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Gulf is a Decepticon Seacon from the Masterforce portion of the Generation One continuity family.
He's brimming with excitement.

Gulfs (ガルフ Garufu) are mindless drone warriors commanded by the villainous Turtler. Their primary function is to be mass-produced, disposable cannon-fodder to keep the Autobot rank-and-file occupied while the big baddies are doing more sinister things.

The Gulfs can combine with their fellow Seacons to form King Poseidon.

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Fiction

Super-God Masterforce cartoon

No, really. HE WANTS TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE TRANSFORMERS.
I want to tell you about the Transformers!

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Super-God Masterforce comic

Toys

Super-God Masterforce

  • Galph [sic] (Seacon, 1988)
    • Japanese ID number: D-316
    • Accessories: Left & right rifles, large rifle, connector, weapon stand base
Identical to the Hasbro Seacon Skalor, "Galph" transforms into a robotic coelacanth-monster. Its rifles can be mounted on its beast-mode back around its dorsal fin. These rifles also connect to form the double-barreled business end of the Gulf's artillery mode.
As a Scramble City style combiner, Gulf can form any limb to any combination of similar-construction super robots (or be used in its cannon mode as a hand-weapon provided the super robot uses the King Poseidon fists), but its nominal placement is as the right leg of King Poseidon.
This mold was also used to make Coelagon.
  • King Poseidon (Gift set, 1988)
    • Japanese ID number: D-318
In Japan, all six Seacons were available both as individuals, and in a complete boxed set.


Trivia

  • None of the Masterforce Seacons were ever depicted in robot mode in the cartoon or manga. They went from critter to super-robot-part and that's it. (Well, okay, the limb-bots often went to "smoldering pile of scrap metal" too.) The packaging art is basically the only "fictional" depiction of a Gulf in robot mode.

External links

  • Gulf (well, Skalor) at TFU.info

This article uses material from the "Gulf" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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