Rhinox! Tarantulus! The Beast Wars are lighting up the Transformers Earth Wars this weekend as these two old favorites arrive at last! Also announced are the new Protectobot and Terrorcon teams! We no doubt have a Defensor and Abominus on the way gang.
Are you most of the way to completing these new teams? Is it time for the Beast Wars fandom to rise up and roar in the Earth War?
Well, let's be real, there's never a bad time for that.
Let us know about your current victories and woes in the forum and stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Rhinox & Tarantulas are joining the Earth Wars this weekend!
Bah-weep-graaaaagnah wheep nini bong! Rhinox & Tarantulas are joining the Earth Wars this weekend!
Fight in this event to unlock a 2, 3 or 4-Star Rhinox or Tarantulas and get:
- Up to 1,500 3-Star Shards
- Up to 800 4-Star Shards
- Up to 5 Silver Power Core Chips
- Up to 1 Gold Power Core Chip
- And Bonus XP per Battle!
Go for the extra mile and unlock extra Spark from the hardest tiers and rank among the TOP 500 Alliances for guaranteed rewards! Event type: Alliance Leaderboard Start Date: 26/07/19 10:00 UTC End Date: 29/07/19 10:00 UTC Prestige Allowed: None Bonus Experience: Triple XP! How to Participate?
Join an Alliance and reach HQ Level 4!
Tap the Event button!
Select an Event Battle Zone to fight in!
Win your battle and gather Battle Points!
Continue to earn Battle Points!
Secure your rank on the Event Leaderboard!
Win amazing guaranteed prizes!
Alliance Leaderboards allow you to earn Battle Points after redeeming all of your tiered prizes. Leaderboard Prizes are awarded based on your rank in relation to other Alliances in the game.
Only the top 40 alliance members Battle Point contributions will count towards your Alliance’s Leaderboard score.
Leaderboard Prizes are distributed at the end of the event and may take some time to process and appear. Event Battle Zones
New Bots: Rhinox and Tarantulas Rhinox & Tarantulas are joining the ranks this weekend!
Let us share their ability as we’ve tweaked them since last week to make them more balanced.
Life Stealing Charge:
Rush into combat imprisoning buildings on your path for 7 seconds. The vines deal damage per second, slows down defences by 70% and heals your nearby allies by a percentage of the defence’s damage value per second.
Life Stealing Charge:
Rush into combat imprisoning buildings on your path for 7 seconds. The web deals damage per second, slows down defences by 70% and heals your nearby allies by a percentage of the defence’s damage value per second.
As usual, their challenge battle will be available via in-game newsfeed prior to the weekend event.
Two new teams have been added to the collections the Protectobots and Terrorcons.
The Protectobots are a team of emergency, rescue and law enforcement bots dedicated to the protection of humans and their homes.
The Terrorcons are savage beings, sometimes little more than feral creatures. True to their name, they tend to inspire terror in their enemies.
Check out the collections after the content release this Thursday!
Prime League: Update
With the launch of Prime League, one of the top feedback we had was for some kind of reward for participating alliances due to the league’s difficulty. So we have enabled the following rewards for the Alliance that loses the war.
250 Premium Shards
This change will go live this Thursday with a content release.
The competition for most wins has finished on Wednesday 24/07/19 10:00 UTC and the result will be announced in the newsfeed and newsletter!
Bug Fixes / Updates
The following bug fixes/updates are coming to the game this Thursday with a content release.
Skylynx/Blitzwing regular damage were of the same type warrior’s and the HQ were resistant to it.
This should not be the case since Skylynx/Blitzwing is not a warrior and this has now been fixed. This means that their melee attack will also deal less damage to walls.
Sludge/Straxus ability icon would sometimes not being displayed correctly in battle.
This is now fixed.
Stasis mines will now activate straight away instead of a second after they are triggered. This is to stop a number of issues from happening when players activated a bot's ability after he triggered the mine. Quintus Prime Core, the Sharkticon would sometimes push it into buildings and wall when summoned from the bot in a confined space.
In order to mitigate this issue, the Sharkticon are now summoned further away from the bot.
Silverbolt/Thundercracker The damage over time effect from the special ability could be stacked multiple times on a single target.
This is no longer the case.
Presenting the newest Transformers to join the Earth Wars: Rhinox & Tarantulas!
