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Laserbeak

Bagged

Predacon

Function: Interrogation




 

Modes

 

Parts

Blades (L and R)
Energon Chip

 

Tech Spec

"The only point I like in Autobot and Maximal alike: melting point."

After the Great War, most Decepticons who were granted amnesty simply retired, no longer wanting any part of the age old conflict. Laserbeak, not satisfied with the idea of wasting away on the outskirts of Cybertron, found a new calling when he was contacted by Divebomb, a Preacon that was long thought deactivated. Offering both a new form and a new purpose, Laserbeak, along with Ravage and Buzzsaw, accepted the offer and was reprogrammed and rebuilt as a Predacon. Though Ravage became dissatisfied with his role and left to serve the Tri-Predacus Council, Laserbeak, like Buzzsaw, stayed loyal to his benefactor. In beast mode, LAserbeak can travel up to 400 mph. His twin crystal blades can slice through 5 inch thick plate steel with relative ease. While more comfortable in beast mode, Laserbeak has become quite adept at piloting different starships through space. With his comrade, Buzzsaw, Laserbeak continues to work in secret towards bringing about the day when the strong elements within the Predacon population will rise up and seize power away from those who have made peace, not war.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Firepower
Skill
5
6
8
5
7
3
8
9

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2006 with Botcon 2006 Buzzsaw (2006) in 2006.

Additional Versions of Laserbeak:

Laserbeak
(1984)
Mega SCF
Condor

(2002, Japan)
Encore
Laserbeak
(2007, Japan)
Great Cassette Operation
Laserbeak
(2009, Japan)
Linkin Park
Laserbeak
(2013)
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Energon Divebomb (2004), Shadow Hawk Cosmic Type (2004, Japan), and Botcon 2006 Buzzsaw (2006).
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.
Name Reuses: The name Laserbeak was reassigned to Armada Laserbeak (2002), Cybertron Laserbeak (2006), Animated Laserbeak (2008), Dark of the Moon Laserbeak (2011), Prime Laserbeak (2012-2013), and Kre-O Laserbeak (2014). The name Laserbeak was modified and reassigned to Beast Wars Lazorbeak (1997).