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- HMM 027 Geno Saurer Raven Ver.

Release Date: August 19th, 2011  Retail Price: 8,200 yen  Product Length: Roughly 350 mm


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- Introduction

 The rival of the ZOIDS anime character's main character, the Raven Spec., the Most Terrifying Dinosaur, is back!! The molding color of the frame, which was purple in the regular version of the Geno Saurer, has been changed to Red to produce a more vicious image.

 New parts are used for the base of the neck and tail, so the mold has also been modified, and a more natural Charged Particle Gun Firing pose can be taken compared to the previous Geno Saurer. In addition, new parts that can reproduce the claw arm have been added, allowing you to enjoy a wide variety of actions compared to the regular version. In addition, two pre-painted figures of the same scale for Raven (both pilot and standing figure) and a pre-painted figure of the black organoid Shadow have been included.

 Special decals are also included, and since it is a multi-color kit specification, it'll look like the anime setting even if it's not painted. The package is drawn by Mercy Rabbit! You can enjoy the powerful illustrations drawn by him.

- Technical Data

Stats:
  Length: 23.0 m
  Height: 11.7 m
  Weight: 112.8 tons
  Maximum Speed: 260 km/h

[Weapons]
  Anchor Claws  (Hands)
  Focused Charged Particle Cannon  (Mouth)
  Hyper Killer Claws  (Hands)
  Hyper Killer Fangs  (Mouth)
  Hyper Strike Claws  (Feet)
  Long-Range Pulse Laser Rifles  (Back)
  Sub Vulcan Type-S  (Long nose barrel)
  Sword Breakers  (Thumbs)

[Equipment]
  Anchors  (Heels)
  Composite Laser Sensors  (Eyes)
  Magnesser Systems  (Leg vents on sides)
  Open-and-Shut Cooling Units  (Tail Vents)

[Features]
  Cockpit  (Chest)
  Weapon Hardpoints  (Back)
  Zoid Core  (Chest, internal)

- Release Notes

  - Rereleased in October 2015


- Disclaimer

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