Bruiticus Concept Art
Vital Statistics
Species Cybertronian (Combiner)
Status Unknown
Production details
First appearance Transformers: Exodus
Voiced by Nolan North


"I love the sound of Autobots crunching under my feet!"
―Bruticus while killing Autobots on the Ark[src]

Bruticus is a Decepticon Combiner formed from the five Combaticons. He is a playable character in Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. He was created by Shockwave in Exodus.



Shockwave created Bruticus Maximus when working in Crystal City. Though Bruticus's individual components were intelligent, the combined form was a monster who had trouble telling friend from foe, and he was put into stasis.

Following Crystal City's destruction during the war with the Autobots, Bruticus was revived and was ordered to serve on the battlefield at Praxus. During this battle, he took wounds that would prove to be fatal to any other Cybertronian and survived, albeit heavily injured. He would not be so lucky during his deployment at Kalis, with Optimus Prime, Jazz and Sideswipe dismembering Bruticus to the point it was believed he would never combine again. Sideswipe boasted he tore off his head. Not even this would destroy the combiner for good; Bruticus later saw action at the forefront of the Nova Cronum massacre.

Rise of the Dark SparkEdit

After escorting Shockwave and the Dark Spark to the gates of Kaon, the Combaticons combined into Bruticus to deal with the Autobot forces that were laying siege to the area. The giant warrior made swift work of them and was lumbering back to the gates when Cliffjumper jumped onto his back and attempted to plant a detonation pack. However, Bruticus struggled and eventually sandwiched Cliffjumper against his back and the wall. Taking the injured Autobot prisoner, Shockwave forced the Autobots to stand down lest Bruticus crush Cliffjumper. But even though the Decepticons now had clear passage into Kaon, Shockwave had Bruticus bring Cliffjumper inside anyway so he'd have a test subject to test the power of the Dark Spark on.

Fall of CybertronEdit

Bruticus was formed by the Combaticons when they were making a last ditch effort to salvage a mission to capture a large Autobot Energon transport. After the team disabled the anti-air guns, the got their dropship close enough for all five of them to depart onto the ship and combine. Bruticus's raw strength allowed him to easily eliminate the transport's crew, but the damage he did to the ship caused it to crash land. Bruticus was later formed again when Megatron launched a mission to retake Trypticon. He didn't do much during the mission beyond forcing open a huge door that allowed Megatron and other Decepticons enter the facility that Autobots kept Trypticon in, as the door proved so heavy that Bruticus had to stay in one place to keep it open. Bruticus was last seen during the Decepticon attack on the Ark, where he launched an attack on the ship's exterior, killing most of the crew he came across and damaging its fuel storage before being confronted by Jazz and Jetfire, who managed to defeat him and knock him off the ship. It remains unknown if he survived.


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Video GamesEdit


San Diego Comic-ConEdit

Bruticus-Comic-Con Exclusive
Generations: Fall of Cybertron "Decepticon Bruticus" is a San Diego Comic-Con 2012-exclusive multi-pack containing all five Combaticons in game-accurate colors. While Onslaught forms the torso, the remaining team members can serve as any of the four limbs, though the official configuration has Vortex as the left arm, Blast Off as the right arm, Decepticon Brawl as the left leg, and Swindle as the right leg. The individual weapons the Combaticons have can be combined into a "sonic cannon" for Bruticus to wield via 5mm post.

This figure was slightly changed to make Ruination.

Transformers: GenerationsEdit

The mass-retail release of Fall of Cybertron "Decepticon Bruticus" is created by combining the five
Combaticons, which were only available separately as part of the second wave of 2012-onwards Generations Deluxe Class toys. They each feature more colorful decos.


  • for some reason, Bruticus speaks differently. For example, in Fall of Cybertron, he talks in proper grammar, in Rise of the Dark Spark, he talks like his G1 counterpart, for an unknown reason.