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, 2-piece shield, knife, and sword.
Non-Scalper Price: $35 dollars
Sculpted by: Four Horsemen Studios
* On the left is Purrrplor while Cowarros is on the right. While the both use the same bodies their armor is different from one another. Purrrplor probably shares his armored bits with many other figures but I recognize the waist, gloves, boots, and pauldrons from the Orc Legion Builder 3.
* Like Cowarros, Purrrplor features a mixture of reused parts, new elements, and an excellent paintjob to make a character that really stands out. The purple and green look excellent together and definitely make this figure "feel" so very different from Cowarros. Purrrplor uses the same body parts as Cowarros, but his armored parts are different. To give him a more animalistic appearance the collar across Purrrplor's chest and his neck are an extra piece that fits over a standard Mythic Legions neck. I do wish the full body were furry rather than just the neck and head, but overall this guy is quite impressive.
* Purrrplor has the same headsculpt as Cowarros but the fact that he has all green eyes with no pupils definitely makes Purrrplor seem more fearsome. While Cowarros seemed a bit too passive for a warrior cat, Purrrplor looks far more menacing and ruthless. It's amazing what a difference simple paint changes can make to how we perceive an action figure!
Most of the Mythic Legions figures include pauldrons and Purrrplor is no exception. He's rocking some metallic green pauldrons. They're removable and plug into the the back of the neck piece. Purrrplor's are a lot more wicked looking than Cowarros', as they're covered with lots of sharp edges and lots of dents and dings.
* Most Mythic Legions figures include an alternate head and Purrrplor includes an alternate unmasked Orc head. This Orc is purple, to match the body, and does allow for you to create too very different figures. Just pop off the neck piece and put this head on and you have another Orc for your legions if you wish. Obviously I'm keeping the figure as Purrrplor, but it's always nice to have some options!
* The armored gloves match up with the rest of the armor as they're quite wicked looking as well. Sharp, jagged, and battle worn.
* Purrrplor not only is sporting armor around his midsection but he's also got a furry, purple cat tail. I love it!
* The boots match the rest of Purrrplor's set of armor and look like they could serve some pretty nasty purposes in combat for sure.
* Purrrplor's sword is incredible. I love the curved blade and the extra spiky hilt! This thing is wicked. While it's probably reused from another figure this is the first time I've seen it. The runes and details on the blade are also really nicely done, making this thing stand out even more.
* The shield is gorgeous, too! I love the elegant design. It definitely looks like something design by the elves in The Lord of the Rings with it's gorgeous, rounded edges. The green highlights do help to tie it back in with Purrrplor's armor, though. The handle is a separate piece that attaches onto the back of the shield very securely.
* Last up, Purrrplor carries a really nasty looking dagger or short sword. It reminds me of a handsaw as much as it reminds me of a dagger, which probably only makes it more disturbing.
* I think every figure I've purchased from this line so far has come with a belt with a slit for storing a weapon. While Purrrplor's sword won't fit in the loop, his dagger well. You can put it around his waist or across his chest.
* Maybe it's because the neck piece doesn't fit as well as it should but when posing Purrrplor his head has a tendency to pop off. The joint is fine on its own, but the sitting it on the balljoint over the neckpiece is what causes the problem.
*I really wish the figure had a furry body and not just fur on the tail, neck, and head. I had the same complaint with Cowarros. It really seems like a body sculpt worth investing in for the line at this point.
This is the first figure of Purrrplor I've reviewed. For more figures from Mythic Legions check out the following:
Orc Legion Builder 3