Dr. Krankcase is a Tech trappable villain that you can capture after defeating him at the end of the eleventh level – Wilikin Workshop. Dr. Krankcase is not the healing kind of doctor. In fact, no one really knows what he is a doctor of. However, his technical engineering achievements are legendary. His success lies in his glowing green goo which makes wooden objects come to life and turn evil. This unique skill made him a valuable asset for the Doom Raiders who have plenty of need for evil wooden creatures. Dr. Krankcase was also an inspiration to Kaos who used the Dr.’s research to create his own wooden creatures, the Wilikin. Kaos was also a fan of Dr. Krankcase’s interest in world domination and doom engineering.
Shrednaught – Villain Review
Shrednaught is a Tech element villain that you will find shredding up the Pheonix Psanctuary. Shrednaught is not your average villain, it’s actually 2 Trolls, 1 giant chainsaw, and unlimited possibilities. It’s hard to tell if the trolls are brothers, friends, or just two villains forced to work together. They refer to each other as Troll 1 and Troll 2 so they don’t seem to have any interest in names. They do work well enough together to control the biggest chainsaw mech ever built (by trolls that is). The blade of the chainsaw even spins around making it a fearsome device to all who lay eyes on it (again mostly just trolls). Shreadnaught is a loyal villain to Kaos. Luckily for the Skylanders though, Shrednaught is easily persuaded. After a slight beating and some time in a Tech trap, the trolls will be ready to switch their allegiance to the Skylanders.
Brawlrus – Villain Review
Brawlrus is a Tech trappable villain that you will be able to capture in the sixth level – Rainfish Riviera of Skylanders Trap Team. Everyone knows that Brawl + Walrus = Brawlrus. But, did you know that Brawlrus doesn’t have any melee or “brawling” attacks? He does however, harness the awesome power of the starfish. He fires a cannon full of damage causing starfish. This damage can be increased by finding his quest shortly after you capture him in Rainfish Riviera.
Bruiser Cruiser is a Tech trappable villain that you will be able to capture in level 3 – Chompy Mountain. His quest is in the same level, so if you backtrack just a bit after you capture him, you’ll be able to evolve him right away. Bruiser Cruiser is a former troll boxing champion with a wicked one-two punch and a very large mech suit that mimics his every move.
Jawbreaker and Legendary Jawbreaker – Skylander Review
Jawbreaker is a new Tech Trap Master making his debut in Skylanders Trap Team. He also has a Legendary variant called Legendary Jawbreaker which is sold exclusively by Toys R Us. Jawbreaker began his existence as an ordinary robot. He was one of many robots who operated and maintained the enormous underground machines that controlled and powered the legendary Sky Train which traveled between a thousand different islands daily. One day a large army of Gear Trolls invaded the underground complex who wanted to take over the legendary Sky Train for their own use. Jawbreaker used his massive fists and beat the troll army into retreat. His ability to think for himself set him apart from the rest of the robots. For this, and his heroic actions he was made a member of the Trap Team.
Chopper – Skylander Review
Chopper is a new core Tech Skylander making his debut in Trap Team. Chopper is a dinosaur but he was one of the smallest in his village. Each year his village held a competition to honor the village idol. One year Chopper entered this competition. Despite his size Chopper wasn’t worried because he had built himself a super Gyro-Dino-Exo-Suit. Chopper dominated the competition by firing missiles, and chomping everything in his path. He was about to win, when a nearby volcano erupted, flooding the village with lava and trapping some of the residents of his village. Chopper left the competition and airlifted each of the stranded villagers to safety. He even saved the village idol. For heroically saving the villagers, Chopper was made a Skylander.
Tread Head is a new Tech core Skylander making his debut in Trap Team. Tread Head was an orphan from the Dizzying Dunes who always dreamed of racing. One summer he found enough old parts to build his own bike. He built his bike his way with a focus on performance. Once his bike was finished he entered it into a local race, but the other competitors all laughed at his bike’s design. Since he had built his bike for performance, and not looks, he easily raced to a commanding lead. While in the lead, he entered a canyon and found a roadblock of Goblin troops! In order to protect the other racers, Tread Head pulled off the road and kicked up a bunch of dust that forced the Goblins to retreat. This allowed the other racers to pass safely. Unfortunately for Tread Head, it also meant that he would loose the race. However, Master Eon took note and offered Tread Head the chance to become a Skylander and to race over evil.
Gearshift – Skylander Review
Gearshift is a brand new Tech Trap Master which debuts in Skylanders Trap Team. She was created by a king who considered the robot to be his own daughter. Gearshift liked to spend most of her time in the Labyrinths below the kingdom tending to the huge machines that were there. This was not what the King wanted her to do. However, one day a squadron of Undead Stormriders attacked and wanted to capture the King. Gearshift hid the King in the Labyrinths below the kingdom and used the Great Gear to fight off the invaders. After this she was made part of the Trap Team where she could use her Traptanium-forged gear to help defend Skylands.
Conner is in another singing mood for this Magna Charge unboxing. At least until he starts to get him open, then his singing starts to fade a little. 🙂 Watch as he compares Magna Charge to Nitro Magna Charge and decides which one is better.
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