History YMMV / TransformersPrime

3rd Sep '17 9:13:14 AM WakefulPigeon
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** However, neither Silas nor Airachnid are compared to the likes of the monstrous [[DeathWorld Unicron]], who is the literal incarnation of chaos dedicating his entire existence in [[OmnicidalManiac wiping out life of the universe for his own pleasure]]. Starting out as the ancient enemy of his twin brother Primus (the god of all Transformers), Unicron's legacy has tainted much of Cybertron during the ages; even when being dormant inside the very core of the Earth, his blood (known as Dark Energon) has corrupted much of Cybertron's core that resulted its shutdown, forcing the Transformers (both Autobots and Decepticons) to leave in search of new home. Even after being awaken from his slumber, Unicron plans to subject Earth to the very same fate and later poison more of Cybertron's core to prevent future generations of Transformes from coming, even possessing and controlling an uneasy Megatron to do his bidding through eternal torture. Being a cruel and heartless spirit, Unicron makes no secret or hesitation in accomplishing his goal, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even the Decepticons (especially Megatron and Airachnid) all fear of invoking Unicron's wrath]].

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** However, neither Silas nor Airachnid are compared to the likes of the monstrous [[DeathWorld Unicron]], who is the literal incarnation of chaos dedicating his entire existence in [[OmnicidalManiac wiping out life of the universe for his own pleasure]]. Starting out as the ancient enemy of his twin brother Primus (the god of all Transformers), Unicron's legacy has tainted much of Cybertron during the ages; even when being dormant inside the very core of the Earth, his blood (known as Dark Energon) has corrupted much of Cybertron's core that resulted its shutdown, forcing the Transformers (both Autobots and Decepticons) to leave in search of new home. Even after being awaken from his slumber, Unicron he plans to subject Earth to the very same fate and later poison more of Cybertron's core to prevent future generations of Transformes Transformers from coming, even possessing and controlling mentally torturing an uneasy Megatron to do his bidding through eternal torture. Being a cruel and heartless spirit, Unicron makes no secret or hesitation in accomplishing his goal, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even the Decepticons (especially Megatron and Airachnid) all fear of invoking Unicron's wrath]].
29th Aug '17 5:32:50 AM Doug86
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* SeasonalRot: The second season is considered the weakest of the three by a fair portion of the fanbase, with some outright hating it. Most of the seems to stem from [[spoiler:killing off complex and/or interesting characters e.g. Breakdown and Dreadwing]] as well as wasted plot potentials like Bulkhead's injuries and various other plots that could have lasted longer. It also doesn't help that the second season made use of the tired treasure-hunting trope which plagued the UnicronTrilogy, where the heroes had to go hunting for the Omega Keys and generally go back-and-forth with the bad guys over a gimmick which had [[DorkAge more than worn out its welcome]] from TransformersArmada to TransformersCybertron.

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* SeasonalRot: The second season is considered the weakest of the three by a fair portion of the fanbase, with some outright hating it. Most of the seems to stem from [[spoiler:killing off complex and/or interesting characters e.g. Breakdown and Dreadwing]] as well as wasted plot potentials like Bulkhead's injuries and various other plots that could have lasted longer. It also doesn't help that the second season made use of the tired treasure-hunting trope which plagued the UnicronTrilogy, where the heroes had to go hunting for the Omega Keys and generally go back-and-forth with the bad guys over a gimmick which had [[DorkAge more than worn out its welcome]] from TransformersArmada Anime/TransformersArmada to TransformersCybertron.Anime/TransformersCybertron.
7th Aug '17 6:02:52 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Raf's encounter with Dark Energon. TF Prime is dark, but it would never break InfantImmortality. Raf wouldn't have died, especially on screen.

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** Raf's encounter with Dark Energon. TF Prime is dark, but it would never break InfantImmortality.ImprobableInfantSurvival. Raf wouldn't have died, especially on screen.
31st Jul '17 8:38:27 PM WakefulPigeon
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** However, neither Silas nor Airachnid are compared to the likes of the monstrous [[DeathWorld Unicron]], who is the literal incarnation of chaos itself dedicating his entire existence in [[OmnicidalManiac wiping out life of the universe for his own pleasure]]. Starting out as the ancient enemy of his twin brother Primus (the god of all Transformers), Unicron's legacy has tainted much of Cybertron during the ages; even when being dormant inside the very core of the Earth, his blood (known as Dark Energon) has corrupted much of Cybertron's core that resulted its shutdown, forcing the Transformers (both Autobots and Decepticons) to leave in search of new home. Even after being awaken from his slumber, Unicron plans to subject Earth to the very same fate and later poison more of Cybertron's core to prevent future generations of Transformes from coming, even possessing and controlling an uneasy Megatron to do his bidding through eternal torture. Being a cruel and heartless spirit, Unicron makes no secret or hesitation in accomplishing his goal, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even the Decepticons (especially Megatron and Airachnid) all fear of invoking Unicron's wrath]].

