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Tap-Out

Bagged

Autobot

Function: Bodyguard




 

Modes

 

Parts

Chain

 

Tech Spec

"Never quit."
A former prisoner of the Decepticons in the infamous grease pits of Polyhex, Tap-Out is one of the most durable and effective hand-to- hand combatants in the Autobot ranks. Extremely agile and physically resilient. Tortured by his tragic past and his harsh treatment at the hands of the Decepticon, Tap-Out has devoted himself to the protection of all innocent life. Though he covers his internal anguish with a cheery and optimistic demeanor, TapOut maintains an almost religious devotion to the individuals he protects. Extremely brave, Tap-Out's tendency to act first and ask questions later borders on recklessness, and often lands him in needlessly dangerous situations.
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill

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9

 

Variations

There are no known variations of Tap-Out.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively to pre-registrants of Botcon 2002.

Additional Versions of Tap-Out: There are no additional versions of Tap-Out.

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