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Kick-Over

Bagged

Autobot

Function: Security Expert




 

Modes

 

Parts

Gun
Speakers (L and R)

 

Tech Spec

"I want to show them what a good student I was."
Kick-Over's combat training was earned in an unconventional manner. As a prisoner held by the Decepticons at Polyhex, Kick-Over was forced to fight his fellow Autobot prisoners in the gladiatorial arena fondly referred to as "The Greasepit" by his captors. There he gained in-depth knowledge and experience through intense hand-to-hand combat; it was learn fast or be terminated. When a power struggle arose among the Decepticon rulers at Darkmount, Kick-Over used the distraction to lead his fellow prisoners to freedom. His experiences in the gladiatorial pit have never left his processors, as even now he overheats when he thinks of pursuing his revenge against his jailers. His distrust of Decepticons extends to anyone wearing the emblem, regardless of their universe of origin. Amplifiers on his back combine with his sonic blaster to create deadly vibrations capable of shaking apart the molecular bonds of solid matter.
Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
9
6
3
9
6
9
6
8

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2012 with Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Optimus Prime (2012) in 2012.

Additional Versions of Kick-Over:

Kick-Off
(1990)
Recolors: This mold was never recolored.
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Reveal the Shield Special Ops. Autobot Jazz (2011), United Stepper (2011, Japan), Generations Ultimate Gift Set Autobot Jazz (2012), and Botcon 2015 Stepper (2015), and was also molded into Generations Wheelie (2012) and Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Treadshot (2012).
Name Reuses: The name Kick-Over was never reassigned.