Let’s Talk Gunpla Vol.215

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HELLO! We are back! 

In today’s 215th edition of our Let’s Talk Gunpla segment, we will be taking the time to write about one very recent P-Bandai HGUC Advance of Z kit. From what we can see here, it seems like we are going to be getting something that looks a tad bit more conventional this time ’round.

So, without further ado, let us get into it, shall we? 

HG 1/144 RX-121-3C Gundam TR-1 [Haze’n-thley-Rah II] (HGUC)

Release Date: November 2020
Estimated price: JPY 5,940 (MYR RM 240.77* / USD $ 56.49* / EUR € 47.98*)
*The price is subject to change, depending on the situation

After seeing the Gundarium abomination a week back, we here admit that it was nice to see P-Bandai announcing a new HGUC Advance of Z kit. 

Although we are quite disappointed to see that the kit that they announced this time isn’t the Hazel Owsla and its gigantic arm, however, we honestly didn’t mind getting the Haze’n-thley-Rah II this time around, especially when one looks this good.

Upon closer inspection, it is clear to us that this Haze’n-thley-Rah II is a kit that combines both the old bits taken from both the ORX-05 Gaplant TR-5 and the RX-121-2A Advanced Hazel and as well as alot of new bits to create this one badass HGUC AoZ kit. 

But eventhough it uses many of the same old parts taken from various versions of the existing HGUC AoZ kits, we did notice that P-Bandai did modify some of the old parts to help improve the articulation rate of the said parts. Quite frankly, even though it is nice to see P-Bandai made some of the modifications on the older parts, however, we do wonder how all the changes will affect the HGUC Haze’n-thley-Rah II as a whole. 

Hopefully, all these changes didn’t turn the HGUC Haze’n-thley-Rah II into an unstable mess.

Regardless of that particular fact, the fact remains that this is one HGUC AoZ kit that we are looking forward to getting when it sees release this coming November. 

We as well hoped that eventually, we would be seeing other MS Variant from the Advance of Z series making its way here. 

Seriously, we would love to eventually own the Owsla with the Gigantic arm in Gunpla form.

Anyways, with that concludes today’s our 215th Let’s Talk Gunpla post. Quite frankly, we are quite happy to see P-Bandai announcing a new HGUC AoZ kit, and it was nice to see P-Bandai going out of their way to modernize some of the old parts up for this version. 

That is why we feel like it is going to be interesting for us to see how all of these new bits would work with the old bits for this HGUC AoZ kit.

Regardless, what do you guys think of this HGUC Haze’n-thley-Rah II after reading our thoughts on it and as well after seeing more of this kit? We do look forward to reading and replying to your thoughts on this HGUC Haze’n-thley-Rah II. So don’t be shy to write on your thoughts and feelings in the comment section below. 

Anyways, we will be back again this coming Thursday with more Gunpla related posts for this blog. 

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Anyways, we shall see all of you again soon, and we hope that you all here have an awesome day and week ahead! Oh as well, please do have an excellent time building your awesome gunplas there and until next time!

Ciao!


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