Profile: Warfare holds no interest for Beachcomber; he much prefers to take long, lone journeys into the vast expanses of desert wilderness and along the rugged coastal shores that occupy so much of the American landscape. Only in these places of such stark, natural beauty does he feel he can completely escape the conflict between the Autobots and Decepticons. Only in these places can he purge himself of the tensions that sometimes interfere with his operating efficiency, and relax. He’s cool-headed, low key, andpersonable. He’s what Earthlings would refer to as "laid back." But despite his feelings to the contrary, he never shirks his responsibility to fight for the Autobot cause when called upon. Deep down he knows that until his side wins there is no true escape, no matter how far he travels into the desert.
Abilities: In vehicular mode, Beachcomber has a range of 800 miles and is capable of traveling over very rugged terrain. He equipped with various magnetic, ionic electrostatic, infrared and sonic sensors, among others, which enable him to accurately determine the chemical composition of any terrain he visits, and he uses this ability to locate vital resources for the Autobots. In robot form, he has an unusually high agility, which makes him an elusive target.
Weakness: Mental stress can interfere with Beachcomber’s performance, often making him vulnerable in combat situations. He’s neither too strong as a robot nor too fast as a vehicle.
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Other toy appearances:
• Universe Legends Beachcomber (G1) (2009)
• Movie ROTF Road Rival Showdown (Beachcomber vs Deadlift - Walmart exclusive) (2010)
• Kre-O SDCC Kreon Class of '85: Alpha Trion, Astrotrain, Beachcomber, Blaster, Blitzwing, Bombshell, Cosmos, Devastator, Dirge, Grapple, Grimlock, Hoist, Inferno, Jetfire, Kickback, Omega Supreme,Powerglide,Ramjet,Red Alert,Seaspray,Skids,Slog,Slug,Smokescreen,Snarl,Strafe, Thrust, Topspin, Tracks, Warpath (2015)
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