|First appearance||Cover Me|
|Voiced by||Jonathan Adams|
Razorpaw is a Decepticon who resembles that of an Earth based animal called a puma. He is able to drain energon from his victims as he takes it to gain energy for himself. He is allied with Swelter and Glacius, which he is shown to have little to no appreciation for their aid.
As one of the many Decepticons on Earth, Razorpaw teamed up with Swelter and Glacius.
Hanging out in a desert region, Razorpaw was irritably (due to his body running low on energon) alerted by Swelter and Glacius to a group of Autobots hunting for them, and set his sights on capturing the weakest of the team. Razorpaw and his Mini-Cons followed them to a nearby military base, where Razorpaw was able to find Optimus and Windblade from up top a structure. He pounced on Windblade and Optimus tried to interfere. Aided by the fact that she thought he was actually after Optimus, Razorpaw revealed it was Windblade who was the weakest and that he was after her as he was able to weaken then started to drain her energon for himself. The Mini-Cons took out Optimus, and Razorpaw moved in, only to get in an argument with Swelter who stated the lack of appreciation that Razorpaw gives to them while Glacius tried to make them stop. Optimus, who had been feigning, took the opportunity to take out Razorpaw and his companions. Optimus used his Decepticon Hunter to fight Razorpaw and in their scuffle, Razorpaw along with his Mini-Con allies were left unconscious by Optimus.
- Some would of mistaken Razorpaw with Fancyclaws since Fancyclaws was considered to be Razorpaw but it wasn't the case as Razorpaw himself made an actual appearance in Transformers: Robots in Disguise.
- Besides the color differences between the two, Razorpaw lacks a tail, and has a fair amount of alternate-mode kibble differences from his model-kin.
- While he resembles an Earth puma, his behavior, hunting tactics and attitude toward his allies is more akin to a male African lion; Razorpaw prefers to have his henchmen get his prey rather than do it himself much like a male lion, he usually targets the weakest of the group, and he gets to feed first and leave little for his henchman, which is also much like a male lion.