Voice actor: Scott McNeil (English), Keiji Fujiwara (Japanese)

Clone One was created by Megatron as part of a multi-phase ploy to destroy the Maximals by luring them into an ambush and using their own base's defenses to finish them off when they retreated to it.After Terrorsaur removed the real Dinobot by trapping him within a hollow mountain, Clone One replaced him and gave Optimus Primal "news" of a Predacon force massing in Grid Omega. Primal opted to send Rattrap and the clone to get a fix on the force's position rather than stage an immediate assault.Clone One narrowly avoided being discovered by Rattrap, who wanted to transform and attack the fictitious base, by (uncharacteristically for Dinobot) reminding Rattrap this was supposed to be a recon mission. He subsequently ambushed Rattrap and returned to the Axalon feigning injury, claiming Rattrap was pinned down by the Predacons. Primal rushed off to save him.Alone in the unfamiliar Axalon, Clone One was stymied in his attempts to deactivate Sentinel because he didn't know the real Dinobot's password, nor did he possess the Maximal energy signature required to override the security system. When Dinobot (who had merely been disabled, not destroyed) returned to the Axalon, Clone One believed it was he who had finally succeeded in lowering the shields, and summoned Megatron. Now, all Dinobot needs is Clone One's head mounted on the wall.Overcoming his initial bafflement, Dinobot agreed to a "fair fight" with Clone One in beast mode, which he lost when Clone One scored a dumb-luck hit. Dinobot feigned unconsciousness and Clone One, rather than double-check his opponent, ran off to meet Megatron.When the Maximals arrived, they found that the real Dinobot had devoured the clone, commenting that he thought the clone was quite tasty. Primal expressed his disgust. Double DinobotDinobot kept Clone One's hide as a trophy and hung it on his wall. Maximal, No More Code of Hero[edit]Notes Clone One's unfamiliarity with Maximal hardware implies his memories were based on a backup of Dinobot's datatrax contained within the Predacon ship. The never-produced episode "Dark Glass" also hinged on datatrax backups, though their existence would not be formally established until Beast Machines.Megatron would clone Dinobot twice more: the Cyber raptors in "Cutting Edge" and Dinobot II in "Feral Scream Part 1".The Chamber used to create Clone One appears to be a heavily modified Predacon CR chamber.In the scenes where both Dinobots appear together, the clone's voice is altered to make it easier to tell them apart.In the Japanese dub of Beast Wars, Dinobot ate Clone One with julienned cabbages and bell peppers with some mirin, salt and pepper.[edit]Foreign namesJapanese: Clone Dinobot (クローンダイノボット Kurōn Dainobotto)