Transformers Super Link

YEAR
2003

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
SC-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode Optimus Prime Released 25th December 2003. Features a brighter colour scheme than Hasbro's version and features the face plate head version. Earlier Hasbro releases featured a mouth much like the Beast Wars Optimus Primal design which was dropped for later waves to match the cartoon. Grand Convoy does not have any sound effects like the Hasbro version but retains the light up Matrix. Transforms into a tractor trailer. The cab transforms into a smaller robot mode whilst the trailer transforms into a base mode for Grand Convoys drone vehicles, Fire-1, Gyro-2, Digger-3 & Submarine-4. The drones combine with Grand Convoy to form Grand Convoy Super Mode. Also combines with SC-17 Wing Saber to form Wing Convoy as well as SC-22 Omega Supreme to form Omega Convoy. 4,980 Article Gallery
SC-02 Hot Shot Hot Shot Released 25th December 2003. Features a slightly different paint scheme to the Hasbro version as well as a new head sculpt for cartoon accuracy. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. Transforms into a yellow car resembling an Aston Martin. 1,980    
SC-03 Inferno   Released 25th December 2003. Features slightly different paint alterations from the Hasbro version. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. Transforms into a red Fire Engine. 1,980    
SC-04 Roadbuster Ironhide Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a blue 4x4. The Takara versions feature minor paint differences and the omission of the sound effects. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. 2,500    
SC-05 Skyfire Jetfire Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a Space Shuttle. The Takara versions feature minor paint differences and the omission of the sound effects. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. 2,500    
SC-06 Blastarm Strongarm Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a yellow jeep. Features a lighter yellow paint scheme than the Hasbro version. Comes with a translucent red crane and spare tire accessory which combine into an Energy Axe weapon. 980    
SC-07 Air Glide Sky Blast Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a white & red jet. Comes with translucent red rifle and two boosters which combine into an Energy Spear. The robot mode head resembles G1 Skyfire (Jetfire) from the 1984 cartoon. 980    
SC-08 Energon Saber Energon Saber (Scattor, Wreckage & Skyboom) Released 25th December 2003. Translucent yellow redecos and remoulds of the Micron Legend MM-02 Air Defense Micron. Each Micron has a new name: Pulse (redeco & remould of Mach), Laser (redeco & remould of Jetter) and Beam (redeco & remould of Shuttler). Identical to the Hasbro version. 980    
Super Link Sets
SS-01 Superlink Hotshot & Inferno   Released 25th December 2003. Giftset of SC-02 Hot Shot and SC-03 Inferno. Identical to their individual releases. 3,900    
SS-02 Superlink Roadbuster & Skyfire   Released 25th December 2003. Giftset of SC-04 Roadbuster & SC-05 Skyfire. Identical to their individual releases. 4,900    

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
SD-01 Nightscream Starscream Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a jet. Light grey, light red & translucent green redeco of Hasbro's Starscream. The figure is a new mould but is heavily based upon Generation 2 Smokescreen from the 1994 Dreadwing set (or 1995 TRF-10 Dreadwing in Japan). 1,980    
SD-02 Ironhide Demolishor Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a Seibertronian tank. Lime green & grey redeco of Micron Legend MD-03 Ironhide. Micron Partner: Search. Identical to the Hasbro version when that was released in 2004. 1,980   Gallery
SD-03 Sandstorm Cyclonus Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into an assault helicopter. Grey & black redeco of Micron Legend MD-04 Sandstorm. Micron partner: Cannon. Identical to the Hasbro version when that was released in 2004. 1,980   Gallery
SD-04 Shockwave Tidal Wave Released 25th December 2003. Three separate vehicles, "Fleet Top" (transforms into Shockwaves arms), "Fleet Rider" (transforms into Shockwaves body) and "Fleet Craft" (transforms into Shockwaves legs) combine into a larger warship as well as the large robot mode. Maintains the ability to combine with Micron Legend Megatron or Megatron Super Mode. Off-white & translucent green redeco of Micron Legend MD-06 Shockwave. Micron partner: Sonic. Minor redeco of Hasbros version for cartoon accuracy. 3,980   Gallery
SD-05 Mega Zarak Scorponok Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a Seibertronian jet and mechanical scorpion construction vehicle. Redeco of Hasbros version replacing the red plastic for the arms, legs and claws with gold. 3,980    
SD-06 Command Jaguar Battle Ravage Released 25th December 2003. Transforms into a mechanical jaguar, minor redeco of Hasbros version with darker green translucent Energon weapons. The blaster weapon is a homage to G1 Megatron's Fusion Cannon. The weapons combine into the "Energy Rifle". 980    

