If you loved Eledram, you'll like Eledram Burst. The elephant Beast Saga toy was redecorated and blind-packed for a pretty fair price, and odds are you didn't buy one.
Random single boxed figures range from "very expensive" to "kinda cheap." For ten bucks or so, this figure is somewhat neat. The body is made of clear green armor, but the kicker is that his skin is milky white. Rather than spend money on paint, there are two different colors of plastic plus a couple of gold dabs of paint on his eyes. The detail on the figure is sculpted just as nicely as the regular version, because why would they change it?
Sporting four points of articulation, this figure is jointed at the shoulders and hips. The movement doesn't do a ton of good, but his legs are totally unrestricted. Since the feet are tiny and there are no vehicles, it's not like you can really take advantage of it. At least the shoulders rotate nicely, and each fist can hold the shield or weapon with minimal fighting. It's worth noting the clear and regular versions of this figure share the same weapons, but this one came with a black die that... I don't know what it does, but it's here.
This figure is arguably most interesting because of the clear, milky-white plastic mostly because we never see much of this in American toys. The unpainted tusks are kind of a drag, but at least the colors mesh together nicely and the dice launcher works pretty well. I still don't know what the game actually is or how it works, but I can say that over three years later I still find this to be a charming figure. Not one I'd suggest shelling out the big bucks (no whammies) for, but at least it's a cute, cheap elephant that your pal who loves elephants should like.
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