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Pokemon Go has finally hit our shores, and it is only a matter of time before the Pokepocalypser eaches critical mass. As is our civic duty, we are providing a simple guide for Malaysians starting their Pokemon journey; mostly because the game does a horrible job of explaining what to do.
Keep moving around
Pokemon is a game of exploration and discovery. While it is possible to catch Pokemon without moving (if you drop Incense), there is significantly higher chance of catching something while on the move. The game spawns Pokemon roughly every 30 minutes, but decreases the time if the player is on the move. Pokemon also spawn in areas that resemble their natural habitat. This means water Pokemon near ponds and lakes, while housing areas will likely see plenty of Pidgeys and Rattata.
Moving around is also necessary to hatch eggs that drop from Pokestops. The game tracks how far you’ve moved since you put the egg in the incubator, which means that walking in circles in the same place doesn’t work. It also tracks your speed, just so you don’t try to cheat by driving around. That being said, nobody is sure of what the speed threshold is. It looks like cycling is perfectly acceptable at the moment, but not anything faster than that.
Have a co-pilot
espite cars allowing players to move around quickly to discover new Pokemon, playing Pokemon Go while driving is a terrible idea – for good reason. That is why it is an excellent idea to have a co-pilot in the car. The layout of Malaysian cities is admittedly not always conducive for pedestrian traffic – which leaves us resorting to recruiting friends for Pokemon drive-bys.
Niantic’s algorithms prioritise urban areas for Pokestops and Gyms, leaving other locations rather sparse. Unfortunately, this also goes for when the game spawns Pokemon. While it is tempting to visit parks and playgrounds to look for Pokemon, our local weather does not always make for ideal conditions. Instead, shopping malls are a good substitute for wandering around and catching those hard to find Pokemon. A mall with an attached park is probably the most efficient place to start hunting.
Visit the same place at different times
Some Pokemon only come out at night, which makes sense considering that you’re not likely to see a ghost wandering around in broad daylight. In that case, it is a good idea to come back a spot later to see if things have changed.
Some Pokemon are region specific
Transfer your Pokemon to get Candy
Pokemon Go doesn’t allow Pokemon to gain experience and evolve through fighting. Instead, Pokemon evolve when they are fed enough candy of their particular species. Getting this candy is as easy as catching the same Pokemon over and over again; and they transferring them to the professor. No, we don’t know what happens to the Pokemon after they are transferred. Just assume they are living on a nice farm somewhere.
Candy is also used to Power Up Pokemon. Each power up costs one Candy, but also incurs a cost in Stardust.
Hoard your Stardust during the early game
Stardust is important for getting Pokemon ready for battling Gyms. Earning Stardust is easy enough, as you can accumulate quite a bit by simply catching Pokemon. Which means that it is important to catch all the Pokemon that cross your path. Also, because you want to turn them into Candy.
Don’t be discouraged by overly difficult Pokemon Gyms
Notice how all the Gym are packed with Pokemon much stronger than anything you’ve found? Chances are that these are people who have been cheating their way into the game by disguising their GPS coordinates. In other words, they have been playing for much longer than you have. There is no reason to be discouraged though, as players are allowed to cooperate with other members of their team to take control of a Gym. Just train some Pokemon and team up with friends to take the fight to them.
Talk to people
Pokemon Go is a social game. Sure, it’s alright if talking to people isn’t your thing. However, the game is made more interesting by running into people and simply having a chat. If you’re lucky, they will be able to tell you where all the good Pokemon are hiding.
Be respectful at religious places
This is probably a rather sensitive subject, but it needs to be said. Niantic has marked mosques, shrines, temples, and churches as locations for Pokestops. There’s nothing wrong with visiting these places to replenish supplies, but please be mindful of where you are. The last thing we want is Pokemon Go players to offend someone and get the game banned.
Join Team Valor
Players will be able to visit Gyms and choose a team to join at level five. There are supposedly three teams, but smart players know that Team Valor is the right choice. After all, they share the same colours as your favourite tech news portal.
The Ultimate 14 Must Know Tips For All Malaysian Pokémon GO Trainers On The GO using iOS & Android Phone!
