And why pray tell, is the Triceratops smaller than the baryonx? Triceratops was literally about the size of an M-1 Abrams tank. That’s twice the size of a Rhinoceros. The trike should honestly be the largest figure in that particular squad….Honestly the folks at Mattel need to get away from the office and go to a museum from time to time….and maybe even take a math class and learn how to do proper scale?snakeyjones wrote:Picked up Hammond Ceratosaurs and Triceratops at Toys R us here in Malaysia.
- Articulation is virtually identical to the Baryonyx
- Really digging the color scheme
- Joints are tighter and overall feels sturdier than my copy of the Baryonyx, makes it easier to pose and balance
- Probably my favorite of the series so far.
- Sculpt and paintwork are really good
- Swivel hinge for the hips, knees and ankles; though the way the ankles are oriented means there's no rocker. Ball for the base of the skull. Ball for the base of the tail and another at the mid point
- Really could have used a mid torso joint imo
- Neck articulation is disappointing, barely any side to side or up and down; functionally a swivel. Wish they put a hinge so it can look down for charging poses
- We already knew this but NO JAW HINGE. How? Why? It's a small thing but it could have added so much personality to a pose
- To be fair there's only so much you can do with a Triceratops poseability wise, it's basically a Cow with a shield on its face.
- Of the figures I have from this series, honestly my least favorite. Basically a plastic potato
All the mid tier price point bois
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