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Eject

Boxed
Boxed (open)

Autobot

Function: Games Administrator




 

Modes

 

Parts

Guns (L and R)

 

Tech Spec

"Let the games BEGIN."

If Eject had a mouth, he'd be smiling. Standing above the players' field with the thunderous applause from the crowd filling his audio receptors is exactly what he was built for! He flips the switch on his head-mounted camera and an image of the games below gluts the giant screen hanging above the arena. Soon images from overseas games join in and the audience roars. Eject manipulates their reactions like a grand orchestra as each play and subsequent replay garners a different chorus.

Even as the boisterous emotion from the crowds brings him to the brink of ecstacy, Eject can't help but feel a twinge of sorrow deep down in his Spark. The players - Maximals and Predacons from across the world - have been forced into the games. Games that more often than not encourage their players to fight to their death for the sole sake of answering the age-old and half-remembered disputes between the now ancient Autobots and Decepticons. If Eject was still the Autobot that he once was, he would be moved to intervene. But now, the sports are his addiction and there is no cure.
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
5
6
2
5
6
8
5
8

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively from the Transformers Collectors' Club Figure Subscription Service v2.0 with Transformers Collectors' Club Figure Subscription Service v2.0 Rewind (2014) in 2014.

Additional Versions of Eject:

Eject
(1986)
Encore
Eject
(2009, Japan)
San Diego Comic Con 2010
Eject
(2010, Japan)
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Transformers Collectors' Club Figure Subscription Service v2.0 Rewind (2014).
Remolds: This figure was remolded from United Rumble (2011, Japan) and United Frenzy (2011, Japan).

Name Reuses: The name Eject was reassigned to Fall of Cybertron Eject (2013).