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    This article is a featured article, and considered to be one of the most informative on this wiki.The name or term "Skywarp" refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Skywarp (disambiguation).MainMarvel comicG1 cartoonIDW G1 comicsToys & MerchandiseSkywarp is a Decepticon from the Generation 1 continuity family. Skywarp, Decepticon Stair-Pusher-DownerTeleportation is a dangerous tool in the hands of a capable adversary. Thankfully for the Autobots, Skywarp is the only Decepticon known to possess that ability. Skywarp's not terribly bright, to the point where he's practically worthless as a warrior without direct and constant supervision. Left on his own, he's much, much more likely to use his amazing teleportation power to pull off really immature pranks on anyone closeby, be it enemy or "friend". He takes a charmingly puerile angle at thuggery, so his pranks are well-received amongst his Decepticon peers (except the victim, of course). Because, come on, a surprise push down a staircase is hilarious.Don't think. Just do it.Skywarp's life motto, Megatron Origin #4Contents1 Fiction1.1 Marvel Comics continuity1.2 Generation 1 cartoon continuity1.3 Deadly Paradise1.4 Sticker Adventures books1.5 Marvel Storybooks continuity1.6 Marvel coloring books1.7 Big Looker storybooks1.8 Kid Stuff storybooks1.9 Ladybird Books continuity1.10 Listen 'n Fun audiobooks continuity1.11 Listen 'n Play audiobooks continuity1.12 The Battle for Planet Earth1.13 Find Your Fate Junior1.13.1 Dinobots Strike Back1.13.2 Battle Drive1.13.3 Earthquake1.13.4 Decepticon Poison1.13.5 Project Brain Drain1.14 The Official Transformers: Generation 2 Annual1.15 Beast Wars cartoon continuity1.15.1 Beast Wars cartoon1.15.2 3H comics1.16 Dreamwave Generation One continuity1.17 G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers1.18 Transformers/G.I. Joe1.19 Transformers Legends anthology1.20 The Beast Within1.21 Lil Formers1.22 IDW Generation 1 continuity1.23 Hearts of Steel1.24 Q-Robo Transformer1.25 Mini Mayhem!1.26 Henkei! Henkei! pack-in manga1.27 Henkei! Henkei! Transformers -Visualize-1.28 Alternity1.29 Robot Heroes1.30 Kre-O cartoon1.31 Transformers: All Spark1.32 Starscream's New Power1.33 Cloud1.34 Angry Birds comic1.35 Beast Wars: Uprising1.36 TransTech1.37 Transformers: The Ultimate Pop-Up Universe1.38 Q-Transformers: Mystery of Convoy cartoon1.39 Prime Wars Trilogy cartoons2 Commercial appearances3 Games3.1 Adventure Game: Defeat the Decepticons3.2 Transformers: Mystery of Convoy3.3 The Transformers (Commodore 64)3.4 The Transformers (PS2)3.5 3D Battle-Card Game3.6 Transformers G1: Awakening3.7 Bot Shots Battle Game!3.8 Transformers Legends3.9 Transformers: Battle Tactics3.10 Transformers: Devastation3.11 Transformers: Frontiers3.12 Transformers: Earth Wars4 Toys5 Merchandise6 Notes6.1 Foreign names Fiction Marvel Comics continuityMain article: Skywarp (G1)/Marvel Comics continuity "Hey, kid -- smell my finger."Skywarp was one of Megatron's troops which attacked the Ark and were thus left dormant under Mount St. Hilary for four million years. He served thereafter under both Megatron and Shockwave until he was deactivated by Omega Supreme in battle and placed in stasis by the Autobots. He would then be further damaged by the future Decepticon Galvatron when the Autobots used him as a decoy for Starscream to as a plan to convince Galvatron he was in an alternate timeline.Then, when the Constructicons recovered him (along with various other victims of Omega) and he was reactivated to be one of Ratbat's troops, he didn't last long before being destroyed by the Underbase-powered Starscream.Thereafter, depending on which splinter timeline you follow, he was either:Reactivated by Bludgeon's Decepticons, and then served under Megatron again when the Pretender was killed by his old boss. Generation 2Rebuilt, with his memory restored from old backups, by Megatron and the severed head of Shockwave before briefly falling under the control of Bug Bite. ClassicsverseTurned into a zombie-like puppet by Megatron, until his body was ultimately vaporised by the Autobots. Regeneration One Generation 1 cartoon continuity "Does this planet have stairs? Please tell me it has stairs."Main article: Skywarp (G1)/Generation 1 cartoon continuityPart of Megatron's forces which boarded the Ark, Skywarp was a mainstay in the early years of the Autobot-Decepticon conflict on Earth. In 2005, he was mortally wounded at the Battle of Autobot City. Depending on the timeline you follow, Unicron either recycled Skywarp into Cyclonus or Cyclonus's Armada. Deadly ParadiseSkywarp was stationed on Carob Island, where the Decepticons had set up a mining an construction operation. Using a rare ore from the island, the Decepticons were building duplicate Autobots loyal only to Megatron. When a squad of captured Autobots escaped from their force cages, Skywarp and Starscream attempted to subdue them. Skywarp was defeated by the conjoined efforts of Ratchet and Brawn. Deadly Paradise Sticker Adventures booksSkywarp (or Thundercracker) participated in a Decepticon assault on the Autobots, only to be once more beaten back. Under Megatron’s orders, the Decepticons then lay low for several days, lulling the Autobots into a false sense of security. The Decepticons then stole the entirety of the Autobots’ fuel supply and attacked them once more. But Optimus, having anticipated a trick on the Decepticons’ part, arrived at the battlefield with a new supply of fuel for his troops. After sustaining too much damage, the Decepticons were forced to retreat once again. Revenge of the DecepticonsSkywarp attacked an Autobot construction site that Optimus and his troops were using to fix up a spaceship. Return to Cybertron Marvel Storybooks continuitySkywarp was among Megatron's most vicious fighters on Earth. He came to the defense of Rumble during a battle with Sunstreaker. Battle for Earth Marvel coloring books His hat is the fanciest of all hats.Millions of years ago, Skywarp was one of the Decepticons who battled the Autobots on their home planet of Cybertron, and in outer space. During one such outer space battle, the Decepticons rammed their ship into the Autobots' vessel, and both craft crashed on Earth, where they would lay for four million years until both factions were revived to continue their war on a new world. A Message From Outer SpaceWhen the Decepticons set out on patrol to seek the Autobots, Skywarp searched the skies over Earth's oceans, but had no luck. A report from Laserbeak of a factory building an Autobot army brought Skywarp, Thundercracker and Starscream together for a bombing run, but their bombardment had no effect, as the factory was actually a hologram generate by Mirage to lure the Decepticons into a trap. During the battle that followed, Optimus Prime seized Skywarp and Megatron and hurled them into orbit. Decepticon PatrolSkywarp was probably among the Decepticon Seekers who battled the Autobots over the captive Buster and Sparkplug Witwicky, and was also probably one of the Seekers who subsequently attacked Hoover Dam. The Deadly Fuel Shortage Skywarp took particular joy in the Decepticons' plan to steal gasoline with a molecular transfer device as he surveyed a road's worth of abandoned human vehicles. As the Autobots came rolling to the rescue, Skywarp was first to spot them and alerted his fellow Decepticons, but the battle was lost when the Autobots were able to turn the molecular transfer device on the Decepticonse themselves, draining their energy supplies. Summertime Coloring BookSkywarp might have been among the Decepticons who were duped into abandoning their base by a phoney Martian message sent by Bumblebee. A Message From Outer Space He definitely took part in Megatron's plan to demolish a forest in order to built a Decepticon factory (you could tell by his fancy hat), Forest Rescue Mission and later joined in an attack on what the Decepticons thought was the Autobots' camp, only to find they had been duped by another of Mirage's mirages. Bumblebee's Dangerous MissionI want to tell you about the Transformers!