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Ravage

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

Function: Saboteur


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

"Today's Autobots are tomorrow's scrap metal."

Ravage operates best alone. A creature of the night. Craftiest of all Decepticons. Adept at devising deadly new strategies. Remains aloof from others, but his deeds command their respect. Can virually escape detection -- emits an electromagnetic emmission shield, has soundless walk, disappears in subdued light or shadow. Carries 2 powerful heat-seeking missiles. Light-sensitive. Can be blinded.

 

Strength
5
Intelligence
8
Speed
5
Endurance
6
Rank
7
Courage
4
Firepower
7
Skill
10

Variations

Rub Symbols:



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

Sticker Variant:



Ravage with a decoder sticker was available with Reissue Soundblaster (2005, Japan),
Classics Soundwave (2007), and Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Soundwave (2009).



Availability

This figure was available with Rumble (1984) in 1984-1986.

This figure was later reissued with the sticker variant in the Transformers Collection line with Soundblaster (1987) and the sticker variant version of Buzzsaw (1984) in Japan in 2005.

This figure was reissued exclusively at Toys R Us stores as part of Classics with Classics Soundwave (2007) and Laserbeak (1984) in 2007.

This figure was later reissued as a San Diego Comic Con/Hasbro Toy Shop exclusive as part of the Transformers: Universe line with Buzzsaw (1984), Laserbeak (1984), and Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Soundwave (2009) , and Ratbat (1986) in 2009.

G1 Ravage Figure History




Mold History

    This figure's weapons were also included with Nightstalker (2012).



Characters Named "Ravage"