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I asked this in the cartoon forums and no one could recall

Postby Gunbreaker » Mon Feb 19, 2007 2:18 am

In what episode is an Autobot, who I vaguely remember being either Windcharger or Sideswipe, knocked over a cliff and loses an arm on the way down? It was such a cool moment of blink-an-you-miss-it violence that I can't seem to find on the Rhino dvd's! TIA

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Postby ShockwaveUK » Mon Feb 19, 2007 7:52 am

Try 'A Prime Problem' from season 2.
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Postby Gunbreaker » Sun Mar 04, 2007 7:18 am

Ah, thank you. I thought it might be either Golden Lagoon or this one, watched them both and didn't see it. Guess i blinked! Thanks bro!

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Postby Gunbreaker » Mon Mar 05, 2007 12:55 am

Awww...we're off. I just rewatched "A Prime Problem" and indeed, Windcharger is knocked off a cliff and into a chasm. But he doesn't hit the edge and lose an arm! The specific memory I have, and I only remember a RED Autobot, is that he is hit directly in the chest with lasers and knocked backwards over a cliff. He hits a ledge halfway down, and it breaks his arm off. He bounces and falls the rest of the way landing hard on the ground at the bottom, gets up, picks up his arm, and snaps it back into place like nothing. It's such a violent moment! That especially in a 1980's cartoon was so shocking. Damn if I remember which Autobot or which episode though!
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