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The name or term Warpath refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Warpath (disambiguation).
- Warpath is an Autobot from the Transformers Animated continuity family.
Warpath is about as serious as those who want to get rid of the funnys here. Well, the funny stays.
Warpath is member of the Cybertronian Elite Guard with an attitude, and a big gun.
||Any Autobot that won't fight Decepticons is no better than a 'con himself.
—"Five Servos of Doom"
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- Voice actor: David Kaye (English)
Get the Zing Zang heck out of here.
In one of Prowl's flashbacks, Warpath is taking a younger, more rebellious Prowl to Master Yoketron after the bot tries to escape particpation in the Autobot-Decepticon War. Warpath makes it clear that those who don't fight the Decepticons aren't any better than the 'Cons themselves. Prowl gives him some lip and he is tempted to take him on, until Yoketron tells Warpath that he had it under control. Warpath leaves grumbling about Prowl being a "draft dodging peacenik" but not without uttering a "bam, pow" first. Five Servos of Doom
Warpath appeared to have been a casualty of the Great War TransWarped
But since he seems to have survived, having been present for the parade heralding Sentinel Prime (Animated)'s return and rise to Magnus. Decepticon Air
LOOK AT ME IN THE CORNER NOW!
He was in the crowd to welcome Optimus Prime and his crew on their triumphant return their prisoner Megatron and his captive army. Endgame, Part II
- Warpath is based on his Generation One counterpart including his habit of saying explosion onomatopoeia, though this no longer dominates his speech. He is also much larger than his G1 counterpart, with a more serious personality.
- Warpath is the second Autobot in Transformers Animated to have a gun, after the walking arsenal that is Omega Supreme.
- While undersized in the episode "Decepticon Air", he was back to his original size when he saw the Earth Autobots coming back to Cybertron. Endgame, Part II