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This article is about the Robot Masters Decepticon. For the Robots in Disguise Autobot, see Tow-Line (RiD).

Wrecker Hook is a Decepticon from the Robot Masters portion of the Generation One continuity family.

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His own past is a mystery to Wrecker Hook. With no memory of his creation or who he really is, he stays with the Decepticons, thinking he might find answers one day. He is a skilled mechanic who can effect repairs on most anything, and does so without complaint. He seems to be friends with Wing Stun.

On the battlefield, however, Wrecker Hook is a danger to everyone around him, especially once he starts swinging his "Boost Hammer" weapon around. This might be a sign of his past self, or it could just be another result of some scrambled circuits.

Note: There is speculation among fans that Wrecker Hook is the same character as the Robots in Disguise Tow-Line, who was called "Wrecker Hook" in Japan and used the same mold. However, what little fiction there is for Robot Masters barely acknowledges Wrecker Hook's existence, never mind getting into his real history.


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  • Wrecker Hook (Destron, 2004)
    • Japanese ID number: RM04
    • Accessories: Grill-rifle, "Boost Hammer"
As part of the first assortment of Robot Masters, Wrecker Hook is a heavily-painted redeco of the Machine Wars Hoist/Hubcap mold, transforming from a tow truck to robot with a spring-loaded one-step transformation. The grill of the truck detaches to form his "Aiming Shot" blaster weapon.
Unique to this release of the mold is the solitarium weapon called the "Boost Hammer", a clear-plastic flail. It can be combined with the other Decepticons' solitarium weapons to form the "Arsenal Force" megaweapon.
The same mold is used by Robots in Disguise Tow-Line.

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