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Transformer Deaths

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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby starry* *night » Sun Feb 05, 2012 10:35 pm

That's always one of the things I like the least
since they can all live for unknown thousands of years
it's kind of a sad irritation to lose any of the characters in our (or a serie's) lifetime - like.

Did see Dinobot's and that did stand out.
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Feb 06, 2012 12:03 am

ironrod prime wrote:you know when i say movies i dont just mean the live action ones
I brought up the movies and was referring to the movieverse deaths. If I were to mention any deaths from the G1 movie or the Beast Wars II movie, I'd include them in the G1 cartoon deaths and Beast Wars II deaths.
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:08 pm

Sabrblade wrote:
ironrod prime wrote:you know when i say movies i dont just mean the live action ones
I brought up the movies and was referring to the movieverse deaths. If I were to mention any deaths from the G1 movie or the Beast Wars II movie, I'd include them in the G1 cartoon deaths and Beast Wars II deaths.

why are you always so technical :lol:
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:55 pm

ironrod prime wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
ironrod prime wrote:you know when i say movies i dont just mean the live action ones
I brought up the movies and was referring to the movieverse deaths. If I were to mention any deaths from the G1 movie or the Beast Wars II movie, I'd include them in the G1 cartoon deaths and Beast Wars II deaths.

why are you always so technical :lol:
Why you so broad? :P ;)
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby ironrod prime » Tue Feb 07, 2012 2:36 pm

touche
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby Tacticon » Fri Mar 16, 2012 2:13 pm

For me, it would be:

1) Ironhide (DOTM) - Totally unexpected...

2) Cliffjumper (TF Prime) - Ugh!!! A climax of him being cool immediately established on the get go.. and then sliced..

3) Ratchet (G1) - Barely put up a fight in the Ark...
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby DefCon13 » Fri Jun 01, 2012 11:25 pm

G1: Tie ---- Prowl (One blast from one constructicon ...smoke from his mouth -fear in his eyes..ummm...Total disrespect )----Tie with Starscream (Am I the only one who longed to see 'Scream meet a merciless demise befitting of the most treacherous con ever ??? Lol This was as satisfying to me as Prowl's death was frustrating....)

BW: Dinobot - Hands down the most well done transformer death ....Very honorable ....Tigerhawk's demise was a cool close second but it kind of robbed his hadcore image even if only in the slightest of ways...Tigerhawk was a guaranteed win against an individual enemy,and after much thought ,I concluded T-hawk being vaporized by the Nemesis was fitting because losing to a pred would have undermined his strength in hindsight...

BM: Primal/Megatron's reformatting death
RID: Didnt care
Armada: Didnt care for this series either
Energon: Alpha Q although the series failed to grab me emotionally
Cybertron: Didnt care
Animated: Prowl ....At least he didn't get screwed the way he did in G1
Prime: Cliffjumper .... Starscream killing Cliffjumper gave credibility to 'Screams TFP character and set the dark underlying tone of TF Prime as a series in general....
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby ironrod prime » Sat Jun 02, 2012 10:22 am

(almost forgot)

vector prime - this one still gets me i know he exists out of time but it still gets me
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Re: Transformer Deaths

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Jun 02, 2012 12:01 pm

If Prime Bulkhead dies, his will, without a doubt, be the most meaningful and best handled death of any and all deaths in TF: Prime thus far.
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Re: Transformer Deaths

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