Federico Makabenta (yenm@iconn.com.ph)
Mon, 5 Jun 2000 12:23:47 +0800


The conversion of the Tallgeese 1 isn't accurate to the series though... I
really want a 1/100 kit that gets the proper proportions. Hmm... maybe for
MG then...

Fed

From: Richie Ramos <gaijin@i-manila.com.ph>

> >> You can create the Tallgeese I, Tallgeese II as well as Tallgeese III
with
> >> the same kit(or so i heard) >>
> >> Yeah, but how?
> >The Endless Waltz 1/100 Tallgeese III model kit comes with parts for you
> >to build it as either Tallgeese I, II or III.
> >This is possible as there is only some slight differences between the
> >three Tallgeese.
> >Jorge
>
> the kit has conversion parts as follows:
>
> It has the original tallgeese head, the Treize variant, and the Endless
> waltz version.
>
> It has the side-shoulder mounted cannon that is used by versions I and II.
> It also has the beam cannon used in Endless waltz.
>
> It has two shields: The round shield used by Versions I and II, but to
get
> the Treize version, one must fill in the outlines of the eagle on the
> shield. It also has a shield/heatwhip combination weapon for the left
arm,
> and this weapons combination is a modified copy of what the Epiyon has.
>
> It has two shoulder plate-pairs: the original one and the Endless Waltz
> version which has an extra curved plate of armor over the basic shoulder
> armor.
>
> Everything else is the same. The kit comes mostly in white, with
> thrustpods and groin wrea...and a few other assorted colors.
>
> I nearly forgot, it also has a two different pairs of vents for the chest.
> minor difference only, but hey, I appreciate the attention to detail.

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