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Transformers: Generation 1

Sub-group Deluxe Vehicles, Protectobots
Function Interceptor
Rank 5
Partner Blades, First Aid, Groove, Hot Spot and Spark
Motto "You have to know where you are before you know what to do."
Alternate Modes Police modified Nissan 300ZX, Cybertronian car
Series Transformers: Generation 1
Transformers: Timelines
English voice actor Peter Cullen

Nothing escapes his notice... amazing capacity to adapt to understand his environment. Clever and determined—nothing deters him from seeking his prey—except an empty fuel tank. As car, has powerful double-mounted air-compressor cannon with 50 mile range; as robot uses blinding photon pistol. With fellow Protectobots forms "Defensor". Sometimes overheats as car.

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