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.The Big Book of Coloring Fun Big Looker storybooks Skywarp tries to blast himself some stairs on the side of the road, so he can push Mirage down them.Skywarp and the Decepticons were the first to awake when the Transformers were reactivated on Earth; he and his fellow jets were seen flying out of the Autobots' ship by Sparkplug and Buster Witwicky. After re-energizing themselves using a nuclear power station, Skywarp and his comrades returned to attack the Ark, only to be ambush by the Autobots themselves, disguised in the form of Earth automobiles. Battle for CybertronWhen the Autobots took part in the Big Car Rally, Skywarp attacked Mirage on a coastal road during the first heat, blasting him with missiles and machine guns. He failed to reckon with Mirage's electro-scrambler, however, which short-circuited his systems and sent him crashing into the ocean. The Great Car Rally Later, Skywarp and several other flight-capable Decepticons all joined in buzzing the Autobots' base in a failed attempt to distract them while the other Decepticons hijacked an oil truck. Decepticon HijackSkywarp sat around with the other Decepticons listening to Megatron rant about his desire to steal energy from a power plant. He was still there a little later when the Insecticons brought in the mind-controlled Grapple to analyze the plant, and took part in the battle that followed when the Autobots arrived to rescue their friend. After the cerebro-shell controlling Grapple was removed, he turned on Megatron, and the Decepticon leader was sent crashing to several of his troops, including Skywarp. Insecticon Attack!Skywarp appears in the illustrations of "Car Show Blow Up", but the text of the book makes it clear he's been mistakenly drawn in place of Starscream. Kid Stuff storybooksSkywarp was among the Decepticons who attacked the travelling Dinobots in an attempt to learn the location of their subterranean Arctic recovery base and the oil supply it held. Jaws of Terror Later, he and the other jets took part in a series of hit-and-run attacks on Autobot superjet forces around the Pacific Rim to draw attention away from their operations on the island of Buru. Slaves of the Insecticons Ladybird Books continuity I warned you about stairs, bro! I told you, dog!Skywarp was among the Decepticons who went to stop Starscream and Rumble destroying a mysterious Autobot invention because Megatron believed the Decepticons could harness it. Unfortunately it turned out to be a lightning collector which unleashed a burst of energy, knocking them all flat. When Skywarp tried to get up, instead he spontaneously transformed halfway and got stuck. With the other Decepticons suffering malfunctions as well, they all swiftly retreated. Autobots' Lightning StrikeAs Laserbeak was sent out to learn more about the strange creatures inhabiting the world the Decepticons were on, Skywarp was among those who monitored the transmissions he sent back. When the transmissions abruptly ceased, Skywarp wondered if the humans had destroyed Laserbeak, but Starscream scoffed at the suggestion. Laserbeak's Fury Listen 'n Fun audiobooks continuity Skywarp's arms demonstrate why toy-accuracy can be a horrible, horrible mistake.Voice actor: ??? (English)Under Starscream's leadership, Thundercracker and Skywarp attacked a solar plant although Skywarp, for once the voice of reason, pointed out that Megatron had ordered them not to damage the solar reactor. After Starscream was damaged by Optimus Prime and Megatron furiously ordered them to withdraw lest they damage the reactor, the trio retreated. Rendezvousing with Megatron's forces, Skywarp admitted they'd used "poor judgement" in following Starscream's orders. Megatron let him and Thundercracker take part in the subsequent attack on the solar plant anyway. Sun Raid (Listen 'n Fun) Listen 'n Play audiobooks continuitySkywarp was part of Starscream's squad which went to Phoenix International to abduct airline passengers, only to find the place deserted. The squad headed for the warehouse where all the hostages were being held, only to find that the Autobots were already there, and the trio were swiftly beaten into a retreat. Sun Raid (Listen 'n Play) The Battle for Planet EarthVoice actor: Peter Marinker (English)When Laserbeak reported that a group of Autobots were in South America, Skywarp's first instinct was to go destroy them. He got his wish, as he was part of Megatron's team that followed the Autobots there, but the Decepticons were caught in the eruption of Mount Sheelah and trapped by lava. Terror of Mount Sheelah After helping kidnap some humans for use as slave labor, Skywarp was sent out on guard duty and managed to carelessly let Bumblebee into the base. Disgruntled, he returned to complain to Megatron about having to stand guard, and inadvertently let Bumblebee out again. After failing to track down the Autobot, he faced disciplinary action, which probably only got worse when they discovered that Bumblebee had stolen the global crystal. Bumblebee to the RescueWhen the Decepticons went to conquer Stanley Lake dam, Skywarp hid in the bushes and pranked the other Decepticons with Autobot engine noises. No one was impressed. He and the other Decepticons were defeated when the Autobots lured them in front of the dam and opened the sluice gates. Menace at the Dam Despite being an idiot, Skywarp was still among those Megatron consulted for ideas on getting back at the Autobots. He took part in an attack on Mount Levram on the strength of Starscream's intelligence, and as a result the Decepticon base was destroyed. Espionage!!!!! Find Your Fate JuniorThe following summarizes one or more multipath adventures. Details vary depending on the paths taken in-story. See the book's page for information on alternate paths. Dinobots Strike BackIn one of many paths ending in an Autobot assault on the Decepticons' superfuel lab in Mount Lomas, Megatron was ready for them, and ordered his warrior jets into the air over Dolphin's Bay. Skywarp scored the first hit of the battle, dropping a heat-seeking missile on the water-bound Topspin. As the only other Autobot present with a boat alt-mode, Seaspray was enraged, and being a large destroyer at the time instead of a hovercraft, he retaliated with a barrage of lasers and missiles all directed at Skywarp. It's not clear if any of them hit, but when Powerglide and Tracks showed up to provide air support, the former's thermal beam did enough damage to the warrior jets in general to allow the Autobots to take the mountain, so Skywarp presumably didn't fare too well. At