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Laserbeak

Year - 1984
Series - Generation 1
Faction - Decepticon
Sub-Group - Decepticon Cassettes
Size Class - Decepticon Cassettes

Function: Interrogation


Parts



  • Guns (L and R)

Features

  • Robot to cassette conversion
  • Cassette mode compatible with Soundwave (1984) and Blaster (1985) and all subsequent recolors and retoolings.

Tech Spec

"The only point I like in Autobots: melting point."

Laserbeak takes pleasure in hunting his prey -- usually the straggling survivors of a battle. Noticeably not brave. Will run for safety if threatened. Flies at speeds up to 250mph. Uses two independently targetable laser cannons with extreme precision to get information from capitves. Shortage of ruby crystals that powers the lasers can panic his systems into shutting down.

 

Strength
5
Intelligence
6
Speed
8
Endurance
5
Rank
6
Courage
2
Firepower
8
Skill
9

Variations

Rub Symbols:



Laserbeak was available without (1984, above) or with a rub symbol (1985).

Head Variant:

In Japan, some versions of Laserbeak had thin horizontal ridge on the side of his head.



Availability

This figure was available with Frenzy (1984) in 1984-1985.

This figure was available individually in Japan in new packaging each year from 1985-1987.

G1 Laserbeak Figure History


Laserbeak was also included as an accessory with: Super Collection Figure Act 4 Megatron (2001), Super Collection Figure Act 4 Pewter Megatron (2001), and Heroes of Cybertron Megatron w/Laserbeak (2003).




Mold History



Characters Named "Laserbeak"

Additionally, the name Laserbeak was modified and reassigned to: