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400px-Prime-toy Aimless

Aimless (エイムレス Eimuresu) uses his drill mode to help bigger bots put big holes in each other. He's part of a group of Mini-Cons known as the Arms Microns, due to their melee-weapon alternate modes.

Toys

Prime

  • Aimless (Arms Micron, 2011-12-28)
Aimless is a redeco of Power Core Combiners Throttler, transforming into a drill-weapon that can be held by any figure with a 5mm post-hole in their hand, though as Aimless's head is painted all the way around, caution should be used to prevent scraping. The drill section can also rotate separately from the connector/front torso section, though it requires mounting on a Powerlinx hardpoint to use this feature, plus the swivel joint is fairly tight, making the feature more or less worthless. He was only available as part of the Prime "Arms Micron Present Campaign", with the purchase of 3000 yen's worth of Prime "First Edition" toys at Japanese Joshin, Kidsland and Bic Camera stores on December 28, 2011.
This mold was also used to make Groundbreak.

Notes

  • Aimless's allegiance is a mystery at this point, as TakaraTomy's website promotions and his instructions fail to explicitly assign him to either the Autobots or Decepticons. The pattern established by the new-mold Arms Microns is that those with humanoid modes are Autobot-aligned. Reinforcing this, his instructions show his weapon mode held by Optimus Prime. On the other hand (ha ha), he is named after a Decepticon Targetmaster. So... take your pick.
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