History Anime / TransformersArmada

12th Feb '16 11:54:20 AM GrammarNavi
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A video game adaptation, simply called ''[[VideoGame/TransformersPreludeToEnergon Transformers]]'' (but with the working title of ''Prelude To Energon'', which it is sometimes identified as), was released for the {{Playstation 2}}, and is considered one of the better Video Game adaptations, and the best one so far for Transformers until ''VideoGame/TransformersWarForCybertron''.
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A video game adaptation, simply called ''[[VideoGame/TransformersPreludeToEnergon Transformers]]'' (but with the working title of ''Prelude To Energon'', which it is sometimes identified as), was released for the {{Playstation 2}}, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, and is considered one of the better Video Game adaptations, and the best one so far for Transformers until ''VideoGame/TransformersWarForCybertron''.

* DancingMookCredits: The ''Transformers Armada'' video game for the Playstation 2 ended its credits sequence with several of the Decepticlones and Tidal Wave working out in time with the jazzy music.
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* DancingMookCredits: The ''Transformers Armada'' video game for the Playstation 2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 ended its credits sequence with several of the Decepticlones and Tidal Wave working out in time with the jazzy music.
31st Oct '15 3:47:05 PM Kadorhal
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''Transformers Armada'' is one of the many series that make up the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' franchise. It takes place in its own continuity, separate from the earlier series. The storyline of ''Armada'' continued in ''Anime/TransformersEnergon'' and ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' (however, ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' is a seperate continuity in the Japanese version). The three series are known as the "Anime/UnicronTrilogy".
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''Transformers Armada'' is one of the many series that make up the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' franchise. It takes place in its own continuity, separate from the earlier series. The storyline of ''Armada'' continued in ''Anime/TransformersEnergon'' and ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' (however, ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' ''Cybertron'' is a seperate continuity in the Japanese version). The three series are known as the "Anime/UnicronTrilogy".

It was controversial among fans not only for the focus on Mini-Con collecting (leading some to call it '[[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Pokeformers Pokeformers]]'), but for the frequent dubbing errors. Due to rushed production, there are several conversations that don't flow properly, or clash with what's happening onscreen. Many characters have their names mixed up with other characters,' such as pretty much everyone being called Leader-1 (Megatron's Mini-Con) at least once. One particularly glaring instance was Optimus saying he'd left ''Thrust'' in charge on Cybertron - and the image has "Thrust" kept in shadow because he (actually intended to be Jetfire) hasn't been introduced yet. Of course, Thrust is the name of the Decepticon master tactician, with no sign of ever having been an Autobot - a major point of confusion for viewers. Also, unfinished animation led to some low-quality scenes, and one or two truly nonsense ones (like a ''[[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Image:Dotscream.jpg black spot of nothing]]'' where Starscream was supposed to be in one battle.) But like most things, had a few redeeming factors in the overall story and the reintroduction of the meta-villain Unicron. It is generally considered to improve considerably in the second half.
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It was controversial among fans not only for the focus on Mini-Con collecting (leading some to call it '[[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Pokeformers Pokeformers]]'), but for the frequent dubbing errors. Due to rushed production, there are several conversations that don't flow properly, or clash with what's happening onscreen. Many characters have their names mixed up with other characters,' such as pretty much everyone being called referred to as Leader-1 (Megatron's Mini-Con) at least once. One particularly glaring instance was Optimus saying he'd left ''Thrust'' in charge on Cybertron - and the image has "Thrust" kept in shadow because he (actually intended to be Jetfire) hasn't been introduced yet. Of course, Thrust is the name of the Decepticon master tactician, with no sign of ever having been an Autobot - a major point of confusion for viewers. Also, unfinished animation led to some low-quality scenes, and one or two truly nonsense ones (like a ''[[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Image:Dotscream.jpg black spot of nothing]]'' where Starscream was supposed to be in one battle.) But like most things, it had a few redeeming factors in the overall story and the reintroduction of the meta-villain Unicron. It is generally considered to improve considerably in the second half.

