Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers Beast Wars

YEAR
1997

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars
C-1 Convoy Optimus Primal Gorilla. Released July 1997. Identical to Hasbros version although the missiles are thinner 2980 Photo
C-2 Whiteclaw Polar Claw Polar Bear. Released July 1997. Identical to Hasbros version 2280 Photo
C-3 Cheetus Cheetor Cheetah. Released July 1997. Two versions were released, version 1: red eyed version similar to Hasbros second version of Cheetor which came in the smooth blister packaging. Version 2: Green eyed cheetah with red robot eyes. This version featured a remould to keep the cheetah head pointing forward in robot mode. 1500 Gallery
C-4 Dinobot   Velociraptor. Released July 1997. The initial release was identical to Hasbros version, later released were recoloured to resemble the CGI character 1500 Photo
C-5 Rattle Rattrap Norway Rat. Released July 1997. The initial release was identical to Hasbros version, later released were recoloured to resemble the CGI character 750 Photo
C-6 Convobat Optimus Primal Vampire Bat. Released July 1997. Identical to Hasbros version 750 Photo
C-7 Rhinox   African black rhinoceros. Released November 1997, Recoloured version of Hasbros release, features grey & brown colouring. 1500 Photo
C-8 Tigatron   Coloured pure white unlike the off white Hasbro version. Siberian tiger. Released November 1997. Also made available in North America through Hasbro's online Toy Shop in 2000 for $19.99 USD. 1500 Gallery
C-9 Howlinger Wolfang Timber wolf. Released December 1997 1500 Gallery
Special
VS-S1 Convobat VS Megalligator   Amazon Showdown Special Version. Features a CD-Rom containing video clips from the Beast Wars cartoon, tech specs and drawings to be printed and coloured in. According to the tech specs fr this set, the figures are the original Convoy & Megatron. Convobat is a red redeco of C-6 Convobat. 2980 Photo
VS-X1 Armor VS Snapper Armordillo "Volcano Showdown" Volcano play set. Comes with two Transformers, Armor the armordillo (Cybertron) and Snapper, a snapping turtle (Destron). The figures are unchanged from the Hasbro release 3980 Photo

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars
D-1 Megatron   Purple Tyrannosaurus Rex. Released July 1997. Identical to Hasbro's version 2980 Photo
D-2 Scorpos Scorponok African black scorpion. Released July 1997, Initial release was identical to Hasbros version, later released were redecoed to better resemble the CGI character 2280 Photo
D-3 Waspeeter Waspinator Wasp. Released July 1997. Slight redeco from Hasbros version, featuring brighter green and yellow colours 1500 Photo
D-4 Tarans Tarantulas Spider. Released July 1997. Initial release was identical to Hasbros version, later released were recoloured to resemble the CGI character model 1500 Photo
D-5 Terrorsaurer Terrorsaur Pteranodon. Released July 1997. Initial release was identical to Hasbros version, later versions were coloured as the CGI model featuring a yellow beak and the green colouring was removed from the beast modes back. 750 Photo 1
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D-6 Megalligator Megatron Alligator. Released July 1997. Identical to Hasbro's version 750 Photo
D-7 Shadow Panther   Black & yellow redeco of Cheetus, Japanese exclusive but also available to North America through Hasbro's online Toy Shop in 2000 for $19.99 USD. Released October 1997 1500 Gallery
D-8 Black Widow Blackarachnia Black Widow spider. Redeco of Tarans. Released November 1997. Featured minor colour differences from Hasbros version 1500 Gallery
D-9 Buzz Saw   Jacket wasp. Redeco of Waspeeter. Released December 1997. Featured minor colour differences from Hasbros version 1500 Gallery
Special
VS-S1 Convobat VS Megalligator   Amazon Showdown Special Version. Features a CD-Rom containing video clips from the Beast Wars cartoon, tech specs and drawings to be printed and coloured in. According to the tech specs fr this set, the figures are the original Convoy & Megatron. Convobat is a red redeco of C-6 Convobat. 2980 Photo
VS-X1 Armor VS Snapper   "Volcano Showdown" Volcano play set. Comes with two Transformers, Armor the armordillo (Cybertron) and Snapper, a snapping turtle (Destron). The figures are unchanged from the Hasbro release 3980 Photo

VS

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Versus Sets
VS-1 Convoy V Megatron   "Strongest Beast Showdown". Repackaged C-1 & D-1. Released August 1997 5800 Photo
VS-2 Whiteclaw V Scorpos   "Arctic Showdown". Repackaged C-2 & D-2. Released August 1997 4500 Photo
VS-3 Cheetus V Waspeeter   "Showdown of the Quickest". Repackaged C-3 (green eyed version) & D-3. Released August 1997 2980 Photo
VS-4 Dinobot vs Tarans   "Brutal Showdown". Repackaged C-4 & D-4. Released August 1997 2980 Photo
VS-5 Rattle V Terrorsaurer   "Showdown on the Rocky Mountain". Repackaged C-5 & D-5. Released August 1997 1480 Photo
VS-6 Convobat vs Megaligator   "Showdown at the Amazon." Repackaged C-6 & D-6. Released August 1997 1480 Photo
VS-7 Rhinox V Shadow Panther   "Showdown in the Wilderness." Repackaged C-7 & D-7. Released November 1997 2980 Photo
VS-8 Tigatron V Black Widow   "Showdown in the Deep Forest." Repackaged C-8 & D-8. Released November 1997 2980 Photo
VS-9 Howlinger V Buzz Saw   "Showdown in the Darkness". Repackaged C-9 & D-9. Released December 1997 2980 Photo

 

