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Longrack (BW)

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The name or term "Longrack" refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Longrack (disambiguation).
Longrack is a Maximal from the Beast Wars Neo portion of the Generation 1continuity family.
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"The pole up that man's ass must have a pole up its ass!"

The best way to describe Longrack (ロングラック Rongurakku) is that he's the kind of cadet who runs for Student Council President because he believes that the job really matters, darn it all. A stickler for rules and protocol, expect to see him issuing demerits to other Maximals while delivering "you'll thank me for this, someday" rhetoric. Longrack is talky, annoying, over-serious, and has a stick up his tailpipe as long as his beast mode's neck. The "Brainy Smurf" of Big Convoy's crew, Longrack means well, but that doesn't stop him from being a major tool, or getting into spats with the less-serious-minded among the crew. Everyone from Break to Colada to Mach Kick gives him a hard time and he just can't stand it.

But Big Convoy appointed him sub-commander for a reason and it's because he gets the job done. By giving his teammates an authority figure to uniformly despise or mock, he actually brings them together as a cohesive unit. In his spare time, he likes to tinker with machines and is something of an accomplished inventor, revealing a creative side that's typically hidden by his protocol-minded demeanor.

Fiction

Beast Wars Neo cartoon

Voice actor:Jun Uemoto (Japanese), Lee Yu Wa (Korean)
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Beast Wars Neo manga

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A pipe and a smoking jacket, and this picture would be complete.
Longrack came from a distinguished and proud family of giraffe Convoys. A Battle Fought Alone

After his adventures serving under Big Convoy, Longrack continued to study in order to gain admission into the Convoy Council. In the meantime, he worked personnel affairs and supply management. What Became of the Five....

2006 IDW Beast Wars continuity

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Oh good, a hall monitor with a big fist.

Longrack was part of Lio Convoy's elite special operations unit, the Pack. He traveled with them to prehistoric Earth to rescue Razorbeast and company. On the way there, Stampy's "bounding" exuberance, quite predictably, got on Longrack's nerves. Once their team landed in the middle of a battle with the Predacons, he used his long giraffe neck to take a bite out of Buzz Saw. The Ascending #2 Later, Longrack identified a creature running rampant and attacking other Maximals to be Razorbeast, reporting such to his commander, Lio Convoy. Once the Pack was brought up-to-date on the situation, both on Earth and Cybertron, Longrack was tasked with gathering as many Maximals as he could fit into the Pack's shuttle. The Ascending #3 Travelling back to their home planet to combat the threat there, Longrack wielded Stampy in his weapon configuration, and blasted away at Shokaract. He made it through the final battle between the herald of Unicron and the combined Maximal and Predacon forces relatively unscathed. The Ascending #4

Beast Wars: Uprising

Longrack was the stick-up-the-aft Maximal first officer of the Dinosaur, in charge of a Predacon enlisted crew. Although nominally in command for day-to-day duties and assignment (since their Builder captain was too large to sit on the bridge), Longrack was frequently overshadowed or overruled by the captain's holographic presence or the Micromaster political officer, Synapse. This made the already uptight first officer short-tempered and impotent in his command.

One day, the Dinosaur picked up an apparent distress call from prisoners of the lost ship Claustrum on the planet LGC-8803. Longrack eagerly prepared to lead a landing party, only to be passive-aggressively overridden by Synapse, claiming to represent the captain. Longrack was forced to name his fellow Maximal officer Apelinq in charge of the party instead. The Dinosaur came under fire from an Intruder ship while the shuttle was launching planetside, taking serious damage before blasting their attacker.

As Longrack tried to maintain control of his ship, internal strife wracked his crew. A transmission from Cybertron alerted the protoformers on board to an Uprising back home, and Synapse was desperate to keep them from following suit. He killed Hydra and Killer Punch in an attempt to prevent word from spreading, but failed. Chief Engineer Magmatron made it to the bridge and recruited Longrack and Guiledart in a mutiny to take the ship. Longrack was again left behind to hold the bridge while the Predacons sought to sever the captain's control of the ship, souring him to the situation. He briefly realigned himself with Synapse and the Builders, but the Micromaster's complete disregard for the lives of the crew snapped him back to his senses, and Longrack helped disable Synapse.

