Unboxing Tenchi Masaki (McFarlane Toys, 2000)

Norrin has been collecting toys (and keeping them safely inside of their original packaging) for a little over 20 years now. And the time has come to break the seals, tear the tape, and see what's actually inside of these boxes. We will be seeing him open flea-market finds (with dog eared cardboard and pushed in plastic) right along with his mint-in-box exclusive editions. Who wants to play with some toys? 

Our nineteenth unboxing is the Tenchi Masaki figure put out by McFarlane Toys as part of their 3D Animation From Japan line released in 2000. He comes packaged with a figure base, an energy shield, and 2 swords. 
Tenchi Masaki is the main protagonist of the Tenchi Muyo! metaseries. Tenchi's name literally means 'Heaven and Earth.' It is the same as 'Tenchi' in the Shinto Kojiki which contains some of Japan's oldest myths and legends.

Tenchi is a normal boy until a number of alien girls arrive at his house. Some or all of the girls, depending on the continuity, fall in love with him, with him accepting none of their advances as a gentleman and because he cares much more about the family unit than he does about romantic conquests.