DIAL TONE (v6)
Series: Eighteen (2002)
Dial Tone (v6) was released as part of the eighteenth series (2002) in an eight-pack Exclusive to BJ's Wholesale Club and Fred Meyer stores. Also included were Roadblock, Snake Eyes, Wet-Suit, Fast Blast Viper, Firefly, Storm Shadow, and Undertow.
Dial Tone (v6) was also released in 2003, boxed as the driver for the A.W.E. Striker, and was a Toys R Us Exclusive.
Dial Tone (v6) (BJ's exclusive) came with a black backpack, silver bandolier, a silver machine gun and a silver Sound Attack RPG.
Dial-Tone (v6) (A.W.E. Striker) came with a black Sound Attack Machine Gun.
Birthplace: Eugene, Oregon
Primary Specialty: Radio Telecommunications
Secondary Specialty: Infantry
Motto: "I make sure my message gets out loud and clear."
No variations of Dial Tone (v6) are known to exist.
Dial Tone (v6) was created from the same mold as the original Dial-Tone (1986). The mold is also shared with Dial-Tone (v2) (1986), Dial-Tone (v3) (1990), Dial-Tone (v5) (2000), and Dial Tone (v7) (2003).
Versions of Dial-Tone
Note that there is a male Dial Tone character with the filename of "Jack S. Morelli" and a female Dialtone character with the filename of "Jill S. Morelli". The G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra video game establishes them as siblings.
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