YEAR
1998

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars
C-1 Real Grey Type Convoy   Subtle paint application changes, lighter blue etc to look like the cartoon version. Sticker put on Box window saying "Special Convoy Commemorating 20 Million Figures Sold! Limited to Japan! Real Grey Type Convoy Figure". Commemorates 20 million Beast Wars toys sold worldwide. Released in January 1998, this was a running change made to C-1 Convoy at the tail end of the initial Beast Wars series. 2980 Photo
C-10 Airazor   Falcon. Released January 1998. Identical to Hasbro's version 750 Photo
C-11 Cybershark   Hammerhead shark. Released January 1998. Identical to Hasbro's version 1500 Gallery
Beast Wars Second
C-12 Apache B'Boom Identical to Hasbros' B'Boom. Mandrill & attack platform. Released March 1998 2280  
C-13 Bighorn Bonecrusher Bison. Redeco of Hasbro's Bonecrusher (white body repainted red). Released March 1998 1500  
C-14 Tasmania Kid Snarl Tasmanian Devil. Identical to Hasbro's release of Snarl. Released March 1998 750  
C-15 Scuba Claw Jaw Giant Squid. Identical to Hasbro's release. Released March 1998 750  
C-16 Lio Convoy   Released May 1998. White lion with golden mane. Head identical to Optimus Prime and has an opening hatch on his chest with the matrix. Also made available in North America through Hasbro's online Toy Shop in 2000 for $34.99 USD. 2980 Gallery
C-17 Bigmos Transquito Mosquito. Redeco of Hasbro's Transquito. Released May 1998 2280  
C-18 Powerhug Retrax Pill bug. Blue Retrax redeco. Released May 1998 1500  
C-19 Tonbot Jetstorm Dragonfly. Red Jetstorm redeco. Released May 1998 1500
C-20 Mantis Manterror Praying Mantis. Minor redeco of Hasbro's Manterror. Released May 1998 1500  
C-21 Drillnuts Drill Bit Boll Weevil. Redeco of Hasbros's Drill Bit. Released May 1998 750  
C-22 Scissorboy Powerpinch Earwig. Identical to Hasbro's Powerpinch. Released May 1998 750  
C-23 D.J Cicadacon Cicada. Redeco of Hasbro's release. Combines with Motorarm & Gimlet to form Tripledacus. 900  
C-24 Motorarm Ram Horn Rhinoceros beetle. Redeco of Hasbro's releae of Ram Horn. Combines with D.J & Gimlet to form Tripledacus. 900  
C-25 Gimlet Sea Clamp Lobster. Redeco of Hasbro's release. Combines with D.J & Motorarm to form Tripledacus. 1200  
C-26 Lio Junior Prowl Lion. Redeco of Hasbros' release. Combines with Skywarp & Santon to form Magnaboss. 780  
C-27 Skywarp Silverbolt Bald Eagle. Redeco of Hasbros' release. Combines with Lio Junior & Santon to form Magnaboss. 1100  
C-28 Santon Ironhide African elephant. Redeco of Hasbros' release. Combines with Lio Junior & Skywarp to form Magnaboss. 1200  
Special
S-2 Moon   Transforms into a rabbit. The character watched over events on Gaea. Moon is also a "view master" allowing you to see various characters through his chest. Released October 1998 980
X-2 Diver & Niagra Base Spittor Niagra play set w/ bright green Spittor redeco 4500
X-3 Tripledacus Tripredacus Giftset of D.J, Motorarm & Gimlet 2980
X-4 Magnaboss   Giftset of Lio Junior, Skywarp & Santon 2980
X-5 Ikard & Tako Tank   Blue redeco of Scuba w/ Tako (octopus) Tank play set with water shooting action, grasping claws & built in cycle for Ikard to ride 3980
Role Play
  Cybertron Buster   Role Play gun  
Exclusives
C-1 Skeleton Type Convoy   Toys R Us exclusive, limited to 6000 pieces, released July 1998. White clear version. Released when Beast Wars 2 was airing on TV. Sticker on the window box reads "Special Convoy Toys R Us Limited Edition. Skeleton Type Convoy is revealed!" 2980 Gallery
C-1 Convoy gold ver   TV Magazine Lucky Draw. Limited to 10 pieces overall. This was given away 3 different ways in the same draw:-
3 people would win a gold Convoy & gold Megatron set
1 person would win a set of 5 Cybertrons (Convoy, Rhinox, Rattle, Cheetus & Dinobot)
6 people would win a single gold Convoy.
Winners were announced in Mays edition of the magazine.
N/A Photo
C-7 Rhinox gold ver.   TV Magazine Lucky Draw from March's issue. Only one person would win a set of 5 gold Cybertrons - Convoy, Rhinox, Cheetus, Dinobot & Rattle. The winner was announced in May's issue N/A Photo
C-3 Cheetus gold ver.   TV Magazine Lucky Draw from March's issue. Only one person would win a set of 5 gold Cybertrons - Convoy, Rhinox, Cheetus, Dinobot & Rattle. The winner was announced in May's issue N/A Photo
C-4 Dinobot gold ver.   TV Magazine Lucky Draw from March's issue. Only one person would win a set of 5 gold Cybertrons - Convoy, Rhinox, Cheetus, Dinobot & Rattle. The winner was announced in May's issue N/A Photo
C-5 Rattle gold ver.   TV Magazine Lucky Draw from March's issue. Only one person would win a set of 5 gold Cybertrons - Convoy, Rhinox, Cheetus, Dinobot & Rattle. The winner was announced in May's issue N/A Photo
C-1 Red Convoy   TV Magazine Beast Wars Club Lucky Draw in April 1998's edition. Limited to 20 pieces; winners were announced in June 1998's issue. Red & Grey redeco. The other prizes in the lucky draw were Apache (standard release, limited to 10 pieces) and Bighorn (standard release, limited to 10 pieces) N/A Photo
C-1 Blue Convoy   Comic Bom Bom Lucky Draw design contest from May 1998's issue. Limited to 30 pieces. Coloured a pale blue & grey. There appear to be 2 box variants, one without a sticker on the box window and one with a silver sticker on the box window which is the same sticker seen on the "Real Grey Type Convoy" which must be an error or the items seen may have been reboxed. N/A Photo
C-1 Burning Convoy   Released November 1998. Translucent red, Beast Wars 2 Movie Commemorative edition figure released alongside Flash Lio Convoy. Limited to 5000 pieces "Beast Wars Special Movie Celebration. The bravest of the brave returns. Burning Convoy." 2980 Gallery
C-16 Flash Lio Convoy   Released November 1998. Beast Wars 2 Movie Commemorative edition, released alongside Burning Convoy, Limited to 5000 pieces. Translucent deco of Lio Convoy. 2980 Gallery
C-16 Green Flash Lio Convoy   Green redeco of Flash Lio Convoy. This was a present for Takara staff and was not commercially available.    
C-16 Black Lio Convoy   Toys-R-Us Exclusive (Bom Bom Comics Original), limited to 6000 pieces. There are blue claw & gold claw variants 2980 Gallery
C-16 Gold Lio Convoy   Comic Bom Bom Lucky Draw, Limited to 10 pieces. First wave was mat gold plastic; the second wave was gold chrome. The other prizes in this campaign were a gold Galvatron (limited to 1 piece), silver Galvatron (Limited to 10 Pieces), Flash Lio Convoy & Black Lio Convoy (Limited to 10 pieces). The contest started in the August 1998 issue of the magazine. N/A Photo
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C-16 Lio Convoy black ver.   Comic Bom Bom Exclusive lucky draw in the September 1998 issue, limited to 10 pieces. Similar to the Toys R Us version. Has Blue Claws. To differentiate from the Toys R Us release it has "BLXX " in white writing on the robot modes bottom (XX stand for 2 digits). The other prizes in this campaign were a gold Galvatron (limited to 1 piece), silver Galvatron (Limited to 10 Pieces), Flash Lio Convoy & gold Lio Convoy (Limited to 10 pieces) N/A Photo
C-16 Galvatron Lio Convoy   Comic Bom Bom December 1998 issue exclusive given away to those who wrote in to enter the lucky draw competition. Galvatron Deco (Black & Purple). Limited to 50 pieces. N/A Photo
S-2 Mecha Rabbit Moon   TV Magazine Lucky Draw. In the September 1998 edition you had to enter the draw to be in a chance to win a Mecha Rabbit Moon limited to 10 pieces. The closing date for the draw was the 5th September 1998 and winners would be announced in the November 1998 issue. In the October 1998 issue, readers had to send off a post card with 3 or more "Beast Points" cut out from Beast Wars Secons boxes to be in with a chance to win Mecha Rabbit Moon in a further prize draw and these were limited to 2000 pieces. Moon was cast in white plastic and came in a plain white box with a note of congratutations. N/A
C-26 Lio Junior Black Version   Released with 300 piece jigsaw puzzle of a Beast Wars Metals scene. Black body with red mane. 2000
C-26 Lio Junior White Version   Lio Convoy deco, released with 300 piece jigsaw puzzle of a Beast Wars Second scene. 2000
Egg Beasts
EC-1 Eggleo   Keyring, clear yellow. Eggbot, originally released in the Microchange line under Meteor Robo Series 500
EC-2 Eggbird   Keyring, clear red. Eggbot, originally released in the Microchange line under Meteor Robo Series 500
EC-3 Eggbot   Keyring, clear blue. Eggbot, originally released in the Microchange line under Meteor Robo Series 500
Botcon Exclusive
  Barbearian / Grizzly-1   Botcon Japan exclusive, brown redeco of White Claw. Limited to 600 pieces. 7800

