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    Answers to WTFWTK 2.131!

    Mattel has once again provided answers to your questions.
    Thanks again to them for taking the time to answer these!
    Check out their answers to your Round 131 questions!

    This round of questions were selected by Loo-Kee.
    Thanks to that fan for their help!

    1. Loo-Kee: Now that we know the 2015 sub has gone through and we can guess many of the characters we will get, will we be seeing Starburst She-Ra, Scratch'N'Sound Catra or Clawdeen in the 2015 sub? I'm hoping for a concrete answer, even if it's "no". Thank you.

    2015 will include the following items:
    1: Remaining vintage figures and variants from the 1982-1988 MOTU line
    2: Original characters from the vintage 1984-1987 POP line
    3: a-List New Adventures figures. If unsure of what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014. (i.e. Hydron and Flogg). If a figure is more important then Hydron and Flogg likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
    4: A list media characters. If unsure what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014 or revealed already for 2015 (i.e. Scorpia, Lizard Man). If a character is more important than Scorpia or Lizard Man likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
    5: A few surprises. If unsure what "A few surprises" means, just look at what was released in 2014 or revealed in 2015 such as The Unnamed One, Oo-Lar or Snake Armor He-Man, 200X King Hssss.
    This should clarify what to expect in 2015!


    2. King Tamusk: In previous "Ask Matty" posts and in the recent Roast Gooble Dinner podcast, Toyguru stated that characters from the new mini-comics, Son of He-Man, and the DC Comics would not appear in 2015 or the remainder of 2014, and that they are for 2016 and beyond. But there is still some concern since like the Unnamed One (attributed to the Son of He-Man story line) and Galactic Protector She-Ra (a new mini-comic variant) WERE included in 2014. Are characters like Dare, Skeleteen, Despara, Robowoman, Hans Hammer Holder, etc., definitely NOT in the 2015 line-up? Thank you.

    2015 will include the following items:
    1: Remaining vintage figures and variants from the 1982-1988 MOTU line
    2: Original characters from the vintage 1984-1987 POP line
    3: a-List New Adventures figures. If unsure of what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014. (i.e. Hydron and Flogg). If a figure is more important then Hydron and Flogg likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
    4: A list media characters. If unsure what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014 or revealed already for 2015 (i.e. Scorpia, Lizard Man). If a character is more important than Scorpia or Lizard Man likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
    5: A few surprises. If unsure what "A few surprises" means, just look at what was released in 2014 or revealed in 2015 such as The Unnamed One, Oo-Lar or Snake Armor He-Man, 200X King Hssss.
    This should clarify what to expect in 2015!


    3. Lari: With the line ending in 2015 and with the upcoming Dark Horse art book in mind, would Mattel consider to produce an art book specifically for MOTU Classics? This could feature hi-res photos of all the figures and accessories as well as the corresponding bios in chronological order, as well as Scott's existing behind-the-scenes blog entries and reprints of the mini-comics that came with MOTUC figures.

    Right now MOTUC will be PART of this book. There are no plans at this time for a dedicated book just for MOTUC.

    4. He-Dad: Will a 2015 MOTUC subscriber walk away with a complete vintage MOTU and POP collection or will they have to hunt down chase figures, non-subscription figures and exclusives to complete those collections?

    Chase, con and sub items are most definitely part of the full wrap up. We needed to make every SKU count! For example, Loo-kee was a character we really wanted to do and he wound up being released as a 2014 chase fig outside of the sub, but still released with an available slot.
    Reviewing 2014 should give you a very good idea of what to expect in 2015 as they are two sides of the same coin.


    5. bcrduke: It has become evident that Crita is unlikely for 2015, despite being as A-list as you can get in NA. She has been fan-demanded for years. Scott acknowledged that after Hydron & Flogg, that Crita and Mara were the next most important NA characters to make. Seeing as there is demand, is there any way to include her in 2015?

