|"Let my enemies MELT... and my allies can keep their distance."
In order to survive the rigours of combat, a soldier must often adapt to his environment. When the malevolent SHOCKWAVE appeared in the Savage Land, five Jurassic warriors were created to put a halt to his destructive actions.
SLAG was no genius, but he was aware of SHOCKWAVE's power, particularly that of his ionic laser rifle. After a rudimentary geological analysis, SLAG clad his synthesized Triceratops serratus exoskeleton in metallic copper, which oxidized into a green shell. One by one, SHOCKWAVE hunted them through the Savage Land and each of SLAG’s Dinobot brothers fell into pools of bubbling black tar. Brute strength allowed him to throw boulders and raze maple trees, creating obstacles as SHOCKWAVE gave chase. It would have been impossible to outrun him if SLAG had not been camouflaged by his enhanced armour, thus SLAG eluded his Decepticon assailant until he managed to mount an attack.
With his commander's crimson energo-sword clutched firmly in hand, and his ferocity heightened by his new resolve, SLAG launched an onslaught that would leave most Decepticons with a century worth of nightmares. As SHOCKWAVE approached, an enraged SLAG exhausted his remaining energon with a superheated ceramic particle firespin of 3000 °C. The earth beneath them broke away, and SHOCKWAVE barely survived the blaze by crawling into the temperature-absorbing tarpits. Detecting imminent stasis lock, SLAG let himself fall into the tarpit tomb.
SLAG always felt he had no need for friends, even less for enemies. But in that one cataclysmic confrontation, he learned the value of his comrades. As the brush was burning, and they sank into the viscous dark liquid, SLAG smiled, knowing that he would awake with one less adversary.
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G2 Flamethrower (TFcon 2007 exclusive) Toy Information
|April 2007 (2007)
|TFcon, TFcon exclusive, WST
G2 Flamethrower (TFcon 2007 exclusive) Parts Information
G2 Flamethrower (TFcon 2007 exclusive) Additional Info
This toy was sold via TFsource.com for non-attendees of TFcon 2007.