Minor MS Igloo correction

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Minor MS Igloo correction

Post by Zeis » Thu Sep 13, 2007 2:21 am

I might be wrong, but don't they use the high-mobility Gelgoogs and not the standard ones? You can kinda see the backpack in the images on the Gelgoog profile.

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Post by Mark064 » Thu Sep 13, 2007 2:44 am

Nope they are identified as standard Gelgoogs, though their stats are slightly different from the standard Gelgoog. The name is clearly visable on the offical MS IGLOO site. Gelgoog

ゲルググ = Gelgoog

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Post by Zeis » Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:30 am

But the 3D model clearly shows it has the high-mobility backpack.

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Post by toysdream » Thu Sep 13, 2007 4:15 am

On the official site, in books like the "Complete Setting Materials Collection," and in the HCM-Pro toy packaging the Gelgoogs that appear in MS Igloo are identified simply as "MS-14 Gelgoog." They're not specificially designated as the MS-14B type, although that's obviously what they are; on the other hand, they're not labeled as MS-14A types either. So listing them as A types, as per the current MAHQ page, is technically inaccurate.

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