    2015 will include the following items:
    1: Remaining vintage figures and variants from the 1982-1988 MOTU line
    2: Original characters from the vintage 1984-1987 POP line
    3: a-List New Adventures figures. If unsure of what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014. (i.e. Hydron and Flogg). If a figure is more important then Hydron and Flogg likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
    4: A list media characters. If unsure what "A-List means" just look at who was released in 2014 or revealed already for 2015 (i.e. Scorpia, Lizard Man). If a character is more important than Scorpia or Lizard Man likely they are coming in 2015. If not, they may not make the cut.
    5: A few surprises. If unsure what "A few surprises" means, just look at what was released in 2014 or revealed in 2015 such as The Unnamed One, Oo-Lar or Snake Armor He-Man, 200X King Hssss.
    This should clarify what to expect in 2015!


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    Apparently Scott was out of the office and "Copy-and-Paste-or", evil master of keyboard shortcuts, answered these this week.

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    I'm laughing out loud at this round of answers.

    This has become a rather fun game.
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    Well hopefully the chase figure is as easy as this year. Sounds like out of sub may get expensive though depending on the "suprises" in the regular sub.

    I'd also like to say the Mattel definition of A List is way too vague and subjective. I mean there are a lot of characters more important to the story than Lizard Man. Lord Masque is the whole reason Shokoti was awoken for example. I know he lost the vote but still. Same for Critta as even though Imnot an NA fan she is the "Evil Lynn" making her vital. Same as Master Sebrian. I don't find variants to ever be A-list but PoP fans should at the minimum get a toy variant Catra to go with the 5 Hordaks, 10 or so He-mans, 7 or 8 Skeletor, and and 3 She-ra we've gotten or will be getting

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    From these answers, I gather that Dare will be coming - he's a "surprise item" and Crita will not be coming because she is not as important as Hydron and Flogg. In that sense, I don't think that there will be any new NA figures beyond Mara because none of the remaining NA characters are important as Hydron and Flogg.

    I should also add that these answers did not clarify anything.
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    You know, I was so excited about picking questions as I always was late to reply on ther org for the opportunity...and these are the "out of office" replies we get for THREE questions out of five.

    Come on Scott, it really isn't clear. Vintage characters from the she-ra line can also consist of Enchanta, Seaharp, Clawdeen and all the horses, so I would've like a more definite "vintage human characters" to be more specific. In my head I feel like we are going to get everything, but know deep down we won't.

    Same thing goes for the Crita question/NA figures....it really is unclear.

    Ok, my little rant, I tried guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loo-Kee View Post
    You know, I was so excited about picking questions as I always was late to reply on ther org for the opportunity...and these are the "out of office" replies we get for THREE questions out of five.

    Come on Scott, it really isn't clear. Vintage characters from the she-ra line can also consist of Enchanta, Seaharp, Clawdeen and all the horses, so I would've like a more definite "vintage human characters" to be more specific. In my head I feel like we are going to get everything, but know deep down we won't.

    Same thing goes for the Crita question/NA figures....it really is unclear.

    Ok, my little rant, I tried guys.
    Don't sweat it. Personally, I can actually take away quite a bit from this round of answers. I'm glad you picked He-Dad's question, and the art book info is kind of interesting.

    If anything, we obviously have the "go to" for any speculation on who shows up in 2015, and we know what kind of questions not to ask. Don't ask about specific character choices in 2015, and don't ask about what 2016 looks like at all.*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loo-Kee View Post
    You know, I was so excited about picking questions as I always was late to reply on ther org for the opportunity...and these are the "out of office" replies we get for THREE questions out of five.

    Come on Scott, it really isn't clear. Vintage characters from the she-ra line can also consist of Enchanta, Seaharp, Clawdeen and all the horses, so I would've like a more definite "vintage human characters" to be more specific. In my head I feel like we are going to get everything, but know deep down we won't.

    Same thing goes for the Crita question/NA figures....it really is unclear.

