For most of his life, Runamuck served as a spy and courier for Megatron, carrying messages to Decepticon warriors behind enemy lines. Since his leader's disappearance, though, Runamuck has been pretty bored. Too many Autobots around meant he couldn't get away with much. But now, with the Autobots forced into hiding on Earth, he's having the time of his life tormenting them by striking at vulenerable targets in front of a lot of human witnesses, where the Autobots can't counterattack.
|Strength: 6||Intelligence: 7|
|Speed: 8||Endurance: 8|
|Rank: 6||Courage: 6|
|Firepower: 8||Skill: 8|
Runamuck Toy Information
|Release Date||October 2005 (2005)|
|Wave||Cybertron Deluxe Wave 3.5|
|Filed Under||Cybertron Decepticons|
|Additional Toy Info |
Figure includes a cyber planet key and planet map.
Runamuck Parts Information
|Additional Part Info |
Runamuck Additional Info
Earth Planet Key #dw3e.
Unlocked information from www.transformers.com:
Similar to the Transformers: Cybertron toy Blurr, Runamuck is a throw-back design to a Transformer character from Generation One. Runamuck, back when he was introduced in 1986, was known as a Battle Charger. His original toy had a pull-back motor feature that when activated, would send his vehicle mode scooting across a flat surface. When he was transformed into robot mode, he could also roll across a floor by pulling back on his wheels. He had a near-identical Battle Charger partner named Runabout too and in the old Transformer comics, these two were hooligans and trouble makers— going so far as to spray paint graffiti on the Statue of Liberty!