Energy Weapons

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
Store Exclusive Energy Weapons
N/A Energy Spear Corona Flame Edition   Jusco Store Exclusive. Given away with purchase of SC-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode, SC-04 Roadbuster or SD-05 Mega Zarak from the 26th December 2003. The weapon was in a baggie taped to the outer box. This was a translucent orange redeco of SC-07 Airglide's Energy Spear weapon. N/A    
N/A Energy Axe Aquamarine Edition Toys R Us Exclusive, given away with purchases of 2000 Yen for Super Link figures on 26th December 2003. It was also given away on the 1st January 2004 under the same conditions. Translucent blue redeco of SC-06 Blastarm's Energy Axe. N/A
N/A Energy Axe Black Hole Edition   Ito-Yokado Store Exclusive. Given away with purchases of SC-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode on 26th December 2003. Translucent black redeco of SC-06 Blastarms Energy Axe. N/A    
N/A Energy Spear Royal Clear Edition   Hello Mac Store Exclusive, given away with purchases of SC-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode or SD-05 Mega Zarak on the 26th December 2003. A second lot were given away on the 1st January 2004 with purchases of SC-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode at Posful (18 stores were carrying this release), Pelican & Joshin Kids Land. Translucent clear redeco of SC-07 Airglide's Energy Spear. N/A    

 

