A brief post to cover the combiner mode of Devil Blighster, Devil Hornet and Devil Poseidon.
Starting with a size comparison of the three in Armor Mode. Devil Poseidon is slightly stretched taller than the other two.
To prepare Devil Blighster for combination you start with Ride Mode, remove the arms and transform the figure into the Armor Mode head.
Devil Hornet transforms from Armor Mode with the legs and lower half separated. The head is not needed.
Devil Poseidon requires the most tiresome transformation as you partially disassemble the toy from Armor Mode.
You then have to re-assemble it for to form the lower half of the combiner mode.
Finally, the Arms of Devil Blighster are combined with the leg parts from Devil Hornet and the upper and lower halves of the combiner mode are joined. The upper section of Devil Hornet simply hangs from the back.
Size comparison with B-Da Caliber. It’s no surprise that Devil Trident is shortchanged in terms of size as it comprises of three robots while B-Da Caliber not only has four, but has the massive Chris Blacker which makes up pretty much the entire combiner body.
Devil Poseidon completes the trio and provides the cornerstone for the combiner mode.
Pardon the price tag but I didn’t get this toy for that cheap.
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Second in line is Devil Hornet, which also has a very impressive Ride Mode.
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Making use of my final days of living in Japan by impulse-buying things off Yahoo Auctions. The bad guys are much easier to find for relatively cheap compared to the good guys.
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Sorry for the brief post for this week as I didn’t lump these pictures together with last week’s post. I might have the spelling for this guy wrong because I’ve only seen it written in Japanese.
Chris Whiter, Chris Blued and Chris Greaver are similarly sized to one another.
Here’s Chris Blacker in the picture; he’s about twice as tall and large compared to the other three toys.
Here are the individual toys in their combiner forms. The clear parts from Chris Blued and Chris Greaver go onto the combiner mode helmet.
Everything is slapped together to form B-Da Caliber.
Rear view. Notice the legs are hollow.
You get three B-Daman figures left over. In combiner mode this toy can still fire marbles using Chris Blacker’s B-Da Unit. You can also mount B-Da Units from all the previous toys onto the shoulders, hips and legs. Even if I had access to my other toys back home I would not be able to reproduce this form as I don’t have the bad guys’ toys.
I paid a fair penny to win this auction as it was next to impossible to get this guy on its own.
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Continuing my B-Daman barrage with Chris Greaver. I might be wrong but his previous ride might have been a Toys R Us exclusive in Japan. I already had this toy many years ago but I bought this as a set along with the previous two toys off Yahoo Auctions.
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