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Hasbro: Character Afterburner
Quick to anger and even quicker to attack, Afterburner isn't one to wait around for orders. Confident his heavy armor protects him, he likes to turn up his speed and burst through enemy lines, firing away as he plunges through. (
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Hasbro: Character Air Raid
Air Raid loves surprises. He prefers to suddenly streak into a cluster of Decepticons, whether they're airborne or on the ground, over shooting at them from long range. (
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Hasbro: Character Apeface
Pounding loudly on his chest plates to announce his latest success is perhaps the least obnoxious of Apeface's habits. (
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Hasbro: Character Arblus
Like Chicken Little, or the boy who cried wolf, Arblus is prone to make rash statements before examining the facts or the consequences of his actions. (
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Hasbro: Character Arcee
A sweet, kind, and loyal Autobot to her friends, Arcee is also a merciless, lethal warrior to her enemies. Arcee's intelligence, quick wit, and coolness under fire make her invaluable to the Autobot cause. (
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Hasbro: Character Astrotrain
Creating confusion is Astrotrain's specialty. As a Decepticon Triple Changer he can switch from robot to locomotive train to space shuttle almost instantaneously. (
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Hasbro: Character Backstreet
Backstreet is a temperamental, twitchy bundle of too-tightly wound circuits who jumps from one mode to another at the drop of a gasket. Although he maintains that he has, in a figurative as well as a literal sense, nerves of steel, he is unusually eager to avoid conflict for a warrior. (
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Hasbro: Character Battletrap
Battletrap can best be described as playful - in the same sense that a cat is playful with a mouse that it's caught before the cat moves in for the kill. If his two components were humans they'd very likely be a wrestling tag-team. (
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Hasbro: Character Beachcomber
Warfare holds no interest for Beachcomber; he much prefers to take long, lone journeys into the vast expanses of desert wilderness and along the rugged coastal shores that occupy so much of the American landscape. (
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Hasbro: Character Blades
Underneath Blades' aerodynamically designed steel skin beats the engine of your basic street fighter. He would much prefer using his rotor assembly to slash through a horde of Decepticons than to fly. (
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Hasbro: Character Blast Off
Removed from the type of close-quarters combat his fellow Combaticons engage in, Blast Off soars through the vast vacuum of outer space feeling literally and figuratively above the other Transformers. (
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Hasbro: Character Blaster
Blaster likes to turn it up loud. That goes for the way he does everything: fighting, talking, playing - living! If Blaster is involved, he makes his presence known. He is in the forefront of any situation. (
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Hasbro: Character Blitzwing
As a Triple Changer, Blitzwing's ability to rapidly transform from tank mode to jet fighter mode makes him one of the most lethally effective Decepticon warriors. (
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Hasbro: Character Blot
If there is one thing all Autobots and Decepticons agree upon, it is this - Blot is the most disgusting of all the Transformers. Wherever he goes, he leaves a trail of foul-smelling lubricant, which is usually oozing out of several joints at any given moment. (
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Hasbro: Character Bluestreak
Conversations don't come easy when Bluestreak is around. His talent for incessant and often inane talk tends to drown out those close by, but at least his gregarious manner serves to lighten the otherwise grim situation of the Autobots. (
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Hasbro: Character Blurr
Blurr is the fastest Autobot in motion and in conversation. He talks non-stop and continuously - if no one tells him to put a sock in it. (
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Hasbro: Character Bombshell
Whether it refers to a robot's or a human's, Bombshell's credo carries the same awful meaning - once he sinks his stinger into someone's head, it's unlikely that that someone will ever think for himself again. (
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Hasbro: Character Bonecrusher
A rubble-strewn wasteland is Bonecrusher's idea of a beautiful landscape. Rare is the edifice that he feels is better off left standing. For him, demolition is not merely a job - it is a performance. (
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Hasbro: Character Brainstorm
Brainstorm is so full of ideas that often he's disclosing the next one before he's finished explaining the first. His mind seems to work at a fevered pace. (
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Hasbro: Character Brawl
Brawl is loud. Whether he's talking, shooting, or merely moving, he makes a lot of noise - grating, clanking, booming noise that irritates all those nearby, friend and foe alike. (
