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Full Name: Brunt
Species: Ferengi
Gender: Male
Born: 24th century
Affiliation: Ferengi Alliance
Occupation: Commissioner, Ferengi Commerce Agency
Previous Assignment: Liquidator, F.C.A.
Congress of Economic Advisors
Assignment: Business Partner with Gaila
Office Held: Grand Nagus (Acting) of the Ferengi Alliance
In Office: 2374
Preceded By: Zek
Succeeded By: Zek

Brunt (played by Jeffrey Combs) was a Commissioner of the Ferengi Commerce Agency in the 2370s.



In 2366, Brunt served as an adjunct to Trotta, an official at the Ferengi Futures Exchange. (SCE eBook Buying Time)

In 2371, Brunt met Quark for the first time, during an investigation into his mother Ishka's business deals. He developed a deep dislike for the bartender, feeling he and his family were dangerous to the Ferengi race. (DS9: "Family Business")

In 2376, Brunt gained a seat on the new Ferengi Congress of Economic Advisors instituted by former Grand Nagus Zek. Brunt unsuccessfully attempted to have Grand Nagus Rom removed from office with a scheme devised by Brunt and a Ferengi businessman named Dav, Rom's former father-in-law. After the failure, Brunt not only was expelled from the Congress, he also got stripped of his business license. Only after Quark's cousin Gaila offered to make Brunt a business partner was he able to get back on his feet. (WoDS9 novel Ferenginar: Satisfaction is Not Guaranteed)

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  • WODSN3: Ferenginar: Satisfaction is Not Guaranteed

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about Trypticon's tank drone. For Trypticon's car drone, see Full-Tilt.
Brunt is a Decepticon in the Generation One continuity family.
Brunt - F.C.A.!

Brunt is a tank that splits into several towers of Trypticon's city mode (plus a couple of leftover pieces). In battle station mode, Trypticon uses Brunt's turret as his main cannon. Though the towers and/or cannon have been seen in each of the continuities Trypticon has appeared in, the tank mode is a much rarer sight. Only two universes acknowledge Brunt's separate existence, and even then just as a mindless drone.



The Transformers manga

After Trypticon laid the smack down on Metroplex (who was filled with human children) and Full-Tilt made short work of Scamper, Brunt was deployed in order to deliver the finishing blow to Autobot City. Full-Tilt would have fired Brunt, too, had Six-Gun not intervened. Defeating Full-Tilt, Six-Gun took command of Brunt and fired him at Trypticon, injuring the Decepticon so much as to cause Galvatron to order a retreat.

Because Brunt is that powerful. The Transformers issue 3

Dreamwave G1 comic

Brunt is one of two "battlefield drones" controlled by Trypticon, the other being Full-Tilt. More Than Meets The Eye


Generation One

  • Trypticon (Decepticon City, 1986/1987)
Japanese ID number: D-63
Brunt's only independent mode is a tank. The "transformation" is simply a split into five pieces, three of which are used as towers in Trypticon's city mode. In battle station mode, only the turret remains as Trypticon's main cannon.

External links

  • Brunt (on Trypticon's page) at TFU.info1

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