least he scored the only documented Autobot casualty! Dinobots Strike Back Battle DriveIn one possible scenario, where Megatron and his troops had tracked down Sparkplug to a cave in the mountains, Skywarp was amongst the Decepticons present, ready to pounce on the human. Then a small squadron of Autobots arrived to rescue Sparkplug. In the event that Megatron was destroyed by Swoop, Skywarp, along with the rest of the Decepticons, were easily defeated by the Autobots. In the event that Swoop retreated, Skywarp was amongst the Decepticons who remained at the cave instead of pursuing the Dinobot. Skywarp stood next to Megatron in a military formation, along with Buzzsaw, Ransack, Shockwave, Frenzy and Thundercracker, while Megatron delivered his sanction to the Autobots in the cave; "Prepare to die!" The battle that ensued lasted for two full days before the Decepticons were ready to move in for the kill. In the event that Swoop returned in time with reinforcements, Skywarp and the rest of the Decepticons were forced to retreat.In another possible scenario, Skywarp was likely part of a large Decepticon army that Megatron led once the Autobots had been lured out in the open farmland. Skywarp didn't perform any feats of note in the ensuing battle, however. Battle Drive EarthquakeIn one possible scenario, Skywarp encountered an Autobot raid team infiltrating the Decepticons’ newest secret base. Though he was backed up by Buzzsaw and Ramjet, the three of them were felled in one blow by Optimus Prime. Earthquake Decepticon Poison "Push Megatron down some stairs? Turn to page 19. Don't push Megatron down some stairs? Turn to page-Wait, wouldn't I push Megatron down some stairs??"Skywarp was assigned grunt work at the Decepticons’ secret poison lab.In one possible scenario, Laserbeak, Ramjet and Skywarp were hauling tanks of poison out of the lab when the Autobots returned, after having stolen the antidote to the Decepticon’s poison from right under their noses.One possible scenario saw the Autobots using Windcharger’s magnetic abilities to levitate the drums of poison above Skywarp and company, and then ignite the poison over the Decepticons’ heads. The Decepticons were forced into a retreat as their lab was then destroyed by Warpath. Decepticon Poison Project Brain Drain Box art. Use it!Skywarp was stationed at the Decepticons’ lab, charged with guarding the Brain Drain device, with which the Decepticons planned to syphon away the Earthlings’ intelligence and transmute it into energy. In one possible scenario, he was one of the few Decepticons too afraid of Galvatron to desert his post when a squad of Autobots stormed the lab. He was unsuccessful in fending them off. Project Brain Drain The Official Transformers: Generation 2 AnnualWhen Starscream returned to the Decepticons' headquarters with some exciting news, Skywarp was impatient to hear it, and threatened to teleport Starscream "somewhere more interesting" if he didn't spit it out quickly. The news, it turned out, was that the Autobots had discovered an ancient spaceship on Table Mountain in Africa that could take them back to Cybertron. Naturally, the Decepticons attacked right away to take it for themselves. Skywarp, Starscream and Ramjet buzzed the Autobots from above, distracting them from the approach of the Decepticons' ground forces as they scaled the mountain. The Decepticons thought they had won when the Autobots retreated, leaving the ship theirs for the taking. They realized they had been tricked when the vessel proved to be an Autobot trap that blasted them off into space uncontrollably. Day of the Decepticons Beast Wars cartoon continuity Beast Wars cartoon He can't push people down stairs.....yet.When Megatron travelled back in time and entered the Ark with the intent of changing history, Skywarp's inert form was prominent among the deactivated Transformers that the Predacon leader flew past. The Agenda (Part III) 3H comicsIn 2005, when Unicron rebuilt Skywarp into Cyclonus's Armada, Skywarp was also reprogrammed to obey Cyclonus. Even later, when Skywarp's original personality reasserted itself, that mental link remained. Wreckers: Finale Part IIThough no reason is stated in-story as to how or why or when Skywarp got this new body between the Great War and the Beast Era, Wreckers plotter Glen Hallit noted that Skywarp's body was based on a mass-production body type of its day, similar to Generation 1's Seekers. Looks like Cyclonus was Bombshell. Neener neener.After the Decepticons lost the Great War and Maximals and Predacons claimed the planet, another Megatron subjugated nearly every Transformer alive with a transformation-lock virus and an army of Vehicons. Skywarp was one of the handful of Transformers who had slipped through Megatron's fingers, and eventually he and Cyclonus joined up with the legendary strike team, the Wreckers. Given a mission by the Oracle, the Wreckers fought through an army of Vehicons (Cyclonus, Skywarp, and Rotorbolt took care of the Spy Streak drones) to steal an Autobot shuttle in order to get off-planet. Departure Skywarp served as the shuttle's pilot, which served as a point of contention when the bounty hunter Devcon stowed away on board, who didn't like that the Wreckers apparently now included Decepticons and Predacons among their ranks. As the shuttle approached the Archa system, their given destination, Skywarp detected the homing beacon of the Sojourner's Passage, an exploration ship that was lost centuries ago. Since the Autobot shuttle had been damaged en route, once it had landed on Archa Nine, Skywarp helped repair it while others searched the surface. While Skywarp was occupied with this, Cyclonus revealed himself as a traitor, stealing the Divine Light, a mysterious artifact the Wreckers were sent by the Oracle to find. Betrayal Heh.Though it's likely Skywarp didn't really care, the rest of the Wreckers were dealt a blow to morale after this betrayal. Regardless, the Wreckers set off for a new destination given by the Oracle, a desolate ice planet on which a search team found an exiled Quintesson scientist named Al-Badur. While Al-Badur was explaining the meaning of the Divine Light, an army of Sharkticons attacked both the search team and Skywarp and the others back at the shuttle. Skywarp was able to easily destroy their attackers. The search team returned to the shuttle, and Primal Prime told Skywarp that he'd be taking direction from the Quintesson. Al-Badur asked Skywarp what compelled him to join this team of Autobots and Maximals; Skywarp told him it involved "returning a favor" and "Decepticon honor," things he wouldn't understand. Disclosure After receiving an encrypted message, Skywarp flew the Wreckers back to Cybertron as quickly as possible. Cryotek and his Quintesson partners had invaded the planet. But on arrival to Cybertron, the Quintessons' attacks were so thick that they kept the shuttle from being able to land. Primal Prime ordered a few of the Wreckers off the ship to join the troops below, while Rodimus, Skywarp, and the remainder were to land elsewhere. The Wreckers: Finale Part 1In the aftermath of Cyclonus's betrayal, the other Wreckers were understandably wary of Skywarp, though the Decepticon claimed he had no part or knowledge of his fellow Decepticon's actions. While circling overhead Cybertron, the Wreckers' shuttle was critically hit. Rodimus told everyone