Part of the charm with Glyos is that it covers a lot of fannish bases, from little cartoons to minigames to customizable, construction pieces. The Task Force Volkriun Core Block is, on the surface, just a recolor of a block used to make other, larger creations but it was also shown in one of the animated shorts as a character unto itself, a snotty computer interacting with Glyans and other beings from the edge of space.
Sadly, it cannot actually talk, nor is it heavy enough to really work as a paperweight. So think of it as an amusing accessory or a start to a custom project.
Like other vinyl offerings, you can swap parts with the Rig or Armodoc, resulting in a variety of fun creations. The block also has places designed with cuttable holes, so you can pop in arms or guns from other Onell vinyl releases. I can't bring myself to cut into something if I just have one, so for me this versatile building block is going to stay together. Because it needs to.
Calling it a "figure" is something of a misnomer, although fans of the line can justify it as a character with personality in that it had a few lines and could actually "talk" in the Onell Design cartoon.
With only one point of articulation and no face to speak of, this is a great item for customizers. If you aren't already on board with the whole Glyos customizing thing, or the line as a whole, you should probably skip this. Unless you watch the "Passcode" episode featuring it, in which case you'll probably want to get one. (Worked on me! I was planning on passing on these.) It doesn't do a lot as a toy, but it is oddly fun to play with and have hang out with your other Glyos toys.
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