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Today, the first episode of Machinima's new Transformers: Power of the Primes online mini-series has aired on Go90 and Tumblr. Titled "The Swamp", this episode picks up shortly after where we last left off at the end of Titans Return. The evil Megatronus is back and, after having killed Optimus Prime, has taken possession of the Matrix of Leadership and the Enigma of Combination. He seeks to add a third relic to this collection of his, the Requiem Blaster. Elsewhere, a group consisting of Windblade, Victorion, Perceptor, and Megatron seek the same relic in a swamp, but run into a new problem.
Go90 (U.S. only) - https://www.go90.com/videos/AwYuFwRTEEG
Tumblr (worldwide) - https://transformersprimewars.tumblr.com/post/173471320499/transformers-prime-wars-trilogy-s3e1-the-swamp
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