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Razorclaw

Bagged

Predacon

Function: Commander

 



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Tech Spec

"All good things do indeed succumb to those who wait!"
At the end of the Third Cybertronian War, the Decepticon army, at long last, was no more. With many Decepticons destroyed or in hiding, Razorclaw came to realize that if the Autobots were to ever be defeated, a new army must carry on the fight. A Predacon Army! In time the "Predacon" empire became the main opposition to the Autobots. They attacked Cybertron with ferocity never before seen. The Predacons appeared to have a chance at achieving what the Decepticons never could...victory! However, just as with the Decepticons, treachery and deceit existed within the Predacon ranks, and the three who would become the Tripredacus Council assassinated Razorclaw...or so it was believed. Now, many stellar cycles after the reformatting of Cybertron, the Predacons have returned, with Razorclaw once again leading the army. What happened and how he returned is a mystery. What is known is that he is stronger and more determined than ever, and he will do what is needed to take back Cybertron and destroy every last Maximal!
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Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2009 with Botcon 2009 Elita-1 (2009) in 2009.

Additional Versions of Razorclaw:

Razorclaw
(1986)
Recolors: This mold was never recolored.
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Leobreaker (2005), Nemesis Breaker (2006), and Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Leo Prime (2009) and was later colored into Target Leo Prime (2009).

Name Reuses: The name Razorclaw was reassigned to Beast Wars Razorclaw (1997-1998), Beast Mutant Razor Claw (2000), Transformers: Universe Razorclaw (2003), Cybertron Razorclaw (2005), and Kre-O Razorclaw (2013).