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ItsAllTrue Review: Rawshark
Studios’ Callgrim Centurion

And of course part of that learning is letting go and building your own creations. My collector mentality is still present – each time I build something I like, I want to buy another figure so I can have my latest creation and still get to build new stuff. With the Callgrim, I’ve had a ton of fun with the “rifle” pieces and the variety of weapons you can build out of them. Just like Glyos, where it’s hard to believe how much variety the Phase Arm sets add to them, the “backpack” pieces give you the option to create plenty of custom accessories (and appendages, if you so choose – doesn’t that Dome (above, right) figure look awesome?).

In the picture above, the little guy on the right has been a lot of fun. He’s certainly miniscule compared to the huge creations I’ve seen online from builders more talented than myself, but I love the little guy. When/if the Centurion Callgrim or the Lorcassic Dome comes back in stock, I’m going to have to grab one so I can keep this guy around – yeah, that collector part never completely goes away…

A Callgrim will set you back $10 plus shipping. That does sound a little high, but again, this is something you’re going to play with. I buy a fair share of toys at $13, $15, $20, and up and they get tinkered with and go on the shelf for display. For $10, I’m getting a toy that can be disassembled and rebuilt into a variety of figures. Even if I didn’t play with them – I could still look up at my shelf, decide I’m tired of the current configuration and build myself a new figure on the spot. That’s well worth $10 in my book.

Callgrim Centurion is currently sold out, but plenty of other great colorways can be found at Callgrim.Com.

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Studios’ Callgrim Centurion