else to evacuate while he kept the ship level, but Skywarp chose this moment to strike. He knocked Rodimus away and told Tap-Out to help everyone else disembark; the Decepticon was going to guide the shuttle down. When it landed, taking out a large portion of the Sharkticon invading forces in a fantastic explosion, the Wreckers were shocked. Skywarp had sacrificed his life for them? As Rodimus began to give a regretful eulogy for the untrusted Decepticon, Skywarp appeared behind them, laughing about his sweet maneuver. He had, of course, used his warping power to leave the ship at the last moment. "Did you see that? I think I managed to shove the forward nacelle antennae right through the Quint Overseer!" Everyone grumbled. Unfortunately, Unicron has no stairs.As their group joined the battle against Cryotek and Cyclonus within Cybertron, it seemed Skywarp may not have been so forthright after all. He violently silenced the overbearing Ramulus (muttering that he was surprised no one thanked him) and took his place at Cyclonus's side. Rodimus was understandably confused and hurt, but Skywarp told the Autobot that he'd more than paid him back recently and he no longer owed the Wreckers anything. Cyclonus laughed, and told the Wreckers of his mental link to Skywarp. But Skywarp muttered, having "always hated that," and attacked Cyclonus. He reappeared at the Wreckers' side again, noting that he'd only harmed Ramulus to get in Cyclonus's good graces long enough to deal the blow. I'll settle with the zoo crew later. But you.. I never liked you. Even when you were a bug I hated your stinkin' circuits. Like I said, only one guy ever bossed me around, and it sure as slag ain't you.But Cyclonus had scores of Sharkticons at his disposal, and they quickly filled the chamber. Rodimus wanted to throttle Skywarp for what he'd done to Ramulus, but Skywarp shrewdly pointed out that they had bigger problems at the moment. But in the middle of the battle, a strange surge of energy passed through the subterranean chamber, flowing through Tap-Out and Skywarp, causing both to disappear in a flash of light. Wreckers: Finale Part IISkywarp and Tap-Out had been abducted by Unicron and, under undisclosed circumstances, Skywarp joined Razorclaw's Minions of Unicron during the Universe conflict. During the final battle within the Pit, he was defeated by Sideswipe and Sunstreaker. Revelations Part 2 Dreamwave Generation One continuityEvents from The Transformers Trilogy novels are in italics. You know the seekers are in trouble when Skywarp is the brains of the outfit.Skywarp was one of Megatron's "inner circle" in the early days of war on Cybertron, with standing high enough that he was among those who stood at the Decepticon leader's side as he delivered speeches to his burgeoning army. The Route of All Evil Some time into the war, on the eve of the appointment of the Autobots' new Prime, Skywarp and Thundercracker were sent to blow up a building full of pesky neutrals in Altihex. Skywarp confided to his partner that he had spent some time debating whether or not it was the right thing to do—not because it was morally wrong or anything, but because it was too easy—but had concluded that, hey, of course it was, and promply murdered the neutrals. The War Within #1 Some time later, the two came with Starscream when he tried to sway Grimlock into joining the Decepticons. Skywarp tried to stop Starscream from spilling the beans about the Seekers' next mission at Sector Zero-Six, but was told to shut up. When the trio later carried out said mission, they found that Grimlock had evacuated the area and placed a bomb to welcome them. Skywarp barely had time to teleport himself and his comrades away before the place went up in flames. The War Within Preview When Starscream decided to blame Megatron for what happened, Skywarp snapped and pointed out that it was all his fault for telling the enemy about their mission, then took off with Thundercracker back to Kolkular. The War Within #3 Prankster trumps samurai.Following the disappearance of Megatron in a space bridge accident, the Decepticons split into several splinter groups, but Skywarp stayed with the main faction under the command of Shockwave. He participated in an attack on the minions of The Fallen in Protihex, where his teleporting power enabled him to get the best of Bludgeon and gun him down. Conflagration Skywarp was also present with the Decepticons at the peace treaty signing at Tyger Pax, which would have put an end to Cybertron's civil war if not for Megatron's dramatic return mid-ceremony. The Age of WrathSkywarp was part of the original crew of the Decepticon flagship the Nemesis who attacked and boarded the Autobots' Ark when it departed Cybertron on a quest for energy. The craft crashed on Earth, entombing all occupants for four million years, until they awoke in 1984 to continue their war. More than Meets the Eye #8 The war reached its climax in 1999, when the Autobots and their human allies defeated the Decepticons. Skywarp and the other prisoners were loaded aboard the spacecraft Ark II with the intent that they be returned to Cybertron, but the vessel had been sabotaged by arms dealer Adam "Lazarus" Rook, and exploded mid-flight. Lazarus recovered the bodies of Skywarp and the other Decepticons, and spent the next several years reprogramming them in order to sell them to foreign powers. Prime Directive #5 Skywarp and the Seekers care not for following intended Play pattern for their new toys.In 2002, Megatron was finally able to overcome Lazarus's programming, and proceeded to free his Decepticon subordinates in order to put forward his plans to infect Earth with a metallic virus. To pass the time while preparations for this plan were being put into motion, Skywarp, Starscream and Thundercracker occupied themselves by tearing apart the small Autobots that had also been captured by Lazarus. Prime Directive #3 Once the virus had been unleashed, Skywarp participated in Megatron's attack on San Francisco, where he and his fellow Seekers blew Superion into his component Aerialbots with a cluster bomb barrage. Prime Directive #4When Megatron was kidnapped by the Keepers and Decepticon leadership was up for grabs, Skywarp began acting more serious and ambitious than his regular "lunatic prankster" persona would suggest. One of the few Decepticons who aggressively refused to follow Starscream in Megatron's absence, Skywarp teamed up with the Reflector trio in an attempt to seize power for himself. He lured Starscream into leaving his new kingdom in Las Vegas and travelling to Hoover Dam. Once there, Skywarp challenged Starscream directly for leadership of the Decepticons. He failed miserably, however; Starscream dealt Skywarp severe damage using his null bolts at close range, then tossed his former wingman over the falls. Skywarp was in stasis lock for some time thereafter, and he begrudgingly chose to serve under Starscream after his repair cycle aboard the Nemesis was completed. HardwiredWhen Grimlock and his private army of humans attacked Las Vegas, along with Prowl and Bumblebee, Skywarp was among the Decepticons who charged out to meet them in battle along the Strip. As Thundercracker and Soundwave kept the rampaging Dinobot's attention, Skywarp prepared a delicious, underhanded sneak attack. Diving at Grimlock at full speed, Skywarp planned on unleashing