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars
D-10 Kuwagaiger Insecticon Lamellicorn beetle. Released January 1998. Identical to Hasbro's version 750 Photo
D-11 Inferno   Fire ant. Released January 1998. Identical to Hasbro's version 2280 Photo
Beast Wars Second
D-12 Megastorm   Redeco of the large 1993 Generation 2 Megatron which was previously unreleased in Japan. This mould does not feature any electronics. Released March 1998 2980  
D-13 Starscream & BB   Redeco of the 1994 Generation 2 Dreadwing & Smokescreen which was released in Japan in 1995 as TRF-10 Dreadwing. The colour scheme is based on the 1995 "Advanced Tactical Bomber Megatron" which had a very limited test release in North America. Released March 1998 2500 Gallery
D-14 Dirge   Blue redeco of 1997 Machine Wars Skywarp & Thundercracker mould. Released March 1998 750 Gallery
D-15 Thrust   Yellow redeco of 1997 Machine Wars Megatron & Megaplex mould. Released March 1998 750  
D-16 Galvatron   Transforms into a dragon and a drill tank. The tank is reminisent of G1 Galvatrons cannon mode. Take caution with this figure especialy with the dragon mode feet. Released May 1998. Also made available in North America through Hasbro's online Toy Shop in 2000 for $34.99 USD. 2980 Gallery
D-17 Autostinger   Yellow redeco of the 1995 G2 Dirtbag which had previously been unreleased in Japan. Released April 1998 1500  
D-18 Autocrusher   Green redeco of the 1995 G2 Roadblock which had previously been unreleased in Japan. Released April 1998 1500  
D-19 Autojetter Grey and blue redeco of the unreleased G2 "Autoroller Jet". Released April 1998 1500
D-20 Autolauncher   Red and White redeco of the unreleased G2 "Autoroller Tank". Released April 1998 1500  
D-21 God Neptune   Combiner giftset featuring 5 figures which were not sold seperately. Redeco of 1998 G1 Decepticon Piranacon. Includes Coelagon (G1 Skalor), Halfshell (G1 Snaptrap), Scylle (G1 Tentakill), Sea Phantom (G1 Overbite) & Terrormander (G1 Seawing). Did not include the G1 Nautilator figure. Released August 1998 3980 Gallery
D-22 Gigastorm Remould & redeco of Trypticon / Dinosaurer minus all the accessories. Comes with Gigascouter (Redeco of Full-Tilt). Retains the electronics. Released October 1998 4980 Gallery
D-23 Hellscream   Remould & redeco of Cybershark. Released October 1998 2200  
D-24 Max-B   Remould & redeco of Howlinger. Released October 1998 2200  
D-25 Dirgegun   Remould & redeco of Waspeeter. Released November 1998 2200  
D-26 Thrustor   Remould & redeco of Dinobot. Released November 1998 2200  
Exclusives
D-1 Megatron gold ver.   TV Magazine Lucky Draw. Limited to 3 pieces. Gold chromed D-1 Megatron, though removable neck piece is purple. Only given away in a set with Convoy gold version to 3 winners. Winners would be announced in May's issue N/A Photo
D-16 Galvatron silver ver.   Comic Bom Bom Exclusive Lucky Draw (September 1998 issue) Limited to 10 pieces. Chrome deco, w/ purple & black plastic. The other prizes in this campaign were a gold Galvatron (limited to 1 piece), Gold Lio Convoy (Limited to 10 Pieces), Flash Lio Convoy & Black Lio Convoy (Limited to 10 pieces) N/A Photo
D-16 Galvatron gold ver.   TV Magazine Exclusive Lucky Draw as part of the Beast Wars Club (Advertised in August, September, October & November 1998 editions). The August issue first asked entrants to send in a drawing of an original Beast Wars Warrior to be in with a chance to win a special Beast Wars figure. Gold Galvatron and the first winner were relealed in the September 1998 issue. Gold Galvatron was the top prize and awarded to 1 person each month that they ran the competition. The competition ran across 3 issues therefore 3 Gold Galvatrons were awarded in total. Gold chrome redeco of D-16 Galvatron.
Comic Bom Bom also ran a lucky draw campaign in their September 1998 issue which also gave away 1 Gold Galvatron figure. The other prizes in this campaign were a silver Galvatron (limited to 10 pieces), Gold Lio Convoy (Limited to 10 Pieces), Flash Lio Convoy & Black Lio Convoy (Limited to 10 pieces)
N/A Photo
Eggbots
ED-1 Dark Eggleo   Keyring, clear deep green. Eggbot, originally released in the Microchange line under Meteor Robo Series 500  
ED-2 Dark Eggbird   Keyring, clear purple. Eggbot, originally released in the Microchange line under Meteor Robo Series 500  
ED-3 Dark Eggbot   Keyring, clear black. Eggbot, originally released in the Microchange line under Meteor Robo Series 500  
Botcon Exclusive
  Double Punch   Botcon Japan exclusive, translucent red Scorpos redeco. Limited to 600 pieces 7800  

