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Wheeljack

Carded

Autobot

Function:




 

Modes

 

Parts

Disc

Falcon Spear

 

Tech Spec

This tough-as-nails outer space adventurer is newly equipped with enhanced beast-hunting gear!

Tales of the Beast Hunters - Chapter 4

Wheeljack is willing to admit that he didn't think much of the idea that some kind of ancient Cybertronian arsenal was hidden in this solar system's asteroid belt. But now that the pitted, timeworn hulk of what is obviously a very old starship fills his view screen, he's got to say he's impressed. What's more, his sensors detect vast reserves of power in the old ship's hold. When he and Bumblebee go aboard, neither of them is surprised when they find dozens of crates filled with strange weapons. Unfortunately, they are surprised when they turn to begin loading their ship, only to find Megatron and Predaking blocking their way.

Falcon Spear:

- Molecule-thin edge can cut through almost anything.
- Absorbs energy from enemy weapons, the fires a disc-shaped energy pulse.
- Boosters in the shaft allow Wheeljack to make rocket-assisted jumps.

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

 

Variations

Go!
Wheeljack:

(2013, Japan)

Robot Mode

Vehicle Mode

Attack Mode

Spear
Disc

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available in 2013.

Additional Versions of Wheeljack:

Prime
Wheeljack

(2012)

Prime
Cyberverse
Legion
Wheeljack

(2012)

Recolors: This mold was never recolored.
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Prime Wheeljack (2012), Prime Dead End (2012), and Dark Energon Wheeljack (2012) and was later molded into Arms Micron Stunt Wildrider (2013, Japan) and Transformers Collectors' Club Figure Subscription Service v2.0 Chromedome (2014).

Name Reuses: The name Wheeljack was reassigned from Wheeljack (1984-2016), Armada Wheeljack (2003), and Dark of the Moon Wheeljack (2011, Asia) and was later reassigned to Kre-O Wheeljack (2012-2014) and Construct-Bots Wheeljack (2013). The name Wheeljack was reassigned in Japan to Energon Downshift (2004).