Elephant formers?

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  1. Drift

    Drift Banned

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    Are the only elephant tfs Beast was Ironhide, may sound wierd but just wanta know.
     
  2. blunghole

    blunghole The Tapeworm of Unicron!

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    Universe Nemesis Prime, although technically he's a mammoth.
     
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    Torca is half of one.

    Technically RiD Gigatron has a pachyderm mode and this guy.
     
  4. Crazy Ramjetty

    Crazy Ramjetty marvel's got it good

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    universe nemesis prime was a repaint of big convoy who was a mammoth, related to elephants but not the same. I'm not sure if shuffler is an elephant or a mastodon
     
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    BW/G1 Ironhide's Japanese Beast Wars 2 counterpart Santon is a Elephant too.
     
  6. Kaje

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    As is Elephorca.
     
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    I was just thinking the other day how few Elephant based TFs there have been, which is strange as its such an awesome animal - I once saw some footage of rural construction work in India, and one was using its trunk to lift a fallen tree!
     

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