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Wulongti Target Master Roller Cyberverse / Legends Scale Project Images and Details
Wu Long Ti - Thursday, January 24, 2013


This is a legends scale roller to go with your legends scale Optimus Prime toy. Optimus may not come with a trailer but that doesn't mean he can't have his little buddy with him. More than companionship, Roller now gives Optimus additional fire power when needed.

This roller comes with plug in wheels and has a 3mm port on the top to accommodate any cyberverse/legends scale weapons. Roller can transform from vehicle mode to gun mode by flipping out his cannons and flipping down the rear section. Roller's included gun can be used by any of your cyberverse/legends figures as well as plug into his top port. Plugging the gun into the underside of the port adds the handle for Roller's gun mode. When plugged in one way the handle has a 3mm peg for smaller figures but when plugged in the other way it provides a 5mm peg for your larger deluxes or voyager figures. This little guy would work well with your Kreon collection too.


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Wu Long Ti
2013-01-24
2:34 pm

Sweet! thanks man  
Tripredacus
2013-01-24
2:32 pm

Here it is: (link) Apparently it is just a drawing that appeared in a Hasbro document or something. But just so you know, when I type in into Google, your Shapeways page is the first result.  
Wu Long Ti
2013-01-24
12:53 pm

Thanks dude  
BaCon
2013-01-23
7:03 pm

 
Tripredacus
2013-01-23
2:51 pm

This looks better than that other one that was announced recently. 
Markusius
2013-01-23
1:18 pm

Kick A$$ work Wu. 
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