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Scourge

Boxed
Bagged

Decepticon

Function: Sweeps Commander

 



Modes

 

Parts

Wings (L and R)
Key

 

Tech Spec

"All who defy me shall lay at my feet; broken, crushed and defeated!"
Born from the wreckage of fallen Decepticons, Scourge is a merciless warrior without fear. He is often seen following the lead of Cyclonus, but internally he is constantly calculating new ways to maneuver the Decepticon Empire towards greatness through his service. While loyal to the Decepticon cause, there is no one he will not defy if he feels there is a better way to bring destruction upon the Autobots. Scourge is a tracker by nature, using his vast array of detection equipement to find his prey. Once found, he has an arsenal of weaponry at his disposal to destroy his targets including disintegration beams, acid rays and tractor beams. Scourge leads "The Sweeps," a tactical unit comprised of battlefield specialists who serve as extensions of his will. Scourge's only weakness is his arrogance.
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
8
8
8
7
8
7
8
8

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2009 with Botcon 2009 Kup (2009), Botcon 2009 Flak (2009), Botcon 2009 Thunderclash (2009), and Botcon 2009 Landshark (2009) in 2009.

Additional Versions of Scourge:

Scourge
(1986)
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Botcon 2009 Sweeps (2009).
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Cybertron Sideways (2005), Noizemaze Mass Production Type (2006, Japan) and Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Ratbat (2008).

Name Reuses: The name Scourge was reassigned to Beast Wars Scourge (1999), Robots in Disguise Scourge (2002-2013), Grand Scourge (2004, Japan), Cybertron Scourge (2005-2006), Bot Shots Scourge (2013), and Kre-O Scourge (2013).

In Japan, Scourge was the name given to Nemesis Prime (2003).