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Yeah, but the plus is that it'll act as a think-tank to work out bugs or solve issues. One WIP on its own would reveal a lot of them, if they're common, but having multiple Kaladraxes in one place means if SamuraiJack finds one issue, and then I find a different issue, and somebody else finds another anomaly, then it covers the gamut.

 

I don't expect Kally to have too many issues, but he's fresh to the mass market and you never know what might come up.

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Is the scenic base one solid chunk of bonesium or is it hollow? I am planning on using one of the LED kits from Powered Play Gaming's recent Kickstarter and would like to know whether I need to plan on hollowing it out for the controller board and battery. Thanks!

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I don't think you can reverse the rear legs - the hips can be swapped, but then the feet point the wrong way. It's a bit of an odd position, but he has two feet tabbed into the base and his belly rests on the base too. I don't think he'll go anywhere once glued.

 

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