Ark, Nemesis, Decepticons headquarters

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  1. Wheeljack30

    Wheeljack30 Banned

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    In the 84 toy line did they have The Ark, Nemesis and Decepticons headquarters toy? Cause i saw some models on Google about the Ark i dont know if its a real toy or just a fan that made it himself.
     
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    no, they never made playsets beyond the city bots.
     
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    Cobalt Agent My dick kills dinosaurs

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    And an obscure transforming train set.
     
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    I can't find proof, but I do remember something about an Autobot headquarters playset from back then... It looked cheesy though
     
  5. Wheeljack30

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    The only base they made is Metroplex and Trypticon?
     
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    I believe that was made out of cardboard
     
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    It was an autobot base and made outta cardboard. I have 2 of them I made a thread about it awhile back when I was trying to figure out what it was
     
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    Er, and Fortress Maximus and Scorponok.

    Also, other figures had 'base' modes but I'm trying not to stray too far into the realms of pedantism.
     

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