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Hasbro: Character Brawn
Brawn looks on Earth as essentially a hostile environment - and he loves it. He is the most macho of the Autobots. He delights in challenges and when he faces one he becomes fully alive. (
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Hasbro: Character Breakdown
When Breakdown is in his car mode, he thinks everyone else is staring at him. Not just living creatures such as other Transformers and humans, but humans' cars, stoplights... anything mechanical. (
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Hasbro: Character Chase
Chase is usually ten miles down the road before his fellow Autobots even have had a chance to shift into gear. He's impatient and overeager. He doesn't seem to know how to stand still; the phrase "put it in park" had no meaning for him. (
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Hasbro: Character Chromedome
Chromedome spent several thousand years crunching numbers at Cybertron's Institute for Higher Programming before a Decepticon attack reduced it to a smoking pile of microchips. (
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Hasbro: Character Cliffjumper
"Let me at 'em" is Cliffjumper's usual response when the Autobots embark on a mission. His eagerness and daring have no equal among the Autobots. (
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Hasbro: Character Cloudraker
Nothing is good enough for Cloudraker. He's jealous of his clone brother Fastlane's popularity with beings of all types. (
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Hasbro: Character Computron
Although much admired for his dedication, bravery, skill and intelligence, Computron is an unfortunate example of being too technologically advanced for his own good. (
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Hasbro: Character Cosmos
Rocketing around the vast gulfs of outer space might seem like fun, but Cosmos knows the truth: it gets lonely up there. Sure, he understands that every Autobot has a job to do in the battle against the Decepticons, and he accepts his without argument. (
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Hasbro: Character Crankcase
Crankcase is a wheezing, whining ingrate who is about as welcome as a rash of rust-rot, even among his fellow Triggercons. His favorite pastime is complaining about everything and everyone. (
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Hasbro: Character Crosshairs
Crosshairs had a long career on Cybertron as the Autobots' chief armory manager. He procured, maintained and supplied to his brethren the latest and most lethal weapons. (
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Hasbro: Character Cutthroat
With not a trace of mercy to be found among his microchips, Cutthroat, not surprisingly, enjoys a reputation for mindless savagery and excessive destruction. (
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Hasbro: Character Cyclonus
Cyclonus is a huge and emotionless air-warrior metamorphosized from parts of dead Decepticons and remnants by Unicron. (
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Hasbro: Character Darkwing
If Dreadwind is the ultimate pessimist, Darkwing completes the equation by being a manic-depressive. He believes that life is one long ordeal of pain and suffering, and that it's pointless struggling against it. (
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Hasbro: Character Dead End
Sullen and fatalistic, Dead End sees little reason to continue the Autobot-Decepticon War since all Transformers eventually become inoperative anyway, even though it might take tens of thousands of years. (
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Hasbro: Character Defensor
Charged with the awesome responsibility of protecting humans from Decepticon attacks, Defensor views the people of Earth as if they were his own children. Using all his power and strength, he'll fight until his last drop of fuel is expended before he'll allow a person to be harmed. (
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Hasbro: Character Devastator
Awesome and terrifying, Devastator is the bizarre result of the six Constructicons - Scrapper, Scavenger, Bonecrusher, Hook, Long Haul and Mixmaster - joining together to form a single giant robot. (
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Hasbro: Character Dirge
The chilling rumble of Dirge's engines as they approach from a distance is merely a prelude to the petrifying fear they induce in whomever is unlucky enough to hear as they pass overhead. (
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Hasbro: Character Divebomb
Divebomb is like a kid at a candy shop - as he flies high overhead looking down at the ground below, he's so delighted with all the targets he has to choose from that he doesn't know where to begin. (
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Hasbro: Character Dogfight
The skies are unsafe for aviation when Dogfight is in the air. He terrorizes friend and foe alike. Not one to take chances, he buzzes even non-military commercial aircraft just to make sure that they keep their distance from him. (
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Hasbro: Character Drag Strip
Drag Strip would rather be scrapped than lose. It doesn't matter what the competition is he's involved in - racing, fighting or even just trading insults - Drag Strip always aims to come out on top. (
