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The 25th episode of the 2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon has aired on Cartoon Network in the U.S. Titled "Battlegrounds, Part 1", we have finally come to the first part of the long-awaited Season 1 finale. The time has come for the great evil Optimus warned Bumblebee about to appear on Earth, as Steeljaw's Pack works to prepare for this great evil's arrival. However, both Optimus and the Bee Team are still not yet ready to face this new threat and so must hasten their preparation prematurely. Can either of them make it in time to stop the prophesied evil from emerging, or is the Earth doomed once and for all? Let's see.
Option 1 - http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2u4gpl
Option 2 - http://kisscartoon.me/Cartoon/Transformers-Robots-in-Disguise-2015/Episode-25?id=58799
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