Revolver Core

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Revolver Core
FansProject character
Warbot Revolver Core Box
Created by

Release number

Species Transformer, Soleron


Alpha Core
Alternate mode

Armored car and driver

Revolver Core is a fictional character and third-party Transformer homage to Generation 1 Roadbuster made by FansProject in 2014 as part of their Warbot line.


Revolver Core is a third-party Transformer. He is an homage to the 1986 Transformers Autobot Roadbuster.


Images of Revolver Core were previewed at TFcon 2013's Third Party Panel.[1]

Revolver Core was released in limited numbers in Hong Kong store Action Robo in March 2014.

Reprolabels released a set of Roadbuster themed labels for Revolver Core in April 2014. released a full biography for Revolver Core and Project Upgrade on their web site in February 2016.[2]


In October 2013 the A3U Review show displayed a prototype of Revolver Core.[3]

The Retro Robot Radio podcast for October 12th, 2013 covered Revolver Core in the news.[4]

The WTF@TFW podcast for November 22nd, 2013 selected Revolver Core as one of the New Picture Picks.[5]

Fictional biography

A veteran of nearly every major conflict since the singularity. REVOLVER has a unique view of the universe, might makes right. From his perspective, a warrior’s skill in the art of close combat shows their conviction and through that the righteousness of their cause. One on one Revolver is said to have no equal. It is whispered amongst the Betas that even the fabled Skycrow would not face him in close quarters.

He has little use for words, feeling that actions speak much more succinctly, few have ever been able to glean more than a field report or an acknowledgment of an order from him making his life story mysterious even to those he fights alongside. His apparent disdain for stagnation both in his training and constantly changing assortment of armaments has made for an unusual friendship with the Soleron engineer Razer, Revolver truly seems to appreciate the small warriors joy in weapons-smiting and is always willing to try out a new experimental weapons system in live combat environments.

It would be a mistake to assume just because Revolver chooses to fight hand to hand that a long range assault is a preferable tactic, much to dismay of many an Beta and innumerable members of the horde, Revolver is more than capable of waging a crushing long range engagement. he simply finds it far too easy.

It has become clear that Revolver is seeking out the horde, venturing deeper and deeper into Crystallon controlled space alone, coming back increasingly damaged but seemingly more determined every time. Whatever he may be searching for... woe betide any being standing in his way.

According to the biography for Recoiler Core and Riftshot Core, Project Ground Hammer was as conceived as a way to provide Revolver Core with field assistance to support his clandestine operations.

FansProject comics

Revolver appears in the story "Destroyer" by FansProject, a comic included with Defender. In this comic he goes into battle beside his allies Defender, Recoiler and Riftshot.


  • Reprolabels Wreckers Symbols (2009)
A set of Wreckers themed Autobot faction symbols.[6]
  • FansProject WB004 Warbot Revolver Core (2014)
A new mold by FansProject. Turns from robot to half-track and driver. Stands about 7 inches tall. Comes with a driver and assorted weapons.
Recolver Core was remolded into Recoiler Core and Riftshot Core.
  • Reprolabels Labels for FP Revolver (2014)
A set of labels intended to make Revolver Core look more like Generation 1 Roadbuster. Includes Autobot faction symbols.[7]



  4. Mathew Robert Ignash (October 12th, 2013). "Retro Robot Radio". (Podcast). RetroRobotRadio. 
  5. Vangelus (November 22nd, 2013). "WTF@TFW". (Podcast). TFW2005. 

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