A comic from the now defunct [[TransformersGenerationOne Dreamwave Comics]] was made covering all of the series. It started out mostly mirroring the shows plot with some considerable differences (Mini-Cons could speak normally for starters, while in the show they were limited to bleeps and other electronic noises) but went off in its own direction once Simon Furman took over writing duties. The second half of the series concerns [[spoiler:some of the first major mentions of a Transformers multiverse, Unicron invading Earth with his heralds, all Generation 1 Decepticons, and Megatron battling Generation 1 Galvatron one-on-one]]. The comic was received fairly positively despite (or because?) of these differences. A video game adaptation, simply called ''[[TransformersPreludeToEnergon Transformers]]'' (but with the working title of ''Prelude To Energon'', which it is sometimes identified as), was released for the {{Playstation 2}}, and is considered one of the better Video Game adaptations, and the best one so far for Transformers until ''VideoGame/TransformersWarForCybertron''.
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A comic from the now defunct [[TransformersGenerationOne [[ComicBook/TransformersGenerationOne Dreamwave Comics]] was made covering all of the series. It started out mostly mirroring the shows plot with some considerable differences (Mini-Cons could speak normally for starters, while in the show they were limited to bleeps and other electronic noises) but went off in its own direction once Simon Furman took over writing duties. The second half of the series concerns [[spoiler:some of the first major mentions of a Transformers multiverse, Unicron invading Earth with his heralds, all Generation 1 Decepticons, and Megatron battling Generation 1 Galvatron one-on-one]]. The comic was received fairly positively despite (or because?) of these differences. A video game adaptation, simply called ''[[TransformersPreludeToEnergon ''[[VideoGame/TransformersPreludeToEnergon Transformers]]'' (but with the working title of ''Prelude To Energon'', which it is sometimes identified as), was released for the {{Playstation 2}}, and is considered one of the better Video Game adaptations, and the best one so far for Transformers until ''VideoGame/TransformersWarForCybertron''.

* BrawlerLock: The show's approach to battle scenes is mostly made up of this this sort of grappling, BladeLock, and areal shots of fire fights.
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* BrawlerLock: The show's approach to battle scenes is mostly made up of this this sort of grappling, BladeLock, and areal aerial shots of fire fights.

-->'''Optimus:''' [Gets hit, falls down] -->'''Alexis:''' [to Rad and Carlos, who are standing right next to her and watching the same fight] Oh, no! You guys, Optimus is ''down!'' -->'''Rad:''' Oh, no!
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-->'''Optimus:''' [Gets ''[gets hit, falls down] -->'''Alexis:''' [to down]''\\ '''Alexis:''' ''[to Rad and Carlos, who are standing right next to her and watching the same fight] fight]'' Oh, no! You guys, Optimus is ''down!'' -->'''Rad:''' ''down!''\\ '''Rad:''' Oh, no!

* DancingMookCredits: The ''Transformers Armada'' video game for the Playstation 2 ended it's credits sequence with several of the Decepticlones and Tidal Wave working out in time with the jazzy music.
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* DancingMookCredits: The ''Transformers Armada'' video game for the Playstation 2 ended it's its credits sequence with several of the Decepticlones and Tidal Wave working out in time with the jazzy music.
3rd Jul '15 3:37:41 PM ShivaIndis
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* TheStarscream: [[spoiler: Starscream was this Only until Season 2]].
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* TheStarscream: [[spoiler: Starscream was As obvious as this Only until Season 2]].might seem, [[spoiler:Starscream doesn't really have his heart in the backstabbing in this show, and indeed, this continuity. Thrust, on the other hand, is all too happy to plot against Megatron.]]
3rd Jul '15 2:54:34 PM ShivaIndis
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* DefectorFromDecadence: [[spoiler:Starscream, for a while]]. * DevelopingDoomedCharacters: The first episode, full stop. It's ''all'' about the annoying kids at school. They don't meet the Mini-Cons until near the end, and actual Autobots and Decepticons don't show up until the very last moments of the episode. If you watch the recap, you can pretty much start with episode two and miss nothing relevant.
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* DefectorFromDecadence: [[spoiler:Starscream, after Megatron and Thrust use him as a diversion and abandon him after the Deceptions withdraw.]] Watch out for a while]]. that HeelFaceRevolvingDoor, though. * DevelopingDoomedCharacters: The Everyone knows [[JustHereForGodzilla we're just here for the robots]], but that doesn't stop ''Armada'' from centering its first episode, full stop. It's ''all'' about episode squarely on the annoying kids at as they go to school. They don't meet the Mini-Cons until near the end, and actual Autobots and Decepticons don't show up until the very last moments of the episode. If you watch the recap, you can pretty much start with episode two and miss nothing relevant.

