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I ordered a couple of WWRp Berties, which came in a couple weeks ago. I've been slackerly about getting this post up.
So, for comparison, here's a pic of Bramble with Dirty Deeds Bertie.
I'm not sure it's clear, but Bertie's quite a bit smaller than Bramble: a little shorter, and a lot less bulky. Their hands and legs are very similar, with Bertie's being scaled down from the ones on Bramble, but otherwise identical. Bertie's got a bit less articulation, owing to the way his head is mounted. While Bramble's manhole cover cranium is mounted on a ball joint, Bertie's is mounted on a swivel.
Bertie's pouches are also on a belt, instead of being hung directly from hooks around the body. We'll come back to that in a moment.
The World War Robot bots all seem to come in a veritable multitude of paint schemes. I only bought two, because, while they're neat, I'm not actually made of money (whatever my profligacy might lead one to assume).
Each Bertie also comes with a Cube robot, in part, I assume, to make up for the lack of mass relative to Bramble. Each Cube is painted to match the Bertie it accompanies.
Sandy [redacted] Bertie is in brown and tan desert colors.
Dirty Deeds Bertie comes in black.
Most Berties will be equipped like Desert Bertie or Bramble: minigun, ammo belt, pouches, and large ammo canister on their back. The Dirty Deeds guys are a little different, and come with a machete, and a baggie of heads.
And a pistol. Mustn't forget the revolver. (The cylinder rotates freely, actually.) The belt o' pouches that Deeds is equipped with is slightly different, to accomodate the revolver with a holster. As with Bramble, the pouches and belt are canvas, with plastic hardware (Deeds' holster uses velcro, FWIW).
I do have a couple complaints. Both of my Berties seem to be missing a belt loop (I couldn't get a good picture of this). It seems to be the same loop, so it may be intentional. One of Desert Bertie's is mashed such that it's practically unusable:
This seems to drop the belt far enough in the back to accomodate the huge ammo canister, so this might also
be intentional, I'm not sure. However, I'm pretty sure this is a manufacturing defect:
That gap there is because the ammo canister appears to have deformed some during manufacturing. None of the problems are serious enough to want to ship stuff back to maybe be replaced if there's remaining stock, but it's something to look out for.
ETA: one complaint: a mesh bag (or something) for Dirty Deeds Bertie to tote his head collection around in would have been nice. The plastic baggy doesn't look right, but I don't want the heads laying around loose, either.Um ... Also, Cubey is a little creepy. And he keeps staring at me..... helpme.0. What? It's a perfectly cromulent word.