History Anime / TransformersVictory

22nd Aug '16 4:09:34 PM Kervinle2500
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* HonorBeforeReaon: As Victory Saber held the Dinoforce dead-to-rights, Goryu requests Saber to cut him, and only him, down so his men can be spared, to the protest of the other Dinoforce members. Victory Saber then decides to spare all of them, showing the compassion and allowing the Dinoforce to heal.
25th Jun '16 6:26:01 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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''Transformers Victory'' is the Japanese-produced sequel series to ''{{Franchise/Transformers}} [[TransformersSuperGodMasterforce Super-God Masterforce]]'', taking the focus back to good old fashioned Autobots vs Deceptions. Star Saber, the new leader of the Autobots, is heading the charge against a new Decepticon warlord named Deathsaurus, who began stealing energy from the Earth to fuel and reactivate an old Decepticon space-fortress. This new Autobot commander is also the foster father of a human boy named Jan, who lost his parents to a Decepticon attack.

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''Transformers Victory'' is the Japanese-produced sequel series to ''{{Franchise/Transformers}} [[TransformersSuperGodMasterforce [[Anime/TransformersSuperGodMasterforce Super-God Masterforce]]'', taking the focus back to good old fashioned Autobots vs Deceptions. Star Saber, the new leader of the Autobots, is heading the charge against a new Decepticon warlord named Deathsaurus, who began stealing energy from the Earth to fuel and reactivate an old Decepticon space-fortress. This new Autobot commander is also the foster father of a human boy named Jan, who lost his parents to a Decepticon attack.



Alongside ''Anime/TransformersHeadmasters'' and ''TransformersSuperGodMasterforce'', the entire series is released on DVD for the first time in North America by ''Shout! Factory''.

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Alongside ''Anime/TransformersHeadmasters'' and ''TransformersSuperGodMasterforce'', ''Anime/TransformersSuperGodMasterforce'', the entire series is released on DVD for the first time in North America by ''Shout! Factory''.
24th Apr '16 9:17:09 PM BNSF1995
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* DemotedToExtra - God Ginrai, the mechanical component of ''Masterforce'''s hero, spends most of his time fighting Decepticons in other sectors (i.e. off-camera) and only appears to be destroyed and turned into what Transfans sarcastically label "a backpack and a pair of boots"- Star Saber's MidSeasonUpgrade.

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* DemotedToExtra - God Ginrai, the mechanical component of ''Masterforce'''s hero, and before that, the body of Optimus Prime, spends most of his time fighting Decepticons in other sectors (i.e. off-camera) and only appears to be destroyed and turned into what Transfans sarcastically label "a backpack and a pair of boots"- Star Saber's MidSeasonUpgrade.
22nd Nov '15 2:28:38 AM Kervinle2500
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* AccidentalMurder: Hellbat kills Deathcobra by complete ''accident'' when he tried to persuade Deathcobra to not get him replaced. The latter was not amused and tried to kill him, causing Hellbat to land ''lucky shots'' at him. He becomes remorseful after what he's done.
17th Jul '15 6:42:49 PM BNSF1995
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* TheBusCameBack - Several episodes feature a few familiar faces: Wheeljack and Perceptor from the original series, and Minerva's now-living Transtector (still named Minerva) from ''Super-God Masterforce".
** This, however, creates a ContinuitySnarl, as Wheeljack is supposed to be dead. This is a side-effect of the movie not making it to Japanese shores until the same year ''Victory'' premiered.
16th Apr '15 6:42:02 PM Kervinle2500
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* SparedByAdaptation - God Ginrai is spared from death in the manga version. In the anime, he willingly has himself killed so he can become Victory Leo. In the manga, he's a different character from Leo himself.



* TrueCompanions: On both sides. The Autobots obviously have this, but the Decepticons have this as well, as Leozack was very upset when Deathcobra was murdered (unknowingly by Hellbat).

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* TrueCompanions: TrueCompanions - On both sides. The Autobots obviously have this, but the Decepticons have this as well, as Leozack was very upset when Deathcobra was murdered (unknowingly by Hellbat).
7th Dec '14 10:24:42 AM MarkLungo
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS - Deathsaurus vs Deszaras (or [[MerchandiseDriven Debt Source]] if you're feeling snarky). Deathsaurus was the name used when the character appeared in ''Franchise/TransformersTimelines'' while Deszaras appears in this series' DVD boxsets released by Metrodome and Madman entertainment.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS - Deathsaurus vs Deszaras (or [[MerchandiseDriven Debt Source]] if you're feeling snarky). Deathsaurus was the name used when the character appeared in ''Franchise/TransformersTimelines'' while Deszaras appears in this series' DVD boxsets released by Metrodome and Madman entertainment.Creator/MadmanEntertainment.
20th Jul '14 7:24:02 AM Scorntex
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* BewareTheSillyOnes: For all the Dinoforce are dumber than a sack of rocks, they did manage to kill Jean's parents.
21st Apr '14 9:23:17 AM Chris
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As with both of its predecessors, ''Victory'' also received a hilariously bad english dub from Omni Productions. What's interesting to note is that the english dub takes ''Victory'''s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cajc3d081Y4 opening]] and, with some small editing of the title, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkhQ0eAg1j8 uses it for the other two shows]].
10th Nov '13 11:03:03 AM MagBas
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* AdaptationDistillation[=/=][[AdaptationExpansion Expansion]]: The manga version is basically this. The manga has Jean's missing sister who combines herself with Victory Leo (who is a seperate character from the former God Ginrai), Deathsaurus' adopted son who he plans to raise as OverlordJr, and distillation comes when Deathsaurus' motives comes perfectly clear when he plans to release his fortress containing Decepticon ''civillians'' and ''loved ones''. Also, the fortress is more of a colony than a Death Star from the anime.

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* AdaptationDistillation[=/=][[AdaptationExpansion Expansion]]: AdaptationExpansion: The manga version is basically this. The manga has Jean's missing sister who combines herself with Victory Leo (who is a seperate character from the former God Ginrai), Deathsaurus' adopted son who he plans to raise as OverlordJr, and distillation comes when Deathsaurus' motives comes perfectly clear when he plans to release his fortress containing Decepticon ''civillians'' and ''loved ones''. Also, the fortress is more of a colony than a Death Star from the anime. ones''.
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