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Wreck-Gar

Bagged

Autobot

Function: Junkion Leader




 

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Tech Spec

"Oh, we have such sights to show you..."
A hastilly assembled mass of scrap metal and spare parts, Wreck-Gar was experiment, one in which his creators provided him with the ability to clone himself at will, using the bodies of fallen robots as raw material. What they did not count on was his ability to take this power and use it on living machines! Taking a sadistic pleasure in giving the "gift" of his own image to other robots, he gained a following of Cybertronians, who had lost hope and were seeking an escape from the misery of the Autobot / Decepticon conflict. In time, after both Autobots and Decepticons fell victim to Wreck-Gar's hive, the factions had no choice but to work together to destroy his Junkions and imprison him on Paradron. When Ultra Magnus began his campaign, he freed Wreck-Gar from his cell and offered him a place in his personal army, which he accepted. Aside from his own Energon Axe weapon and cerebral inhibitor blaster, Wreck-Gar has full control over any Junkion warrior he creates. His overconfidence is his greatest weakness.
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Fireblast
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6
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9

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2012 with Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Junkheap (2012) and Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Scrap Iron (2012) in 2012.

Additional Versions of Wreck-Gar:

Wreck-Gar
(1986)
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Reveal the Shield Wreck-Gar (2011) and was later colored into Platinum Edition Wreck-Gar (2016).
Remolds: This figure was remolded into Scrapheap (2011, Japan), Junkheap (2011), Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Junkheap (2012), Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Scrap Iron (2012), Transformers Collectors' Club Subscription Service v3.0 Predacon Tarantulas (2015), and Platinum Edition Junkion Scrapheap (2016).

Name Reuses: The name Wreck-Gar was reassigned to Animated Wreck-Gar (2009).