View Poll Results: Should armor be removable on future figures?

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  • NO! Make it non-removable for the snuggest fit

    7 9.59%
  • Yes! It's fine as it is

    7 9.59%
  • Yes! BUT move the tabs to the back of the armor and make it as thin as possible around the lats.

    59 80.82%
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Thread: Armor: Removable or Not?

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    Heroic Warrior Zodac666's Avatar
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    Armor: Removable or Not?

    Toyguru wants to know so vote my friends
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    Heroic Warrior Rodster6's Avatar
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    I would but I can't see a poll?

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    Option three- yes, but with tab movement!
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    Option 3
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    I want to vote fine as it is, because maybe there was a better reason to move them since they normally did put them in the back. The move forward seemed a fluke.

    However if it was just a descision to try something, they should decide to return to how it was. Back makes the most sense.

    Either way dont do it non-removable unless it calls for it like some of the already non removable armours.

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    Please, just move the tabs to the back or make it the snap on armor. Less Sea-Hawk, more Man-at-Arms or Battle Armor variants. No more fatty boom-boom.
    It's all been done before. Everything to say has already been said. Do me a solid and pretend I posted something witty and and original here

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    As I said in another thread, one of MOTU's most distinguishing features has always been removeable armor. It would not be the same otherwise.

    Definitely option three.
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    Choice Three.
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    NA mini-sub Supporter ! Arkangel's Avatar
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    How about a mixed solution? Removable armour with no delts? I was amazed of how much of an improvement this was on Hydron, look:



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    I still don't see why we're even having this discussion? This was brought up when Seahawk got all puffy and it should've been fixed by now.

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    NA mini-sub Supporter ! Arkangel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rankinman View Post
    I still don't see why we're even having this discussion? This was brought up when Seahawk got all puffy and it should've been fixed by now.
    well, it isn't fixed but it now seems there's interest on mattel's side to solve this issue

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