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Dread Pirate Crew
(Wingspan Clone)

Bagged

Star Seeker

Function: Buccaneers

 



Modes

 

Parts

This figure came with no accessories.

 

Also included with Dread Pirate Crew (Wingspan Clone):

Unnamed Arms Micron:

 

Tech Spec

"Dead bots tell no takes, so leave one standing..."

The Dread Pirate Crew are model warriors, in that they are mass-produced troopers designed from the stolen Decepticon blueprints of Pounce and Wingspan. This allows the troopers to be separated into two distinct, yet nearly identical, "twin" forces: one to swarm the land, and the other to conquer the skies. Since Pirate Cannonball already considers himself master of the seas, these troops allow him dominance over every environment.

The Dread Pirate Crew can be an overwhelming foe when confronted in large numbers. The Star Seekers tend to use the land-based troopers as stormtroopers to overwhelm anyone who opposes them or happens to have any treasure worth pillaging. The air-based troopers are ideal for airborne reconnaissance or for sending death from above when a cloud of these merciless ‘bots circle overhead and devastate their prey. The robots possess minimal intelligence other than battle tactics and brawling, but their simple processors allow no room for fear or mercy. Like in any game of chess, even the pawns can be deadly, if played cleverly.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
7
7
7
7
1
7
7
7

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2014 with Botcon 2014 Dread Pirate Crew (Pounce Clone) (2014) in 2014.

Additional Versions of Dread Pirate Crew:

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Arms Micron Jet Vehicon (2012, Japan) and Arms Micron Jet Vehicon General (2012, Japan).

The unnamed Arms Micron figure was recolored from Igu (2012, Japan) and Igu S. (2013, Japan) and was also included with Botcon 2014 Dread Pirate Crew (Pounce Clone) (2014).

Remolds: This figure was remolded from Prime Vehicon (2012) and Botcon 2014 Dread Pirate Crew (Pounce Clone) (2014).

Name Reuses: The name Dread Pirate Crew (Wingspan Clone) was never reassigned.

The name Wingspan is modified and reassigned from Wingspan (1987) and was later modified and reassigned to Wingspan Hawk (2014).