What if your parents refuse to put it together? You'll be grounded just like poor fucking stupid Cop-Tor.
The look the Leader-1 kid gives the Cop-Tur one is so SPITEFUL. You know that he's the rich kid who has the playsets and all the toys, and the other kid can't afford any, so he has to be lame-ass Cop-Tur when they play together, and of course the rich kid always wins, 'cause they're his toys and IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT YOU'RE NOT MY FRIEND ANYMORE, TIMMY.
Then again, they have go-bots and not Transformers, so he's probably just the richest kid in the trailer park.
I think he says "try and conquer the world now," but after reading your Description and pressing play, I almost completely lost my shit when it got to that line. I'm still not sure why.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Either your parents couldn't afford Transformers, or they just didn't respect you enough to go looking for them. Either way, all of your friends are going to laugh at you for playing with this.
I found the head from one of these things a long time ago. It talked when you pressed a button on its forehead, if I remember correctly.
Ah Leader-1, the Poor Man's Prime. He was the only Go-Bot I ever owned because I was five and in my "HOLYCRAPJETFIGHTERS!!!!!!!!!!" phase.
I actually had this as a kid. It was okay because it was freaking HUGE and looked like a ghetto AT-AT from Star Wars.
Then I got Metroplex and that bitch went in a box in the basement. (Except for the head, which made an obnoxious gonging noise, so I kept that out.)
Oh jesus the production quality of Metroplex was atrocious compared to Tryptacon.
|Jimmy Labatt |
Holy shit my buddy had this; we'd play with it all the time
|Spit Spingola |
Gobots were ugly and they broke too easily. I had a complete set of Rock Lords though and I don't care what anyone says, I enjoyed them.
The aerodynamics on rock lords were awesome. You could really fucking bean someone with one of those things.
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