    Ok, my little rant, I tried guys.
    Good attempt! I agree with ya. In addition to the stuff I said earlier the Clawdeen one throws me too as I would argue he/she is more A List than Arrow.

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    These "answers" are the biggest slap in the face. Copy and pasting the same answer 3 times? Unbelievable.

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    5: A few surprises. If unsure what "A few surprises" means, just look at what was released in 2014 or revealed in 2015 such as The Unnamed One, Oo-Lar or Snake Armor He-Man, 200X King Hssss.
    This should clarify what to expect in 2015!
    Why even bother responding if all you're going to do is copy and paste the same answer into three different questions? That's rather insulting and rude.

    And, my question was actually edited. It originally added that Neitlich has previously cited specific characters, confirming they are not in 2014/2015; such as Songster, Red Beast, Masque, Melaktha, Kayo, Catra Variants, etc. I asked specifically if he'd confirm those Son of He-Man characters, which he is on record as stating would NOT be part of 2014/2015, are still not.

    Let's look at Neitlich's surprises, so far...

    The Unnamed One - Neitlich's twisted version of a Powers of Grayskull reference, made into a Son of He-Man villain.

    Oo-Larr - Alcala He-Man, supporting Neitlich's lame "He-Men" plot, in a year we already expect at least 3 He-Man variants already.

    Galactic Protector She-Ra - a made up She-Ra variant from Neitlich's mini-comic story, that has 3 pages of screen time and trumps vintage PoP variants.

    Snake Armor He-Man and Battle Armor King Hiss - 200X variants (Neitlich's favorite era), receiving new 200X inspired head sculpts when Filmation Hordak didn't. Also trumped vintage PoP variants when we were already expecting two sets of variants for He-Man and Skeletor, and one more for Hordak.

    Yes, it's pretty clear the "surprises" are geared towards what Scott wants, not the customers.

    By avoiding the answer, Neitlich has basically admitted that he's broken his word, yet again, and Dare WILL be in 2015, taking that slot away from a more demanded character; like Crita. Despite the vast majority of customers that have expressed otherwise.

    Neitlich doesn't care. He just does what he wants.

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    Wow. Typically I'm able to put myself in Toyguru's shoes and see where he's coming from (legal and all that), but this round was out and out rude.
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    The repeated copy and paste is really lame. If that's how they want to interact with the fanbase then they shouldn't bother. Waste of time.
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    What's "unbelievable" is that these questions keep getting asked.

    1) They're not going to annouce whether a figure is or isn't coming in a Q&A no matter how nicely you ask.

    2) As the question itself points out, this question has been asked MANY times. No reason to think the 500th rephrasing of the question is going to get a different answer.

    3) Decent enough answer.

    4) Decent enough answer, albeit one we already knew.

    5) They have said many times that if a character was in a 2014-2015 poll and lost, they will not be released in 2014-2015. Asking again will not change things.

    Keep asking the same questions, expect to get the same answers.

    Also, to respond to Lookee's post, they've made it clear that when they talk about vintage being released in 2014-2015, they mean figures not beasts. There are probably a couple of dozen beasts between MOTU and POP that haven't been done yet. No reason to think they'll somehow be completed in 2015.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super He-Man View Post
    What's "unbelievable" is that these questions keep getting asked.

    1) They're not going to annouce whether a figure is or isn't coming in a Q&A no matter how nicely you ask.

    2) As the question itself points out, this question has been asked MANY times. No reason to think the 500th rephrasing of the question is going to get a different answer.

    3) Decent enough answer.

    4) Decent enough answer, albeit one we already knew.

    5) They have said many times that if a character was in a 2014-2015 poll and lost, they will not be released in 2014-2015. Asking again will not change things.

    Keep asking the same questions, expect to get the same answers.

