|This article is about the Trap Master Jawbreaker. You may be looking for the enemies of the same name.|
- “Down for the Count!”
- —Jawbreaker's official catchphrase
Jawbreaker likes being an individual, even though his robot pals think he should be more like them. Sometimes you've just got to dare to be different.
Jawbreaker hailed from a race of robots that operated and maintained a vast underground complex of enormous machines that powered the legendary Sky Train, which traveled between a thousand different islands daily. Like many of his fellow robots, Jawbreaker led an ordered existence – full of rules and regulations – which he followed happily. However, one day a huge army of Gear Trolls invaded the subterranean complex. Known for being major train enthusiasts, they were set on taking over the Sky Train for their own evil use. Jawbreaker quickly jumped into action and used his massive fists to beat the trolls into retreat. His quick action and ability to think for himself made him an individual. For this he was made part of the Trap Team, where he now uses his Traptanium powered fists to deliver mighty blows to evil!
In his Legendary armor, Jawbreaker was the guest of honor in the public opening of the legendary Sky Train, which would help open up the world of Skylands to the remote Cloudbreak Islands. Once the ceremonial Traptanium spike is hammered by Jawbreaker, both the Cloudbreak Islands and Skylands will be officially linked by the magic of the rails. During the ceremony, Jawbreaker warmed up to a young Mabu named Herman, who is his biggest fan. Before the ceremonial Traptanium spike can be hammered onto the tracks to begin the trip, Iron Nose, the leader of the Gear Trolls who attempted to take over the Sky Train in the past, suddenly snatched the Traptanium spike and hijacked the Sky Train and its passengers with the help of his group of Trolls.
Jawbreaker quickly pursued Iron Nose and the stolen Sky Train by grinding on the rails. When the Gear Trolls detached the passenger cars of the Sky Trains towards a gap they created, the Tech Trap Master jumped over the gap and tried to slow down the cars to prevent them from falling into the hole. However Jawbreaker began to give up as his circuits were overloading and the cars weren't showing signs of slowing down. Herman's encouragement gave the Trap Master the strength and determination to successfully stop the passenger cars and save the inhabitants inside. With the passengers safe, Jawbreaker used his strength to push the train cars forward and catch up with Iron Nose and his troll gang.
Jawbreaker managed to knock out Iron Nose while his trolls fled the scene and retrieved the Traptanium spike. Back at the station, the Tech Trap Master gave the honor of hammering the spike to Herman, who helped Jawbreaker when he needed it most.
Jawbreaker is capable of using his Traptanium Fists to rapidly punch enemies, much like Terrafin, Night Shift, and the villain Bruiser Cruiser. He can also go into his Robo Rage Mode to punch enemies faster. When upgraded a second time, Jawbreaker can punch the surrounding terrain an release a wave of electric sparks. After purchasing his Soul Gem, Hypercharged Haymaker, Jawbreaker can punch while releasing electric sparks.
In Skylanders: Battlecast, his powers also include electrical arcs that attack along with him, summoning virtual objects to simulate an enemy's power and summon a Tech trap containing Dr. Krankcase, thus allowing the mad doctor to attack enemies for as many ranks they have. His Special Ability is Overclock, increasing his power temporarily, and his signature Gear is the Galvanic Armor, increasing power and reducing incoming damage should the owner not attack.
- Health: 340 (max. 680)
- Speed: 50 (max. 98)
- Armor: 12 (max. 42)
- Critical Hit: 70 (max. 120)
- Elemental Power: 25 (max. 75)
Warning: These stats are not used in any of the Skylander games. They are only listed for completeness reasons.
- Strength: 200
- Defense: 90
- Agility: 90
- Luck: 130
These abilities are available from the start of the game.
|Traptanium Punch||Robo Rage Mode||
Throw a powerful punch with big, Traptanium fists.
Press Attack 2 to enter Robo Rage Mode, moving faster, punching harder, and doing more damage.
Skylanders can buy new abilities from Persephone/Power Pods.
|Ragin' Robo Rage||Spark Shock||Alternating Current||Heavy Hands|
Robo Rage Mode lasts even longer.
Punch the ground and release a wave of electric sparks.
Punching in Robo Rage Mode shocks enemies, doing extra damage over time.
Traptanium Punches do more damage.
|Static Cling||Hands Off!||Sparking Interest|
Spark Shock attacks sticks to enemies, doing damage over time.
Getting hit by an enemy automatically releases a wave of electric sparks.
Constantly release electric sparks in Robo Rage Mode.
|Jolting Jab||Defense Firmware Update||Punch For Power|
Punching in Robo Rage Mode creates static bursts, which damage other enemies.
