I can see your point JonWes. With all the lies they have given us, it's hard to accept that nothing can be dnoe. You Know. I just wish they would have done it right to begin with. :hmgrin:
IF that IS the case, then I have to take my words back and say I was wrong. I just have not heard anything about that. I am going on what i have read on Matty and his responses to the questions about the size. But If thay ARE doing that. I respectfully offer my apologies and HOPE they can get it done.
My question: Does anyone know if the 2 parts will come apart easy like the vintage one did? My display space will only allow for the front of this thing. :sksad:
Also, the castle doesn't need to be bigger, if you make your figuers smaller. A high powered sander to the the bottom of thier feet, until they are perfertly flat should make everyone happy. :hmeek:
I tried. Just gave my feedback. I never once said I didn't appreciate opposing views.
But I'll stand by the fact that people that continue to ride the dead horse aren't going to change anything for the better.
And I guess that does admittedly make me equally culpable.
And good point grumpy ol' Dragon! (cost)
Why didn't they just do away with the base and windraider floor when they realized the castle needed to be scaled down?
Anyway, here's the quote that I had in mind, although upon re-reading it, it doesn't sound as promising as I remembered:
Love the Castle Grayskull prototype, but like a couple people here have expressed, I'd prefer there be more clearance when a figure is standing in the archway of Castle Grayskull. Would it be possible to have a recess in the base where the jawbridge opens, so the jawbridge doesn't sit so high? That may address some of the height issues that people have brought up.
At this point this feature is final but on construction it may be recessed a bit much as the walls will be
I've already started shortening my figures to fit the castle. They better not change the size. I can't add back the size.
Castle Grayskull update… straight from the Four Horsemen, here are the measurements of the latest sculpt. These were done quick n’ dirty at NYTF so they’re subject to change (we’ll show the final castle at SDCC): 23" to top of pier, 18" wide, 11 ½” deep when closed, the door is 8" tall or 7" tall when the jaw bridge is open.