NewFoundStarscreamLuv wrote:me and my friends combine all the time. Sometimes I even combine by myself if no one is around.
Evil_the_Nub wrote:AoE Galvatron's backpack can be used as an actual backpack.
-Kanrabat- wrote:Well, as said in the Toy Haul Thread before, Me and Will went to the flea market to hunt down some TFs. There was a big drill-thing from the Cybertron line. Will didn't like it so I grabbed it instead. Sure, his transformation is basically him lying down on his stomach but still, his bot mode was awesome enough. He had his cyberkey but a broken tab for his claw. I knew it was from the Giant Planet so he must have a minicon., No minicon in sight. So, I basically haggled his price down to 12$ (from 14$).
Once at the bus stop, I fiddled whit it. I randomly discovered that his chest can open like some cockpit... and there he was, the minicon in all of his glory! I laughed and cheered as if I won the lottery Jackpot! Also, the minicon was perfect!
So, at home, I checked out who this TF was. Cybertron Menasor, 100% complete, in near perfect condition! For just around 10$!
That was a find that was WAY better than expected!
_I_Am_Megatron_ wrote:Maybe like this, it doesn't tab or plug into anything though.
SJ21 wrote:You can fold beast hunters Megatron into a pretty convincing Sharkticon Gnaw. He now fits into my Classics shelf!
-Kanrabat- wrote:SJ21 wrote:You can fold beast hunters Megatron into a pretty convincing Sharkticon Gnaw. He now fits into my Classics shelf!
Nemesis Primal wrote:JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:Guys, better check your simpler AoE figures if you have them! Remember that Japanese clear Prime repaint that had that pin in the foot? The One Step and Power Attacker figures seem to have them as well according to Spada. What is up with that?
IIRC, the One Step Changer and Power Attacker figures are meant to ride the big one-step "Stomp and Chomp" Grimlock figure coming out in the fall, and that it'll be able to tell whether the figure riding him is Autobot or Decepticon and make different noises accordingly. If I had to guess, the toe tags are his way of telling friend from foe.
I have a Power Attacker Swoop, but no other simplified figures, so I'm not ready to do much speculating at this point... But are all the pins in the robot mode's right foot?
-Kanrabat- wrote:Animated voyager Starscream... His foreams have tidbits that can separate to make a EMP charger or something. The only way I discovered this is because I recently got a scrap one and I was fiddling with it to see what can detach by itself.