Because pink is tough! So, we've come to the second biggie in my collection of remakes from my childhood. Hun-Grrr was my seventh Transformer, if I remember correctly. I bought him along with #8 on a visit to some distant older relatives. They had a bunch more, including Sandstorm, but finally I settled for Hun-Grrr and the very mysterious #8 since I already had two members of the Terrorcons and even back then I was a bit clever. When I restarted collecting in 2003-2004, Hun-Grrr, #8 and Cutthroat were some of the figures I brought to my dorm room and kickstarted my collection. Completing Abominus was one of the first things I did, and he's been with me ever since. I always liked Hun-Grrr for being extremely posable for a G1 figure. Obviously this has made him slightly loose by now but he's still in good shape and complete save for the gun which I never got. The existence of Cybertron Scourge was one of the inspirations for this project since he would make such an excellent Hun-Grrr. And it seems that Hasbro has the same idea with the Legends figure on the way. Anyway, I made a digibash back in early April and got myself a Cryo Scourge (who was both cheaper and had better colors to start from). After finishing Blurr and my World of Warcraft character, it was time for Hun-Grrr. I finally had to cave in and get a soldering pen because the pin holding his loincloth simply wouldn't budge. Other than that and prying off a side of his torso that turned out to be screwed on from inside, dismantling him was a breeze. I decided to throw out all the electronics in this one. Since Blot and Cutthroat are fully transformable, being fairly simple Beast Wars molds, I had to do the same to this one. Most joints are filed down, and while it still chips a _little_, I'm happy with him. Above all, he's very posable and can take some cool poses. It's just a shame that I can't spare any MP style hands since it would be even better to hold his axe in two hands. Hun-Grrr was spray coated with white and light grey primer. The grey was then color matched to the original figure and the gunmetal and purple details were painted on. All the white was then varnished. I decided to keep the blue joint mechanics, both because they would chip like crazy and, luckily, Hun-Grrr has a few spots of light blue on him so I could stay with the original scheme. I'm also keeping the extra two heads upright. The idea is that Hun-Grrr reformatted to a three-headed dragon but got his spark slightly changed in the progress. Now the two heads act like his good and bad side, advising him on what to do, with the good head obviously having blue Autobot eyes.