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Metroplex

Year - 1986
Series - Generation 1
Faction - Autobot

Size Class - Autobot City

Function: Battle Station


Parts



  • Antenna


  • Fists (L and R)


  • Missile (x3)


  • Tower
  • Metroplex also came with accessories specific to his included partner figures.
    Please see the Availability section below for details.

Features

Tech Spec

"Vigilance is the foundation on which victories are built."

Startlingly versatile, staggeringly strong, the Autobot's last line of defense... a mighty insturment of titanic destructive force. Extremely modest about his achievements... berates himself for not doing more. In robot mode, he can lift 70,000 tons, has shoulder-mounted twin high-energy maser cannons and omni-directional receiving and transmitting antenna. In city mode, has helipad and fully equipped repair bays that can handle four vehicles at once. Left rear tower transforms into tank, Slammer, who has rocket-propelled mortar cannon. Scamper is sports car with side mounted electro-blasters; transforms into robot, uses high-energy particle beam pistol. Six-Gun is small robot, has ion-pulse rifles for arms, twin surface-to-air guided missile launchers on back, acetylene pistol. In battle station mode, uses all these weapons and twin disrupter rays, laser lances, powerful anti-matter projectors.

Strength
10
Intelligence
8
Speed
2
Endurance
9
Rank
8
Courage
10
Firepower
10
Skill
9




Variations

Leg/Tire Variation:



Metroplex was available with chrome legs and rubber tires (main image) or with white legs and plastic tires (above).



Availability

This figure was available with Scamper (1986), Six-Gun (1986), and Slammer (1986) in 1986-1987.

This figure was reissued as part of the Encore line in Japan in 2008. That version used the chrome legs and rubber tires of the original release.

G1 Metroplex Figure History




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Characters Named "Metroplex"