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Ramjet


Decepticon

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Parts

This figure came with no accessories.

 

Tech Spec

One of the very few Mini-Con robots capable of long-distance spaceflight, Ramjet was recruited early on by Thrust. Relatively unarmed, he's more of a conman than a warrior; before Thurst began his rebellion against the Mini-Con Council of Sages he offered bargain tours of the Mini-Con colonies on the moons of Cybertron, often leaving tourists stranded in remote areas. Now, he charges extraordinary fees to robots desperate to escape the black hole only to dump them on the Terrorcon infested surface of Cybertron, or worse, into the black hole itself!

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
6
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9
9
5
4
6
9.5

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available with Scythe (2006) in 2006.

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

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Energon Skyboom (2004) and Lens (2004, Japan).

Remolds: This figure was remolded from Armada Sonar (2002), CD Shuttler (2003, Japan), X-Dimension Shuttler (2003, Japan), Air Assault Sonar (2003), Micron Booster Shuttler (2003, Japan), and Shade (2003, Japan), also, ths mold used to create Change Micron Shuttler (2003, Japan) was based off of this one.

Name Reuses: The name Ramjet was reassigned from Ramjet (1985-2016), Armada Ramjet (2003-2004), and Universe Ramjet (2004-2016), and was later reassigned to Movie Ramjet (2008-2009) and Kre-O Ramjet (2013-2015). Ramjet likes toast!