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Windrazor

Boxed

Autobot

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Modes

 

Parts

This figure came with no accessories.

 

Tech Spec

The small brethren of the Autobots and the Decepticons fled Cybertron long ago, in search of refuge from the never-ending war. The Mini-Con robots are living power batteries that larger robots use to enhance their already formidable weapons and abilities. Many Mini-Con teams were broken apart or destroyed utterly by the greed of the Decepticons, or the desperation of the Autobots. Now, only a few intact teams are left to roam the universe, living in peace and isolation from other Transformers.

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at K-Mart stores with Transformers: Universe 2.0 Ransack (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Stockade (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Overcharge (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Sky Shadow (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Scavenger (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Longview (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Snow Cat (2009), Transformers: Universe 2.0 Treadshot (2009), and Transformers: Universe 2.0 Crosshairs (2009), in 2009

Additional Versions of Windrazor: There are no additional versions of this figure.

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Classics Swoop (2006) and Reptix (2007, Japan) and was later colored into Dark of the Moon Rav / Evolution Strafe (2011/2014) and Paulie (2014, Japan).
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.
Name Reuses: The name Windrazor was reassigned from Windrazor (1993), Botcon 1999 Windrazor (1999), Energon Windrazor (2005), and Micron Booster Windrazor (2007, Japan) and was later reassigned to Beast Hunters Windrazor (2013-2014) and Kre-O Windrazor (2013).