The initial release has fiery red hair and boots, candy red translucent accessories, and has as its main identifier, green eyes on the snake harness. The staff is shorter than normal, and the shield has a slight deformation on the edge. The dots in the eyes are hand painted, resulting in uneven pupils. This figure is so rare that it has only been found a handful of times in collections, and has never seen MOC. It's believed that it might have only been released for promotional purposes.
Curiously, these accessory molds seem to have been transferred to Mexico, since the Aurimat Teela has a short staff and indentation on the shield.
The next version was released on the initial 8-Back card, and the figure is just like the previous, except without the painted green eyes on the harness, and with a now corrected shield mold. The staff is the normal size, yet these accessories are still translucent, and dark red.
As the Taiwan Teela production moved along, the hair and boots began to change from a bright red to reddish-brown, to brown colors. The hair and boots don’t always match in tone, so you can have red hair/brown boots Teelas, and vice versa. The accessories became more opaque, and a lighter red color. The eyes are applied evenly, with pupils of the same size and distance (probably applied now by paint mask).
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: 1. Bronze armor highlights on an off-white bodysuit 2. Light-tan skin tones (similar skin color as He-Man Taiwan) 3. Bright red or reddish-brown hair and boots 4. Semi-translucent dark-red or mid-red accessories