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# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars Versus Sets
VS-10 Airazor V Kuwagaiger   "Showdown in Heaven". Repackaged C-10 & D-10 1480 Photo
VS-11 Cybershark V Inferno   "Showdown in Hell". Repackaged C-11 & D-11 2980 Photo
Beast Wars Second Versus Sets
VS-12 Apache V Megastorm   "Showdown of Artillery". Repackaged C-12 & D-12 5200
VS-13 Bighorn V Starscream & BB   "Showdown 2 against 1" Repackaged C-13 & D-13 3980
VS-14 Tasmania Kid V Dirge   "Showdown on Land Horizon". Repackaged C-14 & D-14 1480
VS-15 Scuba V Thrust   "Showdown on the Sea Horizon". Repackaged C-15 & D-15 1480
VS-16 Lio Convoy V Galvatron   "Histories Greatest Showdown". Repackaged C-16 & D-16 5800
VS-17 Bigmos V Autostinger   "Showdown at the Frontier". Repackaged C-17 & D-17 3750
VS-18 Powerhug V Autocrusher   "Showdown of Heavy Armour". Repackaged C-18 & D-18 2980
VS-19 Tonbot V Autojetter   "Showdown in the Stratosphere." Repackaged C-19 & D-19 2980
VS-20 Mantis V Autolauncher   "Showdown of Saucers". Repackaged C-20 & D-20 2980

 