YEAR
2004

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
SC-09 Cliffjumper Perceptor (High Wire, Sureshock & Grindor) Released 26th February 2004. Set of three Microns: Hopper (dirt bike), Charge (buggy) & Runway (hoverboard). The Microns combine to form Cliffjumper. 980    
SC-10 Rodimus Convoy Rodimus Released 18th March 2004. Transforms into a truck. Minor redeco of Hasbros version. His robot mode design is based on G1 Rodimus Convoy. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. 1,980   Gallery
SC-11 Red Alert Prowl Released 18th March 2004. Transforms into an F-1 Police Car. Near identical to the Hasbro version. Features English text ("Police") and Japanese text (警視庁 or "Metropolitan Police Department") on the vehicle mode. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. 1,980   Gallery
SC-12 Signal Flare   Released 25th March 2004. Transforms into a half track tank. Features a lighter colour scheme than the Hasbro version. Comes with a translucent red "Energy Cutter" weapon. 980    
SC-13 SL Grand Convoy Optimus Prime Released 25th March 2004. Transforms into a truck cab, a smaller and more poseable figure based on SC-01 Grand Convoy. Can tow the trailer that comes with SC-01. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. 1,980    
SC-14 Kicker   Released 25th March 2004. Based on the 2003 Microman body this is an extremely poseable action figure however its joints are incredibly fragile due to the thin plastic used for the joints. Comes with a non transformable Star Saber sword and the belt and chest armour are removable. 980   Gallery
SC-15 Landmine   Released 22nd April 2004. Transforms into a Seibertronian recovery truck. The front half of the truck transforms into a robot while the rear half transforms into a battle station. The battle station parts can also attach to the robot mode. Minot redeco of Hasbro's version and the electronics have been removed for this release. 3,980   Gallery
SC-16 Ariel Arcee Released 10th June 2004. Transforms into a pink & white motorcycle. Minor redeco of Hasbro's version. Based on G1 Arcee. Comes with a translucent red "Energy Arrow" weapon. 980   Gallery
SC-17 Wing Saber   Released 24th June 2004. Transforms into a stealth bomber. Features a more detailed paint scheme than Hasbros version. The robot mode is heavily influenced by the 1989 Transformers Victory Star Saber. Combines with SC-01 Grand Convoy to form "Wing Convoy". In the "W Convoy Campaign" (campaign ended 31st May 2004) 50 Wing Sabers were available to win. 2,980   Gallery
SC-18 Overdrive Cliffjumper Released 15th July 2004. Transforms into a buggy. Takara's version features a slightly different paint scheme than Hasbro's and the electronics have also been removed. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. 2,500   Gallery
SC-19 Wheeljack Downshift Released 15th July 2004. Transforms into a sports car with red & green stripes as a homage to G1 Wheeljack. Minor redeco of Hasbro's version. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. 1,980   Gallery
SC-20 Sprung Bulkhead Released 29th July 2004. Transforms into a green helicopter. Comes with a drone that attaches to the helicopter and robot mode. The Takara version is a minor redeco of the Hasbro version. The electronics have been removed from the Japanese release. 3,980   Gallery
SC-21 Inferno V (Volt) Roadblock Released 26th August 2004. Transforms into an orange crane as a homage to G1 Grapple. Remould and redeco of SC-03 Inferno. Near identical to Hasbro's version. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. Hasbro had not intended this toy to be the same character as Inferno but Takara decided to release it as such regardless. 1,980   Gallery
SC-22 Omega Supreme   Released 16th September 2004. The two vehicle modes are called Omega Battleship & Omega Train which combine into "Omega Fortress". The two vehicles combine into the large body, Omega Grand. Comes with a Micron partner called Omega, who transforms into a head which combines with Omega Grand to form Omega Supreme. Combines with Grand Convoy Super Mode to form Omega Convoy. Only features minor colour differences from the Hasbro version. 7,980    
SC-23 Hotshot F (Fire) w/Energy Cutter Energon Hot Shot Released 30th September 2004. Silver redeco of SC-02 Hot Shot (minor paint differences between Hasbro's version). Comes with a dark orange redeco of Signal Flare's "Energon Cutter" and an Energon Star. 1,980   Gallery
SC-24 Roadbuster W (Wild) W/Energy Axe Energon Ironhide Released 30th September. Green redeco of SC-04 Roadbuster. The bonnet has a painted star similar to G1 Hound's. Almost identical to the Hasbro release. Comes with a translucent orange redeco of Strongarm's Energy Axe. 2,500   Gallery
SC-25 Skyfire S (Sonic) w/Energy Spear Overcast Released 30th September 2004. Blue, grey & white redeco of SC-05 Skyfire. Near identical to Hasbro's version. Can Super Link and combine with other compatible Cybertrons to form either the top half or lower half of a larger robot. Hasbro had not intended this toy to be the same character as Skyfire but Takara decided to release it as such regardless. 2,500   Gallery
SC-26 Superion Superion Maximus Released 30th September 2004. Giftset of 5 robots: Afterburner transforms into a Blackbird styled jet, near identical to Hasbro's version, "Storm Jet". Air Rider transforms into an F-22 Raptor, near identical to Hasbro's version, "Treadshot". Firebolt is a red redeco of Air Rider, Hasbros version, "Windrazor", a minor redeco of the Takara version. Sling transforms into an A-10 Thunderbolt, Hasbros version, "Sky Shadow", features several paint differences. Skydive is a redeco of Sling, Hasbro's version, "Terradive", near identical to Takara's version. The five robots combine into Superion. Afterburner is the body, the other robots are interchangeable as the limbs much like the Scramble City Combiners. 5,500   Gallery
