CYLON CENTURION

Source:
Battlestar Galactica

Year: 2006

Assortment: Forged Figures

Retail: $15.99

Item Number: 34614

Features:

  • Thigh Guards
  • 8 Screws
  • Clear Tube
  • Protective Case
  • Display Stand
  • Affiliation: Cylon Imperium
    Committed To: The annihilation of mankind
    Height: 2 meters
    Immune To: Most small-arms fire
    Primary Weapon: Forearm mounted heavy repeater
    Secondary Weapon: Bladed fingers
    Shows No: Fear
    Comments: These heavily armored mechanical warriors are the primary offensive forces for the Cylon Imperium. Based on the older Model 0005, their armor, combat frame and weapons systems have been upgraded, making each one more than the equal of an entire squad of Colonial troops. Offensive options include complex, highly articulated hands that double as deadly bladed weapons, and forearm mounted projectile weapons powerful enough to chew through most cover to reach their targets. It is unknown at this time whether these Cylon models are sentient or not, or even whether they can speak.






    Points of Interest:
  • This Cylon Centurion figure was scheduled to be part of the line before it was canceled, but the figure was eventually distributed to the International and secondary markets.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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