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  • Scrapper (Transformers) | Villains Wiki | Fandom

    Scrapper as he appears in Transformers: Animated. This incarnation of Scrapper is different from that of his G1 counterpart. In Transformers Animated, he is an Allspark mutation created by Bulkhead and is the brother of Mixmaster. He transforms into a futuristic excavator as opposed to transforming into a front-end loader, vaguely resembling

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  • Metroplex (Transformers) | Neo Encyclopedia Wiki | Fandom

    Template:Merge from Metroplex is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers series. Metroplex is capable of transforming into a battle station or a giant robot. Metroplex has three smaller autonomous components: Six-Gun: an Autobot who is formed from six of the battle station's guns combining with one of the city's towers, Scamper: an Autobot who transforms into a car

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  • Constructicons (Devastator, G1) Scavenger (2

    Feb 12, 2018 · Excavator is a heroic Decepticon with technical expertise. Fiction Shattered Glass. Excavator and his partner Stonecruncher were known for switching body-types and playing pranks.

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  • Stonecruncher (G1) - Transformers Wiki

    Excavator is a Predacon desert operative. It is not related to his G1 counterpart. His beast mode is a purple Camel.

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  • Devastator | Transformers Movie Wiki | Fandom

    Dragstrip TFP. Dreadwind (G1) Drift (RID) Drift TFP. Duststorm (Energon) E. Elita-One (Movie) Category:Energon Combiners. Excavator (G1)

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  • Prowl (G1) | Transformers History Wiki | Fandom

    Prowl (G1) Prowl is the Autobot military strategist. As such, Autobot Commander Optimus Prime keeps Prowl near at hand for his indispensable expertise. Prowl is quiet, competent, loyal, and possessed of almost endless patience. Prowl's dedication to logic and reason make him an excellent strategist, but not much of a socialite.

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  • Transformers Generation 3 | Transformers Fanon Wiki | Fandom

    Transformers Generation 3 is a Transformers continuity that came out in 2025. It is a new Universe unconnected to the Aligned, G1, and Unicron Trilogy Continuities. It has classic and recent characters for the Autobots and Decepticons transforming into more modern alt modes. The live-action web series was streamed online rather than on television or cinemas. In a Universe where the

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  • Disciples of Boltax: Review: Marvel G1 #15 - I, Robot-Master!

    Mar 12, 2009 · Review: Marvel G1 #15 - I, Robot-Master! I, Robot-Master! is the fifteenth issue of Marvel's G1 Transformers series. It's penned by Bob Budiansky. Artwork is by Don Perlin (pencils), Keith Williams (Inks), Nel Yomtov (colors) and Janice Chiang (letters). Herb Trimpe provided the cover. This is a very clever cover.

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  • Hough H-60 Pay Loader Operators Manual

    John Deere JD400 Tractors and Loaders Operator Manual TractorJoe offers the best online shopping for tractor parts. Get quality tractor parts for Ford tractors, John Deere tractors, Massey Ferguson tractors and many more at discount prices.

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  • List of Transformers film series cast and characters

    Characters. The following is a list of characters featured in the Transformers film series, distributed by Paramount Pictures, and its related media appearances.Over 214 characters have appeared in the film franchise. Autobots. In the first five films, 40 Autobots have appeared in the series. By the end of Dark of the Moon, ten Autobots remain on Earth.. Five years later, half of the Autobots

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  • Constructicons | Pooh's Adventures Wiki | Fandom

    Transformers: Generation 1. The Constructicons (known as Buildrons in Japan), so named for their group job of design, engineering and construction for the Decepticon forces, are particularly notable for their status as the very first combining sub-group of Transformers, able to merge their bodies and minds together to form the gigantic Devastator.

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  • List of Transformers: The Headmasters characters - Wikipedia

    Chromedome is a playable character in the Japanese Famicom video game Transformers: The Headmasters. Other media. Chromedome is one of the characters appearing in the unlicensed comic book Transformers Chronicles Book One by Hirofumi Ichikawa. Toys. Generation 1 Headmaster Chromedome with Stylor (1987)

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  • Decepticons | Villains Wiki | Fandom

    The Decepticons are an organization of evil Cybertronians and the main antagonistic faction of the Transformers franchise, in some continuities like the G1 cartoon and comic, they are a separate race in their own right. They wage war against the Autobots and seek to conquer the universe. They are usually portrayed as the main antagonists of the Transformers franchise. There is a military

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  • All G1 Transformers (including G2) | Transformer Titans

    The following is a list of every Autobot and Decepticon from my own G1, this list features some G2 characters as well as Diamondbolt's NG characters. Autobots: Optimus Prime Sureshot Lancer Greenlight Primon Scamper Ube-in Cordon Gears Bulkhead Bumblebee+Cliffjumper combiner Epsilon Prime Deep Cover Tigertrack Clamp Down Fire Guts Ginrai Crosscut Primus Big Red Blades Pulsar Tempest Star …

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  • Excavator (BW) | Beast Wars Transformers Wiki | Fandom

    Excavator (G1) - Teletraan I: the Transformers Wiki - Age

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  • List of Autobots - EverybodyWiki Bios & Wiki

    Aug 05, 2020 · The Transformers (Generation 1) [] Primes []. Optimus Prime – Freightliner FL-86 Rodimus Prime – Space Winnebago Cars []. Bluestreak – Nissan 280ZX Turbo Hound – Mitsubishi J59 Military Jeep Jazz – Martini Racing Porsche 935 Ironhide – Nissan Vanette Mirage – Ligier JS11 Formula 1 racing car Prowl – Nissan 280ZX Police Car Ratchet – Nissan C2

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  • List of The Transformers characters - Neo Encyclopedia Wiki

    This is a list of characters appearing in the original American Transformers cartoon, first aired between 1984 and 1987. (also known as Cybertrons in Japan) are the heroes in the Transformers toyline and related spin-off comics and cartoons. Their main leader is Optimus Prime, but other "Primes" have also commanded the Autobots such as Rodimus Prime. They are constantly at war with the

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  • Excavator (G1) | Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki | Fandom

    Excavator is a Decepticon Micromaster in the Generation One continuity family. Excavator would probably be perfectly happy as an Autobot, so long as he got to build things. He prefers to quietly gather supplies and tools in anticipation of the Constructor Squad 's next project, and then throws himself into the actual work with enthusiasm and excitement.

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  • Transformers: Generation 1 - Wikipedia

    Transformers: Generation 1 (also known as Generation One or G1) is a toy line from 1984 to 1990, produced by Hasbro and Takara. It was a line of toy robots that could change into an alternate form (vehicles such as cars and planes, miniature guns or cassettes, animals, and even dinosaurs) by moving parts into other places, and it was the first line of toys produced for the successful

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