I just realized that the pics in this page were taken from d*l*ng.net. Are you sure that the owner of that Korean gunpla review site didn't mind if we put her/his pics here? As far as I know, most people are too stingy to share their work on the internet even though it was just in the shape of a picture/photo or a game guide. Those guys in g*m*f*qs.com & d*v*ant*rt.com are the obvious examples of this... Pronunciation (talk) 11:50, March 16, 2013 (UTC)
Useful Resources for Gunpla Information
Here is a list of useful resource websites for Gunpla information:
- Gunpla Taizen (Japanese). Comprehensive listing of all Gunpla kits as of mid-2015, including limited edition and exclusive releases.
- Gundam Guy. Gives updates on upcoming Gunpla releases, including release date and price.
- Hobby Search. Includes box, runner, and instruction manual scans for each Gunpla.
This is a guide to the terminology used on the notes portion of each Gunpla article:
- Many MS units have various upgrades such as additional armor and weapons or different backpack or armor configurations; as such, the Gunpla of the upgraded unit will feature recycled parts of the original unit. For example, the RGM-89S Stark Jegan (HGUC-104) uses the base parts of the RGM-89 Jegan (HGUC-097). In nearly all cases, the parts variant kit will have leftover parts from the original kit such as an incomplete head and unusable joint parts.
- Most MS units, especially the mass production types, have different color schemes based either by rank or squadron, or by prototype stage. A good example is the MS-06F2 Zaku II F2 Type, which is available in Zeon (HGUC-105) and EFSF (HGUC-107) colors. Some color variants may have different parts, but do not qualify as a parts variant. For example, the Quess Paraya version of the MSN-03 Jagd Doga (HGUC-084) differs from the Gyunei Guss version (HGUC-083) with a different head piece and weapon; aside from a different color scheme and the said parts, both kits are completely identical.