his heat-seeking missiles at near point-blank range for maximum devastation. Luckily for Grimlock, the little Autobot Bumblebee was willing to sacrifice his functionality in order to keep the more powerful Autobot warrior in play and took the full impact of the missiles at the last second. Enraged, Grimlock struck Skywarp with enough force to send him flying miles away into the desert and out of the fight for the immediate future.Curiously, Skywarp chose NOT to leave Las Vegas with Megatron once the former Decepticon leader returned to Earth. Damaged after his time with the Keepers, Megatron lost a fight with Starscream and was forced to relinquish his leadership to the Aerospace Commander. Still, Megatron refused to serve under Starscream, and he led a revolt of several Decepticons into exile. For whatever reason, Skywarp remained at Starscream's side until the Keepers attacked, possessing Starscream as a host body and caging the rest of the Decepticons still in Las Vegas inside a dome of impenetrable energy. Skywarp assumed command of the remaining Decepticons in Starscream's absence and directed the Constructicons into not attacking the dome directly as Devastator, but digging beneath the energy field to forge a tunnel they could exit through. He also made contact with Megatron's forces outside the city and agreed to wait patiently until the time was right for all the Transformers to assault the Keepers as one.When the time came, Skywarp "allowed" his Decepticons to join forces with Megatron's, because it was the only "logical" thing to do. During the fight, he blasted the Bluestreak-Keeper with an explosive gamma radiation blast. The attack was effective, but proved moot when the Bluestreak-Keeper fused with the Starscream-Keeper, creating one massive and deformed robotic god figure. In the end, it was Optimus Prime and the power of the Matrix which finally ended the war with the Keepers, diverting the force of a nuclear missile launched by the American government. In the aftermath, Starscream's scrap was salvaged and rebuilt, but Megatron chose to make Skywarp his new second-in-command for a time, mostly just to piss Starscream off. Still, Skywarp certainly saw it as the most "logical" thing to do. AnnihilationIn Washington D.C., Megatron and the Decepticons stormed the White House to show their displeasure to the President for trying to wipe them out with a nuclear strike. Megatron assigned Skywarp to deal with the SWAT teams in the streets, then sent him into the skies to join Starscream in shooting down the air support called in by the military. Final tally—Starscream: 12, Skywarp: 5. Sometime later, Skywarp was present in the Nevada desert when the Autobots and Decepticons confronted the United States military. Thanks to their airborne tactics, Thundercracker and Skywarp did significant injury to the troops and survived the deconstructionite assault virtually unscathed. After the Keepers were finally defeated and Starscream had been restored to his normal, irascible self, Megatron chose to restore the status quo and replaced Skywarp with Starscream as his second-in-command yet again. FusionAlthough it's hard to see how, the author(s) of The Transformers Trilogy may have confused Skywarp with Shockwave, or at least combined their roles and personalities into one character. Throughout the Trilogy, Skywarp made repeated references to the "logical" course of action, and once made an oblique reference to his gift over the electromagnetic spectrum. Whether there was actual confusion involved, or if the pick-up writer David Cian was forcing Skywarp to fit a role once Dreamwave's comics made using Shockwave off-limits, is unknown. Skywarp likes to relax and unwind after a hard day of pushing people down stairs.When the Decepticons clashed with the Autobots over a crashed Autobot vessel discovered in the Arctic, Skywarp engaged Ironhide, dodging the old Autobot's blasts with his teleporting ability and shooting him in the back. This battle was soon interrupted by the arrival of Shockwave and his army of Triple Changers, who had come from Cybertron to bring the planet's errant sons home. He quickly disposed of Megatron and demanded that Skywarp and the others submit to him. New World Order The Decepticons somewhat begrudgingly assented to return to Cybertron, but upon arrival Skywarp and Thundercracker were amazed at what Shockwave had accomplished in their absence. While relaxing in an energon bath, they debated how to proceed; Thundercracker believed it would not be long before Shockwave demanded they pledge themselves to his cause, but Skywarp didn't care much, advocating they do what they always did and pick the side with the biggest guns. Brothers' Burden For once, Skywarp gets pushed down stairs instead of pushing othersTheir tune soon changed, however, when Shockwave's dark schemes were uncovered by Optimus Prime; the two Seekers tried to shut the blast door to the command centre before the Autobot leader could make it through, but they failed, and Prime throttled Skywarp until he coughed up Shockwave's location. Countdown to Extinction Skywarp and Thundercracker then both played possum to avoid fighting further. Starscream passed them on his way to the shuttle bay, intending to escape the planet and return to Earth, and he ordered Skywarp and Thundercracker to accompany him. They complied, and helped him load up the inactive Combaticons aboard a shuttle they hijacked. RevelationBack on Earth, the Decepticons made it back to the Nemesis and set about scavenging parts to restore the ship to working order. Black Sunshine To this end, Skywarp was part of Starscream's initial salvo against the Autobot base, a decoy to be deliberately taken prisoner in order to draw out the remaining Autobots where the newly reformatted Combaticons could get at them. Night of the Combaticons After decimating the Autobots' ranks, Bruticus freed the fallen Decepticons, and they were about ready to terminate their opponents when the awe-inspiring clone known as Sunstorm emerged from fold-space, looking to have words with Starscream. Sunstorm's "purifying light" induced an energon overload in the Decepticons' systems, knocking them into stasis lock. Black Sunshine Skywarp and the others remained Autobot prisoners until Starscream negotiated a deal for their release in exchange for his aid against Sunstorm. Skyfire G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers Skywarp finally plays an actual prank within official fiction!Skywarp was one of the Transformers reprogrammed to serve the terrorist organization Cobra and was, along with Thundercracker, rebuilt to transform into a Rattler aircraft in the process. Their first mission was to show off Cobra's power by assaulting a peace ceremony in Washington, D.C., and either Skywarp or Thundercracker was the first to reveal his robot mode to the shocked Air Force before wrecking Ace's jet with a single punch. G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers #1When Wheeljack undid Cobra's reprogramming of the Transformers, Skywarp waited on the runway in Rattler mode until Major Bludd, unaware of the plane's true identity, decided to use him as his ticket off Cobra Island. After causing Bludd some stress by refusing to start his engines, Skywarp revealed himself and told him that he'd rather walk, then transformed, crushing the human to death with