Ramrider wrote:Same goes for me. I love the movie to bits, but some of those guys were far too easy to kill. I never would've pictured Prowl and Ratchet as one-shot wonders...
And by the way, Ratbat didn't come to Earth till a fair while later. But you probably knew that.
Retread wrote:Sorry, not to make the cons seem any less badass (always thought they were), but was reflector in the ark attack? Would he count as 11 to 18 or 13?
fromwednesday747 wrote:Goes to show how inept the normal rank and file must be. But i mean... Optimus Prime is supposed to be the strongest normal sized Transformer, I can imagine him being able to beat a Decepticon to near death with as few blows as he threw in that fight. Whats more astonishing to me though, is how some of the Cons he shot on his way to Megatron were fine like five minutes later, and other were screwed. I cite Soundwave as an example. He certainly got it at least as bad as Brawn, and yet, Brawn died, and Soundwave felt he was ok enough to take control of the Decepticons while still on Astrotrain.
Ramrider wrote:Retread wrote:Sorry, not to make the cons seem any less badass (always thought they were), but was reflector in the ark attack? Would he count as 11 to 18 or 13?
The Reflector team were only on the original team in the 'toon. As far as the toys and comics are concerned, the original line-ups were:
Besides what do you mean, "11 to 18"? Reflector was three 'bots (or three clones if you believe the 'toon), how would they make it up to 18 without redefining our concept of modern mathematics?
EDIT: Sorry, just clicked that you meant the ratio of Decepticons to Autobots.
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