Pla-Kit Collection
PKS-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode   Released 7th June 2004. This is a plastic model kit where you had to cut out the pieces from the plastic sprue and assemble them. No glue is required and no stickers were provided. A comic was also included which debuts Grand Scourge Hyper Mode. 580    
Transformers X Microman Anniversary Set
SC-13 /
SC-14
Anniversary SL Convoy & Kicker set   Released 25th March 2004. Transformers 20th Anniversary & Microman 30th Anniversary Set. SL Grand Convoy is a minor redeco of SC-13 featuring a chromed grille. Kicker is a metallic redeco of SC-14 and is incredibly fragile, especially at the knees. Comes with the Energon Saber, Destron Clone Sword (Megatron's Sword) & a poster. 3,500   Gallery
Exclusive Figures
N/A Wing Convoy Super Real Figure   A small figurine of Wing Convoy which was packaged with Televi-Kun Magazine August 2004 Edition (sold July 2004) Magazine Exclusive. Limited to 3000 pieces. N/A    
N/A Wing Convoy Original Figure   From the 30th July 2004, a uniquely coloured PVC figurine of Wing Convoy was packaged in with Wing Convoy SC-17 at Jusco store's. Wing Convoys box featured a red sticker saying Wing Convoy Original Figure was included. This was a redeco of the Wing Convoy Super Real Figure given away with Televi-Kun magazine. N/A    
SC-13 Fire SL Grand Convoy   TV Magazine exclusive mail-away in the September 2004 edition (sold August 2004), limited to 3000 pieces. Red redeco of SC-13 SL Grand Convoy. Comes in a "red wash" coloured box similar to the original SC-13 1,280    
SC-10 Black Rodimus Convoy   TV Magazine exclusive mail-away in the October 2004 edition (sold September 2004), limited to 3000 pieces. Black redeco of SC-10 Rodimus Convoy. Comes in a grey scaled coloured box similar to the original SC-10. 1,280    
PKS-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode White Version   Kodansha Super Chara Festival (K-Fest) Exclusive. Held between the 17th July & 18th July 2004. Participants for the colouring competition have to purchase the Grand Convoy Super Mode White Version for 500 Yen. Sold in a plain white box with a grey scale sticker on the front. This is identical to the PKS-01 Grand Convoy Super Mode but the plastic was moulded in white. 500    
Lucky Draw Exclusives
SC-XX Kinpika Grand Convoy   "Toys R Us & TV Magazine Superlink Colouring Campaign". The competition details were published in TV Magazine September 2004 edition (sold August 2004) for a joint Toys R Us and TV Magazine Lucky Draw. Entrants had to collect a postcard from Toys R US or TV Magazine and colour in the G1 Convoy line art and send it off to TV Magazine to be entered into the draw. The competition was open between July 2004 and September 2004. The winners were announced in the December 2004 edition of TV Magazine (sold in November 2004). 1,000 prizes were up for offer including a gold plated Grand Convoy Super Mode dubbed "Kinpika Grand Convoy" in TV Magazine. Kinpika Grand Convoy was limited to 5 pieces. Additional numbers also appear to have been given away in Toys R Us stores in separate lucky draws, the quantities of which are unknown. N/A    
SC-XX Original Colour Grand Convoy   "Toys R Us & TV Magazine Superlink Colouring Campaign". The competition details were published in TV Magazine September 2004 edition (sold August 2004) for a joint Toys R Us and TV Magazine Lucky Draw. Entrants had to collect a postcard from Toys R US or TV Magazine and colour in the G1 Convoy line art and send it off to TV Magazine to be entered into the draw. The competition was open between July 2004 and September 2004. The winners were announced in the December 2004 edition of TV Magazine (sold in November 2004). 1,000 prizes were up for offer including "Original Grand Convoy" as named in TV Magazine. Original Grand Convoy was limited to 10 pieces and was painted in a very unique style. N/A    
SC-XX Rodimus Convoy Gold Version   In October 2004 the official Super Link website and several toy magazines advertised a Gold Rodimus Convoy as an exclusive lucky draw at several selected stores (the other prizes were SC-26 Superion and SD-21 Bruticus). Thought to number 10 pieces overall but possibly more exist. Given away in a plain white box with a circular cut out allowing you to see the top of the cab portion. N/A    
SC-XX SL Grand Convoy Gold Version & Rodimus Convoy Silver Version   Takara Tomy ran a "W Convoy Campaign" ("W" is abbreviation for "Double" in Japanese) to celebrate the Transformers 20th Anniversary. Entrants had to complete a postcard (enclosed with Super Link toys) and attach Robot Points (one from SC-10 Rodimus Convoy and another from any Super Link Cybertron or Destron) to be entered in the draw. Entries had to be in by the 31st May 2004. Both SL Grand Convoy & Rodimus Convoy were given away in a set but came in separate plain white boxes. The sets were limited to 20 pieces. N/A    
SC-XX Kicker Energon Edition   Lucky Draw exclusive limited to 100 pieces. To enter the competition you had to collect tokens from the Super Link DVD's Volume 1 and 2 as well as the CD soundtrack. Super Link DVD Volume 3 included the post card entry form. The draw was held in August 2004 and the winners were sent Kicker in October 2004. Translucent red & orange redeco of SC-14 Kicker with a metallic plated Star Saber. Sent away to contest winners in a baggie. N/A    