his moving innards in the process. G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers #4 He then joined Thundercracker in fighting Sideswipe, Sunstreaker and Cliffjumper, who had also been freed from Cobra's control. G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers #5 Unfortunately, the two Seekers were later caught in the SPS Satellite's rain of energy beams and deactivated. G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers #6As Skywarp's coloration is identical to Thundercracker's in this series, it's possible that it was actually Thundercracker who killed Major Bludd. However, it feels more like something Skywarp would do. Transformers/G.I. Joe "Your stairs are WAAAAYY too small for me to push Thundercracker down! What's up with that?!"Skywarp was among the Decepticons revived by Cobra in 1938. He may have been one of the Seekers driven back by the Aerialbots in the battle of the Fera Islands. Trial by Fire Later, during the Autobots' attack on the Terrordrome, Skywarp was lounging about when he overheard some Cobra troopers talking dirt about the Decepticons. Picking one of the humans up, Skywarp suggested that he be a little grateful that the Decepticons were helping them conquer their filthy mudball of a planet. Before he could finish insulting them, however, Optimus Prime burst out of the ground and beat him up. The Iron Fist Transformers Legends anthologySkywarp and Thundercracker were at the end of a berating from Megatron when the news came in that Starscream had badly injured himself in a rock-climbing accident. Skywarp probably even helped look for Starscream. Redemption CenterEnraged at Swindle for selling off Decepticon weapons on the black market, Megatron commanded Skywarp to bring the Combaticon in—in pieces of necessary. Two for the Price of One The Beast WithinSkywarp participated in a savage all-out Decepticon offensive against the Autobots. With the Decepticons maintaining the advantage throughout the battle, Skywarp was amongst those who approached a crippled Optimus Prime, ready to dispatch the Autobot leader. Before they could deliver the finishing blow, the Dinobots combined into The Beast, shifting the Decepticons’ priorities. Skywarp joined several other flying Decepticons in a direct assault against The Beast, to little avail. The Beast then killed him. The Beast Within His corpse would later be one of many that littered the battlefield as Autobot survivors tried to escape The Beast. The Beast Within Part 2, Consequences Lil FormersSkywarp watched "Snakes on a Plane" with Thrust and Thundercracker, and was startled by Cobra Commander popping up to ask if the Decepticons wanted to do a cross-over.At a later time, Skywarp was interviewed and claimed, to put all debates to rest, that it was indeed him who became Cyclonus after being reformatted by Unicron. Bombshell made the exact same claim.Later still, Skywarp had a teleportation accident, and appeared as only a head attached to an arm. Lil Formers IDW Generation 1 continuity There should be stairs there.Main article: Skywarp (G1)/IDW Generation 1 continuityIn a world where some Decepticons' loyalty to the cause has changed in the wake of modern sociopolitical developments, Skywarp has remained the Decepticons' loyal resident teleporter. Hearts of Steel One of these guys is Skywarp, but coloring errors mean it's not the one you think it is!Skywarp was one of the Decepticons who woke up on mid-19th century Earth, where he took on the form of a spiky airplane with three propellers. In the Decepticons' desert headquarters, Starscream told him about the plans to conquer Earth, and ordered him to fly ahead of the Astrotrain, leading the way towards New York City. Skywarp was concerned that the Autobots might interfere, but Starscream assured him their enemies had not yet awoken. Hearts of Steel #1 Hearts of Steel #2 He was later present when Starscream learned that he was mistaken. Hearts of Steel #3"Strange Visitors" established that events identical to those of Hearts of Steel and Infestation 2 occurred in the IDW Generation 1 continuity; however, they happened to Eukarian explorers brainwashed by Shockwave into believing they were the Autobots and Decepticons of the Great War. Q-Robo TransformerI want to tell you about the Transformers!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.Q-Robo Transformer Mini Mayhem!Skywarp participated in an infiltration of BotCon to track down next year's toy designs, and use them to conquer the Autobots once and for all! Mini Mayhem! Henkei! Henkei! pack-in mangaSeveral Decepticon jets, including Skywarp, staged an attack on a human power plant and met against the Autobots during their raid. Among the Decepticon forces was Skyfire, being mind-controlled by a helmet Starscream had given him. Skyfire broke free of Starscream's control during the attack and joined the Autobots, forcing the remaining Decepticons to retreat. Henkei! Henkei! #4Some time later, Skywarp, Ramjet, and Thundercracker had their alternate modes graffitied by a little kid. Flaming mad, they went after the kid, who was being sped to safety by Sunstreaker. The jets were able to catch up to them when Prowl pulled Sunstreaker over for speeding, but once he understood the situation, the 'cop-bot helped his fellow Autobot send the Decepticons packing. Henkei! Henkei! volume 5 Henkei! Henkei! Transformers -Visualize-I want to tell you about the Transformers!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.Visualize Shot 8 Visualize Shot 9 Visualize Shot 12 Visualize Shot 14 Alternity Someone pushes HIM down a flight of stairs for once. Payback's a bitch.A Skywarp from an unspecified universal stream was selected by Megatron to become part of his Questor forces. Granted a portion of the hyperdimensional powers that his leader had obtained from the monstrous Hytherion, Skywarp was given a new body with an uncharacteristic sports car alternate mode, a Timaeus drive that granted him the ability to travel through dimensions, and a massively enhanced teleportation power that actually allowed him to warp the fabric of space and time around him. About the only thing that didn't change was his characteristic lack of intelligence and initiative; coupled with the brain-bending complexities of higher-dimensional life and battle, this meant that Skywarp was left still relying on Megatron's specific orders for and when to use his powers.Skywarp proved his worth when he succeeded in his mission to scour the year 2010 all across the dimensions for a trace of the two-dimensional world of the Planicrons. Precisely what Megatron needed the Planicrons for, Skywarp didn't know, but he recalled a rumor among the Questors that they were key to the destruction of the Alternity, and smirked with excitement to himself as he informed Megatron of his discovery. Hunt for the Planicrons Using Skywarp's information and a magical tablet his other agents had obtained for him, Megatron took control of the Planicrons from his base on Menonia and used them to attack the Alternity. Skywarp was at his side during these events, and was first to notice when Thundercracker, under cover of a distraction provided when Starscream made another fruitless grab for power, deactivated the tablet and freed the Planicrons. Alternation Robot HeroesSkywarp was one of the Decepticons who traveled to Earth to start trouble. He discovered some energon, but when he got his comrades to follow him to his find, they ran afoul of the Autobots. Skywarp was knocked out of the air by Ratchet. I Am Optimus Prime Kre-O cartoonSkywarp acted as the ring 'bot for a tag battle pitting Optimus Prime and Bumblebee against Megatron and Starscream. Last Bot Standing He was also a spectator for a dance competition between Autobots and Decepticons. Bot StarsSkywarp, Soundwave and Shockwave enjoyed a picnic by the side of a road. When Bumblebee and Megatron raced by them, the picnickers waved them by. The Big Race Skywarp was among the minions who passed Megatron his presents during the holiday season. A Gift For MegatronSkywarp helped Megatron get back into shape after a string of humiliating defeats by standing on top of him while the Decepticon leader did some push-ups, and holding on to his weights while he did some reps. Megatron's Revenge Transformers: All SparkI want to tell you about the Transformers!