The Transformers Chronology

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by Jeremy H. Pace
9 million years B.C.-------------------------------------------------

The Quintisons create Vector Sigma and the planet (about the size of
Mars, but much heavier as it is entirely metal and air) Cybertron.  They start
selling military and personal robots to the dominant life-forms in the
Milky Way Galaxy.  The biggest buyers happen to be humanoid in shape, so the
robots are made in bilateral humanoid form, with male and female characteristics
for variety.

[the Decepticon on the planet with the merpeople's transformation pool is
obviously an early Quintisson model.]

Vector Sigma, the ultimate computer, is the only way to control the
Plasma Energy Chamber and other parts of Cybertron.  The Quintisons, mistrustful
of even their own creations, make the Plasma Energy Chamber give off too
much energy, so that all robots trying to use it will overload.  The Quints,
being organic, have no such problem with the Plasma.

The robots develop true sentient 'souls' and rebel against their Quint
masters, who have gotten fat and lazy off selling robots and acting like kings. 
Thus begins the First Cybertronian War.  A scientist robot named A3 is one of
the leaders, with a female scientist called Beta as his second-in-command. A3
manages to make a controller device to override the Quintisons' Guardian
enforcer robots.  The Quints are forced to flee Cybertron.  Thus begins
"the Golden Age of Cybertron", a time of pure science and self-discovery for
the Cybertronian self-willed robots.

A depository for the greatest scientists' and leaders minds' is made, and
called the Autobot Matrix of Leadership.  As time progresses, this Matrix
is found to have strange powers of remote energy-matter transferrence. Only
certain Autobots who have both the proper mind and body shape can use the
Matrix.  A tradition of calling the Autobot leader "Prime" is started.

Vector Sigma is the only computer that can program new robot bodies.  As
asked by the Cybertronians, each robot is given a personality at "birth".

The military robots name themselves Decepticons and try to rule Cybertron
as their own planetary kingdom.  This is the Second Cybertronian War.  Some
try to remain neutral, but they are soon forced to choose between the
Decepticon "camp" or Autobot "camp".

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The robots learn how to reconstruct their bodies to transform, allowing
them to become vehicles, equipment, or weapons.  They are powered by energon,
a condensing energy-matrix that is used to convert matter to energy and
then tapped for power.  Thus any matter can be used for life, but the best 
results come from electricity.

Over the next 5 million years different Decepticon and Autobots will rule
Cybertron, their home, with the losers fleeing the planet or "jailed"
(their AIs held in stasis), or outright killed.  A3, now known as Alpha Trion,
is a still a scientist Autobot at the end of the Third Cybertronian War.  He
inherited the Autobot Matrix when the last Autobot leader fell, but did
not accept the mantle of leadership. When the current Decepticon leader
Megatron damages warehouse-worker Orion Pax and two others, Alpha Trion recreates
them into Optimus Prime, Aleeta One, and Ironhide.  He gives Optimus Prime the
Autobot Matrix of Leadership, giving new life to the Autobot cause
against the Decepticons.  Thus the Fourth Cybertonian War begins.

In the Decepticon camp, leadership is by the strongest and most ruthless
of dictators.  Megatron also shows a cunning for battle strategy. 
Decepticon science now includes size-changing, allowing Soundwave and his
"cassettes" to transform from 50 feet tall to half a foot.  (Megatron's orginal
transform - mode is unknown, perhaps a giant gun similar to Shockwave.)

Jetfire is lost during a recon mission.  Starscream joins the Decepticon 
camp.  Megatron corrupts the Constructicons, who in turn sabotage Crystal
City and almost destroy its city Guardian robot turned Autobot Transformer,
Omega Supreme.  Omega Supreme chases the Constructions off of Cybertron,
following them for revenge.  Some Autobots leave Cyberton and learn how to survive
on a planet of mechanical dumpsites, and call themselves "Junkions" instead of
Autobots.

The Quintisons nurse their wounds on a far-off terraformed planet,
calling it "Quintessa". They continue their weapon-dealing ways around the galaxy.

Energon becomes an acceptable form of money in many star systems.  

A group of super-pacifist "neutrals" and Autobots leave Cybertron,
finding a wormhole to a pocket universe.  Over the millenia, they cyber-form a
planet into a second Cybertron, calling it Paradon.