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Hasbro: Character Dreadwind
Dreadwind is the proverbial "deactivation of the party," a mournful presence always first to look on the bleak side of things. Grim and gloomy, he always acts as if his best friend has become permanently inoperative. (
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Hasbro: Character Eject
Simple descriptive phrases are insufficient for a confirmed Earthen sports fanatic like Eject. Sports cliches clutter his everyday conversation. To him, a surprise attack on the Decepticons is "a fast break." (
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Hasbro: Character Fangry
Fangry is rebellious, fearsome and foul-mouthed, ideal qualities for a Decepticon, you might think. But where normally these traits would be directed against the Autobots he battles, Fangry's wrath and fury are generally aimed at his own leader! (
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Hasbro: Character Fastlane
Fastlane is the younger clone brother of the Autobot Cloudraker. He is also far more immature than Cloudraker. Although this is often the case between siblings of substantially different ages, Fastlane was created only .0005 seconds after his brother! (
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Hasbro: Character Fireflight
If Aerialbots needed pilot's licenses, Fireflight would certainly never have gotten his. He's a definite hazard in the skies. He becomes mesmerized by the spectacular views he sees from above, and, consequently, often pays little attention to where he's going, leading to near-crashes with buildings, mountains, even other aircraft. (
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Hasbro: Character First Aid
First Aid hates seeing a machine in pain - even if the machine itself is unaware that it's hurting. He's been known to fix broken street lamps and administer water to overheated cars on his travels. (
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Hasbro: Character Fortress Maximus
Valiant, courageous, powerful beyond measure, Fortress Maximus is a warrior without compare, but one whose most fervent wish is never to have to fight again. (
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Hasbro: Character Fractyl
Fractyl is a pawn in a war of ideals. While Megatron pushes him to be a warrior in his universe-dominating army, Fractyl is more concerned with solving the problems caused by the strange planet's surplus of Energon. (
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Hasbro: Character Freeway
Freeway is the self-appointed comedian of the Autobots. He specializes in a particularly vicious brand of insult humor and is not afraid to aim his barbs at even the highest ranking of his comrades. (
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Hasbro: Character Frenzy
With a fervor bordering on insanity, Frenzy plunges into conflict holding back not one molecule of his mechanical being. If it were necessary for him to breathe, war would be his oxygen. (
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Hasbro: Character Galvatron
Galvatron is the new name and identity for Megatron when his remains are metamorphosized by Unicron. Galvatron is Megatron to the ultimate degree, more evil, more powerful, and even less subject to emotion or decency. (
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Hasbro: Character Gears
Gears is the complainer in the group. He absolutely hates the Earth and everything about it and he is eager to let the others know this. He is a self-proclaimed misfit, the type who finds fault in everything and everyone, even himself. (
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Hasbro: Character Getaway
Getaway is an escape artist without equal. He uses a combination of finesse and logic to get himself out of the stickiest situations. His ability to keep his cool even under the most extreme conditions is legendary. (
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Hasbro: Character Goldbug
Although the Autobot Bumblebee's body was destroyed (in G.I. JOE AND THE TRANSFORMERS # 1), his mind was still intact. A new body, similar to the old one but improved, was built. (
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Hasbro: Character Grapple
Back on Cybertron, Grapple's building designs were considered works of art. He realizes that now, in an alien environment on Earth, his ideas are limited by the necessities of war. (
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Hasbro: Character Grimlock
The most fearsome and powerful of the Dinobots, Grimlock would gladly usurp Optimus Prime's role as Autobot Commander if he thought he could get away with it. (
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Hasbro: Character Groove
A full fuel tank, clear skies, and open road - that's all Groove wants out of life. He's relaxed and easygoing, the kind of robot that is typically happy no matter where he is or who he's with. (
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Hasbro: Character Grotusque
Everything's a joke to Grotusque, and - as he says - why shouldn't it be, when the only thing that frightens him is looking at himself in the mirror! (
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Hasbro: Character Hardhead
