Convention

Exclusives produced for that convention

Price of exclusive at convention

Approximate multiple of price of toy using same
mold at retail

Number of exclusives produced

Did exclusives sell out before end
of convention? (Sold out date if known to have sold out before the
convention)

^{*}
Unless otherwise noted, these may all be verified via emails from Fun
Publications dated the same day listed.
Date
Preregistration opened

Any remolding/retooling done for exclusive?

BotCon 2007 
June 28July 1, 2007

Bugbite

$279
for set of 5 (for club members. $50
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $179.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $10 less overall than the
“nonmembers”
price for registration with the boxed sets for most members, I do not
list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

4.65
/ 3.0 times 
Either
1500 or 1450 each of these, sold in 1100
(or 1050) box sets, and 400 bagged sets.^{*}The
number of box sets was given as 1050 at www.botcon.com on May 4, 2007.
Also, an email from Brian Savage was sent that evening, confirming the
number 1050 and revealing the number of loose sets at 400. NOTE: This
number represents an increase from the number of 200 loose sets
originally printed on the BotCon 2007 brochure. However, all is not so
tidy. When BotCon finally took place at the end of June, the
certificate that comes with the box sets said that the number of such
sets was 1100, and this number has been used in various (unofficial)
places since. Attempts to clarify whether the number of box sets is, in
fact, 1050 or 1100 have not met with definitive success, although I
have come to believe that 1100 is the correct figure.
The number of loose sets, 400, seems not to be in question.

Box
sets
sold out by May 4, 2007
Loose sets sold out by May 15,
2007 ^{*}Source:
BotCon.com announcement on May 4, 2007 in regard to the box sets. Then,
on May 15, 2007, BotCon.com was updated to reflect that the loose sets
had also sold out.
This is the first time in BotCon history that sets sold out even before
the convention had taken place.

March
31, 2007 

Dirge


Dreadwind

New head 
Thrust

New wings 
Thundercracker


Alpha Trion

$89
for 2pack (link no longer valid. Last checked on
April 25, 2008) 
3.0
times^{*}Note
that electronics present in the retail Vector Prime are
not present in Alpha Trion, which uses the same mold. 
1400
each of Alpha Trion and Weirdwolf, which were sold together in a 2pack. 
No^{*}An
email from Brian Savage dated July 13, 2007 indicated that a "very
limited number" of Alpha Trion/Weirdwolf sets would go up for sale at
the club store on Monday. The Alpha Trion/Weirdwolf sets went up
sometime between 3:00 & 4:00 pm,
PDT, on Monday, July 16, 2007. I personally ordered a set at
that time. There were still 19 sets left in the store according to a
shopping cart check at 6:30 am, PDT on Tuesday, July 17, 2007. A post
on the Official Transformers Club message boards suggests that there
were 6070 sets available the day before, but could not be more
specific. 
New head 
Weirdwolf


Huffer

$47
for 2pack (link no
longer valid.
Last checked on April 25, 2008) 
2.0
times

1400
each of Huffer and Springer, which were sold together in a 2pack. 
Yes^{*}An
email from Brian Savage dated July 13, 2007 indicated that a "very
limited number" of Alpha Trion/Weirdwolf sets would go up for sale at
the club store on Monday. No mention of the Springer/Huffer sets
indicates that they sold out at the convention.


Springer


Clear Mirage

Free
to attendees buying the BotCon 2007 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
N/A^{*}Since
Mirage was a "free" toy given to attendees only, it is assumed that
more were made than were given away, but these will never be sold
separately by the convention owners. 

BotCon 2008 
April 2427, 2008

Evil Jazz

$285
for set of 6 (for club members. $50
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $189.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $10 less overall than the
“nonmembers”
price for registration with the boxed sets for most members, I do not
list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