* DefectorFromDecadence: [[spoiler:Starscream, for a while]]. * DevelopingDoomedCharacters: MementoMacguffin: The first episode, full stop. It's ''all'' about mars rocks, especially Alexis' mars rock necklace. All the annoying kids at school. They don't meet rocks symbolize the Mini-Cons until near children's relationship [[spoiler:with Starscream, but while the end, and actual Autobots and Decepticons don't show up until others throw theirs away as he proceeds though the very last moments of the episode. If you watch the recap, you can pretty much start with episode two and miss nothing relevant.HeelFaceRevolvingDoor, Alexis keeps her rock.]] Alexis makes her rock into a necklace, upgrading its significance such that it gains [[{{Synchronization}} empathic properties]]: [[spoiler:it shatters when Starscream dies.]]

* OffModel: Poor quality art is unfortunately common. This is partly due to Creator/CartoonNetwork's meddling, and partly because Creator/{{Actas}}, the studio behind the animation was genuinely not all that great. ** To it's credit, the Japanese version did correct some of the most blatant errors. But whether or not it makes a difference is another matter entirely. More info on that version can be read [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Transformers:_Armada_%28cartoon%29#Criticisms here]].
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* OffModel: Poor quality art is unfortunately common. This is partly due to Creator/CartoonNetwork's meddling, and partly because Creator/{{Actas}}, the studio behind the animation animation, was genuinely not all that great. ** To it's its credit, the Japanese version did correct some of the most blatant errors. But whether or not it makes a difference is another matter entirely. More info on that version can be read [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Transformers:_Armada_%28cartoon%29#Criticisms here]].

* RidiculouslyHumanRobots
28th Jun '15 6:57:16 PM ShivaIndis
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* HeroWorshiper: Side Swipe idolizes Blurr to such a degree that he follows his hero to Earth. When Blurr pawns Side Swipe off on Hot Shot, it doesn't take long for Side Swipe to transfer his hero worship to Hot Shot.
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* HeroWorshiper: HeroWorshipper: Side Swipe idolizes Blurr to such a degree that he follows his hero to Earth. When Blurr pawns Side Swipe off on Hot Shot, it doesn't take long for Side Swipe to transfer his hero worship to Hot Shot.
28th Jun '15 6:53:46 PM ShivaIndis
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* BloodKnight: Optimus gets accused of continuing the war because he enjoys it. ** But Megatron better embodies the trope; he unequivocally enjoys it.
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* BloodKnight: Optimus gets accused of continuing the war because he enjoys it. ** But it. However, Megatron better embodies the trope; he unequivocally enjoys it.

* BloodKnight: Optimus gets accused of continuing the war because HeroWorshiper: Side Swipe idolizes Blurr to such a degree that he enjoys it. ** But Megatron better embodies the trope; he unequivocally enjoys it.follows his hero to Earth. When Blurr pawns Side Swipe off on Hot Shot, it doesn't take long for Side Swipe to transfer his hero worship to Hot Shot.

-->'''Wheeljack (later):''' "I've come to get my revenge."
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-->'''Wheeljack (later):''' "I've come to get my revenge." " * IneffectualLoner: Blurr, the triple-changing speedster with antisocial tendencies. Hot Shot starts a rivalry with him, though eventually the two become friends.

