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transformer Scavenger (G1)

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    Let's see what you can see...This article is in need of images.Specifics: toys, fictionThe name or term "Scavenger" refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Scavenger (disambiguation).Scavenger is a Decepticon Constructicon from the Generation 1 continuity family. Pooper-scooper butt action!"C'mon guys, wait up..." You can't help but feel sorry for Scavenger. He wants so badly to be liked and needed, to feel like a useful and valuable member of his team. His self-esteem is so low he'd do just about anything to get the approval of the others, but his simpering, doting eagerness to please just reinforces the other Decepticons' opinion of him as a worthless loser. He's constantly excavating everywhere he goes in the attempt to find something of worth to please everyone and prove his value, but it's invariably just some piece of garbage or scrap he excitedly finds, and that just reinforces their opinion of his worthlessness once again. If it wasn't for his shovel's unique ability to detect needed materials, Megatron and the others would likely have dumped the poor scrub long ago.Scavenger combines with his fellow Constructicons to form Devastator, where he serves the useful function of right arm.Contents1 Fiction1.1 Generation 1 cartoon continuity1.1.1 The Transformers cartoon1.1.2 Japanese cartoon continuity1.1.2.1 Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers manga1.1.2.2 Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers story pages1.1.2.3 The Story of Super Robot Lifeforms: The Transformers1.1.2.4 Scramble City: Mobilization1.1.2.5 The Headmasters cartoon1.1.2.6 Unite Warriors1.1.2.7 Zone OVA, manga, and story pages1.1.3 Wings Universe1.1.4 Ask Vector Prime1.2 Marvel Comics continuity1.2.1 Marvel The Transformers comics1.2.1.1 Movie future timeline1.2.1.2 Earthforce1.2.2 Marvel Generation 2 comic1.2.3 Classics1.3 Sticker Adventures books1.4 Marvel Storybooks continuity1.5 Marvel coloring books1.6 Find Your Fate Junior1.6.1 Autobot Alert!1.6.2 The Invisibility Factor1.7 Frito-Lay posters1.8 Dreamwave Generation One continuity1.9 G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers1.10 The Beast Within1.11 IDW Generation 1 continuity1.12 Transformers vs. G.I. Joe1.13 Transformers: All Spark1.14 Prime Wars Trilogy cartoons1.15 Beast Wars: Uprising2 Commercial appearances3 Games3.1 Transformers Legends3.2 Transformers: Devastation3.3 Transformers: Battle Tactics3.4 Transformers: Frontiers3.5 Transformers: Earth Wars4 Toys4.1 Generation 14.2 Generation 24.3 Universe (2003)4.4 Classics4.5 Encore4.6 Generations4.7 Unite Warriors5 Merchandise5.1 Decoy6 Notes6.1 Foreign names7 References Fiction Generation 1 cartoon continuity The Transformers cartoonVoice actor: Don Messick (English), Takurō Kitagawa (Japanese), Yoku Shioya (Japanese, "Heavy Metal War"), Masashi Ebara ("The Core"), Keiichi Nanba (Japanese, The Movie), Wang Wèi (Chinese), Roberto Alexander (Latin American), Thomas Rauscher (German, The Movie TV Dub), Thomas Albus (German, Generation 2, "Heavy Metal War" and "The Core"), Crock Krumbiegel (German, Generation 2, "The Master Builders")Millions of years ago, the evil Scavenger and the Constructicons built Megatron for the Decepticons. Five Faces of Darkness, Part 4 Out of gratitude, Megatron would later turn the Constructicons evil with his Robo-Smasher device, The Secret of Omega Supreme and eventually built them on Earth. Heavy Metal WarNothing in the preceding statements is confusing. These aren't the droids you're looking for. "This shovel of mine glows with an awesome power!"For their first mission on Earth, the Constructicons raided an experimental power plant for the energy disc components and power converter on-site. The humans were using the components to tap into Earth's magnetic field for an infinite power supply and all the energy they'd ever need. Such a simple-minded (and straightforward) scheme was too unimaginative for the mighty Megatron, however—he had the Constructicons (1) build a strength transfer machine so that he could (2) utilize the powers of his fellow Decepticons to (3) best Optimus Prime in personal combat and (4) force the Autobots into exile in deep space as a matter of honor, which would (5) leave Earth's resources open for plunder by the Decepticons in order to get (6) all the energy they'd eve
     

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