When the Decepticon was discovered by Bumblebee's squad, Fixit was unable to find him in the Alchemor's prisoner manifest. The unenviable duty of maintaining the vessel and its inmates fell to a skeleton crew of , who oversaw the ship's day-to-day operation. The Autobots, masquerading as 's prisoners, slipped aboard, planning to detonate a in the ship's ventilation system. He is, after all, a blue shark Decepticon, in a series called. To minimize the risk, the ship carried a cloaking device that allowed it to resupply on a planet without agitating the natives or any local Decepticon cells. He is won Hammerstrike, Bisk, Terrashock, Octopunch, Groundpounder, Scowl and one eyeless Decepticon. Fixit got the ship's tracking systems online, allowing them to find , though the crash site subsequently became the scene of a battle between the Autobots and the lone Decepticon.
The Autobot Council gave him and several other Decepticons amnesty in exchange for taking out Team Bee and helping Soundwave summon Megatron. The lighthearted, and sometimes outright comedic, tone of Robots in Disguise stood in stark contrast to the darker, more arc-driven, direction of Prime. Steeljaw is very clever so he could have easily infiltrated the Alchemor and masterminded the sabotage and crash, then posed as a Decepticon to gain followers. Since Adventure aired on a satellite network and not a broadcast network, it was not edited for time like previous Transformers cartoons. Now a prison ship lies waiting in the bay. Grimlock that have altered personalities in their alt modes, and Filch could have a similar situation with a crow form that hoards things and a humanoid mode that enjoys the spoils.
Despite his impressive claw strength, he's a massive coward, always ready to run sideways for the hills, or failing that, squeal on others to the authorities in the hopes of weaseling out of punishment. Under their direction, the Decepticons overthrew the Mini-Con guards assigned to keep them in line, and enslaved them with. All of the prisoners aboard the Alchemor were Shockwave's experiments, as he now had to worry about ruling Cybertron and oppressing the Autobots under the pretense that they were at fault for the Dark Energon infestation. While the continuity is maintained, the guest characters from Prime are not played by their previous voice actors in the dub and are instead substituted with sound-alikes. He's not a warrior in any sense of the word and tends to panic when things go wrong.
This because the number of the pack's member was far inferior and having less resource than the actual military faction. Now featuring more beast-hunting than! We know he hates the fact that not having a vehicle mode keeps him out of missions near humans, but isn't willing or possible isn't able to give up his dinosaur form. The hammerhead shark guy in the trailer is Sky-Byte. It premiered on , 2015. Unfortunately, he's been press-ganged into working with 's Pack after they saved his hide from the Autobots.
Set years after its predecessor, the show follows as he travels back to after the prison ship crash-lands on the planet. Mairghread Scott is Script Coordinator for the show, and she also wrote both the Rage of the Dinobots and Beast Hunters comics, which were centered on Grimlock and the Dinobots and maintained some impressive with their Fall of Cybertron backstory. The localization for the series was headed by , who headed the localization of the for Japanese markets. The Council may have been intending to dump the prisoners and Fixit as well in a sun or black hole and decided that Earth is far enough away that they can ignore the problem. Working himself into Glowstrike's command structure, Steeljaw won her good graces by springing a slew of captured Decepticons and returning them to the sunken Alchemor. The Autobots once again form Ultra Bee to take down the Council's , finally freeing Cybertron.
Is because they are common names on Cyberton, so Bumblebee has met a few Grimlocks and Sideswipes. Though he's appearing in visions to Bumblebee, there will come a point where he comes back to life, one way or another. As is rather well-known, did not complete its run in Japan, ending at 52 episodes. As a consequence, Unit: E was dissolved. While these isolated incidents could be easily ignored and forgotten by the general public, the government is familiar with Cybertronians and is probably wondering why Bee hasn't made contact and explained what's going on yet. If Season 2 has a new. Should that he true, then, as in G1 tradition, Starscream's spark will survive and he will come back as a ghost in Robots in Disguise and try to possess one of the transformers.
In spite of this, they proved to be formidable foes against Bumblebee's team, as they have Steeljaw scratch their insignia as means to avoid detection. A Mini-Con slave and former guard named managed to escape captivity, and managed to alert the Autobots to the location of the ship. So he does not see any point in telling that he has met a Grimlock, and a Sideswipe because the name is so common everyone has meet a Sideswipe or a Grimlock at some time or other. Unlike Scowl however, whom have no compunction in harming innocent lives during his rampage, Grimlock has learned that smashing some stuff is not always good especially if it would against rules or the other's consent and would try to avoid harming innocent people when dealing his enemies, which he also surprisingly capable as much as when he destroys things. The Council has no plans to help the Earth.
Considering how intelligent and crafty he's shown himself to be so far, this isn't much of a stretch. As such, Mini-Cons were also a big focus of this season, with at least one appearing in every episode. He's as bad as Animated! Damaged by the crash, Fixit was able to repair some of the ship's systems and tried to send a mayday to. Unfortunately, Megatronus' betrayal and subsequent battle at the events of the first season finale led most, if of all of it's member except Steeljaw captured, but it's just a matter of time before the pack turned into full-blown militia, as currently, Steeljaw goes enlists help from another Alchemor prisoners whom also formed another Decepticon group with more resources than his, which salvaged from Alchemor ship itself. The impact of the crash damaged almost all of the stasis pods used to keep the prisoners under control, sparking a mass jailbreak. Adventure was the first Transformers cartoon to be relegated directly to satellite since.
It's possible that the Earth government tried to get the Council to give them technology as compensation for damages caused during the war. Things got worse, until all ties were severed. It's because the Decepticons have signed on to Megatron's belief that it was all Optimus Prime's fault, even though we all know that the true cause was Megatron corrupting the core with Dark Energon. This also makes Adventure the first American Transformers cartoon to be released in Japan without the oversight of since. Steeljaw, per the trope, is probably entirely aware of this and has planned accordingly for when Thunderhoof makes his move. Meanwhile, on a rebuilt , war veteran is now working as a street cop, mentoring Cadet.
Grimlock would then be boarded onto a prison vessel, put into cryostasis and sent on his way. The reason Bumblebee doesn't try to contact Unit: E. Corruption on Cybertron, which had been building up conflict in the background for the entire series and has generally served as a way introduce new characters, seems to finally take the center stage during the second half of the season where mysterious benefactors on Cybertron free Steeljaw and his pack and grant them full pardons. The show made its worldwide debut in late December 2014, with the first 13 episodes released as pay-to-view content on Chinese video streaming website. Reception As a sequel of sorts to the critically-acclaimed and largely-beloved Transformers: Prime cartoon, Robots in Disguise initially debuted with some fanfare amongst the older segments of the Transformers fandom, particularly those who had joined the fandom because of the Prime cartoon. However, I'm certain that most of them are from either before the Great War fully consumed Cybertron, or some time in the middle.