Allegiance: Other Hero
Lilly doesn't much care about the conflict between Autobots and Decepticons. Those Cyber Planet Keys do interest her, though, as they make pretty nifty playthings. Still, her primary concerns are how to charm more food out of her human personnel and which lap to curl up in next. Beware, though! When Lilly doesn't get her way she can use both her razor-sharp claws and heart-wrenching meows with devastating effectiveness.
In her primary mode Lilly is extremely posable, superbly detailed, and just plain fun. She has a host of different sound effects - including purrs, meows, whines and others - and her eyes reflect the light so that they seem to glow in the dark. Weapon-wise she carries claws in each of her four paws, as well as long teeth in her mouth. Bottom line, an extremely good primary mode.
Lilly is a triple changer. From her primary she can change into a hissing couch-shredder, as well as a blindingly fast racing machine. Look-wise the two modes barely differ from the primary mode, but you won't be hard-pressed to recognise each mode.
Lilly is a one-of-a-kind Transformer made back in 2003 and brought into my collection in 2004. There is no other figure quite like her. Playing with her carries some risks, you shouldn't be allergic to cat hairs and scratches shouldn't bother you much, but she holds tons of play value and is just too precious for words. So while you can't get this particular figure, I do recommend getting a cat for all of you.