Flux Convoy wrote:So what exactly are you trying to say. Rodimus isn't radically out of scale?
As orangeitis said, the decision to make the MPs in scale with each otehr came after the MP Rodimus Convoy toy was made. Though, As Rodicmus Convoy, the toy IS in scale since both Convoy and Rodimus Convoy were the same height. It's only as Hot Rodimus that he's out of scale.
Flux Convoy wrote:A MP Sideswipe SHOULD be as small as a voyager?
It is when they're trying for show-accurate sizes.
Flux Convoy wrote:You can't possibly tell me that's an acceptable size for the money and believe it.
The size is fine. It's the price that's outrageous.
Flux Convoy wrote:If that's the case, we already got Alternators/BT Sideswipe to fill that gap.
He's not G1-accurate, nor does he fit in the Masterpiece toyline.
Flux Convoy wrote:I don't need Sideswipe to fit in the GD trailer that I'm storing in the first place. What I need in such a figure is a nicely sized representation of him that boils down all the essentials into one good toy.
If you don't want it, don't buy it.
Flux Convoy wrote:
Also, bear in mind how often that official scale guide is rendered moot in the show.
See image above.
Joetx wrote:Where is the Scale Guide from, Sabrblade?
The Ark book.
If you've read Exodus, wanna read the War For Cybertron comic? PM me.
Shadowman wrote:This is Sabrblade we're talking about. His ability to store trivial information about TV shows is downright superhuman.
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