The line features each of the three guardian classes in some of the full armor sets unique to the classes along with exotic pieces of armor, weapons and shaders featured in the game. Four of the figures are retailer exclusives and three of the figures should be available wherever action figures are sold. Most likely Toys R Us. Let’s take a closer look at them.
My primary class used in Destiny is the Titan. The Arc and Solar abilities make him an abosute tank. Vault of Glass Titan comes equipped with iconic Gjallarhorn rocket launcher and Invective shotgun.
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Playing against Hunters, you have to be carefull of their Arc super. If they are close to you, it’s pretty much time to respawn. Destiny’s Iron Banner Hunter comes equipped with the Thorn hand cannon and Hung Jury scout rifle.Order Destiny Iron Banner Hunter Action Figure from Entertainment Earth!
The Warlock is the class I used the least. I never liked the jump movement for it. King’s Fall Warlock comes equipped with the Touch of Malice scout rifle and Black Hammer sniper rifle.Order Destiny King’s Fall Warlock Action Figure from Entertainment Earth!
Now, let’s look at the retailer exclusives.
The Target exclusive Titan comes with the the Amduat Ink shader equipped with the Helm of Saint-14, one of the best looking helmets in the game. He comes armed with the iconic Gjallarhorn Rocket Launcher and Hung Jury Scout Rifle.
Wal-Mart also has a Hunter exclusive, but theirs uses the Million Million shader and Celestial Nighthawk helmet. It also has a Thorn hand cannon like the Walgreens version but has a Bolt-caster sword instead of the Invective shotgun.
Each figure will stand 7 inches tall and come with 14+ points of articulation for fully customizable and dynamic posing. Stylized Destiny display base included with each figure. They are up for preorder now on Amazon at a very reasonable price of $19.99.
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