- Motto: "Ain't nobody got time fo dat....."
- Weapon: Null-Ray Rifle
I love Botcon mold speculation as much as just about anyone, but this is what I hate. Everyone suddenly knows everything about all matters concerning mold selection, and then discussions turn more into what can't be done rather than what may be done, and most of the 'experts' end up being wrong anyway.
"They can't use this becuase it was used five years ago for an in store exclusive in Peru..."
"They can;t use this because it was first produced on an even numbered day in an odd numbered month, so it's obviously licensed for the live action movies..."
For starters, the Club may attempt for unity in designs or aesthetics, but if it doesn't work out, they don't seem to care too much. Look at last years' set....ROTF Bludgeon? I think it really was out of the aesthetic the rest of the Generations-style figures presented. (Thank you JelZe, but I don't care what lines they belong to or were marketed under and I know Bludgeon and Tracks essentially shared the same HFTD line. I just don't care.)
In the even they can not match up a figure with the aesthetic of the rest of the set, are we honestly supposed to believe that they just cancel plans on the figure until a more unified set of toys becomes available down the road? Well, they failed with the Kup and ROTF Dirge mold. Those two aren't really presenting a unified front.
Secondly, yes, TFCC Runabout and -amok did come out within the same time frame as SG Tracks, so I'm not entirely convinced that it is impossible for the Club to make multiple uses of the same mold in the same time frame.