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Gunpla TV – Jeanne Stella Innocent from Phantasy Star Online

Dave takes a look at Jeanne from “Phantasy Star Online 2es” and checks out her articulation, accessories, and awesome double-bladed sword, the Fossil Trix! We’re sure you will love the look of this kit even if you haven’t played the game, so come join us for a closer look.

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Phantasy Star Online: Jeanne (Stella Innocent Ver.)

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Level 75 Marketing Mage. Editor, admin, and occasional code monkey. Stand User in her free time. Though she does build kits when time allows, time doesn't allow often. Her favorite lines are Hasegawa's Mechatro WeGo line, Meng's World War Toons Pinky line, and weird miscellany like Platz's bonsai tree kits. In general, if it's a detailed miniature that's too small to be useful for anything other than taking up space, she'll probably love it.

12 Comments

  1. thats a thicc model kit

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  2. Haha, at least she looks great! I’d probably just stick her in one pose and leave her alone! Great looking figure, so tempted to get one now!! XD

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  3. I’ve always liked the weapon designs in the Phantasy Star Online franchise. They look quite unique to me, and this one is no different.

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  4. the gender bender of the freedom gundam XD

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  5. Parts falling off is par for the course with such kits, and not just with Kotobukiya. You can always cement all the non-moving parts. I’d thought t bow might be based off of ASRA Archer’s, but it’s completely different. Wonder if it, like her bust, is bigger.

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  6. I wonder what I’ll build next.

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  7. I mean, I like the weapon…
    But, maybe Japanese designers need to… I dunno… “Take care of themselves” before they design women…?

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  8. huge weapons

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  9. Forgot to mention is compatible with the Asra line from Megami Device.

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  10. she is adorable!

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  11. I played a little of PSO on Dreamcast. If I had the internet then I may still be playing up to today.

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  12. Really appreciate the wing desings as well as the star shape on the cape, it would look great on display next to Gundam Seed kits.

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