Join Ioannis, Deb, Fabien and/or Jairo who will be talking about game improvements, new features, upcoming bots and more!
GenCon is coming up next week, and with it comes a whole new meta with not just the Siege cards but also the slew of promos we got over the San Diego Comic Con weekend! Sure, not everyone was able to get them, but many people were, and that means you're likely to see a whole bunch of people trying on Soundwave or the Omnibots on for size. Not only that, but with the advent of black pips making Pierce not just an easily reachable damage cap, but a powerful damage effect for defensive decks with low attack totals. With these new additions to the meta, how will the meta shift before GenCon begins and what should you play at the game fair? Let's dive in!
I think, as a whole, the entire format is going to slow down thanks to the black pip, Battle Masters and an increased reliance on Bold for more offensive decks to be countered easily by Acid Storm. But does that mean that the format has a bad case of the "blues"? Well, not exactly. Let me explain by going into the first deck that I'd like to cover, which is Aerialbots.
Aerialbots wrote:Silverbolt -- Aerialbot Leader (5*)
Skydive -- Air Warfare Specialist (5*)
Fireflight -- Sky High Recon (5*)
Air Raid -- Reckless Flyer (5*)
Alpha Bravo -- Airborne Special Ops (5*)
This is what, I think, an average Aerialbot list is going to look like. At least, this is what I would play if I were going to make the trip to GenCon. You might want to put a few more black pips in there to start with, such as Hiding Spot to effectively force your opponent to attack Skydive as much as possible, but generally speaking this is what an average list will look like in many cases with the only exception being a few cards in the sideboard.
Before we get into that, let's dive into the main list. Basically, you already play quite a few cards that give you Pierce in the first place. Playing a few black pips will help maximize the amount of Pierce you can do without bogging down your flips with potentially bad defensive flips. This is why Smoke Cloak and Steady Shot are both so powerful. Not only do they allow you to play fairly solid cards during your turn with Steady Shot being the major player in that regard, but you will never be sad to see them flip given the fact that they have both a black pip for offense and a blue for defense. They are both very solid cards, and if you're playing Blue/Black you should definitely be playing them.
So, all that aside, the rest of the list is fairly average. The exception is that I put a few interesting cards in the sideboard for your consideration, including Infiltrate for the aggro matchups as well as Omega Supreme for everything else.
Optimus will likely be the general side-in for most cases, having incredible utility and power and will often just out-value your opponent especially with cards like Marksmanship, Steady Shot, Inferno Breath and more in your deck to help increase his damage even further than you already will be with a Noble's Blaster. Plus, in a defensive list, he'll be incredibly hard to take down, especially with Fireflight using Brave to keep the major heat off him. Fireflight is so good, in fact, that I included a character in the sideboard for you to consider just because of his versatility.
You see, Omega Supreme really likes it when his partner is attacked instead of him. Omega's HP isn't as large as Metroplex, but if you only take two at a time and your partner defends the rest of it, well, you'll be lasting a long time to make the most of your powerful offensive potential. Since Fireflight has Brave, you can put Reinforced Plating on him (as well as Enemy Combat Analysis if you're facing the mirror) and you can force your opponent to attack him, dealing minimal damage thanks to Fireflight's defensive upgrades, which you can then move off to Omega to make the both of them last.
Omega is a lot like starting the game with Superion in play. Sure, sometimes that's not for the best and you'd be missing out on the time and value that your other parts give you, but sometimes the matchup just requires it, especially against Mirror. I think that Omega is super underrated in this metagame, and I think that the slower the format gets, the more viable he becomes. In fact, you can even use UFO to get even more value out of him, but even I think that might be a bit much, investment-wise.
Forgotten, but not lost.
Speaking of underrated cards, I'd like to point out possibly the most underrated card out of Wave 1: Aerial Recon. Aerial Recon has been an absolute boon in my playtesting thanks to not only its scry effect, but its defensive boost on a Utility. Sure, it's an orange pip and that makes me only a little sad, but when you consider the fact that you're going to be defending that much more damage on cards like Fireflight on a practically immovable Upgrade thanks to its Utility nature, Aerial Recon finds its value extremely quickly.
