I got this figure for Christmas, and I think it's pretty neat. I'm too lazy to do a leg swap (and too scared of risking ruining two already-decent figures), but I don't feel it necessary. This guy has a sweet upper body, and I've actually learned to like the added missile launchers. I think of him as an Ultra Battle Droid
I got this one for Christmas as well. Very fun figure. Articulated knees would have been cool, but I'm very happy with the arms, articulated mid-section, and overall sculpt. Add-on missile launchers are also a very cool feature.
Sorry for digging up an old thread but i figured i'd post in the thread of which covers the figure i wish to ask about.
I have a bunch and some more than others tend to start bending their own legs under the weight to enable them to fall down (sometimes takes a week before they fall)
In which case i can lean them backwards for the bending to go back to normal, but i was wondering if anyone found a cheap method of adding another support to the back of these, perhaps in the ball joint on the torso to a stand.
I have over 20 and i'd like them to be in a display with other battle droids and it just becomes domino's whenever these guys are around, not that the battle droids from legacy help much with their loose knee joints.
I do use the 2 peg stands which i think fit them very well, I have the problem in about half of them some stand alright without stands perfectly (until somebody falls on them)
Thanks for any suggestions. ^_^
And i really love this line most if not all the characters look so like their animated counterparts which sells me on it, hasbro have never made a really good figure that looks like 'people' lol - before this.