History Recap / TransformersPrimeS2E6LooseCannons

25th Aug '15 2:41:35 PM Morgenthaler
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Misuse. It's Genre Savvy, not just "savvy".
* GenreSavvy: Megatron is doubtful that Dreadwing would come back after getting in a fight with Optimus.
25th Sep '14 2:09:47 PM Chris116
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------> - Dreadwing
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------> - Dreadwing '''Dreadwing'''
5th Nov '13 2:54:43 PM Chris116
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Agent Fowler calls the Autobots, furious about another fight with possible collateral damage. As all of them are present at base, Ratchet posits that the fighters may be infighting Decepticons. However, a video feed shows otherwise, for the two are an unidentified Skyquake-like Decepticon—and Wheeljack ! Though Bulkhead is thoroughly excited, Fowler demands that the situation be handled pronto. Outside of Omaha, Wheeljack battles it out with the 'Con. Agent Fowler hovers over the scene and demands stoppage, but is fired upon by Wheeljack. The 'Bot is hit in the shoulder, and falls back as Agent Fowler supplies suppressive fire. A [=GroundBridge=] opens up, and the Autobots step out. They aid Wheeljack, and fire upon the Decepticon, who takes cover. Agent Fowler flies overhead, and the Decepticon seizes the opportunity to scan his vehicle. He runs toward a gas station, and Wheeljack aims his blasters at him. Despite Optimus and Bulkhead's cautioning, he fires, and the station explodes as the Decepticon transforms and flies off. Though Wheeljack believes that the 'Con—revealed as Dreadwing—rigged it to explode, he is informed otherwise. Though the Wrecker is eager to give pursuit, Optimus tells him that, while on Earth, it would be wise to respect his authority. Back at base, Ratchet repairs Wheeljack. He apologizes for the collateral damage, but says that his pursuit of Dreadwing warranted it. He starts into the story of his pursuit. Originally, he was looking for Autobot refugees, but when the one he had found— the former Wrecker Seaspray—is blown to bits by one of Dreadwing's bombs, he made it his mission to track the rogue 'Con down. After several solar systems worth of pursuit, Wheeljack caught up with him on Earth. Optimus recounts his own knowledge of Dreadwing—he was a captain of a Seeker armada, and Skyquake's twin. He also infers that Dreadwing's mission is to pay allegiance to Megatron. Wheeljack is eager to get out and kick Dreadwing's tailpipe, but Optimus reels him in, saying that any action taken against the Decepticons must be carefully planned on this foreign planet. This infuriates the Wrecker, who can't fathom the idea of doing nothing. Agent Fowler walks in and admonishes Wheeljack for nearly blowing their cover, and demands that Prime keep a closer watch on his troops. Wheeljack doesn't take well to being called part of the team, and walks off, followed by Bulkhead. Optimus explains Wheeljack's disregard for authority by his inclusion in the Wreckers, a unit that operated outside of normal command. Somewhere mountainous, Dreadwing holds a laser beacon that continues into the sky. The Nemesis arrives, and he boards. Megatron welcomes his loyalty, but Dreadwing reveals that he was brought to Earth with another purpose as well. He says that he and his twin, Skyquake, shared a split spark, and that he could feel across the galaxy when his brother was released from stasis—and when his spark was extinguished. This information is confirmed by Megatron, and Dreadwing vows to make every Autobot on Earth pay. Megatron avows that they will—eventually, under his terms. He advises the Seeker to obey him, for his best interests. As Wheeljack works on his ship, Bulkhead attempts to change his mind about the planet. Wheeljack lists the comrades they'd lost in battle, but Bulkhead takes is as all the more reason that they must stick together. Wheeljack doubts Optimus's integrity, but Bulkhead stands firmly by him. Inside the Jackhammer, a challenge comes through over the commlink from Dreadwing. Wheeljack straps in to meet the 'Con, and Bulkhead gets in as well. They