Am I the only one who thinks Windblade/Slipstream is a decent mold? I think the reason people hated it so much mostly stemmed from the terrible quality of Hasbro Windblade. Gap in the back of the jet mode aside, Takara Slipstream feels fine in terms of quality, tabs, joints, etc. Makes me really wanna get Takara Windblade now (shame I can't just get the Hasbro version, but I'd rather not deal with stress marks and loose joints everywhere).
A lot of Transformers were just repaints anyway. Cliffjumper was just a red Bumblebee, Sunstreaker was just a yellow...Uh...I forget the other dudes name. Ultra Magnus was literally a White Optimus with armor you attached to him.
And the various seekers. And....Etc.
It's just how it's always been. Nothing wrong with repaints as long as they make sense (ie: Cliffjumper->Bumblebee) and not something retarded like the Springer->Hot Rod repaint.
You realize that a vast chunk of the franchise wouldn't exist without repaints, right? We would simply get far less product overall. This has been explained a billion times.
Nearly all toy companies reuse pieces and sculpts to some degree, and it's even more understandable on Transformers, where the toys have to consider engineering and multiple modes along with aesthetics and colors.
You have to consider logistics when you're critiquing something, otherwise you're just an idiot making noise.
>mfw Energon Treadbolt is now female >A repaint of Armada Scavenger >Female I mean don't get me wrong, I'd totally love a qt bulldozer fembot, but...why? Of all the molds, why that one? The one that looks about as far from female as humanly possible?
Rapid Run I could understand. But Treadbolt? And why ANOTHER goddamn Autobot? Why not one of the Energon Constructicons if they wanted more fembots? Then we'd have some more female 'cons.
>tfw we will never get a properly feminine Constructicon with armour-plated thunder thighs
>>5256915 I feel the same way, I have Takara Windblade and I think she's a fine jetformer in terms of what is out nowadays. We really just don't have any really incredible figures that have come out lately. I'm pretty sure Terradive is one of the best jetformers from the last ten years.
>>5257030 >Spacewarp's Log, >You (and your friend Treadbolt) are quite... erm... blocky for a fembot. Were you protoformed like that?
>Wow, rude much? >I'll have you know plenty of mechs prefer a bot with a little junk in the trunk. The two of us and a femme named Strika (another larger gal, I'm sure not your type) hit the town just the other night and we got plenty of attention.
>>5257108 I'd say the face is the most strange part. Like Treadbolt you can use the same tweaking that Minerva had from toy to model. Although since Strika actually has curves, seems odd to compare to.
Do you have any personal headcanon for transformers, /tfg/?: >headmasters are made of a roller-like drone that forms the body and a small average intelligence bot that forms the head. when they combine, they essentially merge their AIs together and summon a third entity, similar to a gestalt >the stunticons all have some sort of mental illness >the combination sequence for gestalts is mentally traumatizing for the components, which is why combining is used as a last resort
>>5257288 My OC is RTS Mindset who is a Cybertron fundie, old friend of Ironhide, and gets reformatted as a decepticon stealth bomber. I still have to custom that one since I can't find the gen bomber Megatron for cheap.
Also, Onslaught plans Bruticus' limbs configuration for somewhat better efficiency.
Abominus is the most well-adjusted of the combiners
Swoop is akin to Ronnie Gardocki on the Shield in regards to his dynamic with the other Dinobots. He's the only normal, nice one of the group and the the only reason he hasn't bolted from them, is that A. he's got a rather largely misplaced sense of loyalty towards Grimlock and B. A fear that if he leaves, Slug/Slag will expose his role in covering up Slug/Slag's murder of fellow Autobots.
Slug/Slag is a serial killer who killed several dozen Autobots for fun over the war and then forced the other Dinobots to cover the crimes up.
Shattered Glass Prowl has pulled a Sat-Yr-9 and killed IDW Prowl right shortly after the start of the first IDW Transformers ongoing and has been impersonating him ever since.
Ratchet is Megatron's true arch enemy while Scorponok is Optimus Prime's
Ratbat manipulated and blackmailed his way into power.
>>5257169 Future shine and super glue are both superb materials when used properly and give a loose toy the missing sense of perfection. I've thought about making a video tutorial but I lack a decent camera but could make up for it with decent diagrams and explanations.
