List of Predacons

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This is a list of the known Predacons from the Transformers fictional universe and toyline.

Generation 1 Predacons[edit]

Leaders[edit]

Predacons/Predaking[edit]

Stunticons/Menasor[edit]

Battlechargers[edit]

Pretenders[edit]

Triple Changers[edit]

Seekers[edit]

Duocons[edit]

Monsterbots[edit]

Terrorcons[edit]

Main article: Terrorcons

Others[edit]

Toy Characters[edit]

  • Generation 1 Predaking (1986)
A new mold. Released in 1986, the Predacons became a popular seller, and came in two variants - entirely plastic, and with die-cast metal parts, the latter version being the most sought after. Unlike the other combiners released that year, Predaking was substantially larger and did not follow the same basic so-called "Scramble City" design which allowed his component limbs to be swapped freely; each arm and leg could be interchanged with each other, but an arm could not form a leg, and vice versa. Illustrating this point are the various depictions of Predaking's limb arrangement - his instructions and toy box art depict Divebomb as the left arm, Rampage the right arm, Headstrong the left leg and Tantrum the right, while his cartoon and comic book appearances perform a straight swap of this.[1]
  • Generation 1 Predaking Reissue (2010)
A reissue of the original G1 Predacons gift set by Takara Tomy to commemorate the Transformers 2010 series (season 3 of the original series) in Japan. The set was released in late November 2010.[2]
  • Titanium Predaking
A 3-inch-tall non-transforming Predaking toy was released in the Transformers: Titanium line.

Beast Wars Predacons[edit]

Toy Characters[edit]

Transmetals[edit]

Fuzors[edit]

Transmetal IIs[edit]

Walmart Exclusive Toys[edit]

BotCon Exclusive Toys[edit]

  • Antagony: She is a herald of Unicron. Her beast mode is a Carpenter Ant. She is a recolored version of Inferno.
  • Double Punch: He is a Saboteur. His beast mode is a purple Scorpion. He is a recolored version of Scorponok.
  • Fractyl: He is a scientist. His beast mode is a green Pteranodon. He is a recolord version of Terrorsaur.
  • Sandstorm: He is a noble Predacon. His beast mode is brown Scorpion. He is a recolored version of Scorponok.
  • Shokaract: His beast mode is a Transmetal Crab. He is a recolored version of Rampage.
  • Vice Grip: His beast mode is a black and purple Earwig. He is a recolored version of Powerpinch.

Beast Wars II Destrons[edit]

While they share the Japaenese name for Decepticons, they bear the Predacon Insignia.

Leaders[edit]

  • D-12 Megastorm (メガストーム)/D-22 Gigastorm(ギガストーム) - Tank/Mechanical Ceratosaurus
  • D-16 Galvatron (ガルバトロン) - Drill tank/Mechanical Dragon

Combatrons (コンバットロン)[edit]

Autorollers (オートローラーズ)[edit]

  • D-17 Autostinger (オートスティンガー) - Dump truck
  • D-18 AutoCrasher (オートクラッシャー) - Payloader
  • D-19 Autojetter (オートジェッター) - Jet
  • D-20 Autolauncher (オートランチャー) - Armored car

Seacons (宇宙海賊シーコンズ)/D-21 God Neptune (ゴッドネプチューン)[edit]

Beasts Wars Neo Predacons[edit]

Though referred as the Destrons as they are Japan-exclusive, they are still animal based transformers and are actually Predacons. They all transform into dinosaurs (despite Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Styracosaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, and Ankylosaurus being herbivores, Dimetrodon being a mammal-like reptile, and Frill-necked lizard being a monotypic reptile).

Robots in Disguise / Car Robots[edit]

Known as the "Destrongers" in the original Japanese dubbed Car Robots. In Robots in Disguise, the Decepticons are a group of Autobot Protoforms recruited by the Predacons to serve Megatron/Galvatron.

Leaders[edit]

Predacon Field Squadron[edit]

Toy-only characters[edit]

Decepticons[edit]

Commandos / Ruination[edit]

Transformers: Armada[edit]

Predacon is a redeco of the Beast Wars Transmetal Megatron toy, which was remolded with dead Mini-Con ports, and came packaged with the Mini-Cons Side Burn and Skid-Z (respectively recolors of Backtrack and Spiral).
Some bonus pack versions of Predacon came with the Armada Destructon Mini-Con team members Buzzsaw, Drill Bit and Dualor in addition to his normal 2 Mini-Cons.

Transformers Animated[edit]

Leaders[edit]

Dinobots[edit]

While the Dinobots are aligned with the Autobots, they have allied Blackarachnia and recruited them to bolster her ranks.

