The Armory version is VC162A and comes with three extra weapons and a different cardback image.What's the deal with the armoury version of the figure? It it the same VC#? I see both versions of them on Amazon.ca for the same price (VC retails for $17.99 in Canada).
Yay Amazon! Did you order just the one? And, how was it packaged other than in a box? Air pillows?Arrived in box on a perfectly flat card for those that care about such things.
Boo Hasbro!Edit: so after opening this figure up it was quickly evident that all the extra armory is absolutely worthless because NONE of them can be held by the figure. None of them. The hand mold on this figure is actually worse than the regular VC162.
It’s because you can count on one hand how many craps they really give about the 3.75” line. The problem is that we are a vocal collecting group, and they have to pacify us until they convert us all to 6” .It's funny, seeing these under the lights it appears as if they went with two subtly different red paints for the apps on the blasters and also the gloves. It definitely doesn't quite match the red in the figure. I know someone also pointed out that the Sith Jet Trooper is a bit different in his red shade than the regular Sith Trooper. It's completely negligible as they are both awesome figures, but I feel like you wouldn't see this on the Black Series figure, so I'm curious as to why Hasbro QC is missing this detail on the smaller figure.
It does sometimes seem that way - that being said - the red shading oversights aren't enough to ruin an otherwise really nice figure.It’s because you can count on one hand how many craps they really give about the 3.75” line. The problem is that we are a vocal collecting group, and they have to pacify us until they convert us all to 6” .
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