4 million years B.C.
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Over the length of the Fourth Cybertronian War Optimus Prime and
Aleeta-One became seperated.  Prime used his Iacon fortress to conduct his battles,
while Aleeta began using guerrilla tactics. Cybertron was almost
completely drained of energy, as the Wars have either depleted or destroyed various
energy sources.  Cybertron drifts aimlessly through the Orion Arm of the Galaxy,
eventually passing near a G-type sun with several planets.  One, the
third planet from the star, is within the zone for organic life, and has an
atmosphere like Cybertron (which was like the Quintison's home planet).

Autobot leader Optimus Prime learns of this planet, and prepares to take
his Autobots to the planet to recover from the past War and bring back energy
to power Cybertron.  However, Megatron learns of Prime's plans and ambushes
the starship on its way to the third planet.  (Megatron left Shockwave in
charge of the Decepticon territories on Cybertron.) During a battle in a
gigantic meteor storm (the Asteroid Belt?), both ships crash on the third planet,
with most of the Transformers still locked in death struggles aboard the
Autobot ship.  Megatron's last power source, the Heart of Cybertron, is still
aboard the other ship, which crashes in South America.

The Insecticons jettison from the Decepticon ship and crash upon the
planet in the Central Americas.  Their on-board computer eventually gains enough
power to reform them into indigious life-forms, as huge insects that live
on actual biomass instead of energon cubes.

A few Decepticons and Autobots are left on Cybertron.  Alpha Trion
secretly guides Aleeta One and other Autobots from time to time.

Cybertron spacedrives at this time are limited to lightspeed with the use
of plasma rockets similiar to fusion drives but much more powerful. 
Subspace radio is in its infancy.  Many of the Transformers have "talent"
technology that has been lost, making each Transformer unique.


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The dominant life-form on the third planet, which the "Humans" call
"Earth", undergoes a religon-motivated change in date chronolgy.  The star is
called "Sol".  Cybertron continues to drift without power through the Orion Arm.

1985 A.D.

The volcano that the Autobot ship crashed into, Mt. St. Hillary in the
state of Oregon in the nation of the United States of America, erupts, giving
off enough heat to power energy sinks onboard the ship, which in turn
activates the ship's computer, Teletram One.  Teletram One immediately sends a low-
altitude satellite to observe the planet the Transformers crashed upon. 
Much has changed in four million years.  The indigious, dominant life forms
have a primitive technology. Teletram One scans several native transportation
and military vehicles, and uses its' onboard repair units to reactivate the
closest Transformer.  This robot is unfortunely a Decepticon, who manages
to keep the repair bots focused on reviving the Decepticons and not the
Autobots.

Megatron takes his Decepticons and begins building another starship.  He
learns of the people of the planet, but as they are organic they pose no
threat.  Meanwhile, the repair robots manage to reach Optimus Prime and
rebuild him, and then the other Autobots.  Optimus goes out to stop
Megatron, and meets Humans in the process, rescuing "Spike" and "Sparkplug" from an
oil rig.  These Humans are instrumental in teaching the Autobots about
Earth.  Megatron's starship is shot down into the Pacific Ocean, where Megatron
uses it for a base for the next several years.  He manages to use subspace
radio to contact Shockwave on Cybertron, and the two compare technological
advances made on Cybertron while the other Transformers were on Earth.

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Megatron builds a subspace teleportation "bridge", finding that it
requires an active intelligence to guide the faster-than-light beam.  A superluminal
plasma drive is discovered by both sides, leading to true starships.  Wheeljack
makes an Immoblizer ray, but then discards it. New ways of tapping background
radiation and energy for energon cubes are discovered.

Megatron discovers an Autobot colony-city on an alien planet.  He finds
the inhabitants dead, victims of Cosmic Rust, a bacteria that eats
Cybertronian metals.  He attempts to use an Autobot heat ray he discovered in the city
to destroy the Autobots, but is forced to discard it to stop the Rust.

The Decepticon starship is discovered by a Human archeological dig. 
Megatron takes the Heart of Cybertron to power himself with exceptional powers,
but the Heart is stolen and destoyed by the Autobots.

