February 25, 2009

Scourge (02-25-09)

Filed under: 01 generation one, TF365 — Tags: — fairplaythings @ 12:25 am

Transformer of the Day for February 25, 2009


-Faction: Decepticon (Constructicon)
-Era: Generation One (1984-1992), Generation Two (1993-95)
-Function: Warrior
Thinking and Winning Do Not Mix”
-Notable Toy: 6″ Titanium (Hasbro, 2006)

Notes: Is it from the ashes of Thundercracker, he comes? No longer the discarded warrior of past battles, now he leads his own armada (of varying size), claims the matrix and takes a targetmaster pet. Now if only he could get some Universe love. In the meantime, we’ll make due with his transformable Titanium, just expensive enough to prohibit an army of Sweeps from joining him. Which, like the good insecticons from which they come, travel in packs.


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