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Exia Gundam 00 First Grade (FG) Model Kit 1/144 Scale

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The GN-001 Gundam Exia is a fictitious humanoid weapon, the protagonist mobile suit of the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00. Sporting hand manipulators capable of complex motion and the set of armaments known as the "Seven Swords" System, it is best-suited for melee combat. The name Exia is derived from exousia, the biblical Greek for the authorities.

Low-priced yet nicely detailed, this snap-fit First Grade kit of Gundam Exia from "Gundam 00" will be a breeze for experienced modelers and a good learning experience for newcomers to build and practice basic modeling skills before moving up to higher grade levels. Polycaps are included for basic articulation at the neck, shoulders, elbows, knees, and ankles. Runners are molded in white, blue, red, and yellow, with foil stickers for some details. While paint is not required for this model, it will be necessary if you want show-accurate details, and certainly would add a realistic appearance to the final product. (The pictures shown below are of a completed and painted kit.)

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The GN-001 Gundam Exia is a fictitious humanoid weapon, the protagonist mobile suit of the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00. Sporting hand manipulators capable of complex motion and the set of armaments known as the "Seven Swords" System, it is best-suited for melee combat. The name Exia is derived from exousia, the biblical Greek for the authorities.

Low-priced yet nicely detailed, this snap-fit First Grade kit of Gundam Exia from "Gundam 00" will be a breeze for experienced modelers and a good learning experience for newcomers to build and practice basic modeling skills before moving up to higher grade levels. Polycaps are included for basic articulation at the neck, shoulders, elbows, knees, and ankles. Runners are molded in white, blue, red, and yellow, with foil stickers for some details. While paint is not required for this model, it will be necessary if you want show-accurate details, and certainly would add a realistic appearance to the final product. (The pictures shown below are of a completed and painted kit.)