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2002-2015
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Nucleon Quest Super Convoy
(with Black Hole Sortie Equipment)

Boxed

Cybertron

Function: Supreme Commander

 



Modes

 

Parts

Laser Rifle (x2)
Twin Particle Beam Cannon (x2)
HiQ / Engine
Super Robot Head

 

Tech Spec

Background: Once there was era in which the planet Seibertron had been struck by a fatal energy shortage. At this time, Convoy and HiQ, a scientist from the planet Nebulos, undertook a perilous journey in search of a new energy to replace Energon.

Abilities: In order for him to extract the super-energy "Nucleon" that exists in black holes, his entire structure is now protected by a phase modulation shield. He can now carry out activity in super-gravitic environments.

Personality: A protector of freedom, he possesses enormous intelligence and courage.

Weapons: Concussion blaster, twin particle beam cannons

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Firepower
Skill
10
10
7
10
10
10
9
10

 

Variations

There are no known variations of Nucleon Quest Convoy.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusievly in Toys R Us stores in Japan in 2001.
Additional Versions of Convoy: There are many additional versions of Convoy, for more information see our G1 Optimus Prime Toy Table.
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Super Ginrai (1988, Japan) and was later recolored as Fire Guts Super Ginrai (2002, Japan) and Commemorative Series II Powermaster Optimus Prime (2003).
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Powermaster Optimus Prime (1988).

Name Reuses: The name Nucleon Quest Convoy was never reassigned.

However, the name Convoy is used in Japan to refer to Optimus Prime (1984-2004), Optimus Primal (1996-2003), and Robots In Disguise Optimus Prime (2001-2004). The name Convoy was also assigned to Lio Convoy (1998, Japan), Big Convoy (1999, Japan), Clear God Fire Convoy (2000, Japan), and Grand Convoy (2004, Japan).