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    MainToys & Merchandise mY liFE iS PaInWarpath is the definitive red Autobot tank.Contents1 Toys1.1 Generation 11.2 The Transformers Collection1.3 Universe (2008)1.4 Henkei! Henkei!1.5 Generations1.6 United1.7 Bot Shots1.8 Kre-O2 Merchandise2.1 3D Battle-Card Game3 Notes4 References Toys Generation 1 MINT! NEWT!Warpath (Mini-Vehicle, 1985)Japanese ID number: 87Warpath transforms into a General Motors M551A1 Sheridan ARAAV tank. There is a notable paint variation on Warpath: while most releases have black-painted optics, some leave the optics unpainted yet cover his entire faceplate in black.In 1986, he was made available as a mail-away item (as he was no longer shipping to retail shelves) in the Digital Doom on the Highway to Destruction flier packed with most boxed Transformers toys. He cost $4 and one Robot Point.In Japan, he was made available only as a mail-away item, costing 500 yen and two Robot Points.Patent info, price guide, and further reading on Warpath at Transformerland.comMore information on Warpath at TFU.info The Transformers CollectionMinibot Team (Multi-pack, 2004)Japanese ID number: TFC-12Warpath was reissued in a The Transformers Collection six-pack with Bumble, Adams, Gears, Huffer, and Powerglide. There are no notable differences between the original and the reissue versions, aside from a factory-applied foil Autobot sigil decal on his turret.This entire set was redecoed to make the "G1 GoBots" set: Warpath was used to make Treds. Universe (2008) My eyes are up here.Warpath (Legends, 2008)Universe (2008) Warpath transforms from an H-shaped, futuristic tank, similar to Armada Megatron or Animated Shockwave, to a robot mode resembling his original form, right down to the cannon in the chest. Warpath's torso tilts back to become the turret of his alt mode, but it doesn't peg in place, so it's always drooping slightly. He is the only Legends Minibot figure that has moving elbows.This mold was redecoed to make Sparkcrusher.More information on Legends Warpath at TFU.info Henkei! Henkei! A (very noisy) spy.Minibot Spy Team (Multi-pack, 2009)Japanese ID number: C-19A rather inappropriate inclusion in the Minibot Spy Team pack, the Henkei! Henkei! version of Universe Warpath has more cartoon-accurate colors and paint applications. Notably his red is more metallic and darker than the Hasbro version. He also uses a darker gray, and replaces the black eyes with gray and the yellow detail on his chest with gray as well. His Autobot symbol is the traditional red with white outline unlike the Hasbro version. He is packed with similarly redecoed Legends-class versions of Cosmos and Wheelie. Generations 70URR37735Warpath (Deluxe, 2011)Accessories: MissileWarpath is the sole new toy in the eighth wave of Generations Deluxe Class toys. He transforms from a robot mode inspired by his original Mini Vehicle toy into a combat tank of likely made-up origins. A spring-loaded missile launcher is placed on his right shoulder, and rods in his legs and arms are compatible with c joint accessories. In tank mode, his turret can rotate and his barrel can rise. "K4-90W" and "Z0W-333" ("kapow" and "zoweee") are tampographed on his legs, a reference to Warpath's distinctive speech pattern from the original cartoon.Following a trend from other Generations figures, his instructions depict him with a different head sculpt for a potential upcoming retool, presumably as Hardhead. However, unlike various other Generations toys, the alternate head only shows up in some steps in the instructions, whereas most steps simply depict Warpath's actual head.This mold was retooled into Timelines Strika, the Blastcharge Strika Drone, and Timelines Treadshot. It also served as the basis of the non-toy Beast Wars: Uprising incarnation of Bazooka.More information on Generations Warpath at TFU.info In case you skipped the other Generations Warpath because you thought its accuracy to Warpath was a little too on the nose.Warpath (Legends, 2015)Part of the third wave of Combiner Wars Legends class figures, this new iteration of Warpath is a retool of Thrilling 30 Legends Megatron with a new head, and hence lacks the chest cannon he usually sports. Undocumented in the instructions, Chop Shop (or his redecoes Beet-Chop and Beet-Chit) can attach to the front of Warpath’s tank mode.Warpath also comes with a collector card based on his packaging art.More information on Combiner Wars Warpath at TFU.info United In case you wanted an Accurate Warpath and had a big enough