History WesternAnimation / BeastWars

19th Apr '18 9:30:46 AM Alden2
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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Present, as per usual for a ''Trasnformers'' series, but downplayed at first. Optimus Primal and Megatron do start the series bigger (barring Dinobot), stronger, and better armed than the rest of the cast, but not to the same overwhelming degree as their G1 counterparts. They ''can'' and ''do'' lose engagements to foes that are not each other. However, as the series goes on, and they evolve into the various Transmetal forms, their power compared to their contemporaries increases exponentially.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Present, as per usual for a ''Trasnformers'' ''Transformers'' series, but downplayed at first. Optimus Primal and Megatron do start the series bigger (barring Dinobot), stronger, and better armed than the rest of the cast, but not to the same overwhelming degree as their G1 counterparts. They ''can'' and ''do'' lose engagements to foes that are not each other. However, as the series goes on, and they evolve into the various Transmetal forms, their power compared to their contemporaries increases exponentially.
11th Apr '18 2:40:46 PM whisperingsage
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* InTheirOwnImage: According to [[spoiler:G1's Megatron]], this was the plan passed down to BW's Megatron. By going back to while the Autobots and Decepticons were in stasis lock and [[spoiler:killing Optimus Prime]], Megatron would create a time paradox that would [[spoiler:remove Autobots, and thus Maximals, from existence, causing the Decepticons to win the Great War and shape the future in their image.]]

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* InTheirOwnImage: According to [[spoiler:G1's Megatron]], this was the plan passed down to BW's Megatron. By going back to while when the Autobots and Decepticons were in stasis lock and [[spoiler:killing Optimus Prime]], Megatron would create a time paradox that would [[spoiler:remove Autobots, and thus Maximals, from existence, causing the Decepticons to win the Great War and shape the future in their image.]]
8th Apr '18 4:33:29 PM Shotoman
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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Present, as per usual for a ''Trasnformers'' series, but downplayed at first. Optimus Primal and Megatron do start the series bigger (barring Dinobot), stronger, and better armed than the rest of the cast, but not to the same overwhelming degree as their G1 counterparts. They ''can'' and ''do'' lose engagements to foes that are not each other. However, as the series goes on, and they evolve into the various Transmetal forms, their power compared to their contemporaries increases exponentially.
7th Apr '18 5:25:59 PM etj5yjyhjyg
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7th Apr '18 10:50:22 AM nombretomado
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* FlingALightIntoTheFuture: A villain example, [[spoiler: Before the [[TransformersGeneration1 Great War from the original cartoon]], the humans launched the [[MacGuffin golden disk]] which contained information about Earth into outer space. Megatron, the leader of the Decepticons, acquired it at some point and encoded an additional message on the disk. Presumably, the message indicates the location of the Ark and asks the descendants of the Decepticons to use transwarp technology to [[TimeTravel travel through time]], gain access to the Ark using codes to Teletraan I encoded on the disk, and change history by killing Optimus Prime, the leader of the Autobots, before he can defeat Megatron and win the Great War.]]

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* FlingALightIntoTheFuture: A villain example, [[spoiler: Before the [[TransformersGeneration1 [[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Great War from the original cartoon]], the humans launched the [[MacGuffin golden disk]] which contained information about Earth into outer space. Megatron, the leader of the Decepticons, acquired it at some point and encoded an additional message on the disk. Presumably, the message indicates the location of the Ark and asks the descendants of the Decepticons to use transwarp technology to [[TimeTravel travel through time]], gain access to the Ark using codes to Teletraan I encoded on the disk, and change history by killing Optimus Prime, the leader of the Autobots, before he can defeat Megatron and win the Great War.]]
25th Mar '18 1:25:08 PM Bartzv
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** "Other Voices, Part One" established that all the pods fell out of orbit when the Planet Buster was activated. The ones that weren't recovered were likely either destroyed when they crashed or were/became blanks.
28th Feb '18 11:21:00 AM ASCE
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The Stasis pods. In the first episode, the Maximals release the stasis pods to prevent them from being damaged from crashing on the planet, and at least two dozen can be counted. Considering the few number of new characters introduced and the dud stasis pods used for other purposes, it's possible several stasis pods remained around the planet's orbit by the end of the series without the Maximals mentioning them.
21st Feb '18 3:28:59 PM PurrElise
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The series that [[{{Revival}} revived]] the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' franchise after a years-long recession, '''''WesternAnimation/BeastWars''''' was a fully CG-animated series that premiered in 1996. It was produced by the now-bought-out Creator/MainframeEntertainment, hot on the heels of its predecessor, ''ReBoot'' (in fact, its' first season aired as part of the syndicated "Power Block" (distributed by Hasbro's Claster TV firm) alongside ''ReBoot'', ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeExtreme'' and ''WesternAnimation/VorTech''). Hugely controversial at the time among purists for the massive changes to the Transformers formula, most prominently the change from vehicles and electronics to animals. "[[TheyChangedItNowItSucks TRUKK NOT MUNKY!]]" was a common cry of its detractors of the time.

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The series that [[{{Revival}} revived]] the ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' franchise after a years-long recession, '''''WesternAnimation/BeastWars''''' ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' was a fully CG-animated series that premiered in 1996. It was produced by the now-bought-out Creator/MainframeEntertainment, hot on the heels of its predecessor, ''ReBoot'' (in fact, its' first season aired as part of the syndicated "Power Block" (distributed by Hasbro's Claster TV firm) alongside ''ReBoot'', ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeExtreme'' and ''WesternAnimation/VorTech''). Hugely controversial at the time among purists for the massive changes to the Transformers formula, most prominently the change from vehicles and electronics to animals. "[[TheyChangedItNowItSucks TRUKK NOT MUNKY!]]" was a common cry of its detractors of the time.
18th Feb '18 12:32:20 PM FXFBHFCVFC
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18th Feb '18 11:41:27 AM nombretomado
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