|Bandai Grune 4" Deluxe Figure|
|Accessories||Bow, Arrow, Arrow stand, Mace|
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Grune the Warrior was one of the first figures in the first wave of the 4 Inch Deluxe figures produced by Bandai Toys as part of their toyline based on the ThunderCats (2011) cartoon series. The figure was based on the cartoon version of Grune (2011).
Just like other figures in the sub-line, the Grune figure stood 4 inches tall and was fitted with the "ThunderLynx" action feature as well as having many points of articulation. The figure also came together with weapons and accessories.
Also included with the figure was an instruction sheet which described, with illustrations, how to fit each of the accessory onto the figure as well as how to use the figure's "ThunderLynx" system to interact with other toys in the line.
1. ThunderLynx System: This figure, like many of the figures in the Bandai 2011 ThunderCats line, had the unique "ThunderLynx" system. The figure was embedded with a special magnet that interacted with and activated unique action features in other vehicles and playsets such as the ThunderRacer, Lizard Cannon, ThunderTank and Tower of Omens.
2. Poseable limbs, head and torso: The figure had 14 points of articulation in various parts of its body. This allowed the figure to be posed in a variety of action poses.
1. Bow: Made of yellow plastic, the bow was designed to fit into the figure's hand.
2. Arrow: Made of yellow plastic, the arrow was designed to fit into the figure's hand. The arrow would also fit onto the bow or could be stored inside the arrow stand.
3. Arrow Stand: Made of yellow plastic, the arrow stand was designed to fit into the figure's hand.
4. Mace: Made of yellow and brown plastic, the mace was similar in appearance to the one wielded by Grune in the cartoon series. It was designed to fit into the figure's hand. When placed onto Grune's back, the Mace would activate the ThunderLynx feature and cause the Mace to extend.
- A version of Grune with a ThunderCats logo was released in small amounts, rather than the double snake logo.