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ToyGeek code: TW-MUDDY
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5 out of 5 stars overall
April 23, 2016
This was a gift from my wife for my birthday after I had already purchased Corelock! So,I already had some inclination as what to expect in the details and clever transformation engineering behind these guys. Muddy here is my favorite out of all 5. For some reason he just stands out to me for all the right reasons and I can't get enough of him as a individual figure. Combiner mode is a tad confusing at first because Toyworld did not include how to prep it for this mode in their instructions. Same went for Roar. I love the details on these guys and the overall quality of the plastic and pegs are really good.
One minor gripe I didn't notice until I had 4 out of the 5 for combiner mode is that the legs on Corlock are sort of not quite sturdy enough even with the slide and peg locking piece (which on the left leg of my figure was slightly deformed and I had to dremel out the hole a tad more for it to fit). Otherwise I really love these guys and they are huge in combiner mode.
October 14, 2015
Muddy is the second in the dino combiner line from ToyWorld and will be talked about in its three states: Dino, Robot, Combiner
Dino: Pretty simple and sleek model. Its articulation is mostly in the legs but the head does give you a good range of motion and the jaw opens.
Robot: This is where Muddy shines for me. It's fun and easy to transform. But his legs swivel into other parts of his body making him seem bigger than he is. This is great for this piece as it gives the illusion of bulk without adding it on needlessly. His accessories are rather disappointing sadly. The sword is too small and has this odd hinge in it to make it seem like it could hide on his person. The gun is also rather generic.
Combiner: There are no instructions on how to transform him into this stage but you just swing the tail and neck down and you will see the pecks. The limbs are kind of awkwardly there and you just ball him up.
Overall, I am pleased with the model. Instructions could use some work and better accessories would have been rather nice, but putting those aside, I proudly display this model.
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