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Valkyrie Driver

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About Valkyrie Driver

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  • Birthday 11/08/1986

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    Franklin, TN
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    Aviation, History, Martial Arts, Airsoft, Shooting, Anime, and MACROSS.

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  1. If I had a second Yamato VF-1 v2 strike set, I would totally do this. I would buy a DX Chogokin release of this. I don’t care that it’s pink... I have this toy and it’s pretty cool. Gone a bit loose in the joints, but it’s neat to have...
  2. Here’s a full shot of what I’ve acquired in the last month:
  3. That's true, but even still a multi-role fighter is usually still a better fighter than it is anything else. You could dogfight with an F-105 or an F-4E, but those turned out to be better bombers than they were fighters, just as the F-16 is a better fighter than it is a bomber due to it's fairly limited payload compared to a B-1 or an A-10. I mean, that's a very practical method of doing things. The beam adapter is a one shot wonder, and the times we see it used in animation, it's never used against a hard target like a ship, so it's hard to say if it's really that powerful. Th
  4. I've been watching a lot of UC Gundam lately, and it got me thinking, are there any VF's which were either designed to kill ships or were there any which were particularly well suited for the task? I know that reaction missiles really make such a thing easy to do. Were there any large cannon equipped VF's?
  5. Came here to say this. Though I think that the idea is less to keep the gun smoke away from the canopy, and more to direct it away from the engine intakes. if you’ll recall the A-10 prototypes had issues with flameouts due to gun exhaust entering the intakes.
  6. Here are a few of my recent acquisitions: I’m currently waiting for a couple of TSF’s to arrive, they’re in the states, but in limbo. Super happy to have the YF-19 in my collection, and the Zeta Plus C1 is just a real cool addition to my expanding scope of transforming toys.
  7. I ordered my Bandai DX YF-19 Full Set in that condition, sad to say I seem to be missing the intake covers... otherwise the toy was (is) fine.
  8. Yeah, I'm aware. Even at it's worst, it seemed to be less of a problem than in other fandoms. Maybe that's because it's uncommon to find fellow Macross fans in the wild here in the US. Yeah, I've been lurking for a while, not really posting, because I didn't really have anything to share, but MW has seemed to become a lot calmer, than it was a few years ago. It's almost like arguing over fantasy is stupid. It's almost like we're asking people to be civilized adults on the internet, and discussing something we all enjoy. Seems like a reasonable request.
  9. Everyone except for the Stated Protagonist, Basara. He didn't just stay on model, he didn't change. Episode 1 Basara was exactly the same as Episode 49 Basara. The other characters grew around him, and Basara was the same. Not every character has to grow and change, Roy Focker was a static character, and we loved him. He was a character who had already shed his naivete, the same way we saw Hikaru do. Even the baddies grew and changed in M7. Basara didn't feel real, because of that. Like Seto said, that's what happens when you blow the show's budget on music. Every Macross has a balance
  10. Which is actually one thing I adore about this fan community. "Oh, you like Macross II? That's cool, it's not my favorite, but you do you boo boo..." as opposed to "Current Disney canon is terrible and inconsistent and it's all childish trash, REEEEEE!!!!!" I'll take our relative indifference to outright hostility any day...
  11. I was actually curious about the Arm cannon from Macross Plus that had all of a 2 second appearance; The recent Bandai YF-19 toy has it designed to fold up and stow in fighter mode, is there any evidence to support that it was designed to do that, or was that Bandai catering to toy collectors? Another question about it, what role was it supposed to fulfill? I kinda tend to think about it being included with the FAST pack system, since it is an add on weapons package, even if it could only be used in battroid or gerwalk modes (other FAST Packs were multimode use).
  12. Here are my two most recent acquisitions: I’m really happy to have both of these in my collection! I finally have the fully loaded YF-19 and VF-4 toys that I’ve always wanted!
  13. I wanted to share the results of my last range trip. Par time for this drill is 9 seconds or faster done from the draw.
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