Pocket is the right arm of the giant Puzzler. His lightning reflexes make him a martial arts master.
Challenge of the GoBots cartoon
During his exile in Axiom Nexus, Cy-Kill came across the abandoned base of Alpha Trion where his servant Topspin had replaced the sparks of several key TransTechs with their lowtech counterparts. The original sparks were kept in cold storage at the base, and found by Cy-Kill and his Renegades. Along with technology stolen from Shockwave, Cy-Kill brought the sparks back to his home reality.
Cy-Kill discovered the means of using these "positronic energy matrices", as he called them, to bring life to his old Puzzler drones by encasing them in a laser containment field and animated by Space Lightning drawn down by Rogue Star and its Stellar Fulminator Rod. What's more, each new Renegade had access to Mighty Skills as a result of their unique origins. Pocket, who came from the spark of Banzaitron, demonstrated Super Karate speed.
The Renegades schemed to ambush and destroy the Power Warrior Courageous with their new combiner advantage. Monsterous was openly deployed to rampage through Philadelphia, with the hope of drawing out the Guardians and then having Puzzler attack from the opposite side, flanking Courageous when it arrived. Unfortunately, the Guardians realized Cy-Kill's plan after he liberated the wreckage of Puzzler from GoBotron. They kept Rube from reaching Courageous, leaving Cy-Kill with only Monsterous and a one-legged Puzzler. The Renegades retreated in embarrassment.
Cy-Kill, Pocket, and Re-Volt commanded a trio of Thrusters to attack the Scientific Moon of GoBotron. While Cy-Kill and Re-Volt engaged the Secret Riders' Command Center, Pocket swooped down to steal the Macrocosmic Continuum Distorter. Squabbling between the Secret Riders and their rival unit, the Robo Rebels, led the two Guardian teams to foolishly pursue Pocket's Thruster into enemy territory to retrieve the device. The Renegades trapped the Command Centers in a trap and pulled them aboard Roguestar.
The Renegades planned to interrupt the tri-planet alliance treaty on Quartex. Using the power of Puzzler, Monsterous, and the newly activated Nemesis, the Renegades overpowered the Guardians' two combiners Courageous and Fossilsaurus. Once they regrouped, however, the Guardians and their allies came up with a plan to defeat Cy-Kill's combiner advantage.
Ask Vector Prime
In one reality, Pocket and the Puzzler components were permanently fused into their gestalt form by Bio Ranger Iga. Their individuality was lost, but a grateful Puzzler joined Iga as his Cybernetic Subjugation General.
"Echoes and Fragments"
As Sideways and Gong played havoc with the walls of reality, the Renegades launched an all-out assault on Autobot City on Earth. Later, after the combined Renegade and Decepticon forces fled Earth onboard Astrotrain, Zero disposed of Megatron and declared himself the new leader. The Puzzler troopers objected, and attempted to claim command with their Mighty Robot gestalt. Zero was nevertheless successful in the end, and the Puzzlers blew trumpets at his coronation later that night.
After Galvatron seized control of the Renegade and Decepticons from Zero, he led them to Quartex in pursuit of Major Mo and the Guardian Matrix of Leadership. Jigsaw and Pocket confronted Nick Burns and A.J. Foster on the planet of rock, but lost the kids when they converted their exo-suits.
- Pocket (GoBots, 1985)
- Giant Puzzler Arm
- Pocket converts from robot to yellow Lamborghini Countach, and also becomes the right arm of Puzzler.
- Puzzler (1985)
- Renegade Robot Giant
- A straight import of the Machine Robo Machine Puzzler, the six components of Puzzler were also available together in a boxed set. They are identical to the individual releases.