|Educational Objective(s)||Foster Imagination|
|Number of Game Players||1|
|Number of Pieces||5|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||8 - 99 years|
|Item Model Number||E7462|
|Product Dimensions||10.21 x 23.5 x 27.89 cm; 498.95 Grams|
Transformers Generations - War For Cybertron Earthrise - Alternate Universe Leader Optimus Prime - 7" Action Figure - Wfc Kids Toys - Ages 8+ (Amazon Exclusive)
|Price:||+ $19.53 Delivery|
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- INSPIRED BY THE 1986 FILM: Pack comes with an Optimus Prime figure inspired by the 1986 film Transformers: The Movie
- GRAYSCALE SPARKLESS DECO: Figure features grayscale deco inspired by the appearance of Optimus Prime in the 1986 film when his death causes all his color to drain
- INCLUDES IN-COLOR MATRIX OF LEADERSHIP: Figure comes with a non-grayscale Matrix of Leadership that fits inside his chest so fans can imagine Optimus Prime removing the still vibrant Matrix of Leadership from his chest and passing it on
- CLASSIC CONVERSION: Optimus Prime figure converts between robot and truck mode in 35 steps. Imagine laying the legendary leader to rest in the converted truck trailer
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The legendary Autobot leader faces every challenge with wisdom and bravery. Including his own death.
This pack comes with a grayscale Optimus Prime figure, inspired by his appearance as he drains of color and dies in the 1986 film Transformers: The Movie. The Matrix of Leadership, in full color, fits inside his chest so fans can imagine Optimus Prime removing the still vibrant Matrix of Leadership from his chest and passing it on to Ultra Magnus.
The figure converts between robot and truck modes in 35 steps. Imagine laying Optimus Prime to rest in the converted truck trailer. The figure also comes with an Ion Blaster, but in this state, it's likely he won't need it.
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Corpse Prime comes unceremoniously tied down in a plain brown box. The top of the box contains some inked artwork of Prime's chest with the image of some of his mourning comrades reflected in the windshield. Unfortunately, my box was thrown into a larger box without any packing material so it was damaged and torn in two places. I open my Transformers so it's not a terrible deal. Just annoying. Thankfully, the corpse was not damaged in shipment.
Incidently, this makes a nice zombie Prime too.
After the rise of the Decepticons and the death of the merciless Zeta Prime, he became the Prime, and entered what would become a millions-of-years-long war of attrition with the Decepticons, which would lead to the death of Cybertron and the spreading of the Cybertronian civil war far beyond their homeworld in a push for resources. With the end of the war and the emptying of the Matrix of Leadership to restart Vector Sigma and rebirth Cybertron, he found himself rejected by the returning civilian population, and - secretly gladly - abdicated his rank and returned to his original name of Orion Pax as he travelled through the galaxy.
Roughly two years later, however, events would force him back into the Autobots. After killing Nova Prime he proudly retook the mantle of Prime, convinced by Rodimus that he had redeemed it, and seemingly destroyed Shockwave to save all of time and space. In the aftermath, Optimus reassumed his role as leader of the Autobots and led his forces back to Earth in search of Alpha Trion and the Enigma of Combination; before long, however, Prime found himself at a crossroads after his role in the formaiton of Cybertron's Council of Worlds, finding that the religious Transformers who hailed from Cybertron's long-lost colonies perceived all 'bots who held the rank of "Prime" as a living god. Prime initially came to lean on—and, in time, exploit—the faith of others as he grappled with the task of defending Earth from Galvatron's neo-Decepticon splinter faction, and eventually took drastic measures by unilaterally annexing Earth into the Cybertronian Council of Worlds for its own protection.
In time, however, Prime would come to realize that his new tactics threatened to restart the cycle of imperialism and violence that his progenitors had committed and adopt a gentler approach, working with humanity and Cybertronians alike to guide Earth towards a better future. Despite having learned from the sins of his ancestors, Prime found himself confronted by the ultimate example of their hubris: the threat of Unicron, a wepaon created by "Onyx Prime—" in reality, a time-travelling Shockwave, who had deliberately engineered the rise and fall of the entire Prime lineage. Despite Prime's best efforts, Cybertron was destroyed, and Orion—shedding the title of "Prime" in his final moments—sacrificed his life to end what Shockwave had begun all those years ago, allowing both humans and Cybertronians to begin anew on Earth.
He's made to look just like the death scene in the 1980's "Transformers: The Movie".
They did a great job, especially with the cracks on his face and the mangled "ears" or crests on his head.
Otherwise, it's mostly a repaint of one of the best looking Primes ever made. The trailer is still a little small and a lot cheap looking, but robot mode is fantastic and the trailer works well for a bed to lay him in like his final moments.
If you are an Earthrise collector, or especially Transformers in general, this is a great figure to add to your collection!
* Unique death scene paint job
* Great molding and detail
* Trailer still looks cheap