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The name or term Scrapper refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Scrapper (disambiguation).
Scrapper is a Decepticon Constructicon from the live-action film continuity family.

Scrapper is a Decepticon and part of the Constructicons. He transforms into a Front Load Shovel and the right arm of Devastator.



===Revenge of the Fallen===In the movie it appears that scrappers weapons are; a wierd crab claw type thingy on his right arm and on his left is a extending mace/hand like movie one megatrons. He chases Sam Witwicky and Mikaela Banes with other Decepticons. He uses his flail to break the bridge on which Sam and Mikaela were running through and shoot missiles during Scorponok's underground charge at Jetfire. When the Air Force carpet bombed the area, Scrapper tried to escape but was consumed in the explosions and killed. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Revenge of the Fallen: The Game

A Constructicon very much like Scrapper is an enemy in the Autobot campaign, and is one of the toughest drones to defeat. His weapons in this campaign is the claw (explaned in the paragraph above) it shoots a flat yellow lazer kind of like starscreams special abilities primary gun only his one is red. His secondary weapon is a set of small rockets.


  • Scrapper (Legends, 2009)
Scrapper, now a Legends class figure, transforms into a front loader. He forms Devastator's right arms. In Japan he is a seperate release from the other Constructicons. In America, he will be packed in a giftset with the others.

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