The basics is how much you use and how long you leave it to set depending on which material you use. Use 1/2 a drop of future in a joint, wipe the excess and it will start to tighten in 8 hours and have a strong cure in about 24 hours. For super glue, take the tip of the nozzle and try to make the glue bulge out just a tiny bit, don't pour it out, use a safety pin or other long needle like tool to grab a portion of the glue onto its tip, dip that small amount of glue into the ball joint or what ever friction joint it is and spread about the contact areas, gently move the joint around its full range of motion once so the glue spreads out, then every 5 or so seconds nudge it around gently so glue doesn't set. By using such tiny miniscule amounts of glue, you have no risk of freezing the joint, I can understand people being afraid of super glue, the they talk about pouring a drop directly into the joint then walking away to make tea or coffee or whatever but they don't understand that's exactly how you use glue to stick things together. Using the glue trick is like using a cheat, you're gradually not letting the glue set in place but it retains an added resistance because additional material is filling the gap in the friction joint as if the mating surfaces were closer together. Glue is very easy and immediate, I use polish for recessed friction joints because it flows very easily into these spots so they don't have to be taken apart, like the waist swivels on the Aerialbots, or the toe/thumbs for the handfoot guns.
>>5257318 >they're asking $22 in shipping >Why does freedom land charge so much? Jews. They just want that extra money on top of what you already pay for the toy, it'll cost a lot less than that to actually send it.
>>5257359 Most stores do their Christmas orderings at the end of summer. Releasing them in December would mean dooming it to never seeing the light of day as stores would not order it because they already tripled up orders for Christmas and will ride out what they ordered until late spring.
>>5257490 I've got FOC Blaster and Soundblaster. They're okay except for the arms, as you said. I'm not a fan of cybertronian altmodes (except for spaceships/jets) but this figure has a fun transformation at least. The eject gimmick is kinda cool as well. Just straighten the "backpack" out like a pinball plunger and push your thumb on the altmode "chair" part.
>>5257370 You know, I actually don't mind how the CW Combaticons look, Blast Off and Vortex included. Yeah, Vortex is a redecoed Alpha Bravo, but I feel like the AB head was made for Vortex anyway. The Quickslinger head is annoying, but he looks good on the whole.
Anyone else perfectly fine with the Hasbro Bruticus?
I like it, because it never made sense to me that Bruticus was all military vehicles, and then a random spaceship. I also like Rook taking Groove's place in Defensor, it makes more sense to me than a dinky cop motorcycle fitting as a limb on a huge combiner.
In the same vein, I hate that unless you get Brakeneck for Menasor, he's forced to have a off-road vehicle, because it doesn't fit his theme of high performance cars+transport trick for them in Motormaster. Same with Superion and Alpha Bravo. Doesn't fit the theme of jets jets and more jets.
>>5257288 >Optimus Prime's Roller drone is a pet robot he treats like a dog. >Primus wanted Cybertron reformatted technorganic so that Primal could use the Plasma Energy chamber to nuke Unicron while keeping Cybertron and it's populace relatively unharmed. >Primal, Lio Convoy, and Big Convoy are all brothers.
Optimus has had a lot of fucking terrible renditions over the years. Especially anything that gets rid of his faceplate and gives him lips. Doubly so with the ridiculous Beast Wars lips between the faceplates stuff.
>>5257414 G2 Stunticons are holy grails for TF fans. G2 versions of them and the Protectorbots were supposed to be released but were cancelled when Hasbro decided to stop reissuing older figures and focus on new figures around the second/third wave of the line.
A bare handful of them were made though for display purposes and the G2 Stunticons are considered the ultimate holy grail of the entire Transformers line due to their rarity.
In retrospect there were like a handful of bright figures.... but a ton of normal colors like Laser Rods and half of the later waves of G1 (after diaclone ran out) were bright.... Heck Perceptor was neon teal and red.
People remember G2 like Moonbeam City and Kung Fury remembers the 80s even though it didn't look like that.
The shuttle is classic, but a jet does fit the theme better. I'm good with either/or.
Also gonna buy an assload of Transformers later on.
UW Menasor, the Silver Optimus/G1 colored FoC Grimlock set (since it's cheaper than buying FoC Grimlock for whatever dumb fucking reason), Voyager Springer, CW Hot Rod, maybe an FoC Soundwave, maybe an FoC Shockwave too, and maybe a Generations Arcee, with a free Chromia off Big Bad.
