On Ilum in the hands of Darth Grievous
Same as Ironhide
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|Cyber Key power|| class="infoboxcell" style=";
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|Stealth Force Mode||
grants heavy missile launchers in vehicle mode
Mirage is not thrilled about being with a bunch of rough-and-tumble freedom fighters like the Autobots. If he had a choice he'd be in Monte Carlo, or better yet, back on his beloved Cybertron hunting turbofoxes with his high-priced friends. Autobot leader Optimus Prime must constantly cajole him into continuing his service with the Autobots, but he feels it may be a losing battle. Despite his coolness to the cause, Mirage is a surprisingly effective and deadly fighter and an even more effective intelligence gatherer, which is the role he much prefers.
On Ilum he was one of the Autobots that fought Darth Grievous on Ilum but he died in the Hands of Darth Grievous when he tried to kill Darth Grievous with the power of invisibility. Darth Grievous cut off Mirages head with a Lightsaber and crushed his head in his hands.
His body was later placed in the Autobot Mausoleum in honor of one of the Autobots that died during the Transformers Wars.
Mirage carries a rear-mounted electro-disruptor which is able to interfere with the circuitry of an opponent by casting discrete packets of electrical charges at him. Hence, he never is situated where he seems to be when it is in use, and can even use the disruptor to give himself the illusion of a different physical appearance, which he can sustain for up to six minutes. All of this contributes to his effectiveness as an intelligence agent. He can also hit a screw-head dead center from 200 yards with his armor-piercing hunting rifle. It shoots liquid-fuel-powered darts.