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Yeah, price points have gotten more flexible since Siege.I think my Cybertron Override will be Nitro Convoy and Legacy Override will stay Override, they'll be co-leaders (there's a ton of siblings, but hardly any are brother and sister).
But what's this about her being deluxe size and sold as a voyager?
Omnicons - positively charged energon, Terrorcons - negatively charged energon, it was implied they processed it differently from raw energon. Later on in the series we saw Super energon which may have been Angolmois.And the energon weapons produced by the UT Terrorcons were already made from an evil kind of Unicron-affiliated energon to begin with, anyway.
Just green instead of purple.
The price points are determined by parts counts and complexity, not by size. And even so, I think she is supposed to be comparably sized to a larger deluxe.
Personally, Override is one of the Cybertron figures I regret not getting during its original run, so I am excited to find this one. I wish the feet would taper in more in car mode, and that the wings on the gun thingy were bigger, but the robot mode is fantastic, so she will be bought on sight.
Okay, I was thinking the paint apps and parts would be bumping up the price (and cost).Yeah, price points have gotten more flexible since Siege.
These two are sold at the same price point (IIRC, Studio Series sells for slightly more) but while Springer has sheer bulk, Hot Rod comes with a lot of small bells and whistles such as superior articulation (double joints and hands that can open etc), the built-in visor gimmick, has no visible hollow parts like springer's inner thighs and more accessories in general. No visible 5mm ports but that can be either a positive or negative for you.