Digimon Adventure 02 Paildramon Figure-rise Standard Amplified model kit
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Digimon Paildramon Figure-rise Standard Amplified Model Kit Revealed

Bandai Spirits has revealed that it will release a plastic model kit of Paildramon from Digimon Adventure 02. The Figure-rise Standard Amplified Paildramon kit will be available in September 2024 with a price tag of 5,500 yen (~$36.54). [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The company will pay close attention to the Digimon’s body details in this model kit. Its black parts will receive gloss injections to show the contrast between the organic and mechanical parts. Its tail will also be easily posable by inserting lead wire.

This model kit will also have a couple of original gimmicks. The owner can extend the Desperado Blasters and even combine both weapons. They will also be able to simulate spikes shooting from Paildramon’s arms by using the provided lead wires.

Bandai Spirits also shared several sample images featuring a CG version of the upcoming plastic model kit:

Paildramon is a Perfect / Ultimate stage Digimon generated from a Jogress / DNA Digivolution between Daisuke’s (Davis’) ExVeemon and Ken’s Stingmon. Bandai has also previously revealed D-3 Digivice replicas modeled after both key characters from the 2000 sequel to Digimon Adventure, which are due for release in March 2024.

The Figure-rise Standard Amplified model kit of Paildramon from Digimon Adventure 02 will be available in September 2024.

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