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The name or term Barricade refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Barricade (disambiguation).


Barricade is the leader of the Destruction Team, five super-energon-powered military vehicles who combine to form the mighty Bruticus Maximus.


Japanese name: Onslaught


Fiction

Energon cartoon continuity

Voice actor: Trevor Devall (English), Makoto Yasumura (Japanese)

Barricade and the Destruction Team took part in a bazaar tag team tournament with Steamhammer and the Construction Team against Superion Maximus. They immediately combined in Bruticus Maximus and Constructicon Maximus. Distribution

Note: "Distribution" is the only episode that Barricade is seen as an individual, all other times he is the torso to Bruticus Maximus.


Toys

Energon

  • Barricade (Deluxe, 2005)
    • Team ID number: D5
EnergonBarricade toy

Scattorshot's big brother

Barricade transforms into an eight-wheeled armored personnel carrier with a rear-mounted (non-firing) missile rack that turns and elevates. He also forms the torso to the Bruticus Maximus combiner robot, capable of using any "Powerlinx Combiner" limb-robot combination thanks to the universal connector points used for the Air Team, Destruction Team and Construction Team toys.
  • Bruticus (Multi-pack, 2004)
    • Japanese ID number: SD-21
In Japan, Barricade (aka "Onslaught") was only available as part of a complete set of all five Destruction Team members, never as an individual. The Takara version of Barricade generally uses lighter plastic colors than the Hasbro version, plus has different paint application layouts in places.

Universe

  • Barricade (Deluxe, 2005)
Barricade was repackaged on a Universe-themed card (but still in the longer-than-tall configuration) and sold through discount chains in the US like Big Lots!. No mention of his combining ability is made on the cardback.


Notes

  • For reasons unknown, Barricade is the only one of the three Powerlinx Combiner leaders to not have an online profile, and one of the few above-Basic toys period to not get one.

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