Articles By Iylia Aziz Resource: vulcanpost.com/author/iylia-aziz/
To say that Pokémon GO took Malaysia by a storm is an understatement, it was more of a tsunami phenomenon. Everywhere you go now, you’ll be able to meet fellow trainers on the prowl who claim they want to be the very best and catch whatever Pokémon is in sight. Some may be experts already and know the ins-and-outs of how to be an excellent trainer whilst others may still be grasping the purpose of PokéCoins. This Pokéguide will be your best friend as we go through what the important facts that you should have on hand when playing Pokémon GO.
1) PokéStops Refresh Often
Besides going Pokemon hunting, the next thing you should be looking out for are PokéStops. If you happen to see a few nearby your current location, stick around and replenish your supplies of Poké Balls and other goodies. A PokéStop changes its colour from blue to purple once you have interacted with it and after 5 minutes or so (timing can vary), it will return back to blue where you can once again stock up on your necessary items.
TIP: You also get 50 XP per spin of each PokéStop, which is useful if you’re surrounded by all these PokéStops but have no Pokémon are nearby. Even if your bag is full, you should still swipe it anyway.
2) Transfer Duplicate Pokémon For Candy
If you’re heading into the game assuming that levelling up your Pokémon is the same as you normally would in other titles, don’t get your hopes up. The levelling system in Pokémon Go works differently where instead of battling wild Pokemon in tall grass, each Pokémon you catch will come with a few of the Pokémon’s candy as well as Stardust. Both of these items will be essential when it comes to ‘training’ your Pokémon, especially the candy because it’s needed for evolution.
So if you’re feeling like all you’re seeing are Rattatas or Pidgeys, don’t ignore them—just catch them all. You can then transfer your duplicates to the Professor in exchange for candy, which will then further help you progress by not only leveling up your avatar but your Pokémon as well.
TIP: If you caught a duplicate Pokémon with a lower CP, you can directly transfer it before putting it into your inventory.
3) Be On The Lookout For Rustling Leaves
If you’re wondering what those tiny animations of leaves rustling about are, you should not waste anymore time wandering elsewhere and head straight there because high chances are there’s a Pokémon within.
Besides checking for those leaves, another key sign you should be aware of are pink flower petals as those indicate PokéStops with active lures. Pokémon will gather over there and be a great stop for you to catch some.
TIP: Lure Modules only work at PokéStops and they are available for everyone but if you’re feeling a little selfish, you can use Incense. That will only work for you and no one else, so the Pokémon will be attracted to only you.
4) Measuring Distance For Egg Hatching
So if you’re wondering what to do with your extensive number of Eggs stored in your inventory, use your incubator and incubate one. There’s 3 sets of distances you need to travel in order for them to hatch which are 2KM, 5KM and 10KM. Before you grab those car keys, it’s not just the distance that matters.
Pokémon GO uses both your pedometer and the GPS of your mobile to calculate how far you’ve actually walked. If you travel over 12mph (roughly 20 km/h), it limits the distance you’ve traveled, so make sure to not go at a high speed.
If you have a skateboard or bicycle, now would be the best time to make use of them as long as you don’t go too fast. Also, make sure your app is active and open. You must be logged in and playing for it to count your steps.
TIPS: Make sure to walk in a straight line because the game checks in and measures your travel distance periodically by looking at your displacement from the previous check point. So walking around the same block over and over won’t net you very much distance because you’re never that far from the last check point. You can also get extra incubators from Pokéstops, but unlike the first one already in your bag, these can only be used for a limited number of times.
The 10KM Eggs are known to have rarer Pokémon within, but that’s still no guarantee. We commiserate if you get a Rattata out of the 10KM Egg you painstaking hatched.
Remember that you can incubate more than one Egg at a time, as long as you have enough Incubators. Save time and walking steps by placing the Eggs in all available Incubators.
5) Don’t Evolve Your Pokémon Just Yet
I understand that one of the best parts about Pokémon are the evolutions, but before you get so excited and quickly evolve your roster at every chance you get, pause and evaluate the stats of your Pokémon first. If you notice the half circle bar above your Pokémon when you open its main menu, that is its level bar and the closer it is to the end, the best time that is to evolve it as you will be able to get higher CP if you do so.
6) Throw Your Poké Balls In Style To Get Extra EXP
Throwing your Poké Balls may seem simple but there are actually strategies that can help this hit-or-miss process become more beneficial. If you hold down the Poké Ball for a second before throwing, you’ll see a little coloured circle appear within the target.
