Whats the most complicated 6" Titanium toy?

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  1. Bass X0

    Bass X0 King of Muay Thai

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    I don't own many but they seem to be really simple in design.
     
  2. TJOmega

    TJOmega The Plastic Addict Content Contributor

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    The diecast kind of forces design to be simple like it was in the G1 era. As far as the most complicated, I'd say RID Prime or Rodimus Prime.
     
  3. Feralstorm

    Feralstorm I ship Nick & Judy TFW2005 Supporter

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    I'd guess RiD Prime is a top contender, since his legs have to be disassembled, turned inside-out, and reassembled in the correct order both ways.
     
  4. Switchblade

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    Not Scourge. :p 

    I'll agree with Feralstorm. RiD Prime is pretty complex for a Tit. Likely due to the fact that the die cast isn't spread all over the place like most of the others. It's largely kept to the chest and arms.
     
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    I love titanium discussions. :lol 
     
  6. Grimwing

    Grimwing Scientist Supreme

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    Well the fallen while not the hardest at least transfoms more than enough that you'd consider it a fun transformation rather than to simple.

    Rodimus wins points with me on challenge but he also has the strongest ratchet joints in the line giving him a edge.
     

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