Developed as test unit for the newest line of Frame Arms, Baselard was originally schedule for discontinuation after the rollout of SX-25. However, due to the demands of the war, several Baselard units were repurposed for use in battle. Amongst these, several units modified with parts from SX-25 were seen in battle. These units were registered as SX-25 Cutlass.
An updated version of its predecessor Baselard, Cutlass features a new color scheme and alternative weapons.
The model features a gray and wine red color scheme, giving it a fresh appearance.
The model includes two new weapons; the IR-P13 Shot Rifle and Beryl Dagger.
The Beryl Daggers can be displayed in the model’s hands, attached to its feet, or combined into a “Defense Rotor” shield.
The ankle joints use updated parts with improved stability and flexibility.
The “face” part and daggers are made of clear plastic.
The model’s thigh joints consist of updated parts that boast a wider range of flexibility perfect for a variety of dynamic action poses.
The model includes a set of hand parts designed to securely hold the weapons.
This updated version of the model uses Frame Architect Renewal ver. giving it a wider range of flexibility and more stability than previous versions.
For ages 15+
Choking Hazard-small parts may not be suitable for children under 3, adult supervision is required.