|Scooby-Doo Fiendish Foes Tower Playset by Character Options
The package lists the contents as:
- 1 x Torment Tower
- 1 x Scooby
- 1 x Shaggy
- 1 x 1000V Man
- 1 x Dracula
- 1 x Skeleton Man
- 6 x Coins
- 1 x Torment Table
|The Dungeon Tower
There is a cauldron on the top of the playset, with a small hole that goes down into the dungeon tower. Additionally, one of the plastic coins that the set comes with can fit into a slot in the cauldron and block that hole. It looks to me like this may have been a "slime" playset before it was repurposed. You could put a figure in the tower, fill the cauldron with slime, and then remove the coin from the slot, causing the slime to ooze down onto the action figure. I don't have any slime handy to try this out, but that's what it looks like to me.
The coins are another oddity. They all have a pirate skull on one side, and the face of a Scooby-Doo character on the other. The 6 coins that I got had 1 Ghost of Redbeard, 1 Pirate Scooby, 2 Pirate Freddies, and 2 The Beast of Bottomless Lakes. There are holes on the outside of the tower that the coins pop in to. What purpose is being served by this? I don't know.
|Tower and Coins
|Tremble in Fear Before the Deadly "Torment Table!"
The 5 action figures are all great looking figures that look to have stepped straight out of the cartoons. However, the articulation on the figures varies greatly.
|Dracula Stalks His Prey
|10,000 Volt Ghost
Skeleton Man and Shaggy are articulated at the neck, shoulders, elbows, hips, and knees. Scooby has all of that PLUS a rotating tail, so I guess he wins.
|You can get some decent "running" poses from Scooby and Shaggy, which is nice.
|The Slime Hole
|The Torment Table Sets Off the Decor of the Dungeon Nicely