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Revision as of 17:07, August 17, 2007

This article is about the Robots in Disguise Autobot. For the Cybertron Mini-Con, see Heavy Load (Cybertron).

Heavy Load is an Autobot from the Robots in Disguise continuity family.
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Heavy Load is as bulky as his name implies. His thick armor intimidates even the toughest Decepticons, but his bulk does not inhibit his movement. To the contrary, he's studied martial arts and can move as gracefully as the most lithe of Transformers. Heavy Load is the most powerful of the Build Team (and not to mention the loudest), and tends to play mentor to the team's young leader Wedge.


Japanese name: Build Typhoon


Fiction

Animated continuity

Voice actor: Daran Norris (English), ? (Japanese)

Toys

Robots in Disguise

  • Heavy Load (Deluxe, 2000/2001)
Japanese ID number: C-020
Heavy Load transforms into a large dump truck. In robot mode, his dump-bed becomes a large hand-held claw weapon. He can form either leg or both arms to the team's combined mode Landfill.
He was initially released as part of the Takara Car Robots line. The Hasbro Robots in Disguise version adds numerous paint applications to him, including an Autobot sigil and "dirt-wash" paint on is dump bed.
This mold was also used to make Universe Long Haul.
  • Build King (Multi-pack, 2000)
Japanese ID number: C-022
In Japan, the entire Build Team set of Wedge, Heavy Load, Hightower and Grimlock was made available. The toys included were identical to the individual Takara releases.
  • Landfill (Multi-pack, 2003)
A mainly-yellow redeco of the entire Build Team was released as a Wal-Mart exclusive in November of 2003, as a multi-pack released on "Black Friday", the day after Thankgiving, the most hellishly-overcrowded shopping day of the year. The set cost considerably less than four individual deluxes.

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