The only way to get Hardhead to follow advice is to persuade him he came up with the idea himself. He knows only one way to do anything - his way. He's as stubborn as a Buick with a six year old battery on a cold winter's morning. (
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Hasbro: Character Headstrong
Headstrong doesn't listen to anybody, particularly his friends. He's so certain of himself that he doesn't acknowledge others' opinions. He's smug and arrogant, and believes that everyone would be better off if everyone minded his own business. (
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Hasbro: Character Highbrow
Highbrow considers warfare a barbaric solution to problems, worthy of only the most primitive sentient creatures. He believes civilized folk should talk about their differences, a talent for which he seemingly has an endless capacity. (
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Hasbro: Character Hoist
Everybody must submit to his maintenance schedule, even Optimus Prime, and no excuse is ever good enough for Hoist. (
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Hasbro: Character Hook
With the care and precision of a fine jeweler, Hook performs his job with a skill unparallelled among all the Transformers. (
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Hasbro: Character Horri-Bull
If ever there were a Decepticon worth avoiding, Horri-Bull is it. It's not just that he's a bad tempered bully with a penchant for smashing through anything (or anyone) in his path and then coming back and grinding them into dust. (
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Hasbro: Character Hosehead
Hosehead always has the desire, but often lacks the ability. Ready, willing and unable could be his motto. (
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Hasbro: Character Hot Rod
Hot Rod is the all-American-boy Autobot. Not too sweet, not too sharp, not too snotty... not a goodie-goodie, but basically a typical adolescent who has dreams of doing great stuff and being as heroic and important as Optimus Prime and other famous and revered top Autobots. (
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Hasbro: Character Hot Spot
Hot Spot likes to be where the action is. Whether he's trying to put out a fire or win a war, as long as he's surrounded by a swirl of movement he's happy. He fights with a fluid instinctiveness that seemingly overrides any carefully measured analysis within his logic circuitry. (
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Hasbro: Character Hound
Hound would just as soon be sniffing around the Grand Canyon or Big Sur as he would a secret Decepticon base. (
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Hasbro: Character Huffer
Bumblebee says Huffer looks at the world "through sludge-colored windshields." Huffer is dour. He says very little and when he does speak, it's usually to grumble. (
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Hasbro: Character Inferno
"The hotter things get, the better I like it!" When Inferno says this, he's not merely referring to fires. His love for combat increases with its intensity as well, a fact appreciated by both friend and foe alike. (
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Hasbro: Character Ironhide
"Go chew on a microchip," is Ironhide's calling card. Never the sort who likes to be told what to do, he prefers action to words. He refers to what he considers excessive talking as "leaking lubricant." (
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Hasbro: Character Jazz
Jazz would be cruising down Bourbon Street in New Orleans or be double-parked outside a cellar club in Greenwich Village soaking up the local sounds if he weren't in the middle of a war. (
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Hasbro: Character Jetfire
With a reckless daring that comes from being the swiftest of all the Autobots, Jetfire is the most eager of his comrades to plunge into battle. (
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Hasbro: Character Joyride
Although a fierce warrior and a skilled technician, Joyride is best known for his high-speed highway antics. He drives too fast and too recklessly to be allowed on the same road with most other vehicles. (
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Hasbro: Character Kickback
Kickback is as charming a guy as you'll ever meet - but it is a charm rooted in an uncommonly cruel cleverness. (
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Hasbro: Character Kranix
Chivalrous, well-skilled in the art of war, Kranix is a friar warrior and the last survivor of the planet Lithone. Like all Lithones, Kranix possesses a high percentage of emotional circuits in his computer brain. (
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Hasbro: Character Kup
Kup, as in Pickup Truck, is an old warhorse. A grizzled Autobot veteran with ten thousand tall tales from his one thousand adventures and a motto or word of advice for any situation. (
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Hasbro: Character Landfill
Landfill can't understand why the other Autobots steer clear of him. He's generally a friendly, cheerful, hard-working, reliable fellow - what is the problem, he wonders? (
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Hasbro: Character Landmine
Landmine likes to see himself as a sort of robotic Indiana Jones (he's seen all the films several times!), braving all manner of dangers to uncover minerals or relics. (
