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TakaraTomy designer Hisashi Yuki, TFYuki, has Tweeted a teaser silhouette for the next combiner in the Unite Warriors toyline to come after Computicon (Computron), and it appears to be Japan's answer to Sky Reign, much like how Convoy Grand Prime and Grand Galvatron were to Optimus Maximus and Galvatronus. The torso is obviously the Sky Lynx mold, while the limbs appear to be the Swindle mold, the Wheeljack mold, the Offroad mold, and the First Aid mold. Based on how Grand Galvatron consisted of retools that Japan had yet to receive, Sky Lynx's limbs could very well likely consist of Hound, Wheeljack, Trailbreaker, and Ratchet (instead of Smokescreen). The name of this combiner, whether it will still be "Sky Reign" or a new name, is unknown at this time. Keep your eyes peeled for more news on this combiner to come in the future.
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