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Alright, so I got three broadsides pretty cheap recently and am building them up. One thing I've come to notice is they have little ball plastic ankles that attached to big metal feet and are top heavy. I'm pretty sure somewhere thats going to end in disaster. How is everyone else out there support the weight on their broadsides?
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I personally have never noticed a big problem keeping broadsides upright, but I do see where you might be concerned. One model on display down at my local comic shop comes to mind here though. This particular broadside has what I would assume to be lengths of plasticard extending down the skinny part of the legs and widening out at the feet, seemingly allowing for far better stability. Makes sense, both in terms of fluff and practicality. Wish I could get some pictures, but the shop is downtown and I'm stuck in suburbia.
You could out the railguns on the arms and the missile launchers on the shoulders.
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Or you could pin the legs through the ankles, through the feet and into the base.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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