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Hasbro: Character Laserbeak
Laserbeak takes a sadistic pleasure in hunting his prey. He prefers to play with them and slowly cripple them before moving in for the kill. On Cybertron, his appearance on the battlefront would usually mean the battle was over and the Decepticons had won. (
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Hasbro: Character Lightspeed
Widely admired for his intelligence, dashing good looks and coolheadedness, Lightspeed is thought to be the model Autobot soldier. But Lightspeed thinks otherwise... for beneath that shiny chrome and steel exterior beats the fuel pump of a tormented soul. (
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Hasbro: Character Long Haul
Long Haul isn't too thrilled with his unglamorous role in the Decepticon cause, but he understands its importance. Along with his fellow Constructicons, his function is to help build the massive energy-recovery installations that fuel the Decepticon onslaught. (
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Hasbro: Character Megatron
Megatron, the leader of the Decepticons and a ruthless warrior. He has risen to the leadership of the Decepticons by a combination of brute strength, military cunning, ruthlessness, and terror. (
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Hasbro: Character Menasor
A clanking, crushing terror that destroys all in his path, Menasor is the ultimate Decepticon weapon - or, in theory at least, should be. For underneath his thick-plated hide is a mind wracked by indecision and conflict. (
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Hasbro: Character Metroplex
Possessed of startling versatility and staggering strength, Metroplex is the robot they depend on when all other options are exhausted. In battle, he is a mighty instrument of titanic destructive force, unwavering and ever-valiant in his attack. (
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Hasbro: Character Mindwipe
Mindwipe is perhaps the most mysterious and definitely the most mystical of all the Decepticons. When not performing his duties as a Decepticon warrior, he devotes his time to trying to establish contact with the electromagnetic essences of long-dead Decepticons. (
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Hasbro: Character Mirage
Mirage is not thrilled about being with a bunch of rough-and-tumble freedom fighters like the Autobots. If he had a choice he'd be in Monte Carlo, or better yet, back on his beloved Cybertron hunting turbofoxes with his high-priced friends. (
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Hasbro: Character Misfire
When Misfire shoots, his fellow Decepticons run for cover. Although he insists that his aim is improving, he has yet to convince any of his comrades. And it's not for lack of trying that Misfire is so inept. (
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Hasbro: Character Mixmaster
Nothing is safe from Mixmaster's seething cauldron. He will use any material necessary, whether unliving rock or living robot, in the making of some new material. (
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Hasbro: Character Motormaster
On the road, there is not a 16-ton hunk of rolling steel more cold and cruel than Motormaster. He shows mercy to none, least of all the unfortunate human drivers who happen to be sharing a highway with him. (
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Hasbro: Character Nautilator
Despite his fierce appearance and formidable weaponry, Nautilator is actually a stumbling, bumbling amphibious foul-up. (
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Hasbro: Character Needlenose
Needlenose was once the most renowned microchip designer on Cybertron. His "Chic Chips" line of computer hardware accessories became the fashion rage of its day. (
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Hasbro: Character Nightbeat
Nightbeat is a tough, no-nonsense type who is not afraid to break the rules to get what he wants. And usually what he wants is the solution to some complicated mystery... and he'll go anywhere to get it. (
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Hasbro: Character Nosecone
As a result of his very disciplined training in the dangerous but vital job on thermal-energy magma-miner back on Cybertron, Nosecone has developed into a very careful warrior. (
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Hasbro: Character Octane
Octane is a greedy, mean-spirited bully. Just to prove his own value, he's more than willing to let a Decepticon slip painfully into inoperative status rather than offer him a drop of life-saving fuel. (
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Hasbro: Character Omega Supreme
Omega Supreme is the ultimate defensive force. Although he has great strength, it is his even greater courage which truly distinguishes him. Against overwhelming odds, he will stand unwaveringly and fight with every last microchip of his mechanical being. (
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Hasbro: Character Onslaught
Perfection is what Onslaught seeks. He believes the key to a mission's success lies in its planning, not in its execution. Thus, a perfect plan virtually guarantees a victory. (
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Hasbro: Character Optimus Prime
Optimus Prime is the leader of the Autobots, and the greatest warrior in the history of the Transformers. (
