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Landquake

Bagged

Decepticon

Function: Warrior/Energon Specialist

 



Modes

Can also form an arm or leg of Nexus Maximus (2008).

 

Parts

Gun
Enegon Chip

 

Tech Spec

"Respect the power you wield and it will serve you well.
Alligiance: Warrior / Energon Specialist
Specialty: Energon refinement; Energon Plasma physics; Energon Structure Dynamics
Weapons: Smoke dispensers, twin heavy-repeater auto shotguns, indepentently targeted EM pulse cannons, jump jets, Energon Plasma Weapon
Unique Quality: Can refine and shape raw Energon in the same manner as an Omnicon

Landquake has served Megatron since the very beginning of the Cybertronian Civil War. As an Energon flow analyst at the Kalis refineries, he had become obsessed with the idea that his destiny held a greater purpose. With the first attacks on Mini-Con settlements, he threw in his lot with Megatron, seeing in the Decepticon cause a means to achieve this greater destiny. Centuries of association with the Decepticons have proven to him that the movement he once believed in is little more than a vehicle for its leader's ego. He undertakes the missions he is assigned with less than total dedication. Preoccupied as he is with self-doubt, and desiring the rigid structure of a real army, he often finds his duties for Megatron almost as boring as his old refinery duties. LAndquake is a terrifying opponent in battle. His EM pulse cannons can scramble the circuits of even hardened targets, and the blast from hi Energon plasma weapon is formidable enough to destroy many small to medium-sized targets at close range. Rocket-assisted leaps and glides can offer a devastating surprise to an unwary enemy. His long exposure to raw Energon has given him Energon refinement and shaping capabilities superior to even the Omnicons. With a sufficient supply of raw Energon, he can create an array of formidable weapons.

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively from the Transformers Collectors Club in 2006.

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

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Energon Kickback (2005) and Blight (2005) and was later colored into Target Revenge of the Fallen/Transformers:Universe Classics 2.0 Brawl (2009), and Movie/Transformers:Universe Classics 2.0 Blast Off (2009).
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.

Name Reuses: The name Landquake was reassigned from Energon Landquake (2004-2007).