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New TCC Beast Wars: Uprising text story - "Trigger Warnings"

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New TCC Beast Wars: Uprising text story - "Trigger Warnings"

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Sep 02, 2016 7:43 pm

A mere eight days after the last one comes another new addition to the Transformers Collectors Club website's Prose Fiction section in another installment of the Beast Wars: Uprising storyline. Titled "Trigger Warnings", Wolfang of the Maximal Command Security Force undertakes the investigation of a murder case in a classic film noir style story. Written by Jim Sorenson and David Bishop, with the cover by Christopher "IKY" Colgin and interior artwork by Dan Perico.

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The sixth story in the Beast Wars: Uprising series "Trigger Warnings" is now available online! This story is told in the classic film noir style. When the body of a deactivated Micromaster is found in a dreary alleyway, MCSF Detective Wolfang is the only robot interested in the case. Or is he? Other parties soon emerge and things start to get complicated as the identity of the Micromaster and her true history are revealed, leaving Wolfang to wonder if the fate of entire planet Cybertron is buried somewhere deep in?? her secrets.

Read the story here --> http://www.transformersclub.com/prose/Beast-Wars-Uprising-Trigger-Warnings-Revised-V1.02.pdf
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