3.9
/ 2.6 times 
1150
each of these, sold in 950 box sets,^{*}Source:
Certificate of authenticity packaged with BotCon 2008 box set.
and 200
bagged sets. 
Box
sets sold out by February 25, 2008 (if not
earlier).^{*}On
February 15, 2008, a notice went up at BotCon.com indicating that
all remaining box sets were to be sold to attendees only, and that any
nonattendee orders made after February 14th would be put on a waiting
list, and filled if sets remain after the convention. A post made on
the TFW2005 boards, dated February
25, 2008, cites an email from Angie at FP saying that the sets had
sold out that day. This is the same date as the
last two figures of the box set, Starscream and Razorclaw, were
revealed at BotCon.com. The "SOLD OUT" announcement was not made
official until February 28th, at which point Brian sent out an email
with this information to TCC members, and the announcement was posted
at BotCon.com. The text of the email contains this additional
announcement: "If you have sent in a registration since February 14, we
will be emailing or calling you to find out which package you want to
switch to." This makes it seem possible the sets were sold out as early
as the 14th. However, several people have
indicated that they registered later than this date, and were
charged or otherwise received confirmation for the boxed set, so this
seems unlikely. A warehouse find made a few more available on the
evening of November 23, 2010, but this is an aberration.
Loose sets sold
out by February 13, 2008.

January
31, 2008 
New head 
Evil Grimlock


Evil Goldbug

New head 
Evil Optimus
Prime


Good Starscream


Good Razorclaw


Good Megatron

$116
for 3pack 
4.2
times^{*}Note
that electronics present in the retail 2pack Energon Megatron are not
present in Shattered Glass Megatron. For the purposes of determining
value, Energon Megatron has been valued at $15, but it should be noted
that this mold has never been
available separately in the US.

1100
Megatron / Rodimus / Divebomb 3packs^{*}Note
that the image here incorrectly states that
Rampage, not Divebomb, was included with this set. However, the numbers
are believed to be correct. 
Yes^{*}Allspark
threads immediately after the convention suggested that the
Megatron/Rodimus/Divebomb sets definitely sold out. On May 7, 2008,
Brian sent an email announcing BotCon merchandise on sale at the club
store. The lack of mention of the souvenir sets is taken as evidence
that they did, in fact, sell out by the end of the convention itself.

New head 
Evil Rodimus


Good Divebomb


Evil Blurr

$78
for 4pack 
3.5
times

1100
Blurr / Sideswipe / Rampage 3packs (4pack if you count Whisper)^{*}Note
that the image here incorrectly states that
Divebomb, not Rampage, was included with this set. However, the numbers
are believed to be correct. 
Yes^{*}On
May 7, 2008, Brian sent an email announcing BotCon merchandise on sale
at the club store. The lack of mention of the souvenir sets is taken as
evidence that they did, in fact, sell out by the end of the convention
itself. 
New head 
EvilturnedGood
Sideswipe


Good Whisper


Good Rampage


Evil Ricochet

Free
to
attendees buying the BotCon 2008 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
Yes^{*}Source:
Email from Brian Savage dated April 4, 2008, informing club members
that the supply of attendee exclusives (i.e. Ricochet) had been
exhausted, and that any orders received after April 1, 2008 would not
receive this figure. 
New head 
BotCon 2009 
May 2831, 2009

Kup

$295
for set of 5 (for club members. $65
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $199.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $25 less overall than the
“nonmembers” price for registration with the boxed sets for most
members, I do not
list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

3.7
/ 2.5 times^{*}Retail
prices are especially in flux in Spring 2009, so it's worth spelling
out that I'm assuming the following: Deluxes@$11 each, Voyager@$20, and
Ultra@$27. Note that electronics present in the retail Energon Landmine
are
not present in Landshark, which uses the same mold.

1750
each
of these, sold in 1350 box sets,^{*}Source:
Certificate of authenticity packaged with BotCon 2009 box set.
and 400
bagged sets. 
"No"
for box sets^{*}Extras
were made available at the club store June 8, 2009. The store only lets
you see up to 20 units in a cart, so there's no definitive word on how
many more than 20 were left, but based on comments made
toward
the end of the convention, there couldn't have been too
many left over. An email
dated May 18th, 2009, said there were less than
60 sets left. Unofficially, I'd say that there were between 3040 sets
left when the convention ended on May 31st.
Loose sets sold out by March 2, 2009.^{*}Source:
Announcement at BotCon.com on March 2, 2009. This is a mere 5 days
after preregistration opened up. The same announcement also said that
nonattendee sets were also sold out. It was never suggested before
this date that
nonattendee sets were only available as a limited number, nor had it
yet been suggested how many box sets were made, although an
announcement at BotCon.com on March 3rd suggests that
several hundred box sets remained available for attendees, who were now
only allowed one set per attendee. Nonattendee wait lists were
announced, however, in case box sets remained after the convention
attendees got theirs. Since the sets didn't actually sell out by the
end of the convention, it is believed that anyone who asked to be put
on the nonattendee wait list was able to get a set.

