The name or term Dropshot refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Dropshot (disambiguation).

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Specifics: Universe toy, fictional appearances
Dropshot is a Decepticon from the Generation One continuity family.
G1 Dropshot MTMTE

I don't have time to boogie. . . . Okay, maybe for a minute.

Dropshot feels no pain. Dropshot never gives up. Dropshot always gets back on the horse. Dropshot needs no time-out. Dropshot takes no vacations. Dropshot doesn't have time to bleed leak. Dropshot fights on.

Dropshot is a member of the Military Patrol, and, predictably, wants to replace Bombshock as leader.[1]


Dreamwave Generation One comics continuity

Dropshot was one of the Micromasters created by the Autobots and Decepticons after the launch of the Ark. Victims of the Revolution He was among the group of Micromasters being attacked by the Insecticons, who were looking for the Hot Rod Patrol. Recipe for Hate

IDW comics continuity

Dropshot was one of the Dead Universe Micromasters who pursued Hardhead and Nightbeat on Gorlam Prime. He was part of the blocade on the highway with other micromasters. Spotlight: Hardhead


Generation One

G1 Dropshot toy

Time to start working on those quadriceps, Dropshot.

  • Military Patrol (Micromaster Patrol, 1990)
Dropshot transforms into a blue armored personnel carrier of made-up origin armed with a rotating (non-firing) twin cannon. He was available only in a four-pack with his teammates Bombshock, Growl, and Tracer.
This toy was released without changes in Japan as the Autobot Dropshot during the Return of Convoy series.


  1. More Than Meets The Eye #2

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