Transformers Universe MUX
The name or term Bumblebee refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Bumblebee (disambiguation).
The least likely can be the most dangerous.

BUMBLEBEE is the Autobots' little brother. He's small, eager, and brace, and at times can be a bit of a smart-alek. Yet for all his wisecracks, he obviously idolizes the bigger robots, especially Optimus Prime and Prowl. He is useful as a messenger and spy, as he can go where other vehicles would not dare because he doesn't look threatening, not to mention his small size allows him to take routes larger vehicles can't traverse. His lack of physical strength can be a problem in battle, but his fuel efficiency and visual acuity more than make up for it. His adapatability to water enviroments make him very useful for underwater reconnaissance and salvage operations.


Canonical/Pre-MUX/Theme History:

Bumblebee was one of the original Autobots to arrive on Earth in the Ark. He quickly formed a long-lasting friendship with Spike Witwicky.


MUX History:

After spying on Cobra's activities in Europe, Bumblebee returned to Autobot City to take over intelligence operations as Espionage Director.

During the Decepticon occupation of Autobot city in 2014, he was part of an underground resistance that sabotaged Decepticon efforts to entrench themselves in the city.

Bumblebee was part of the crew on the ill-fated maiden voyage of the Spirit of Freedom.

OOC Notes







  • "Hero's End" - The war is approaching an end. Several millennia have passed since the first humans met up with the Autobots. Those humans are now a blip on the timeline of the Autobot/Decepticon conflict. But for those who where there during that fateful year (1984), their presence has never gone away. Here's the story of one such human - and how a standard mission suddenly turned into his fateful end.


AU-Bumblebee is @emitted by BZero.


Is this all there is?!!

This character article is a stub and is missing information. You can help Transformers Universe MUX by expanding it.