Transformers: Generation 2
|Sub-group||Mirco Changers, Watches|
|Partner||Scorpia, Ultra Magnus, Galvatron, and Superion|
|Alternate Modes||Human wristwatch/Time machine|
|Series||Transformers: Generation 2|
The Generation 2 line featured a character named Autobot who transforms from a human wristwatch/"time machine" to a humanoid robot. Autobot originated in the 1983 Microman Micro Change line as MC-06 Watch Robo, where he was available in four different colors. In 1993, he was released directly by Takara in North America as part of Transformers: Generation 2, alongside Scorpia and the wristwatches of Superion, Galvatron, and Ultra Magnus.
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