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Thundercracker

Bagged

Decepticon

Function: Vigilante Adventurer

 



Modes

 

Parts

Missile (x2)
Launchers (L and R)

 

Tech Spec

"Nothing to fear here! It'll all be okay..."
A founding member of Colonel Deathsaurus' Mayhem Suppression Squad, Thundercracker abandoned his civilian post to oppose the Autobots as a resistance fighter. Jovial and friendly, he is the squad's "morale mechanism". He pities anything that cannot fly, though he uses mango-clamps to take friends flying whether they like it or not. He can create 50-meter wide zones of pure silence but prefers to fight using his cryonic blaster and drone rockets. Recently, during a routine surveillance mission, Thundercracker picked up a signal coming from the prison at Paradron. He couldn't be sure, but could it be that some type of jailbreak was in progress?
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
7
8
10
7
7
10
7
10

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2011 with Botcon 2011 Shattered Glass Galvatron (2011) in 2011.

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

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

The name Thundercracker has been reassigned many times, please see our Thundercracker Disambiguation page.