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Delta Seeker is a Autobot from the Robot Masters portion of the Generation One continuity family.
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Delta Seeker, also known as D-Seeker, is one crafty Cyberjet. He has been nicknamed "the battlefield magician", due to his teleportation ability and other unique skills. He hopes to convince his former friend X-Gunner to return to the Autobots. Unfortunately, X-Gunner has become obsessed with the idea of crushing Delta Seeker in combat so he can take his former ally's "Gauntlet Frame" missile launcher to upgrade his own, so a switch back to the side of the "good guys" would seem...unlikely.


FictionEdit

Robot Masters online mini-comicsEdit

Starscream, Wing Stun and X-Gunner approached the patrolling Autobots Optimus Primal, R-Blade and Delta Seeker, and apparently wanted to have a test of air-speed. Leaving Optimus in their wake, the five jet-form Transformers took off, with the Decepticons ahead. R-Blade used a special spinning technique to get ahead of the Decepticons, and generated a smokescreen, giving Delta Seeker the chance to knock all three out of the sky.

TimelinesEdit

Delta Seeker is one of countless "offworlders" residing in Axiom Nexus. Gone Too Far


ToysEdit

Robot MastersEdit

  • Delta Seeker vs. X-Gunner (Two-pack, 2004)
    • Japanese ID number: RM-20
    • Accessories: Missile
With a vehicle mode of an F-117A Nighthawk, Delta Seeker is a redeco of the Cyberjet Skyjack in black and blue, with yellow stripes and red details. His right claw-arm fires his missile using a simple pressure-launch system. His wings each have a "clip" on the underside to store Cyberjet missiles. He was only available in a two-pack with the Decepticon X-Gunner.
This mold was also used for the Generation 2 and Universe versions of Air Raid, and his Japanese doppelganger Aero Raid.


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