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    200x Collector’s query

    Does anyone have a complete list of the Classics figures that were taken from the 200x series? I’m curious if any 200x fans out there purchased some of the classic line to augment their 200x collection. If you had any photos to share, that would be greatly appreciated.

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    On the topic of 200x characters as Classics figures, some are very clear (Faceless One), but then you have figures like Kobra Khan that is based on vintage toy, yet has many 200x inspired elements. So your mileage may wary. Or just figures where they later gave a 200x head or armor-piece.

    King Grayskull
    Zodak
    Count Marzo
    Dekker
    Faceless One
    Horde Wraith
    Kronis/Trap Jaw
    Battle Armor King Hsss
    Kulatak Elder (chooblah)
    Snake Armor He-Man
    Keldor
    Chief Carnivus
    Snake Men 2 pack
    Veena (Queen Grayskull)
    Battle Lion
    Griffin
    Snake Man-At-Arms
    Moss Man

    Whiplash
    Sy-Klone
    Roboto
    Clawful
    Snout Spout
    Buzz-Off
    Grizzlor
    Man-At-Arms (ponytail) with BattleRam

    Jitsu
    Kobra Khan
    Rattlor (armor)
    Clamp Champ

    Hordak...?

    I may have missed some. Others can add to the list.
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    The only other one I can think of is Prahvus.

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    200x Collector’s query

    Callix - Horde member
    Ceratus - Caligar leader
    Evilseed
    Fisto came with all the parts needed for a solid 200x version - second head, second sword, new belt
    Lord Dactus
    King Grayskull (bronze)
    King Grayskull (spirit of)
    Evil-Lyn in 200x colors (just a repaint but called Battleground Evil-Lyn)
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    Thanks for that guys, I really appreciate it. Now the hunt begins!

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    What about Dekker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty.81 View Post
    What about Dekker?
    Yup was included in the list.

    I’m even thinking you could add Horde troopers in there as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viceroy View Post
    Yup was included in the list.

    I’m even thinking you could add Horde troopers in there as well.
    Definatly. I wish Classics Horde Troopers were cheaper, they would work well with Origins. Nice big evil robots.
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    Sometimes, I forget how expansive 200X reached into MOTUC.

    Almost all of these are fantastic figures too! (I much prefer them over the original 2002 Mattel line...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ornclown View Post
    Sometimes, I forget how expansive 200X reached into MOTUC.

    Almost all of these are fantastic figures too! (I much prefer them over the original 2002 Mattel line...)
    For me the stactions were the best figures produced for MOTU IMO. I don’t think there was one single figure in the classic line that was better than the stactions IMO.

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