [Rayblade · Impulse].
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I've been a gunpla fan for 30 years, but now am shifting my attention to Kotobukiya's Hexa Gear series. Lord Impulse is another great kit, and I enjoyed the experience on USA Gundam Store, to find this hard-to-get item and buy it painlessly.
I'm a long time Zoids builder, so this was one of my first ventures outside of them. I figured, hey, this thing looks pretty Zoid-ish, so I may as well pick one up! Kotobukiya's HMM Zoids line is one I've been familiar with for years, so I wasn't surprised when building this to find a similar kind of build style with their own twist. It actually had a lot more pieces than I was expecting, and while the build overall only took a day (raw and unsanded), it was still a good experience. I think Lord Impulse is a unique kit, with a very interesting frame. It's actually great at posing, and I was pleasantly surprised by how many unique dynamic poses it can hold. Areas to look out for: The tail is a *******, I'll say that right now. I've not had to build anything so tedious, and the pieces are extremely small, so definitely be careful to keep them separated and somewhere they won't get lost. This is also the one area i would recommend glue, as it's a bit fragile when posing. Over all though, I can overlook the three different sets of nine tiny pieces for the tail, as the kit as a whole it very unique and I'm very happy with it. I'll definitely be looking into some of the other more monstrous Hexa Gear kits.