* ThoseTwoGuys: Billy and Fred.
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* ThoseTwoGuys: Of the five kids, Billy and Fred.Fred are the most peripheral and the most closely associated with each other. There are stretches of episodes where they don't appear, and they mostly just bounce off each other.
28th Jun '15 4:38:11 PM ShivaIndis
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* BattleButler: Demolishor.

* NotTooDeadToSaveTheDay: In "Miracle", the Autobots are being overpowered by the Decepticons in an Asteroid field, and Hot Shot, as Megatron says, is indeed "a poor substitute for Optimus Prime". But Sparkplug and Perceptor summon a team of glowing space-traveling Mini-Cons, who, with their sparks and the data in the Matrix, bring Optimus BackFromTheDead.
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* NotTooDeadToSaveTheDay: In "Miracle", the Autobots are being overpowered by the Decepticons in an Asteroid asteroid field, and Hot Shot, as Megatron says, is indeed "a poor substitute for Optimus Prime". But Sparkplug and Perceptor summon a team of glowing space-traveling Mini-Cons, who, with their sparks and the data in the Matrix, bring Optimus BackFromTheDead.

* OldMaster: Scavenger is introduced as a formidable and cunning mercenary. Once he settles in [[spoiler: with the Autobots]]], he even becomes a mentor to [[spoiler:Hot Shot]] and reveals a [[ObfuscatingStupidity fondness for afternoon naps]].
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* OldMaster: Scavenger is introduced as a formidable and cunning mercenary. Once he settles in [[spoiler: with the Autobots]]], he even becomes a mentor to [[spoiler:Hot Shot]] and reveals a [[ObfuscatingStupidity fondness for afternoon naps]].catnaps]].

* PlanetEater: Unicron.
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* PiecesOfGod: The Mini-cons [[spoiler:are pieces of Unicron that rebelled, gaining independent will.]] * PlanetEater: Unicron.Unicron, although he doesn't get up to any planet-eating in this show.

* UnderwaterRuins: "Ruin". * TheUnintelligible: Mini-Cons, although High Wire starts making full sentences ''much'' later.
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* UnderwaterRuins: The setting for the episode "Ruin". * UndyingLoyalty: Demolishor is devoted to Megatron to the point that he comes off as a YesMan. But as the story proceeds, he develops into TheHeart of the Decepticons. He knows he's not smart enough to make decisions, but when he can tell that something is wrong, he'll say so. * TheUnintelligible: Mini-Cons, Mini-Cons vocalize in whirs and beeps, although High Wire starts making full sentences ''much'' later.

* YesMan: Demolishor, though he does occasionally raise questions.
28th Jun '15 3:36:59 PM ShivaIndis
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* AFatherToHisMen: Optimus. At some points, Megatron displays parallel behavior to ''his'' men, though in a more "irritable father" way than Optimus' "doting father".
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* AFatherToHisMen: Optimus. Optimus Prime -- but that goes without saying. At some points, Megatron displays parallel behavior to toward ''his'' men, though in a more "irritable father" way than compared to Optimus' "doting father".father."

* AxCrazy: Cyclonus, though he's more of a pain in the ass than a serious threat.
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* AxCrazy: To Cyclonus, though shooting stuff is the meaning of life. But honestly, he's more of a pain in the ass than a serious threat.

** There is a touch-and-go incident with [[spoiler:Smokescreen]] as well. * BadBoss: Megatron, in sharp contrast to Optimus Prime. Starscream calls him out on it [[spoiler:after his HeelFaceTurn and just before his death.]]
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** There is a touch-and-go incident with [[spoiler:Smokescreen]] as well. well, see Family Unfriendly Death below. * BadBoss: Megatron, Megatron often behaves like a schoolyard bully, in sharp contrast to Optimus Prime. Starscream calls him out on it [[spoiler:after his HeelFaceTurn and just before his death.]]

* KidAppealCharacter: Hot Shot
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* KidAppealCharacter: It's easy to want to root for Hot ShotShot. Plus, the kids in the show root for him, so it's easy for impressionable viewers to follow their example.

* LeeroyJenkins: Hot Shot, on more than one occasion.
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* LeeroyJenkins: Hot Shot, Shot picks the wrong moment to run in, guns blazing, on more than one occasion.

