Transformation: Dodge Ram SRT-10
Motto: "A warrior finds honour only in the destruction of his enemies."
Condition: C10 MIB; purchased 2006
For years, Dr. Arkeville has laboured during his rare free moments in a
laboratory hidden even from his Decepticon allies, as well as the prying
eyes of Concurrence agents. He has painstakingly built this shell with his
own hands, made out of parts pilfered from Decepticon repair lockers over a
period of months. It is the most powerful of the Binaltech bodies created: a
near perfect melding of robot technology, Earthling construction and
miniaturization techniques, enhanced with the improvisations of one of
Earth's most brilliant technical minds.
The plan was hatched years ago when Arkeville had the opportunity to
remain close to Optimus Prime long enough to acquire a near-complete scan of
his programming using a subspace-impulse cloner of his own design. Years of
hacking since has brought Arkeville to a level of understanding of
Transformers programming decades beyond any other on Earth. Housed within
this deadly shell is a near complete clone of the great Optimus Prime,
reprogrammed as a tool of destruction and a scion of command. If Megatron
cannot be trusted to destroy the Autobots and leave Earth in his hands, then
Arkeville will provide the Decepticons with a leader more than fully capable
of doing so. His Nemesis Prime is more than a weapon; he is the ultimate
military commander - ruthless, efficient, calculating and above all wise. He
is a consummate warrior, a perfect fighter, a victory engine.
Just one thing only remains: to provide a motive force, that thing the
Transformers refer to as a Spark. Recent experimentation with the subspace
displacement technology of the Autobot Translink Project has revealed an
extra-spatial power source of unheard of proportions. Linking this power
source to his creation should be a simple matter of constructing the
appropriate subspace conduits. And once this is done Nemesis Prime will
rise, and all who stand against him will be laid waste.