wallet.Warpath (Deluxe, 2012-01-28)ID number: UN-24Accessories: MissileThe United release of Warpath casts him in a red that is a close approximation of the original toy rather than the more red-brown coloration of the Hasbro release. He also features silver-outlined (only) Autobot symbols rather than the solid black symbols found on the Generations version, and lacks the alphanumeric codes on his tank sides. Curiously, his head is cast in red plastic rather than gray plastic painted over brownish red like the Hasbro release (despite no other gray plastic to red plastic changes). Bot Shots Warpath Launcher (Launcher, 2012)Series: 2Number: BL004Accessories: TargetFist strength: 440Blaster strength: 873Sword strength: 297Part of the second wave of Series 2 Bot Shots launchers, Warpath is a retool of the Brawl Flip Shot mold to give him a more Warpath-like head, though possibly Brawl was retooled from Warpath. He turns into a bitty tank, with a spring-loaded transformation to robot mode triggered when his front bumper is pressed. He comes with a large trailer redecoed from Bumblebee's trailer, and a large circular target that breaks into pieces when hit.This mold was to be redecoed into Onslaught for the Combaticon set, which has yet to be released - if it ever gets released at all.The second wave of Series 2 launchers didn't reach mass retail in the United States, and were only available online or in discount stores like Ross.More information on Warpath at TFU.info Kre-O Warpath (Kreon Micro-Changer, 2012/2015)Collection: 1Bag number: *****43Accessories: Logo brickPart of the first normal wave of Micro-Changer Kreons, Warpath is a blindpacked-bagged mini-figure, though a stamped ID number can be found on the back of the bag, top-right corner. He comes with an extra part (one 1X1 brick with a stud on the side) to turn him into a tank.He uses the Ironhide style helmet.Kreon Class of 1985 (Kreon figure set, 2015)Set number: B5152Voted: Loves the Smell of Cryo-Shells in the MorningKreon Class of '85 Warpath has a much more toy-based deco, complete with masked face. The Kreons in this set all use the totally-revamped 2015 style bodies. He was only available as part of the San Diego Comic-Con-exclusive "Kreon Class of '85" 30-Kreon set. This set was also sold online through Hasbro Toy Shop after the show.Warpath (Kreon Micro-Changer, 2016)Collection: 1Accessories: Logo plateIn 2016, Collection 1 was re-released in a whole new production run for Dollar General stores in the US as part of a large collection of re-released Kre-O sets. But where most of these releases are nigh-identical to the originals, the re-released Micro-Changer blind-bags use the almost-entirely-retooled 2015 Kreon, with slightly-differently-hued plastics than the originals. (It is possible for some of the add-on pieces to be in the older hues.) Warpath's torso and face tampographs have also been reworked to be slightly more detailed, and the formerly-bare legs now have extra detail tampographing on them. The 1x1 top-clip piece is also slightly different from the original, with a much lower-set clip.Sadly, this release has no individual-identification code on the bag, requiring you to use the feel-through-the-bag method or just buy blind and hope. Merchandise 3D Battle-Card Game BAM! Sorry, I just can't- WHAM! KAZOW!!!Warpath (2007)A 35-point "common" character in the 3D Battle-Card Game's "Energon Wars" expansion, Warpath "transforms" into a red and grey tank. He uses the same parts layout as Movie Brawl, Movie Wreckage, and "Energon Wars" Blitzwing. Notes Generations Warpath's instructions, like many from the time, feature an alternate headsculpt. In this case it appears to be Hardhead. In late 2013, upcoming product listings inadvertently released to the public included 'TRA GENERATIONS DLX HARDHEAD A9252', although this figure was ultimately never announced or released.[1] Considering that a Nightbeat retool of the contemporary Reveal the Shield Jazz mold was also originally planned for the same assortment, it seems likely that this Hardhead toy would have used the aforementioned Warpath pretool. References↑ Hasbro customer service listings summary by User:MonzoRetrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Warpath_(G1)/toys&oldid=1224020" Categories: 3D Battle-CardsBot Shots AutobotsCombiner WarsGeneration 1 AutobotsGenerationsHenkei! Henkei! AutobotsKre-O AutobotsKreonsMini VehiclesMail order exclusivesSDCC exclusivesUnited AutobotsUniverse (2008)
     

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