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Ravage




Faction: Decepticon
Function: Saboteur
Series - Generation 1
Sub-Group - Cassettes
Original Year - 1984
First TV Appearence - "More The Meets the Eye, part 1"
First Comic Book Appearence - "Transformers #1" (Marvel)




Modes

 

Parts

Guns (L and R)

 

Packaging

 

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

 

Variations

Rub Symbols:
Ravage was available without (1984) or with a rub symbol (1985+).
Robot Mode
Soundblaster Variant:
Ravage with a different sticker was available with Reissue Soundblaster (2005, Japan),
Classics Soundwave (2007), and Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Soundwave (2009).

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available with Rumble (1984) in 1984-1986. This figure was later reissued with Soundblaster (1987, Japan) and a variant version of Buzzsaw (1984) in Japan in 2005. This figure was reissued exclusively at Toys R Us stores with Classics Soundwave (2007) and Laserbeak (1984) in 2007. This figure was later reissued as a San Diego Comic Con/Hasbro Toy Shop exclusive with Buzzsaw (1984), Laserbeak (1984), and Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Soundwave (2009) (2009), and Ratbat (1986) in 2009.

Additional Versions of Ravage: There are many additional versions of Ravage, for more information see our G1 Ravage Toy Table.

Recolors: This mold was recolored into Howlback (2005, Japan), Glit (2006, Japan), and Stripes (2012, Japan).

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

Remolds: This figure was never remolded.
Name Reuses: The name Ravage was modified and reassigned to Battle Ravage (2004-2006), Movie Ravage (2009-2010), Fall of Cybertron Ravage (2013), and Kre-O Ravage (2014).
External Links: Learn more about Ravage at TFWiki.net.