Don't Call Me
Tony Productions




Function: Counter Intelligence





Gun Half 1
Gun Half 2


Tech Spec

Mirage volunteered for an experimental new Binaltech upgrade that boosted the power chip rectifier in his revamped body to the Nth degree, making him permanently invisible thanks to his electro-disruptor. This proved to be key in a special mission conceived of by Optimus Prime and Prowl. Having uncovered several secrets from the files of the time-traveling Ravage, the Autobots learned of a mysterious switch hidden away on Cybertron which, when pulled, would instantaneously immobilize all Transformers throughout the universe. Having lost Cybertron to Megatron's tyrannical rule and facing considerable odds in the Sol System as well, Prime decided it was necessary to activate the switch in order to end the war. With Tracks and several Smokescreen GTs awaiting his signal as back-up, Mirage invisibly infiltrated Decepticon-controlled Cybertron and made his way to the switch. After throwing the switch, though, Mirage was surprised to find that he was still mobile. It seemed the Binaltech warriors (both Autobot and Decepticon) were significantly different enough from regular Transformers to be unaffected by the immobilization wave. With the Autobots now vastly outnumbering the Decepticons still in operation, the tide of the war had irreparably shifted.



There are no known variations of this figure.



Availability: This figure was available in Japan in 2007.

Additional Versions of Rijie: There are many additional versions of Rigie, for more information see our G1 Mirage Toy Table.

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Alternators Mirage (2006),
Remolds: This figure was remolded into Alternators Rodimus (2007).
Name Reuses: The name Rijie was never reassigned.