The damage to the Dinosaur was too severe to fix, and the starship began to crash onto LGC-8803 below. Fortunately, Captain Full-Tilt was not on board with Synapse's murderous ways, and he aided Magmatron in saving the ship. It did crash, but transformed as it do so, arresting momentum and opening up into Dinosaur City, becoming a new colony. Magmatron and several members of the crew chose to take the shuttle and return to fight in the Grand Uprising, while Longrack remained behind and proclaimed himself mayor of the new city. Intersectionality

A decade after the Uprising ended, Governor Longrack oversaw the developing colony as it became a boom town for immigrants, scientists, and philosophers eager to visit the lost works of the Logicons on Metascan Omega. He received two rather disconcerting interruptions. First, Wraiths of the Vok arrived to declare mortals unworthy of the knowledge of Metascan Omega. They challenged Longrack and his colonists to prove their worth, or face sterilization. Second was the arrival of Lio Convoy, Architect of the Grand Uprising... The Inexorable March

Legends World

In the Legends World, Longrack was an earnest high school student and the class president. When he heard they were getting a new teacher, he hoped it would be a person of discipline, Year 3, Class B Big-sensei but was instead met with the nerdy Big Convoy who began teaching them about Transformers instead of regular subjects. Longrack took this in stride and merely asked him if there would be tests on the subject. First Lesson First During sports day, Longrack attempted ice skating and got crushed under Big's weight during the cavalry battle. Hot-blooded Break Over time, Big's enthusiasm for Transformers infected Longrack's love for studying and he began learning about Transformers to the point of neglecting other subjects. This caused Big to realize he was being a bad influence on his students and start teaching normally. Preparatory Reviewer Longrack One day, Longrack found Big asleep during class. Bonus Edition Vol. 59

2005 IDW continuity

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Longrack was a fellow Eukarian friend of Tasmania Kid, Gimlet, and Bump. Time Will Rust

Toys

Beast Wars

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One of the few toys caught in a permanent raspberry.
  • Longrack (January 1999)
    • ID number: C-29
    • Accessories: "Hand Dagger," 2 "Double Missiles"
Part of the first wave of Beast Wars Neo products in the JapaneseBeast Wars toyline, Longrack is a Mega-sized figure that transforms into an organic giraffe. In his beast mode, his head features a spring-loaded tongue—when pressed—rolls his white pupils into the back of his head.
In his robot mode, his beast mode forelegs (now located on his back) each hide his spring-loaded "Double Missile" launchers. His giraffe neck becomes his right arm and contains his spring-loaded "Arm Shoot" gimmick with his "Crush Arm" located at the very end of it. Much like his left hand, his Crush Arm also features a 5mm-wide "clip", allowing him to hold other accessories or his comrades Stampy and Break in their weapon modes. His left arm's gauntlet includes his flip-out and removable "Hand Dagger" which can be placed in either of his hands. Also in robot mode, his Maximalspark crystal is located behind a grate-like detail on his chest panel.
He also features a third "Arm Vehicle Mode", which locates his Double Missile launchers in a suitable forward-facing position, while allowing for his Crush Arm to be utilized by any Basic-sized figure.
An undocumented feature that was used in the cartoon, has his beast mode forelegs folded down in robot mode and used as supports, while wielding Break in his "Buster Mode".
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Right:Sonokong packaging pictured

  • Savannah Showdown: Longrack VS Guiledart (Vs pack, January 1999)
    • Takara ID number: VS-29
    • Sonokong ID number: DX-01
    • Accessories: "Hand Dagger," 2 "Double Missiles"
Longrack was available both separately and in a "Savannah Showdown" (サバンナの対決 Sabanna no Taiketsu) vs-pack with the PredaconGuiledart. Both toys were identical to their individual releases.
Sonokong also released this vs-pack in KoreanBeast War Neo markets. "Giraffot" features no differences with the Takara releases of Longrack, other than the packaging and Tech Spec cards.
Due to the shape of the pastic mold that the Korean version of the figure sits in inside the box, the robot legs at the hip joints are assembled on the wrong sides, meaning one will have to pop both legs off at the ball-joints and swap them.

