Transformers Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Class Dinobot Slug Figure

  • 2-in-1 Dinobot Slug figure converts from robot mode to dino mode and back
  • Triceratops mode
  • Includes 2 swords
  • Changes in 8 steps
  • Deluxe Class Series M4 No.003 Dinobot Slug
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Transformers: Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Class Dinobot Slug

Transformers: Age of Extinction Deluxe-Class action figures are the front line in the battle between the Autobots and the Decepticons! These mighty robots from the planet Cybertron have come to Earth to continue their epic battle. In Transformers: Age of Extinction, to defend our planet, Optimus Prime and the Autobots will team up with a powerful new group of allies: the Dinobots!

Battle Decepticons with Dinobot Slug, the Dinobot Heavy Weapons Specialist
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Robots in Disguise

The battle against extinction begins here! As the Age of Extinction dawns, the Autobots find themselves fighting powerful new enemies from both Earth and beyond. You can join the battle with Transformers: Age of Extinction Deluxe-Class action figures! Each toy converts from toy vehicle to robot or dinosaur to robot and back. With awesome action features, amazing detail, and a variety of characters to choose from, there’s something for everyone with Transformers: Age of Extinction toys (each sold separately)! Collect your favorite characters, pick your side, and join the battle for Earth!

Pretend You’re Fighting Bad Guys with 2 Trailcutter Swords
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Pulverize Enemies with the Fiery Dinobot Slug

Dinobot Slug hates taking orders, unless it means getting to destroy something. He’s one of the most feared Dinobot Knights — but also one of the most reckless. When he charges into battle, the fiery warrior will level anything in his path with a fit of white-hot dino rage. His fellow Dinobots know to stay out of his way. Any enemies that meet him on the battlefield don’t realize that until he’s already pulverized them. At that point, it’s too late — he’s already started leveling his next target.

Change from Robot to Dino and Back in 8 Steps
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Changes in 8 Steps

Deluxe Class figures feature streamlined conversion so you can quickly switch between modes and keep the battle going. The Dinobot Slug converts from a Triceratops to a fiery warrior robot and back in 8 steps. Battle him against your other Transformers figures! Sold separately.

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Includes

Converting Dinobot Slug action figure, 2 Trailcutter Swords and instructions.

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Highlights

1. Battle Decepticons with Dinobot Slug 2. Converts to a Triceratops and back 3. Comes with a 2 Trailcutter Swords 4. Changes from robot to dino and back in 8 steps

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3 Responses to Transformers Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Class Dinobot Slug Figure

  1. Phoenix Fire says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for Slug and Triceratops Fans Alike, June 8, 2014
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    This review is from: Transformers Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Class Dinobot Slug Figure (Toy)
    I just recently began collecting Transformers figures and the AoE Slug was one of my first purchases. I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about him since Triceratops is far from my favorite kind of Dino, but I have to admit that Slug is pretty cool. His transformation is fairly simple and can be done in as little as sixteen steps, so kids shouldn’t have too much trouble with him. He looks great on both forms and even comes with a pair of neat swords.
    His robot form is particularly neat as, like with the other Dinobots, he strongly resembles a knight. Details are impressive here, with his head looking just like a knight’s helmet and many parts of his Dino form converting into what looks like knight’s armor. There is tons of articulation here, too. My only problem with his robot form is that his waist swivels too easily, though that could just be an issue with mine.
    Dino form is also great. As with the rest of the Dinobots, Slug’s alt mode has some areas of creative alteration to the actual beast he converts into. I really like the addition of tusks to the lower jaw. The only issue with dino form is that it can be difficult to get him to stand on all four feet at once. As I like to display my figures this can be fairly bothersome, so I usually just keep him in robot mode.
    Thanks to the use of soft rubber as opposed to hard plastic in certain areas, this figure has almost no sharp points, making it great for kids. As a collector, I’m certainly happy with my purchase. This one is recommended.

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  2. Alexander Lucard says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Slag, Slag, His Name is SLAG!, July 1, 2014
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    Alexander Lucard (Arlington, VA) –
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    This review is from: Transformers Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Class Dinobot Slug Figure (Toy)
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    I was a big fan of the Dinobots as a young child growing up in the 80s. My favorites were Grimlock and Snarl, but Slag was the first one I owned and he still has a special place in my heart because of this. Well, the Bey-verse Slug is NOT my Slag. This Transformer is much smaller and is brightly decked out in purple and red colours instead of silver, gold and gray. As much as some older TF fans like myself may want to compare AoE Slug to classic Slag, it really is apples and oranges. That said, if you WANT a Dinobot closer to your childhood memories, do a google search for FanToys Scoria. This third party Slag looks like the original but has the articulation and poseability of a modern Transformer. It’ll also set you back two hundred bucks, so this $9.99 Slug may sound better and better after that revelation

    Slug (SLAG!) is a pretty easy transformer to well, transform. His modes are pretty easy and obvious to shift from one to the other. The Dinosaur (triceratops) looks fine if a bit garish. My wife likes how colourful he is and once you get past the G1 Dinobot paint scheme that is more than likely embedded into your head, you’ll be okay with it. Paradigm shift people!

    Robot mode is where Slag falls apart. Part of it is indeed my own preconceived notions. it’s weird having the triceratops head as shoulder pads instead of a helmet for example. Other parts are just bad design. Slug’s robot head is just kind of a blob amdhis front dino legs are just hanging out on his side in robot mode, making Slug look more like Shiva than a Dinobot.

    So all in all, the price point is nice and when you get past the G1 expectations in your head, the dino mode of Slug is pretty decent for a Bey-verse figure but the robot mode is really lacking. We’ll call it a thumbs in the middle here.

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  3. Theresa M. Studer "Terra57" says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Only For The Kids!, June 17, 2014
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    Theresa M. Studer “Terra57″ (Claremont, NH USA) –

    This review is from: Transformers Age of Extinction Generations Deluxe Class Dinobot Slug Figure (Toy)
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    There is not a toy that comes into this house that doesn’t get tried out by my hubby first. Sometimes I have to wonder who the bigger kid is here but I guess that is part of being a male. With this toy hubby scoffed it right up as he has a smaller collection of these transformer toys.
    My grandson has a bit of a time with moving the parts around on this but not hubby. I think even though the age listed is quite low as to how old your child should be you really need to think about if your child is more of a hands on type or a visual type. Eric said he didn’t like the colors and Pappy agrees but as to the size it’s decent. Actually about average and the construction is a more sturdy plastic than I have seen on some of the past transformers. Price is average so really it’s just about what the child is interested in on if you should consider this for him or not.

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