Alors que Mattel et Mattycollector stop la gamme Masters Of The Univers Classics (Super7 reprenant la licence MOTUC), le fabricant a décider de finir en beauté en prioposant aux collectionneurs un pack très attendu : le Roton et Skelcon (soldat de Skeletor).
Le Roton est proposé dans sa forme complète (avec le cockpit). Il sera en vente sur Mattycollector lundi 19 décembre à partir de 18h ! Le prix est de 125$.
Roton™ With Skelcon™ Figure
Evil Assault Vehicle – Masters of the Universe® Classics
Round and round the evil spinning blades of the Roton™ go, and when they stop … be prepared for battle! This oversized Evil Assault Vehicle can accept most Masters of the Universe® Classics figures in the cockpit, and arrives with a removable canopy, laser cannons that can be repositioned, and a display stand. The vehicle comes with a fully articulated Skelcon™ figure with a spear and dagger.
PLEASE NOTE: This product is larger/heavier than the majority of products we sell on MattyCollector.com, so you should expect higher than normal shipping charges. Charges will vary depending on where you are and the shipping method you choose
Originally designed by the Fighting Foe Man Ditztroyer, the Roton is an ominous vehicle that is black in color with red spinning blades around the circumference. Two glowering eyes are molded into the vehicle’s chassis to strike fear into even the bravest Heroic Warrior. Typically used on land, Rotons also function as flying vehicles and are equipped with guns, though the spinning blades are their most devastating weapon. The chaotic Ditztroyer double-crossed the Horde by secretly joining the Evil Warriors and offering them guidance on the Roton design.
The Skelcon were a primitive but highly adaptable race of horned demons who dwelled in the dark corners of the Dimension of Infinita and worshiped the bones of their ancestors until a summoning spell, cast by Skeletor, brought them to Eternia. Magically bound to his commands, the Skelcon served as Skeletor’s foot soldiers, wearing skull masks and wielding weapons built from the bones of their dead. During a battle with Hordak, the Skelcon were returned to Infinita, but Skeletor’s power over them remained.