Cybertron

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Hey kids! Remember that toy that never got released over here?
  • Runabout VS Longrack (VS pack, 2005)
  • Longrack (Deluxe Class, 2005)
    • Accessories: Cybertron Autobot Cyber Key

CybertronLongrack was repurposed as Beast Wars Neo Longrack in The Ascending and "Intersectionality".

Galaxy Force / Cybertron Longrack is a retool of ArmadaHoist made up to resemble Beast Wars Neo Longrack, transforming into a Cybertronic excavator. Plugging a Cyber Planet Key into his right arm unlocks his shovel-arm, which can punch forward by pressing in the plunger mechanism. He came with a silver-bordered Cybertron-Autobot style Cyber Planet Key; the Hasbro release has the Cyber Key Code "d48m" tampographed on its back.
This toy was first released in Takara markets as part of a two-pack with Runabout, then later in Hasbro markets on an individual card.
This mold was used to make the BotCon 2006Darksyde Dinobot. The original version of the mold was also used to make 2003 UniverseRansack.

Merchandise

Beast Wars Gum

  • Longrack (candy toy, 1999)
A snap together model kit of Longrack was available as part of Kabaya's Beast Wars Gum, sculpted entirely from yellow plastic. He could transform from robot to beast mode by being broken down into its component parts, then rebuilt into a new mode. It came with a stick of gum.

Notes

  • In giraffe mode, Longrack's toy proudly displays his big red tongue. But as we all know, giraffes actually have black tongues.
  • Transformers Vault erroneously calls him Longneck.
  • Longrack is one of few Maximals/Predacons to keep a pre-existing vehicular design for Beast Wars: Uprising, in his case the Cybertron Longrack toy previously used in IDW's Beast Wars comics.

Foreign names

  • Korean:Giraffot (지라포트 Jirapoteu)
Sours: https://tfwiki.net/wiki/Longrack_(BW)

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Yellow Giraffe

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Yellow Giraffe is a Beastformer from the Headmasters portion of the Generation 1continuity family.
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Yellow Giraffe (イエロージラフ Ierōjirafu) is a military intelligence combatant in White Leo's army. He is the oldest combatant in the war instigated by Alligatron as well as a famous philosopher, and his mind is an encyclopedic repository of knowledge. Despite his age, his strength is still enormous. Yet he's a gentle giant, and often listens to the concerns of others, such as Rabbit Kid and Hedgehog, with sincere hope he can help others achieve their dreams. His advice has made him so well loved among the people of Beast that many respectfully refer to him as Sir (サー ). He holds the rank of King of Gun Marino, a country that takes its name from the Gun Marino Plateau where he was born, over Emperor Golder.

Yellow Giraffe wields the almost supernatural power to draw out the pleasant side of a person's heart, and even the extraordinarily stubborn Golder will stop and obediently listen to his opinions. His MVP Weapon, the Low-G Bar (ロージーバー Rōjī Bā),[1] can cover him in a layer of metal that disguises him from enemy eyes as well as radar.

Fiction

Japanese Generation 1 cartoon continuity

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FIRE! FIRE BURNS WOOD!

The Headmasters cartoon

Voice actor: ? (Japanese)

The Yellow Giraffes were a species of Beastformer that joined White Leo's rebel forces against the Decepticons and their allies, the evil Beastformers led by Alligatron. One Yellow Giraffe joined in an attack on the Decepticon stronghold, and was attacked by a Snakebomb who leapt out of the nearby water. He was saved by a Golder. Eventually the barrage of firepower from the evil Beastformers became too much and the rebels were forced into retreat.

Thankfully for the rebels, the AutobotTransformers came to aid their efforts, and a few Yellow Giraffes were present to welcome them. One Yellow Giraffe joined White Leo's forces to rescue the Beastformers kept by the Decepticons as slaves. Regardless, they were already rescued and joined with White Leo's forces, just in time to see the Decepticon Transformers in retreat. Rebellion on Planet Beast

The Headmasters comic

Yellow Giraffe, among others, was menaced by Predaking and the Sharkticons, led by Alligatron. They were able to escape when Brainstorm and Highbrow distracted the giant combiner. Yellow Giraffe returned with White Leo and others; together, they were able to defeat the DecepticonBeastformers. The Decisive Battle of Planet Beast!

