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Well, I would like to know the names of the Primes you know, using the original 13 and others.
These are the ones I already know:
Primus (robot-god, creator of all and brother Unicron)
Note: If you notice any errors in the writing, I apologize, I'm Brazilian and google translator often fails.
Nova prime /Nemesis prime
Optimus primal/optimal optimus
Overload jet prime
Savage claw prime
Sonic wing prime
Megatron (artificial prime)
Thanks for your posting. But there is a doubt about Megatron: I was reading the Transformers Wiki Alliance Primus and read this sentence:
"I am alpha and omega, the beginning and the end. I am that which is, which was, and is yet to come...and you will know my name is Megatron when I lay my vengeance upon you!"
This is because there would be another called Megatronus? Well, I know it was the Prime Megatronus Fallen, The Fallen. When Megatron (us) entered politics had to shorten his name to Megatron. He is Alpha and Omega, then he is a Prime, but did not inherit the advantages, such as using the Forge of Solus and only strength?
Megatronus Prime (The Fallen) entered the body of Megatron after he was denied the High Council?
Note in anotations i put "artificial prime" meaning he wasn't a true prime. He replaced replacedhis arm with that of the deceased zeta prime so he could wield the forge of solus prime to make and wield the dark star saber
Here's what I could find:
The Dynasty of the Primes
Sentinel Zeta Prime
Big Bang Prime
Four Members of the original thirteen that have not yet been revealed
If you have questions about any of them, I'd be happy to answer.
Thanks for the post, I have doubts about Liege Maximo, why Primus created evil?
I'll get around to posting my answer at some point. Been busy lately.
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