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Starscream

Year - 1989
Series - Generation 1
Faction - Decepticon
Sub-Group - Pretenders
Size Class - Pretender Classics

Function: Aerospace Commander


Parts



  • Gun


  • Helmet


  • Wings (L and R)


  • Tailfins (L and R)

Features

  • Robot to vehicle conversion
  • Pretender shell with armor

Tech Spec (Pretenders version)

"Conquest is made of the ashes of one's enemies!"

A cheating, traitorous villan. Ruthless and cold-blooded. Always plotting another evil attack against the heroic Autobots. Determined to rule the univese with a fist of iron. Outer shell armed with methylial-powered jet pack and thermal carbine that can either freeze or melt metal on impact. Inner robot armed with null ray rifle that shorts out electrical impulses. Maximum speed: Mach 3. Also equipped with suborbital capabilities. Arrogance is Starscream's only weakness.

Strength
10
Intelligence
4
Speed
3
Endurance
10
Rank
9
Courage
10
Firepower
8
Skill
9


Tech Spec (K-Mart Classics version)

"Conquest is made of the ashes of one's enemies!"

A cheating, traitorous villan. Ruthless and cold-blooded. Always plotting another evil attack against the heroic Autobots. Determined to rule the univese with a fist of iron. A monstrosity of Cybertronic metal and complex circuitry. Armed with null ray lasers that short out electrical impulses. Maximum speed: Mach 3. Also equipped with suborbital capabilities. Arrogance is Starscream's only weakness.

Strength
10
Intelligence
4
Speed
3
Endurance
10
Rank
9
Courage
10
Firepower
8
Skill
9

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.



Availability

This figure was available in 1989.

The inner robot was also without the shell under the moniker of "Transformers Legends" exclusively at K-Mart in 1989.

The inner robot was sold in boxed Hero Set with the inner robots of Pretender Classics Jazz (1989), Pretender Classics Bumblebee (1989) and Pretender Classics Grimlock (1989) in Japan and Italy in 1989.

G1 Starscream Figure History




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