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Vehicle Mode Vehicle Alt Mode
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Function: All-Terrain Combat Specialist
Motto: "Destruction is the highest form of art."

Ground-based Maximals have literally nowhere to hide from this fearsome Vehicon. Second only to Tankor in brute strength, Blastcharge can demolish just about anything in his path. Powerful off-road abilities allow him to endure the roughest terrain imaginable. Equipped with 3 long-range plasma ultrarockets - no weapon known on Cybertron travels farther. Sheer power and drive make him an extremely effective weapon, but incredible stupidity keeps him from rising within the Vehicon ranks. Often heard mimicking Megatron's brilliant sayings.

STRENGTH             RANK
9.3                   4.6
2.2                   7.9
5.2                   9.0
8.5                   8.5
Toy Condition Loose, Complete, Mint Condition, With Full Card (bubble removed)
Instructions From My Collection
Tech Spec Image From My Collection
Toy Review 
Color Scheme:
Overall he's kind of a drab yellow color, but has copper accents, greenish gray parts, and a really keen metalized hood section. His wheels are black, of course, and four of the six wheels have copper metalized hubs. He's also accented with tiger-stripe style copper camoflage markings. Not a bad color scheme, but definitely a robot toy. No way in real life this thing would look like this. ;-)
Robot Mode:
Stocky. His body is bulky, and his arms are wimpy, not that it really matters in a robot, but it looks silly. His legs also look kind of silly, because they are made up of his four back wheels. My biggest complaint is that his missile launcher thing sticks out of his chest and does NOT fold down. It can raise up to shoot at an upward angle, but it can't fold down and out of the way in robot mode. Also, or some reason, two of his wheels have springs in the hubs, making them like shocks in robot mode. While this might sound "cool," it's not. All it does is cause that much less stability in robot mode. Although his robot mode, is ok, that's all it is.
Vehicle Mode:
This is the cool mode. A six-wheeler. His front section is articulated, and his cannon raises and lowers and swivels. All I can really say is that it's a cool vehicle mode. So look at the pics. :)
Alternate Mode:
In robot mode, his legs can fold back into their wheel mode, creating a robot with four wheels instead of two legs. This makes up for the silly looking legs, but it's not much better. He looks more like a maintenance-bot than a warrior of any kind.
Good for a deluxe. His front end rotates and fold around to his back. His back wheels fold down to become his legs, and his missile turret section folds down for his robot head and chest... sort of. It might sound simple, but it's good for a deluxe.
In vehicle mode, his front section can "look" from side to side, and can be puched back into the main section and pop out with the press of a button. His missile turret rotate with the movement of a dial at the back, and can raise up to 90 degrees, and of course fires a missle. Two of the missile turret holes are for missile storage. On robot mode, the missile turret can raise and fire.
Cool vehicle mode, but kind of a silly looking robot mode. Well integrated gimmicks, but missile turret doesn't fold down in robot mode. :\

Visitor Reviews

Added by: jordan obalek on March 25, 2004
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Comments: This toy is hilarious due to the funny with skydive
skydive:"Hey look it's the michelin man,ha!

blast charge:"I get no respect."

Added by: prowl on April 21, 2002
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Comments: COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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