February
25, 2009 
New
head 
Flak

New
head 
Landshark


Thunderclash


Scourge

New
head

Razorclaw

$79
for 2pack^{*}I
was at this convention, and had access to the sales sheet myself.

2.5
times^{*}Note
that electronics present in the retail Cybertron Leobreaker are
not present in Razorclaw, which uses the same mold.

2000
2packs 
No^{*}Razorclaw
and Elita1 sets were made available at the club store on June 8th,
2009. While the number remaining at convention close is uncertain,
Brian Savage made an announcement over the loudspeaker about two hours
before the
convention ended, saying that there were 500 of these sets left at that
time. 
New
head

ElitaOne


BanzaiTron

$69
for 2pack^{*}I
was at this convention, and had access to the sales sheet myself.

2.2
times^{*}Note
that electronics present in the retail Energon Mirage are
not present in BanzaiTron, which uses the same mold.

1400
2packs 
No^{*}VERY
FEW LEFT, however. On June 8th, 2009, packs including
BanzaiTron/Skyquake sets (in addition
to other BotCon 2009 items) were made available at the club store. The
earliest announcement of these sets I can find is posted that day at
1:06 pm, PDT. As of 1:14 pm, PDT, there were 8 of these sets left in
the club store. An eyewitness account at BotCon 2009 suggested that the
club store was down to their last case of BanzaiTron/Skyquake sets. A
case contained 18 sets. 

Skyquake


Sweeps 
$49 for 3 Sweeps^{*}I
was at this convention, and had access to the sales sheet myself.

1.5 times 
1000
3packs 
Yes 
New
head

Leozack

Free
to attendees buying the BotCon 2009 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
N/A^{*}Besides
the Leozacks given away "free" to attendees only, Fun Publications gave
away two Leozack toys to any attendee who bought a
2005 box set. While it was believed for some time that this enabled
them to give away all
Leozacks that were made, Fun Publications sold a couple of Leozack
figures on the MCAX.com site upon its launch in 2011. 

BotCon 2010 
June 2427, 2010

Autobot Spark

$305
for set of 5 (for club members. $70
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $210.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $30 less overall than the
“nonmembers” price for registration with the boxed sets for most
members, I do not list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

3.9
/ 2.7 times^{*}I've
modified the retail estimates somewhat from last year (to reflect the
ways that prices seem to have settled down): Deluxes@$11 each,
Voyager@$20, and Ultra@$25. Note
that electronics present in the retail Universe
Onslaught are not present in Clench, which uses the same mold.

1800
of each of these, sold in 1400
box sets, and 400
bagged sets. 
Box
sets sold out by June 9, 2010^{*}Source:
Email from Brian Savage dated June 9, 2010. Although attendee and
nonattendee sets were counted separately for at least part of the
process, both seemed to sell out the same day. A warehouse find made a
few more available on the evening of November 23, 2010, but this is an
aberration.
Loose sets sold out by June 5, 2010^{*}Posts
on the Official Transformers Club forums, dated June 5, 2010, noted
that loose sets were no longer an available option during the online
registration process. Although Fun Publications never officially
confirmed this, an email dated June 8th which stated that there were
fewer than
20 each of attendee and nonattendee box sets (with no reference to
loose sets) would seem to argue that loose sets were indeed gone. A
warehouse find made a few more available on the evening of November 23,
2010, but this is an aberration. 
May
12, 2010 (attendees only)
June 2, 2010
(nonattendees included)


Breakdown

New
head

Clench

New
head

SkyByte

New
head

Streetwise 

Cindersaur

$72
for 2pack 
3.3
times 
1500
2packs 
No^{*}The
sets went
up at the club store on July 2, 2010. The club store announced that
there were only 24 left as of August 24th. It is assumed that a
significant number of purchases would have been made in the first hours
after the figures
were made available to club members.


