Transformers Universe MUX
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This page is for the destructive messenger Slugfest. For his equally-dimwitted-but-lovable Shattered Glass counterpart, see Slugfest (SG)
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Expect betrayal and your friends won't disappoint you.

Slugfest is as lumbering and dim-witted as he looks. The Decepticons can only count on him to do the simplest of tasks, which means he's usually limited to carrying messages in his cassette mode. This arrangement would be fine if Slugfest wasn't so nosy. Invariably, he plays back the messages for himself before he delivers them, and then misinterprets them to be about himself. This sends him into violent rages, since he hates when others talk behind his back. At such times, he attacks anyone and anything, friend or foe. Only force or lack of fuel stops him. Very often the end result of one of these tantrums is the inadvertent destruction of the message he carries, as well as any small towns that happen to get in the way.

In cassette mode, Slugfest has a vast data storage capacity. He can record and store up to 1.2 billion bits of data via visual, audio and electrical inputs. In stegosaurus mode, he can use the armored plates on his back like the teeth of a chainsaw to cut through virtually any substance. He carries two side-mounted solar-powered vibro-cannons. When fully charged (after at least an hour's exposure to sunlight), the vibro-cannons can shoot beams of harmonic sonic energy that can shatter a bridge.

In addition to being slow and stupid, Slugfest is prone to jamming when he's playing back messages in his cassette mode. In stegosaurus mode, his leg joints often lock into place, hobbling or even immobilizing him.

Micro-Cassette Mode

History

Canonical/Pre-MUX/Theme History:

Eject! Operation: Illustration.

On the MUX, Slugfest was built on Earth by Soundwave in 1987.

MUX History:

Slugfest remains one of Soundwave's tape messengers on Earth. On Friday, May 24th, 2013, several Cobra, G.I. Joe, and Transformer individuals, including Slugfest, disappeared from all over the world, awaking in the past. However, after helping to fix a problem threatening to alter the timeline, they were returned to the present.

02Jul2013 - Nightlash appeared at Cobra's Camp Daraa, in Syria. No combat ensued, however, talks became tense when Slugfest appeared as a stowaway aboard Nightlash's drone. She was, rather sternly, asked to depart the area and not return.

On Labor Day, 2013, he took part in destroying the LA Quintesson Spiral from within.

In 2016, he took part in an attack on the Three Gorges Dam in China.

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OOC Notes

Logs

2011

2012

2013

the inadvertant destruction of their homeworld, Quintessa. Their Warships laid waste to the city of Los Angeles, dropping legions of Sharkticons throughout the city. Despite the efforts of Autobots, Decepticons, and Cobra, their flagship, the Bellum, descended and took up residence in the city ruins.

destroying all the Spirals, save for the Bellum. Cut off from their allies, the Quintessons mount a fierce defense against Earth's last assault against them.

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2021

What If? Universes

Autobot World

Dataslug mode

In the Autobot World universe, Slugfest is a spy who works for Valour (under Soundwave, out of Polyhex). He uses his cute, non-threatening appearance to lure Autobots, neutrals, and members of rival Decepticon factions into trusting or ignoring him, and then records their conversations for later playback.

Players

As of 2016, Slugfest officially belongs to Shebakoby, who'd been temping him since at least 2011.

References

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