Toss the Ball when the ring is the smallest for the best chance of a capture. It’s important to note that the colour of a circle is important too. Green means an easy capture, yellow is less so and red means you might have to use items such as Razz Berries to make sure that the Pokémon doesn’t run away.
How you throw has its rewards too. A “Nice!” toss happens when you get it inside the coloured circle while it’s fairly large, and will grant you an additional 10 XP if you make the catch. A “Great!” toss happens when the coloured circle is about half the size of the white circle, and will grant you an additional 50 XP. An “Excellent!” toss happens when the coloured circle is very small, and will grant you an additional 100 XP.
You can even throw curveballs by giving the ball a shake first before tossing, which rewards you with style points for nailing that throw. Helpful advice would be pulling the Poké Ball either to your left or right of the screen first. If you pulled to the left, spin it anti-clockwise. If you pulled to the right, spin it clockwise. Don’t spin it too much because doing so will result in you missing. Then, toss to the middle of the screen.
TIP: Another tip for throwing Poké Balls at tricky creatures: they are easiest to catch just after they try to resist (you know, like when they lunge at you, or swat the ball away) . So hold y
7) Get Free Items for Defending Gyms
When you’ve reached level 5, you’re finally able to visit Pokémon Gyms and battle against other trainers. If you visit a Gym with your team’s colour or take over one of the opposite, you can store your Pokémon there and become a Gym Defender.
Afterwards, check your Shop tab and click on the shield icon to access your Defender Bonus for free PokéCoins and Stardust. Should your Pokémon not be dethroned, you can check back every 20 hours or so to receive more (The amount varies depending on how many Pokemon you have in the Gym along with their CP).
When leaving your Pokémon to defend a Gym, it’s best to go with your second or third best instead of your first. If your focus is on increasing your trainer level instead of earning coins, don’t spend too much time defending the gyms you take over.
You earn five times as much XP for defeating and taking a gym than you do for training at one of your own to bolster its defenses. It’s best to focus on your own trainer level first before worrying about holding gyms for your team.
TIP: For each Pokémon you put in a Gym, you can redeem 10 coins per Pokémon so if you want more PokéCoins, place more Pokémon that have high CP.
8) Battles Are Not Turn Based
Unlike other Pokémon games in the past, Gym Battles in Pokémon GO do not rely on a turn based system. To attack, you simply tap the screen and your Pokémon will deal its first attack as soon as it’s able. You can even deal a special attack by holding down on the screen and releasing, but you will need to charge the meter below a Pokémon’s health until the bar is full (Do take note that different special attacks have different meters).
TIP: When the fight starts, wait for the screen to flash yellow. When it does, swipe right or left and you’ll dodge their attack. This flash is present throughout the entire match, so you can follow the same pattern of flash, dodge, attack until the battle is over.
Not every ability is dodgeable, like “Earthquake,” but most are. Defending Pokémon attack every 1.5 seconds, so keep that in mind as you plan your dodge and attack pattern. Don’t try to attack too much after each dodge.
9) Turn Off AR Mode For Easier Pokémon Catching
One of the highlights of Pokémon GO is being able to see Pokémon in your real-world surroundings (as seen on social media everywhere). However, needing to locate the Pokémon around you and keeping it in the frame can be challenging, especially if you’re sitting in a car and have to twist around like an idiot. The best way to fix this is by turning your AR mode off. Yes, you heard me, turn it off.
Although you lose the cool effect of having the Pokémon jumping about your bedroom, the benefit in return is that the Pokémon will be centered on your screen and not move when the phone does—making it easier for you to throw your Poké Balls. You can always switch back between modes whenever you desire which is handy and it also helps to save your battery as well.
10) Use Your Poké Balls Wisely
If you manage to gather some Great Balls or any other enhanced Poké Balls, don’t be too fast to use them on rare Pokémon that you’re only catching to do battle. Remember that catching a rare Pokémon usually equals to having a harder time collecting candy for it. If you can’t get enough candy, evolving that Pokémon will be impossible and that means limited power and less efficiency in Gym battles.
Bumping into an evolved Pokémon is always exciting, but think twice before attempting to catch it. The general rule of thumb here is that it’s always much easier to catch a common Pokémon and evolve it rather than a rare one so use your Poké Balls wisely. Don’t waste your more powerful Poké Balls at one Pokémon—try to catch it with normal Pokéballs instead.
