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Thrust

Carded

Decepticon

Function:

 



Modes

 

Parts

Missile (x2)
Engine (x2)
Launchers (L and R)

 

Tech Spec

Thrust was great to have around during the early days of the war, when the Decepticons won victory after victory. His thundering engines and shouted threats terrified the few Autobots that stood against them. It wasn't until later, when the Autobots got organized enough to put up a real fight, that Thrust began screaming like an alpha unit and fleeing at the first sign of danger.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
6
3
9
8
6
1
7
7

 

Variations

Gentei
Thrust:

(2009, Japan)
Robot Mode Vehicle Mode Attack Mode

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available in 2010.

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

Recolors: This mold was recolored into Seekers: Elites Thrust (2013, Japan).

Remolds: This figure was remolded from Classics Starscream (2006), Classics Skywarp (2006), Botcon 2007 Thundercracker (2007), Classics Ramjet (2007), Botcon 2007 Dirge (2007), Botcon 2007 Thrust (2007), Acid Storm (2008), Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 Starscream (2009), Henkei Ghost Starscream (2009, Japan), Generations Thundercracker (2011), Botcon 2011 Shattered Glass Thundercracker (2011), Transformers Collectors' Club Ramjet (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), and was later remolded into Generations Dirge (2010), Seekers: Elites Dirge (2013, Japan), Seekers: Elites Ramjet (2013, Japan), and Nacelle (2015).

Name Reuses: The name Thrust was reassigned to Beast Wars Second Thrust (1998), Beast Machines Thrust (2000-2005), Armada Thrust (2003), Cybertron Thrust (2006), Movie Thrust (2009-2010), and Kre-O Thrust (2013-2015).