Plus, if you happen to swing for more Pierce than attack, it is always nice to flip one offensively to give yourself that extra oomph to get the job done. But that said, it is an orange pip which means that there's a pretty good chance that you'll flip it at the wrong time, potentially messing up your defense of a powerful attack. Think of it like playing a blank card in your deck, of which this plays none. You can use Aerial Recon to powerfully boost your defensive stats, and when you get to keep it, you get to put it on Superion to boost his stats even more than your Armor already is.
If you're playing Aerialbots, try this card out. You won't regret it.
The meta has certainly slowed thanks to the introduction of the black pip with Siege, but I'd like to point out that it hasn't slowed down to a crawl, at least not yet. With the introduction of Siege, the "old guard" of Insecticons and Cars can certainly look different in their updated forms. Will that updated form lead to wins against decks like Three Wide Primes and the new Shockwave deck that seems to be on the rise? Well, let's take a look at a list for each of them and see for ourselves:
2 Backup Plan (W)
2 Bashing Shield (O)(G)
3 Erratic Lightning (O)
2 Flamethrower (O)
3 Force Field (W)
3 Grenade Launcher (O)
3 I Still Function!
3 Improvised Shield (O)(O)
2 Mining Pick (O)
3 Peace Through Tyranny (O)
3 Power Punch (O)
3 Reckless Charge (O)
2 Static Laser of Ironhide (O)
3 Supercharge (O)
3 Swarm! (O)
Chop Shop - Sneaky Insecticon (6*)
3 Bad Attitude
3 Repair Bay (O)
2 Frag Toss (W)
2 Enforcement Batons (O)(G)
The Insecticon list hasn't changed much over the eons, but that's kind of the beauty of it. You see, when you have the massive amount of power that the Insecticons have, you don't really need to consider too much in terms of what to play outside of things that increase your damage. In fact, the mainboard for the Insecticons hasn't changed at all from my Origins list. That said, however, with the advent of Acid Storm and Dampening Field being popular sideboards to counter the Insecticon playstyle, you need to play a few things to ease the burden.
For example, if you happen to face off against an Acid Storm or a W-5 deck, you would end up dropping the Flamethrower and either Supercharge or Bashing Shield for Frag Toss as well as adding the spicy Enforcement Batons. You see, Frag Toss gets you a nice bit of Action damage that can not only function as extra Swarms in your deck, but also functioning as another way to activate Barrage's robot mode effect. You play this especially over One Shall Stands because it isn't a blank card. I've spoken at length about how I dislike blank cards and how they can mostly hurt you in the long run, but thanks to the fact that Frag Toss has a white pip, you can play it without worrying too much about your deck's pip consistency.
Enforcement Batons, however, are certainly an interesting add-in even by my standards. Let's dive into why I love this highly underutilized card:
The sticks of fury strike true! Yes, Enforcement Batons are actually a very, very good addition into sideboards going into GenCon. You see, as a whole, the metagame has slowed down thanks to better defensive cards. But in many cases, W-5 Blaster is honestly extremely powerful at not just stopping Bold effects, but also stopping Kickback from, well, existing. You see, when you have Kickback who flips cards to get his value, only flipping a certain amount of cards makes him ultimately worse. Plus, Battle Masters like Nightstick and Lionizer are frankly ridiculous at getting value, especially used in tandem with characters like Battlefield Legend or similarly strong characters.
That's why Enforcement Batons are so strong. You see, by using them as effectively a Bashing Shield for Battle Masters like Nightstick, you're going to get an immense amount of value out of it. Plus, when it has outlived its usefulness, you aren't exactly losing anything offensively with the orange pip and +1 Attack. Of course, it isn't like you're gaining anything offensively, either, but you're still getting rid of those pesky Nightsticks, Lionizer and even Ion Blaster of Optimus Prime.
Did I mention that it's a green pip so you can do this pretty much whenever you need to? Because it's a green pip that you can use pretty much whenever you need to.
Sadly, there isn't much in the way of removal for W-5 Blaster insofar as something as strong as Bashing Shield. With the advent of Personal Targeting Drone as well as Device Virus, one could make the case that simply using those would make an easy removal. That would be a lie, of course, simply because Personal Targeting Drone is awful. However, Crushing Size could be a savior in that regard. Getting to draw a card in the down-time of when your opponent is not playing a W-5 is quite a powerful effect, and being a white pip is certainly not a bad thing for consistency. But, that said, Crushing Size doesn't have a green pip, so you can be sure that you'll seldom have it when you want it.
