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Transformers Generations Combiner Wars Voyager Class Onslaught Figure
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- 2-in-1 Onslaught figure
- Figure converts from robot mode to tank mode
- Changes in 13 steps
- Combines with other figures (sold separately) to form a Bruticus figure
- Includes figure, collector card, and instructions.
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Onslaught has made the Combaticons into a nearly unstoppable strike force. He commands his team with the precision of a general and expects them to carry out his brilliant plans to perfection. The Combiner Wars are heating up and this 2-in-1 Onslaught figure is ready to lead the way one more time! This powerful leader of the Combaticons is a clanking menace in robot mode, but he's just as scary in rumbling tank mode! He’s also got the power to combine with other bots (sold separately) to form a massive Bruticus figure. Convert, combine and attack with this awesome Onslaught figure! Transformers and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
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So here we have the leader of the Combaticons, Onslaught, and it is really a retooling/remodel of Protectobot Hot Spot. Onslaught transforms almost the same way as Hot Spot transforms, the only difference is Hot Spot is a fire truck, while Onslaught is an anti-aircraft vehicle, so his torso was reworked. He is still easy to transform into a vehicle and into the torso of Bruticus.
I recommend Onslaught and the Combaticons to anyone looking to bolster their Decepticon forces.
The transformations are not very engaging and Tank Mode is very iffy for me. It is basically just lift arms above head and lock legs into place. If the hips/legs aren't quite in the right place it has a very "bowed" look. If it weren't so long it would probably look better in my opinion.
The shoulders also lacked a peg on my figure I received to hold the in place during Bruticus, but the stiffness of the arm joints holds it in place and doesn't look much different than the shoulder with the peg. The chest shield also helps hide it so, overall it's not a big issue for me. Just a notable occurrence that some figures made it off the manufacture line without the pegs.
My only other complaint beyond tank mode would be Bruticus's head. It's more reminiscent of Optimus Prime and darker than the Bruticus that I remember from the G1 cartoons. After a couple quick Google searches I did see some images that resembled the head used. It was probably easier and cost effective to re-purpose/enlarge a previously designed head.