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Heeheehee, Ferox Unicron. Oh, tri-lingual packaging, how I don't miss thee. --FFN 07:12, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

"Ferox" is a great TF name, though. (Jots that down.) --M Sipher 07:19, 25 December 2007 (UTC)
Under the theory that every toyline should have 1 toy that snarls our disambig pages, (like 'Galaxy Force Vector Prime') I think there should be a recolor of Cyb Unicron called 'Ferrox Unicron.' -Derik 07:35, 25 December 2007 (UTC)
Another other tri-lingual packaging words we can use as TF names? *looks at Red Thrust's card* Super Alianza? --FFN 08:08, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

Classification

What do we call these things? Line-refreshes? Subtitles? Sublines? We've had 5 of them now-- I think we need to know what to call them.

Also- why do they exist? Is it one of those retailer things? "It's new product we sweear, even though it's 2/3 recolors. Look, it even has a different line name!" -Derik 07:58, 25 December 2007 (UTC)

Effectively, yes, that's entirely the reason. --M Sipher 08:10, 25 December 2007 (UTC)
Cool. So technically they are a subline- but it's a phony distinction, so this wiki ignores it unless it's relevant when listing toys? (Because we do.) I'm leaning towards a category Category: Subline imprint, which seems to capture what makes Battle for the Allspark etc more important/distinct than other sublines.
Also, is there a list somewhere of what toys were release under the The Unicron Battles?
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