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HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight Unboxing

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

The second major release from the new “Gundam Build Divers” series is the Justice Knight Gundam! It’s exactly what it sounds like: a European knight-themed kit with a lance-like weapon and a large round shield. Parts of its head even resemble elements of a medieval knight’s helmet.

The Box

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

Great action poses show off the Raitei Shot Lancer, the Galatine Long Sword, and the Cirlce Shield. To get these poses, though, you’ll need to buy an Action Base (sold separately).

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

Here we see one way in which you can use the articulated wing to get flight poses. And on the right, Bandai points out that you can customize this kit with the Veetwo Weapons set (and probably other ReRise kits, too).

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

Finally, we’re treated to the backstory of the Gundam, as well as a simple front and back view of the completed kit (with some paint work).

The Runners

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

A: Light brown, white, neon green, grey

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

B1: Grey

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

B2: Grey

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

C1: White

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

C2: White

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

D1: Light grey
D2: Purple

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E: Yellow

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

F1/2: Red

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G1/2: Light grey

1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

…and finally, stickers. You’ll notice this kit has no polycaps — all articulation is handled with the construction of the parts themselves.

Pick one of these bad boys up for yourself today!:
1/144 HDBD:R Gundam Justice Knight

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