Actually it's non-film media that I am against. And very soon to possibly become non-OT film media.I'm surprised there's people balking at purchasing this just because of their bias against the Rebels cartoon.
Having taken another look, I think you're right about the leg articulation. Probably better to stick with hips and ankles, like the little AT-RT from Clone Wars.I wish the legs were better articulated, but with all the issues Hasbro has had with that 2008 AT-ST mold, it's probably best if they leave off the articulation.
One can be selective and buy what you like without needing artificial rules that only allow for the purchasing of certain things.Actually it's non-film media that I am against. And very soon to possibly become non-OT film media.
Out of interest, do you conversely have no parameters whatsoever and therefore buy absolutely everything released?
$24.99, from GH:$20 price point?
Though I think that along with the price increase comes a return to a larger size; I've seen a few pics of the SL figures in the same frame as the ships, especially the Inquisitor's TIE Advanced, and they don't seem to be scaled down like the Class II vehicles of the past year or so are.STAR WARS® REBELS 3.75-Inch Vehicles
(Ages: 4 & up/ Approximate retail price: $24.99/ Available: Fall 2014)
Build your galactic fleet with iconic STAR WARS vehicles as well as all-new ships from the new animated series STAR WARS REBELS like the PHANTOM and the INQUISITOR’S TIE ADVANCED PROTOTYPE. These 3.75-inch scale, exceptionally detailed vehicles are compatible with 3.75-inch STAR WARS REBELS action figures (sold separately). Each sold separately.