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Combinators: Space Fleet Omega
Combinators is a portmanteau of the words Creator and Combiner, which is what this pitch is. Micro construction kits similar to Creator sets, which can be combined WITHOUT dismantling them into larger super-robot sets.
Shown here is the proposed Series one sets which would form part of the "Space Fleet Omega" story of heroic superheroes versus the ultimate evil.
Fiction: For generations, a secret organisation has prepared for the return of the ultimate evil, the entity known as Darkon. Now, commanded by the enigmatic Omega, the Space Fleet, challenges the allies of Darkon where ever and whenever they appear.
There are some conceptual similarities to other "super robot" ideas, the selling point however is that this is specifically a micro-scale series, and would be a great pocket money collectors concept as each set would be under $5.
It should also be noted that most of the vehicles would be able to combine WITHOUT dismantling them.
For more information refer to the unofficial wikia page link.
More images available on my MOCpages gallery link
All the series one sets in their various robot forms, could be sold as one set or individually.
The 13 series one vehicles.
Back Row: Green space fighter, 2 black fighters and black bomber, yellow fighter.
Centre Row: Blue fighter, 2 black interceptors, white fighter.
Front Row: 2 gold fighter and red and gold bombers.
Note: of the designs shown, only Gold Bomber needs to be (partly) disassembled to combine with the other robot modes.
Example of a basic combined robot using only 5 component vehicles.
Examples of combined super robots using 8 component vehicles.
Anyone who is familiar with my work via my mocpages or deviantart accounts will know that I normally refer to these designs as Space Ninjas. Because of overt similarities in concept with existing products by Lego and others (Bandai, Takaratomy, etc) I've changed the name. The back story isn't important. The important aspect is the scale and customisability.
Here are some more links for anyone interested in the concept. space ninja fleet