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Hasbro: Character Optimus Prime Powermaster
Sage, scholar, soldier - Optimus Prime is all this and more. To peace-loving beings across the galaxy the revered leader of the Autobots is the living symbol of freedom - a beacon that shines against the forces of darkness. (
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Hasbro: Character Outback
Outback thinks going by the book is going the long way. Confident in his own abilities as a warrior, he feels little need to follow someone else's plan. (
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Hasbro: Character Overbite
A menacing, mechanical monster whose presence makes any body of water unsafe for swimming - or anything else - Overbite is just about the most dangerous creature ever to prowl the ocean depths. (
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Hasbro: Character Overkill
Whether he's talking, terrifying or attacking, Overkill does everything to excess. Other Transformers have been known to run out of fuel while listening to one of his interminable tirades. (
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Hasbro: Character Override
Override is a proud, loud, two-wheeled fighting machine whose favorite pastimes are tearing up roads and shooting up Decepticons. He doesn't know the meaning of the word "muffler." (
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Hasbro: Character Prowl
He is quiet, competent, and very loyal, but perhaps his most valuable trait is his almost endless patience. Once Prowl is assigned a task, he will keep at it until it is accomplished. He works with proven facts, not imagination or guesses. (
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Hasbro: Character Ratchet
Ratchet was known as the best tool-and-die man on Cybertron. In his work-area bay, he can fashion anything from a pin to a cruise missile and repair most of the Autobots and their specific parts, given the right materials. (
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Hasbro: Character Ravage
Ravage operates best when he operates alone. He's a creature of the night and carries out most of his murderous mischief at that time. Often the other Decepticons have no idea where he is, but they know he's up to no good, so they don't mind. (
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Hasbro: Character Rodimus Prime
Rodimus Prime is the mature, transformed persona of Hot Rod. This transformation and simultaneous assumption of the Autobot leadership occured in a major battle between the Autobots and Decepticons. (
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Hasbro: Character Shockwave
Of all the Decepticons, Shockwave's method of operation is most characterized by the cold, brutal efficiency one would expect of a purely mechanical being. (
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Hasbro: Character Slag
Maybe Slag enjoys his job too much - after all, a more sensitive Autobot might regret the waste involved in reducing an enemy to a smoldering pool of liquid metal. Not Slag. (
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Hasbro: Character Sludge
Sludge likes to make his presence known. A few steps of his incredibly lumbering legs and everyone within a three-mile radius can hear - and feel - that he's around. But his awesome physical appearance belies his unusually gentle and shy nature. (
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Hasbro: Character Snarl
An Autobot of few words and fewer opinions, Snarl grudgingly follows the orders of Dinobot leader Grimlock and leaves the thinking to others. He's generally unhappy and a loner, and his uncommunicative nature only adds to his feelings of isolation. (
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Hasbro: Character Soundwave
It is said that Soundwave can hear a fly sneeze. It is also said that beneath his smooth-talking, affable surface beats the generator coil of a blackmailer. (
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Hasbro: Character Starscream
Starscream makes no secret of his ambition to overthrow Megatron as Decepticon Leader. He is ruthless, cold-blooded and cruel. In that sense the two rivals are very much alike. (
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Hasbro: Character Swoop
Making a spectacular descent from the sky, Swoop watches with unhidden glee as his enemies scatter in terror before his looming presence. And that's just the way he likes it because he knows fear is a more effective weapon than any equipment he carries. (
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Hasbro: Character Ultra Magnus
Ultra Magnus is all soldier. He is most comfortable when he is carrying out Optimus Prime's orders - giving it all of his magnificent fighting skills, courage and gift for battlefield improvisation. (
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Hasbro: Character Unicron
The size of a large planet, Unicron derives sustenance from munching planets, moons, and even stars, thus making him larger and increasing both his power and his appetite. (
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Hasbro: Character Wreck-Gar
Wreck-Gar is the leader of the Junkions, and like his people, is a creature comprised of rusted scraps, dented odds and ends, chassis bits, and manifold parts - a walking, very powerful and all but indestructible Junkbot, i.e., a robot of junk. (
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