BLURR

Affiliation: Autobot
Home Planet: Cybertron
Base Planet: Speed

Galaxy Force name: プラー

First cartoon appearance: 
episode 3, several cameo appearances in vehicle mode...

First Comics Appearance: 
none

another pic, toy robot mode

Official character text from packaging... 

A former race champion, BLURR retired years ago and has since made a career coaching younger speedsters in the subtleties of racing. He is a tough teacher, with a gruff personality that often comes across as bad-tempered to those who donít know him. Long-time students of his know, however, that his demanding temperament hides a gentle Spark. He is tough on those who come to him for training because he takes their successes and failures personally, and he requires no less of his students Ė and himself - than their best.

Cyber Planet Key Code: d0y2
This toy is actually an homage to the Generation One super-speedy Transformer Blurr. Blurr was introduced in 1986 in the original theatrical release of Transformers: the Movie and served under the command of Ultra Magnus and later Rodimus Prime. Blurr is the fastest Autobot known and was known for talking too fast for anyone to even understand what he was saying. Blurr also was in almost every episode of the Generation One TV series season three, and this is his first reincarnation into a modern Transformers toy line!

Profile, Abilities & Weaknesses:  
Will be added/edited as more information about the character becomes available...

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Bibliography of significant appearances:
Cybertron episode #s to be added later.

Other appearances: Clearly this figure is intended to be a new version of the G1 original.  The fast talking 'movie star Blurr' made his his debut in Transformers the Movie, 1986.  A targetmaster version was released one year later, slightly remolded (larger hand holes to accomodate larger gun handle, and hole in top of vehicle mode also to accommodate gun)  There was also a Blurr Autobot character released in 2003 as part of the TF:Armada line, presumably not the same individual.