TIP: Use Razz Berries for Pokémon with a target ring coloured orange or red as those are the difficult ones to catch.
11) See at a Glance Why a Wild Pokémon Appeared
A little fun fact for you if you were wondering what the tiny rings surrounding a wild Pokémon were. If the rings are white, the Pokémon was most likely there naturally. If the rings are a hue of purple and pink, it most likely showed up because of a nearby Lure Module. If the rings are replaced by a pink cloud, that means it was attracted to your Incense item and the best part, only you can see it.
By taking note of these different rings, it will help you develop a proper feel of finding more Pokémon in your area. Plus, it’s a nice bonus for when you’re playing with your friends.
12) Boost Your Trainer Level Quickly With the Lucky Egg Trick
Before you use your Incense or evolve any Pokémon, it’s better to do those while also activating a Lucky Egg. Lucky Eggs double your XP gain which is best for you to level up your Trainer level fast.
So catch a lot of Pokémon, build up your stash of candies, then activate a Lucky Egg and evolve them all. You will receive 1000 XP for every evolution instead of the standard 500 XP. However, be sure to do the math and not waste your time on those that aren’t worth it.
For example, evolving four Pidgeys into Pidgeottos will cost you 48 candies and net you 4000 XP with a Lucky Egg activated, but just one Pidgeot will cost you 50 candies and only get you 1000 XP with a Lucky Egg.
So it’s not as rewarding as it may seem. Also, as with other games in the franchise, your Pokémon health bar will regenerate after an evolution, so wear out your Pokémon at Gyms if needed.
TIP: If you’re close to reaching a new level, don’t use a Lucky Egg to boost your own level just yet. Only use it when you’ve actually reached a new level to get even better Pokémon.
13) Spend Your PokéCoins On the Right Items
PokéCoins are the in-game currency you can use to spend on items available in the shop and seeing as they are very limited for those ‘Free2Play’ trainers, don’t waste them on items you can already gather from PokéStops.
The key items you should be spending on are Lure Modules to attract more Pokémon to you and Incubators so that you can hatch multiple eggs at once. Holding gyms is how you earn PokéCoins to spend in the Shop (10 per gym held), and you can earn a maximum of 100 PokéCoins every 24 hours (or 10 different gyms).
TIP: Every time you level up, you receive certain items for free. Here’s a comprehensive list from TheSilphRoad reddit that breaks down every known item reward tier so you’re not spending PokéCoins on something you’re about to receive for free.
14) Use Incense To Catch Rarer Pokémon
For this trick to work, it’s best to get out and find an area that’s quite barren. You need to ensure your ‘Nearby’ list is completely clear (You can restart the game to refresh it).
Once you have found that location, you can use your Incense and if done correctly, you should be able to see rarer Pokémon spawn. There have been people who had the luck of finding Abras, Ponytas, Charmanders and even Blastoise show up.
This trick seems to work because having nothing nearby for the Incense to pull from, it just grabs a random Pokémon to spawn near you. This greatly increases the odds of getting a rare Pokémon, rather than the Pidgey that is likely nearby.
A Guest Post from Child Safety Expert, Amy Tiemann, PhD
The new mobile game Pokémon Go has won the hearts and minds of millions of Americans with over 7 million downloads in its first week of release. This has happened so quickly that many parents are just catching up with this new craze.
What makes this game different is it features “augmented reality” technology, which means players look at their mobile phone screens and see animated Pokémon creatures superimposed on the “real-life” background generated by their phone’s camera. To the player, it appears that they are throwing balls at a Pokémon monster right in front of them. The game also calls for a lot of walking to reach virtual map targets like a PokéStop supply station or a Pokémon Gym where players can battle to capture that location, or to incubate and hatch Pokémon eggs.
The game has several advantages to consider, but parents should be aware of real-world safety concerns before deciding whether their family will embark on a Pokémon Go adventure.
First, the Pokémon Go advantages: Fitness, friends, and discovering your own neighborhood in a newway. Parents have urged their kids to “go outside and get some fresh air and exercise” for years. Now sleepy teenagers are suddenly waking up early and walking many miles a day to play the game.
