Others feature coming to Earth due to connections to members of the Bee Team or other reasons, the one exception being who was left on Earth during the Great War. Under their direction, the Decepticons overthrew the Mini-Con guards assigned to keep them in line, and enslaved them with. Steeljaw, per the trope, is probably entirely aware of this and has planned accordingly for when Thunderhoof makes his move. If Season 2 has a new. Unfortunately, he's been press-ganged into working with 's Pack after they saved his hide from the Autobots. To date, Japanese audiences have not received the episodes or the film.
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. Grimlock would definitely wanna take another bite out of Shockwave if they both end up on Earth at the same time, considering he was the cause of millions of years of torment for the Dinobot. Grimlock would then be boarded onto a prison vessel, put into cryostasis and sent on his way. 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. Things got worse, until all ties were severed.
As for Starscream, he's become humbled, and now readily falls in line, no longer aspiring to be Decepticon leader, but striving to redeem himself in the eyes of the reformed Seekers, as he and the Decepticon Battle Fleet conquer one planet after another. The rebranding for this sequence of episodes to include the word Prime in the title was likely a measure to create stronger ties with the continuity of the previous series, Transformers: Prime, as the season 2 ½ episodes begin making more direct references to the events of the past series. As such, Mini-Cons were also a big focus of this season, with at least one appearing in every episode. The Council is indeed controlled by Decepticons, but none of the Prime 'Cons are involved. He may also have some kind of personal connection to one of the other Autobots. The hammerhead shark guy in the trailer is Sky-Byte.
It's far less of a gamble than when Hasbro signed over all production of Animated to Cartoon Network Studios. Is because there was a falling out between the American Government and the Cybertron Council. Bumblebee is alerted to the danger on Earth by a vision of a ghostly , who directs them to a nearby. 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. The tail end of the season also features the return of from Prime as a temporary ally to the Bee Team.
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 Autobot Council gave him and several other Decepticons amnesty in exchange for taking out Team Bee and helping Soundwave summon Megatron. Or at least, I don't think I am. 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. Although he's not confident in his leadership abilities, Bumblebee nevertheless pledges to round up the inmates of the Alchemor.
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. Now featuring more beast-hunting than! This because the number of the pack's member was far inferior and having less resource than the actual military faction. He was not seen with Steeljaw and the rest of his Pack and the end of season 2, so I think he realise that Steeljaw did not know the location of Doradus, and went back to trying to find Doradus on his own after leaving Decepticon Island. Despite his aggressive side, Grimlock is very helpful and a real appealing Dinobot. The second season features more frequent references to predecessor series Prime in an effort to forge a stronger sense of continuity between the two.
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. Grimlock will do something about his lack of a vehicle mode. It will end up being With conversion to Discovery Family, Hasbro will only have control over the 9:00 am-3:00 pm time slots. Unit:E is covering for the Bee Team or at least knows that Transformers have returned to Earth. Filch loses her and when in humanoid mode. It's not Transformers without Prime. 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.
. The third and final season was rebranded as Combiner Force, and ran for 26 episodes before concluding on November 11, 2017. They're joined by the ex-Decepticon prisoner , scrapyard owner and his son. Later, by remotely accessing a computer at one of 's bases, he discovered that the Decepticon was listed as having been imprisoned on the ship, raising questions as to just what was going on with Fixit's records. Grimlock was imprisoned for something he doesn't remember doing, or had no control of himself while doing. Most Decepticons featured, barring those who became part of Steeljaw's Pack, had little-to-nothing to do with eachother besides being Alchemor immates. Though a radical departure from Prime, and generally disinterested in making use of its status as a sequel series, most fans agree that as a standalone series Robots in Disguise is a decent, if not particularly ambitious show, with several original characters such as Strongarm and Steeljaw making the jump into other Transformers media.
Steeljaw's endgame involves gaining control over Unicron's deactivated and unoccupied body at the earth's coreSteeljack had always planned on coming to earth, and sabotaged the Alchemor so it would crash there. The mini-series has caused some confusion over how the seasons of Robots in Disguise should be counted. They joined of their own volition, and were branded accordingly— the tracking devices were a later addition by their Autobot jailers. Charged with rounding up the escaped prisoners, he reluctantly takes command of a new team of. However, he is still shown to be easily angered on some occasions.
Most episodes also featured recurring subplots and running-gags focusing on certain characters: Bumblebee's trouble coming up with a and trouble leading his team in general, Strongarm and Sideswipe's rivalry with each other, Grimlock's difficulty finding an appropriate Earth disguise because being a giant metal dinosaur would attract a lot of attention and Fixit's glitching problem. The current Decepticon leader is Shockwave, who stopped the Predacons from killing Starscream, and made Starscream his second-in-command out of sheer desperation and realizing killing him would mean getting losing a skilled soldier. Years after the , the Autobot prison ship crashes on near , sparking a mass jailbreak. Meanwhile, the back half of the ship had landed in a bay near. As the Alchemor passed by Earth, —manipulating things from an alternate dimension—damaged the Alchemor, causing the ship to fall towards Earth. Though he's appearing in visions to Bumblebee, there will come a point where he comes back to life, one way or another. Knowing Grimlock, this could easily have resulted in a violent struggle, and after being defeated, he was imprisoned alongside the Decepticons.