As I got more and more interested in Armorvors, I realised I'd missed two drops prior to the drop I'd joined in with. Hunting down those particular Armorvors wasn't easy (or cheap), but the feeling once I had them in hand was great! It was at that point I decided to continue my collection and attempt to own one of each production Armorvor that was produced - something that as of writing this I'm still managing to do. Furthermore, through chatting to other collectors and custom figure painters (thanks again Eric S) I ended up starting to custom paint a variety of figures, including Armorvors, featuring a range of custom animal heads cast by TheGodBeast. This Armorovor 'obsession' also lead me to purchasing the most prized piece in my collection - a metallic blue prototype Armorvor, a one of a kind figure in that particular colour scheme, from the original prototype batch. It's a great feeling to know that you own a figure that no one else anywhere has! I then decided to share my Armorvor obsession with others by setting up 'The Armorvor Archive' Facebook page, featuring picture galleries, facts and information on all things Vor.
Al Sharpe (BigBurty) runs the Armorvor Archive on facebook, showing off the best of the wolf-headed warrior. He can also be found making customs on the October Toys forums, over at the Little Rubber Guys site, and on Instagram as _BigBurty_.
Also, This picture is how he actually looks.....