Thats probably way more than a poor fuck like me wants to spend, and I still need a CW Magnus and Starscream. But they might go on sale, while this other shit is old as fuck scalper priced shit or imports and probably won't see a sale. But if I'm gonna have a Christmas this year, I'll have to buy it for me myself.
>>5257288 Tidal Wave and Shockwave are best buddies and hang about together, complaining about what a prick Megatron is. Scorponok and Blackarachnia are a couple. Soundwave can change his voice to whatever he wants using voice files on his cassettes for when his vocoded Dr Claw voice gets a bit rough on the throat module. His personal favourite voice is a scouse accent. Lazerback (or Razorback as I call him, because Lazerback is just stupid) is a horrible rape monster who can use his detachable tail/mace thing as a giant dong. Starscream actually has Megatron on the ropes and the only reason he doesn't take over the Decepticons is because he enjoys annoying Megatron and making him look a fool far more. Windblade is basically robot Lynn Minmay, except with traditional Japanese folk music instead of J-pop. Arcee is motherly, kind...and also a total nymphomaniac who goes slightly axe-crazy if she hasn't had a fuck in a while. She's slept with basically the entire Autobot crew (including other fembots) except for Optimus Prime, who has rejected her advances every time and wants to get her help for her problem.
>>5257890 I have both versions of lugnut, and a few megatrons, So I kinda like the idea that the megs are all trying to depose each other, and their best chance is to get the lugnuts on their side... Only they both see any megatron as God, and as such cant be disloyal, to/hurt any megatron as they see them all the same.
(kind of inspired by a line from the Truth, and a character from Fatal But Not serious)
I used to, because I liked to consider everyone the same universe, its fallen apart over the years.
Its too long for any real detail but genericly.
> G1 more or less as is... > Beast Wars was the split point. > Press on ship is chased by Maximal Ship and Autobot Security Force ship > Crash land on planet (not Earth). > Battles, stuff > Dinobot discovers his mentor Ramulus and his small screw are stationed on the planet as protectors of Optimus Prime's Tomb > Decepticon screw shows up, Gigatron outs BW Megatron because he is being incompetent > BW Megatron discovers the tomb of Prime, corrupts the body and Optimus Prime (As Leo Convoy) starts rampaging against everyone. > OpOo ends up putting him down. > Eventually we end up back on Cybertron. > Starscream (who started out possessing a shitty drone bot and working up in power, along with Tarantulas, Terrorsaur, and Skywarp work to reactivate an ancient super weapon they find, and get thwarted.
It kind of just went nowhere there. Generic Bots vs Cons shit.
Optimus Prime returns for real.
I also explain the "mixed ascetics" of combining lines as Transformers from other planets besides Cybertron. Almost everyone gets some sort of repurposed name.
This happens a lot these days and it irritates the fuck out of me as a collector.
I see new shit. Transformers, Marvel, whatever.
I can snatch it all up at once potentially straining my toy budget, or I can get a few now and a few later and space my enjoyment out.
The problem is, distribution is so fucked up I don't know if this will be the wave that appears once and vanishes forever or if it will be the wave that stores over stock that clogs the shelves for years.
>>5258021 When the protectobot limbs came (long before hotspot) they shelf warmed for ages, some stores just stopped having pegs for the damn things.
When the optimus maximus limbs rolled in I got off my high horse with takara and grabbed what may be the last 3 of them in my state, and thought I'd never touch the O.M limbs, then the sale came that had me score each at 20% off and during the first 2 days of said sale they're...gone.
Funnily enough voyagers and legends are apart of said sale, but no one touched the cyclonus's, and not the legends, seeing how the newest we got was skywarp and rodimus, never once seen huffer here.
>>5258025 as >>5258028 said, a redeco of RTS optimus evoking g2 laser optimus, once of many and very much loved
>>5258089 Such hate filled words have never been said before. I'd love to grab a CW recolor of those guys to fight again my RiD Prime, Ultra Magnus, and Autobot Brothers. Would needs TA Black Convoy, too, so to round out the squads. Never could enjoy the RiD Predacons, though Gigatron was a cool toy. He may be my biggest regret of never purchasing.
>It doesn't seem like Titan Masters have as many toys lined up from the start compared to CW, so it's possible that they'll use it for random-releases later on, including additional CW stuff. It's not that there's not much lined up, they just haven't revealed it all. We'll see the rest of the furst wave at ToyFair most likely.