jet off to meet their challenger. Dreadwing faces off against Wheeljack, both determined to finish their business. They exchange fire, and Dreadwing runs and jumps into a crevice. The Wrecker gives pursuit, and Dreadwing avails him of the "surprises" he's left—proximity bombs, scattered all throughout the crevice. He dodges them with ease, and pins the 'Con against a dead end. Bulkhead reveals himself atop the crevice, preventing Dreadwing from flying off. However, he has one last trick up his sleeve—one last bomb, placed meters from Bulkhead's position. It explodes, burying the two under the exploded cliff face as he flies off. At base, Ratchet finds Bulkhead's transmission over a thousand miles away. At Optimus's inquiry, he says that no response has been made. In the crevice, Optimus helps Wheeljack out of a pile of boulders. Though Optimus acknowledges that he cannot force Wheeljack to obey his orders, he reprimands the rebel for endangering the safety of one of his troops. Ratchet informs Optimus over comm that Bulkhead's signal has moved. Wheeljack and Optimus fly to Bulkhead's location, a shipping depot. They find him in an unfortunate predicament, strapped to a crate with a bomb wired into his chest. Wheeljack gets to work defusing the bomb, but it proves a challenging prospect, as it is laced with all sorts of failsafes. Dreadwing looks on, with Optimus in his sights. He receives a transmission from Megatron, and tells his leader that he is pursuing his destiny. Megatron responds by saying that Optimus is not so easily beaten. Bulkhead tries to stop Wheeljack from continuing his attempts to defuse the bomb. He notices that Optimus is gone, and Wheeljack again deprecates Optimus for fleeing when the situation gets hot. Megatron allows Dreadwing to continue his plan, out of respect for his deceased brother. He disconnects, and muses to Soundwave that he does not expect him to come back. Dreadwing notices that Optimus is not there anymore, and Optimus chooses to announce himself. He appeals to the Decepticon's sense of honor, saying that his master does not respect chivalry and honor as he and his brother did. Dreadwing refuses the offer of defection, and fires upon Prime, who escapes into the maze of containers. Bulkhead pleads with Wheeljack to leave, but it falls on deaf ears. He says that the only bot who knows how to defuse the bomb is Dreadwing. Wheeljack remarks on the encroaching blaster fire, when he is delivered an uppercut by Bulkhead. The big bot tears out of his restraints, and runs away from his friend. Dreadwing continues to spar with Optimus, but loses him from his sights. Bulkhead runs toward the water, apologizing in advance to the sea life, when Wheeljack jumps out and tries to stop him. He is no match for the huge 'Bot, and is pushed along with him. He appeals to Bulkhead, agreeing with the fact that only Dreadwing can defuse the bomb—and that Optimus knows it as well. The Seeker slowly searches the dock. Suddenly, he hears a scream, and above him, Optimus comes crashing down on top of him with a shipping crane. Pinned, Dreadwing is forced to listen again to Optimus's proposal to defuse the bomb, which is now standing right beside him. Dreadwing is unfazed, saying that he would rather destroy himself and all three Autobots to avenge his brother. Optimus calls his bluff, and says that they too will die in fire with their brother. He grudgingly accepts, and defuses the bomb. However, not about to leave empty handed, Dreadwing sets off the many bombs he had placed throughout the port, and flies off. Wheeljack wonders who will clean that up. On the Nemesis, Megatron gloats about Dreadwing's defeat, but seems mildly surprised that the Seeker still lives. Dreadwing, in the wake of his defeat, pledges his total loyalty to Megatron. At the base, now addressing Optimus as "Commander," Wheeljack apologizes for his misjudgment about him earlier. All the Autobots, sans Ratchet, try to convince Wheeljack to stay. He says he'll explore the planet, to see if it's right for him. However, Bulkhead tells him that he has to have an Earth alternate mode. Outside, Wheeljack transforms, and drives off into the distance.