My daughter was happily exhausted by the end of her first day of playing – surprised to see that she had walked nearly 7 miles that day. Not bad exercise for a lazy summer Saturday! She is also making plans to get together with friends to go hunting each day and having a lot of fun socializing. Since the virtual PokéStops and Pokémon Gyms are located on a variety of public landmarks, she has explored our neighborhood in a new way. She’s learned about new hiking trails and historic locations, and is visiting parks such as the botanical garden with her friends.
Pokémon Go safety concerns and real-life Kidpower safety skills: I have taught Kidpower personal safety skills to thousands of people and the skills can be applied to everyday life — including new situations that pop up like the sudden appearance of Pokémon Go. Here are four safety concerns associated with Pokémon Go and the Kidpower strategies to address them:
1. Co-pilot with your kidsSince this is a totally new activity, if you are going to let your kids play Pokémon Go, it is important to co-pilot with them. Let them show you how it all works, and at the same time observe them, look at the potential safety hazards, and address the concerns by practicing skills as needed.
The game may expand kids’ neighborhood horizons in a good way, but you don’t want them wandering off without thinking about where they are going and what they are doing. Kidpower has an excellent detailed article, “Preparing Children for More Independence” that I highly recommend to help parents co-pilot the neighborhood exploration aspect of Pokémon Go.
2. Use your awarenessThe safety conflict inherently built into Pokémon Go is that players are walking in the real world – but looking at their phone screens. This can be somewhat mitigated by focusing on the skill “Use your Awareness” – looking up frequently to see everything around you. We definitely don’t want kids to trip and fall, cross the street without awareness, or walk into traffic by accident. This particular Pokémon Go safety conflict will remain a significant hazard and will have to be continually evaluated and managed.
3. Don’t lose sight of the situation: Time of day, location and “people safety” rulesPart of safety awareness is keeping in mind what the larger surroundings and situation look like. A historic graveyard might be fine to explore in the afternoon with friends but would be unwise to explore at night, or alone. Since PokéStops and Pokémon Gyms are fixed locations, it is likely that players will encounter other people they don’t know.
Teach, remind and reinforce stranger safety rules. At Kidpower we say that “most strangers are good,” but there are rules for how to interact with them when kids are on their own. The core Kidpower Stranger Safety Rule for younger kids is to “move away and check first” before you talk to a stranger, take anything from a stranger, or get close to a stranger.
Make sure kids know that just because you and a new person are both playing Pokémon Go, it doesn’t mean that you are friends; you are still strangers to each other. I encourage parents read the complete Kidpower Stranger Safety Rules and discuss them with your kids and actually practice them.
Unfortunately, there have already been real-world examples of robberies committed using Pokémon Go as a tool or lure. There are actually “lures” engineered into the game to bring more Pokémon characters to a location, but also to bring more people. Always be aware of the context and situation that you are really in. Safety is generally found in well-lighted, well-traveled locations where there are a lot of people around that you could get help from. Parents have to help monitor those situations for their kids, and set rules and guidelines.
4. Be aware of digital safety concernsPokémon Go is a brand-new release that poses some obvious digital security concerns and potentially less obvious ones that might be discovered later. It was almost immediately discovered that the game app requested full access to a user’s Google accounts if they signed in with their Google IDs. This was a huge security hole that may have been unintentional, and may not have been exploited, but it allowed access to players’ Gmail and Google Drive contents. Definitely not cool, to say the least. The app’s first update has already been released to fix this problem. Players may want to consider creating a new “junky” Gmail account only used for login purposes.
The second digital security concern – yet unanswered – is how user data will be collected and used. This could be a Big Data privacy nightmare. The application has access to a player’s camera, GPS locations and more. This data could feed into paid advertising, law enforcement, even national intelligence gathering. It is beyond the scope of this post to address all these concerns, but it is definitely worth researching and taking your family’s privacy seriously.
If you feel like this is a lot to consider when your kids just want to play the popular new game during summer break, I feel your pain! Being a parent in the 21st century sure throws a lot of new curveballs at us, virtual or otherwise. But I am thankful that our basic Kidpower skills can help us navigate these new challenges.
Dr. Amy Tiemann is a parenting and child safety expert who teaches Kidpower personal safety as the Center co-director of Kidpower North Carolina. She is the author or executive editor of several books including Mojo Mom; Courageous Parents, Confident Kidsfeaturing Amy McCready; and the forthcoming book Doing Right by Our Kids, written withKidpower Founder and Executive Director Irene van der Zande. Learn more atwww.AmyTiemann.com
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Our existence is to complete a perfect Gundam toys list on our website for our suportive fans and customers. Gundam-TS wants to share every precious experience with all of you in all things gundam plastic model news and updates related, and we strike to deliver our great plastic model / toys products to you.
