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Deathsaurus

Boxed

Decepticon

Function: Decepticon General

 



Modes

 

Parts

Missile (x2)
Launcher (x2)
Pin

 

Tech Spec

"Glory of death for my enemies, glory of victory for me!"

Profile: After his defeat centuries ago by the Autobot Star Saber, Deathsaurus was recreated as one of the Generals in the Decepticon army. Having led many successful campaigns, he became frustrated as the Autobots and Maximals began to overwhelm the Decepticon/Predacon Alliance. His ultimate goal is to re-establish his title of Emperor of Destruction and return the Decepticon Empire to its former prominence. Savage, cruel and brilliant, Deathsaurus should never be underestimated. Deathsaurus hopes to use his Insecticon Clones to increase his power base.

Abilities: Deathsaurus' new form was engineered to have six distinct transforms including a dragon mode, an aerial vehicle mode and a high-speed ground mode. These forms, along with his dual Energon blade weapon make him a formidable foe. Utilizing the unique materials in his wings, he can convert sunlight into dark energy, which will corrode any type of metal upon contact. Deathsaurus is one of the strongest Decepticons.

Weakness: Deathsaurus' arrogance allows him to believe his plans are fool proof, causing him to sometimes overlook potential flaws.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Firepower
Skill
9
8
7.6
9.2
9
8.5
8.3
8.7

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2005 with Botcon 2005 Ironhide (2005), Botcon 2005 Ricochet (2005), Botcon 2005 Dirge (2005), Botcon 2005 Buzzclaw (2005), Fallback (2005), and Chromia (2005) in 2005.

Additional Versions of Deathsaurus:

Deathsaurus
(1989, Japan)
Super Collection Figure
Act 7
Deszarus
with Eaglebreast (2002, Japan)
Recolors: This mold was never recolored.
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Robots In Disguise Megatron (2001) and Robots In Disguise Galvatron (2001).

Name Reuses: The name Deathsaurus was never reassigned.