The pair tortured Cliffjumper for information on the location of Optimus Prime.

Although he wanted to kill all the humans present, Shatter instead decides to masquerade as peacekeepers, stating that a "dangerous criminal" B-127 was hiding out on Earth and that they needed Sector 7's satellites to track him down.

They both settle on using the satellites that the humans provided for them to transmit the message to their Decepticon comrades.

Shatter took the lead, presenting herself as a Decepticon peacekeeper in search of a dangerous criminal and requested Sector Seven's help in tracking him down. Dropkick was a member of the Decepticon force commanded by Shockwave and Soundwave that attempted to eliminate the last remnants of the Autobot resistance under the command of Optimus Prime. He is one of the main villains of the film, alongside Shatter.

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Dropkick is the "brawn" to Shatter's "brains", acting as her enforcer and doing the dirty work during interrogations. Faction Hordes of identical Dropkick units are used by both the Autobot and Decepticon armies. After Macerator was terminated by Optimus, and Payload was lost in the waters released from the dam, Starscream ordered Dropkick to retreat.

Additionally, many of the other smallish truck-type bodies, including the SUV, Pickup, Utility, Pickup Car, Love Cruiser (Decepticon Exclusive), Flame Truck, Maintenance (Autobot Exclusive), Construction (Decepticon Exclusive), Safar… Occupation After Bumblebee narrowly avoids a roadblock by Sector 7's attempt to capture him, he runs into the Decepticon duo. After Starscream enlisted the help of the Human Accessory Force, Dropkick helped them raid a Zambian dam construction site, confronting Major Ghiwa, whom he was disappointed to realize was not armed, and therefore not much sport. This is evidenced by him doing the dirtiest part of their work in the end (i.e. The Veiled Threat.

Unit Type Dropkick's card art shows him with windshield wipers on his visor. Movies

While mocking Bumblebee as to whether the chains could hold him, the Autobot pulled on the chains, tearing Dropkick apart and killing him before he could finish. Dropkick transformed back to robot mode but was still caught up in the chain.

The assault failed and many Autobots escaped; Dropkick was partnered with Shatter to begin hunting down the survivors. By 1987, Dropkick assisted Shatter in following Autobot lieutenant Cliffjumper to one of Saturn's moons, where they tortured him in an attempt to learn the whereabouts of Optimus Prime.

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Both Decepticons later encounter Sector 7's military force, with Dropkick scanning a Bell AH-1 SuperCobra attack helicopter as a second alternate mode, thereby upgrading himself to a Triple Changer.

During the journey, Dropkick and Shatter were greeted by a task force sent by Sector Seven who had detected their arrival. Dropkick begrudgingly followed, lamenting how humiliating it felt to work with the humans. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The Decepticons were escorted to a Sector Seven outpost and given limited access to their satellites, thus creating a global system of interconnected computer networks to track B-127.

Please, let me kill some. Dropkick (ドロップキック, Doroppukikku?)


Upon their arrival near a trailer park, Dropkick acquired a muscle car alternate mode and killed a random human, expressing his disappointment with the primitive indigenous species yet taking pleasure in how they "popped." Dropkick hates the Autobots, and also hates even more how they have to act like the heroes around the native Humans of Earth.

He admired the alternate form he'd chosen for its primitive elegance. While Shatter was busy transmitting the message to Cybertron, Bumblebee appeared and opened fire on the radio tower, provoking Dropkick to engage the scout. They then depart in pursuit of their target. There, Shatter and Dropkick were granted access to the United States' network of satellites. The humans are multiplying.

He has no problem with casually murdering Humans, even if there is no reason to kill them.

They are probably to wipe away his tears. Though the Autobot refused to co-operate, they received a signal from Autobot scout B-127 on the nearby planet Earth, prompting the pair to change course for the planet, but not before Dropkick vertically bisected Cliffjumper, killing him instantaneously.

Bumblebee used a large metal chain and wrapped it around Dropkick's propellor shaft. Alliance #3 Their victory was short-lived, as soon afterwards, the Autobots and their human allies tracked the Decepticons down and systematically destroyed them one by one.

Bumblebee pulled on the chain, using the constriction to slice Dropkick apart which was followed by an explosion, killing the Decepticon. Bumblebee

He also appears to be the "brawn" of the pair, as he is usually the one carrying out the orders rather than actually giving them.

Upon crash-landing on Earth, Dropkick takes the form of a a blue & black AMC Javelin muscle car alternate mode. Affliction After Optimus Prime was attacked by Ravage, Dropkick and the other Decepticons closed in to attack the Autobot leader. Transformers Studio Series 22 Deluxe Class Bumblebee Dropkick Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate Transformers collection with Studio Series figures, inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the Transformers movie universe.

While in the midst of converting the tower into a makeshift Cybertronian relay station, Bumblebee (who had been revived by Charlie Watson, a young human girl who he befriended) opened fire on the tower, prompting Dropkick to descend to engage in battle with the Autobot.

Besides this, he also views humans as little more than new quarry for him to hunt and kill and also derives pleasure from "popping" them.