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Rampage

Carded
Boxed (Sam's Club)

Decepticon

Function:

 



Modes

 

Parts

This figure came with no accessories.

 

Tech Spec

The stink of diesel fumes and hot tar follows Rampage wherever he goes. His treads are packed with metal shards stripped from his victims and the countless scratches covering his chassis are testament to hundreds of brutal battles. He lives to pound his enemies into submission and thinks of little else. His idea of beauty is the sun glinting off the raw edges of shredded Autobot armor.
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
9
3
4
9
2
8
4
4

 

Tech Spec (Sam's Club)

As two of the newest Autobot recruits on Earth close in on their hiding place, a pair of Decepticons burst from cover, determined to blast their way to freedom. The peaceful air is shattered by the sudden violence of missiles exploding in the air and lasers crackling across armor. Though Breakaway gives the Autobots superiority in the air, the raw strength of Rampage makes him more than up to the challenge of the flying ace. Meanwhile, Longarm and Sideways race through the streets, each trying to score the hit that wins the battle.
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
9
3
4
9
2
8
4
4

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available in 2009. Additionally, this figure was repackaged exclusively at Sam's Club Stores with Sam's Club Sideways (2009), Revenge of the Fallen Longarm (2009), and Movie Breakaway (2009) in 2009.

Additional Versions of Rampage:

Desert Attack
Rampage
(2009, Japan)
Desert Combat
Rampage
(2010, Japan)
Recolors: This mold was recolored into N.E.S.T. Rampage (2010) and Desert Combat Rampage (2010, Japan).
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.

Name Reuses: The name Rampage was reassigned from Rampage (1986-2013), Beast Wars Rampage (1998-2014) and Micron Legend Rampage (2003, Japan) and was later reassigned to Kre-O Rampage (2013).