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Thundercracker

Boxed

Decepticon

Function: Air Commander

 



Modes

 

Parts

Launchers (L and R)
Missile (x2)

 

Tech Spec

"The ringing in your ears is the sound of your own destruction."

After being brought back on line by Megatron, Thundercracker just could not fathom serving alongside Starscream, the Decepticon who was the cause of his de-activation. Though he would have been as happy to retire from the war altogether, Thundercracker decided to join Dirge and Thrust under the command of Bludgeon. Despite his utter hatred for Starscream, he often finds himself longing for the days when he was by both Screamer's and Skywarp's side, raining fury down on the Autobots.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Firepower
Skill
7
7
9
7
6
8
7
7

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2007 with Botcon 2007 Thrust (2007), Botcon 2007 Bug Bite (2007), Botcon 2007 Dreadwind (2007) and Botcon 2007 Dirge (2007) in 2007.

Additional Versions of Thundercracker: There are many additional versions of Thundercracker, for more information see our G1 Thundercracker Toy Table.

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Classics Starscream (2006) and Classics Skywarp (2006), and was later colored into Acid Storm (2008), Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Starscream (2009), Henkei Ghost Starscream (2009, Japan), Generations Thundercracker (2011), Botcon 2011 Shattered Glass Thundercracker (2011), Botcon 2013 Bitstream (2013), Botcon 2013 Hotlink (2013), Botcon 2013 Sunstorm (2013), Seekers: Aces Starscream (2013, Japan), Seekers: Aces Skywarp (2013, Japan), Seekers: Aces Thundercracker (2013, Japan), and Transformers Collectors' Club Subscription Service v3.0 G2 Starscream (2015).
Remolds: This figure was remolded into Classics Ramjet (2007), Botcon 2007 Dirge (2007), Botcon 2007 Thrust (2007), Generations Thrust (2010), Generations Dirge (2010), Transformers Collectors' Club Ramjet (2011), Seekers: Elites Dirge (2013, Japan), Seekers: Elites Ramjet (2013, Japan), Seekers: Elites Thrust (2013, Japan), and Nacelle (2015).

The name Thundercracker has been reassigned many times, please see our Thundercracker Disambiguation page.