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Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Movor
Decepticon
Information
Sub-group Commandos
Function Satellite Staff Officer
Rank 7
Alternate Modes Space Shuttle
Series Car Robots
Transformers: Robots in Disguise
Transformers: Universe
Voiced by Robert Axelrod

Movor transforms into a combat space-shuttle, and is capable of achieving planetary orbit under his own power. He carries detection equipment so he can search for Autobots from orbit, and is equipped with a powerful, long-range x-ray laser that allows him to attack them from that distance. At one point he fired twice on Scourage. He is somewhat pompous about his abilities, something which irritates his teammates. Movor has excellent heat-resistance. He combines with his fellow Combiners to form the giant robot Ruination.

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