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Brushguard is a Decepticon from the Cybertron portion of the Unicron Trilogy continuity family.

Deadlier Homes and Gardens.

Brushguard embodies the dark side of science. One of several specialists Megatron has entrusted to use his skills to benefit the Decepticon cause, Brushguard's field of expertise is botany. Plant life's threatening vines, thorns, and deadly toxins fascinate him, and he longs to unlock their secrets. He dislikes dealing violence personally and would prefer his enemies face his vile,verdant creations.

Though Brushguard believes completely in Decepticon supremacy, the cousin of the Autobot Overhaul was lured to Megatron's team with the promise of money. Brushguard spends this money on his secret passion, Earth science-fiction B-movies. His favorite is possibly The Little Shop of Horrors, though the moral would be lost on him. He'd root (ha ha) for the plant.


Cybertron cartoon continuity

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  • Brushguard (Scout class, 2005)
    • Accessories: Missile, Earth-type Cyber Key
Brushguard is a redeco of Cybertron Overhaul in chalk blue, navy, and lavender, transforming into an off-road vehicle similar to a Humvee. He came with a silver-bordered Earth-style Cyber Planet Key, which acitvates his chest-mounted missile launcher in robot mode. His right shoulder was retooled slightly to remove the molded Autobot sigil.
His Cyber Key code is s0u6.
This mold was also used to make movie-verse Warpath.


  • Brushguard (Scout, 2007)
    • Accessories: Missile, Earth-type Cyber Key
Brushguard was one of several Cybertron Scout-class toys also made available on Universe cardbacks, and sold through discount chains like Kay-Bee Toy Works. This version is unchanged from the Cybertron release.


  • Brushguard sports the same "mountain" logo as Energon Landquake. There does not appear to be any significance to this.

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