Galvatron's Tiny Problem is a Crossover FanFiction written by Shebakoby and takes place in her fanfic-verse, during The Big Capture of 2006 storyline which corresponds to post- Transformers: The Movie, and is itself a continuation of Prisoner of Destiny. As such, it contains her Original Character Sheba, though she is not the focus of the story.
This work contains examples of:
- And Knowing Is Half the Battle
- Arm Cannon: Megatron and Galvatron
- Berserk Button: It is heavily implied that Cyclonus does not take kindly to any insults or disparagement being directed at Galvatron, even if Galvatron himself isn't there to hear it.
- Big Eater: Sheba. She does remark that the absent Insecticons would have really enjoyed the food at the rebel camp.
- Blood Knight: Galvatron. He initially only agrees to help break the Horde's supply blockade because it means he'll get a chance to fight.
- Continuity Nod: The shrinking formula in the She-Ra: Princess of Power episode "Small Problems" makes a comeback.
- The main reason Optimus Prime and Megatron agree to help the Great Rebellion get supplies past Horde blockades is they are indebted to She-ra for helping to free them from Horde slavery in The Big Capture of 1999-2006 fanfic series.
- Swift Wind uses Maneuver 36, first seen in the She-Ra: Princess of Power Season 1 episode 40, "Treasure of the First Ones."
- Continuation Fic
- Evil Sorceress: Shadow Weaver
- Freeze Ray: Blitzwing and Galvatron become victims of this.
- Knockout Gas: One of Shadow Weaver's spells
- Not So Different: Galvatron realizes that the Transformers' conflict with the Quintessons mirrors the Great Rebellion's struggle against the Horde.
Astrotrain: You know, for a puny flesh creature, you're not bad, She-ra.
- Also this moment:
- Morph Weapon:She-ra: Sword to Shield!
- Running the Blockade: Subverted.
- Standard Status Effects: Silence (Mute), Sleep, Stun, and Mini
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork
- Verbal Tic: Catra's tendency to roll her r's and extend her s's. Also Mantenna stretching his words out, particularly, but not limited to, prolonging his m's and n's.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Sheba assumes Shadow Weaver's spell is like a Warcraft III-style channeling spell, meaning a spell's effects last only as long as it's being cast and ends if the spell is interrupted by silence or stun. Unfortunately it was Sleep Mist, meaning the effect remained even after Sheba had used a Silence status effect attack on Shadow Weaver, causing Sheba to fall asleep.