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Ultra Magnus

Boxed

Autobot

Function:




 

Modes

 

Parts

Hammer
Missile (x2)
Wings / Launcher

 

Tech Spec

The Elite Autobot special forces commander is ready to bring the battle to the Predacons with the mighty Forge of Solus battle hammer.

Tales of the Beast Hunters - Chapter 16

Ultra Magnus sees the massive Predacon coming from a mile away. He doesn't know who the big dragon is, and he doesn't care. All he knows is that the dragons are dangerous, and must be defeated. He converts to robot mode and leaps into the air, bringing the Forge of Solus around in a shattering blow that would destroy a lesser robot. Grimwing takes the blow, and is only momentarily fazed. The battle is short, violent, and never in doubt. It ends with Ultra Magnus on the ground, disarmed and barely functional. Grimwing stands over him. "Pathetic," he says. "I hoped to learn something from you, but this new race of Cybertronians must all be liars and savages." He leans down to look into the optics of his Autobot opponent, "Be warned. This world is in grave danger from my fellow Predacons. I will restrain them. You and your fellows stay out of my way or be destroyed." And then he is gone, leaving Ultra Magnus dented and smoking in the dust.

Forge of Solus:

- Nearly equal to the Star Saber in power.
- Powered by a miniature neutron star at its core.
- Maximum power level unknown. Ultra Magnus never uses more than 50% power for fear of destroying the planet.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
10
8
5
9
9
10
9
6

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available in 2013.

Additional Versions of Ultra Magnus:

Prime
Cyberverse
Beast Hunters
Ultra Magnus

(2014, Europe, Canada, Hong Kong)
Recolors: This mold was never recolored.
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Prime Optimus Prime (2012), Battle Shield Optimus Prime (2012, Japan), Dark Energon Optimus Prime (2012), and Gaia Unicron 2-Pack Optimus Prime (2013, Asia).

Name Reuses: The name Ultra Magnus was reassigned from Ultra Magnus (1986-2015), Robots In Disguise Ultra Magnus (2001-2004), Energon Ultra Magnus (2004-2005), Animated Ultra Magnus (2008-2009), and Kre-O Ultra Magnus (2014).

The name Ultra Magnus was modified and reassigned to Ultra Magnus Bird (2014).