I'm not going to go into Monstructor's history in the fiction, because as I've stated before, I don't really like him as a character anymore.
|I don't care how cool he looks|
One thing that may shock some of you is that Monstructor really isn't a brick - he actually has some articulation! His head doesn't turn, and his arms can only move up and down at the shoulders, but he does have some hidden articulation thanks to his combination scheme.
|Run, Monstructor! Run!|
Have you ever noticed how short Monstructor is? I've been told before that he's short, but I never really appreciated just how small until I compared him to some other figures.
Overall, I'm pretty pleased with myself for getting Monstructor. He was the last US G1 combiner that I needed, and now I have that category completed. Thanks to the constant stress I'm under over the ticking clock of crumbledom, I can definitely state that I will no longer buy any figures that I can't pose or touch thanks to GPS. I just feel bad that I have something that I can only stare at, and not touch. It makes me feel like I'm a kid again and looking at my dad's stereo.
There you have it, after nearly two months, Monstructor is done. And thus ends the first set of figures that I bought thanks to the influence of someone else. One thing that I realized while doing all of these Monster Pretenders is that I don't think I'll be doing individual posts on fusilateral quintrocombiners again unless they've done something in the fiction. I'd really like to thank flywheels for his input on this purchase. I wonder what the next figure will be?