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Allspark and the Arc?

Postby Fartimus Prime » Sun Mar 04, 2012 2:37 am

Somethings been bugging me since I first saw DOTM. Is it just me or was it never explained, how the Allspark and the Arc both coincidentally wound up in our atmosphere and landed on our planet and our moon? I mean thats one heck of a coincidence, right??
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby Sabrblade » Sun Mar 04, 2012 9:30 am

Well, when the AllSpark was launched into space, it automatically sought the location of the Harvester, which was located on Earth.

As for the Ark, when Sentinel had made the deal with Megatron to select another planet whose resources they could raid to restore Cybertron, they too chose the planet which held the Harvester, which was Earth.

However this deal was made before the AllSpark was launched and went to Earth, so they didn't anticipate the AllSpark winding up on the very planet that they sought to exploit for its resources.

And when the Ark was blown away into space after its launch, it actually began jumping around time and space via the space bridge tech set aboard it. At some point after the AllSpark was launched, whilst the Ark was jumping around in space, it picked up on the energies of the AllSpark and, in one final time-space jump, wound up in vicinity of Earth, 1962, where it crashed into the moon.

So, basically, the Harvester is the reason everything was drawn to Earth.
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby Fartimus Prime » Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:34 am

That makes sense to me. Where did you get that tidbit of information? The novel(s)? I only read Ghosts of Yesterday and The Veiled Threat. I don't thing Bay is smart enough to come up with that. If he had to explain it, it would have had something to do with Sam's glasses. ;-)
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby ironrod prime » Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:55 am

Fartimus Prime wrote: I don't thing Bay is smart enough to come up with that. If he had to explain it, it would have had something to do with Sam's glasses. ;-)

thats cheap bays smarter than you think
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:52 pm

Fartimus Prime wrote:That makes sense to me. Where did you get that tidbit of information? The novel(s)? I only read Ghosts of Yesterday and The Veiled Threat. I don't thing Bay is smart enough to come up with that. If he had to explain it, it would have had something to do with Sam's glasses. ;-)
Several different Movieverse comics.
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby CYLON (13) » Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:33 pm

Wow, that's cool info. ...still haven't seen DOTM... :oops: :?

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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby Someone » Tue May 21, 2013 11:03 am

Sabrblade wrote:Well, when the AllSpark was launched into space, it automatically sought the location of the Harvester, which was located on Earth.

As for the Ark, when Sentinel had made the deal with Megatron to select another planet whose resources they could raid to restore Cybertron, they too chose the planet which held the Harvester, which was Earth.

However this deal was made before the AllSpark was launched and went to Earth, so they didn't anticipate the AllSpark winding up on the very planet that they sought to exploit for its resources.

And when the Ark was blown away into space after its launch, it actually began jumping around time and space via the space bridge tech set aboard it. At some point after the AllSpark was launched, whilst the Ark was jumping around in space, it picked up on the energies of the AllSpark and, in one final time-space jump, wound up in vicinity of Earth, 1962, where it crashed into the moon.

So, basically, the Harvester is the reason everything was drawn to Earth.

It may have been the Matrix, that was also on Earth.
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby Sabrblade » Tue May 21, 2013 11:42 am

Someone wrote:It may have been the Matrix, that was also on Earth.
I wasn't speculating. The comics very clearly say that it was due to the Harvester being on Earth.
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby ironrod prime » Tue May 21, 2013 12:08 pm

Besides the matrix is just the key the harvester is the main power source
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Re: Allspark and the Arc?

Postby cyberwuss » Tue Jun 04, 2013 12:08 am

I just got back from the matrix of leadership, its pretty cool in there I'm back to the archives now.
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