Name - Saberback Japanese Name - セイバーバック (Saberback) Japanese Number - D-30/VS-30 (with Corahda) Tech Spec - Faction - Destron Tech Spec - Sub Group - N/A Tech Spec - Function - Illusionist Tech Spec - Motto - N/A Tech Spec - Official Bio - Saberback is mysterious. He is deceitful and cunning. Using his tail he camouflages as a flower to lure the enemy. Laserburn shoots out from his opened Triple-Claw, which are the sharp talons on his right hand. One of his favourite pastime is to make fun of Sling. Tech Spec - Strength - 7 Tech Spec - Intelligence - 6 Tech Spec - Speed - 4 Tech Spec - Endurance - 8 Tech Spec - Rank - 8 Tech Spec - Courage - 5 Tech Spec - Firepower - 7 Tech Spec - Skill - 8 Toy Info - Status (Released, Not Released, Cancelled, Delayed) -Released Toy Info - Release Date - Year - 1999 Toy Info - Release Date - Month Toy Info - Wave Toy Info - Original Price - 1800yen(VS-30 - 3280yen) Toy Info - Size Class - Deluxe Toy Info - Suggested Age - 5+ Toy Info - Assortment Number Toy Info - Product Number Toy Info - UPC/Barcode Number Toy Info - DPCI Numbers Toy Info - Per Case Toy Info - Reissues - None Toy Info - Recolors/Reuses - Recolours - Beast Machines Dinobot Striker (Hasbro, 2000), Armada Dinobot Snarl (Wal*Mart exclusive, Hasbro, 2003), Universe Dinobot Striker (Hasbro, 2003) Toy Info - Toy Variants Toy Info - Part Variants Toy Info - Package Variants Toy Info - Additional Info Cartoon / Movie - Overview - There's only one thing that matters to Saberback when making judgements. Is it beautiful, or is it not? He wants to conduct battles according to his sense of beauty, though taking all credits whenever possible is also "beautiful" in Saberback's book, so naturally other Destron soldiers tend to ignore his shriek of "That's not beautiful!!". Cartoon / Movie - Voice Actor - Kazuki Yao Cartoon / Movie - Appearances Cartoon / Movie - Sounds Episodes - Beast Wars Neo Appearances - 01. Move Out, Big Convoy 02. Get the Mysterious Capsule 03. Burning Spirit Below Freezing 04. Hang in there, Stampy 05. Mirage in the Sand 06. Dinosaur Combiner Magmatron 07. Battle in the Midst of the Labyrinth 08. Danger of the Black Hole 09. Sub-Commander Longrack 10. Whoa! We've Got Eaten 11. Planet of Time 12. Lonely Hydra 13. Break is Destron? 14. Voyager Journal 15. Mach Kick Enlists!? 16. Planet of the Ultimate Weapon 17. Troubled DNAVI 18. Headlong Randy 19. Physicist Bump 20. Hardhead is Hardheaded 21. Duel in the Deep Sea!! 22. The Stolen Gung-Ho 23. Drill Sergent Survive 24. New Warriors, Assemble! 25. The Mysterious Beast Warrior!? 26. Plundered Capsules 27. Pursue the Blentrons! 28. Furious Magmatron 29. Illusion? Lio Convoy 30. Unicron Returns!? 31. Unicron's Ambition 32. Fight! Cybertron 33. The End of Cybertrons!? 34. The Final Battle 35. Graduation!! Comics - IDW Overview Comics - IDW Appearances Comics - Kodansha Comic Bom Bom (by Shoji Imaki) Review - Review Review - Authors Name Review - Overall Score Parts - Figure Type - Dinosaur (Stegosaurus) Parts - Primary Figure Color - Grey Parts - Body Armor -------(Yes/No) ---(If so, the primary color) Parts - Other -------(Yes/No) ---(If so, the primary color) - Dino tail/Triple-Claw (Grey, Yellow) Parts - Additional Info Other - (Any other info on the toy or character) - Claw Trap Mode - He buries himself in the ground, then camouflage as a flower to surprise the enemy. Unsuspected enemy cannot escape from the sharp claws, but occasionally he falls asleep while hiding underground and misses the enemy. Images; edit; In Comic Bom Bom manga, Saberback can create drones by shooting out a vine.