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Shockwave discovered that someone had been stealing energon cubes from
his supplies at regular intervals.  He set up a trap, and was amazed to
discover it was female Autobots!  Shockwave sent a subspace message to Megatron on
Earth, and Megatron sent a message to Prime, gloating over the fact that
he was about to terminate Optimus Prime's mate.  Prime remembered that he
had tried to get Aleeta-One (or Elita One) to come with him on the Ark, but
she had refused, and the space ship had taken off without her.  Prime drove
to the Decepticon spacebridge and overcame the guards, teleporting to
Cybertron.  Powerglide, Ironhide, and Inferno, came later to assist Prime. 
Meanwhile, the female Autobots were shown to be Firestar, Moonracer, and Chromia, with
Elita-One as their leader (and two unnamed).  Firestar transformed into a
small Cybertronian-style truck, the other females into small cars.  They
had a poorly hidden underground base, where Elita One was planning guerrilla
tactics to fight the Decepticons.  She had a mentor, Alpha Trion, who
continually reminded her never to use her "special power."  Elita One
went topside to go look for a new base site.

Megatron sent Starscream and other Decepticnos to Cybertron to assist
Shockwave in hunting down Optimus and the female Autobots.  Starscream
discovered the entrance and had Rumble make quakes to collapse the
underground rooms.  Moonracer was forced to use the energon cubes to
explode a blocked tunnel.  Then Elita and Optimus Prime met, only to be captured by
Starscream.  Starscream had Optimus tied up and was about to drop him
into a vat of acid, when Elita One used her "special power": a timestop. 
Walking through the rainbow field, Elita rescued Optimus and carried him outside
until the field wore off and she collasped.  She told Prime that her special
power used up ALL of her energon, killing her for the one-time activation. 
Elita had Prime then take her to Alpha Trion, her mysterious mentor. 
Meanwhile, the timestop wore off in the building, and Starscream thought Prime was dead
and Elita escaped.  At Alpha Trion's secret rooms, Alpha had Optimus take his
power converter out to do a special energon transfusion, since Optimus
and Elita had the same energon signature.  Prime said "But only my creator
would know that!"  Alpha Trion agreed, still healing Elita.

The other female Autobots and male Autobots met on the surface of
Cybertron, and talked of old times, Powerglide to Moonracer, Ironhide to Chromia,
Inferno to Firestar.  Then Starscream and Shockwave showed up with other
Decepticons, and a battle started.  Prime and Elita drove up and were able to beat the
'Cons off.  Elita One was able to make a new, higher-tech base elsewhere
on Cybertron.  Optimus offered to take the female Autobots to Earth, but
Elita refused, saying that she would continue the fight on Cybertron.

Elita and her guerrillas were never heard from again.

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The Autobots free a planet from the Decepticons.  The planet has a
strange transformation pool, which allows intelligences to reform themselves. 
The natives use the pool to become merpeople, to escape the peoples' city,
which is ruled by an old Quintison Decepticon robot.

In creating the Stunticons and Aerobots, the Key to Vector Sigma is
destoyed.  Alpha Trion is absorbed into Vector Sigma.  Alpha Trion gives the Key to
the Plasma forge to Optimus, where the first Quintison robots were made.

Over the next 20 years, Humans help Autobots and Decepticons both, with
sometimes disasterous results.  The most prominent Human is Spike, who
does extensive research into Autobot technology.  Spike Witickty marries
Carlie, who is also a friend of the Autobots.  Earth obtains technology to expand
beyond the Solar System.

Other Autobots and Decepticons, learning that Optimus Prime and Megatron
are on Earth, rejoin the ranks of their companions.  Some allow themselves to be
disguised as Earth vehicles; some do not.

Spike and Carlie Witicky have a son, Daniel.

Autobots discover "cassette" technology similar to the Deceptions', which
allows them to build cassettes for Blaster.

Primacrom, an immortal alien scientist, becomes jealous of the
Transformers and their powerful planet Cybertron.  He constructs Unicrom, a massive
Transformer the size of a moon, and orders him to subjgate Cybertron for
him.  Unicrom rebels, fleeing his creator and devouring various planets as he
travels though intersellar space at lightspeed.  But, driven by his
programming, Unicrom telepathically probes the Transformers on Earth.  He
is horrified to find the Autobot Matrix of Leadership, an energy matrix
that, used properly, could anniliate him.  He begins forming a plan to use
agents to acquire or destroy the Matrix.

Primacrom's assistant, an energy being, cannot handle Omicrom's
ego-driven insanity and leaves.


