The Arcee Sisters are a group of 3 female motorcycle Autobots led by Arcee. They can combine into one single form.
The team consists of:
Tales of the Fallen comic
After Arcee's ship was shot down by Thundercracker, she was captured and taken to a Decepticon outpost. Flatline modified Arcee into her three separate parts, from the Spark of Arcee's old body and three blank Protoforms. He had also captured the twins: Skids and Mudflap. The sisters free the two Autobots and break out of the Laboratory.
Later, Flatline has now got a group of drones under his command, he orders them to attack the Sisters and Twins. The Autobots engage the drones, and are quickly dealt with. The escape in Skids' and Mudflap's captured ship.
Revenge of the Fallen film
Arcee was held in reserve as NEST entered Shanghai to deal with Demolishor, only being called into action when the presence of a second Decepticon, Sideways, was detected.
Together with the twins, Arcee pursued the sneaky speedsterthrough the streets of Shanghai, smashing through buildings relatedand everything else in her way, but ultimately, none of her three components were able to do much damage, so Sideswipe was brought up to bat, and he quickly put the Decepticon down.
While not on missions, Arcee was parked with the other Autobots in their hangar at Diego Garcia. It was here that the Autobots received word from the President of the United States, via Director Galloway, that the White House was concerned that the Autobots' living on Earth was the reason for the Decepticon activity, and that if need be, they would ask the Autobots to leave. Later, after Optimus Prime died in battle and The Fallen issued an ultimatum to Earth, the US government decided that the Autobots would be shipped back to Diego Garcia.
NEST had a different idea, and instead shipped Arcee and the other Autobots to Egypt on the advice of Sam Witwicky, who had the means to resurrect Optimus Prime. During the climactic battle between NEST and The Fallen's Decepticons, Sam and Mikaela attempted to make their way through the bombed-out Egyptian town that had become the battlefield. Arcee arrived with Ironhide to escort them through the warzone.
- Chromia (Deluxe, 2009)
- Accessories: Missile, figure stand/cannons
Chromia transforms into a Suzuki B-King. Her humanoid mode is supported by a single tire, and can stand with the aid of a detachable accessory. The accessory can also be attached in her alt mode. The headlights of the toy are notably inaccurate of the real bike and movie render.
- Arcee (Deluxe, 2009)
- Accessories: Sidecar/figure stand, hand blaster
Unlike the first movie's toy, Arcee have the ROTF wheel design, like Chromia. Her wheel foot is off to one side, so she's always uneven, but that's how she's supposed to be. She comes with a sidecar that becomes her stand in robot mode. Her MechAlive gimmick is in her neck. By moving her head up and down, two gears in her neck spin.
- Elita - 1 (Deluxe, 2010)
- Accessories:Missile, figure stand/cannons
Elita-1 is a black, white and metallic pink redeco of Chromia, with a slightly different mold. Her humanoid mode is supported by a a single tire, and can stand with the aid of a detachable accessory. She was released as part of the Hunt for the Decepticons promotion.
- Sideways Sneak Attack (Multi-pack, 2010)
This Target exclusive multi-pack was to contain redecos of the Revenge of the Fallen Legends class Arcee mold as Chromia and Elita-1, plus an Arcee possibly lacking the black paint operations on the handles from the single ROTF release (samples on display at BotCon 2010 came in both flavors) plus possibly a different paint mask for the face. The set furthermore includes a redeco of Deluxe class Sideways, whose painted battle damage evokes the scene in the film where he's been cut in half.