Trilogy War for Cybertron

Following the end of the Power of the Primes Trilogy and the unification of Hasbro and Takara product, the War for Cybertron Trilogy was the beginning of a new era. This trilogy was split into three acts: Siege, Earthrise, and Kingdom. Each act also received a cartoon series on Netflix.  The Siege line featured alien alternate modes, micromasters, and battle masters. Following this, the Earthrise line featured primarily real-world-adjacent vehicle modes, micromasters, and battle masters. Afterwards, the Kingdom line introduced many Beast Wars characters and 1986 movie characters to celebrate their 25th and 35th anniversaries, respectively. Kingdom featured realistic animal and vehicle alternate modes and the core size class– a successor to the legends size class.

This new wave of Transformers featured a smaller and more consistent scale, replacing size with more complex engineering. Gimmicks became less integral to figures and was shifted to being supplemental. One gimmick that was introduced in Siege and has stuck around is modular transformers which can disassemble and armor other figures. The Studio Series 86 line, introduced alongside Kingdom, serves to supplement the line and its successor, the Legacy toy line.

We buy and sell Transformers-related toys, memorabilia, and collectibles at the best value. So, if you are ready to sell Hasbro’s War for Cybertron Trilogy toys, feel free to contact us today. We are more than happy to hear about your collection. We will also respond within 24 hours of hearing from you.

Trilogy War for Cybertron

Following the end of the Power of the Primes Trilogy and the unification of Hasbro and Takara product, the War for Cybertron Trilogy was the beginning of a new era. This trilogy was split into three acts: Siege, Earthrise, and Kingdom. Each act also received a cartoon series on Netflix.  The Siege line featured alien alternate modes, micromasters, and battle masters. Following this, the Earthrise line featured primarily real-world-adjacent vehicle modes, micromasters, and battle masters. Afterwards, the Kingdom line introduced many Beast Wars characters and 1986 movie characters to celebrate their 25th and 35th anniversaries, respectively. Kingdom featured realistic animal and vehicle alternate modes and the core size class– a successor to the legends size class.

This new wave of Transformers featured a smaller and more consistent scale, replacing size with more complex engineering. Gimmicks became less integral to figures and was shifted to being supplemental. One gimmick that was introduced in Siege and has stuck around is modular transformers which can disassemble and armor other figures. The Studio Series 86 line, introduced alongside Kingdom, serves to supplement the line and its successor, the Legacy toy line.

We buy and sell Transformers-related toys, memorabilia, and collectibles at the best value. So, if you are ready to sell Hasbro’s War for Cybertron Trilogy toys, feel free to contact us today. We are more than happy to hear about your collection. We will also respond within 24 hours of hearing from you.

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