Could Crushing Size be the savior Kickback has been waiting for?
Probably not. But it's a nice thought!
Cars wrote:Private Downshift -- Special Ops, Security Agent (8*)
Wheeljack -- Weapon Inventor (9*)
Prowl -- Military Strategist (6*)
2 Mounted Missiles (O)(O) (2*)
3 Confidence (O)
3 Supercharge (O)
3 Reckless Charge (O)
2 Press the Advantage (O)(G)
2 Start Your Engines (B)
2 Backup Plan (W)
3 Peace Through Tyranny (O)(O)
3 Grenade Launcher (O)
3 Erratic Lightning (O)
3 Power Punch (O)
3 Turbo Boosters (O)
3 Field Communicator (W)
2 Bashing Shield (O)(G)
Cliffjumper -- Renegade Warrior (8)
2 Heroic Team-Up (2*)
2 Enforcement Batons (O)(G)
1 Press the Advantage (O)(G)
3 Force Field (W)
2 Heat of Battle (W)
Cars is still a strong mid-range deck that features consistent damage output, though not quite as powerful as Insecticons in the raw damage department, that makes up for it with moderate defensive capabilities that translate into more attacks during the untap phase.
Sadly, the major cause for your defeats usually revolve around someone out DPS-ing you. In other words, you get one-hit on the first turn of the game by an Insecticon and you end up losing the aggression battle. It's why Cars has always had an awful matchup against Insecticons and other, similarly aggressive decks.
That's where Downshift comes in. The Omnibot may be part of the Comic Con booster pack, and without his two compatriots he may seem under-powered, but the simple fact that he can attach a free Weapon to himself on the first turn of the game, then give himself Bold 1 is frankly ridiculous value, especially on the first turn of the game.
Let's dive into that for a little bit:
On the first turn, you can attach a Grenade Launcher to Downshift, giving him 8 Attack with Bold 1 on the first turn of the game. Something is going to die, especially against things like Lionizer, Insecticons and Aerialbots where the average HP is usually low.
The thing you need to consider, though, is that with your newfound power, you also have a lower Star Count which you can increase your deck power with. Mounted Missiles not only help you increase your pip strength, but they also increase your Weapon count to make the turn one play that much easier. Even better, you increase your potential damage by attaching it to Downshift's Utility slot, opening up your weapon slot for an even more powerful weapon.
But that's not all! You see, Downshift also happens to be a Car that Upgrades itself, making Wheeljack incredibly happy in that you can use Downshift to Upgrade himself, draw a card and then potentially discard a Weapon to not only buff Downshift but also activate Wheeljack's Robot Mode ability at the same time.
If you managed to get a Comic Con pack, you need to try this combo. Sure, he doesn't do as much damage as Bumblebee in the mid-game, and he lacks the draw power of Bumblebee, but his early game potential has the ability to completely annihilate a character before your opponent even gets to use them.
I absolutely adore Downshift in Cars for that reason, and you should too. Sure, yes, it is part of the Comic Con Pack and that makes it exclusive, but the point is, there are way more uses for the Omnibots than just their own composition.
GenCon starts on the 1st of August, and with it comes a new metagame. With the powerful additions of black pips, Omnibots and even the Cassettes, the meta is growing steadily, but that's not all. The meta is also steadily refining itself. This is where rogue decks can finally make purchase.
With a large card pool and more refined field, rogue decks or rogue derivatives of meta decks can shift the matchups that their derivatives normally had. That combined with the sideboard can create a vastly more creative metagame, and one that I can barely contain my excitement for.
I cannot wait to see what comes out of GenCon. With the meta slowing down slightly, you can play different, less conventional lists. In fact, I'd be interested to see if Dreadwing or even Black Constructicons make a showing, but that's probably just wishful thinking.
Sadly, I decided not to attend GenCon this year. I already have my invite to the Energon Invitational, and aside from clout and maybe a bit of money if I do well enough, there isn't too much reason to "grinch" people out of their invite. You'll just have to manage without my ugly mug this time around!
What do you think will be at GenCon this year? What kind of decks will make the best showing? Are you considering other decks with single Omnibots or do you think that they can only be viable as the full squad? Let me know in the comments below, and I will see you next time!