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
SD-07 Galvatron Megatron Released 26th February. Transforms into a pale grey & blue Seibertronian jet. Robot mode is heavily influenced on G1 Galvatron. Takara opted to release a downscaled version of Hasbro's much larger Super Class Megatron. Comes with a tank accessory based on Megatrons tank mode from Micron Legend. The tank is electronic and attaches to Megatrons arm either as a cannon or sword. Hasbro later released this mould in a 2 pack packaged with Powerlinx Optimus Prime which was a Toys R Us exclusive in North America. 3,980 Article Gallery
SD-08 Shadowhawk Divebomb Released 26th February. Transforms into a mechanical hawk. Comes with translucent green blade weapons which combine into the "Energy Raiden" weapon. Also comes with an Energon Star. Near identical to the Hasbro version. 980    
SD-09 Command Jaguar Limited Desert Type Energon Command Ravage Released 18th March 2004. Pale blue black & maroon redeco of SD-06 Command Jaguar. Comes with translucent yellow weapons which combine into the "Energy Rifle" weapon. Also comes with an Energon Star. Features different paint applications from the Hasbro version. The box is identical to the standard release but there is a silver sticker on the front and back of the card covering up the original designation number with the new number. The card in the bubble has also been updated. 980   Gallery
SD-10 Snowstorm Snowcat Released 22nd April 2004. Based on the G.I. Joe Snow Cat, an arctic assault vehicle. Near identical to Hasbro's version. The character is a powered up version of Sandstorm. 1,980   Gallery
SD-11 Irontread Demolishor Released 28th April 2004. Transforms into a green dump trick. In robot mode the skip section on his back raises above his head to reveal 8 missiles (4 of which are non firing). Near identical to Hasbro's version 1,980   Gallery
SD-12 Dinobot Cruellock Released 13th May 2004. Transforms into a mechanical dinosaur. Comes with translucent light green weapons which combine into an "Energy Blade". Also comes with an Energon Star. Near identical to Hasbro's version. 980   Gallery
SD-13 Shadowhawk Limited Cosmo Type   Released 13th May 2004. Blue redeco of SD-08 Shadowhawk. Comes with translucent green blade weapons which combine into the "Energy Raiden" weapon. Also comes with an Energon Star. This version was not released by Hasbro. The box is identical to the standard release but there is a silver sticker on the front and back of the card covering up the original designation number with the new number. The card in the bubble has also been updated. 980   Gallery
SD-14 Laserwave Shockblast Released 27th May 2004. Transforms into a Seibertronian tank and satellite. The robot mode is heavily based on G1 Laserwave / Shockwave. Features sound effects. 2,980   Gallery
SD-15 Shockfleet Mirage Released 10th June 2004. Transforms into a speedboat. Near identical to Hasbro's version. The character is an upgrade of Shockwave / Tidal Wave. 2,980   Gallery
SD-16 Chromhorn Insecticon Released 10th June 2004. Transforms into a rhinoceros beetle. Comes with translucent green weapons which combine into the "Energy Tornado". Also comes with an Energon Star. The figure is identical to Hasbros version but the weapons are a slightly different colour. 980   Gallery
SD-17 Dinobot Limited Magma Type   Released 29th July 2004. Red & black redeco of SD-12 Dinobot. Comes with translucent light green weapons which combine into an "Energy Blade". Also comes with an Energon Star. The box is identical to the standard release but there is a silver sticker on the front and back of the card covering up the original designation number with the new number. The card in the bubble has also been updated. This version was not released by Hasbro. 980   Gallery