>>5258326 Singapore has a buy ANY four limbs get one free Silverbolt promotion for around the last few months now. The nice thing is that Wildrider and Slingshot were considered a regular wave, not shop exclusive.
There's also a buy three RID15 warriors get one free Strongarm promotion too.
>>5258089 TFCC doesn't give a fuck about a dediated RiD theme, they had multiple chances to do it, but they skipped it. I can only assume it's because the show was too japanese for geewunners to enjoy. This is probably why we won't get any dedicated AEC themes down the line too probably.
They did a Machine Wars theme of all things and then they mucked it up more by throwing in random Beast Machines characters for the heck of it.
What are Titan Masters even supposed to be? Nothing comes to mind as 'titan' to me other than maybe Omega Supreme, Metroplex, Fortress Maximus, Trypticon, Primus, Unicron and Scorponok. And they can't be making a line solely of huge playset guys only, right?
>>5258531 I'm okay with this option heads would be nice. I wish Blitzwing was done later, he could have came with 3 different headmasters so people wouldn't bitch about having the face change gimmick on the Generations one.
>>5258551 The face changing gimmick wouldn't have been so maligned if it, you know, didn't suck, didn't overinflate his head, and didn't reduce the G1 Blitzwing update into an Animated Blitzwing redo instead.
Who gives a shit though? Kids won't know to make the joke, and shit, plenty of Transformers over the years have had names that translate pretty well to sex jokes. And if they're trying to make a grab at nostalgia, why bother to change the name?
I loved the Headmasters line as a kid, but I totally wouldn't recognize "Titanmasters" as an adult.
How are Arcee/Chromia/Windblade as figures, /toy/? The US versions. Arcee herself is usually fucking $35+ bux online, but people sell sets with her+the other 2 for around $60-70 pretty often. So it works out to around 23-ish a figure, more or less. What did they originally retail for, probably around $15 right?
Am I the only one that's kinda glad we're getting some of these CW Autobot repaints? It helps with the aftermarket prices of their earlier Classics versions a bit. Take Mirage for example. I kept seeing him for $25-35 on eBay and now you can get him for around $20 instead. Hopefully Universe Hound will end up cheaper for others to get, too. I had to pay like $40 to get a complete one.
>>5258724 I mean, they -did- do that with Brainstorm and the Fembots, no?
>>5257288 In my mind, Ultra Magnus and Megatron are best buddies and have been since before the war started. They even meet up in secret for some brodowns and frank discussions. Once upon a time, I was going to do an animated short of them playing golf. D'oh well...
In addition Magnus hates Galvatron because of the following sentence: "What happened to you, Megs? You used to be cool..."
>>5258749 >I mean, they -did- do that with Brainstorm and the Fembots, no? By accident. Arcee and Chromia were solicited for much earlier. Like April. Then suddenly cancelled and resolicited for September. Then bungled until late November or early December.
Seriously, don't hold your breath on the Combaticons showing up before 2016.
>>5258749 >Am I the only one that's kinda glad we're getting some of these CW Autobot repaints? It helps with the aftermarket prices of their earlier Classics versions a bit. Yes, you're the only one. I don't buy the toys just because I feel the need to fill some character checklist. I buy toys because I like the toys, and I don't like any of these shitty CW molds. Prowl looks nice, but at that rate, I've already got MP Prowl, who makes any other Prowl look like crap, so what's the point?
>>5257977 >Fuck proportions bigger is better. >a big, $50 leader class toy with hollow joints and shitty engineering is better than a $10 scout/legends class of solid quality You're one of those collectors who is part of the cancer.
Apparently people do cut the tab to make her weapons "fit" better, but personally, her hands are so thin from the pictures I'm looking at (I don't own her, probably gonna buy one though real soon), that I seriously wouldn't want to lose any plastic off of already thin looking hands.
They honestly should've just given her BIG, MEATY FISTS like everyone else so she didn't have that problem. Hell, they probably could've widened her figure a bit on the whole just so she had more plastic to her and didn't look so fragile.
>>5258803 I'm not a fan of most of the cw '84 autobots, but I'm glad they exist because it helps bring the prices down on their (better) classics predecessors. Since people have two choices for a generations mirage, for example, now it's cheaper for me to get the old classics mirage than it was before the cw one came out.
