Wind Sheer (Transformers)
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Wind Sheer is the name of three fictional character from the Transformers series. The original Wind Sheer was introduced in 2001 as part of the Transformers: Robots in Disguise toy line. The second Wind Sheer was a Mini-Con with the Transformers: Aramda toy line.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise
Wind Sheer is fast and flashy as he slices the sky at supersonic speed, doing acrobatic maneuvers when a simple flight would do. He'll take risks just to show off his skill and not care who gets into trouble with him. He loves to talk about how great he is, and only his speed and skill keep the other Decepticons from grounding him - permanently.
- Robots in Disguise Wind Sheer (2001)
Wind Sheer has enhanced stealth capabilities. In robot mode, each of his hands contains an energy blaster of mid-level strength.
Bio: Along with Wheel jack, Windsheer was once an idealistic young Autobot. The two were brave and dedicated warriors for the cause, until Wheeljack's perceived betrayal at the hands of Hot Shot. Unable to accept his close friend's abandonment, Windsheer bitterly agreed to cross sides and fight alongside the Decepticons to get revenge. Although he has more visible doubts about the decision than Wheel jack, Windsheer is dedicated to standing by his friend regardless of the consequences.
Weapons and Abilities: Subject possesses average levels of strength and intelligence, but amazing aerial speed. His jet mode is specially designed to make it more effective at stealth and espionage missions, two areas that Subject excels at. In robot mode, each of his hands contains an energy blaster of mid-level strength.Weaknesses: Subject's devotion to his friends makes him easy to take advantage of, but Wheeljack is always looking out to make sure his partner isn't being -.. manipulated by the other Decepticons.
According to his biography he once fought alongside the Autobots, but when Wheeljack was betrayed he agreed to follow Wheeljack to the side of the Decepticons.
- Armada Wind Sheer (2003)
- This toy was recolored into Shattered Glass Whisper
The third character to carry the name Wind Sheer was a Decepticon who turned into a jet, released in 2004.
- Universe Wind Sheer (2004)
- A repaint of Hooligan and Transformers: Generation 2 Jetfire; was later reused for Ricochet and R-Blade.