Rapido

New
head

Double
Punch 
$79
for 3pack 
2.2
times^{*}Note
that electronics present in the retail Energon
Scorponok are not present in Double Punch, which uses the same mold.

1500
3packs 
Yes^{*}According
to a post by Pete Sinclair on the club forums on July 2, 2010, these
sets "sold out at the close of the convention." Club member
"swinetrekkie" says (in a post in a different thread dated the same
day) that the sets were purchased by dealers after the convention
closed to regular attendees. A warehouse find made a few more available
on the evening of November 23, 2010, but this is an aberration.


Scorch


Shattered Glass
Ravage


Sharkticons

$59
for 3 Sharkticons 
1.8
times

1000
3packs 
Yes 

Slice

Free
to attendees buying the BotCon 2010 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
Yes^{*}Slice
was a "free" toy given to attendees only, with "extras" traditionally
given to volunteers at the convention. In a post on the TCC forums on
1/21/12, custom class organizer Shawn Tessmann confirmed that some
volunteers received the molds for the "G2 Sideswipe" custom figure
because supplies of Slice ran out. 

G2 Sideswipe^{*}Prior
to 2010, I
did not include Customizing Class figures in this list, because such
figures were just unpainted samples of a either a
retail toy or another toy produced by Fun Publications, and thus there
wasn't anything "new" about the custom figure that a skilled customizer
couldn't do at home. However, starting in 2010, the Customizer Class
"raw materials"
have been produced in unique colors, warranting their inclusion.

$85
for class (or free to some volunteers) 
N/A^{*}
The
$85 paid for the class is at least as much for the experience as for
the figure itself. It
would therefore be improper to guess at a multiplier in this case.

75?^{*}There
were 50 people total enrolled between the two Customizer Classes. The
number 75 represents an estimate to allow for the fact that extras
were provided to at least some volunteers, and is based on a "less than
75" number given for the 2011 custom figureMinervain a November
2011 press release for a club contest. However, this estimate
remains unconfirmed in regard to G2 Sideswipe.

N/A^{*}Traditionally,
the attendeeonly figureSlice in the case of BotCon 2010was given
to volunteers at the convention. The fact that some of the G2 Sideswipe
molds were given to volunteers after supplies of Slice ran out confirms
that more molds were made than class attendees, but there is still no
way of knowing the exact number. 

BotCon 2011 
June 25, 2011

Dead End

$315
for set of 5 (for club members. $70
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $210.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $30 less overall than the
“nonmembers” price for registration with the boxed sets for most
members, I do not list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

4.9
/ 3.3 times^{*}Animated
Deluxe molds represented in this set ranged from $1015 on their
original releases. For the sake of simplicity, I am using a formula
that considers Deluxes@$11 each and
the Voyager@$20. 
2000
each
of these, sold in 1600 box sets, and 400
bagged sets. 
Box
sets sold out by March 27, 2011^{*}Source:
Email from Brian Savage dated March 27, 2011. On
August 4, 2011, a limted number of sets left over after final
postconvention inventory were made available at the club store, but
those sold out within a few hours.
Loose
sets sold out by March 22, 2011^{*}Source:
Email from Brian Savage dated March 22, 2011. Some sources suggest the
loose sets were gone in less than half a day. The email notes that
some loose sets may become available as duplicate orders are processed.
This eventually happened on August 4, 2011. It was not immediately
apparent on the club store whether or not these were still available,
as one had to call a phone number to even order them, but it is assumed
that these sold out quickly thereafter. 
March
21, 2011 

Breakdown

New
head

Drag Strip


Wildrider

New
head

The Motormaster

New
head

Toxitron

$89
for 2pack 
2.9
times 
1500
2packs 
Yes^{*}Although
these were indeed announced as SOLD OUT by the convention's end, an
extremely limted number of leftovers were made available at the club
store on August 4, 2011. These quickly sold out, as well. Within a few
hours. 

Sideswipe

New
head

Shattered Glass
Galvatron

$92
for 2pack 
3.0
times

1800
2packs 
Yes^{*}Although
these were indeed announced as SOLD OUT by the convention's end, an
extremely limted number of leftovers were made available at the club
store on August 4, 2011. These quickly sold out, as well. Within a few
hours. 

