Parts & PiecesSee all items
User Comments:Comments powered by Disqus
- Transformer Item 1 of 4
- Part Item 2 of 4
- Part Item 3 of 4
- Packaging Item 4 of 4
Gottat love a tank. Warpath is a great figure. The missile is a little long, but be careful if you clip it, it puts a lot of speed behind it and it becomes easy to lose the little guy.
I love the looks on this figure. I strongly recommend it. This figure fits in with my classics or generations toy display in my collection. Looks great and has a nice transformation.
Part of wave eight of the Transformers Generations line, Warpath's original retail price was about $12.00 (USD) depending on where it was purchased. Released in early 2011 Warpath's case-mates included Wheeljack, Thundercracker, Kup, and Scourge.
You'll find that Warpath's feet are hinged and allow for about 15° of forward movement. The knees are single-hinged and provide 90° of motion, from fully extended to the kneeling position. In the mid-thy area there is a swivel-point that allows you to rotate the lower legs a full 360°. The hips are articulated using a ball-joint that provides roughly 180° of front-to-back movement as well as about 45° of lateral motion.
The wrists are hinged, mostly due to the transformation process, but it does allow you to bend the wrist forward about 45°. The elbow uses a single-hinge to provide the arm with about 90° of flexibility, from fully extended to half raised. There is also a swivel-point directly above the elbow that allows for a full 360° of rotation for the lower-arm. In the shoulders hinge that provides about 90° of lateral motion, as well as a swivel-point that allows for a full 360° of rotation from front-to-back.
The head is attached with a swivel-point that allows for 360° of rotation.
Looking a lot like an upscaled version of the Legends class figure from the Universe 2.0 line, this figure is a nice update to the original and more in scale with the other C.H.U.G. (Classics, Henkei, Universe 2.0, Generations) figures than the Legends sized one.
There are a couple of improvements that could have been made to the design, but nothing too detrimental to the overall feel of the figure. It would have been nice to a wider range of motion in the ankle articulation to accommodate a wider range of stances and increase the overall poseability. The lack of waist articulation is my biggest complaint though. Given that you can rotate the turret a full 360° in tank-mode, and that the turret forms the chest of the figure in robot-mode, it would have been nice if they could have found a way to incorporate that into the waist or lower-chest area to allow you to turn the upper-body from side-to-side. Neither of these things are a huge deal, but they are things that could have been improved upon, and should be mentioned in a “review”.
Overall this is a great figure, and a nice way to expand you “Classics” collection. Given that these figures have been incredibly hard to find so far, if you're lucky enough to run across one at retail, and you have the money to get it, I would definitely recommend giving this guy a try. I'm not sure that I'd pay too much over retail for him, but it's unarguably a very solid figure. Personally, even though the deluxe is more in scale with the other Classics-style figures, I think I prefer the Legends class figure a bit more, but that just because I think the size homages the original Generation 1 Mini-Bot more to my liking.
Quite a fun guy, maybe too big for a few who remember his original G1 toy but it's just fine to me.
Warpath has a great transformation and solid look about him. He has a BLAM! firing missile launcher and ZOWEE several c-clip ports on him.
Awesome Classics representation of G1 Warpath. Really dig the head transformation feature when the cannon's pressed.
He is a great figure, very detailed and can pose together with WFC/FOC cast as he is quite cybertronian looking. Easy to transform, the only down side is his feet. can be improved by making real feets instead of track feets!
A real solid tank mode with an even better robot mode. He almost resembles a Power Ranger Zord in robot mode which is awesome. Woulda been cool if he had one or two more clip-on guns.
Amazing generations figure, and great G1 detailing of "Z0W-333" and "K4-90W" on his legs. Warpath never could speak quite right. This figure has one of my favorite transformations, and I'm always getting him out of my display shelf to play with. Robot mode is very articulate, and the tank alt mode brings the "K4-90W".
Warpath's robot mode is amazing., almost G1 cartoon like even. Although the alt-mode does not resemble G1 cartoon it is a really nice alt-mode.
This guy is awesome. Very articulated badass update of the mini G1 character and figure. Lots of weapons and just an overall amazing look and piece of engineering!! Highly recommended!!
I did a video review of this figure where I show the transformation and talk about the figure. http://youtu.be/1grX2JrzNqU
Due to his beefy tank tread feet Warpath is stable in most positions which is great because of all the unhindered possibility this guy packs. The only "down side" to this awesome figure is the extra long missile (to meet safety regulations) but that's easily remedied.
An awesome update to the classic G1 character. He transforms into an H-tank and is painted in sharp, clean, G1 accurate, allbeit, somewhat plain, colors. He comes complete with a missile launcher. The transformation isn't too difficult and is very engaging. This figure is highly sought after amongst collectors, so if you happen to see him on the pegs, or even, by chance, in the discount bin, grab him. A perfect addition to any Transformers collection and one fan's have wanted for a very long time...
Easily one of my favourite Generations figures, Warpath is a lot of fun to transform. His design is very clean, having no extra kibble parts hanging around, and still manages to pull off the chest-cannon very nicely. A much better tank figure than the Darkmount/Skullgrin attempt. A perfect update that captures the G1 character and toy quite well.
this is a really cool warpath! So much better then his G1 counter part and fully articulate. I totally recommend this figure.
BAM! ZAP! BOOSH! KRA-ZACK! BOP! RUMBLE! DOOSH! POW! WHACK! THWACK! SNAP! KER-PLOOIE! WOOSH! BROP! ZAM!
this is one of the best generation figures they have made. with a great robot mode and awesome vehicle
This is easily my favorite update of any of the G1 minibots. The transformation is so well done and the bot mode looks incredible. If anything the only negative would be the hatch door behind his head since you can't really do anything with it so it just sticks up.
This figure is awesome and looks great. I would highly recommend this figure to anyone collecting this line.
Robot mode is kind of meh looking, however vehicle mode is pretty awesome to look at. The turret can swivel 360 degrees and the main gun barrel tilts up and down very realistically.
I like the Generations collection, the transformations are fun and the figures were thoughtfully designed
Possibly my favorite autobot figure. His transformation is great and he just screams G1 all over. I love the "KA-P0W" and "Z0W-33" on him
Great figure, released after Transformers War for Cybertron, based on the video game DLC character Warpath. Great mold and figure, not a lot of movement in the figure but the detail is quite good.
Warpath is a neat deluxe and an awesome H-Tank. While I bought him on a whim, he doesn't really fill my need for tanks as well as Voyager and Leader Class figures do.
Generations Warpath is one of the best deluxe class Transformer toys that I have ever owned, and any Transformers fan should buy one.