SD-18 Chromhorn Limited Forest Type   Released 5th August. Light green redeco of SD-16 Chromhorn with translucent orange weapons which combine into the "Energy Tornado". Also comes with an Energon Star. This version was not released by Hasbro. The box is identical to the standard release but there is a silver sticker on the front and back of the card covering up the original designation number with the new number. The card in the bubble has also been updated. 980   Gallery
SD-19 Nightscream R (Reverse) Energon Starscream Released 30th September 2004. Redeco of SD-01 Nightscream. The Hasbro repaint "Energon Starscream" features a slightly different paint scheme closer which is very similar to G1 Starscream. Comes with a translucent light green redeco of Chromhorn's Energy Drill weapon and Energon Star. 1,980   Gallery
SD-20 Galvatron G (General) Galvatron Released 30th September 2004. Purple redeco of SD-07 Galvatron based on the G1 Galvatrons colour scheme from the cartoon. Comes with a translucent light purple redeco of SD-12 Dinobots Energy Blade weapon and an Energon Star. 3,980   Gallery
SD-21 Bruticus Bruticus Maximus Released 14th October 2004. Giftset of 5 robots: Onslaught transforms into a armoured carrier with missile platform, has a lighter paint scheme than Hasbro's version, "Barricade". Blast Off transforms into a purple helicopter, has a brighter purple colour than Hasbro's version, "Blackout". Volter is an orange redeco of Blast Off Hasbro's version, "Storm Cloud" has a darker colour scheme than the Takara version. Swindle transforms into a tank, Hasbro's version, "Blight" features a brighter colour scheme. Brawl is a redeco of Swindle, Hasbro's version, Kickback features a lighter colour scheme. Brawl also has the number 16 printed on the side of the tank mode. The five robots combine into Bruticus. Onslaught is the body, the other robots are interchangeable as the limbs much like the Scramble City Combiners. 5,500   Gallery
Pla-Kit Collection
PKD-02 Grand Scourge Hyper Mode   Released 29th July 2004. Before general retail this was available for purchase at Kodansha Super Chara Festival (K-Fest) Exclusive. Held between the 17th July & 18th July 2004. Black redeco of Grand Convoy Super Mode Model kit PKD-01 580   Gallery
Exclusive Figures
EX-01 Buildron Constructicon Maximus Toys R Us Exclusive. Released 17th November 2004. Giftset of 5 robots: Scavenger transforms into a steam shovel, has minor paint differences from Hasbro's version, "Steamhammer". Both versions however are misassembled with the caterpillar treads being assembled on the wrong sides preventing tabs from plugging in, these can be unscrewed and swapped to fix the issue. Bonecrusher transforms into a payloader, has a brighter colour scheme than Hasbro's version which shares the same name. Scrapper is a green redeco of Bonecrusher. Hasbro's version, "Sledge" is identical to the Takara version. Long Haul transforms into a blue & black crane, Hasbro's version, "Duststorm", is identical to the Takara version. Gren is a green redeco of Long Haul, Hasbro's version, "Wideload", features a darker beige crane and lighter coloured wheels. The five robots combine into Buildron. Scavenger is the body, the other robots are interchangeable as the limbs much like the Scramble City Combiners. 4,999   Gallery
Lucky Draw Exclusive Figure
SD-XX Black Galvatron   TV Magazine Lucky Draw May 2004 edition (sold in April 2004). Limited to 50 pieces overall. Black & red with orange translucent parts. Came in a standard Megatron box with a sticker on the box indicating a Lucky Draw exclusive. Given away in June 2004. The Tobu Departmental Store also held a live lucky draw event mid April 2004 and also gave away the Black Galvatron (quantities unknown). The boxes from Tobu Stores did not include the lucky draw sticker on the box. N/A    
Unicron
MX-00 Unicron Black Version   Released 28th July 2004, production limited to 3,000 pieces. Advertised under the "USA Edition" banner, the toy was identical to Hasbro's Energon version but it was re-packaged in the Micron Legend Unicron box with a sticker saying "Black Version" underneath Unicron's name. 7,980   Photo