Takes less damage while in Robo Rage Mode.
Stay in Robo Rage Mode longer by landing punches.
|Virtual Ram||Haywire||Krankcase's Cage - Relic|
|Galvanic Armor||Power Pummel||Overclock - Special Ability|
Skylanders can use abilities depending on their level.
- Front Punch (Primary Attack): Hold (Y) to punch in front of him.
- Electric Shock and Ground Smash (Secondary Attack): Press (X) to trigger an electric shock. Hold (X) to stomp the ground with his fists.
- Power Fist (requires level: 3): Hold (Y) to increase the power of Jawbreaker. Release (Y) to trigger a powerful single fist attack.
- Electric Dash (requires level: 6): Press (A) to dash with electric damage. Hold (X) longer to smash the ground followed by spin.
- Double Power Fists (requires level: 9): Accumlate more power and release (Y) again for a powerful fist hit.
Trap Attack Preview
- "Down For The Count!"
- "Stick & move!"
- "Wait for the punchline!"
- "Going the distance!"
- "Ultimate beatdown!"
- "Got a score to settle!"
- "Time to knuckledown!"
- "Down to the punch!"
- "Back in the fight!"
- "Another smash hit!"
- "Time to knuckle down!"
- "Still the champ!"
- "Time for the old one-two!"
- "Going the distance!" - when leveled up
- "Power to the punch!" - when leveled up
- "A real prize" - when opening a treasure chest
- "Got a score to settle!" - when traptanium fists glow
- "I'm feeling punchy!"
- "Built to last, and then some!" - when checking stats
- "All these numbers add up to awesome!"
- "Fashion apparatus successfully installed!" - when given a hat
- "I look goofy and awesome, at the same time!"
- "A name fit for a champ, which would be me!" - when given a nickname
- "I make any name great!"
- "Power to the punch!" - scanned in
- "The undisputed champ!"
- "Get me in the ring!" - when selected
- "Ready to fight!"
- "Fists of fury!" - Battle Introduction
- "Down for the count!"
- "Next round!" - swapping in
- "Back in the fight!"
- "That's the bell!" - swapping out
- "End of the round!"
- "Going the distance!" - rank up
- "Going up the ranks!"
- "Power-full!" - Summoning a Gear
- "A real prize!"
- "Energizing!" - Summoning a Relic
- "Heavy duty!"
- "Burn!" - randomly when casting spells
- "Power plate!" - Galvanic Armor
- "Your pain is my gain!"
- "Let's even the odds!" - Virtual Ram
- "What's yours is mine!"
- "Plenty to go around!" - Power Pummel
- "The old one-two!"
- "Double trouble!" - Krankcase's Cage
- "Tag team!"
- "System overload!" - Haywire
- "Power surge!"
- "The best there is!" - KOed an enemy
- "Ultimate beatdown!"
- "Lucky shot!" - when defeated
- "Down and out!"
- "Gimmme another shot...!" - defeat at the end of battle
- "I want a rematch!"
- "Undisputed champion!" - Victory
- "Still the champ!"
- "Watch the sucker punches!" - when poked
- "You're gonna get a beatdown!"
- "Take your best shot...!"
- "I'm here!"
- "I'm a contender!" - Card Level Up
- "On the rise!"
- He and Gearshift are both robotic Tech Trap Masters.
- An enemy in Skylanders: Giants share the same name as Jawbreaker.
- He has a similar resemblance to Blitzcrank in League of Legends.
- He greatly resembles the Bad Bouncers from Skylanders: Imaginators, the only differences being size, their arms, and Jawbreaker having legs instead of a roller wheel.
- One of his attacks, Spark Shock, shares its name with an otherwise unrelated weapon from the Mega Man series.
- Jawbreaker is the only Trap Master to have the Traptanium weapon as part of his body.
- Drill-X from Skylanders: Giants says his catchphrase as part of his rap.
- Jawbreaker is similar to another Skylander, Magna Charge.
- Both are robots.
- Their Soul Gems are located on the first level of their respective games.
- They're both one of the "special Skylanders" (Trap Master for Jawbreaker and Swap Force for Magna Charge).
- Jawbreaker's voice actor, Ike Amadi, is known for voicing Atrocitus in Infinite Crisis , LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and Injustice 2.
- Jawbreaker doesn't say his catchphrase when placing him in Skylanders: SuperChargers Racing.
- Jawbreaker was planned to be in Skylanders Academy's second season, but he was cut due to budget reasons.
- His name is a pun on the alternate name for gobstopper, a type of infamously hard candy.
- Skylanders Universe: The Complete Collection (2015), page 140
- All Trap Team Skylanders in SuperChargers Racing part 1
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