Lucky Draw Transformers Prime Optimus Prime Gold Version
Friday, April 27th, 2012 9:47am CDTCategories: Cartoon News, Toy News
Posted by: Mach Views: 29,989
Collectors can purchase the Transformers Prime that are release in May 2012, and find the "Campaign Code" in the toy instruction sheet.
In order to qualify for the lottery, collectors need to collect any of the 2 "Campaign Code" to participate.
The Campaign Code are hidden in:
a) Transformers Prime Arms Micron Series
b) Transformers Prime EZ Collections
c) Transformers Prime Arms Micron Gacha Series
The top prize is Gold Optimus Prime. Prize B is Optimus Prime Sound Stage, Prize C is Arms Micron. Finally the Prize D is the special poster.
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Credit(s): Takara Tomy
This article was last modified on Friday, April 27th, 2012 2:41pm CDT
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1: I don't collect EZ/Cyberverse. They just look cheap and nasty like a McDonalds toy.
2: While I might be tempted by AM/Microns the only ones I'm interested in are Arcee and Ratchet but if they use stickers instead of paint (which I suspect is true), I probably won't get them.
3: If I wanted an Optimus Prime from TF:Prime it'd have to be the FE mold. The RiD mold has odd proportions and to make the whole thing gold would be tacky.
4: It's a lottery/lucky draw. I wouldn't hold my breath on winning something so random even if they accepted foreign entrants. Competition/lottery laws will vary in different countries which is why such things never cross borders.