Vital Statistics
Force Commander

  • Role : Commander of the forces of good
  • Alignment : Good
  • Height : 16.5 cm
  • Weapons : Chest missile (rubber-tipped, 3 included), firing fists (4 fists included)
  • Transportation : Rocket pack, bipedal
  • Special Features : Magno-powered
  • Accessories : Magno-to-Micronaut joint adapters (2)
  • Release Date : 1977

After Baron Karza, Force Commander is the most popular (and fortunately, plentiful) Magno-powered Micronaut. He looks a lot like his magno powered counterparts, with magnetic ball & socket joints in his arms, legs, and head. The knees and elbows are held together by a typical one-degree-of-freedom joint. Baron Karza is colored black, with red highlights on his chest nubs, chest missile, and rocket pack cones. Baron Karza and Force Commander are sworn enemies, which is reflected in their black and white coloring. Force Commander also battled the Alien Micronauts, as was illustrated in Repto's card artwork.
Force Commander back view Force Commander has a the traditional rocket pack which is all white, save for the upper cones, which are red. A single, red missile protrudes from the front of his midsection, which is fired from a lever which is nestled behind his rocket pack (there are two spares). Both of Force Commander's fists fire, activated from triggers on his forearms. Since the fists are easy to lose, two spares were included. Since Force Commander was one of the first Micronauts, he comes with the "unsafe," smaller missiles instead of the large rubber-tipped missiles, such as those included with Emperor.
Force Commander is the only Magno-powered Micronaut to have an external life support system built around his helmet. Two air tubes protrude from a mouthpiece, which extend to the upper sides of his head.
Force Commander Centaur Force Commander can become a centaur with the Oberon figure by removing his legs and placing his torso in the cavity left by Oberon's head.
Force Commander Helmets Force Commander helmets varied. One had a rounder head, with a more circular radius on the air tubes, and larger eyes. The other variation, had smaller eyes, a flatter head and more swept back air tubes. There doesn't seem to be any reason for the style change; both helmets have been seen on U.S. releases.

The Box
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[Back Panel]