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Here I go again, buying yet another Character Model Original Doll and reviewing it. I already have an Angel Dust/Neo doll kit, but I wasn't particularly happy about it, as you can read here. This time I bought a different character of the same manga, Musia. I was initially planning to get her instead of Marino but just couldn't find her.

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Just like Marino, this doll came unassembed as a gift to the Character Model magazine subscribers. She also has a Elegant Collection Body by Volks (although a shorter one, 22 cm tall) and a cast head which is proportional but a bit too heavy with all this plastic hair. The face colour doesn't match the skin (again).

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Musia can boast three detailed costumes. Note that the name on her back is spelt as Mucia. The plastic ribbons are attached with pegs but they are loose and won't stay in their places.

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The second dress is actually an apron, and it makes the whole thing look absolutely hentai. 

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Musia's Emulate outfit definitely has a Magical Girl feel about it, and, unfortunately, it is coincidentally made of the same dreaded crumbling fabric as Card Captor Sakura's second costume. The boots, for a reason unknown, are made of two parts each, and they tend to fall apart all the time. However, the doll looks quite impressive in this outfit.

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Basically, out of all four Character Model dolls that I have, Musia has the best quality but still shares the same flaws, such as mismatching skin and unsteady parts of the outfits. 

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