Overload- Deluxe or Voyager?

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Overload- Deluxe or Voyager?

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  1. DecepticonsRule

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    Assuming that Hasbro ever does make the remaining Constructicon figures, would you rather see Overload as a Deluxe or a Voyager?
     
  2. ElekTriC

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    i think deluxe would work.. but voyager would be better..
     
  3. ghowildseven

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    I wanna see it as a voyager class, but I think it would've needed to be a deluxe in order to combine.
     
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    Deluxe would probably put him better scale.
     
  5. Dran0n

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    Voyager FTW!!!!
     
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    Can't follow Bonecrushers mistakes. Voyager class it is!
     
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    Deluxe Scrapper, Voyager Overload.
     
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    Deluxe. Save the voyager for someone whose robot mode actually appeared in the movie (Scrapper)
     
  9. Soulmaster

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    voyager, just think in transformation level
     
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    I prefer the movie Constructicons at voyager scale (so I voted voyager) but I'd be happy with a deluxe, just the same.

    Now, if only Hasbro would make larger versions of the remaining Constructicons...
     
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    i'd like a voyager :)  but i'd take a deluxe, even.. as long as they make one
     
  12. Ravenxl7

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    A deluxe would be fine by me, but a voyager would definitely be more preferred. Either way, if they made him, I would pretty much get him no matter what size class he was. In fact, I'd even take an individual release of his Legends class figure at this point (Hasbro had mentioned releasing the Legends CC's as a set at some point next year).
     
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    Either/or, it's all good.
     
  14. MonkeyBusiness

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    Overload is the only one of the three I'd actually think would make it to Voyager class. He's probably one of the coolest looking of the 3 left, and he's definitely the biggest.
     
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    Deluxe

    As much as I love the concepts for Overload's robot mode, I think that having a Deluxe figure would fit him best. It'd be able to give him good detail and articulation, without making things look too stretched.

    I guess it sort of varies too on which robot mode they would use for the character. If Hasbro was to go with the "quadraped" robot mode that Ben Procter designed, a Voyager would be better suited, simply because of the mass transferrance needed. If they were going to go with the "bi-ped" robot mode (which I think they would, because that's how he's been portrayed in all the books), a Deluxe would be much better suited.

    Plus, a lot of the other Constructicons are already Voyagers, so it'd be good to give the Deluxe's some company.
     
  16. Paxtin

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    I think you would have to make Overload a Voyager, since he's a articulated dump truck.
    If you tried fitting that into a deluxe class he'd come out laughably tiny.
     
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    Voyager, because Overload is too awesome for a deluxe
     
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    I think he should be a voyager, Scrapper a deluxe. If they do Hightower (even LESS likely, it seems) then he should be a deluxe as well.

    As long as we are dreaming, I would love to see a voyager Bonecrusher eventually. I read even Hasbro admitted he should have been larger than a deluxe. I know it would never happen, like a larger scale Blackout/Grindor (not even a leader, just a bigger toy) but hey, we can dream.
     

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