Microns

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
Micron Booster Vol. 1
1 Chrome   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a sports car. Chrome plated redeco of Micron Legend Corona Prime. Chrome was the "Chase" item of the set (limited production). 300    
2 Thyristor   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a sports car. Light blue redeco of Micron Legend Corona Prime. 300    
3 Synapse   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a sports car. Orange redeco of Micron Legend Corona Prime. 300    
4 Lens   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a shuttle. Translucent blue & grey redeco of Super Link SC-08 Beam (Energon Skyboom). Combines with Quantum & Beacon to form the Blizzard Saber. 300    
5 Quantum Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a jet. Translucent blue & grey redeco of Super Link SC-08 Pulse (Energon Scattor). Combines with Lens & Beacon to form the Blizzard Saber. 300  
6 Beacon Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a Seibertronian jet. Translucent blue & grey redeco of Super Link SC-08 Laser (Energon Wreckage). Combines with Lens & Quantum to form the Blizzard Saber. 300  
7 Mile   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a Hovercraft. Green & orange redeco of Micron Legend MM-15 Sea Micron Knot (Armada Stormcloud). 300    
8 Hover   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a Speedboat. Green & blue redeco of Micron Legend MM-15 Sea Micron Float (Armada Waterlog). 300    
9 Solar   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a Solar sail boat. Green & blue redeco of Micron Legend MM-15 Sea Micron Sail (Armada Oceanglide). 300    
10 Torque   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a pick up truck. Blue redeco of Micron Legend MM-16 Adventure Micron Winch (Armada Ransack). 300    
11 Crunch   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a dune buggy. Orange redeco of Micron Legend MM-16 Adventure Micron Spike (Armada Dune Runner). 300    
12 Spoil   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 22nd January 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a snow plough. Purple redeco of Micron Legend MM-16 Adventure Micron Junk (Armada Iceberg). 300    
Micron Booster Vol. 2
1 Saber   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a gunship. Metallic blue & orange redeco of Armada Mini-Con Thunderclash (came with Max-Con Skywarp which was only available in Japan as a USA Edition sold at Toys R Us). Saber was the "Chase" item of the set (limited production). 300    
2 Processor   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a gunship. Red & yellow redeco of Armada Mini-Con Thunderclash (came with Max-Con Skywarp which was only available in Japan as a USA Edition sold at Toys R Us). 300    
3 Triac   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a gunship. Purple & green redeco of Armada Mini-Con Thunderclash (came with Max-Con Skywarp which was only available in Japan as a USA Edition sold at Toys R Us). 300    
4 Effect   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a bomber jet & gattling gun. Blue redeco of Micron Legend MM-11 Air Military Micron Glide (Armada Gunbarrel). 300    
5 Seeker Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a stealth jet & spinning blade. Blue & red redeco of Micron Legend MM-11 Air Military Micron Flame (Armada Thunderwing). 300  
6 Blitz Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a blackbird jet & sword. White & red redeco of Micron Legend MM-11 Air Military Micron Recon (Armada Terradive). 300  
7 Cluster   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into an emergency response vehicle & missile launcher. Brown & white redeco of Micron Legend MM-20 Emergency Micron Draft (Armada Firebot). 300    
8 Rotor   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a twin rotor helicopter & gatling gun. White, green & black redeco of Micron Legend MM-20 Emergency Micron Twist (Armada Makeshift). 300    
9 Groove   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a police car & gun. White, green & black redeco of Micron Legend MM-20 Emergency Micron Prowl (Armada Prowl). 300    
10 Brake   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a dirt bike. Grey, black & white redeco of Super Link SC-09 Hopper (Energon High Wire). Combines with Damper & Filter to form the larger robot Frenzy (Super Link Cliffjumper / Energon Perceptor) 300    
11 Damper   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a buggy. Red, grey & black redeco of Super Link SC-09 Charge (Energon Sureshock). Combines with Brake & Filter to form the larger robot Frenzy (Super Link Cliffjumper / Energon Perceptor) 300    
12 Filter   Mainly sold in convenience stores from the 7th June 2004. Blind boxed. Transforms into a Seibertronian hovercraft. Red, silver & purple redeco of Super Link SC-09 Runway (Energon Grindor). Combines with Brake & Damper to form the larger robot Frenzy (Super Link Cliffjumper / Energon Perceptor) 300    
Exclusive Figures
SC-09 Accel   "Windcharger Anniversary Edition Complete Campaign" which was held in three seasons. The campaign was held at Toys R Us stores nationwide, limited to 30 pieces per store and 4,000 overall. Accel was given away during the Spring campaign which began 28th April 2004 with purchases over 2,000 Yen of Super Link toys. Accel is a clear blue, light blue & grey redeco of SC-09 Hopper. The combined robot form is called "Windcharger". N/A    
SC-09 Throttle   "Windcharger Anniversary Edition Complete Campaign" which was held in three seasons. The campaign was held at Toys R Us stores nationwide, limited to 30 pieces per store and 4,000 overall. Throttle was given away during the Summer campaign which began 10th August 2004 with purchases over 2,000 Yen of Super Link toys. Throttle is a clear blue, light blue & grey redeco of SC-09 Charge. The combined robot form is called "Windcharger". N/A    
SC-09 Screw   "Windcharger Anniversary Edition Complete Campaign" which was held in three seasons. The campaign was held at Toys R Us stores nationwide, limited to 30 pieces per store and 4,000 overall. Screw was given away during the Autumn campaign which began 16th September 2004 with purchases of SC-22 Omega Supreme. Screw is a clear blue, light blue & grey redeco of SC-09 Runway. The combined robot form is called "Windcharger". N/A    

