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The 26th episode of the 2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon has finally aired on Cartoon Network in the U.S. Titled "Battlegrounds, Part 2", this is the final episode of the first season. Last time, Steeljaw's Pack made preparations for the arrival of the ancient evil, Megatronus, on Earth. Though both Bumblebee and Optimus each made their own preparations to stop his coming to Earth, both of them were too late to stop his arrival. Now, Megatronus has come, and nearly every Autobot we've seen before in this show much unite together to stop him. Can the Autobots prevail, or will Megatronus succeed in annihilating both the Earth and Cybertron?
Option 1 - http://kisscartoon.me/Cartoon/Transformers-Robots-in-Disguise-2015/Episode-26?id=58803
Option 2 - http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k6yZtA8EpkTrGnbCbc2
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