Series: Thirty-Two (2016)
Nunchuk (version 5) was released in the first shipment of the G.I. Joe Collectors' Club Figure Subscription Service volume 4. He shipped with Law & Order (v7).
The Figure Subscription Service figures were given a number: Nunchuk was number 4-01.
Nunchuk came with a black helmet, a black bandolier, a black belt, a green and black sheath backpack, two silver and green swords, two silver and green sais, green nunchuks connected by black string, a black dart, a green and black dart case, and a black display stand.
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York
Primary Specialty: Self Defense Instructor
Secondary Specialty: Martial Arts Weapons Expert
Motto: "You take the three on the left; I'll deal with the other seventeen."
NUNCHUK studied mystic fighting forms at the school of a mysterious blind master in Denver, Colorado. Driven by the need to perfect his form, he moved to San Francisco and enrolled in a martial arts school where his distinctive style caught the eye of the sensei, STORM SHADOW. There, he was personally trained to specialize in nunchaku attack styles, utilizing the terrifying form known as the "Samurai Smash."
The U.S. military prepares its soldiers to defend themselves against the enemy with tough training that makes them strong, fast, and unflinching in the face of danger. NUNCHUK has prepared the G.I. JOE team to defend themselves against enemies who may use the martial arts in close quarters combat. While the team may be uninterested in the more mystical aspects, they are enthusiastic about the techniques that give them powerful ways to defend themselves in hand-to-hand combat.
No variations of Nunchuk (v5) are known to exist.
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Original Retail: $54.00
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