*** This Marm O. Set design features 2 Stamp Colors! & It’s the first model specific variation for DGU’s Vortex Series.
How this run of Star Destroyers feel: Noticeable dome. 165-172 have the most dome, while 173-175 have slightly less. Sure-fire Star grip.
More about the design: You’ll remember DGU’s first Vortex design of five interconnected blades expertly illustrated to convey movement. Now, Marm O. Set returns to the Vortex drawing board, this time to convert the Destroyer into eye-catching blades. However, the Destroyer he envisioned wasn't exactly the traditional Destroyer bot. "This is more of a battle copter Destroyer. If we did a pullback shot of the entire machine then there would probably be some kind of mechanized brain pod that had two of these blade assemblies on titled axis," said Marm O. Set. The end result is a work of art for any Destroyer disc loving frolfer or anyone that has a soft side for beautifully drawn schematics.
Why you should purchase this disc: Destroyer fans, of course, really don’t need a reason to buy more Destroyers. However, if you needed a reason here’s one: It’s a completely new way of looking at the Destroyer character because it has never been interpreted in a dissected manner like this. Time for you to get geared up to dismantle the course.