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The Decepticons leave for Cybertron, allowing a short time of peace on
Earth.  The Autobots build Autobox City, planning on using it as a base and a
gigantic Transformer warrior, Metroplex.  Spike has a son named Daniel, and then
goes with a team of Autobots to use Cybertron's moons as a stepping-stone to
attack the Decepticons.

On his way to Cyberton, Unicrom eats a planet of cyborgs who had learned
of him years before, but fails to capture one of the natives, a being named
Krannix.

Unfortuntely, Megatron learns of this Autobot plan and hijacks an Autobot
ship going to Earth.  Several Autobots die in the hijacking.  Seconds before
the ship lands, Hot Rod and Daniel discover the Decepticons and fire upon
them, giving the other Autobots warning and time to transform Autobot City into
Defense Mode.  But caught by surpise, many Autobots are killed.  A
message is sent to Optimus on Cybertron, but even at superluminal speed a starship
will take 12+ hours to reach Earth.

Prime arrives with reinforcements, and fights Megatron.  The Decepticons
retreat, taking their dead and wounded with them.  Prime is damaged
beyond repair, and dies, passing on the Matrix to Ultra Magus.  The Matrix does
not accept him.  Megatron and other damaged Decepticons are set adift in
interstellar space, where they are met by Unicrom.  Unicrom reforms them
into his own agents, and gives them a starship to kill the Matrix with. 
Megatron, now Galvatron, kills Starscream to regain Decepticon leadership, then
attacks the Autobots on Earth.

Unicrom arrives in orbit around Cybertron, eating one of the moons. 
Spike and Bumblebee are presumed dead.

Galvatron learns that Unicrom controls all of his creations via a
subspace link to a pain circuit.

The Autobots flee Autobot in two ships.  During the battle that follows,
one ship with the Dinobots, Kup, and Hot Rod crash on a planet, while the
other ship self-destructs in order to fool Galvatron that Springer, Arcee,
Ultra Magnus, and Daniel are dead with the Matrix.  In reality the bridge of
the starship crashes on a junk planet.

Hot Rod wakes up to find himself in a parody of a planet were biological
life-forms are imitated in robotic forms.  He rescues Kup, only to be
captured by Sharkicons.  The two are taken to a jail where he meets Krannix, the
last survior of Unicrom's latest planet.  Then Krannix is sentenced to death. 
The rulers of the world are five-faced cyborgs, who delight in sentencing the
Autobots to death also.  Kup and Hot Rod are rescued by the Dinobots, who
found an ally named Wheelie.  The Autobots steal an alien ship to search
for the others.

On the junk planet, Daniel and the others are ambushed by Decepticons and
alien Transformers alike.  Ultra Magnus is shattered, and the Matrix
taken.  Hot Rod and the others arrive on the junk planet, and befriend the
Junkion Autobots. The Autobots and Junkions alike then reactive Ultra Magnus and
head to Cybertron to stop Unicrom.

In Cybertron orbit, Galvatron tries to throw off Unicron's yoke.  In
response, Unicrom transforms from Planet to Battloid mode, and attacks Cybertron. 
Shockwave assembles the Deceptions on Cybertron to attack Unicron.  Many
Decepticons die.  Hod Rod and the Junkions arrive, and Hod Rod pilots a
damaged starship into Unicrom's head unit, blinding one eye but causing little
overall damage.  The Junkion ship continues to strafe Unicrom.  Inside Unicrom,
the Autobots are seperated, with Springer, Kup, Ultra Magnus, and Daniel
freeing Spike and Bumblebee while Hod Rod meets and fights Galvatron for the
Matrix of Leadership.

Galvatron is driven mad by his old memories of being Megatron,
independent of Unicron's control, and Unicron's use of pain to goad Galvatron to action.

Grimlock discovers that his "brute force" strategy may need revamping.

Hot Rod manages to get the Matrix from Galvatron, and the Matrix's
acceptance of him causes an energy-to-matter transfer, changing Hot Rod to Rodimus
Prime.  Rodimus hurls Galvatron out of Unicron, then opens the Matrix from its
crystal shell.  The Matrix energy divides again and again, damaging Unicron
wherever it touches him.  Rodimus recollects the energy and then leads the other
Autobots out of Unicron's head.  Inside Unicron, the damage done by the Matrix
energy reaches overload.  Unicron explodes from the inside, leaving only his
head intact.

With the Decepticons fleeing Cybertron, the planet is now in control of
the Autobots again.

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after 2005 A.D. 

