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The Unicron.com Forums Christmas 2015 Surprise is here!

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The Unicron.com Forums Christmas 2015 Surprise is here!

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Dec 25, 2015 3:22 pm

Merry Christmas one and all! For the past two weeks, a special surprise was announced and promoted that would be posted on this day today. And now, the time has finally come to announce that the surprise is here!

Previously, the surprise was said to be related to a Transformers cartoon of the past. One that came after the 1980's but before the year 2007. I now formally present to you, in the Transformers Cartoon Discussion forum, a project that has been both a labor of love and a long time coming:


That's right! It's the original Robots in Disguise cartoon from 2001! Merry Christmas!

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Go read it here --> http://forum.unicron.com/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=5850
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