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Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:11 pm
by Wing Saber
Sabrblade wrote: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.

CYLON (13) wrote:Image

Hey, that kind of looks like Bulkhead, the beard being like Bulk's chin and all

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 7:31 am
by Sabrblade
I never wanted Dinobot to die in Beast Wars, yet look how superb and memorable it made "Code of Hero" be.

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:03 am
by ironrod prime
Sabrblade wrote:I never wanted Dinobot to die in Beast Wars, yet look how superb and memorable it made "Code of Hero" be.

you know everyone (me included) that his death is one of the greatest in transformers history and yet nobody remembers dinobot 2's death albeit less epic it was still honerable

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 4:09 pm
by DefCon13
Sabrblade wrote: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.



I agree with it being the most meaningful ,but getting back shot by Hardshell while running into the ground bridge made me angry for Bulkhead '..I always envisioned him being depleted/weakened in a gradual manner the way he was in Toxicity but I didnt want him finished off in such a cowardly manner ..I guess the effect they were going for worked if the writers' intent was frustrating the fans and making it personal against Hardshell .. :D They most certainly accomplished that as it stands .. I guess it isnt as bad as falling to a Silas driven Breakdown husk .Haha

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 9:29 am
by Tacticon
TF Movie (80's) - Starscream being blasted during his short lived coronation event. Although it wasn't an emotional scene, it portrayed that no one is certain under the ruthlessness of a Decepticon (ie. Galvatron or Megatron)

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 1:40 pm
by ironrod prime
Tacticon wrote:TF Movie (80's) - Starscream being blasted during his short lived coronation event. Although it wasn't an emotional scene, it portrayed that no one is certain under the ruthlessness of a Decepticon (ie. Galvatron or Megatron)
well to be fair starscream had it comming

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 2:32 pm
by CYLON (13)
^ I was coming in here to say Starscream can't die and you guys are already talking about him! :lol:
I saw his Beast Wars appearance earlier, poor guy can't catch a break I tells ya! :lol: I agree, though, 'Screamers eyes are usually too big for his stomach. :P

DefCon13 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote: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.



I agree with it being the most meaningful ,but getting back shot by Hardshell while running into the ground bridge made me angry for Bulkhead '..I always envisioned him being depleted/weakened in a gradual manner the way he was in Toxicity but I didnt want him finished off in such a cowardly manner ..


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Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 5:39 pm
by ironrod prime
technicaly starscream cant die his spark is immortal so no offense but to speak of him in this thread (atleast in the g1 sense) is pure ignorance

on a side note id like to give an honorable mention to transmutate next code of a hero it was the greatest episode in beast wars

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 8:31 pm
by CYLON (13)
ironrod prime wrote:technicaly starscream cant die his spark is immortal so no offense but to speak of him in this thread (atleast in the g1 sense) is pure ignorance


Prideful worm!
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:P Just kiddin'. :lol: I've had that line in my head for about a week. :lol:
Whenever someone's trying to smack talk, that's the go to line from now on. 'K? ;) :lol:

Re: Transformer Deaths

PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2012 12:20 am
by ironrod prime
well thats just prime