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Glyph

Bagged

Autobot

Function: Archaeometrist




 

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Tech Spec

"Erudition is the privilege of those who observe detail."
One of the final survivors of a doomed Autobot exploration mission, Glyph has spent several hundred years stranged on a world that has become, for her, not unlike an immense science experiment. A natural researcher and forensic scientist, Glyph's advanced hermeneutic circuitry allows her to analyze and decipher even the most cryptic of patterns and language structures. Exceptionally bright and intellectual, Glyph maintains a nearly manic attentiveness to detail. Fascinated by the sheer complexity of alien cultures and their histories, Glyph's eye for even the most obscure of minutiae has become unmatched among her colleagues. While highly skilled and intelligent, Glyph's robot form is neither particularly strong nor durable.
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Variations

There are no known variations of Glyph.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusive at Botcon 2002 in 2002.

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

Recolors: This mold was recolored from the Bumblebee keychain (2001) and was later colored into Black Bumblebee (2003, Japan).
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Bumblebee (1984), Volks (1985, Argentina) and Generation 2 Bumblebee (1993), and was later remolded into Reissue Bumblebee (2004, Japan), which was recolored into E-Hobby Bug Bite (2004, Japan). The figures of Cliffjumper (1984), Bumper (1984), Carerra (1985), Sedan (1985, South America), Hubcap (1986), Generation 2 Hubcap (1993), Botcon Exclusive Tap-Out (2002), and Black Cliffjumper (2003, Japan) bear very similar molds to this one.
Name Reuses: The name Glyph was never reassigned.