Transformers Autobot Specialists Three Pack Ironhide, Hound, Mirage
Three robots that transform into blue, red and green vehicles.
Ironhide: Equipped with a double-ended Converting Cannon with a deployable translucent blue blade, Henkei Classic Ironhide converts into an SUV. Hailing from an era which boasted uncomplicated thick-armored Transformers, Ironhide is one of the oldest and most battle-hardened of the Autobots. Superficially gruff but protective of his fellow Autobots, he serves as Optimus Prime‘s bodyguard, and is further charged with the protection of anything of significance. Ironhide possesses Trithyllium-steel skin which makes him resistant to most attacks. He specializes in shooting liquids, varying from super-cooled nitrogen to superheated lead, and he is outfitted with sonar, radar and radio wave detectors. Ironhide has participated in myriad battles spanning several centuries, never suffering deactivation, generating awe among the younger Autobots.
Hound: Henkei Classic Hound is equipped with a non-firing missile launcher. Enamored of Earth and its natural wonders, preferring his adoptive world to Cybertron, Hound harbors a secret wish to become human. He is an especially loyal and courageous Autobot. Serving as Optimus Prime’s chief tracker and scout, he is outfitted with the sophisticated sensing technology in the Autobots’ possession. He is capable of tracking machines as easily as humans. His hologram gun enables him to project 3-dimensional grid laser-light topographical maps as well as titanic Autobots convincing enough to throw Devastator into disarray.
Mirage: Henkei Classic Mirage incorporates elements of both the Gen 1 and the Dreamwave versions. Though lacking the shoulder-mounted weapon, his sleek vehicle mode creates the basis for an impressive robot mode. He appears to be nimble and well-articulated. The front airfoil detaches and serves the robot mode as a crossbow-shaped electro disrupter. Mirage’s character profile lists him as a counterpart to Bumblebee in an Autobot spy team, although it specifies that Mirage prefers sabotage to intelligence work. Mirage is cited for a rogue sense of humor with a simultaneous sense of unbreakable loyalty. His electro disrupter assists him with the abilities to achieve invisibility and manufacture illusions.