Y'know it just occured to me that the bright blue on her legs and wings is pretty much exactly the blue of G1 Starscream's Pretender shell. Could be a chance thing but especially on the legs it really recalls that toy to me. --ZacWilliam 17:14, 29 June 2008 (UTC)

I have gone over the Screamer clones so many times it is giving me a headache, but I finaly thought that there is not a clone that is the tracherous(spelling) side of him other than the female. She seems to be the closest one, from my point of view anyway. Does anyone else have an idea?HotRodimus 02:44, 13 October 2008 (UTC)

Rimmer theme captions

I think a good option to continue the theme would be something like the "What the hell, I just won't tell her" from Rimmerworld, or one of the ones from Terrorform. If anyone agrees, can I upload an image with such a caption?KrytenKoro 09:53, 30 June 2008 (UTC)

There's also She-Rimmer from Parallel Universe... - SanityOrMadness 22:12, 30 June 2008 (UTC)

Pretender Starscream

At one point I'd added in that her teal lower and grey upper legs, and really the placement of all the grey above, very much echo Starscream's Pretender shell. Someone deleted that with out giving a reason, but it's true, it's relevant, and it's a close as G2 Ramjet is really. I feel like it should be there as an observation at least. (Pretender Screamer is really all I can think of when I look at her pic in that section.) Objections? -- 02:09, 6 July 2008 (UTC)

If she was meant to be the shell, she'd have the shell's layout. But she doesn't. She wouldn't have a mainly purple torso, and she'd have brown gauntlets and a brown helmet. The note does not say "based on G2 Ramjet", its says "shares predominant colors with but everything's laid out completely differently", and explained in-depth to note that it is likely NOT supposed to be G2 Ramjet. --M Sipher 02:33, 6 July 2008 (UTC)
I guess I just don't see the difference between saying "She's got colors like G1 Ramjet but not the layout, it's probably a coincidence." and saying "She's got several of the colors AND some of the layout of Starscream's Shell but it'a probably a coincidence". I just think that if the likeness to one is close enough to rate a mention so is the other. -- 02:36, 6 July 2008 (UTC)
Part of the difference is that you're the first person to say "Pretender shell", where almost five seconds after she appeared, the intarwebs-at-large declared her (erroneously) to be G2 Ramjet. Listing EVERY theory anyone ever had would quickly fill up space for not good reason (like the theory that Dion got turned into Huffer). --M Sipher 02:42, 6 July 2008 (UTC)
"The intarwebs-at-large said she was G2 Ramjet"? I saw more "Dirge" speculation (stirred up by the Dubai spoilers) than G2 Ramjet speculation. Galvanisation 02:45, 7 July 2008 (UTC)

tragic past

i think she'd consider her past tragic, coming from Starscream and all. Maybe a little comment on that? Not Stevecomplain hereThe Big Book 19:25, 31 July 2008 (UTC)


Maybe I can't say it on the page, but I can say here, that I think the female represents Starscream's inner self-hatred personified. She obviously loathes him, and doesn't think much of the other clones either. Instead of actively despising herself though, she spends her time hating him. After all, take her line "You don't want to know" seriously (I know it's tough, but try). Obviously that would make her a part of him that he wouldn't want to know about - self-hatred is the kid-friendly option. Although the other perfectly likely alternative is that she's his gayness.Harley Quinn hyenaholic 21:34, 8 November 2008 (UTC)

Personally, I think she's Sarcasm. Very nearly everything she said is sarcastic and/or insulting in some manner. --Kendrakirai 07:51, 16 April 2009 (UTC)

I think she represents his (I can't believe I'm about to say this) cunning, logic, and reasoning, as she A) was the one to explain all of the other clones' personalities to the original, B) Took down Bulkhead with his own stasis cuffs, C) told Starscream to aim for Megatron's spark chamber, which would likely have taken him down in one shot, D) sided with Megatron when Starscream proved incompetent as a leader (technically they all did, but she was the first to say it), and E) figured out how to use Omega Supreme's size against him. Xeno the Hedgehog 08:35, 16 April 2009 (UTC)


Upon viewing A Bridge Too Close on YouTube, one of the viewers noted a similarity to not only G2's Ramjet, but the Mary Sue character Razormoon (one of several fan-fiction female Transformers with an attraction to Starscream). Like "female Starscream", she has a feminized version of the 1984 seeker template, and turns into an identical F-15/Tetrajet/jet fighter (despite her robot mode anatomical differences). I first saw Razormoon back in 2000 (the original site seems to be down, but her alternate one is up.). -- Cybertronian 07:11, 30 March 2009 (UTC).

I highly... no completely doubt the Female clone is based in any way off this Razormoon character. Wyatt said that the Female's color scheme was (loosely) based on Overlord's color scheme. Nowhere has Wyatt ever made mention of this Razormoon. Nor would a fanfic character be used as basis for a real character in this case. --Sabrblade 22:55, 30 March 2009 (UTC)


To quote Jazz from TFTM: "Where'd that come from?"

I never head that she actually got a name. And that it's Shockwave's Japanese name, to boot.

At least the seekers all have names now. Though I wish they all got better personalities...

Here's a very simple answer: It's not real! Somebody keeps vandalizing these pages with that name! --Sabrblade 01:19, 10 February 2009 (UTC)


I have several ideas of what her part is and all of wich give me a small case of the jibblies. Here are some hints: 6, Elmo, I _ New York, and brains (the last one gives me the shivers because the few plans Starscreem has maid are to direct.)

Hmm... I didn't really understand all of that, but I believe you think her personality is 'the smart one' or... love? I didn't get the 6 and Elmo ones.


In nearly every Transformer televison series, Female Transformers usually originate from the Autobot/Maximal side. With the exception of Thunderblast, most female transformers are reprogrammed before joining the Decepticons/Predicons. Strika may even be one of the stolen Protoforms taken by Lockdown. In fact the only female robot to fight for the Decepticons in the Generation 1 cartoon series was the Earth-made ninja bot Nightbird.

Strika was Megatron's General of Destruction during the Great War. And the protoforms were stolen during the latter-half of the war. So, Strika wasn't one of the stolen protoforms. But what does that bit about Nigthbird have to do with the Female Starscream? I see no point made about Nightbird that relates to this artcle in your post. --Sabrblade 18:14, 22 April 2009 (UTC)

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  • Slipstream could also be some sort of reference to the unusually large (and occasionally somewhat disturbing) number of female fans that the various Starscream characters have attracted over the years, or their habits of drawing Starscream with a near female figure.
  • She also seems to be the smart one, as shown when she told the other clones to aim at Omega Supreme's legs in "A Bridge Too Close, Part II." Or maybe we're confusing that with good old Starscream cunning. Wait, that didn't sound right.
  • She could be called a "Miss Know-it-all Starscream".

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Though there are parts of Starscream's body that look odd; such as his feet resembling high heel shoes, due to the booster rockets in the back elevating his foot.


her name has been confirmed as Slipstream at Botcon.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs).

Self loathing?

Maybe shes Screamers self loathing? Most of her spite seems to be directed right at him.


While Hasbro never distributed any toy of Slipstream, TakaraTomy did make them, as can be seen on those two Amazon pages:
Note how much it look like the Transformers Generations Deluxe Class Windblade. Which one is a retooling of the other? That's something I don't know. Bigoukun (talk) 11:37, January 22, 2016 (UTC)

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