Dreamwave Generation One continuity

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he's there in the back

Yellow Giraffe was in the forefront of battle, punching one of Megatron's invading Air Warriors in lieu of using his signature weapon. He's hardcore. Welcome to the Jungle

Toys

Transformers: Beastformers

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  • Yellow Giraffe (Beastformer, 1987)
    • Beast ID number: 18
    • Accessories: Blade-weapon
Part of the first series of Takara's Beastformers toys, Yellow Giraffe is an anthropomorphic giraffe in blue robotic armor. His left arm ends in a pair of claws. The rubsign on his chest reveals one of three symbols; Fire, Water or Wood.
He was re-released in the subsequent second and third series; while the toy proper was not changed, the packaging and packed-in bio card was. The Series 1 release comes in a generic red-grid "Cybertron Beastformer" box, with a red-grid bio card with a painted character image on the front, though there was a random chance of his card being replaced by the rare "Holography Mirror" card. Series 2 came in a green-grid generic "Cybertron Beastformer" box, with the bio card putting the painted image on a jungle backdrop. Series 3's box was unchanged, but the bio card replaced the painted image with a simpler line-art image, first used in Hasbro's Battle Beasts cast poster. In the green-box releases, depending on the "Pack" he came in, there was a chance of his bio card being replaced with a rare "Secret Photo", "Bewitching Serpent Seal", or "VS Holography Mirror" card.
  • Yellow Giraffe (Gahsapon Beastformer, 1987)
    • Beast ID number: 18
    • Accessories: Weapon
Many of the first-series Beastformers were also sold in gashapon capsule machines, Yellow Giraffe included. This version is identical to the regularly-released boxed version, including the randomized rubsign, except the gashapons appear to have randomized weapons (or just crummy quality control).
There is also a rare all-white/cream version of Yellow Giraffe; these rare versions can vary in how white they actually are, and it's uncertain if that's how they started or if some have simply yellowed with age. These white versions tend to be very expensive on the secondary market.

Beastformers

  • Yellow Giraffe (Beastformer, 1988)
    • Beast ID number: 18
    • Accessories: "Low-G Bar" MVP Weapon
Re-released in the Transformers-less Beastformers sequel series, Yellow Giraffe was given a straight re-release with new packaging and a new, more filled-out bio card with corrected coloring. This new card also gave his weapon, now branded an "MVP Weapon", the name "Low-G Bar".
He was sold in two similar-but-different styles of boxes. One wholly-generic version, sold in large display boxes like the Transformers releases, advertised the chance for the included bio card to instead be a rare holofoil card of White Leo with a "Burstsun" rubsign in a baggie taped to the back, so you could apply it to the Beastformer of your choice. The more common version has a slightly different box with a peg-hole in the top flap, and has a sticker on the bottom with his name and role on it.
Late in the run, the "mood ring" styled rubsigns were replaced with new rubsigns that revealed full-color Fire/Wood/Water images on black backdrops. (These rubsign variants also happened at the same time in the Hasbro Battle Beast version of the line.)
  • Beast Planet's Greatest Confrontation Set (Box set, 1988)
    • Accessories: "Low-G Bar" MVP Weapon
Yellow Giraffe was also available in the "Beast Planet's Greatest Confrontation Set" (ビースト星最大の対決セット bīsuto boshi saidai no taiketsu setto), unchanged from his prior releases.
This set also came with Platinum Tiger, Golder, and the Tiger Hunter (same as their prior releases), and the set-exclusive Skullgrotes, Kingbuster, Salmomancer, and a chromed-gold Battle Drill.
This set is particularly expensive on the secondary market, given the entire Laser Beast half of the set is not available anywhere else.

Notes

Foreign names

  • English:Rubberneck Giraffe

References

  1. ↑ Despite what it seems like, the MVP Weapon's name is based on Yellow Giraffe's name, not "low gravity".
Sours: https://tfwiki.net/wiki/Yellow_Giraffe
LEGO Transformer Giraffe inspired from Beast Wars Longrack

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