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Rodimus

Bagged

Autobot

Function: Warrior




 

Modes

 

Parts

Launcher
Missile

 

Tech Spec

"To the victor go the profits."

Rodimus was once a mercenary who commanded a team of fellow mercenaries known as "The Wreckers". They plundered resources across Cybertron and preyed upon the weak. While Rodimus always believed in Optimus Prime's vision of conquest, he did not want to be a follower. During the battle of Praxus-Delta, Optimus Prime hired Rodimus' team to bolster his own forces. In the battle, the Decepticons managed to destroy every member of the Wreckers except for Rodimus. Despite the heavy losses, Rodimus wanted to fulfill his contract with Optimus, so he fought on. As a result, the Autobots were able to retreat that day without further casualties. Optimus Prime was impressed with Rodimus' fighting ability and asked him to join the Autobots. Rodimus agreed. He is determined to eventually take leadership for himself and turn the Autobot forces into the largest mercenary group the galaxy has ever seen!

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

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2008 with Botcon 2008 Shattered Glass Megatron (2008) and Botcon 2008 Shattered Glass Divebomb (2008) in 2008.

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

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Classics Rodimus (2006) and was later colored into Gentei Wildrider (2008, Japan), Challenge at Cybertron Rodimus (2010, Asia), Reveal the Shield Rodimus (2011), E-Hobby United Hot Rod (2011, Japan), Transformers Collectors' Club Side Burn (2011), and Platinum Edition Autobot Hot Rod (2016).
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.

Name Reuses: The name Rodimus was reassigned to Black Rodimus (2001, Japan), Energon Rodimus (2004-2006), Dark of the Moon Rodimus (2011), Kre-O Rodimus (2014), and Hero Mashers Rodimus (2014).

The name was later modified and reassigned to Rodimus Minor (2010).