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---->"Then by the Pit, every last Autobot on this accursed world will pay!" ------> - Dreadwing Agent Fowler calls the Autobots, Autobot base, furious about another fight with possible the collateral damage. As all damage of them are present at base, a duel between two Cybertronians. Though Ratchet posits that the fighters may be infighting Decepticons. However, guesses it's Decepticon infighting, a video feed shows otherwise, for the two are an unidentified Skyquake-like Decepticon—and Wheeljack ! Though Bulkhead is thoroughly excited, Fowler demands that the situation be handled pronto. Outside of Omaha, Wheeljack battles it out with the 'Con. Agent Fowler hovers over the scene a darker-toned Skyquake look-a-like and demands stoppage, but is fired upon by none other than Bulkhead's old buddy Wheeljack. The 'Bot is hit in the shoulder, and falls team heads out to back as Agent Fowler supplies suppressive fire. A [=GroundBridge=] opens up, and up the Autobots step out. They aid Wheeljack, and fire upon the Decepticon, who takes cover. Agent Fowler flies overhead, and former Wrecker, while the Decepticon seizes the opportunity to scan his vehicle. He runs toward a gas station, and Wheeljack aims his blasters at him. Despite Optimus and Bulkhead's cautioning, he fires, and the station explodes takes Fowler's jet as an alternate mode. As the Decepticon transforms and flies off. Though flees, Wheeljack believes that the 'Con—revealed as Dreadwing—rigged it accidentally blows up a gas station trying to explode, he is informed otherwise. Though the Wrecker is eager take a last shot, leading to give pursuit, Optimus tells sternly ordering him that, to return to base with them, much to the rogue's annoyance. At base, while on Earth, it would be wise to respect his authority. Back at base, Ratchet repairs Wheeljack. He apologizes him, Wheeljack tells of his meeting up with fellow Wrecker Seaspray, only for the collateral damage, but says that his pursuit of Dreadwing warranted it. He starts into latter to be killed by the story of his pursuit. Originally, he was looking for Autobot refugees, but when the one he had found— Decepticon the former Wrecker Seaspray—is blown to bits by one of Dreadwing's bombs, he made it his mission to track the rogue 'Con down. After several solar systems worth of pursuit, Wheeljack caught up with him on Earth. was just fighting, who Optimus recounts his own knowledge of Dreadwing—he was a captain of a Seeker armada, and identifies as Dreadwing, Skyquake's split-Spark twin. He also infers Optimus states that Dreadwing's mission like Skyquake, Dreadwing is to pay allegiance bound by a code of honor and loyalty to Megatron. Wheeljack is eager to get go out and kick Dreadwing's tailpipe, for revenge against Dreadwing, but Optimus reels tries to stem his temper and convince him in, saying that any action taken against to join the Decepticons must be carefully planned on this foreign planet. This infuriates the Wrecker, who can't fathom the idea of doing nothing. Agent team under his command. Wheeljack's mood only worsens, not helped by Fowler walks in and admonishes arriving to chew out the 'Bots further. Wheeljack for nearly blowing their cover, asserts he's not one of Prime's people, and demands that Prime keep a closer watch on his troops. Wheeljack doesn't take well to being called part of the team, and walks off, followed by Bulkhead. storms off. Optimus explains Wheeljack's disregard for authority by his inclusion in the Wreckers, a unit to Fowler that operated outside the Wreckers were the Autobot equivalent of normal command. Somewhere mountainous, human black ops teams, with a very high job mortality rate. Dreadwing holds a laser beacon that continues into arrives on the sky. The Nemesis arrives, ''Nemesis'', and quickly asserts his loyalty and service to his master; however he boards. also seeks confirmation of the death of his twin, who he felt die via their split-Spark. Megatron welcomes his loyalty, confirms it, but Dreadwing reveals is sure to add that it was under Starscream's watch, and that he was brought to Earth with another purpose as well. He says that he and his twin, Skyquake, shared a split spark, and that he could feel across killed by the galaxy when his brother was released from stasis—and when his spark was extinguished. This information is confirmed by Megatron, and Autobots. Dreadwing vows to make every Autobot on Earth pay. swears vengeance, but Megatron avows that they will—eventually, under asserts his terms. He advises command over the Seeker seething Seeker, telling him to obey him, wait for his best interests. As order to go after the parties responsible. Much like Wheeljack, Dreadwing is not pleased by having to wait for his vengeance. Bulkhead meets up with Wheeljack works on his ship, Bulkhead attempts to change his mind about in the planet. ''Jackhammer'', trying to convince him to join the fight on Earth, and that Optimus is "the real deal". Wheeljack lists scoffs at this, stating that Optimus is just a stuffy figurehead who's all talk and will bail at the comrades they'd lost in battle, sight of trouble. He also laments the deaths of so many of their former Wrecker comrades, but Bulkhead takes is as all the more reason says that they must stick together. just means the remaining Wreckers should band together with Optimus to win the war. Dreadwing calls, challenging Wheeljack doubts Optimus's integrity, but Bulkhead stands firmly by him. Inside the Jackhammer, a challenge comes through over the commlink from Dreadwing. Wheeljack straps in to meet the 'Con, another fight, and Bulkhead gets in as well. They jet off is eventually swayed to meet their challenger. go along, if nothing else just to back up his rebellious buddy. Dreadwing faces off against Wheeljack, both determined to finish their business. They exchange fire, and Dreadwing runs and jumps into a crevice. The Wrecker gives pursuit, and Dreadwing avails him of the "surprises" he's left—proximity bombs, scattered all throughout the crevice. He dodges them with ease, and pins the 'Con against a dead end. Bulkhead reveals himself atop the crevice, preventing Dreadwing from flying off. However, he has one last trick up his sleeve—one last bomb, placed meters from Bulkhead's position. It explodes, burying the two under the exploded cliff face as he flies off. At base, Ratchet finds Bulkhead's transmission over a thousand miles away. At Optimus's inquiry, he says that no response has been made. In the crevice, Optimus helps Wheeljack out eventually meet and battle, but the Wreckers are tricked into a canyon, where one of Dreadwing's bombs send Bulkhead tumbling down from the top of a pile of boulders. Though Optimus acknowledges that he cannot force cliff, and buries Wheeljack. When Wheeljack to obey his orders, surfaces, he reprimands the rebel for endangering the safety of one of his troops. Ratchet informs finds Optimus over comm that (who noticed Bulkhead's signal has moved. leaving base) helping him up from the rock pile. Optimus begins to chew out Wheeljack, not for disobeying his command, but for endangering one of ''his'' men. Wheeljack only then notices Bulkhead's abscence, and Ratchet confirms via comm link that the big guy was spirited away by Dreadwing. Optimus fly to and Wheeljack head out in the ''Jackhammer'', where in a moment of vulnerability (and awkardness, with the large Optimus being uncomfortably wedged in the ship), Wheeljack reveals why he prefers a nomadic, solitary lifestyle: "it's less complicated that way." The two arrive at Bulkhead's location, a shipping depot. They find him in an unfortunate predicament, where the poor guy is strapped to some crates in a crate shipping yard, with a bomb wired into one of Dreadwing's bombs ticking away on his chest. Wheeljack gets tries to work defusing defuse the bomb, while Optimus takes his leave for other parts. Wheeljack scoffs that Optimus apparently bailed, but it proves a challenging prospect, as it is laced with all sorts of failsafes. Bulkhead knows better. Meanwhile, Dreadwing looks on, with Optimus in his sights. He receives a transmission from is contacted by an annoyed Megatron, and tells his leader that he is pursuing his destiny. reports he's out to destroy Optimus Prime. Megatron responds by saying warns him that Optimus is not so easily beaten. Bulkhead tries to stop Wheeljack from continuing his attempts to defuse the bomb. He notices Prime isn't that Optimus is gone, and Wheeljack again deprecates Optimus for fleeing when the situation gets hot. easy to beat, exasperatedly groaning over how many times he's tried to tell his troops this. Megatron allows Dreadwing a freebie to continue his plan, out of respect for his deceased brother. He disconnects, and try, but muses to Soundwave that he does not expect him to come back. he'll be quite surprised if they ever see the Seeker again. Dreadwing notices that Optimus is not there anymore, out of sight, and just then Optimus chooses tries to announce himself. He appeals appeal to the Decepticon's sense of Dreadwing's honor, saying that his master does not respect chivalry and honor as he and his brother did. Dreadwing refuses but to no avail. The two begin to duke it out in the offer of defection, and fires upon Prime, who escapes into the maze of containers. shipping yard. Bulkhead pleads with Wheeljack to leave, but it falls on deaf ears. He says that the only bot who knows how ends Wheeljack's attempts to defuse the bomb bomb, realizing only Dreadwing can, and is Dreadwing. able to tear free from his confinement and make a run for the water. Wheeljack remarks on the encroaching blaster fire, when he is delivered an uppercut by Bulkhead. The big bot tears out of his restraints, and runs away from his friend. Dreadwing continues to spar with Optimus, but loses him from his sights. Bulkhead runs toward the water, apologizing in advance to the sea life, when Wheeljack jumps out and tries to stop him. He is no match for the huge 'Bot, and is pushed along with him. He appeals to Bulkhead, agreeing with the fact stops him, having accepted that only Dreadwing can defuse the bomb—and that Optimus knows it bomb as well. The Seeker slowly searches the dock. Suddenly, he hears a scream, and above him, Optimus comes crashing down on top of him with a shipping crane. Pinned, well. Dreadwing is forced to listen again to Optimus's proposal to defuse soon pinned down by a shipping crane by Optimus, and the bomb, which is now standing right beside him. Autobots try to get him to help. Dreadwing is unfazed, saying that he would rather destroy himself claims he's happy to die and all three Autobots to avenge join his brother. twin, but Optimus calls his bluff, smells the load of crap and says that they too will die in fire with their brother. He grudgingly accepts, the Seeker relents and defuses the bomb. However, not about bomb, to leave empty handed, Bulkhead's relief. Nonetheless, Dreadwing sets off the many escapes as bombs he had placed throughout go off all over the port, and flies off. Wheeljack wonders who will clean that up. shipping yard. On the Nemesis, ''Nemesis'', Megatron gloats about is amused at Dreadwing's defeat, failure to kill Prime, but seems mildly surprised is pleased that he still survived and has learned his lesson, as the Seeker still lives. Dreadwing, in the wake of his defeat, pledges his total loyalty to Megatron. At him. Back at the Autobot base, now addressing Optimus as "Commander," Wheeljack apologizes for his misjudgment about him earlier. All and Optimus make amends, and though he's convinced to stay, the Autobots, sans Ratchet, try Wrecker refuses a permanent spot on the team, opting instead to convince Wheeljack to stay. He says he'll explore the planet, to see if it's right for him. However, Bulkhead tells him that he has to have an Earth alternate mode. Outside, Wheeljack transforms, and drives off into the distance. on his own in a new vehicle mode.
