This Frame Arms Girl utilizes a completely new model design.The signature sub‐arms of the Frame Arms Greifen are recreated in the Frame Arms Girl Greifen as an oversized mecha suit.Similar to the Frame Arms Hresvelgr, which was also designed by Tomotake Kinoshita, Greifen’s mecha suit can be converted into a...
This Frame Arms Girl utilizes a completely new model design.
The signature sub‐arms of the Frame Arms Greifen are recreated in the Frame Arms Girl Greifen as an oversized mecha suit.
Similar to the Frame Arms Hresvelgr, which was also designed by Tomotake Kinoshita, Greifen’s mecha suit can be converted into a two‐legged vehicle which is also compatible with other Frame Arms Girls.
The fingers on the mecha hands are moveable.
The mecha suit is equipped with 3mm connection points, making it compatible with existing parts from the M.S.G and Frame Arms series.
The model comes with a clear helmet based on the helmet parts from the original Frame Arms Greifen. The Frame Arms Girl also comes with modified hair parts to use with the helmet.
In her unarmed form, Greifen can use the hand knife, rocket launcher, and machine gun as weapons.
The model comes with three interchangeable face parts: “looking forward,” “looking right,” and “smiling/looking left.”
The face parts are pre‐printed, allowing you to easily recreate the model’s default appearance without paint or decals.
The included beret is fully detachable.
The model uses the same joint parts as the Hresvelgr Frame Arms Girl.
The model can be displayed with either a necktie or mecha parts based on the Frame Arms Greifen.
The connection shaft for the thighs is a sliding joint, allowing for a wider range of movement.
The wrists are equipped with a ball joint that are compatible with the hand parts from existing Frame Arms Girls, allowing for a wide range of poses and customizations.
The model comes with four types of hands (closed, open 1, open 2, holding weapons).