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kup
21st January 2010, 11:14 AM
This may not be new but first time I have seen it. It seems that the same people who have been making the cheap KOs of Devastator and the Scramble City gestalts has reproduced a Lio Kaiser set.

Within package it is very low risk since it is very much identifiable as a KO but Gaihawk, Leozak and Killbison look accurate enough to full someone looking for loose figures, particularly if the pics are as as blurry as those of the auction:

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Transformers-Remake-G1-Combiner-Gestalt-LIO-KAISER-MISB_W0QQitemZ160396317672QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_To ysGames_ActionFigures_ActionFigures_JN?hash=item25 585d93e8

1AZRAEL1
21st January 2010, 11:28 AM
As well as the star stickers and the cheap looking plastic. Don't think I have seen one before either.

5FDP
21st January 2010, 11:34 AM
It has been around for a while now.

Here are some clearer images to help identify them when loose.

http://kotoys.com/Photos/G1_Combiners/Liokaiser01.JPG

http://kotoys.com/Photos/G1_Combiners/Liokaiser02.JPG

kup
21st January 2010, 11:36 AM
What's with Hellbat? He has Doubledealer parts on him which is very weird.

1AZRAEL1
21st January 2010, 11:55 AM
Like pretty much every other bootlegger, thats not as bad in comparison though. Like the Defensor set that has the limbs of other gestalts.

dirge
21st January 2010, 03:22 PM
Helldealer's white arms are a giveaway in that pic of the robot modes.

reillyd
30th January 2010, 08:52 PM
I just noticed on that guys listing

"Please be understood that the eBay funny DSR system will treat all 4-stars or less rating is BAD, and the sellers will be significantly penalized. So please do not hesitate to leave 5-STARS DSRs even the transaction is not flawlessly completed.
Otherwise, if you feel leaving perfect score is expensive and never leave perfect sorce, please do not leave any feedback and DSRs for the transaction, or even do not bid our item. Otherwise our account may be in great trobule."

Would it be morally wrong to buy one of these, "discover" its a bootleg, and file claims against him. Would it be morally wrong to suggest that other people do the same? :rolleyes: