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Stepper

 

Autobot

Function: The Loose Cannon




 

Modes

 

Parts

Nebulon
Large Gun
Left Speaker
Right Speaker

 

Tech Spec

"Just who do you think you're talking to? No, really. I'm confused."

Stability has never really been the defining factor of Stepper's existence, nor his mind. When his former teammate Ricochet developed the coveted 'Targetmaster' technology, the envious Stepper created his own spark-less, processor-less Targetmaster that he dubbed "Nebulon". Essentially just a remotely controlled puppet, Stepper was a talented-enough ventriloquist to convince everyone that Nebulon was a real, living bot. At times, he even convinced himself.

Stepper, then partnered with the slightly unhinged Drift, was assigned the task of hunting down any intruders from neighboring universal streams. During a confrontation with a team of "Gobots", Nebulon was destroyed. The resulting explosion opened a rift in reality, which sent Stepper spiraling into the Axiom Nexus, where he currently resides.

Irony struck when Stepper met his newest partner, an actual, living Nebulon. This 'new' Nebulon has helped bolster the confidence of Stepper through positive reinforcement and more than a little bit of manipulation. Nebulon is the new puppet master, and his less-than-legal ambitions are becoming reality through his loyal marionette, Stepper.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Firepower
Skill
5
6
9
5
4
5
7
6

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2015 with Botcon 2015 Packrat (2015), Botcon 2015 Megatron (2015), Botcon 2015 Scalpel (2015), Botcon 2015 Boombox (2015), Botcon 2015 Heavyweight (2015), Botcon 2015 Oilmaster (2015), and Botcon 2015 Battletrap (2015) in 2015.

Additional Versions of Stepper:

Stepper
(1987, Japan)
Robot Heroes
Ricochet

(2009, Europe)
United
Stepper
(2011, Japan)

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Reveal the Shield Special Ops. Autobot Jazz (2011), United Stepper (2011, Japan) and Generations Ultimate Gift Set Autobot Jazz (2012).

Nebulon was recolored from Transformers: Universe v2.0 Nightstick (2009), Gentei Rocketbot (2009, Japan), Challenge at Cybertron Nightstick (2010, Asia), Transformers Collectors' Club Shattered Glass Krunix (2010), Reveal the Shield Nightstick (2011), E-Hobby United Nightstick (2011, Japan), United Nightstick (2012, Japan), Vector Oracle (2012, Japan), and Botcon 2014 Tornado (2014).

Remolds: This figure was remolded into Botcon 2012 Shattered Glass Treadshot (2012), Botcon 2012 Kick-Over (2012), and Generations Wheelie (2012).

Name Reuses: The name Stepper was never reassigned.