The Enemy Invaders are a trio of monstrous Renegade allies.
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The Enemy Invaders - Vamp, from the moon Casmodon; Pincher, from the moon Falgos and Scorp, from the moon Zarios, travelled to Earth to join Cy-Kill's Renegades, first of all attacking Turbo when he was sniffing around the abandoned Silvermoon Mine. Vamp injured Turbo but the Guardian's friend Nick was forced to trek out of the woods near Silvermoon Mine, with help from the hermit Grogan. The boy was able to get back to the Command Center and return to Turbo with Leader-1, Heat Seeker and Hans-Cuff; Vamp battled Heat Seeker until the rest of the Guardians' Earth Force arrived. The Enemy Invaders fled, but their alliance with the Renegades greatly worried Leader-1. The threat they posed began to wear down the Guardians. As a result, Heat Seeker cause a distraction as Scooter put his plan to take the Enemy Invaders out of action - getting Dumper and Dozer to dump a huge amount of quick-drying cement on them. The monstrous trio were freed in time to try and stop Matt, Scooter and Spay-C from delivering Professor Von Joy's new Battle Suit to Earth, but they were able to evade the Renegades until Path Finder arrived to help them home. When the Battle Suit was put into service by the Guardians it was easily able to drive off an assault on the Command Center by the Enemy Invaders. Later they were among the huge force of Renegades gathered at Mauna Mauna by Cy-Kill, but joined the retreat when the Guardians were able to arrive and battle them.
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- The talk of the moons was one of several attempts to merge Challenge of the GoBots with Bandai's Robo Machine toyline, which had issued most of the more famous characters without names on their packaging. In this case, they had issued the first trio of Monster GoBots already as the Enemy Invaders, complete with their Japanese Devil Invader names (which were also used in the Robo Machines comic strip). By the time the other two Devil Invader based figures were released Bandai put them out with their GoBots names mixed in with other figures.