* TheMedic: Red Alert
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* TheMedic: Red AlertAlert. In fact, in the Japanese version his name is Ratchet, same as the G1 chief medical officer.

* OffModel: Considered to be one of the worst recent examples. This was partially because of Creator/CartoonNetwork's meddling, and partially because the [[Creator/{{Actas}} studio behind the animation]] was genuinely not all that great. ** To it's credit, The Japanese version did ''try'' to correct some of these errors. But whether or not it succeeded is another matter entirely. More info on that version can be read [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Transformers:_Armada_%28cartoon%29#Criticisms here]].
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* OffModel: Considered to be one of the worst recent examples. Poor quality art is unfortunately common. This was partially because of is partly due to Creator/CartoonNetwork's meddling, and partially partly because Creator/{{Actas}}, the [[Creator/{{Actas}} studio behind the animation]] animation was genuinely not all that great. ** To it's credit, The the Japanese version did ''try'' to correct some of these the most blatant errors. But whether or not it succeeded makes a difference is another matter entirely. More info on that version can be read [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Transformers:_Armada_%28cartoon%29#Criticisms here]].

* ReverseMole: Scavenger
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* ReverseMole: Scavenger[[spoiler:Scavenger lets the Decepticons hire him as a mercenary,]] but has no intention of sticking with them.
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** There is a touch-and-go incident with [[spoiler:Smokescreen]] also, which requires him to get a whole new body.
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** There is a touch-and-go incident with [[spoiler:Smokescreen]] also, which requires him to get a whole new body.as well.

** Megatron unequivocally enjoys it.
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** But Megatron better embodies the trope; he unequivocally enjoys it.

* BrawlerLock: Done numerous times during battles.
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* BrawlerLock: Done numerous times during battles.The show's approach to battle scenes is mostly made up of this this sort of grappling, BladeLock, and areal shots of fire fights.

* CaptainObvious: These kids probably had a lot to do with the fandom's dislike of human characters in general. A great deal of the time, their role in an episode was to spend half an hour giving statements like this:
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* CaptainObvious: These kids probably had a lot contributed to do with the fandom's dislike of human characters in general. A great deal of the time, their role in an episode was to spend half an hour giving statements like this:

-->'''Alexis,''' [to Rad and Carlos, who are standing right next to her and watching the same fight] Oh, no! You guys, Optimus is ''down!''
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-->'''Alexis,''' -->'''Alexis:''' [to Rad and Carlos, who are standing right next to her and watching the same fight] Oh, no! You guys, Optimus is ''down!''

* EvilFormerFriend: Wheeljack to Hot Shot.
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* EvilFormerFriend: Wheeljack to and Hot Shot.Shot were best friends before a traumatic event separated them. Now, Wheeljack is a Decepticon.

* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: [[spoiler:Prime and Smokescreen. Especially Smokescreen. Thrust being crushed to death from the feet up would also count. Though he can't beat Starscream, ole Screamer had ''two''! First he gets blasted like Smokescreen (though messing with the timeline saved him), then impaled by Megatron and disintegrated by Unicron]].
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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: [[spoiler:Prime and Smokescreen. Especially Smokescreen. If humans died the way Transformers do, it would be truly grizzly. [[spoiler:The Requiem Blaster warps Smokescreen's torso beyond repair. Optimus shatters under the force of the Hydra Cannon. Thrust being is crushed to death from the feet up would also count. Though he can't beat Starscream, up.]] ** And then there's Starscream...ole Screamer had ''two''! First [[spoiler:First he gets blasted like Smokescreen (though messing with the timeline saved him), then impaled by Megatron impales him, and finally meets his end getting disintegrated by Unicron]].

