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Ravage


Predacon

Function:

 



Modes

Can also form an arm or leg of Botcon 2016 Predacus (2016).

 

Parts

Sword
Hand / Foot / Gun

 

Tech Spec

"I have seen so much, yet I am never seen myself."

If there is one thing Ravage brings to the table that the Tripredacus Council needs, it is his many millennia of work within the Decepticon ranks. What he has seen, what he knows, and most importantly what information and knowledge he can contribute to the cause is a great asset to the Council and their universal goals. His reformating is rumored to be their doing and it has freed him of the limited functionality he had when once part of the Decepticon army.

Now with many years of training, he brings a whole new level of stealth to his repertoire that greatly outmatches the already superior abilities he possessed. Optical cloaking, flawless line of sight attack abilities, and a sharp mind are just some of his traits. Ravage carries a blade fashioned from G-Metal, though while outdated by current standards, he keeps as a reminder of his extensive training with his new body. One day he might abandon it for something a little more laser guided if the weapon of choice presents itself.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Fireblast
Skill
6
8
7
5
8
8
7
10

 

Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Botcon 2016 with Botcon 2016 General Ramhorn (2016), Botcon 2016 Predacon Tarantulas (2016), Botcon 2016 General Cicadacon (2016), and Botcon 2016 General Sea Clamp (2016) in 2016.

Additional Versions of Ravage: There are many additional versions of Ravage, for more information see our G1 Ravage Toy Table.

Recolors: This mold was recolored into Botcon 2016 Tigatron (2016).

Remolds: This figure was remolded from Combiner Wars Breakdown (2015), Combiner Wars Sunstreaker (2015), Combiner Wars Wheeljack (2016), Combiner Wars Generation 2 Breakdown (2016), Jumpstream (2016), and Unite Warriors Lightspeed (2016, Japan).
Name Reuses: The name Ravage was modified and reassigned to Battle Ravage (2004-2006), Movie Ravage (2009-2010), Fall of Cybertron Ravage (2013), and Kre-O Ravage (2014).