So Toys R Us (in my area at least) has $10 off any $50 or more TF purchase including a shit ton of unwanted Bluestreak and I have a scan of their 20% off coupon, will that stack or does the 20% off coupon have that BS rule discouraging deal stacking because I'm indifferent with Bluestreak and would only consider buying him for like $40.
>>5259085 That's not what I'm saying. What I'm saying is the aftermarket prices are going down on the good versions of the characters because now people also have other choices for some of the classics '84 autobots. Some of the prices on eBay for older figures are total rape and are just ridiculous.
just had a thought about Combiner Wars Groove, the Legends sized one. What would be the benefit of pegging 2 of them side by side with the peg/peg holes that currently appear to have no use? Other than "it would look cool" anyway
>>5259074 >Toys R Us MP Smokescreen when? Judging by what people are saying about Hasbro Bluestreak, and given that Smokescreen has one of the most complete and complex paint jobs of the MP line, I'd expect him to be a QC nightmare.
>>5258674 You can get Windblade and Chromia on their own for cheap on Amazon. Takara Arcee is actually going for cheaper than Hasbro Arcee.
Avoid Hasbro Windblade, it'll probably have stress marks in the package, the shoulder pads like to fall off, etc. Takara Windblade is very hard to find though, you might be better off with the Iron Factory version.
Hasbro Chromia uses a soft flexible plastic for the light blue parts, the biceps especially flex way too easily for my liking. They also used that dumb clear plastic for the wheel struts so it looks like her feet lack heels. I don't have Takara Chromia but I can't imagine that having soft plastic plus they used a colored plastic for the clear bits.
Hasbro Arcee does feel like a slightly lower quality plastic to me, owning both. It's worst in the hands. Takara though painted the entire hand pink, even the inside. I found that sanding the gun handles down very slightly to make them just a hair thinner helps with preventing thumbs from snapping. Despite the thin handles they are 5mm pegs(or close to it, being the sides are flat) so you can give her swords to old G1/G2/pre modern toys or whatever.
You might be able to score the SDCC versions loose. I almost got a Chromia but the ugly face deco put me off. And being a Hasbro set I silently wonder if the QC is shit.
>>5258480 I suspect the reason RID isn't much getting anything at all is because Disney owns the rights to the US dub of the cartoon, not Hasbro. They aren't willing to homage a series they can't even air on Hub or sell DVD sets of.
>>5259252 He wants the character and the deluxe is more accurate to the character. Im sorry you're offended, but your overpriced legends (one that started off overpriced without scalping) bad fan art stylized is not for everyone. It looks like it should have a gimmick to make it blush.
>>5259255 Have you seen Takara's Windblade art? I'm surprised they didn't resculpt the face and chest to make it look almost the same as the IF version. I'm surprised they didn't resculpt Chromia to have insanely huge tits like the artwork does. Japan does not give a shit about SJWs.
>>5259257 Saban handled the dubbing and Hasbro never cared to make sure they had the rights secured.
http://www.nonnef.com/collections/all-products/products/combiner-wars-hip-ratchet-upgrade -anyone dealt with Nonnef? I'm thinking of just buying these replacement ratchets instead of waiting for a fixed Menasor to appear.
So this is actually a pretty good likeness and a great re-use of an already great mold, but I feel like even a few short years ago, Hasbro would have at least remolded the pincers, seeing as how they're a completely separate part, to make them look more like Chop Shop's.
Also, I only just got Shrapnel a few days ago. Holy shit he's magnificent. The engineering of his Transformation makes an absolute joke out of 99% of Hasbro's current retail line.
>>5259297 >He's good, but bombshell is better I know that's the prevailing sentiment, but I'm not so sure I agree. Bombshell's colors are better, and I think his alt. mode is probably tighter (and cuter) but his transformation is so basic. I guess that's not something to really complain about on a Legends class, but when I was figuring out Shrapnel for the first time, I was like "Oh... whoah."
Also, I bought the Takara versions, so Shrapnel actually gets some pretty sweet paint apps.
>>5257288 >Optimus Primal's ultra class figure had a mechanism that could make the arms spin at the elbow, so obviously he had a super Tornado punch. >Shattered Glass Predaking is Gaogaigar >The Brave Series came about as a result of Megatron trying to kill Optimus in the Beast Wars. Because of the nature of the Matrix of Leadership and the multiple parties playing hopscotch with time around that point, one of the many MANY resulting timelines is one where Cybertron never existed, but Primus still worked by proxy to protect the universe.
