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Rotor Force is a subgroup from the Generation 2 portion of the Generation One continuity family.

The Rotor Force is a cross-factional sub-group of Transformers, so called because of their powerful firing rotor-weapon assemblies.

Autobot Rotor Force:

Decepticon Rotor Force:


Marvel Generation 2 comic continuity

The entire Rotor Force was built on the Decepticon Warworld by Bludgeon alongside the Laser Rods, as part of a new generation of warriors.

Note: This origin does not hold true for the UK Generation 2 comic, as Ransack appears as part of Bludgeon's crew in the attack meant to draw out Prime to steal the Matrix — which was repeated later in the series when the comic just reprinted US stories. It's a big headache.

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IDW comics

Leadfoot was helping to guard the corpse of Thunderwing on Cybertron, when Galvatron showed up. He died. Spotlight: Galvatron

Manta Ray was helping to guard the damaged penitentiary at Garrus-9, when Nemesis Prime showed up. He died. Spotlight: Doubledealer


Generation 2

  • Leadfoot (1994)
  • Manta Ray (1994)
  • Powerdive (1994)
  • Ransack (1994)
The Rotor Force toys were among the very first new molds in the Generation 2 toy line. Though fairly limited in articulation, they introduced several new alternate modes to the Transformers toyline, such as a twin-pontoon speed boat and a World War II-era fighter plane.
Each toy has a wind-up "engine" that, when activated, spins the detachable "rotor" disc at high speeds, sending the disc flying to some pretty impressive heights. Perfect for giving the cats something to chase. The engine assembly is fairly large, dominating the vehicle mode in most cases and being a bit unwieldy for the robot to handle.
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