- Motto: "This is my personal fight now."
- Weapon: Railgun
How to be a true fan:
1. Claim that Beast Wars is horrible because the Transformers turn into animals.
2. Attempt to start an argument whenever you see an opinion that differs from your own.
3. Never buy anything based on the Bayformers trilogy.
4. Constantly make wise cracks about Bay and Shia (even though no one ever responds to those posts and therefore no one gives a fudge about them).
5. Buy every single variation of every non-movie Seeker mold, even if it means handing over half your bank account to BBTS (Big Bad Toy Scams).
6. Complain about half the products Hasbro produces and praise every product TakaraTomy produces.
7. Post a hate comment on every Bayformers-related news article on the site. In fact, just hate everything Bayformers and be sure to let everyone know you didn't see any of the movies. Everybody is really interested in what movies you don't see, after all.
8. Maintain a smug, holier-than-thou attitude whenever communicating with someone who likes Beast Wars or Bayformers. May as well do this with Animated fans, too.
9. Convince yourself that if you don't like it, it's not canon.
10. Talk about how Bayformers was a disgrace to Transformers while making sure to steer conversations clear of Kiss Players. Wouldn't want somebody to point out the flaw in your biased assertion, after all.
11. If someone mentions Kiss Players:
a. Claim that it doesn't count.
b. Claim that it doesn't exist.
12. Spend money on as many third-party rip-offs products as possible.
FINALLY, THE MOST IMPORTANT RULE:
13. Always point out that you are a true fan and that someone who disagrees with you isn't. Then proceed to brag about your collection and how you don't let Michael Bay get ticket revenue from you, leaving the non-true fan with the implication that a $10 movie ticket actually has more monetary value than all the Seeker redecos you shovel out so much money for.
I hope this helps you better understand what a true fan is.