Motto"Through stillness you will find truth."
ProfileProwl is dark, sleek, agile, mysterious, and the ninja of the team. He speaks only when he has to, and even then as briefly as possible. Of all the Autobots, he's the most skilled in direct combat. A natural spy, Prowl can infiltrate most any location unseen and unheard, so he's used for reconnaissance more than any other Autobot. He is a bot of very little talk and much action. He's unflappable, precise and has developed a keen interest in organic life.
Character BioProwl is the silent ninja of the team; he only speaks when he has to and it is as brief as possible. Of all the Autobots he is the most skilled in direct combat, he is a natural spy and can infiltrate without being detected. Prowl is the Autobot of little talk and a lot of action.
Robot Mode PowerProwl's main weapon are his throwing shuriken, bladed weapons that hurl through the air (always returning like a boomerang). He has a myriad of these at the base, and uses them when needed. Some are separated, super charged, others Energon based. Prowl also possesses powerful jump jets that allow him short burst of flight.
Prowl is an expert in camouflaging himself. He can turn virtually any object into a weapon. He also has keener senses-higher rez everything-than the other Autobots.
Television Series InformationFirst Appearance: Episode 1: Transform and Roll Out!
Voiced by: Jeff Bennett
Voice Actor Bio:
In addition to his multiple roles in Transformers Animated, Bennett voices the role of Raj in Cartoon Network’s Emmy Award-winning series Camp Lazlo. His voice credits include the title role on Cartoon Network’s original series Johnny Bravo, as well as recurring roles in Class of 3000, Dexter’s Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Histeria! and Where’s Waldo? Bennett lent his voice and sense of humor to Captain Hook’s loyal first mate, Smee, in Return to Neverland, as well as Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain and Batman: The Animated Series.
ReviewIn the Transformers universe, more than one warrior has been thrown at us which had an alt mode of a motorcycle. Every time, something just didn't add up. For Animated, they give yet another shot at a bike. This review covers Prowl, a combat trained master of Circuit-Su who prefers the quiet beauties of the universe. Read Review
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