Dragging their beaten and battered Transformer fan carcasses across the finish line our Seibertronian troops on the front lines of the SDCC2019 brought us this last video of Transformers Masterpiece Movie MPM-8 Megatron, MPM-9 Jazz and Ghostbusters MP-10G Optimus Prime! Close ups so good you think you'll get slimed by Optimus's new green pal and the amazing Movie Megatron could just reach out and detach your fingers at the knuckles.
Enjoy the view after the jump and don't forget to share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forums. and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
After surviving the onslaught (Onslaught?) of Hasbro and Siege and Unicron and Studio Series reveals our brave Seibertronians on the scene at the SDCC2019 captured even more video for us!
In the first video you'll see upcoming releases for the Cyberverse line such Ark Power Optimus Prime Spark Armor Cheetor, Spark Armor Optimus Prime, also Prowl, Grimlock, Jetfire, Starscream, Bumblebee and Alpha Trion! And for the Rescue Bots line you'll see bots such as the new 4 pack with Whirl, Hoist, Wedge and Hot Shot, the Mega Mighties Hot Shot and Bumblebee, and 'East 2DO' two step transformation 'bots such as Motorcycle alt mode Grimlock, Brushfire, Hot Shot, Truck alt mode Bumblebee, Heatwave the Fire-Bot and Chase the Police-Bot. Enjoy the view after the jump!
Here you'll see the #SDCC2019 Exclusive Con Crew set in various states of 'Con inspired cosplay, what the new Series 3 standard five packs and blind packs look like, and the Arcade Renegades Surprise set. Enjoy the view after the jump!
Make sure to share your thoughts in the forums and stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
They say that many of those who videoed Unicron at the SDCC2019 weren't able to pull out of the tractor beam maw of the monolithic menace. They say they were sucked in and couldn't return...
Yeah, but not our guys!
Not only did our fellow Seibertronians secure video of the turqoise titan, but they also have nice clear video pans of the entire showcase of new Transformers War for Cybertron Siege figures including Astrotrain, Apeface, the new Micromaster ten pack, Spinister, Crosshairs, the new Exclusives like the fan vote 3 pack, Studio Series figures like Long Haul and Hightower, KSI Boss, and the G1 Soundwave reissue with his mini-minions!
For a sweet pan around of the Chaos Bringer just watch the video below, just remember, steel your courage and you should be fine:
For an awesome view of all the new Siege figures on their way including the exclusives from every angle available click the video below:
For the upcoming Studio Series releases click below. Not much new here but these are some great live views from multiple angles. That KSI Boss paint job is, wait for it, so boss:
I don't even have to ask, you're already cuing up your Soundwave impressions, I can feel it. For some great views of the bot with the chest that houses the rest the Sonic Iconic himself click on the video below:
Enjoy the views and share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forums. And be sure to stick to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Our own troops were at the 'Con this last weekend and got some great video of the Hasbro brand panel going over the 35th anniversary of Transformers. Here's some highlights from the panel:
Ben Montano, Michael Hauser, John Warden, Ran Sun, Takahashi Kunihiro, and Flint Dille.
New Licensed Products featured:
Snowboards and skies from Gilson
Transformers art book from VIZ.
3A Bumblebee Movie Optimus Prime
Hasbro Pulse T-Shirts will look at the past, present, and future.
Hall of Fame
Flint Dille has been inducted into the Transformers Hall of Fame.
Takahashi Kunihiro inducted into the Transformers Hall of Fame.
Power of the Spark is new focus, showing a video clip about Spark Armor.
Skybyte wants to defeat Jetfire in the clip showing.
New video showing Cyberverse TV Commercials.
New Character designs:
Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Skybyte, Jetfire, and Grimlock.
SDCC Convention Exclusives:
Ghostbusters crossover MP Optimus Prime and BotBox Con Crew
War for Cybertron: SIEGE:
New figures coming same day.
Crosshairs - Deluxe
Spinster - Deluxe
Apeface - Voyager
Astrotrain - Leader
Refraktor Reconnaissance Team - 3-Pack
G1 Colors Reflector Homage.
Krezmeek is a blast accessory (genius)
WFC Fan Vote Battle 3-Pack Box Set
Impactor, Mirage, and Power dasher
Decepticon Phantom Strike Squadron Siege Battle Pack
Autobot Alphastrike Counterforce Siege Battle Pack
Entertainment Earth Exclusive Generations Selects
Galactic Man Shockwave Recolor
Pre-orders for all of these begin TODAY at 5:30 pm PST at most online retailers where otherwise noted exclusives.
