Infinity: Mercenaries - The Fat Yuan Yuan Limited Edition Model (2)

Infinity: Mercenaries - The Fat Yuan Yuan Limited Edition Model (2)

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Brutal and devastating: we could define the Yuan Yuan pirates and mercenaries in those terms, but there is no Yuan Yuan more devastating than the Fat Yuan Yuan. A rumor of the fat Yuan Yuan's existence caught the attention of the Infinity community on the forums and won a legion of fans who wanted a figure of this charismatic character, and that day has arrived.

A special noodles-box-shaped package that contains two limited edition models, three special badges, and a Lo Pan’s Menu with the Fat Yuan Yuan background.


Miniatures are supplied unpainted and some assembly may be required.

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  • 5
    Best delivery on what started as a joke ever

    Posted by Spenser on May 12th 2017

    It's amazing. In addition to being the perfect follow through on an inside joke, the product quality and design is just as good as everything else CB puts out.

  • 5
    Top Tier FAT ¥¥

    Posted by Unknown on May 7th 2017

    This noodle box, if you can go so far as to acquire it, comes with two models, three pins, and a cutesy menu. [e.g. of what you can find on Lo Pan's menu: "It's not fish but it lives in water."]The model itself does justice to the magnanimity of the character in question, weighing half more than the analogous Yuan Yuan in red veil, with a great set 3D CAD sculpts. Appreciating it in you hands it looks even fatter in the pictures. Parts assemble rather nicely. There's a bit of scenery for basing both models, namely one jet stream and one pile of garbage. The face is rather jovial and expressive. It's up to your own discretion if its worth the price, in this you're namely getting a pair of mercenaries normally available to one sectorial, and/or what is essentially an HVT with the noodle eating one.

    Given how there's already a sculpt from the Red Veil Yuan Yuan, and that similar analogues of the Father Knight, Al Fasid, Reverend Moira, and Van Zant have gotten generic releases up to a year later, it's probably not that unlikely that the Yuan Yuans will get a regular release later, besides the box that already exists.