YEAR
1999

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars Neo
C-29 Longrack   Transforms into a giraffe. Features a second "Vehicle Arm Mode". In giraffe mode when you press the tongue in, the eyes roll back. Released January 1999. Also made available in North America through Hasbro's online Toy Shop in 2000 for $34.99 USD. 2500 Gallery
C-30 Colada   Transforms into a cobra. Features a second "Battle Mode" which can be operated by smaller figures such as Stampy. Released January 1999. 1500 Gallery
C-31 Stampy   Transforms into a rabbit. Features a second "Scissor Mode" which can be held by larger figures such as Long Rack. Released January 1999. Also made available in North America through Hasbro's online Toy Shop in 2000 for $19.99 USD. 880 Gallery
C-32 Break   Transforms into a penguin. Features a second "Buster Mode", a gun which can be held by larger figures. Released January 1999 880 Gallery
C-33 Rockbuster   Transforms into a fiddler crab. This is a repaint of Hasbro's Razorclaw figure. Released January 1999. 750 Gallery
C-34 Randy   Transforms into a warthog. This is a gold repaint of Hasbro's Razorbeast. Released January 1999. This figures suffers from GPS and it is cast in gold plastic. It is advisable not to even touch this figure otherwise it will break. 750 Gallery
C-35 Big Convoy   Mammoth. Features a second "Mammoth Tank Mode". A lever on top of the mammoths head will move the trunk. This is the first "Convoy" figure to feature a removable Matrix. Released February 1999 2980 Gallery
C-36 Mach Kick Transforms into a horse. Features a second "Protect mode". The horses mane features a lever which projects the horse head forwards. Released March 1999 1500 Gallery
C-37 Sharp Edge   Transforms into a Sawshark. Retool of Beast Wars Cybershark. Released March 1999. 1800 Gallery
C-38 Bump   Transforms into an arrmordilo. Red & grey redeco of Beast Wars Armordillo. Released March 1999 750 Gallery
C-39 Survive   Transforms into a black bear. Redeco of Beast Wars Polar Claw. Released May 1999. 2200 Gallery
Special
S-3 Heinrad   Transfoms into a Tanuki, a species of racoon native to Japan. Features a second "Alarm Clock Mode" which is in the form of a Tanuki "Shigaraki-Yaki" Statue. You cannot set the time or stop the alarm whilst it is in alarm clock mode and you will have to transform it into robot mode. In Alarm Clock Mode he holds 2 containers, one labelled "sake" the other "passbook". The containers combine to form Heinrad's gun. Released February 1999 2980 Gallery
Role Play
  Spyshot & Claw Gun        
Real Figure
C-35 Big Convoy   Non Transformable PVC Figure    
Exclusives
C-35 Black Big Convoy   Toys R Us Exclusive. Limited to 6000 pieces. Black, gold and silver redeco of C-35 Big Convoy. Sticker placed on the window box reads "Limited Edition Black Big Convoy", other than the sticker the box and paperwork is identical to the standard Big Convoy release. The bio was published in the August 1999 edition of Comic Bom Bom. 2980 Gallery
C-35 Blue Big Convoy   TV Magazine (unconfirmed issue) featured a simultaneous draw for 3 exclusive Beast Wars Neo figures, one was Blue Big Convoy, one was Red Heinrad and the third was Black Magmatron. Each of the figures were limited to 10 people. N/A Photo
S-3 Red Heinrad   TV Magazine (unconfirmed issue) featured a simultaneous draw for 3 exclusive Beast Wars Neo figures, one was Blue Big Convoy, one was Red Heinrad and the third was Black Magmatron. Each of the figures were limited to 10 people. N/A  
VS-35 Gold Big Convoy VS Gold Magmatron   TV Magazine (unconfirmed issue) Lucky Draw. Limited to 10 people N/A Photo
  Tokusei Lio Convoy   TV Magazine (February 1999 edition) Beast Wars Club colouring competition, entrants had to create a new Beast Warrior, Cybertrons had to be an animal, Destrons had to be a Dinosaur. The best entry would be made into a toy and had a possibility of appearing in the cartoon. The closing date was 5th February 1999 and winners would be announced in the April edition of the magazine. Lio Convoy features a black, red & yellow redeco. 10 people were awarded an individual Tokusei (or Characteristic / Special) Lio Convoy, 5 people were also awarded a Characteristic Lio Convoy VS Galvatron Set. Galvatron was also a redeco. The top Prize was a set of Characteristic Cybertrons: Tazmania Kid, Scuba, Diver, Bighorn, Apache & Lio Convoy which were awarded to 2 people. N/A Photo
  Tokusei Apache   TV Magazine (February 1999 edition) Beast Wars Club colouring competition, entrants had to create a new Beast Warrior, Cybertrons had to be an animal, Destrons had to be a Dinosaur. The best entry would be made into a toy and had a possibility of appearing in the cartoon. The closing date was 5th February 1999 and winners would be announced in the April edition of the magazine. The top Prize was a set of Tokusei (or Characteristic / Special) Cybertrons: Tazmania Kid, Scuba, Diver, Bighorn, Apache & Lio Convoy which were awarded to 2 people. Apache is a green redeco. N/A
  Tokusei Scuba   TV Magazine (February 1999 edition) Beast Wars Club colouring competition, entrants had to create a new Beast Warrior, Cybertrons had to be an animal, Destrons had to be a Dinosaur. The best entry would be made into a toy and had a possibility of appearing in the cartoon. The closing date was 5th February 1999 and winners would be announced in the April edition of the magazine. 30 people were awarded a set of 3 Characteristic Cybertrons: Scuba, Tazmania Kid & Diver. The top Prize was a set of Characteristic Cybertrons: Tazmania Kid, Scuba, Diver, Bighorn, Apache & Lio Convoy which were awarded to 2 people. Scuba was a light blue, white & pink redeco. N/A
  Tokusei Tasmania Kid   TV Magazine (February 1999 edition) Beast Wars Club colouring competition, entrants had to create a new Beast Warrior, Cybertrons had to be an animal, Destrons had to be a Dinosaur. The best entry would be made into a toy and had a possibility of appearing in the cartoon. The closing date was 5th February 1999 and winners would be announced in the April edition of the magazine. 30 people were awarded a set of 3 Tokusei (or Characteristic / Special) Cybertrons: Scuba, Tazmania Kid & Diver. The top Prize was a set of Characteristic Cybertrons: Tazmania Kid, Scuba, Diver, Bighorn, Apache & Lio Convoy which were awarded to 2 people. Tazmania Kid was a yellow & blue redeco. N/A
  Tokusei Diver   TV Magazine (February 1999 edition) Beast Wars Club colouring competition, entrants had to create a new Beast Warrior, Cybertrons had to be an animal, Destrons had to be a Dinosaur. The best entry would be made into a toy and had a possibility of appearing in the cartoon. The closing date was 5th February 1999 and winners would be announced in the April edition of the magazine. 30 people were awarded a set of 3 Tokusei (or Characteristic / Special) Cybertrons: Scuba, Tazmania Kid & Diver. The top Prize was a set of Characteristic Cybertrons: Tazmania Kid, Scuba, Diver, Bighorn, Apache & Lio Convoy which were awarded to 2 people. Diver was a red & pink redeco N/A
  Tokusei Bighorn   TV Magazine (February 1999 edition) Beast Wars Club colouring competition, entrants had to create a new Beast Warrior, Cybertrons had to be an animal, Destrons had to be a Dinosaur. The best entry would be made into a toy and had a possibility of appearing in the cartoon. The closing date was 5th February 1999 and winners would be announced in the April edition of the magazine. The top Prize was a set of Tokusei (or Characteristic / Special) Cybertrons: Tazmania Kid, Scuba, Diver, Bighorn, Apache & Lio Convoy which were awarded to 2 people. Bighorn is a purple, light blue & cream redeco. N/A

