Transformers: Generation 1
Moonracer is a female Autobot.
Moonracer first appeared in The Transformers episode "The Search for Alpha Trion" as one of the troops under the command of Elita One on Cybertron. She participated on a raid on Shockwave's energon supply with Chromia and Firestar, only to end up caught in a trap after she attempted to take more Energon cubes. She and her comrades managed to escape, but not before they were seen by Shockwave, who dispatched one of his robot drones to follow them. Their base was later attacked by the Decepticons, but they escaped and linked up with the Autobots, with Moonracer reuniting with her old comrade (and possible boyfriend) Powerglide. After Alpha Trion established a new headquarters for the female Autobots, they bid farewell to their male counterparts; Moonracer and her comrades never appeared in the series again.
Elita One, Chromia, Firestar and Moonracer appeared briefly in the final issue of Dreamwave Productions Generation One series among the female Transformers sent by the Quintessons to Cybertron. Although they were supposed to be characters in the next plot arc involving the return of Optimus Prime, the company's closing left this story unfinished.
- Timelines Basic Chromia (2005)
- A Botcon exclusive. This toy was originally intended to be Moonracer, but when Hasbro didn't aprove of the name the Transformers Collectors Club renamed the toy Chromia. This toy was later repurposed as Moonracer for Fun Publications fiction.
- Hasbro Transformers: Generations Power of the Primes Deluxe Moonracer (unreleased)
Moonracer appeared in Transformers: The Covenant of Primus, in which she helped Elita One prevent "crazy people" from interrupting the lighting of the well of Archon.
In Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2015), following Great War and restoration of Cybertron, Moonracer was one of the many Autobots blacklisted by the new High Council for being a supporter of Optimus Prime.
- Pete Sinclair & Jesse Wittenrich (October/November 2011). "Battle Lines Part 5". Transformers Collectors Club Magazine 1 (41): 10-15.
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