Shattered Glass
Thundercracker


Autotrooper 
$89
for 3 Autotroopers 
2.7 times^{*}I
had trouble deciding if it was more consistent to use "Deluxe=$11" or
"This mold only ever sold for $15 in the US." I went with the former.

1500
3packs 
Yes^{*}Although
these were indeed announced as SOLD OUT by the convention's end, an
extremely limted number of leftovers were made available at the club
store on August 4, 2011. These quickly sold out, as well. Within a few
hours. 
New
head

Fisitron

Free
to attendees buying the BotCon 2011 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
N/A^{*}Since
Fisitron was a "free" toy given to attendees only, it is assumed that
more were made than were given away, but these will never be sold
separately by the convention owners. 
New
head

Minerva^{*}Customizing
Class figure

$85
for class 
N/A^{*}The
$85 paid for the class is at least as much for the experience as for
the figure itself. It
would therefore be improper to guess at a multiplier in this case.

<75^{*}There
were 60 people total enrolled between the two Customizer Classes. One
assumes that the extras cited in this link were to facilitate extra
parts. 
N/A^{*}There
were 60 people total enrolled between the two Customizer Classes. Even
allowing for a few extras needed for parts, I'd expect that to leave a
few left over. One was used as a prize for a club contest in
August/September, 2011. 
None, but Shawn Tessmann created 2 styles of custom
antennae to
add to the figure's head. 
BotCon 2012 
April 2629, 2012

Shattered Glass
Ultra
Magnus

$340
for set of 6 (for club members. $75
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $250.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $35 less overall than the
“nonmembers” price for registration with the boxed sets for most
members, I do not list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

4.0
/ 2.9 times^{*}Approximate
2012 retail prices by size class: Deluxe  $13, Voyager  $20.

2300
each
of these, sold in 1800
box sets, and 500
bagged sets. 
Yes

January
6, 2012 (attendees only)
January 18, 2012
(nonattendees included) 
1st use of preexisting alternate head 
Shattered Glass
Turbo Tracks


Shattered Glass
Treadshot

1st use of preexisting alternate head 
Shattered Glass
Soundwave

New
head

Classics
Gigatron

New
head

Classics
Metalhawk

New
head

Shattered Glass Octopunch

$89
for 2pack 
2.7 times

1500
2packs 
No


Classics Spinister

None,
although no previous use of this mold has used this combination of
features.

Shattered Glass Optimus Prime (G2)

$95
for 2pack 
3.7
times

2000
2packs 
Yes


Classics KickOver

New
head

Shattered Glass WreckGar

$99
for 3 Junkions 
2.5
times 
2000
3packs 
Yes


Shattered Glass Scrap Iron


Shattered Glass Junkheap

First
use of correct head configuration. 
Shattered Glass "The Bard of Darkmount"
(aka Straxus)

Free
to attendees buying the BotCon 2012 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
N/A^{*}Since
Straxus was a "free" toy given to attendees only, it is assumed that
more were made than were given away, but these will never be sold
separately by the convention owners. 

Shattered Glass
Longarm^{*}Customizing
Class figure

$115
for class 
N/A^{*}The
$115 paid for the class is at least as much for the experience as for
the figure itself. It would therefore be improper to guess at a
multiplier in this case. 
~120^{*}There
were 120 people total enrolled between the four Customizer Classes. One
assumes that there will be extras. 
N/A^{*}There
were 120 people total enrolled between the four Customizer Classes.
Even
allowing for a few extras needed for parts, I'd expect that to leave a
few left over. One was used as a prize for a club contest in
August/September, 2011. 
None on the figure itself, but came with extra
Shockwave head and gun arm (available in 2 colors each). 
BotCon 2013 
June 2730, 2013

Hoist

$365
for set of 5 (for club members. $85
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $275.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $43 less overall than the
“nonmembers” price for registration with the boxed sets for most
members, I do not list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

4.1
/ 3.1 times^{*}Approximate
2013 retail prices by size class: Deluxe  $15, Voyager  $22. Note
that a weapon containing electronics
included with the retail Prime Dreadwing toy, which uses the same mold
as
Megaplex, was not included with Megaplex.