Transformers Aligned Continuity[edit]

X = Toy and online game-only character.
  • Predacon experiment #SW13339 Ripclaw - Transforms into a mechanical dragon with a claw-tipped tail. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW21984 Skystalker - Transforms into a mechanical dragon. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW26673 Vertebreak - A recolored version of Lazerback; transforms into a mechanical land dragon. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW57525 Lazerback - Transforms into a mechanical land dragon. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW59978 Grimwing - Transforms into a mechanical Ursagryph (a falcon/bear hybrid). X
  • Predacon experiment #SW91675 Predaking - The leader of the Predacons; transforms into a mechanical dragon.
  • Darksteel - A recolored version of Grimwing; transforms into a mechanical Ursagryph (a falcon/bear hybrid).
  • Sky Lynx - A recolored version of Skystalker; transforms into a mechanical dragon.
  • Cindersaur - A recolored version of Rippersnapper; transforms into a lizard-like bipedal dragon. X
  • Rot Gut - A recolored version of Blight; transforms into a bipedal land dragon. X

Comic book-only Predacons[edit]

Abominus[edit]

This new version of Abominus is the combination of five Predacons.

  • Predacon experiment #SW14596 Hun-Gurrr - Transforms into a bipedal two-headed land dragon. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW14625 Blight - Transforms into a bipedal land dragon. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW22568 Rippersnapper - Transforms into a lizard-like bipedal dragon. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW81617 Twinstrike - Transforms into a two-headed land dragon. X
  • Predacon experiment #SW89562 Windrazor - Transforms into a Wyvern. X

KRE-O[edit]

One of the first Kreon Microchanger combiner sets. The four component Kreons can be rebuilt into their alternate modes. They can also be rebuilt into Predaking by taking them apart and combining their pieces.
Bio: Predaking is part brick, part four different jungle animals. A creature of instinct, there's almost nothing he likes more than the hunt. Almost, because the only thing he enjoys more is catching his prey and then messing with them by putting their legs on backwards and watching them run around. He especially hates Trailcutter, because Trailcutter cares about nature and Predaking doesn't. Sometimes he is also known as Predicus.

Bot-shots[edit]

Transformers Go![edit]

Oni Predacons(プレダコン四鬼衆)[edit]

Jaki Predacons(プレダコン邪鬼軍団) / G09 Gorādora(ゴラードラ)[edit]

Prime: Beast Hunters Toy Characters[edit]

Cyberverse[edit]

  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Commander Predaking w/ Cybervenom Rocket (2013)
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Legion Hun-Gurrr w/ Dragontooth Saw (2013, coming soon)
Homage to G1 Terrorcon Hun-Gurrr, with Double-headed Dragon Mode.
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Legion Twinstrike w/ Piston Hammer (2013)
Homage to G1 Terrorcon Sinnertwin, with dragon mode.
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Legion Blight (2013, coming soon)
Homage to G1 Terrorcon Blot.
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Legion Rippersnapper (2013, coming soon)
Homage to G1 Terrorcon Rippersnapper.
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Legion Windrazor (2013, coming soon)
Homage to G1 Terrorcon Cutthroat.
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Legion Combiner Abominus (2013, coming soon)
Target Exclusive. Combination of Predacons Hun-Gurr, Twinstrike, Blight, Rippersnapper, Windrazor.[5]
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Commander Predaking (Predacons Rising) (2013, coming soon)
Recolor of Cyberverse Commander Predaking, homage to "Robots in Disguise Megatron/Gigatron ".
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Cyberverse Legion Cindersaur (2013, coming soon)
Recolor of Cyberverse Rippersnapper.

Voyager[edit]

  • Prime: Beast Hunters Voyager Class Predaking w/ Hydrafire Blasters (2013)
New Voyager Class figure which shares similar orange and black coloration to his G1 counterpart. Can attach missile launchers to dragon mode to form a third hydra mode slightly similar to Cybertron Scourge.
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Voyager Class Grimwing w/ Grapple Launcher (2013, coming soon)[6]
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Voyager Class Darksteel (2013, coming soon)
Recolor of Voyager Class Grimwing.
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Voyager Class Cryofire Predaking (2013, coming soon)
Recolor of Voyager Class Predaking.

Ultimate[edit]

  • Prime: Beast Hunters Ultimate Class Beast Fire Predaking w/ Infernum Blade (2013)[7]

Deluxe[edit]

  • Prime: Beast Hunters Deluxe Class Lazerback w/ Toxic Strike Blaster (2013)
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Deluxe Class Ripclaw w/ Snapping Siphon Claw (2013)
  • Prime: Beast Hunters Deluxe Class Skystalker (2013, coming soon)[8]

Generations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alvarez, J.E. (2001). The Unofficial Guide to Japanese and International Transformers. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. p. 23. ISBN 0-7643-1282-0. 
  2. ^ TFSource.com - 2010 Predaking Boxed Set Reissue
  3. ^ Scarem (1999) - Predacon Ground Commando - www.tfu.info
  4. ^ Bellemo, Mark (2007). Transformers: Identification and Price Guide. Krause Publications. p. 252. ISBN 0-89689-445-2. 
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