KSI Transformers inspired by Kre-O?

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  1. RedWolf

    RedWolf Well-Known Member

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    Michael Bay was impressed by the Stealth Force toy concept that he incorporated it in DOTM.

    Stinger as we've seen don't transform like Cybertronians with exception probably of Reedman.

    Breaking in thousands of pieces reforming to another form. Presumably other KSI Transformers like Galvatron are also like this.

    Could it be this gimmick was inspired by Kre-O?
     
  2. MV95

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    I see what you mean but I doubt it. You never know though.
     
  3. RazorX3000

    RazorX3000 Cybertronian Monkey

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    I really hope Stinger's transformation is his special ability only. It'd be kinda weird to see Galvatron transform like that.
     
  4. Lord Person

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    I'd rather all KSI Transformers have there own 'special' way of transforming. Speaking of transforming, I'm curious to see how Hasbro will deal with Stinger's transformation.
     
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    I'd imagine that Stinger is the only human built Transformer to have that ability after all isn't he some kind of spy!
     
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    To transform him you'll first have to throw him at a wall so that he breaks into a bunch of tiny pieces. Then you choose whether to make him a robot or a car.
     
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  9. nametaken

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    there was a toy actually made with a similar concept.
    Manglors.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmYmcDsuc1g


    Idea was you could stretch and take them apart and they would come back together!

    Only problem is that it didn't work, if you took off an arm you had a broken toy.

    Arm would go back on as well as say static electricity could hold a balloon in place.