The name or term Wreckage refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Wreckage (disambiguation).
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Specifics: Toys, comic appearances

Wreckage is a Mini-Con from the Armada portion of the Unicron Trilogy continuity family.

Wrecking and ruling is difficult when your hands are bas-reliefs.

Wreckage leads the Land Military Mini-Con Team, possibly the hardiest, most skilled rag-tag band of Mini-misfits their race has produced. And in battle or in the planning stages, he's one of the best. A pragmatic 'bot, Wreckage has never really allowed the Team to permanently side with any group throughout the war, doing jobs for whoever he decides best suits their interests at the time. But he's got principles too, and as the war rages on, he finds he might have to pick a side and stick with it soon.

Japanese name: Shot


Animated continuity

Armada cartoon

Armada LandMilitary TV

Not part of SKAR! Wreckage is in the middle.

After the Exodus crashed on Earth, Wreckage lay dormant until being found and reactivated by the Decepticons. Once he was reunited with Bonecrusher and Knock Out, however, the team eventually sent a signal to contact the Mini-Cons recovered by the Autobots. This ultimately led to a confrontation in which the Land Military Team, as well as many of the other Decepticon Mini-Cons, chose to join the Autobot side. Wreckage and the others remained with the Autobots, eventually following them to Cybertron and coming together to fight their evil creator Unicron.

Dreamwave comics continuity


Wreckage and the Land Military Team were captured and altered by the Decepticons to be used as weapons of conquest millions of years ago. They escaped aboard the Exodus with most other Mini-Cons, and declared themselves free agents upon reactivating on Earth. Nonetheless, at the request of Alexis, Carlos and Rad, they freed Jolt, Longarm and Sparkplug from Decepticon captivity and helped them save the Autobots from the Decepticons.

Later they were taken against their will to Dualor's moonbase. Following the destruction and abandonment of the moonbase, the Land Military Team stayed with the Autobots, where they were instrumental in separating Star Saber from Megatron's grip after he used it to destroy the invading Galvatron.

Finally, Wreckage joined with all other active Mini-Cons in returning to Cybertron and activating Over-Run's Mini-Con Matrix, incapacitating Unicron and leading to his destruction.

Panini comics

Wreckage, Knock Out and Bonecrusher were recovered in 1959 by the US government in Las Vegas. They were converted into remote-control military equipment by the Extra-Terrestrial Response Division, but overrode their control long enough to give a message to Rev Amos Hume before being recaptured. After the ETRD's funding was cut decades later, former technicians Quint and Hathaway attempted to auction the Mini-Cons off. The transaction was interrupted by the arrival of an Autobot shuttle carrying the Air Defense Mini-Con Team and their human friends, whom Hume had contacted upon seeing images of the Transformers on television. Knock Out and the others then presumably joined the Autobots.



  • Land Military Mini-Con Team (Basic, 2002/2003)
    • Japanese ID number: MM-03
    • Accessories: 2 missiles
Wreckage transforms into a tank with twin pressure-launch missile launchers. These launchers become his robot-mode arms.
This mold was also used to make Fetch and Cybertron Tankor.
  • Ironhide & Search with Land Military Microns (Multi-pack, 2003)
    • Japanese ID number: MS-03
    • Accessories: 2 missiles
The Land Military Team were available in Japan both as an individual team, and in a multi-pack with Demolishor.
  • Land Military Microns X-Dimension(Basic, 2003)
    • Japanese ID number: MM-08
    • Accessories: 2 missiles
A limited-edition (but still normal retail) redecoof the Land Military Team
  • Shot Ultimate Edition (Mini-Con, 2003)
    • Accessories: 2 missiles
A limited edition of the Team was available as giveaway items in Japanese Toys "R" Us stores, one randomly-selected with the purchase of any Micron Legend toy in January 2003, and then again in March with the purchase of any Super-Con (Deluxe) size toy. In May, they were made available again with the purchase of either the large Optimus Prime toy or Megatron at the “Hello Mac” store chain.
  • Shot Night Attack Edition (Basic, 2003)
    • Accessories: 2 missiles
Identical to the US release of the Night Attack Mini-Con Team, one random member of team was given free at Japanese Toys "R" Us stores with the purchase of any Micron Legend product during April.


  • Although Wreckage's missile launchers clearly had actual arms molded onto them, the artists on the Armada comic book drew the launchers themselves as his arms, with the front gaps working as pincer-hands.

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