Smokejumper is a Predacon involved in the Universe war (via Robots in Disguise).

"Efficient victories rely on effective information."

Smokejumper is part of Megazarak's personal strike force. An intelligence analyst, Smokejumper has a meticulous eye for detail. He is so single-minded, he's unable to think outside of his current mission objective. His partner Dreadwind calls him a geek. Even his fellow Decepticons find him frustrating to relate to. Relatively unarmed and unpopular, he relies on Dreadwind to watch his back when he's wrapped up in his work.

Smokejumper and Dreadwind can combine in the form of Dreadwing, where Smokejumper's eye for detail and Dreadwind's lust for destruction join to create a dangerous force to reckon with.


Note: Smokejumper has not technically appeared in any of the official fiction. Though he was released under the Robots in Disguise toy line, his character bio from the 3H fan club magazine and Megazarak's bio place him in the Universe series.

The same issue gives instructions on how to combine Dreadwind and Smokejumper with Armada Galvatron to form "MegaWing Galvatron", with a note to check online for "Dark MegaWing Galvatron" directions, combining the whole schebang with Tidal Wave. Robert Yee's instructions include a backstory for Megawing Galvatron that places Dreadwind and Smokejumper in the Armada universe.


Robots in Disguise

  • Dreadwind & Smokejumper (Decepticon, 2004)
    • Accessories: 2 launchers, 2 missiles
A Target stores exclusive (released well after Robots in Disguise had been replaced by Armada at retail), Smokejumper is a redeco of the Generation 2 Smokescreen toy, transforming into a jet fighter of undetermined model that vaguely kinda-sorta resembles an F-22 Raptor. His jet mode fits in the back end of his partner Dreadwind's jet mode as well, forming a complete "flying wing" stealth bomber jet called Dreadwing. His twin spring-loaded missile launchers fit into slots on his legs, putting them under his wings in jet mode.
The same mold is used by Beast Wars II Starscream and Robot Masters Smokesniper. It was going to be used in Generation 2 as a new form of the original Starscream, but that toy was ultimately canceled.


  • The Dreadwind & Smokejumper set is unusual for having included a peel-and-apply decal sheet: apart from Reissues, this was the only use of this feature since the end of Generation 2.

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