Transformers Toys Generations War for Cybertron: Kingdom Deluxe WFC-K26 Autobot Tracks Action Figure

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DISCOVER KINGDOM: Worlds collide when the Maximals and Predacons join the fight, coming together with the Autobots and Decepticons in an epic battle that will alter their destiny forever
BEASTIFY THE BATTLEFIELD: Unleash the primal power of the beasts with the ancient and highly advanced F.O.S.S.I.L. technology. Sentient Fossilizer bots, infused with primordial energy, break apart and weaponize their allies. Use Deluxe Fossilizer figures to beastify this Autobot Tracks figure with epic bone armor! (Each sold separately, subject to availability.)
G1-INSPIRED ALT MODE AND ACCESSORIES: This G1-inspired toy converts to sportscar mode in 21 steps. Convert from sportscar mode to flying car mode in 8 steps. Comes with missile launcher and blaster weapon accessories that attach to the figure in both modes!
GOLDEN DISK CARDS REVEAL POSSIBLE DESTINIES: Includes a Golden Disk card that reveals a possible destiny of a key character. Collect other Kingdom figures to reveal all 3 alternate destiny variants for each character!
(Each sold separately. Subject to availability)

Beastify the battlefield! Worlds collide when the Maximals and Predacons join the fight, coming together with the Autobots and Decepticons in an epic battle that will alter their destiny forever.

With the ancient and highly advanced F.O.S.S.I.L. (Fossilized Osteo-Skeletal Shield Integration Loadout) technology, Fossilizer bots, infused with primordial energy, break apart to weaponize their allies. Use Deluxe Fossilizer figures to beastify the Autobot Tracks figure with bone armor! (Sold separately, subject to availability.)

This G1-inspired toy converts into Earth sportscar mode in 21 steps. Convert from sportscar mode to flying car mode in 8 steps. Comes with missile launcher and blaster weapon accessories that attach to the figure in both modes.

Includes a Golden Disk card that reveals a possible destiny of a key character. Collect other Kingdom figures to reveal all 3 alternate destiny variants for each character! (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)

Transformers and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Includes Transformers Generations War for Cybertron: Kingdom Deluxe Class Autobot Tracks figure, Golden Disk card, 2 accessories, and instructions.
Figure scale: 5.5 inches

Ages 8 and up
Warning: Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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I'd rather leave him in his stunning... no, decent auto mode

Right up from good ole Hastak is the only real deluxe stinker from the WFC Kingdom line. We have your standard affair of too many, yet also somehow not enough tabs. We have tabs that are far too tight, yet also tabs that could not hold together if there was a gun pointed at their head. All of the joints in the arms are perfectly sturdy, but every single joint in the legs flops around like Pinocchio. It has incredibly fragile clear plastic parts that eat up most of the paint budget, in combination of said parts having the absolute LEAST parts clearance for the transformation. The backpack is GARGANTUAN and he absolutely can NOT stand up due to the weight. Literally this backpack, unironically, is almost the same size as the backpack on Earthrise/ Kingdom Arcee. The only good part about the robot mode is the face, it is astoundingly accurate and incredibly well painted. But like... thats it.

Alt mode fairs better because it doesn't have the incredible burdon of having to stand on two legs to deal with. It's another case of the Designers doing an ALMOST accurate version of the real world car, with just enough changes to avoid a lawsuit... which is weird because Hasbro has made officially licensed Corvette cars before, and this figure CURRENTLY shares the shelf with Studio Series Revenge of the Fallen Sideswipe who turns into and officially licensed 2010 Corvette Stingray. Oddity aside the car mode is fine for just being a car. It's a bit tall, but the paint on the massive clear sections is surprisingly well colour matched to the actual blue plastic. The transformation is a PAIN to get to it though. But transformation to flying car mode actually goes pretty smoothly and it looks fine as well.

Overall it's weird how the robot mode really drags down the car mode.

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Ryan
Quality control issues

Love the car alt form but the fact that the front fenders don't hold really well to the hood as well as floppy legs in bot mode, leaves this guy with some charm but one of the weakest figures of the War for Cybertron line.

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David P.
Meh….

Its definitely Tracks. Faithful to the original design. Its an attractive figure and transformation is decent. But he’s quite floppy with many gaps. Acceptable figure but not much more than that.

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Dallas Hollett
WFC Kingdom TRACKS

There is a lot of chatter on this figure and for good reason. While the overall esthetic looks great, some quality control issues in the legs and the hood area in alt form have surfaced. Makes for a good addition for the WFC collection but beware as your copy may vary.