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Most Poseable G1 Figure?


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I was fiddling with my Classics Mirage the other day and realized how awesomely poseable he is... especially compared to his G1 predecssor who was basically a plastic brick.

 

So out of all G1 toys, who had the best poseability? guess itll come down to most joints... my G1 collection wasnt very large, but out of the ones I had, Shockwave had the most flexibility I think. i think a few of my targetmasters had pretty good joints, too...

 

but hey for those who have substantial G1 collections, let me know ur picks...

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never owned one but slugslinger is supposed to have good articulation.

 

defensor had the abillity to be good as well due to a not overly oppressive ches piece.

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Had to be Jetfire... of course he was also one of the most easily breakable. I'd give Wreck-gar a close second, and maybe Cyclonus or Shockwave third. IMO.

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Since nobody will ever remember figures from after 1986 (nice noting of Slugslinger, Modesty), I would like to remind that Misfire has decent posability, and Hun-Grrr has some of the best legs on a G1 figure, with decent arms and a head. PLUS he has to be the torso of a combiner. Not bad.

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Since nobody will ever remember figures from after 1986 (nice noting of Slugslinger, Modesty), I would like to remind that Misfire has decent posability

 

I totally forgot about him, which is silly because he was one of my absolute favorite post-86 TF toys. He could actually like move his legs and stuff.

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For those wanting specifics: Hung-Grrr's got a neck, ratchet shoulders, hinge elbows, full hip movement, knee movement in hing and ratchet sideways, and feet.

 

This translates to his dragon mode as each leg having full movement, and his back legs having knees in either direction. Also, his dragon heads have full motion at the base of the neck, and three joints at the middle (the knees of the robot), plus the "chin" (Robot feet)

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