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars Neo
D-29 Guiledart   Triceratops. Also features a second "play dead" mode. Released January 1999 1800 Gallery
D-30 Saberback   Stegosaurus. Also features a second "Claw Trap" mode. Released January 1999. 1800 Gallery
D-31 Sling   Dimetrodon. Has a second "Trap" mode. Released Januar 1999 880 Gallery
D-32 Dead End   Ammonite. Released January 1999 880 Gallery
D-33 Hydra   Purple Pteranodon. redeco of Hasbro's Lazorbeak. Released January 1999 750 Gallery
D-34 Crazybolt   Frilled lizard. Redeco of Hasbro's Iguanus. Released January 1999 750 Gallery
D-35 Magmatron   3 Dinosaurs combine into one robot mode Elasmosaurus (Sea-Saur); Quetzalocoatus (Air-Saur) & Gigantosaurus (Land-Saur). The individual dinosaurs do not have their own robot modes. The three dinosaurs also combine into one neast mode, the Magmasaurus. Released February 1998 2980 Gallery
D-36 Archadis Archaeopteryx. Released March 1998 1500 Gallery
D-37 Hardhead   Pachycephalosaurus, purple remould & Redeco of Dinobot. Released March 1998 1500 Gallery
D-38 Bazooka   Ankylosaurus. Released March 1998 750 Gallery
D-39 Killerpunch   Styracosaurus remould & redeco of Guiledart. Released May 1998 1800 Gallery
Special (The Blendtrons - Unicron's Henchmen)
X-6 Latolata   Redeco of Hasbro's Deluxe Fuzor Injector. Released July 1998 1500 Photo
X-7 Elphaorpha   Redeco of Hasbro's Deluxe Fuzor Torca. Released July 1998 1500 Photo
X-8 Drancron   Redeco of Hasbro's Deluxe Fuzor Skyshadow. Released July 1998 1500 Photo
Unreleased
  Unicron   Unreleased. The prototype has been exhibited at the 1999 Tokyo Toy Festival and the 2002 Tokyo Game Show.    
Real Figure
D-35 Magmatron   Non Transformable PVC Figure    
Exclusives
D-35 Gold Magmatron   Comic Bom Bom (unconfirmed issue) Lucky Draw. Thought to be limited to 1 piece N/A Photo
D-35 Black Magmatron   TV Magazine (unconfirmed issue) featured a simultaneous draw for 3 exclusive Beast Wars Neo figures, one was Blue Big Convoy, one was Red Heinrad and the third was Black Magmatron. Each of the figures were limited to 10 people. Magmatron was moulded in black plastic with gold highlights N/A Photo
VS-35 Gold Big Convoy VS Gold Magmatron   TV Magazine (unconfirmed issue) Lucky Draw. Limited to 10 people N/A Photo
D-16 Tokusei Galvatron   TV Magazine Beast Wars Club colouring competition, entrants had to draw their favourite character with an original colour scheme. The best entry would be made into a toy and had a possibility of appearing in the cartoon. 5 people were awarded a Characteristic Lio Convoy VS Galvatron Set. The colour scheme of Galvatron was initially unknown but was finally revealed in the "Beast Wars Generations" "Mook", published November 2020. N/A Photo

VS

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
VS-29 Longrack V Guiledart   "Savannah Showdown". Repackaged C-29 & D-29. Released January 1999. 4280
VS-30 Colada V Saberback   "Desert Showdown". Repackaged C-30 and D-30. Also made available to North America through Hasbro's online Toy Shop in 2000 for $34.99 USD. Released January 1999. 3280
VS-31 Stampy V Sling   "Prairie Showdown". Repackaged C-31 & D-31. Released January 1999 1750
VS-32 Break V Dead End   "Undersea Showdown". Repackaged C-32 & D-32. Released January 1999 1750
VS-33 Rockbuster V Hydra   "Backwater Showdown". Repackaged C-33 & D-33. Released January 1999 1480  
VS-34 Randy V Crazybolt   "Explosive Showdown". Repackaged C-34 & D-34. Released January 1999 1480  
VS-35 Big Convoy V Magmatron   "Cosmic Showdown". Repackaged C-35 & D-35. Released February 1999 5800  
VS-36 Mach Kick V Archadis   "Favorites Showdown". Repackaged C-36 & D-36. Released March 1999 2980  
VS-37 Sharp Edge V Hardhead   "Master Fencers Showdown". Repackaged C-37 & D-37. Released March 1999 3280  
VS-38 Bump V Bazooka   "Extreme Showdown". Repackaged C-38 & D-38. Released March 1999 1480  
VS-39 Survive V Killerpunch   "Roaring Showdown". Repackaged C-39 & D-39. Released May 1999 3980 Gallery

 

