Characters: Transformers: Last Stand of the Wreckers

This is the character sheet for Transformers: Last Stand of the Wreckers.

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Welcome to the team. Just be prepared: sometimes in the Wreckers, your first day is your last.


'Autobot'? I'm a Wrecker, Snare. First and always.


You can't beat "Wreck and Rule". Pure poetry.




And yes, I am that good.


"Maybe I should change my name to Top Secret"

Twin Twist

"Get slagged."


"Hold this, stay there, an' get ready to take notes."


Verity Carlo

Thank you for flying Wrecker Airlines. Please deposit your round-trip ticket to hell and back with the stewardess.



  • Adaptational Badass: In most media, Broadside is mostly known for being "that one guy that turns into a seasick aircraft carrier and Acrophobic Jet." Here, he's not only one of the longest serving Wrecker members, he's one of the few that actually survives his tenure.
  • Badass
    • Badass Grandpa: He's been around since the events of Megatron: Origin.
  • The Big Guy
  • Demoted to Extra: By virtue of being the only member of the older Wrecker's team who hasn't gone onto doing anything significant. Whirl's gotten a huge role in MTMTE, Roadbuster got to star in a short story, and Sandstorm had his major role in Punishment. Only Rack'n'Ruin hasn't gone onto do much but they're dead, and even then they had a bit of focus during Orion Pax's spotlight. Funnily enough, Broadside is also one of the few to not get a new toy.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's pretty competent as Mission Control.
  • Mission Control: In Transformers: Robots in Disguise.


  • Adaptational Villainy: By the time Transformers: Punishment rolls around, he's become an extrajudicial killer in the vein of Impactor in this miniseries.
  • Ascended Extra: While little more than a background character here, the Punishment miniseries gives him a central role as the antagonist.
  • Big Bad: Of Transformers: Punishment.
  • Fallen Hero
  • Foreshadowing: The only member of the Pova unit who doesn't try to get Springer to acquit them of war crimes. John Barber ran with this in the Punishment miniseries.
  • History Repeats: Impactor's massacre of Squadron X is a major plot point of this series. Fast-forward to Punishment, and guess what Sandstorm is doing?
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Pretty much his whole MO in Punishment.
  • Vigilante Execution: Performs a whole slew of these on war criminals in the Punishment miniseries.


  • Ascended Extra: Not here, but in Spotlight: Orion Pax, where we hear them speak for the first time in this continuity.
  • Black Comedy: Thanks to him (them?), there's always been a spot of confusion as to whether or not the Wreckers' survival rate is 38% or 42%.
  • Coordinated Clothes: Both olive-green and yellow, and with sensory deprivation helmets covering their faces.
  • Handicapped Badass: Blew out their transformation cogs eons ago, never bothered getting them fixed.
  • Heel-Face Turn
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Rack has an anvil for a hand, Ruin has a Hammer. Ruin also has a disfigured face.
  • Irony: They were horrified by the thought of combining with the other.
  • Killed Off for Real
  • Minion with an F in Evil: Used to be Decepticons, before the war really got started.
  • Mysterious Past: We don't know how they ended up fused together, or... anything about them, really.
    • We do know there was a third brother, but that he died, and that Rack joined the Wreckers first.
  • Soap Opera Disease: Implied to be what forced them to become conjoined, and what ultimately killed them.
  • Posthumous Character


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Look at you. All brittle bones and ligaments and red, red ventricles, so sticky-soft and bendable... I wonder what noise you'll make when I pop your seams?


Let's just say I had an epiphany. I watched too many people make choices and realized I had one of my own to make.


Now, I really think it's time that one of you died.

Squadron X


The open graves, the torture chambers... All just hollow theatrics. This is an exercise in provocation.



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