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  1. The source kit came out in 2004, so how many people are gonna moan about this like they did the Tristan?

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    1. This falls under the perfect p-bandai material so I doubt anyone will make a big fuss out of it much

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    2. Except this is a simple recolour, while the Tristan was a new kit.
      Not to mention that the Alex was already out of date at the time of release and the new parts themselves weren't exactly up to current standards either. Some were even worse than the Alex's originally was (like the front skirts). Even the beam rifle was worse than the original Nu's mold.

      People had every reason to "moan" about the Tristan. It was a "new" kit released 2017, that would've already been bad if it released right after the Alex 14 years earlier.

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    3. It's p-bandai. Who gives a flying *Beep* about them reusing an old mold for a p bandai? No one would complain about Tristan if it was just P bandai which should of stayed a P bandai like the rest of it's series.

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  2. Anyone know if this is completely new or based on a old HG Gelgoog?

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    1. recolored 2004 gelgoog jaeger with new decal, no new parts

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  3. ...They're reusing the 2004 Gelgoog Jager mold, aren't they?

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  4. Would be cool if they released the MG too since I really liked the Jager design.

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  5. on those beam sabers, you'll realize that those are the legendary "toothpick sabers".

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  6. Why can't they give us a MG Gelgoog J using the 2.0 frame?

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  7. The poses clearly shows that this is the 2004 kit

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