>>5257288 I had a sort of East Coast/West Coast/Great Lakes Avengers thing going on with my Autobots. The idea was that while The Ark acted as the main Autobot base, there'd be separate side teams operating in different cities. I don't remember most of them, but I remember a few groups
>The Ark would house Prime, Bumblebee, Jazz, Ratchet, The Dinobots, and a bunch of the other "main" Autobots >Ultra Magnus would be in charge of a team based in Miami consisting of Hot Rod, Tracks, Sideswipe, Sunstreaker, and RID Sideburn, much to his disdain >There was a team consisting of the bulkier/off-road Autobots like Ironhide or Hoist but I don't remember who was in charge. I think they were based in the mid-west >I forget who was in them but there was a group based in the UK and a team based in Japan >The Aerialbots were their own group with some others like Powerglide and Breakaway. Since they had air mobility they could theoretically operate anywhere
The Decepticons acted as a whole and just had whoever was around for attacks, though Megatron rarely ever led the attack (It was usually Starscream, Soundwave or a "Megatron Clone")
>>5259258 >Have you seen Takara's Windblade art? I'm surprised they didn't resculpt the face and chest to make it look almost the same as the IF version. I'm surprised they didn't resculpt Chromia to have insanely huge tits like the artwork does. Japan does not give a shit about SJWs.
Neither does Hasbro you neckbearded fuck. America was always afraid of titties and sex. It's a country built by puritans.
>>5258156 I miss the airbrushing so much. Generations Skybyte made the difference in paint from then and now so much more obvious. RiD had even more paint apps than the Transmetal 2 Cybershark if I recall correctly too. There's a lot of detailing that's not painted. I mostly miss airbrushing and shading though. It looks so nice.
Also I had no idea they made a repaint of that guy. I used to own the original as a kid and now I have to track him down!
>>5259693 I had a similar idea. The G1 84/85 crew would be at the Ark. RailRacer and Car Bros, Skidz and Towline would be in Japan. Throttlebots would be on the road. Omnicons/Minicons would be working with human characters. And then a team of Decepticons Scavengers would be hiding out in somewhere like Russia and doing favors for energon like Trypticons and Octane in G1.
>>5259258 >Saban handled the dubbing and Hasbro never cared to make sure they had the rights secured. So fucking retarded that they'd make a mistake that far into their franchise.
>>5257766 Why? The original Scourge toy is the best.
>>5258480 Why would you want a dedicated theme? It would just mean even more ham-fisted applications of characters to inappropriate molds. I'd rather they throw themes completely out the window if it means the best use of molds. I'm even getting the impression that Hasbro's fucking things up with FunPub by insisting they use more recent molds, which stops FunPub from doing potentially interesting things like... not all CW figures. Holy shit, I hope there are some non-CW figures next year.
>>5259091 But that doesn't always reliably happen. I wish I could understand why. Maybe it has to do with the availability of a DEFINITIVE original version of a character. Something like BotCon Darkside Megatron doesn't compete with a beast mode Megatron, so it retains it's value. Despite 3rd party offerings, there's no good G1 Ironhide to make BotCon 2005 Ironhide not insanely valuable despite other figures from that year being worthless.
>>5256858 The WalMart redeco actually "inspired" me to use the lenshead jets as Deluxe-scale stand-ins for the G2 Decepticon Cyberjets. The coloring is even similar: Dreadwing for Space Case (yeah, I know there is a movie Space Case), Overcast for Skyjack, and, naturally, Fearswoop for Hooligan.
The actual Cyberjets are superior, I know, but it's a scale thing.
>>5259978 He makes a good Bludgeon, but not a good Megatron. He's just too gangly. The Bludgeon head is kinda junk though, but what can you do but pay more for a 3rd party add-on. I haven't bothered to do that yet because I wasn't really blown away by any of them. US stuff looks so much more expensive in Japan, at least going by Mandarake listings. Isn't it still cheaper to get it on eBay?
>>5259729 I'm waiting for Road Rage. I collect femmebots, and RR's been a character I've wanted to have a figure of for a while. Besides, the AmiAmi preorder is, like, $35 or $40 plus shipping, practically the cost of a Leader class locally.
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