Peely! From what I've gathered through looking at the Fortnite wiki, P-1000 was created when Jonesy turned Peely into a smoothie and then built him a robotic body. Wow! That's incredibly weird, isn't it? I like that the Fortnite line gives us some very fun, random, and wacky toys, although I have to admit that P-1000 has some real problems. Let's check out P-1000 after the break and see why there are a few bad spots on this banana....
* Last up is a worried looking face. I imagine this is what Peely looked like before he got blended, or maybe when Jonesy say he's feeling thirsty.
* Like Ruin, P-1000 comes with the Epic and Legendary version of the standard Submachine Gun from the game. This looks like a very modified version of the FN P90 with a cool new paintjob. I've commented before that there's something about the design of these weapons that remind me of the weapon models from GoldenEye 007 on Nintendo 64, so here's a good old RC-P90 for you!
* While the Fortnite: Legendary Series figures generally have excellent articulation, P-1000 is very disappointing. He's clearly built differently than most other figures to capture the robotic nature of the character but the overall articulation is woefully lacking. There's really very little you can do with this guy, sadly.
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