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Breakdown

Boxed

Decepticon

Function: Scout

 



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Tech Spec

"If I'm so paranoid, then how come everyone really IS watching me?"
Breakdown may be a twitchy bundle of neurotic programming impulses, but he comes by it honestly. When the Autobots and Decepticons of his universe combined forces to wage a titanic struggle against the techno-organic Destructons, Breakdown was assigned to locate their foes' Maelstrom Fracture Obelisk. Before he could report this ancient structure's location back to Galvatron, he was attacked by Psychokhan. A Psychospear strike pierced his side and the combination of its mental assault and the obelisk's Disentanglement Field sent him careening through cracks in the multiverse. It wasn't until many stellar cycles later that his energy signature was identified and caught by the TransTech's trans-universal tracers, landing him on the multiversal transit pad within Axiom Nexus. Now he attempts to fit into an unfamiliar world, wearing a identification bolt and under constant surveillance. His concussion cannon and modular vibro-projection engine give him a little comfort at least.
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Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively from the Transformers Collectors' Club Figure Subscription Service v1.0 in 2013.

Additional Versions of Breakdown:

Breakdown
(1986)
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Botcon 2010 Breakdown (2010).
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Sideswipe (2008), Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Sunstreaker (2008), Transformers Collectors' Club Punch (2010), and Generations Red Alert (2010)

Name Reuses: The name Breakdown was reassigned to Botcon 2011 Animated Breakdown (2011), Prime Breakdown (2012), Bot Shots Breakdown (2013), Construct-Bots Breakdown (2013), and Kre-O Breakdown (2014).

The name Breakdown was modified and reassigned to Cybertron Brakedown (2005-2006) and Movie Brakedown (2010).