A rebellious 'bot, Warpath is not very content with following orders from Optimus Prime. He seems to believe that if Optimus really was fighting for freedom, he would let the other Autobots do what they want instead of listening to him. While Warpath shares Optimus's view of beating the Decepticons, he wants to do it his way.
IDW Transformers (2007) comics continuity
Warpath, along with Grindcore, Signal Flare, and Elita-One, were captured during a raid and put to work by Stockade to construct Starscream's All Spark replica at Simfur. While constructing it, Warpath tried to defend the stricken Grindcore from a pair of Payload drones, but was smacked around by Stockade for his efforts. He and Signal Flare later tried to send a message to their Autobot comrades, but found that they were being jammed. Upon the All Spark's completion, he was strapped to it, with the intention of draining his life-force to power the cube.
His life force was indeed drained and used to power the All Spark replica, but the new cube ended up not working for some reason. Which means Warpath and the others died for absolutely nothing.
Dark of the Moon game
Warpath appears as a boss character on Megatron's level. He entered the Decepticon base with several Autobots and found Megatron on the chamber full of missile silos. Warpath asked the Decepticon leader "not to go down to easy" and attempted to defeat Megatron alone, transforming into his red M1 tank alternate mode. Megatron proved too strong, and Warpath transformed in an attempt to best him in his humanoid mode. Ultimately, Warpath was defeated, unable to simply shrug off Megatron's hits despite his superior and massive firepower. After a spirited battle, Warpath succumbed to his wounds and toppled after a critical malfunction due to Megatron's attacks. Megatron coldly mocked him, claiming that Warpath "couldn't beat me on his best day". Apparently, that was correct.
It is unknown if Warpath was killed or merely rendered unconscious, but it's highly unlikely that Megatron would beat a 'bot and leave him alive (besides Optimus), so the odds are in Warpath's favor.
- Warpath (Scout, 2008)
- Accessories: Missile, Key
- A redeco of Cybertron Overhaul, Warpath transforms into an off-road vehicle similar to a Humvee. Plugging his blue and black Velocitronian Cyber Planet Key into his robot mode back launches his chest-mounted missile. (While in theory you can do this in car mode too, the missile is blocked.) Like the rest of the Allspark Power line of toys, Warpath has blue paint applications in both modes to suggest Allspark energies.
- This mold was also used to make Brushguard.
- In Dark of the Moon video game, Warpath appears as a boss character, and usable character in Multiplayer Mode. This made some fans think that he would be in the movie, but he never was. Thanks to Micheal Bay. It would have been awesome if he was there smashing and blasting the Decepticons to bits.
- Warpath's tank mode is quite similar to Brawl's, but with different color and weaponry.