|Mfg Recommended age||8 - 99 years|
|Item Model Number||E8207|
|Product Dimensions||6.4 x 15.19 x 23.8 cm; 71 Grams|
Transformers Generations - War For Cybertron: Earthrise Deluxe - 5.5" Trailerbreak - Wfc E34 Action Figure - Kids Toys - Ages 8+
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- DISCOVER EARTHRISE: The siege is over, but the War for Cybertron has just begun; The Autobots and Decepticons have left Cybertron, but their battle rages on as they speed through space in pursuit of the Allspark
- BUILD THE BATTLEFIELD BEYOND: This ecosystem of collectible figures allows fans to build out epic space battle scenes, featuring figures that can convert into Modular Battle Station modes and connect together to expand the battlefield
- G1 EARTH MODES AND WEAPONS: Trailbreaker toy converts into classic G1 camper truck mode in 18 steps and comes with a blaster accessory
- EXCITING REVEAL: Every pack includes a piece of the Transformers Universe map and a red decoder to unlock the map's hidden paths, Collect other Earthrise figures to piece together the full map (Each sold separately, Subject to availability)
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Build the Battlefield Beyond -- The siege is over, but the War for Cybertron has just begun. The Autobots and Decepticons have left Cybertron, but their battle rages on as they speed through space in pursuit of the Allspark. Now, fighters must instantly adapt to battle anywhere in the cosmos. With the advanced A. I. R. (Adaptable Interconnection Retrofitter) Locks system, fighters don’t head to the battlefield -- they become it. Bots capable of converting to Modular Battle Stations can A. I. R. -Lock together in custom configurations to fit the needs of battle. Earthrise collectible figures allow fans to build out epic space battle scenes, featuring figures that can convert into Modular Battle Station modes and connect together to expand the battlefield (each sold separately, subject to availability). The good-humored Autobot defensive strategist, Trailbreaker, converts to classic camper truck mode in 18 steps. Includes a blaster accessory.
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Rarely coming to the forefront of the action in either the comics or cartoon of the eighties, Trailbreaker was never a character I took much notice of. Furthermore, in a reversal of the Generation 1 toys, Trailbreaker is a re-coloured and somewhat re-worked version of Earthrise Hoist. As a personal favourite, I was initially looking forward to the release of Hoist but was then put off after seeing him instore and online. For these reasons I neve expected to have much interest in Trailbreaker’s Earthrise release.
However, this Trailbreaker figure is even better than the pre-release advertising and images suggested.
His robot mode, especially from the front is, as you might imagine, very similar to Hoist but with a different head sculpt. The mould looks much better in black and red. Thankfully, his chest plate/bonnet doesn’t have the battle damage effect (which looks more like an accidental scrape) as Hoist does.
Unlike Hoist, Trailbreaker has an enclosed back in vehicle mode. This section forms his back in robot form but can be removed and utilised as a shield (which seems to be a common factor in the Earthrise range to accomplish transformation). The ‘shield’ looks a bit clumsy being wielded. The good thing, though, is that this shield/back section does not need to be removed for transformation, unlike Cliffjumper or Ironhide, for example. It can also open up to fold out Trailbreaker’s shoulder mounted accessories, his gun and what I think is the generator of his trademark forcefield. This provides the option of having these accessories displayed or not in robot form.
Trailbreaker also comes with a gun that can be mounted on the vehicle roof or fitted over his hand to create the illusion of the appendage he had on the original toy that could be swapped out for his fist.
He has the essence of both his comic/cartoon look and that of the original toy. This does mean that he still has the vehicle’s side panels attached to his arms. This causes them to stick out a bit at the shoulders and slightly restricts movement. However, it is a homage to the G1 toy and it wouldn’t really be Trailbreaker without them.
Despite all this, it is the vehicle mode that is most impressive. It is quite sturdy and feels substantial. There is also less evidence of the cracks between panels and parts due to the transformation process than with most Transformers. His arms can still be seen as part of the undercarriage but somehow this is nowhere near as obvious as it appears on Hoist. The only weakness is that it could do with a touch more clearance as it is sometimes difficult to get all four wheels on the ground and turning together.
He is large in both forms for his class. The robot mode stands almost as tall as one of the WFC Seeker figures.
This is such a good figure I will re-evaluate buying Hoist.
I had the earlier Generations figure but wanted something a little more alike the cartoons and comics that I grew up with , and Earthrise Trailbreaker delivers on every front!
The figure looks every bit the likeness of those early cartoons and comics. Standing about 5.5" tall, with an excellent range of articulation, and an accurate looking robot and vehicle mode. Most of his accessories - such as his overhead forcefield generator - are an integral part of the figure and form part of his transformation rather than being seperate accessories that could be lost or broken, although he does have a seperate rocket weapon that can either be held like a blaster or pushed all the way over his hand to give the impression of the wrist mounted weapon he uses in the various media.
If I had any complaints at all it is that Trailbreaker is what fans refer to as a "partsformer" in so far that the rear cabin of his vehicle mode is actually a seperate piece that needs to be clipped on rather than something that is an integral part of his transformation. Whilst this bothers some fans it doesn't really bother me, so I'm giving this one the full five stars!
And Snapdragon still to open too! 🤔🤣🤗👌🐼🐧🐿🐾
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 November 2020