Frame Arms: NSG-X2 Hresvelgr=Ater
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A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Next up in Kotobukiya’s Frame Arms original series of robot model kits is a fast aerial unit, the all new NSG-X2 HRESVELGR=ATER! Inspired by the giant Hresvelgr of Norse Mythology, the robot has thin limbs, over-sized thighs, shoulder-mounted thrusters, and special aerodynamic parts. Beneath the outer armor is a basic robot skeleton, or “Frame,” which is highly articulated and covered in universal 3mm attachment points (compatible with Koto’s Modeling Support Goods series and much more) for extreme customization. The Hresvelgr=Ater blends into the sky with white and blue pre-colored parts with gray and yellow accents though you’re free to customize it in any way that you like. The robot is equipped with the new XFA-01 Werewolf Spector hands (capable of holding large weapons) as well as the Beryl Smasher. It can also switch between humanoid and flying modes; for the latter use the included attachment pieces and base. The Hresvelgr=Ater stands nearly 6 inches tall and is comprised of approximately 150 parts with 36 points of articulation.