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Battle Tribes Wave 2 Action Figures Coming Later Tonight

Toy company Spy Monkey has revealed the second series in their striking line of buildable Battle Tribes figures. The second wave of florid action figures sees its official launch later today, featuring all-new fully painted ‘Battle Builders.’

The second wave includes three brand new colours for the unpainted Tribe builder figures (via. Action Figure Insider), as well as 4 builders from the company’s original wave of toys. As seen in the images below, some of the colours for unpainted figures include both Clear and Crystal Green, Ice Blue and Crimson.

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Sporting a fetching 10 points of articulation, each figure will ship with removable armour, weapons and shield. They’ll also come with 5 additional head sculpts, as well as 21 compatible parts, allowing you to build your own  vibrant warrior.

The fully painted DX figures will each be priced at $15, whilst the unpainted figures will ship for $10 each. In the first hour of sale, the DX figures will be limited to one per customer, whilst unpainted figures will have a limit of two. As stocks are limited, however, once they’re gone – they’re gone.

The second wave of Battle Tribes figures will become available today at 6PM PST via Spy Monkey’s official store. That’s 2AM tomorrow for UK fans.

Spy Monkey creations is known for its production of collectible action figures that come with interchangeable body parts. Their other lines include their Weaponeers of Monkaa series, featuring a collection of hardy action figures that look to be inspired by the Transformers series. You can visit their official website here.

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.

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