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Postby lioconvoy » Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:11 pm

this poast is much the same as another previous but with one mager difference...

what would you all say the gratest desepticon or predacon leader is?

personally, i believe bw megatron to be the gratest predacon leader as he is mersiless, clever and is cunning.
his only let down is his disrespect for his predacons.
comming a close second is bwii galvatron as he is pritty much the same as bw megs exept that he respects his troops.
magmatron is a grate but he just doesn't quite reach grate hights with mne lol.

as for desepticons i would have to say the original megatron although he did tend to cower away from combat at the slightest sign of things not going his way.
from a strictly combat point of view i would say deathsaurus is a grate.

what are your views?
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby Sabrblade » Thu Apr 08, 2010 2:39 pm

Best Megatron: Beast Era Megatron

Best Decepticon Leader: Animated Megatron

Best Predacon Leader: Beast Era Megatron

Best non-Megatron Decepticon Leader: Overlord.
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby DocWho » Thu Apr 08, 2010 3:37 pm

Animated Megatron, simply because he's really darn smart.

BW Megatron did things, but he was also kinda an idiot.
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby Wing Saber » Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:05 am

Greatest megatron: Cybertron Galvatron
Greatest non megatron decepticon leader: Armada Optimus Prime
greatest overall decepticon leader: Armada Optimus Prime
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:10 am

Wing Saber wrote:Greatest megatron: Cybertron Galvatron
Greatest non megatron decepticon leader: Armada Optimus Prime
greatest overall decepticon leader: Armada Optimus Prime
Since when was Armada OP evil?
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby Wing Saber » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:42 pm

Since when was Armada OP evil?

he was never evil, but when Galvatron is falling into Unicron at the end of Armada he says: "farewell optimus prime! you win! now go look after your men! they need you!" thus indicating he's giving optimus control of his army as well/
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby DocWho » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:42 pm

Sabrblade wrote:
Wing Saber wrote:Greatest megatron: Cybertron Galvatron
Greatest non megatron decepticon leader: Armada Optimus Prime
greatest overall decepticon leader: Armada Optimus Prime
Since when was Armada OP evil?


Maybe that's why he doesn't like Animated OP. :lol:
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:50 pm

Wing Saber wrote:
Since when was Armada OP evil?

he was never evil, but when Galvatron is falling into Unicron at the end of Armada he says: "farewell optimus prime! you win! now go look after your men! they need you!" thus indicating he's giving optimus control of his army as well/
That's not in the same context as what Lioconvoy was asking. He means "who is the greatest Decepticon/Predacon Leader who is also a Decepticon/Predacon."

Optimus Prime is not a Decepticon/Predacon.
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Re: gratest desepticon

Postby lioconvoy » Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:04 pm

wouldn't optimus make a grate desepticon leader lol freedom fis the rite of all sentiant beings however we make piece thrue tyrany lol.
as for cybertron galvatron i agree that he had power but he was nutty as a fruet loop lol.

how was bw mega a bit of an idiot? he near enough assassinated optimus prime, captured an enortal unstopable killer, took control of cybertron, removed sparks from a planet lode of cybertronians and had the balls to stand up to tripredacus when his contemperaries (magmatron and galvatron) were content to wait.

as for animated megs all hale the cunning head that was such an unstopable thret. he needs respect.
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