|Function: High Altitude Bomber|
|"Fear is the final gift I give to those I destroy."|
Fearless, powerful and unwilling to show mercy to any that may fall in his path, Dreadwind is an airborne one-robot juggernaut. Assisted by the uncanny skills of his partner, Smokejumper, Dreadwind rains unerringly accurate - and destructive - munitions down on his foes with a fastidious, discriminating passion that one might otherwise expect to find in a collector of rare objects. Dreadwind is constantly in search of new and interesting targets for his munitions, eager to turn his weapons of war into an outlet for his own pathological tendencies. As a rule, Dreadwind considers himself quite the colitis, and is totally unwilling to commit to a new objective until he is absolutely certain his current target is no more. He is well respected by his Decepticon comrades for his sheer power and skill, but in truth many of them would rather bow out of missions with which Dreadwind is directly involved. His zeal for destruction at times outpaces that of even the most ruthless Decepticon warriors.
|Strength: 10||Intelligence: 6|
|Speed: 6||Endurance: 8|
|Rank: 6||Courage: 7|
|Firepower: 10||Skill: 9|
Dreadwind and Smokejumper Images
Dreadwind and Smokejumper Toy Information
|Japanese Name||Dreadwind, Smokejumper|
|Release Date||April 2003 (2003)|
Generation 2 Dreadwing and Smokescreen, Generation 2 Stealth Assualt (Europe), Generation 2 Megatron and Starscream ATB (Unreleased), Beast Wars Second BB, Beast Wars Second Starscream, Robots Masters Smoke Sniper, Robot Masters Gigant Bomb
|Filed Under||RID Decepticons|
|Additional Themes||Dreadwind, Smokejumper|
|Additional Toy Info |
Only available as a Target exclusive.
Sold as a USA Edition in Japan.
Dreadwind and Smokejumper Parts Information
|Plane/Spaceship, Tank/Military Based|
|Additional Part Info |
14 gray missiles, 2 green/gray missile launchers
Dreadwind and Smokejumper Additional Info
Dreadwind and Smokejumper were in Guido Guidi's original artwork for Transformers Armada 12, but were replaced with Armada Wheeljack and Skywarp at the insistence of Hasbro.