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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Toy Review: S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Wizard Water Style

Harnessing the power of water, the S.H. Figuarts Kamen Rider Wizard Water Style’s over all motif is blue while still maintaining the frame of Flame Style. Changes from Flame style are on his chest exhibiting diamond-shaped translucent blue gems. This is also true on his head. 

The ring holder shares the same awesome features with the recognizable Style Rings, however the Water ring is absent on this mold. The set is inclusive of 10 hands with an equal number for each side of the arm. The difference lies on the right hands that have the Water Ring on the index finger. Water Style is already inclusive of a different type of robe piece and ring holder for those dynamic moving action positions. 

Adding to the set is another Wizard Driver to evoke magic positioned on the opposite direction. Similarly included are two armaments: the WizardSwordGun in two modes, gun and sword. Folding hand gimmicks are still there for special Wizard finishers. A blue stylized Tamashii Stage with a printed Water symbol is present with its form name in medieval font is positioned at the lower right hand side. 

If you saw nuances from Flame Style, these are definitely present in Water Style. Except for the Wizard Driver that seems a bit tighter than Flame Style. So what is the consolation for the Tamashii Web Exclusive? Well, this provides even more accessories than other S.H. Figuarts exclusives to date. Water Style is more elegant looking than of the first form, in my opinion. Swapping parts are more cooperative, which I think is somewhat weird since both figures were built the same way.




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