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Second re-post from old-StudioTim, this time Strike Freedom!

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Initial Thoughts:

Strike Freedom comes with the ability to attach clear parts to its wings, giving it the effect of launching its DRAGOON system. In the series, the Gundam is designed to be equipped for any situation, whether it be close-combat or long ranged battles. The model allows you to detach all eight DRAGOONs, which can be moved around any way you like. The colour scheme again is fitting and stays true to the anime series, with the blue, white, and now golden parts.

Pictures and Analysis

Strike Freedom was designed to be the ultimate Gundam in the SEED/Destiny series. It literally has everything; two beam sabers which can be combined into one, two Railguns mounted on its hips, eight DRAGOON launchers, and two beam rifles which can be combined into one super long-range rifle. Apparently it also has the ability to enter “Hyper-Burst” mode. After launching all eight of its DRAGOONS, the wings are able to release a large amount of energy which allows it to travel at extremely high speeds.

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The “gold” pieces are of course not actually made of gold, and can be seen on the Gundam’s joints and some points of articulation. The legs and arms are easy to pose, and the wings are very customizable and give it a nice effect. With the clear launch parts to symbolize the DRAGOONS in effect, the gundam can extend its overall width and height by almost twice its length. The rifles can be placed on its hips and the Railguns can be moved to the rear, allowing him to equip beam sabers in both hands. Unfortunately the beam rifles don’t have any other colours on it except grey, which in the anime series they are coloured very similar to his armour.

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The lightning is not the best in these photos due to me using a smaller lamp and different-coloured bulb. I tried to highlight some of its features by emphasizing its “flight” mode, where I posed it on a Base Action stand. Overall this is a great-looking Gundam, but not as flexible as Gundam Avalanche Exia. This could be because SEED/Destiny Gundams were released and manufactured before the Gundam 00 series, meaning the manufacturing company may not have added the “joint” parts seen in a lot of their newer Gundams. I hope you liked this very brief review and enjoy the last couple of pictures.

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