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Transformers RID Robots in Disguise Deluxe SCOURGE Tanker Truck (2001 Hasbro)

by Hasbro

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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Shipping Weight: 5.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0000658KX
  • Item model number: 26556
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #503,393 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Scourge is a no-nonsense field commander formed during the creation of the Decepticons when Megatron scanned both a tanker truck and Optimus Prime. Because of this mix-up, Scourge resents the Autobots and especially their leader. Scourge is cunning, dangerous, and cruel, and his battle station is a fully loaded arsenal of weapons and high-tech equipment. This Transformer comes complete with his signature battle sword, a removable laser cannon, a scanning tower, an air-powered rocket launcher, a rapid-fire five-shot launcher, and an autoloading disc thrower.

Product Description

Scourge is a no-nonsense field commander formed during the creation of the Decepticons when Megatron scanned both a tanker truck and Optimus Prime. Because of this mix-up, Scourge resents the Autobots and especially their leader. Scourge is cunning, dangerous, and cruel, and his battle station is a fully loaded arsenal of weapons and high-tech equipment. This Transformer comes complete with his signature battle sword, a removable laser cannon, a scanning tower, an air-powered rocket launcher, a rapid-fire five-shot launcher, and an autoloading disc thrower.

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It is a ... exclusive and definately worth the wait.
Damian
Recommended to anyone thinking about buying the toy, or any serious Transformers fans......
Erica L. Pardee
Best of all, Scourge looks like the original G1 Optimus Prime.
Nathan A. Mathew

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By E. Schwartz on October 27, 2002
If anyone was thinking it would be cool to see an "evil universe" version of Optimus Prime, this is the answer to that wish. To be technical, this toy is actually a recolored version of the 1995 "Laser" Optimus Prime, unfortunately without the electronic lights of the original. Even without the lights, it's a stunning toy with more weaponry than some countries. The trailer opens up into a base with launching missiles and disks, and a stomp-rocket. (pound the little air-bellows to shoot it off) Better yet, every last bit of ammunition can store neatly away in the trailer. The truck cab becomes the robot, which looks quite striking, and has excellent articulation for any dynamic pose you wish to put him in. In addition to the standard gun, he also has the red "sword of fury", which tucks underneath the body in truck form. Finally, Scourge has a dark color scheme, which looks much nicer than the first color scheme for this toy in my opinion. A highly recommended toy for fans of Optimus Prime, bad guys, or just good toys in general.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 19, 2003
This toy is ARMED TO THE TEETH! He's got weapons galore! The trailer can separate from the cab section to become a multi-functional base! It's equipped with a disc launcher, a missile launcher, a tower gun that's detachable (you can insert it in Scourge's hand!), and a rocket launcher that fires air pressure rockets! This baby comes with a total of 18 accessories (5 discs, 10 MISSILES, 2 rockets, & 1 tower gun)
Scourge's robot mode is so cool. He's about the size of Optimus Prime. Scourge comes with his Sword of Fury &'s equipped with shoulder cannons! The color scheme is perfect as are the details!
If your Predacon and Decepticon forces need more firepower or troops to defeat Optimus and the Autobots!, then you MUST get Scourge!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roger E. Kloepfer on August 28, 2002
You must purchase this Transformer! Scourge is the best built, most poseable, and most menacing of the Transformer line. His modes remind me of Generation 1, but his poseability is like the Beast Wars line. I look at him and marvel that his design is so perfect in both modes. The trailer is less impressive to me, but I bought him for the tractor anyway. The trailer has plenty of weaponry and everything functions well. My favorite feature is the sword that can be stored between the rear wheels. The sword can be placed in menacing positions because of Scourge's multiple articulation points. If you position him in front of a light, his well-designed eyes light up in a true evil Decepticon fashion. Don't wait another minute! Buy Scourge!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Galvatron on August 19, 2002
I have seen it all of the transformer world for the past 20 years, and this is got to be the one of the best i have seen. ive seen the primes,megatrons, magnuses, and this has to be the best one.i have almost the whole series of the RID line and this has to be the best one around. Scourge resembles laser prime a lot except for the color, and when a light is shinning on his head his eyes glow that is really cool. i recommend this bot while it is still availble if it is....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 7, 2002
For the last few years, most of the transformers that have come down the line look produced... either their robot form was very clunky and quickly produced, or their vehicle-animal side looked far from realistic...
the Scourge figure is neither of those... its a high-quality truck that transforms into a high-quality figure... its the first transformer I've seen since the G1 line that looks good enough to display in either of its transformation stages...
here's hoping we see more figures like this coming out of the armada and RID line, and heres also hoping that Hasbro realizes how good its G1 line looked, and can duplicate that success in its new lines...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James A. Tarpley on August 31, 2002
Okay, so Optimus Prime is awesome in his own right, but his one fallback is that he is too much of a goody two-shoes. So what would you get if Prime, the defender of all that is good and just, goes bad? Well, I'll tell you. You'd have Scourge. This guy not only looks like Optimus Prime, but with his black/silver/blue paint job, light-piped glowing red eyes, and humungous sword, he looks like he has nothing against busting a butt or two to get what he wants. Okay, so Scourge's mold isn't all too original. He actually is a re-mold of Laser Rod Optimus Prime. But Laser Optimus suffered the same color scheme problem as Ultra Magnus; pink and baby blue. Not to mention, he had a light-up feature that was plain gaudy looking. But Scourge... Scourge succeeds in the coolness factor where Laser Optimus failed. All black with metallic blue trim and a silver and black trailor that turns into a base. You just can't go wrong here!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "primalprime" on June 25, 2002
Scourge is finally here! This toy, for those in the know is a re-make of "Lazer Optimus Prime", which was released in about 1991. Lazer Optimus Prime had a TERRIBLE paint scheme, but had battery powered light-up eyes, sword and truck lights.
Scourge, on the other hand, has a a GREAT colour scheme, but no light up features. Takara, Hasbro's business partner in Japan, released it as "Black Convoy"(the token black character?) the same way, using a sticker to cover up the battery compartment (they also did this for the "Beast Wars 2nd" release of "Megastorm" or G2 Megatron.
If you are a parent and are worried about how complicated and fragile these new Transformers are, you will be happy to learn that this one is not only very durable, it's also very easy to transform!
Scourge is an all round great toy, sought after by parents, kids and collectors alike (although I wish he was called "Dark Convoy", like most collectors call him!).
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