2020 WFC Fan Vote
Winner is Runamuck.
Transformers: Galaxies Comic
Previews of new comic series coming September 2019.
Unicron - The Making Of...
Flint Dille wants the head of Unicron to be removable, but its not going to happen.
Flint also wants a Junkion planet for Unicron to eat.
Takahashi Kunihiro talking about working on Unicron, in Japanese. Showing plans and designs.
With Unicron they could physically sketch it out on a desk, so he did it at 1/3 the size and enlarged it.
One of the challenges of making the sphere if the planet mode was being able to hide the robot parts.
Later he made models out of Styrofoam to decide on the right sphere size.
The front has 12 teeth and they open and close in one phase.
They need backers to make this happen. Please support the project.
Hasrbo will be giving away Unicron posters at 3:30pm in the Hasbro booth.
End of panel.
The video runs at about 43 minutes so pop some pop corn, grab some bots to fiddle with and buckle up for some sweet 'Con action! Now close your eyes, excellent. That's it, deep breath, it's like you're pratically there. Enjoy the view and share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forum. And stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Transformers Siege Ratchet was revealed officially at SDCC 2019 but only now are we getting the official images that were first shown in the Transformers panel. While he is essentially the same mold as Ironhide, with different sculpted details, the designers went an extra step with Ratchet and showed that he can have a third mode. This third mode is a repair station, to homage his G1 sled. His new weapon becomes a surgical tool and attaches itself onto this repair station where you can place a bot who is in dire need of help. Well either that or he is operating on himself, you choose. The images come from Autobase Aichi.
This figure will be coming to Walgreens in the US in the 2019 holiday season and as for Canada, EB games are currently taking in store preorders. This toy is already out in Hong Kong, exclusively at Toysrus.
Just in from the Seibertron Groundforce Attack Squad are heaps of new images for your Transformer viewing pleasure!
We have the new Transformers G1 reissues including Soundwave and the new cassettes available for their first time in the US Gurafi and Noizu Here (78 images). Make sure to take note of the great close up of their new G1 styled bios.
We've got the nasty neon nuisances the Siege Rainmakers Ion Storm, Nova Storm, and Acid Storm three pack Here (33 images). Just bring an umbrella and leave any conductive metals away from your persons before heading into the gallery.
We've got some great comprehensive images of the new Micromaster 10 pack including Road Police, Wheel Blaze, Ground shaker, Over Air, Recon, Irontread, Nightflight, Slyhopper, Cratermaker, and Pipeline Here (37 images):
The absolutely amazing G1 styled Refraktor three pack with three unique Refraktors each with their own distinct accessories (including Kremzeek!)gallery can be found Here (52 images):
And last but not least we've got the rest of the War for Cybertron Siege reveals such as Skywarp and his Phantom Strike Squadron, The Alphastrike Counterforce with Grand Slam and Autoclone Sideswipe, Ratchet, Greenlight, Mirage, Barricade, the Fan Vote Winner three pack featuring the awesome IDW styled Decepticon Impactor, Holo-Mirage, and just about the most adorable new addition to the Autobot ranks ever there was Power Dasher Aragon! Granted he transforms into an arsenal that could take down an entire Decepticon battalion, but adorable none the less!
You can find those images Here (81 images):
As always enjoy the views and share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forums. And be sure to stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest in Transformers #SDCC2019 news!
We also have a new image gallery of the Masterpiece 2007 Movie Megatron with Jazz pieces! This dynamic beast comes with all the appropriate flails and fallen enemies to complete your Transformers movie dioramas. Click on the link above of any of the images below to go to the gallery.
As always enjoy the views and share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forums. And stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
In our gallery here you'll see the #SDCC2019 Exclusive Con Crew set in various states of 'Con inspired cosplay, what the new Series 3 standard five packs and blind packs look like, and the Arcade Renegades Surprise set.
Our new Cyberverse gallery has images of Ark Power Optimus Prime Spark Armor Cheetor, Spark Armor Optimus Prime, also Prowl, Grimlock, Jetfire, Starscream, Bumblebee and Alpha Trion!
Be sure to stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
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