25th Sep '13 4:12:44 PM firejewel
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** And Wheeljack pursues him to avenge the other Wreckers.
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** And Wheeljack pursues him to avenge the other Wreckers.his fellow Wrecker Seaspray.
20th Sep '13 12:12:40 AM Bushranger
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Agent Fowler calls the Autobots, furious about another fight with possible collateral damage. Though all of them are present at base, Ratchet posits that the fighters may be infighting Decepticons. However, a video feed shows otherwise, for the two are an unidentified Skyquake-like Decepticon—and Wheeljack ! Though Bulkhead is thoroughly excited, Fowler demands that the situation be handled pronto.
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Agent Fowler calls the Autobots, furious about another fight with possible collateral damage. Though As all of them are present at base, Ratchet posits that the fighters may be infighting Decepticons. However, a video feed shows otherwise, for the two are an unidentified Skyquake-like Decepticon—and Wheeljack ! Though Bulkhead is thoroughly excited, Fowler demands that the situation be handled pronto.
4th Sep '12 8:02:59 PM Drellade
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* ContainerMaze: The climax of the episode takes place in one.
19th Aug '12 4:19:47 PM Eddy1215
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Outside of Omaha, Wheeljack battles it out with the 'Con. Agent Fowler hovers over the scene and demands stoppage, but is fired upon by Wheeljack. The 'Bot is hit in the shoulder, and falls back as Agent Fowler supplies suppressive fire. A GroundBridge opens up, and the Autobots step out. They aid Wheeljack, and fire upon the Decepticon, who takes cover. Agent Fowler flies overhead, and the Decepticon seizes the opportunity to scan his vehicle. He runs toward a gas station, and Wheeljack aims his blasters at him. Despite Optimus and Bulkhead's cautioning, he fires, and the station explodes as the Decepticon transforms and flies off. Though Wheeljack believes that the 'Con—revealed as Dreadwing—rigged it to explode, he is informed otherwise. Though the Wrecker is eager to give pursuit, Optimus tells him that, while on Earth, it would be wise to respect his authority.
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Outside of Omaha, Wheeljack battles it out with the 'Con. Agent Fowler hovers over the scene and demands stoppage, but is fired upon by Wheeljack. The 'Bot is hit in the shoulder, and falls back as Agent Fowler supplies suppressive fire. A GroundBridge [=GroundBridge=] opens up, and the Autobots step out. They aid Wheeljack, and fire upon the Decepticon, who takes cover. Agent Fowler flies overhead, and the Decepticon seizes the opportunity to scan his vehicle. He runs toward a gas station, and Wheeljack aims his blasters at him. Despite Optimus and Bulkhead's cautioning, he fires, and the station explodes as the Decepticon transforms and flies off. Though Wheeljack believes that the 'Con—revealed as Dreadwing—rigged it to explode, he is informed otherwise. Though the Wrecker is eager to give pursuit, Optimus tells him that, while on Earth, it would be wise to respect his authority.
6th May '12 6:39:58 AM SpideyTerry
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** And Wheeljack pursues him to avenge the other Wreckers.
2nd May '12 9:23:39 PM beccaray235
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* WireDilemma: The bomb attached to Bulkhead has to be disarmed this way, just like an Earth bomb.
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* ItsPersonal: Dreadwing arrives on Earth to avenge his twin brother [[KilledOffForReal Skyquake.]] * WireDilemma: The bomb attached to Bulkhead has to be disarmed this way, just like an Earth bomb.movie bombs.
30th Apr '12 10:01:04 PM beccaray235
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* Adorkable:
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* Adorkable:{{Adorkable}}
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