Ro-Tor - RiD - Figure


Vehicle Mode
A UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter that measures 11 cm(4.3") from nose to tail. Mostly a rich navy blue with black spinning rotors and metallic silver for the windshield. Orange arrows are painted on either side of him, and a Decepticon symbol is painted on the left side of his tail. Three landing wheels are mounted on his belly. Twin tri-barrelled heavy machine guns attach to his tail, while a semi-automatic glue gun slides into the slot on his nose. Impressive, but nowhere near as heavily armed as an AH-64 Apache Longbow.

Transformation
The most complicated of the small Commandos, though that's not saying much. Extend the helicopter, turn around the rotor assembly, flip down the legs, and split apart the tail to form the arms.

Robot Mode
As a robot, Ro-Tor stands 8 cm(3.14") tall at the head. He's a nice mixture of navy blue, orange, and red in this mode. His head is red with a white visor. He has no proper fists, just impressions etched into his arms. His glue gun attaches to a post on his right arm. His shoulders have four points of articulation, two of them ball joints.

Overall
Along with Movor, this is the better of the small Commandos. Very cool helicopter mode and heavily-armed robot mode.

ReviewerSuspsy  
DateNovember 24th 2001  
Score 7 stars (7 out of 10)  
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