???
each
of these, sold in ??? box sets, and 550
bagged sets.^{*}For
the first time ever, the total number of box sets made was not
mentioned at any point in the convention materials, leaving this number
a mystery. 
No^{*}"Tarheels"
at the TFW2005 boards ran an inventory check on July 3, 2013, and found
at least
125 Boxed sets and 130 Loose sets left at that time.

March
14, 2013 
New
head

Skywarp

New
head

Strika

New
head

Obsidian

New
head

Megaplex


Electron

$92
for 2pack

2.5
times 
2000
2packs

No^{*}"Tarheels"
at the TFW2005 boards ran an inventory check on July 3, 2013, and found
at least 800 sets of Electron and Sandstorm left at that time.

New
head

Sandstorm


Mirage

$87
for 2pack

2.9
times

2000
2packs

No^{*}"Wheelimus"
at the Allspark boards ran an inventory check on July 3, 2013, and
found
at least 780 sets of Mirage and Thundercracker left at that time.


Thundercracker

New
head

Sunstorm

$99
for 3pack 
2.2
times 
2500
3packs 
Yes


Hotlink


Bitstream


Kreon
5pack 
$30
for 5pack 
2.0
times^{*}Note
that this estimate is based off of the $2.99 retail price of Kreon
MicroChangers, the only singlepack Kreons currently available.
However, as this 5pack includes nonMicroChanger
Kreons, the true retail multiplier could be theoretically higher.

1500
5packs 
No^{*}"Wheelimus"
at the Allspark boards ran an inventory check on July 3, 2013, and
found
more than 400 Kreon 5packs left at that time. 

Starscream

Free
to attendees buying the BotCon 2013 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
N/A^{*}Since
Starscream was a "free" toy given to attendees only, it is assumed that
more were made than were given away, but these will never be sold
separately by the convention owners. 

Blastcharge^{*}Customizing
Class figure

$120
for class including figure, or $75 for unpainted assembled figure

5.0 times^{*}Assuming
the
$75 price for the figure by itself.

Unknown^{*}For
the first time, preregistrants could order an unpainted, assembled
version of the custom class figure without being part of the class.

No^{*}"Tarheels"
at the TFW2005 boards ran an inventory check on July 3, 2013, and found
at least 465 assembled Blastcharges left at that time. 
New
head. Also, a flag accessory is available through Shapeways.

BotCon 2014  June 1922,
2014

Cannonball

$395
for set of 6 (for club members. $100
more for nonmembers). Loose sets available for $280.^{*}Because
registration for the convention (with boxed set of toys) plus
joining the Transformers club costs $58 less overall than the
“nonmembers” price for registration with the boxed sets for most
members, I do not list nonmember prices.
For boxed sets, it should be noted that the cost of attending the
convention is included in the price. A purchase of a boxed
set is required before a loose set may be
purchased. Between this and the relative scarcity of loose sets, just
going with loose set numbers is not
a reliable measure of how the toys compare to their retail
counterparts.

4.0
/ 2.9 times^{*}Approximate
2014 retail prices by size class: Deluxe  $15, Voyager  $23, Mega 
$30

? each
of these, sold in ?
box sets, and 250
bagged sets. 
?

?

New
head

Ferak


Tornado


Devcon

New
head

Scorponok
with Olin Zarak 
New
transforming head
and neck

Ginrai


?

$?
for 2?pack 
?

?

?


?


?

$?
for 2?pack 
?

?

?


?


? (pirate troopbuilder)

$?
for 3? troopbuilders 
?

?

?


? (pirate troopbuilder)


? (pirate troopbuilder)


?

Free
to attendees buying the BotCon 2014 boxed set. 
N/A 
Unknown 
N/A^{*}Since
this figure was a "free" toy given to attendees only, it is assumed
that
more were made than were given away, but these will never be sold
separately by the convention owners. 

?^{*}Customizing
Class figure

$120
for class including figure, or $75 for unpainted assembled figure

5.0 times^{*}Assuming a deluxe figure, and assuming
the
$75 price for the figure by itself.

Unknown^{*}Preregistrants
could order an unpainted, assembled
version of the custom class figure without being part of the class.

? 
