Seventh Kingdom Club Of Thraugnn Review

Seventh Kingdom Club Of Thraugnn Review

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Club Of Thraugnn (the red elephant) was sold exclusively by The Fwoosh with a limited production number of 300 during the time when the elephants were released. The Horsemen also sold this figure if you bought all 12 Seventh Kingdom figures to save with combined shipping. If you were one of the lucky one’s to obtain him either in 2007 or the clearance sale in 2014, you’d know just how great the Seventh Kingdom line truly is.

In the beast kingdom of Animynthus the voice of the people carries significant weight. Although the kingdom is justly ruled by the Great Mother Endromedda, it is the council of Anitheres that voices the Animythean citizen’s interests. Ambassadors from each of the kingdom’s cities gather to bring their peoples’ concerns to light. The great influence and responsibility associated with representing the people also carries the burden of considerable danger. Because of this inherent danger, each ambassador has his or her own council guards.

Ramathorr is the captain of the council guards. Equipped with a myriad of blades and an unmatched skill in wielding them, Ramathorr not only leads his guards, but also trains them to become unstoppable warriors. The Anitherian guards are more than just protectors of ambassadors, they represent protection for the people of Animynthus. Because of their great skill and power the council guards are all too often the target of the mutant king Malagorr. The mighty guards are ideal subjects for Malagorr’s unnatural mutations. These once noble warriors now stand hunched and broken, mutated into grotesque distortions of Malagorr’s own hideous image.

Availability: 2007

Sculpt & Paint:

Club Of Thraugnn features a highly detailed sculpt standing 9″ tall with a ton of detail and texture all through the red skin, clothing, and armor. He has ridges on his thick, long truck and short tusks that are sculpted into the sides of his mouth with texture, which gives it a more realistic tough. His ears are pierced and only the length of his head. He also has a removable helmet that snaps into place.

His upper shoulders and legs have armor on them, his chest is wrapped up in a brown cloth, and his hips protected by a blue and gold skirt.

His weapons can be stored on his back, but the mace does not seem to fit on very well. The largest holster is wasted as he does not come with Ramathorr’s sword.

Articulation: 

Ball jointed head, ball jointed shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel wrists, swivel waist, swivel waist, ball jointed hips, hinged knees, swivel tail, and swivel-hinged ankles.

Accessories:

1 blade, 1 mace.

Overall:

The Four Horsemen did an incredible job with The Seventh Kingdom action figure line. If you can find them, we highly suggest that you pick these up.

Highly Recommended.

Purchase:

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