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Scavenger


Predacon

Function: Infantry Commander




 

Modes

 

Parts

This figure came with no accessories.

 

Tech Spec

A quantum surge has rocked the world of the Transformers, and now the evil infantry commander, Scavenger, has become a meched-out fire ant with awesome drilling power. Two spinning augers drill into the earth while bladed wheels thrust him forward, providing a perfect method of ambush attack and reconnaissance. One of the Maximal's most dangerous enemies Scavenger's goal is to make every Maximal unable to set foot outside without thinking twice about what might suddenly burst from underground.

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

 

Variations

Name Printing Variant:
Leg Printing
(Early versions)
Shell Printing
(Subsequent versions)
Metals Inferno: In Japan, the tampographed name "Scavenger" was replaced
with "Destron," however, the rest of the toy is identical to the Scavenger release.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available in 1998. Metals Inferno was available individually or with Metals Depth Charge (1999, Japan) in Japan in 1999.

Additional Versions of Scavenger: There are no additional versions of Scavenger.

Additional Versions of Inferno:
Recolors: This mold was never recolored.
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.

Name Reuses: The name Scavenger was reassigned from Scavenger (1985-2015) and was later reassigned to Beast Machines Scavenger (2000), Robots In Disguise Scavenger (2002), Armada Scavenger (2002), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Scavenger (2009), Movie Scavenger (2009-2010), and Kre-O Scavenger (2012-2013).

The name Inferno was reassigned from the Inferno (1985-2010) and was later reassigned to Armada Inferno (2003-2004), Energon Inferno (2004), Movie Inferno (2008), and Kre-O Inferno (2013-2015).