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Gunpla is GUNdam + PLAstic model, it is from the Japanese word ガンプラ Ganpura, and it is manufactured by Bandai!
Basically it is a plastic model depicting various mobile suit designs from different Gundam anime series that is built from the parts in the runners (the frame like things inside the box). You can basically build one with just your bare hands and a pair of cutting plies. (Better if they are really made to cut plastic).
Other Short form you may see:
Gunpla kits are categorized into 5 grades namely:
Perfect Grades are the best model kits / gunpla that you can buy! They are 1/60 in scale, have the best awesome detail, articulation and part quantity. But they are also the most expensive gunpla! They cost up to 26,500 Japanese Yen!
Master Grades have great detail and articulation, they are 1/100 in scale. They usually have inner frames(the inner structure of the mobile suit) as compared to lower grades which do not have except for Real Grades which we will discuss later. They are expensive too but not as expensive as the Perfect Grades. A hobbyist can buy one at an average price of 5,000 Japanese Yen, but worry not, there are a lot of cheap Master Grades to buy out there! In the Malaysia the cheapest Master Grades that you can buy would have a price of RM600 to RM1000 above for the limited edition and special edition.
High Grades are the cheapest and the most collectible (that is of normal proportions) Gunpla that a hobbyist can buy! Although they have less detail and less articulation compared to MGs. Another thing is that they do not have inner frames compared to MGs and PGs. They are 1/144 in scale. They damage you at around an average of 1,500 Japanese Yen, here in the Malaysia you can already buy one for as low as RM80++! Provided you know where to find a good deal, we’ll discuss later where you can find a good deal here in the Malaysia. If you are on a low budget but still want to try out Gunpla, High Grades would be perfect!
Real Grades are the new product grades that Bandai released in line with the Gundam 30th Anniversary commemoration project. The first RG (which was RX-78-2) was released on July of 2010.
According to the Gundam Wiki : “The RG line combines the best aspects of the other three Gunpla lines: The small size and affordable prices of the High Grade, the advanced inner frame technology of the Master Grade and the massive part count of the Perfect Grade. The RG line is known for the Advanced MS Jointwhere the inner frame of the suit is placed on a single gate for easy construction. Also, the RG line reflects what a mobile suit would look like if it were built in the present day. The tagline for the Real Grade line is “Excitement Embodied.”"
RGs are 1/144 in scale like High Grades, but as for my personal experience, the detail is amazing! It matches the detail of MGs and PGs! Articulation also is comparable to PGs, and the great thing about them is that they are not expensive!
The only disadvantage of RGs is that they are not quiet stable, but that they are so detailed and well molded, articulated and complex, that it is hard to pose them! Many movable joints that some joints are bound to get loose and come off while posing.
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No Grades are actually a mysterious product line that Bandai produced, they never advertised it (does anyone heard of Bandai advertising their NGs?) nor it can be found on their Bandai-Hobby website! But basically.. hmm.. what can I say about them? They are 1/100 in scale, the same with MGs, but their detail and quality is that of High Grades.. So basically No Grades are a cross-breed of MGs and HGs. They are not so expensive too!
You will know that the kit is an NG when there is no grade logo that can be seen on the box, just the 1/100 scale logo. Some people are often confused with this grade and with the MGs, they are totally different! Just the same in size, heck I was also confused back when I was just starting to collect Gunpla! I though my 1/100 Avalanche Exia was a cheap MG!
Super Deformed SD:
Super Deformed or commonly known as SDs are mobile suit models that are chibi in size! They are short in size! And they have large disproportional heads with reference to their small body and larger arms, hands, legs and feet. They are also highly collectible in par with HGs since they are very affordable!
Also offered is an expanding line of small plastic kits labelled SD Gundam (Super-Deformed Gundam) which are not presented in a particular scale. These kits are often much easier to construct but offer very limited possibility and require paint and detailing to truly "finish" the kit. The most famous line is the BB Senshi (known asSD GUNDAM BB Warriors in Bandai's English page). Depending on popularity of series, SD units may also be sold in separate product line
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