Its name is a damned mouthful! The Zorennor Exploration Division Crayboth Senyrith is named such, I believe, because Onell Design honcho Matt Doughty is likely a sharp tack who wants to remind me just how bad I am with naming things. Oh sure, I say I'm bad with names, but this proves it-- I am devoid of creativity. While I realize this isn't exactly a well-thought-out review, at four bucks, you really ought to get one. Well, not this one, as it's sold out. Go get another one if you can, because it's eBay or bust for the Zorennor Exploration Division Crayboth at this point. As they're cheap and trickled out slowly, these are repaints I always look forward to seeing. I hope they make more, and I really hope that Onell makes other similar squat minifigures in this exact style. When I fantasize about designing my own action figure line, they're pretty much exactly like this in terms of construction, so it's wonderful to see someone out there make a small, durable, cheap toy that's fun to mess with.
The figure has the same basic sculpt as the other Crayboth figures, which are all basically sized just a bit shorter than a LEGO figure. They have jointed arms and legs, and look like they're some sort of next-generation Battle Beasts which were from some alternate universe early 1990s that had really slick and weird space toys. Each arm has a Glyos peg on it, and every limb can be removed and swapped around. His right arm has a rounded end which looks like a gun from Mega Man or Metroid's Samus Aran. The left arm is a nifty claw thing, which really drives home the connection to Battle Beasts if you ask me. He has little tiny blue eyes, black "panel lines" everywhere, and some blue highlights bringing him to life.
The little white Crayboth was a surprise item in the March drop, and is one of (by my count) at least 12 members of his... species? Race? Viral strain? I'm not sure. But what I do know is I love these little buggers and I wish I could find the 3 I'm still missing. Get an army of the little guys if you can, you won't be sorry. Well, maybe you will be. It's possible. But get at least 2 or 3 to have to play with, I think you'll have fun with them.
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