Help Battle Armor She-Ra doll and her trusty steed, Swift Wind, on their mission to fight for justice and overthrow The Evil Horde! Fans of DreamWorks She-Ra and the Princesses of Power can recreate their favorite action-Packed scenes, or imagine new ones, with She-Ra doll and her magical alicorn, Swift Wind. She-Ra doll resembles her onscreen character in a look featuring her iconic battle armor, gauntlets, boots and winged tiara. with 11 "joints" -- in the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips and knees -- this mighty warrior princess doll is ready for action-storytelling and powerful poses! She-Ra is powerful, but she's even stronger with her majestic allicorn by her side. She-Ra doll can clip onto the back of Swift Wind to ride along, and when young fans move the alicorn up and down to make him "fly," his soft, rainbow-colored wings flap! Carrying her magical Sword of Protection accessory and dressed in her iconic battle armor, Battle Armor She-Ra doll is perfect for imaginative action-play. This collectible doll makes a great gift for 6 year-olds and up.
Recommended but watch out for joint/articulation problems
4 out of 5 stars
Ren - 6 months ago, Verified purchaser
Great set and mostly because of the horse. Swiftwind is a single piece, so like most barbie style horses/unicorns I guess. The wings are a fun action feature that I think will appeal more to kids playing than an adult collector (they are fabric covered springy plastic tabs so they flap like wings when you shake the horse). The She-Ra in the set I got was a disappointment. Her left arm looks like it was mangled in assembly, like something snipped the joint peg (I'm afraid to move it because I imagine only a couple attempts and she'd be an amputee). Other than that she is okay. The skirt is removable and can be used with other dolls. She does have different boots than the regular She-Ra (these are all gold). The armor is glued onto the doll I think so she won't be changing clothes much.
Got this in today and so far I'm pleased with it. The Battle Armor She-Ra looks great and Horsey looks like a modified mold of the old vintage Swiftwind but only bigger. I will say Horsey (As I'm naming him) has some good things and bad.
Good: Combable Hair, there's a clip on his back to put She-Ra in to hold her and nicely detailed.
Bad: The wings are the weakest part as they're nothing but silk like fabric, also I don't recommend removing the wings once they're locked in.
In total its a nice set and Battle Armor She-Ra looks great and if you have regular She-Ra change out their boots, the look 100 times better.