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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby Wing Saber » Sat Oct 22, 2011 1:04 pm

OH OH OH
starry* *night wrote:1 segment I remember seeing had 'Sharkticon' (a real shark-like looking version) appearing in a Episode characterized as a treasure hunter with no affiliation who attacked an Autobot water base,
I think I saw a Blue Helicopter version of Obsidian as part of the same segment or episode??

was this the sharkticon?
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby starry* *night » Sat Oct 22, 2011 3:42 pm

Wing Saber wrote:OH OH OH
starry* *night wrote:1 segment I remember seeing had 'Sharkticon' (a real shark-like looking version) appearing in a Episode characterized as a treasure hunter with no affiliation who attacked an Autobot water base,
I think I saw a Blue Helicopter version of Obsidian as part of the same segment or episode??

was this the sharkticon?
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I'd have to think that was right.
he's RID ? is he?
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby ironrod prime » Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:01 pm

starry* *night wrote:
Wing Saber wrote:OH OH OH
starry* *night wrote:1 segment I remember seeing had 'Sharkticon' (a real shark-like looking version) appearing in a Episode characterized as a treasure hunter with no affiliation who attacked an Autobot water base,
I think I saw a Blue Helicopter version of Obsidian as part of the same segment or episode??

was this the sharkticon?
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I'd have to think that was right.
he's RID ? is he?


yep thats skybyte

there was a helicopter in rid his name was rotor but he was purple
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby starry* *night » Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:13 pm

I don't know if it was some non cannon filler-side-story-short-subject thing connected to a RID episode,
because I thought Sky-Bite had a steady role there.

But all I remember really is that the idea of the Shark Transformer -independent treasure hunter guy fascinated me.

I might have turned it on the next day but shut it off just because he wasn't in it,
I'm not sure about that though.
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:28 pm

starry* *night wrote:I don't know if it was some non cannon filler-side-story-short-subject thing connected to a RID episode,
because I thought Sky-Bite had a steady role there.

But all I remember really is that the idea of the Shark Transformer -independent treasure hunter guy fascinated me.

I might have turned it on the next day but shut it off just because he wasn't in it,
I'm not sure about that though.
Well, Sky-Byte wasn't a treasure hunter, and did have a prominent role in that series.

I can't recall any TF cartoon character who was both a treasure hunter and turned into a shark.
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby Wing Saber » Sat Oct 22, 2011 11:25 pm

Sabrblade wrote:Well, Sky-Byte wasn't a treasure hunter, and did have a prominent role in that series.

I can't recall any TF cartoon character who was both a treasure hunter and turned into a shark.

Well, my dear Sabrblade, If you recall in several episodes he kind of acted as a treasure hunter, searching for things in caverns, underwater pyramids, and pyramids inside caverns.
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Oct 22, 2011 11:31 pm

Wing Saber wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Well, Sky-Byte wasn't a treasure hunter, and did have a prominent role in that series.

I can't recall any TF cartoon character who was both a treasure hunter and turned into a shark.

Well, my dear Sabrblade, If you recall in several episodes he kind of acted as a treasure hunter, searching for things in caverns, underwater pyramids, and pyramids inside caverns.
Yeah, but, Starry described this character as being an independent with no allegiance and who attacked an Autobot water base. Did Sky-Byte ever do that? (serious question)
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby Wing Saber » Sat Oct 22, 2011 11:44 pm

Sabrblade wrote:Yeah, but, Starry described this character as being an independent with no allegiance and who attacked an Autobot water base. Did Sky-Byte ever do that? (serious question)

The un-alligned thing could've been a mistake
the water base... hmmm Perhaps Starry is reffering to the episode 'The hunt for Black Pyramid' Where Skybyte and Optimus battle on top of the boat the Autobots are using to find the Pyramid
Is this the Episode, Starry?
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby starry* *night » Sat Oct 22, 2011 11:57 pm

I found it on youtube and I think that must be it.

The more I see the more I think it was what caught my attention
like the picture where he pushes Opt into the water.
That must have been very near the time I came in on the episode.
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Re: Two goofy cartoon questions

Postby Wing Saber » Sun Oct 23, 2011 12:03 am

starry* *night wrote:I found it on youtube and I think that must be it.

The more I see the more I think it was what caught my attention
like the picture where he pushes Opt into the water.
That must have been very near the time I came in on the episode.

I had attached the video in my post, but it didn't show up for some reason... strange.
Oh well
Though, I'm curious about this "Obsidian"-like character you saw? Maybe this character was in another episode and your mind blended them together? My mind does that sometimes :lol:
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