YEAR
1999

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars Metals
C-40 Metals Convoy Optimus Primal Minor repaint of Hasbros Transmetal Optimus Primal. Has slight translucent maroon plastic instead of the brown plastic on Hasbros version. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Cybertron" and also featured the Cybertron insignia. Released September 1999 2500 Photo
C-41 Silverbolt   Minor repaint of Hasbro's Deluxe Fuzor Silverbolt, featuring a lighter grey deco than Hasbro version. Released September 1999 1800 Photo
C-42 Metals Cheetus Cheetor Very minor repaint of Hasbros Deluxe Transmetal Cheetor. The beast modes teeth are painted and the robot modes eyes are now green. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Cybertron" and also featured the Cybertron insignia. Released September 1999. 1800 Photo
C-43 Metals Rattle TM Rattrap Minor redeco of Hasbros Deluxe Transmetal Rattrap which is closer to the cartoon modeld colour scheme. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Cybertron" and also featured the Cybertron insignia. Released September 1999 1800 Photo
C-44 Metals Rhinox TM Rhinox Minor redeco of Hasbro's Deluxe Transmetal Rhinox. Features a gark gold / bronze chrome in place of Hasbro's blue chrome. Released September 1999. 1800 Gallery
Photo
C-45 Metals Airazor TM Airazor Minor redeco of Hasbro's Deluxe Transmetals Airazor. Released September 1999 1800 Photo
C-46 Metals Depth Charge   Identical to Hasbro's Ultra Transmetal Depth Charge. Released October 1999. 3500 Photo
C-47 Metals Powered Convoy Optimal Optimus Minor redeco of Hasbro's Optimal Optimus. Has a more yellow plastic instead of orange on the Hasbro version. Released December 1999. 4980 Photo
C-48 Metals Black Widow TM2 Blackarachnia Identical to Hasbro's Mega Transmetals 2 Blackarachnia. Released December 1999. The mould features remnants of an abandoned vehicle mode. 2500 Photo
C-49 Metals Cheetus 2 TM2 Cheetor Identical to Hasbro's Deluxe Transmetal 2 Cheetor. Released December 1999 1800 Photo
C-50 Metals Tigerfalcon Tiger Hawk Identical to Hasbro's Transmetals 2 Tigerhawk. Released December 1999. 3500 Photo
Real Figure
C-40 Metals Convoy   Transformable mini C-40 Convoy. 680 Photo
Promotional Packaged Figures
C-40 Metals Convoy   Standard figure with a sticker on the window box. Came with a promotional VHS tape which contained a 15 minute promotion of Beast Wars Metals titled "The Mystery of Metals Birth Revealed". 2500 Photo
VS-40 Convoy VS Megatron   Standard figure with a sticker on the window box. Came with a promotional VHS tape which contained a 15 minute promotion of Beast Wars Metals titled "The Mystery of Metals Birth Revealed". 4980 Photo
Direct Import
  Optimus Minor   Toys R Us Exclusive. This was an import of Hasbro's Transmetals 2 Optimus Minor. 880  
Exclusives
  Gold Metals Convoy   TV Magazine Lucky Draw. To enter you had to send in a drawing of a "New Beast Warrior". The competition ran in several magazine issues starting with Decembers issue. 1) December 1999 issue first prize Gold Metals Convoy, consolation prize was Rattle for other winners. 2) January 2000 issue first prize was Gold Metals Convoy, consolation prize was Cheetus for other winners (winners announced in March's issue). 3) February 2000 issue first prize was Gold Metals Convoy, consolation prize was Rhinox for other winners (winners announced in April's issue).

Gold Metals Convoy was also awarded as a Lucky Draw item in Comic Bom Bom's December 1999 magazine where you had to send off a postcard to enter the draw. Winners were announced in February 2000's issue. These were limited to 10 people.
N/A Photo
  Gold Metals Convoy vs Silver Metals Megatron   Potentially a Comic Bom Bom Lucky Draw. Giftset of the Gold Metals Convoy and Silver Metals Megatron. Limited to 10 pieces. N/A Photo
  Silver Metals Convoy   Several Beast Wars DVD's published by Pioneer came with a prize draw leaflet for a Silver Metals Convoy which were limited to 100 pieces. Came in a black and white box. The "Cybertron" tampograph on the chest is replaced with "Pioneer". Entries had to be in between 16th December 1999 and 20th February 2000. N/A Photo
  Rattle Special Version   White, orange & blue redeco of C-43 Rattle. Released with 500 piece jigsaw puzzle from Central Hobby featuring Beast Wars Metals characters. Has "Rattrap" printed on its side instead of "Cybertron" 2500 Photo
  Metals Convoy black ver   Redeco of the Real Figure Metals Convoy. Transformable mini C-40 Convoy in gold & translucent black deco. Trade show exclusive, sold in a clear bag N/A Photo
  Metals Convoy red ver   Redeco of the Real Figure Metals Convoy. Transformable mini C-40 Convoy in gold & translucent red deco. Trade show exclusive, sold in a clear bag N/A Photo

