Can someone fill me in on some Fansproject add ons?

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  1. HoosierDaddy

    HoosierDaddy Decepticon. I'm no hero

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    After seeing some video reviews i think the combiner add ons are awesome. I started checking for prices and stuff on ebay. I am confused though. The prices are pretty high and it seems like these kits only contain one or two bots (if any?) and I would have to buy the others separately? Does this mean FP only makes one or two bots with the add ons included then I have to buy 3 or 4 Has/Tak toys too complete it? Or does FP only offer the add on only and I have to already have the all the bots from Has/Tak? And what bots go with each set? How do I know what TF's I have to have for each combiner? So, can someone fill me in on each of these sets, what they actually come with and what I have to buy separately to complete each combiner? Thanks in advance.
     
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    You're talking about Crossfire 02 Colossus/Bruticus set right? You need to buy both set A and B (Explorer and Munitioner) for all the add-ons for the full combined mode. Here's what each has:

    Explorer (Blast Off, set A):

    -Foot
    -Shotgun 1
    -Shotgun 2
    -Twin cannons (goes on Onslaught/back of Bruticus)
    -2 missile launcher shoulder extensions
    -Machete for Explorer (transforms into a knife for Bruticus)

    Munitioner (Swindle, set B):

    -Foot
    -Shotgun 1
    -Shotgun 2
    -2 hands
    -Giant rifle
    -Left arm gauntlet (splits in two and can combine with the hands to form weapons)
    -Bruticus head
    -Crotch piece
    -Small gun for Munitioner

    You need those two kits, and a ROTF Onslaught mold, a ROTF Vortex mold, and a ROTF Brawl mold to complete everything.
     
  3. HoosierDaddy

    HoosierDaddy Decepticon. I'm no hero

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    Thanks. That one is my favorite and I'd like to eventually pick it up. Now, what about the Aerialbots and others?
     
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    Aerialbot one is simpler. It's just one kit (aerial team appendage add-on kit) and just comes with everything you need to give proper arms/legs/feet/hands for the ROTF/Energon Superion set. They transform into weapons and stuff for the individual robots as well. Protector/City Commander are trailers that attach to Classics Rodimus/Ultra Magnus, and split into pieces to stick on the robot mode. G3 trailer is pretty much exactly like the G1 trailer for Classics Optimus Prime.
     
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    Thanks. much appreciated.
     
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    Polenicus Warring At Play

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    For reference, he's a comparison pic of FP Bruticus and FP Superion, so you can get an idea of what the finished products are like next to each other:

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    ... Wait... NO! BAD BRUTICUS! No smashing Superion!

    Put him down this instant!

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    There, much better.

    As you can see, Superion is somewhat shorter than Bruticus. He also uses all of the original 5 Aerialbots, while Bruticus swaps out 2 members of the Combaticons for Explorer (Blast Off) and Munitioner (Swindle)
     
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    CNCBrawl56 TRU Commander

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    Ya, i have both sets as well, and they are totally worth it, great additions to any collection!
     

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