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NEW PRODUCT: FCTOYS New: 1/6 Los Cypress - Alloy Edition Movable (FC001)

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Stryker2011

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Product List:
[size=14.0000pt]1Head carvings *1
[size=14.0000pt]2. body ( body ) *1
3. shoulder armour *2
4. Upper leg armor*2
5. Leg guard *2
6. Shoes (shoes) * 2
7. Hand type *4
8. Inner liner lock nail head cover*1
9. Lining chain armor (Inner liner) *1
10. Pants (trousers)*1
11. Long sword *1
12. Anterior chest armor*1
13. Posterior chest armor*1
14. Helmet*1
15. Neck prtotection*1
16. shield (shield) * 1
17. Cloak ( Cloak )















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I love the armor in this set.


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The whole point of this kind of armour is that they didn't have to carry a shield.


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the headsculpt is killing it for me, I wasn't expecting that lol, otherwise it's a very cool armor set, I like the weathering effort on both metal and clothes, it brings a realism tha I didn't find in other most armored knights that are produced.

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I like this armor set. I even like the headsculpt, well from little I see of it, although it doesn't really belong with this set in my opinion...

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I dig this very much, however, that gruesome Head Sculpt does seem to be somewhat unsuitable...


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The head sculpt is the only part that is not really my cup of tea, but I don't see it as a big problem -- it appears that the helmet is a separate piece, so one could swap the heads easily enough if it comes to that. While the figure is intended as a fantasy knight, with a different head (or the face not showing), it could work (for the most part) as a reasonably realistic very late Medieval/Renaissance knight (though I haven't really checked the details).


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