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Deluxe Class Hound with Ravage


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The Reason

Josh, the reason why Ravage is included with Hound is quite easy to explain.

You see, there was a very memorable scene in the "More Than Meets the Eye" three-part pilot episode that had Hound chasing after Ravage after the kitty escapes from Autobot custody. If you watch the pilot, you'll see what I mean.

YuushaFan's picture
Posted by YuushaFan on 18 April, 2009 - 17:52

Like the previous poster said, Hound sets up Ravage(allows him to escape) in the TF pilot.
If you get the ReproLabel set for Hound, he looks even better. I put them on mine a couple of weeks back. Classics Cyclonus(with Nightstick) and Inferno are both must-haves as well.

iron maniac's picture
Posted by iron maniac on 18 April, 2009 - 22:16
Josh, is there any

Josh, is there any particular reason for your Hound missing his waist panel?

Wallas's picture
Posted by Wallas on 19 April, 2009 - 14:56
missing waist panel

Yeah, I just noticed that too.

iron maniac's picture
Posted by iron maniac on 19 April, 2009 - 18:15
Either in that same episode

Either in that same episode or a later one,I'm pretty sure Hound demonstrates his hologram powers to the viewers through Ravage.

kidnicky's picture
Posted by kidnicky on 19 April, 2009 - 18:21

In the G1 series, Ravage was the usual enemy of Hound, hence the pairing of the two.

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Posted by ivanko on 19 April, 2009 - 20:42
I always laugh when I see

I always laugh when I see this set in the toy dept of Target or Walmart or something because I know younger kids are looking at the toy and wondering what the hell is that thing Ravage transforms into. Kids are seeing it and thinking "Ok, one turns into a jeep, and the other turns into a rectangle with holes in it? What the frig?" Isn't that a funny thought?
Josh mentions that it was good that it didn't turn into a memory stick or something, but the sadist in me would actually have loved to see them turn Ravage into a flash drive or some crap, if only for the entertainment value of TF fans getting all up in arms about it (then proceeding to defend these god-awful Micheal Bay films, of course). I'm not picking on anyone, mind you, but I can't help but enjoy the irony.

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Posted by Diyenn78 on 23 April, 2009 - 17:21
Well, you know they are

Well, you know they are doing memory sticks and such now!


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Posted by Sanjeev on 28 April, 2009 - 13:21