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Transformers Generations Combiner Wars Victorion Collection Pack
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- First Fan-Built Combiner
- Combiner Wars Victorion Pack includes 6 Rust Renegades figures
- Figures combine to form a Victorion figure
- Figures work with other Combiner Wars figures (each sold separately)
- Includes: 6 figures, 5 accessories, poster, collector card, and instructions.
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Victorion is the first Fan-Built Combiner. Through voting in the Transformers app, fans voted on whether the team would be Autobot or Decepticon characters, their vehicle modes, what the Combiner robot's special power would be, and the name of this Combiner character. Bring home a piece of fan-made history and build a Combiner super robot with this Combiner Wars Victorion collection pack. In the Combiner Wars, teams of Autobots and Decepticons combine into giant super robots and battle with the fate of worlds in the balance. Laws don’t apply in the Sea of Rust, the unstable area of Cybertron where the Rust Renegades learned to work together and survive. When it’s time to stand tall, the team combines to form Victorion, the most relentless and resourceful Combiner. The helicopter twins Skyburst and Stormclash make Victorion the only Combiner able to fly, and her extreme adaptability makes Victorion the only Combiner who can change her configuration to meet any challenge. Get 6 Rust Renegades figures that combine to form a Victorion Combiner figure. The Voyager Class Pyra Magna figure forms the torso; the Deluxe Class Dust Up, Jumpstream, Skyburst, and Stormclash figures form the arms and legs; and the Legends Class Rust Dust figure becomes Combiner armor. These figures work with other Combiner Wars figures! Combine the Pyra Magna figure with other Deluxe Class Combiner Wars figures or combine the Dust Up, Jumpstream, Skyburst, and Stormclash figures with other Combiner Wars Voyager Class figures to build more Combiner super robots! (Additional figures each sold separately.) The Pyra Magna figure converts from robot to fire truck. The Dust Up and Jumpstream figures convert from robot to sports car, the Skyburst and Stormclash figures convert from robot to helicopter, and the Rust Dust figure coverts from robot to motorcycle. Comes with 5 accessories, a poster, and a Victorion character card. Transformers and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
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The plastic on the figures is standard, durable in most places but light. I also enjoy that this one is not a rainbow combiner, keeping to its own uniform color scheme across the board. I don't have anything against rainbows, just not all the time...you know?
The weapons combine to form a neat sword, that has good detail and color. It's not the most balanced thing visually in her hands, which could have been remedied if the handle was longer and hands were (you guessed it) bigger.
All in all, however, I love the concept. I don't think there are enough girl bots in the Transformers Universe, and would actually like to one day see a show where it is 9/10 femme bots, with the lone male member of the squad.
All in all, it looks nice on my shelf, next to the others in my Combiner Wars collection.
The individual figures are high quality and feel solid. (With the exception of Rust Dust, the motorcycle) The transformations are a little difficult (Both my daughter and I had to refer to in the instructions to get it right.) But after the first transformation, it makes more sense.
My only real quibble is that one could probably build this exact figure with other toy products from the line. They all seem to be recolors of existing toys, with minor retools, that, Rust Dusts is hard to keep in proper robot mode. She tends to want to fall into a jumbled heap of robot and motorcycle and the two helicopter characters are almost indistinguishable.
As for the combined figure, again here, Rust Dust is the only real problem. It took me a good 30 minutes to get that damnable piece of plastic to hold the proper form to attach to the chest of the otherwise complete robot.
Once properly assembled, thought, Victorion is well suited for both display and play. The girls loved her, and she stomped Megatron and Starscream quite thoroughly the first night we had her.
Another cool feature that seems absent from the other combiner figures in this line is that the individual weapons for the robots combine to form that awesome sword.
Overall it's a good toy, and well worth the money for the fun the kids are having with her.
Another issue though: In the PoP series, the team that forms Victorion is referred to as "The Torchbearers" But the box this set came in refers to them as the Rust Renegades. Personally, I prefer the TorchBearers moniker.
In combined form the joints are decent. I can get it to stand which is the goal, but you have to really mess with it otherwise it tips very easily. There aren't too many arm and leg articulations you can make without it falling over though, so there are really only a few different poses that will work.
The MAJOR flaw in this is Rust Dust, the Motorcycle. In vehicle and bot mode it's okay, nothing notable and very flimsy. For such a small figure it shouldn't be hard to balance but the joints are just too loose. However, the whole thing really falls apart when using it as the chest plate in combined mode. First off, I've seen Rust Dust in 3 different positions in both official and consumer photos. The way the instructions have you do it and the way it is shown on the box DOES NOT WORK. This would be with the front wheel facing down and the windshield on top. To me I like that look best, but it seems there was no plan to make this actually work. The arms don't stay put because the joints are loose and the peg holes aren't even positioned properly or tight enough to hold it in place.
There is another product photo in the amazon description with a slightly altered positioning of this piece and that also does not work.
The third way I saw, and the only way it'll stay is to flip it upside down and have the wheel on top, which I think looks worse, and use a peg in the very center of the chest. It seems like all they needed to do was move this peg an inch higher and you could've flipped Rust Dust the correct way and it would've sat in there fine, but if you that how it actually is, it sits too low. So you have to flip it so the wheel is up to cover the right chest area.
I just don't get how they could put this out with having the last piece fit. Especially when it seems like a simple fix.
Overall, like I said, I like it, but that just frustrates me. Although, there haven't been many Transformer figures I've got that don't have at least one frustrating piece.