Identify this LaserBeak ball looking thing

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by DavidLoPan, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. DavidLoPan

    DavidLoPan Well-Known Member

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    Last Identify thread I swear. Now where does this guy come from? He looks sort o like laserbeak don't you think?

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    If you have troubles I.D.ing old TFs then there's always this site to help.

    As for you fig, he's deffinately an Eggbot, dunno which one though. I'll have to research it.
     
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    I don't know which specific version this one is, but it's an Egg Beast. They're Takara molds and have been used in the Transformers line more than once.

    The most recent versions were the Egg Beasts and Dark Egg Beasts in Beast Wars 2, and one of each mold (Eggbot, Eggbird, Eggleo) called Sparkbots in a Kiss Players set.

    Yours is from neither group, so I can only assume it's from their original incarnation, Meteor Robo, making it Metal Hawk. No relation to the Pretender. :) 
     
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    Yep, the very original of all Eggbirds. AFAIK there are 5 versions of the toy. Ryusei Robo (yours), 2 Eggbirds (red and purple), Jacraw (non- TF series) and Kissplay Zangestu.
     
  5. DavidLoPan

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    Thanks guys!

    Good to know!