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars Metals
D-40 Metals Megatron   Redeco of Hasbros Mega Transmetals Megatron. The copper colouring is darker and the brown plastic is now moulded in black plastic. Unlike Hasbros version, this release is not fragile. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Destron" and also featured the Destron insignia. Released September 1999. 2500 Photo
D-41 Metals Rampage   Redeco of Hasbro's Ultra Transmetals Rampage featuring more silver detailing and a more prominent "X" on the back of the crab mode. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Destron" and also featured the Destron insignia. Released September 1999. 3500 Photo
D-42 Metals Waspeeter Waspinator Identical to Hasbro's Deluxe Transmetals Waspinator. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Destron" and also featured the Destron insignia. Released September 1999. 1800 Photo
D-43 Metals Terrorsaurer Terrorsaur Minor redeco of Hasbros Deluxe Transmetals Terrorsaur with additional silver detailing applied to the robot face. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Destron" and also featured the Destron insignia. Released September 1999. 1800 Photo
D-44 Metals Tarans Tarantulas Minor redeco of Hasbros Deluxe Transmetals Tarantulas with additional paint on the robot eyes to create a visor more accurate to the cartoon. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Destron" and also featured the Destron insignia. Released September 1999. 1800 Gallery
Photo
D-45 Quickstrike   Minor redeco of Hasbro's Basic Fuzor Quickstrike with blue paint detailing on the robot face and darker orange beast mode legs. Released September 1999. 980 Photo
D-46 Metals Inferno Scavenger Identical to Hasbro's Transmetals Scavenger. Additionally the tampographed name is changed to "Destron" and also featured the Destron insignia. Released October 1999. 2500 Photo
D-47 Metals Dragon Megatron Megatron Identical to Hasbro's Ultra Transmetals 2 Megatron. Released December 1999. 3500 Photo
D-48 Metals Dinobot   Identical to Hasbro's initial Deluxe Transmetals 2 Dinobot with a tan/purple colour scheme. Released December 1999. 1800 Photo
Special
X-9 Metals Jaguar Ravage Black & silver retool & redeco of C-42 Metals Cheetus, comes with sticker sheet with original Destron & a G1 Megatron image from the Golden Disc. Released October 1999 1800 Gallery
Promotional Packaged Figures
VS-40 Convoy VS Megatron   Standard figure with a sticker on the window box. Came with a promotional VHS tape which contained a 15 minute promotion of Beast Wars Metals titled "The Mystery of Metals Birth Revealed". 4980 Photo
Direct Import
  Scourge   Toys R Us Exclusive. This was an import of Hasbro's Transmetals 2 Scourge 1800  
  Iguanus   Toys R Us Exclusive. This was an import of Hasbro's Transmetals 2 Iguanus. 1800  
Exclusives
  Silver Metals Megatron   Silver Metals Megatron was awarded as a Lucky Draw item in Comic Bom Bom's December 1999 magazine where you had to send off a postcard to enter the draw. Winners were announced in February 2000's issue. These were limited to 10 pieces. (preiously Limited to 50 pieces.) Chromed deco N/A Photo
  Gold Metals Convoy vs Silver Metals Megatron   Potentially a Comic Bom Bom Lucky Draw. Giftset of the Gold Metals Convoy and Silver Metals Megatron. Limited to 10 pieces. N/A Photo

VS

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
VS Sets
VS-40 Metals Convoy VS Metals Megatron   "Fateful Showdown". Repackaged C-40 & D-40. Released September 1999 4980 Photo
VS-41 Silverbolt VS Metals Rampage   "Brave Showdown". Repackaged C-41 & D-41. Released September 1999 5200 Photo
VS-42 Metals Cheetus VS Metals Waspeeter   "Cyclone Showdown". Repackaged C-42 & D-42. Released September 1999 3500 Photo
VS-43 Metals Rattle VS Metals Terrorsaurer   "Flash Showdown". Repackaged C-43 & D-43. Released September 1999 3500 Photo
VS-44 Metals Rhinox VS Metals Tarans   "Strength Showdown". Repackaged C-44 & D-44. Released September 1999 3500 Gallery
VS-45 Metals Airazor VS Quickstrike   "Heatwave Showdown". Repackaged C-45 & D-45. Released September 1999 2700 Photo
VS-46 Metals Depth Charge VS Metals Inferno   "Undersea Showdown". Repackaged C-46 & D-46. Released October 1999 5800 Photo

 

YEAR
2000

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars Metals Exclusives
  Metals Airazor "Special Limited Colour"   Toys R Us Exclusive Lucky Draw. Draws were held at Toys R Us stores on New Years Day, 1st January 2000 and the special coloured Beast Wars Metals figures were given away to winners. This was a straight repackage of Hasbro's Fox Kids Transmetals Airazor, complete with Airazors name tampographed on the figure. Given away in plain white box. Came with Japanese instructions from the standard Beast Wars Metals release N/A  
  Metals Rhinox "Special Limited Colour"   Toys R Us Exclusive Lucky Draw. Draws were held at Toys R Us stores on New Years Day, 1st January 2000 and the special coloured Beast Wars Metals figures were given away to winners. This was a straight repackage of Hasbro's Fox Kids Transmetals Rhinox, complete with Rhinox's name tampographed on the figure. Given away in plain white box. Came with Japanese instructions from the standard Beast Wars Metals release N/A  
  Metals Cheetus "Special Limited Colour"   Toys R Us Exclusive Lucky Draw. Draws were held at Toys R Us stores on New Years Day, 1st January 2000 and the special coloured Beast Wars Metals figures were given away to winners. This was a straight repackage of Hasbro's Fox Kids Transmetals Cheetor, complete with Cheetor's name tampographed on the figure. Given away in plain white box. Came with Japanese instructions from the standard Beast Wars Metals release N/A  

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Links:-
Beast Wars Metals
  Metals Waspeeter "Special Limited Colour"   Toys R Us Exclusive Lucky Draw. Draws were held at Toys R Us stores on New Years Day, 1st January 2000 and the special coloured Beast Wars Metals figures were given away to winners. This was a straight repackage of Hasbro's Fox Kids Transmetals Waspinator, complete with Waspinator's name tampographed on the figure. Given away in plain white box. Came with Japanese instructions from the standard Beast Wars Metals release N/A  
  Metals Tarans "Special Limited Colour"   Toys R Us Exclusive Lucky Draw. Draws were held at Toys R Us stores on New Years Day, 1st January 2000 and the special coloured Beast Wars Metals figures were given away to winners. This was a straight repackage of Hasbro's Fox Kids Transmetals Tarantualas complete with Tarantulas's name tampographed on the figure. Given away in plain white box. Came with Japanese instructions from the standard Beast Wars Metals release N/A  
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