    Also, to respond to Lookee's post, they've made it clear that when they talk about vintage being released in 2014-2015, they mean figures not beasts. There are probably a couple of dozen beasts between MOTU and POP that haven't been done yet. No reason to think they'll somehow be completed in 2015.
    Yes, I agree. Mattel won't saying more specific about 2015 figures until they have to. I liked the art book question and answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by He-Metayer View Post
    Yes, I agree. Mattel won't saying more specific about 2015 figures until they have to. I liked the art book question and answer.
    Agreed. We've known their policy for years is that they will rarely address character-specific inquiries like the ones above. Heck, even the instructions on the Org Q&As said for the longest time to stay away from those questions but I took it out because people kept doing it anyway.


    So if those questions are submitted about unleased/possible figures, I just go with it. Once in a blue moon, we get a tidbit here or there in reply. But these answers should not come as a surprise. If people keep asking those types of questions, they should expect that type of answer the vast majority of the time.
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    So let me see if I understand this. Flogg and Hydron are considered A-list NA characters. So if someone is considered MORE important than them, they could come in 2015?

    So what category would that be exactly? A++? So Crita, who many NA fans (and even some non NA fans) consider A list, needs to be a A++ to make the cut?

    And I am sorry folks, but if Dare comes in 2015, after Scott said repeatedly when he shifted to the new road map that Dare would not be coming until 2016. Here is an example: http://forums.mattycollector.com/eve...808#9101046808

    He specifically lists Dare as an example of a figure that would not be coming until 2016, unless he was already in the 2013 line that didn't follow the new roadmap. That is pretty clear to me.

    So if he comes in 2015, that is not a surprise. It is a lie. You don't say someone will not come until 2016 and then put them in 2015. The intent of his previous statement was very clear (will NOT). So if he does come, his intent on going back on his word is very clear to me.
    It is spelled "Crita", not "Critta". Misspell her name and Crita will knock the "T" out of you!

    Also...get her into the line!

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    These answers are to be expected with this group of questions. Nothing rude about the answers.

    Anyone looking for an informative answer about an unannounced figure must not have been paying attention to these Q and A's for the last 6 years or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super He-Man View Post

    5) They have said many times that if a character was in a 2014-2015 poll and lost, they will not be released in 2014-2015. Asking again will not change things.

    Keep asking the same questions, expect to get the same answers.

    Also, to respond to Lookee's post, they've made it clear that when they talk about vintage being released in 2014-2015, they mean figures not beasts. There are probably a couple of dozen beasts between MOTU and POP that haven't been done yet. No reason to think they'll somehow be completed in 2015.
    Question #5 concerned Crita. I don't recall Crita being in a fan vote. Darius and Tuskador both were, but not Crita. So in that sense, the question was legitimate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tundra_Torque View Post
    Question #5 concerned Crita. I don't recall Crita being in a fan vote. Darius and Tuskador both were, but not Crita. So in that sense, the question was legitimate.
    You're right. I was mixing up Crita and Mara. In that case change my answer to the one I had for #1.
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    Crita has to make it into 2015...she is the Evil-Lyn of New Adventures. Mara is the 'Teela' and Crita is the 'Evil-Lyn'. I don't recall anyone at Mattel saying flat out 'NO', does anyone have confirmation that she is definitely off the table?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loo-Kee View Post
    You know, I was so excited about picking questions as I always was late to reply on ther org for the opportunity...and these are the "out of office" replies we get for THREE questions out of five.
    It's understandable. They never answer questions about character selection here, but fans keep asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super He-Man View Post
    You're right. I was mixing up Crita and Mara. In that case change my answer to the one I had for #1.
    True. However, maybe the question was asked less for a direct answer, but to let Scott know that Crita is a highly requested figure.
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    All I can hope is that he was being vague because we ARE getting the PoP variants in 2015, and it's one of the few surprises left.
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    It's lame although not surprising that Scott would lean on 'copy/paste' to discuss next years lineup. He really got the mileage out of:

    "2015 will include the following items:"

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