Characters: Transformers Cybertron
This is the character page for Transformers Cybertron
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Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki (JP), Richard Cox (EN)
- Demoted to Extra: How long did it take for him to stop doing anything? Four episodes?
- Guile Hero
- Protector: While not as proactive as Crosswise, he's always tried to look out for us little guys.
Voiced by: Kenichi Mochizuki (JP), Michael Donovan (EN)
- Demon Catcher: Retired.
- The Hunter: In his past he hunted down rogue bots like a police officer or bounty hunter would.
- Protector: Of the primative humans who the ancient Decepticons terrorized.
- Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Before the Autobots arrival Metroplex was only ever interested in building things. After the Decepticons start making a mess, he takes action.
Voiced by: Kenichi Mochizuki (JP), Michael Daingerfield (EN)
Voiced by: Toshihiko Nakajima (JP), Mark Acheson (EN)
- Beware the Silly Ones
- Butt Monkey: Quoth Crumplezone:
"When he [Optimus] sees our real strength and feels our vengeance, he'll regret beating us over and over and over and..."
- The Brute
- Mid-Season Upgrade: After suffering massive damage. A ghostly Megatron appears and saves the dying bots life. Alomg with granting ole Ceumplzone a new look and some extra firepower.
- Doesn't help at all. A couple of episodes, a couple of good shots which ultimately become Hope Spots from his point of view, and he's straight back to being a Butt Monkey (despite the Badass new Hot Paint Job).
- Plucky Comic Relief
Voiced by: Mayumi Kurokawa (JP), Ryan Hirakida (EN)
Dr. Lucy Suzuki
Voiced by: Taketora (JP), Robert O. Smith (EN)
Sideways' new partner in crime, out to avenge their dead world
The God of Cybertronians.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: As a god, you'd be worried if this trope wasn't in place.
- Badass: As it goes to show, you don't mess with him. He's god.
- Handicapped Badass: Believe it or not, his full power is actually restricted for most of the series as part of his soul is essentially disconnected from his body.
- God Is Good: He's a benevolent force in the universe, for both humans and Cybertronians.
- Sci-Fi Writers Have No Sense of Scale: Mercifully, it's not as bad as with Unicron in Armada, as most combatants seeking to fight him have to size up a bit.
- The Worf Effect: Galvatron stuns him at one point with a blast of dark energy, although to be fair Galvatron has a MacGuffin or four boosting his power to ridiculous levels.