- MG 1/100 RX-0 Full Armor Unicorn Gundam Ver.Ka
MG 1/100 RX-0 Full Armor Unicorn Gundam Ver.Ka
- Largest Ver Ka Injection Plastic Model Kit to date
- Molded in separate colors, no paint required
- Easy to snap together, no glue required
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This FA puts the FA Gundam to shame even if the unicorn doesn't have armor. Doesn't need it with that psycho frame! Anyway, it is a great build, same build style as the Ver. Ka. Unicorn so there are some limitions compared to the OVA version and newer MGEX Ver. Ka. Don't let others or it's sheer weight/size stop you from putting it on an action base. It is displayable on one in action. Just gotta really work it!
I have both this Ver Ka Full Armor Kit, and the OVA Color MG, and both leave me with sore fingers. Banshee's kits for some reason have been able to transform much easier, but the Unicorn mold is just very tight in the wrong places. The included stands are a big help for display of this units full arsenals, however, its just very loose when it comes to the frame. It tends to lean a bit and it is a bit hard to use a Action Base sometimes, but, once you have it in the sweet spot, dyanimc posing is cool! The biggest pro about this kit, is the triple shield in my opinion! I wanted to wait for the MGEX that would be able to replace both, however, the LED controlling bases are what made me think having this kit would be better for battle scenes than just one kit that I would have to constantly reposition!
The zeta 2.0 was more mechanically intensive, this one can totally be built a newcomer to gunpla, I would recommend as first kit but if you want a shelf pleaser or love the unicorn it's a decent kit, but if you are a perfectionist, get ready for a 16 hour decal session.
My experience with this kit was fun! It was a lengthy process to build, due to the detailed design of the kit (hello Ver. Ka), but the kit itself lasted me for what I felt was enough time to get my money's full worth out of. It at first was overwhelming with just how many runners that came apart of the kit, but once I got into the groove of building then I quickly began to run out of things to put together; there were something along the lines of 26 runners if I remember correctly? WOOF... Though the plastic runners felt like butter under my God Hands 5.0 nippers (of which is always a satisfying experience that I've grown accustomed to with Ver. Ka kits). I highly recommend this kit for anyone looking for a green version/ Full Armor Destroy Mode of the UNICORN RX-0 mobile suit to add to their collection/ display - out of the many UNICORN kits that I have built of varying grades - as it is a solid, well-designed and finely-detailed gunpla kit at the end of the day for a decent price ( that being compared to the PG RX-0 Final Battle Version at 1/60 kit's price :0 oh my...) that will honestly take you longer to build than a typical kit (unless you're an absolute beast). I absolutely adore the RX-0 mobile suit and have multiple built kits on display in my home of the RX-0, but this specific kit has been one of my favorites to build! 8.5/10 instead of 9.5 because it IS a hand grenade rofl, but it pairs nicely with the 1/100 Unicorn action base (which is fully customizable with the included stickers) or decently enough with the Bandai sparkle green 1/144 base 2 (if you're tight on space).