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    This article is about the Generation 1 Autobot. For the Shattered Glass Autobot, see Zetar (SG).Zetar is an Autobot from the Generation 1 continuity family. He was awesome in Maniac Cop.Zetar is one of the Powerdashers.Contents1 Fiction1.1 S.T.A.R.S. pack-in flyers1.2 Dreamwave Generation One continuity1.3 IDW Generation 1 continuity1.4 Kre-O online manga1.5 Ask Vector Prime2 Toys2.1 Generation 13 Notes Fiction S.T.A.R.S. pack-in flyersThe Powerdashers featured in two early recruiting messages sent to humans by the Autobots. The messages were almost identical in content, claiming that the Autobots marooned on Earth were becoming desperate in their battle against the Decepticons, sending an S.O.S. to Cybertron even though they didn't know if anyone would be there to receive it. Luckily, their plea was answered in the form of the Powerdashers, Omnibots, and Time Warriors. The only Powerdasher seen was the jet-form model, but the message noted that the Powerdashers' state of constant evolution meant that they might not look the same later. Reinforcements from Cybertron! The battle is far from over! Dreamwave Generation One continuityThe three Powerdashers were created with a primitive design based on the forms of very early Cybertronians. Meant to aid the Autobots on Earth, the Powerdashers' powers and personalities were still growing when they were put into duty. More than Meets the Eye They were packed in stasis aboard the supply ship Orion, which ended up crashing on Earth after getting shot down by Sunstorm. The crew activated the Powerdashers, who awoke without a word and immediately began working on the ship. When they finished, they packed up their tools and quietly went back on board. Black Sunshine IDW Generation 1 continuity Zetar attended Megatron's 54th gladiatorial match in the days before the war. Megatron Origin #2Cromar and the other Powerdashers fought under Ultra Magnus in a battle on Clemency. Cromar's team was ordered by Magnus to try to disable the Nightmare Engine, but the group was interrupted by a K-Class Decepticon bombing. The Gloaming Kre-O online manga "Man, that guy's got a small face."When the mighty Devastator attacked the Autobot base and tried to stomp on Optimus Prime, the Autobot leader flashed on a brilliant idea: tickle the sole of Devastator's foot! Zetar helped out, and the giant laughed so hard he toppled over backwards, crushing the unlucky Megatron under the combiner's big butt. A New Menace! The Giant Soldier Devastator Appears! Ask Vector PrimeIn universes where the Powerdashers were three individual sentient beings, Zetar tended to be the team engineer. Ask Vector Prime, 2015/09/21 Toys Generation 1Powerdasher (Mail-order, 1984) This version of the Powerdasher transforms into a Cybertronic drill tank, featuring a pull-back motor in vehicle mode, allowing it to quickly roll forward across flat surfaces. It was only available as a mail-order exclusive from Hasbro, costing $3 and 2 Robot Points. The jet-mode Powerdasher was the only one pictured in the ads, but the type you got ended up being random. The jet-form Powerdasher appears to be the most common model sent, however.More information on the Drill-form Powerdasher at TFU.info Notes Bluntly, to the point... The drill Powerdasher was originally a Diaclone toy called the "Drill Dasher". The Transformers version blunted the drill for safety reasons, removed the "DRILL DASHER" text from the factory-applied cockpit stickers, and omitted the extra sticker sheet for the cockpit and legs. And, of course, the Diaclone pilot was dropped. Of the three Dashers, it was the only one to not undergo a change of plastic color when being brought over for Transformers. Zetar's name comes from the name given to the Diakron, GiG Italian Trasformer, and Joustra French Diaclone release of the toy. Though the Powerdasher Drill was not explicitly named "Zetar" in any canon Transformers fiction until the Facebook edition of "Ask Vector Prime", that Cromar was indicates that the other two Powerdashers more than likely have their Diakron/GiG/Joustra names. The Powerdashers were the first Cybertronian (well, non-Earthly) vehicular toys released—and were released in 1984, to boot.Like all non-toy robot Kreons in the Kre-O manga, Zetar is made from existing Kre-O parts. Unlike most Kreons, he doesn't have a helmet; instead, he has a small drill-bit attached to the top of his head.Retrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Zetar_(G1)&oldid=1223462" Categories: Dreamwave Generation 1 AutobotsEngineersGeneration 1 AutobotsIDW Generation 1 AutobotsKre-O AutobotsKreonsMail order exclusives
     

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