Energy Weapons

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
Store Exclusive Energy Weapons
N/A Energy Spear Lightening Yellow Edition   Toys R Us Exclusive, given away with purchases of SC-10 Rodimus Convoy. Released on the 18th March 2004. Translucent yellow redeco of SC-07 Airglide's Energy Spear. Limited to 4000 pieces. N/A    
N/A Energy Spear Rodeo Magenta Edition   Ito-Yokado Store Exclusive. Given away with purchases of SC-10 Rodimus Convoy or SC-11 Red Alert. Released on the 18th March 2004. Redeco of SC-07 Airglide's Energy Spear. N/A    
N/A Energy Axe Violet Cluster Edition   Jusco Store Exclusive, given away with purchases of SC-10 Rodimus Convoy & SC-11 Red Alert on the 18th March 2004. Later given away with SC-13 SL Grand Convoy on the 25th March 2004. Translucent purple redeco of SC-06 Blastarm's Energy Axe. These were taped to the boxes in a baggie and the box also had a sticker advertising the campaign. N/A    
N/A Energy Axe Natural Green Edition   Hello Mac exclusive given away with purchases of any Super Link figures on the 18th March 2004. Later given away at Joshin Kids Land with purchases of SC-01 Grand Convoy or SC-10 Rodimus Convoy on the 27th Mach 2004. Released March 2004. Translucent light green redeco of SC-06 Blastarm's Energy Axe. N/A    
N/A Energy Raiden Overdrive Edition   Exclusive to Gamers Stores during their "Transformers Fair" on the 27th May 2004. Given away with Super Link purchases over 2,000 yen. Matt gold redeco of SD-08 Shadowhawks Energy Raiden. Also came with a matt gold Energon Star. N/A    
N/A Energy Blade Night Phantom Edition   Part of the "Summer Holiday Energon Weapon Campaign". This was an exclusive to 1500 participating stores and given away with purchases of SC-01 Grand Convoy or SC-22 Wing Saber to the first 10 customers. Customers would either receive the Night Phantom or Daylight Attack Weapon. Released late July 2004. Translucent black redeco of SD-12 Dinobot's Energy Blade. Also comes with a translucent black Energon Star. N/A    
N/A Energy Cutter Daylight Attack Edition   Part of the "Summer Holiday Energon Weapon Campaign". This was an exclusive to 1500 participating stores and given away with purchases of SC-01 Grand Convoy or SC-22 Wing Saber to the first 10 customers. Customers would either receive the Night Phantom or Daylight Attack Weapon. Released late July 2004. Translucent black redeco of SC-12 Signal Flare's Energy Cutter. Also comes with a translucent yellow Energon Star, N/A    
N/A Energy Axe Clear Green Edition   TV Magazine Transformers Fan Club exclusive. New fan club members who signed up in the March 2004 Edition (sold in February 2004) were sent one of two exclusive weapons along with their membership pack. These were sent out in March 2004. The Energy Axe Clear Green Edition is a translucent dark green redeco of SC-06 Blastarm's Energy Axe. N/A    
N/A Energy Spear Clear Deep Blue Edition   TV Magazine Transformers Fan Club exclusive. New fan club members who signed up in the March 2004 Edition (sold in February 2004) were sent one of two exclusive weapons along with their membership pack. These were sent out in March 2004. Energy Spear Clear Deep Blue Edition is a translucent dark blue redeco of SC-07 Airglide's Energy Spear. N/A    

 

YEAR
2005

# Name Western Name Notes Original Price (Yen) Article (Link) Gallery (Link)
Exclusive Figures
EX-02 Ariel Limited Paradron Type   Released March 2005. Toy's Dream Project Exclusive. Pale green redeco of SC-16 Ariel. Based on the G1 cartoon episode "Fight or Flee".  Limited to 3000 pieces 1,575   Gallery
Lucky Draw Exclusive Figure
SC-XX Kinpika Omega Supreme   TV Magazine Lucky Draw December 2004 issue (Sold November 2004). Part of a 33rd Anniversary celebrations for TV Magazine, a variety of gold plated toys from different toylines were going to be given away by a mail away lottery (230 in total). To enter the draw you had to complete a survey. This included a gold version of Omega Supreme. Limited to 10 pieces and released in plain white box Winners were announced in the June 2005 edition of TV Magazine. This was also issued as a lucky draw prize in several stores, the quantities of which are unknown. Kinpika (金ぴか) means "Golden Sparkle". N/A    
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