Okay, I'm not sure if anyone remembers these, but if you can identify a toy from 20 years ago you'll be able to recall these figures from 2005. Simply put, Xevoz were the most awesome thing ever. Created using the Stikfas design (general body construct, joint system), Hasbro combined a competitive game and an action figure line brilliantly. There were six species- Biomecha, Hyperfuries, Meta-Beasts, Neo-Sapiens, Sectoids, and Unnaturals, with the fourth (and final) wave introducing the Arcasters and Reptosaurs. Any weapon, any body part, was fully compatible with all of the other figures, resulting in limitless amount of combinations. Each figure came with a Battle Helix that contributed to the game. Equip your figure with the accessories included to add certain abilities to your Helix and then roll them. Damage, healing, or draining was dealt out according to which side of the Helix appeared. You had to disassemble your Xevoz character if too much health was taken from a body part. This line was so awesome because it had EVERYTHING- a plethora of great, customizable pieces and accessories, eight unique species, and a vast amount of awesome characters. They had a MONKEY. They had a DRAGON. They had a COWBOY. They had a FIRE ELEMENTAL. They had a MUMMY. I was greatly upset when this line was cancelled, especially because the figures that were unreleased sounded AWESOME (A Bear, Turtle, Light Elemental, Gargoyle, etc), but mostly because these figures were some of the greatest I had ever owned, and that statement has not changed to this day. I want to save the Xevoz.