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** However, neither Silas nor Airachnid are compared to the likes of the monstrous [[DeathWorld Unicron]], who is the literal incarnation of chaos itself dedicating his entire existence in [[OmnicidalManiac wiping out life of the universe for his own pleasure]]. Starting out as the ancient enemy of his twin brother Primus (the god of all Transformers), Unicron's legacy has tainted much of Cybertron during the ages; even when being dormant inside the very core of the Earth, his blood (known as Dark Energon) has corrupted much of Cybertron's core that resulted its shutdown, forcing the Transformers (both Autobots and Decepticons) to leave in search of new home. Even after being awaken from his slumber, Unicron plans to subject Earth to the very same fate and later poison more of Cybertron's core to prevent future generations of Transformes from coming, even possessing and controlling an uneasy Megatron to do his bidding through eternal torture. Being a cruel and heartless spirit, Unicron makes no secret or hesitation in accomplishing his goal, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even the Decepticons (especially Megatron and Airachnid) all fear of invoking Unicron's wrath]].
31st Jul '17 8:36:54 PM WakefulPigeon
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** However, neither Silas nor Airachnid are compared to the likes of the monstrous [[DeathWorld Unicron]], who is the literal incarnation of chaos itself dedicating his entire existence in [[OmnicidalManiac wiping out life of the universe for his own pleasure]]. Starting out as the ancient enemy of his twin brother Primus (the god of all Transformers), Unicron's legacy has tainted much of Cybertron during the ages; even when being dormant inside the very core of the Earth, his blood (known as Dark Energon) has corrupted much of Cybertron's core that resulted its shutdown, forcing the Transformers (both Autobots and Decepticons) to leave in search of new home. Even after being awaken from his slumber, Unicron plans to subject Earth to the very same fate and later poison more of Cybertron's core to prevent future generations of Transformes from coming, even possessing and controlling an uneasy Megatron to do his bidding through eternal torture. Being a cruel and heartless spirit, Unicron makes no secret or hesitation in accomplishing his goal, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even the Decepticons (especially Megatron and Airachnid) all fear of invoking Unicron's wrath]].
19th Jul '17 3:22:18 AM Shadeblade11
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* DoubleStandard: Miko has gotten away with blatantly defying orders to stay back in the safety of the base, blithely putting herself at risk and becoming a protective burden on everyone else. When Jack does it at the behest of Smokescreen in "Legacy" and is hesitant about it and even calls Ratchet for backup, he and Smokescreen get chewed out harshly even when they are genuinely contrite. Contrast this with what happened when Wheeljack and Miko attempt to go an on even more reckless RoaringRampageOfRevenge - they get off with only a few disapproving statements by Ratchet in "New Recruit". At best, it might be a matter of different expectations. Smokescreen is supposed to be an Elite Guard graduate and Jack was entrusted with the Key to Vector Sigma. Conversely, Wheeljack is a loose cannon and an independent worker, while Miko is reckless and couldn't be entrusted with an Energon sandwich.
25th Jun '17 9:08:43 AM AVFireBlade9472
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13th Jun '17 9:04:34 AM Prometheus117
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** [[spoiler: In "Evolution", upon discovering Predaking's transformation, Megatron and his command staff plan the eradication of the newborn Predacon clones, before said clones are given the chance to turn on the depleted Decepticons. Starscream suggests they set it up so the Autobots would look entirely responsible and turn Predaking's anger towards ''them'' instead of his creators. Even Shockwave, ''the creator of the clones'', is coldly in favor of the idea.]]

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** [[spoiler: In "Evolution", upon discovering Predaking's transformation, Megatron and his command staff plan the eradication of the newborn Predacon clones, before said clones are given the chance to turn on the depleted Decepticons. Starscream suggests they set it up so the Autobots would look entirely responsible and turn Predaking's anger towards ''them'' instead of his creators. Even Shockwave, ''the creator of the clones'', is coldly in favor of the idea.idea, though that's perfectly in keeping with his own nature: If an idea is logically sound (which Starscream's claim was), it's alright with him, be damned the morality of it.]]
6th Jun '17 9:54:35 AM Scorntex
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** Any time the show tries to present the Vehicons as a threat, when their aim is so poor. Fight scenes become so much less dramatic when the bad guys' shots aren't even going anywhere near the biggest team member when he's ''standing still''.
*** A serious offender is a series 3 episode where Wheeljack and Arcee are surrounded... and the Vehicons just stand there while the two come up with a way out.



** Unicron's voice in ''Predacons Rising'' being and nasal high-pitched makes him sound far less threatening than the menacing growl of Megatron who he is supposed to [[DemonicPossession control]].

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** Unicron's voice in ''Predacons Rising'' being and nasal high-pitched makes him sound far less threatening than the menacing growl of Megatron who he is supposed to [[DemonicPossession control]].


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** Starscream's constant boasting about how he killed Cliffjumper falls a little flat after the dozenth time. Especially when the Autobots mow down dozens of generic goons an episode.
9th May '17 1:06:46 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TheyJustDidntCare: In the "Orion Pax" arc, Orion has lost his memories of his time as Optimus Prime, and is stated to have reverted back to his pre-Prime memories. Despite this, he doesn't recognize Megatron as an enemy, despite the fact that Megatron pulled his FaceHeelTurn long before Orion became Optimus Prime. Glaringly, Arcee actually brings this up, but the show doesn't pay any attention to her.
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