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.The Fated Rival, Once Again... Revenge Ray of Hope Great Aspirations Starscream's New PowerSkywarp attempted to apprehend Starscream, only to be driven back when the latter got his hands on weapons from Shockwave's personal lab. Starscream's New Power Cloud "Here's someone at the stairs..."Skywarp is a Decepticon who resides in Cloud World's Underground. He can teleport over short distances, though this ability uses up a lot of energy. After suffering heavy damage, he was evolved into a new body by Megatron and became Hellwarp (ヘルワープ Heruwāpu). In this form he's way more aggressive and ferocious than he ever was as Skywarp, though no one knows if this is a side effect of his forced evolution or actually his true nature, which he'd previously suppressed. Armed with the Hellwinder arm-cannon and an upgraded teleportation ability that lets him warp continuously without worrying about energy consumption, Hellwarp is a much more menacing warrior than his past self.Hellwarp fought alongside Deadlock during one of the Decepticons' many campaigns across the multiverse. Decepticon Jaeger DeadlockI want to tell you about the Transformers!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.Awakening Eagerness Lightwave Metamorphosis Overwhelm Concealment Struggle Fury Transcendence TFC-A01 TFC-A03 TFC-A04 TFC-D04 Transformers Cloud Angry Birds comic Skywarp was part of a group of Decepticons who attacked an Autobot shuttle in a failed attempt to steal the AllSpark. Angry Birds Transformers #1 Beast Wars: UprisingIn 1984, Sky Warp was part of Starscream's attack on the British Museum to steal the statue of Amenhotep III, rumoured to have magical powers. When the Autobot minibots arrived, Sky Warp fired a shot at Bumblebee. In retaliation, Brawn picked up some worthless hunk of rock and hurled it into Sky Warp's cockpit, lodging it deep into his internals. When Soundwave endangered several humans, the Decepticons made their retreat back to the Victory where Hook extracted the stone. Sky Warp tried to make sense of the dead languages on the stone but dismissed it as nonsense. At a later meeting of high officers in the war room, Sky Warp used the stone as a paperweight for tacto-film when the Space Bridge threatened to blow them away. In the era of Maximals and Predacons, the stone became known as "The Stone of Sky Warp" and was placed within the Kaon Museum of Decepticon Heritage. Cultural Appropriation TransTechTwo Skywarps were some of the many offworlders in Axiom Nexus's Under City. They were part of a crowd in Seeker-Shinai that C-81 attempted to disperse through intimidation. Unfortunately, all the Seekers present were too stunned to see a "Megatron" in Axiom Nexus to budge. Cybertron's Most Wanted Transformers: The Ultimate Pop-Up Universe Skywarp followed Megatron to Earth in his pursuit of the Allspark. His specialty amongst the Seekers was stealth. The Ultimate Pop-Up Universe Q-Transformers: Mystery of Convoy cartoonVoice actor: Kentarō Itō (Japanese)I want to tell you about the Transformers!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.The Road to Q-Transformers Land Which Won't Lose to Puroland Prime Wars Trilogy cartoons The Mistress of Flame ordered Skywarp and the other members of the Elite Air Resistance Squadron to attack Trypticon, but they were all completely overwhelmed by the Titan. Our Heroes Respond Commercial appearancesSkywarp appeared in numerous television commercials. Those with original footage of Skywarp include: Soon after the Transformers awakening on Earth, Skywarp joined Starscream and Thundercracker in approaching a human power plant from the air. Jazz, Sideswipe, and Prowl rolled out to oppose them, and the three jets transformed to robot mode and joined their comrades on the ground to fight back. The Transformers #1 commercialSkywarp and his fellow Seekers had a rematch with Jazz, Sideswipe, and Prowl when they strafed them on a desert road, then transformed to grapple with them in robot mode. Decepticon jets & Autobot cars commercialSkywarp and Starscream had Optimus Prime pinned down in a firefight in a rocky landscape until new Autobots Hot Rod, Kup, and Blurr joined the fight. Skywarp was bowled over by Blurr's speed, but Decepticon reinforcements soon arrived in the form of Cyclonus and Scourge. Hot Rod, Kup, Blurr, Cyclonus, Scourge, and Rodimus Prime commercialWhen the Seekers attacked the Autobots' launch site, Skywarp had the ignominious distinction of being dramatically blasted out of the air in one shot by Ultra Magnus. Ultra Magnus commercialSkywarp flew into battle alongside Galvatron, and was harried by laser fire from Tracks and Jazz. Ultra Magnus and Galvatron commercialFew Decepticons could stand up to the Dinobots, as was proven when the prehistoric Autobots trampled Skywarp, Thundercracker, and Starscream. Skywarp couldn't hold back a charge from an angry Slag. Predacons commercialHe has also appeared in some online promotional videos:After Megatron learned about BotCon 2009 from Optimus Prime, he led a small group of Decepticon representatives to the convention, including Skywarp. BotCon 2009! Games Adventure Game: Defeat the DecepticonsWhen Optimus embarked on his mission to rescue the Autobots' Minicar troops from the Decepticons, Skywarp could interfere with Optimus Prime's progress, by teleporting him back to the beginning of the Decepticons' maze-like base. Adventure Game: Defeat the Decepticons packaging blurb and game Transformers: Mystery of Convoy All these jets look the same, but they say one of 'em is Skywarp, so whatevs.When Ultra Magnus set out on a journey, Skywarp was one of the many Decepticons who opposed him. Transformers: Mystery of Convoy The Transformers (Commodore 64) Skywarp was among the Decepticons who tried to prevent the Autobots from recovering the scattered pieces of their Energon cubes. Created by the power of Robo-Cloning, innumerable duplicates of Skywarp bedevilled the Autobots on their quest. The Transformers The Transformers (PS2) "What do you mean there's no stair-pushing bonus level?"Skywarp was one of the Decepticons who joined the battle on the planet Zel Samine over the powerful Zel Quartz, where he defended the Monogan Hydroelectric Power Station and ELTA against Autobot incursion. The TransformersSkywarp is a non-playable character who appears only among the legion of Decepticon duplicates in the Autobot campaign. 