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1. Drewsky:
Because of Castle Grayskull's cost, would it be feasible to perhaps sell Grayskull first as a hollow shell with a jawbridge (basic set), then sell other sets to add on to the castle later on (for example: one package having all the weapons and weapon racks, another having the throne and floor with trap door, etc)? This way people could make the castle the way they want according to their budget.


If we took the energy and time to have a Grayskull sculpted, we would likely sell it as a whole. It would actually take twice the amount of logistics to break it up, and in the end that might kill the concept. If we did a playset, we would not break it up to help streamline the project.

2. Lord_Of_Destruction:
You say the 200X look is retired, but weren't we promised a 200X Prince Adam variant in Classics? How would this be approached given that the appeal of 200X Adam is that he is a younger figure with a smaller body instead of simply a He-Man repaint?


Fans have yet to see a teenage MOTUC figure. A teenage Adam would be a new buck in Classics style, so smaller, but without 200X anime hyper detail. Adam would be a great candidate to do a teen version. Time will tell when and if this happens.

3. SLO-MAN:
The original NA He-Man figure came with a removable full body golden armor. He also had a chest harness as part of his torso sculpt. With the way removable armor is made in MOTUC, I can't really see how he could get both.
When we finally get to a NA He-Man variant, will he come with the chest harness and the full body golden armor, or just one of those?


It is too early to tell. We have yet to discuss this figure with the Horsemen, but we imagine a clever solution would be found to please as many fans as possible. No NA He-Man figure to announce right now.

4. Bulkhide:
Mer-Man has some of the most unique armor and weapons in MOTUC due to them being very aquatic based. If you make species-based 2-Packs or characters, like Ceratus/Caligars or Lord Dactys/Speleans, would they have more unique accessories based on their physical attributes or reuse other characters' accessories?


Likely, it’ll be a little of both. We would love to get to these types of army builders in time and really flesh out the armies of Eternia.

5. Mr. Shokoti:
When it comes time for Queen Marlena to be given a MOTUC release, will we get a definitive answer as to if she was originally from Earth or will that topic not be mentioned much like whether Battle Cat can talk or not?


You will learn this answer in her bio. We do plan to get to Queen Marlena in time.

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