A crypt for the Decepticons and a flying masoleum for the Autobot dead
are made.  Cyclonus and Scourge find Galvatron and the Decepticons arise
again.  Five-faced aliens, now discovered to be the descendants (and a few
originals) of the Quintisons, begin to study the rediscovered Transformers and their
organic allies, the humans.  The Quints try everything from time travel
to brainwashing to regain their manufacturing planet, Cybertron.

All other female Autobots other than Arcee are presumed dead.

The Autobots and Decepticons travel throughout the Galaxy, using alien
transdimensional gates, their plasma stardrive, and other technologies.

The Decepticons create Tripicon, making a rival to the Autobots'
Metroplex.

The Quintisons build their own Transformers, calling them the Horrocons,
in order to fight the Cybertronian Transformers.  They destroy their own
adopted home planet Quintessa in an attempt to kill Rodimus Prime.  The Quints
try to activate a failsafe device inside each and every Quintison-made robot,
but are foiled by the Human Spike.

Rodimus Prime begins to experiment with the Matrix, trying to discover
its uses.

A gangster on Earth convinces Snake, a retired terroist, to use synthoid
technology to transfer the Autobots into Human bodies, which are easier
to kill.  His plot to use the Autobots' bodies to attack Autobot City is 
thwarted by the synthoids themselves.  Snake escapes, the gangster does
not.

Grimlock undergoes a mindboost, which he uses to create the Technobots.
Grimlock then backslides to normal.

The Autobots free a star system from a Quintison "quadrant lock" that
kept the entire star system in a special pocket of spacetime.  The reason behind
the confinement was to keep a race of telepathic people from progressing to
spaceflight.

The Quintisons use a "time window" to take Alpha Trion (A3) from the past
so that the First Cybertronian War never happens, and they will be returned
to power.  The Autobots intervene, and the plan fails.

The "neutrals" planet Panadron in its pocket universe is discovered by
Cyclonus and Scourge.  The planet is full of non-Transforming Autobots that tried
to escape the Wars.  When Galvatron arrives, the Panadronians contact the
Autobots on Cybertron.  Rodimus Prime orders the neutrals to blow up the planet to
prevent Galvatron from using it.  Transformer Sandstorm rejoins the ranks of the
Autobots.

Starscream's ghost, freed inadvertanly from his remains by Octane,
posseses one of the Sweeps, and tries to get his body back and also destroy
Galvatron.  Starscream even helps Unicron's head to use Cybertron for a new body, but
backstabs him at the last moment.  The last news of Starscream had him in
a new body but flung out of control from Cybertron.

Primacron tries to capture Cybertron again, this time using an energy
being he created.  The energy being Tormetron absorbs the energy from the
Cybertronians, first on Luna, then Earth, then Cybertron, effectively
killing them.  Primacron's old assistant mangages to contact the "primitive' 
Transformers while they were battling on Luna and guides them to destroy
the energy creature.  Tormetron proves more than the Dinobots, Abominous, and
Sky Lnyx or Tripticon can handle. Grimlock, the last Transformer, mangages to

burst into Primacron's lab just as Tormetron rebels and tries to eat
Primacron.  Grimlock has Primacron reverse the energy creature's reason
for existing (instead of absorbing energy, Tormetron will give it back) and 
reanimates the other Transformers.  Primacron ferverntly agrees to stop
making agents.  Grimlock trashes Primacron's lab anyway, just to have fun.


The Quintisons reanimate Optimus Prime to a kind of zombie status, in
another plot to take Cybertron back.  Rodimus discovers Optimus onboard the crypt
and is betrayed into giving up the Matrix.  Optimus' true personality
resurfaces at the last minute, and Optimus gives Hot Rod the Matrix back.  Optimus's
starship supposably is destroyed by a trap set for the other Autobots.

In reality, Optimus' body is recovered by a team of Human scientists
researching a new kind of heat-resistant metal.  The star where the trap
for the Autobots was located goes supernova, proving the heat-resistant metal
ship but coating the ship in strange spores.  Back on Earth, the spores
are discovered to cause an infectious madness in all sentient life.  One of
the Human scientists, Dr. Jessica Morgan, is injured by the Decepticons when
they steal the metal, causing her father to hate all Transformers.  He leads
the Autobots to his lab and infects them with the madness disease, which
spreads to the starports and then the Galaxy.  Rodimus and Sky-Lynx take Optimus'
body and kidnap a Quintison to revive Optimus Prime.  Rodimus is infected, and
Optimus, coated in the heat-resistant metal, fights him for the Matrix.  
Searching through the Matrix ghosts, Optimus discovers an old legend from
the original Autobot program about the madness spores.  "Such madness is
fought with wisdom." the AI tells Optimus.  Optimus opens the Matrix and
releases the Matrix-energy, which speads at faster-than-light speeds all across the
Galaxy, healing the madness with a bit of Matrix wisdom to each infected person.
With the Matrix emptied but still usable, Optimus leads the Autobots back
to Cybertron.

