Gathered friends listen again to our legend of the…LimeFlavouredLibertarian24! Hi there and today I’m reviewing Kre-O Transformers Beast Hunters Optimus Prime and let me just say this and that is I didn’t build the Predacon that’s included with this set because it was too boring and I didn’t build Optimus Prime in his vehicle mode, I only built Optimus prime in his robot/transformed mode. I also built the Kicker minifigure and the Optimus Prime minifigure that’s included in this set and here’s what I’ve got to say about the Optimus Prime minifigure and that is he’s dark red and dark blue instead of his usual colour scheme of red and blue, the Kicker minifigure looks kind of boring, but also nostalgic at the same time. Now I’ll talk about the awesome thing about this set and that is the action figure/kind of constraction figure sized Optimus Prime and he’s a very great build with tons of little pieces and he has ball joints that have rubber surrounding them which make them stiff and kind hard to tell if they’re completely attached on. his lower arms are red and instead of the dark red that’s on the rest of him. His torso has a ball joint/ball socket connection in it so it’s able to articulate a little bit, but mostly from side to side rather than up and/or down. Optimus prime I think has a little bit too much stickers. He has a lot of interesting ball joint and ball socket pieces as well as some interesting system based pices that are good for MOC making. I’m quite surprized at solid Optimus Prime’s build is in this set because usually things and buildable action figures that are made of bricks are usually very easily to have pieces fall off, while with this set it feels very firm and stable. His looks cool and has a strange amount of movement. He has missiles on his back that are able to pose in various ways that can transform when it comes to posing. His upper leg pieces look a little bit too skinny and I think they should have added some armour or some more pieces to make it look a little bit more bulky especially since I don’t think that would affect his articulation. The wings on his missles on his back look cool and smaller than what I would have expected, but it does make more stable. The thing about this set I think is awful and hate about this set are his hands because his sword is hard to attach onto his hand because there’s pin/axle/light saber sized connection instead you have to stretch the rubber in his hand and hopefully it’ll stay in place, but he does come with different types of hand for different poses and looks. His shield is a little bit of a basic build, but it looks big and cool. His shoulder armour looks cool and can be posed to give different motions of speed on Optimus Prime. The transparent black pieces oh his chest along with the transparent blue plate/tile piece with the Autobot symbol printed on there look very cool. Overall this set is great if you’re a fan of both Transformers and buildable toys and it includes some minifigures that you can use for MOCs and custom playsets, his hands are my least favourite part of this set, but besides that he’s a very solid build and set and has a dark, but familiar colour scheme for Optimus Prime. That’s my review of the Kre-O Transformers beast Hunters Optimus Prime.