3D Battle-Card GameSkywarp serves under Megatron as one of his Decepticon soldiers, battling Optimus Primal's many Autobot allies in what might possibly have been an inter-universe battle. Energon Wars Expansion Set Transformers G1: Awakening "I just found Grimlock at the top of a flight of stairs!"Skywarp was among the Decepticons who pursued and boarded the Autobot Ark. When the ship crashed on Earth, all inside were sent into stasis, but the Decepticons woke up four million years later and resumed their conquering ways. Picking up Jetfire, whom they tricked into becoming a Decepticon, Skywarp took part in an attack on Dyson Dam. He and the other Seekers picked a fight with Grimlock and were soundly trounced by the Dinobot. He also took part in a disastrous assault on the Ark, which ended with the Decepticons in retreat. Transformers G1: Awakening Bot Shots Battle Game!Skywarp participated in numerous one-on-one matches against other Autobots and Decepticons, using his fists, his sword, or his gun to defeat his opponents. Sometimes, he even faced off against himself! Bot Shots Battle Game! Transformers Legends Stair Pushing: 9999Skywarp rescued Megatron from the planet Junk after the Decepticon leader became stranded there. Wreckage Skywarp was among the Seekers who went on a worldwide rampage, until they were thwarted by the Autobots. Robots in the Sky During a major battle at Autobot City, Skywarp used his teleportation power to confuse the Dinobots, but when he called them dumb, he was downed by an enraged Grimlock. S.O.S. DinobotsSkywarp was amongst the Decepticons who coated themselves with Electrum after Thrust had discovered a lagoon full of the stuff. Invulnerable to Autobot firepower thanks to the substance's properties, the Decepticons were able to defeat Omega Supreme. They found themselves at a disadvantage when the Autobots also gained access to the Electrum, and the Decepticon's own invulnerability wore off first. The Golden Lagoon Skywarp and Thrust encountered Autobot X, a patchwork beast with the mind of Spike, and managed to convince him that the Autobots were his enemy. The alliance lasted until Spike's father was injured in battle, at which point Spike turned on the Decepticons and drove them off. Autobot XSkywarp was among the Transformers who attempted to make contact with the Necrotitan, and subsequently had to battle it. Dark Cybertron Transformers: Battle Tactics Stair Pushing 20%: Chance to push a defeated opponent down the stairs.Skywarp participated in battles against a variety of opponents, both Autobots and Decepticons. Sometimes there were many of him! He appeared in multiple different bodies:Skywarp — This Uncommon character could be recruited by collecting 105 units of Cybermetal, and 48 units of Transmetal.Skywarp — This Super Rare character could be recruited by collecting 250 units of Cybermetal, 75 units of Transmetal, 50 exclusive cores and 5 cores of this character. Skywarp (Gen) This Epic character could be recruited by collecting 650 units of Cybermetal, 350 units of Transmetal, 150 exclusive cores, and 50 cores of this character.Transformers: Battle Tactics Transformers: Devastation "What do you mean the Proudstar doesn't have any stairs?! Curse this new accessibility mandate!"Voice actor: Scott WhyteSkywarp and Thundercracker fought the Autobots aboard the Proudstar when they attempted to reach the Ferrotaxis. Skywarp began the battle by proclaiming that he was now leader of the Seekers, thanks to Starscream's defeat. After he too was defeated by the Autobots, he asked if anyone else wanted to be in charge. Transformers: Devastation Transformers: FrontiersThe Game Full of Death and Suffering...!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their video game appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.Transformers: Frontiers Transformers: Earth Wars He pushed Acid Storm down the Space Bridge's stairs, then took all his acid bombs.Skywarp had a few dogfights with the Autobots' acid bomber, Skydive. He joined Starscream and Thundercracker during the battle for the Codex Key.At one point, Skywarp commented on how Nemesis Prime looked like a black Optimus Prime out of the wash.Nemesis Prime ResearchClass: AerialLowest Star Rating: 1 starWeapons: Like Starscream, Skywarp shoots targets with his null-rays at a constant rate.Ability: Acid Bombs - Drops 6 acid bombs on a target building dealing very high damage over time. Useful for taking out deadly defenses like Mortars and Missile Launchers!Cost: 5 ability points +3 for reuses.Skywarp at Transformers: Earth Wars Wiki ToysMain article: Skywarp (G1)/toys MerchandiseMain article: Skywarp (G1)/toys#Merchandise Notes Cry Havok and slip down the stairs of prankdom...Skywarp's one-line characterization in the original Transformers production bible was "sneaky but dumb". Hee hee. [1] In a more peculiar note, his longer write-up in the production bible noted that he was colored olive drab. [2] This error isn't as unusual as one might first think, as Skywarp was the only first-year jet whose colors didn't originate in Diaclone—thus, they simply may not have been decided upon when the production bible was written.A handful of Marvel Books coloring books (among them Decepticon Patrol) depict Skywarp and Thundercracker with original head designs. It's possible these were developed so kids could tell the characters apart in black and white, but the numerous character model oddities in these books make any kind of certain judgment difficult.Stories written by Simon Furman (including The War Within, Regeneration One, and his contributions to IDW Generation 1 continuity) usually depict Skywarp's teleportation as the opening of a distinct portal in space through which he and others can then travel. Other creators opt—following the lead of the original The Transformers cartoon—to present the power as Nightcrawler-like self-teleportation, with Skywarp disappearing in a flash of light.Character bios written by unknown persons for the Australian (Madman) DVD release of The Transformers: The Movie definitely claim that Skywarp became Cyclonus. Basically, nobody considers that weighty "evidence".For such a popular character, Skywarp doesn't DO much of anything in the original show. But (as stated above) he is the first Transformer we see reformatted with an Earth-based alternate mode in the cartoon continuity. Foreign namesJapanese: Skywarp (スカイワープ Sukaiwāpu)Czech: DrtičFrench: Fraudeur (Canada, "Defrauder")Hebrew: Shohék Sh'hakim (שוחק שחקים, "Sky Wearer")Hungarian: Égretörő ("Sky-springer")Italian: Corvo ("Crow")Portuguese: Espião Celeste (Portugal comics), Viajante (Brazil comics, "Traveller")Mandarin: Tīen Wān (Taiwan, 天彎, "Sky Warp"), Nao Fan Tian (China, 闹翻天, "Extreme Ruckus")Russian: Deformer (Деформер)Retrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Skywarp_(G1)&oldid=1236464" Categories: Featured articlesCharacter stubs missing fictionCharacter stubs missing video games3D Battle-CardsAlternity DecepticonsBeast Machines charactersBeast Wars DecepticonsChildren of PrimusCloud DecepticonsDreamwave Generation 1 DecepticonsGeneration 1 DecepticonsGeneration 2 DecepticonsHenkei! Henkei! DecepticonsKre-O DecepticonsKreonsMachine Wars DecepticonsMinions of UnicronSeekersTransTech DecepticonsUniverse DecepticonsWreckers
     

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