Bumblebee is reformed into Gold Bug.

More Autobots and Decepticons return to their leaders from across the
Galaxy.

Vector Sigma lets Galvatron learn of the Key to the Plasma Energy
Chamber.  Galvatron, thinking it a new energy source, attacks Autobot City on Earth
to get the key.  He then travels to Cybertron, and inserts the Key. 
Autobots follow him to Cybertron and are present when the Key actives the Chamber.
 The strange energy short-circuits several Transformers and a starship,
sending its crew flying out of control.  Only Spike and Daniel, organic creatures,
are unaffected by the energy.

Optimus Primus uses the Matix of Leadership to communicate with Vector
Sigma, and discovers that Alpha Trion is now part of Vector Sigma.  Sigma has
allowed Galvatron to discover the Key to the Plasma Energy Chamber for a reason. 
Sigma apparently has clairvoyant powers, as it knows Humans will be
instrumental in re-powering Cybertron to a new Golden Age.  The Plasma
Energy Chamber affects all energy-using beings.

The ship lands on a planet called Nebulos.  Its humanoid inhabitants are
divided into two castes.  Some are people that learned technokinesis,
controlling machinery with the mind alone.  A few of them are cyborgs,
their brains housed in barely adequate robot bodies.  Everyone else on Nebulon
is subject to the "Hive", as the technokinetics call themselves.  Arrival of
the Autobots and Decepticons changes the balance of power on Nebulons. 
Daniel is attacked and in critical condition, forcing Spike to use the Autobots to
create the Headmasters, Transformers with humanoid secondary operators.  Several
Nebulons become the Headmasters, and then the Targetmasters, binary
partners.  The Decepticons, with the help of the Hive Masters, copy Spike's efforts.

Battles for the Key follows.  Optimus arrives, but is doubtful about the
new unions.

The Hivemasters transform their city into a fortress capable of
superluminal flight, and take Daniel, Arcee, and other Autobots hostage.  They then
leave for Cybertron to give Galvatron the Key.  Spike discovers the
Hivemaster's old city, the one that they lived in before they developed their
technokinetic powers, and reforms the city into a Headmaster fortress.  He then takes
off for Cybertron.

On the planet of the Transformers, Galvatron is in a rage that his
warriors have bonded themselves with organic operators, but must accept them and
their firepower.  He orders the Decepticons to build massive superluminal
engines to power Cybertron to Earth orbit, where he can again test the Plasma Energy
Chamber.  The Hivemasters fight the remaining Autobots until Spike and
Fortress Maximus arrives.  Galvatron tries to get Scoponok to leave Cybertron; he
has placed the Key in the Chamber with a countdown timer.  Spike, in total
control of Fortress Maximus, takes matters into his own hands and rescues his son
and the Autobots from inside Scoponok.  The Chamber activates, sending plasma
energy throughout the System and making Sol start to supernova.  Spike
has the Nebulons jettison their Headmaster suits and change the superluminal
drives to energy sinks, with a conduit to Vector Sigma.  Vector Sigma drains off
Sol's extra energy while Spike turns off the Chamber.  Sigma uses the energy to
repower Cybertron into a new Golden Age.  Galvatron and the Hivemasters
are flung off of Cybertron and into interstellar space.

End of the Fourth Cybertronian War.

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c. 2010?   IN THE COMIC BOOKS BUT NOT ADAPTED TO THE TV SERIES

Creation of the Powermasters and Powermaster Optimus Prime

Creation of the Pretenders and Pretender Starscream, Grimlock, and
Bumblebee

Grimlock and the energy pool

Spike coming to grips with being a Headmaster

Other Unicroms from parallel universes trying to destroy Cybertron again

The Last Autobot/The Ultimate Warrior (a Transformer with Vector Sigma as
its heart?)


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