Fate/Grand Order - Gilgamesh - Figma #300 (Max Factory)

Fate/Grand Order - Gilgamesh - Figma #300 (Max Factory)
Mittasuhde & Mitat
H=160mm (6.24in)
01/25/2017 As Standard
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.-." Where's my scale?
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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥10,180)

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Fate_of_a_Saber (23 päivää sitten) #25311985I have one new in the box for sale classified/1355... PM me for more info.It's still up for sale!
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥9,930)

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Selling mine brand new MISB. $75 not include shipping. Pm me if interested
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I have one new in the box for sale classified/1355... PM me for more info.
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In stock @ Anime Blvd
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Selling this along with ITEM #128174 for $200 flat. Free shipping/no PayPal fees. Pick-up is available to SoCAL residents for a cheaper price. PM me if you're interested.
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InaJinkai (4 kuukautta sitten) #20496281Yes and no, I mean inspite of the "old gold" you're talking about I think Bandai did a good job making it shiny, why? Speculation probably but Gil is all about flamboyance and flair. A shiny armor is his signature, shiny gold specifically. You could say that it's not canon anime wise because it actually is a hassle making gold armor shine all the time during animation(check saint seiya the Athena Arc, it has golden armors everywhere); on a side note this is an extraction from the game:
"He has a "perfect, Golden-proportioned body" described as emanating majesty that makes flames surrounding him afraid to come close, and his very soul glows golden. He normally wears golden armor that makes a heavy first impression on those he encounters."
He is often referred to as the "golden Archer" and the "golden-sparkling Servant," and Rider generally calls him "Goldie." He is similarly called Gold-glitter.
So do you think Bandai made a mistake making his armor shiny? I think his nature is to be tacky and look vulgar with all that gold. Imo I think it was a very good choice from Bandai to make it shiny and even light reflecting.

Sorries for long answer, I accidently deleted my mentions.
I get your point and it has all rights to exist bc well Bandai figure reflects that side of Gil perfectly.
Probably we just don't get mutual when things touch our impressions about Gil. For me his "being shiny" is also has to reflect he is old. Like freaking old. He can look like prince but in the end he was god. And old gold which is not that shiny as it used to be in start of his life reflects it.
Plus banal color issue, if I remember, his gold color has certain name which reflects era he lived nearby(but that's my own thing as artist). That was also my point.
But tbh gold is not even my biggest complain. My biggest complain abt Bandai Gil is face bc it reminds me old novel graphics (which are attractive only for true fans, no offence), meanwhile this version has decent mid-mid face resembling.
Yet I know why Bandai one can be better deal for many his fans.
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