|Weapons & Accessories|
|Accessories||Viking Helmet, Armor|
|Voiced by||Peter Newman|
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Ram-Bam is a half-human half cyborg viking pirate, part of the group known as the Berserkers. He sports a yellow beard and wears an outfit that is colored red and pink. Always eager to serve the Berserker leader Hammerhand whom he also fears, Ram-Bam is as cruel as he is greedy.
Strengths[edit | edit source]
Ram-Bam's cybernetic enhancements include a wheel embedded in his chest which allows him to roll on the ground at incredible velocities. After getting a running start, Ram-Bam can zoom at such high speeds that he can break through barriers or plow throw opponents with ease. His tendency to ram into things is what most likely earned him his name.
His chest wheel also enables him to flee from a dangerous and unfavorable situation quickly.
Weaknesses[edit | edit source]
Not the sharpest tool in the box, Ram-Bam's lack of intelligence makes him overly reliant on his captain, just like all the other Berserkers.
The huge momentum that he builds up while rolling on his chest wheel can also become a huge liability if he misses his target. In such cases Ram-Bam finds it difficult to stop immediately and often goes on barreling through.
Because he is in a prone position when executing his "ramming" move, Ram-Bam sometimes has difficulty in accurately aiming at his intended target.
Weapons & Equipment[edit | edit source]
Even though he doesn't carry any weapon with him, the tip of his hard helmet is capable of firing laser beams at his opponents.
Original Concept Art[edit | edit source]
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Merchandise[edit | edit source]
The toy company LJN produced a Ram-Bam action figure as part of its ThunderCats toyline. The figure was released in the second wave of toys that were produced in 1986. Ram-Bam was part of the "Berserkers" sub-line which also featured action figures of the other members of his crew. The figure's "Battle-Matic Action" feature was activated by a rip chord on the figure's back which when pulled would cause the wheel on its chest to spin, allowing the figure to roll across the floor like its cartoon counterpart.
|LJN Ram Bam||Ram-Bam
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