* GeniusBruiser: Scavenger

* GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler:Starscream]] * GoodOldFisticuffs: Scavenger's introduction fight. * GottaCatchThemAll: Almost the entire plot of the first thirteen episodes. * GreenAesop: "Jungle"
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* GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler:Starscream]] [[spoiler:Starscream]] dies satisfied that his sacrifice goaded Megatron into action. * GoodOldFisticuffs: Scavenger's introduction fight. Scavenger demonstrates his badassery early on by fighting unarmed. He even tests himself against the Star Saber bare-handed. * GottaCatchThemAll: Almost the entire The plot of the first thirteen episodes. episodes is focused around gaining Mini-cons as allies. * GreenAesop: "Jungle"The episode "Jungle" features a heavy-handed ecological message.

* HugeGuyTinyGirl: [[spoiler:Although Alexis and Starscream never go that far, but that doesn't stop some fans on both sides of the Pacific]].

* TheHyena: Cyclonus.
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* TheHyena: Cyclonus.Cyclonus and his incessant cackling.

* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Thrust]]
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* KarmicDeath: Oh boy, did [[spoiler: Thrust]]Thrust]] ever earn his miserable demise.

* TheMole: Like you wouldn't believe. [[spoiler:First, Scavenger is a mole for the Autobots, then Sideways shows up. First he poses as an Autobot, 'reveals' himself to be a Decepticon, and stays there for a while, lowering morale and messing with their heads. Later, he is uncovered as a servant of Unicron, sent to infiltrate and disrupt both factions. Later, he appears to Thrust, and convinces him to become the new mole for Unicron]].
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* TheMole: Like you wouldn't believe. [[spoiler:First, Scavenger ''Armada'' loves this trope dearly and features a number of characters infiltrating the opposition, sometimes more than once. ** First, [[spoiler:Scavenger is a mole for the Autobots, then Autobots.]] ** Next, Sideways shows up. First [[spoiler:First he poses as an Autobot, then 'reveals' himself to be a Decepticon, and stays there for a while, lowering morale and messing with their heads. Later, he is uncovered as a servant of Unicron, sent to infiltrate and disrupt both factions. Later, he ]] **Later, [[spoiler:Sideways appears to Thrust, and convinces him to become the new mole for Unicron]].

** The Japanese version to its credit, did ''try'' to correct some of these errors. But whether or not it succeeded is another matter entirely. More info on that version can be read [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Transformers:_Armada_%28cartoon%29#Criticisms here]]. * OnlyMostlyDead: [[spoiler:Smokescreen]].
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** To it's credit, The Japanese version to its credit, did ''try'' to correct some of these errors. But whether or not it succeeded is another matter entirely. More info on that version can be read [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Transformers:_Armada_%28cartoon%29#Criticisms here]]. * OnlyMostlyDead: [[spoiler:Smokescreen]].OldMaster: Scavenger is introduced as a formidable and cunning mercenary. Once he settles in [[spoiler: with the Autobots]]], he even becomes a mentor to [[spoiler:Hot Shot]] and reveals a [[ObfuscatingStupidity fondness for afternoon naps]].
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* {{Atlantis}}
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* {{Atlantis}}{{Atlantis}}: The kids suspect that undersea ruins they visit early in the series are the remains of Atlantis, destroyed in conflicts over Mini-cons.

* BadBoss: Megatron, in sharp contrast to Optimus Prime. Starscream calls him out on it [[spoiler: after his HeelFaceTurn and just before his death.]] * BattleButler: Demolishor * BenevolentBoss: Optimus
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* BadBoss: Megatron, in sharp contrast to Optimus Prime. Starscream calls him out on it [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:after his HeelFaceTurn and just before his death.]] * BattleButler: Demolishor Demolishor. * BenevolentBoss: OptimusOptimus Prime is hardly Optimus Prime if he doesn't respect and value of his troops.

* BlindIdiotTranslation: Definitely in some places. However, [[Anime/TransformersEnergon you ain't seen nothing yet]]. * BloodKnight: Optimus is accused of being one. ** Megatron is one.
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: Definitely in some places. has issues with misidentifying characters and losing track of the finer points. However, so far as idiocy goes, [[Anime/TransformersEnergon you ain't seen nothing yet]]. * BloodKnight: Optimus is gets accused of being one. continuing the war because he enjoys it. ** Megatron is one.unequivocally enjoys it.
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