Continuing our coverage and reviews of the Gothitropolis Ravens figures are Cockitrus, the Rooster and Cardinus, the Cardinal. We will have a review available for each of the 13 characters plus add-ons and accessories in the weeks ahead.
Availability: January 2015
Sculpt & Paint:
Cockitrus, the rooster, features a head sculpt of a rooster with red and brown deco. His body is sculpted with sculpted texture representing feathers on his body, and his gold, red and grey armor has lots of great detail and is shared with all other characters. Around his belt are a variety of non-removable accessories including a horn in the back. He comes with 2 sets of interchangeable feet. Available as an add-on are his dark brown wings that are connected through ports on his back by removing the smaller wings. The wings are ball-jointed/hinged and have one swivel joint at the top, and are sculpted with detailed texture. He stands at 7-3/8″ tall from the top of his head to the toes.
Cardinus, the Cardinal, was one of six characters to be offered before the stretch goals started. His head sculpt is based on a Cardinal and features long red feathers on his head, a light brown beak, and red and black feathers. The armor is painted in gold, turquoise, red, and brown, with the belt of accessories sculpted around it. His feet are painted in gold and black, with metallic pink circles in various places. Available as an add-on are his red wings that are connected through ports on his back by removing the smaller wings. The wings are ball-jointed/hinged and have one swivel joint at the top, and are sculpted with detailed texture. He stands just over 7-1/2″ tall from head to toes.
Ball-jointed head, ball-jointed chest, ball-jointed shoulders, hinged elbows, swivel-hinged wrists, swivel waist, ball-jointed hips, hinged knees, hinged calves, ball jointed ankles.
Cockitrus – 3x Feet (open, clawed, and closed feet), spear.
Cardinus – 3x Feet (open, clawed, and closed), spear.
Cockitrus and Cardinus are excellent figures and we are exceptionally fond of how well both figures were sculpted.