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Premium Bandai Zyuranger Guardian Beast Medal Set Announced


Premium Bandai Zyuranger Guardian Beast Medal Set Announced


The Super Sentai Artisan Dino Buckler only includes the Tyrannosaurus Medal, but Premium Bandai has you covered with the Guardian Beast Medal Set, including a total of seven Guardian Beast Medals.

While the Legacy Power Morpher came with all five of the original Power Coins, the Super Sentai Artisan Dino Buckler is only including the Tyrannosaurus Guardian Beast Medal. To release all the coins, as well cater to those that may want the coins without buying the Dino Buckler itself, Premium Bandai’s Gashapon Department is releasing a Guardian Beast Medal Set.

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The set itself includes a total of seven Guardian Beast Medals. Within the set is the Guardian Beast Medals for Tyrannosaurus, Zyu Mammoth, Triceratops, Pteranodon, Saber Tiger, and Dragon Caesar. Also included within the set  is a bonus Guardian Medal featuring the main five components of Daizyujin, a design featured in the final shot of the Zyuranger’s roll call segment. Each coin fits comfortably inside the Super Sentai Artisan Dino Buckler, and thus the Legacy Power Morpher as well.

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The coins, despite being the same size as the Legacy Power Morpher Power Coins, appears to be all new sculpts that differ slightly from their American counterparts. Each coin’s back includes the iconic Zyuranger “Z” logo, as well as the “Zyuranger Kyoryusentai” text, similar to the text on the Dino Buckler.

The set will release via Premium Bandai alongside the Dino Buckler in March, 2016 for ¥4,860 before shipping and middleman fees.

Source: Premium Bandai

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