Height: 7 inches
Articulation: Double swivel hinge ankles, swivel/hinge knees, swivel thighs, H-hinged hips, balljointed tail, balljointed waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel forearms, swivel/hinge wrists, and a balljointed head.
Accessories: Two pauldrons, neck piece, chest strap, two interchangeable heads, three wing connectors, two 2-piece shields, and a sword.
Non-Scalper Price: $35 dollars
Sculpted by: Four Horsemen Studios
* Mythic Legions reuses many body parts from previous figures so my guess is that most of these parts are reused here. Still, it's the overall presentation and paintwork that really makes this guy shine. The paintwork is excellent and really does pay excellent homage to Battle Cat's iconic design. The colors really pop and the addition of all of the red armor truly ties the figure together as it beautifully matches the look of Battle Cat's classic armor and helmet. To give Cowarros a larger, more animal-like appearance, the neck piece (everything from the brown "necklace" up to the head) is a separate piece that slides over the neck when the head is removed. It's a cool way of adding some more personality to the figure and, if it isn't your thing, it is easily removable.
* Cowarros has an incredible headsculpt that looks very realistic rather than stylized. I love the detail in the fur and the paint work on the stripes and eyes makes for a rather striking portrait. It might be a bit too passive for a warrior cat but the sculpt is still quite nice.
* To make this guy look really, really cool you can give him some pauldrons. Both the neck piece and the figure's torso have holes for the pauldron pieces, so they can just plug in quite easily. The look fantastic, especially due to the metallic highlights on them.
* Cowarros is wearing some pretty serious looking armor around his waist. It's nicely sculpted, features intricately painted metallic highlights, and is molded from a very soft rubbery plastic which ensures that the articulation isn't impeded at all.
* Since he's a cat, Cowarros has a tail. Not only is it fuzzy and curled, but it's also balljointed. I like this, for some reason. It's just funny.
* As an extra, maybe in case you just want to build an armor of orcs, Four Horsemen Studios tossed in an extra orc head, complete with a red helmet. It's the same headsculpt that came with Orc Legion Builder 3 figure (and probably other figures, too) but it's a cool extra.
* I love this sword! The metallic red hilt and pommel go beautifully with the metallic blue blade. It's a very regal, very noble looking sword Cowarros looks excellent wielding it.
* To stow the sword away when he's not using it, Cowarros has a strap that can fit across his shoulder. There's a slit in the strap that allows for the blade to slide in and stay securely on Cowarro's back.
* Cowarros also comes with two shields (the wrist clips are separate pieces) that feature wooden interiors with beautiful metallic edges. I wonder why Cowarros comes with two shields, though? Maybe to kind of replicate the look of Battle Cat's "shoulder" armor in the 200x series (which the Four Horsemen designed and sculpted)?
* Cowarros includes three pieces which I'm not sure about, but I believe they're intended to allow you to attach wings and other pieces onto the back of the figure. There is a rectangular slot on the back of the figure that can accommodate any of the three parts. They don't mean anything to me but for collectors of this line, they're probably useful for customizing.
* I do want to point out that the Mythic Legions line actually has completely collector friendly packaging. Like the Boss Fight Studios releases, the Mythic Legions packaging can be opened and resealed easily. The blister card has edges that hold the cardboard backer card in place (which features beautiful card art from Nathan Baertsch).
* I have two negatives here: First, the legs and ankles are a bit loose. Not terribly loose, but definitely loose enough that it takes a bit of work to get him to stand in some poses.
* Second, I do wish that the Four Horsemen had actually used a body that looked furry and fuzzy. The tail and head are fuzzy, but the body is smooth, just like the regular human or orc bodies.
This is the first action figure of Cowarros I've reviewed on the site. For more Mythic Legions reviews, check out the following:
Mythic Legions by Four Horsemen Studios
Orc Legion Builder 3