First-Aid wrote:Was the Scorponok bit specifically mentioned for the new TF Prime-i-verse? Or was that only from the comics continuity? I know they haven't mentioned or intruduced Scorponok in the Prime series yet so perhaps his role is different in the new Notebook.
It comes from Grimlock's first Hall of Fame bio from 2010, which, like all other TF Hall of Fame bios (except for Dinobot, Waspinator, and possibly Erector), refer to the Aligned version of the characters.
GRIMLOCK fought his way through the gladiatorial pits underneath Kaon to become one of the greatest warriors on CYBERTRON. Having joined the AUTOBOTS early on during the Great War, GRIMLOCK made it clear he never trusted OPTIMUS PRIME to properly lead the AUTOBOTS. Due to his shock and awe approach to combat, GRIMLOCK is not regarded as a great military leader. However, he has fought and survived through enough battles to earn top ranking position among the AUTOBOTS. Having struck out on his own, GRIMLOCK eventually found himself leader of the DINOBOTS, a special operations strike force unit that can power through most barricades and DECEPTICON strongholds. During a battle with the DECEPTICON SCORPONOK, GRIMLOCK’s vocal processors were damaged, leading to his awkward and distinct way of speaking. If GRIMLOCK has a weakness, it is his larger than Prime ego and his lack of patience.
starwarrior1227 wrote:SHUT UP THIRD GRIMLOCK! ONLY FIRST ME GRIMLOCK IS BEST!
I take it you weren't at BotCon this year.
starwarrior1227 wrote:ya all jokes aside i was really taken by surprise that *spoiler alert?* WFC and FOC are actually the same universe as tf:prime.
i finally believed this when i saw the 26th episode on yt.
Told ya. Told everyone, even.
starwarrior1227 wrote:and i personally only care a little of how grimlock gets a dinosaur mode. though i like the theory that shockwave looks through a telescope to get the modes.
I don't think it's a theory. I think this info comes from Game Informer itself.
If you've read Exodus, wanna read the War For Cybertron comic? PM me.
Shadowman wrote:This is Sabrblade we're talking about. His ability to store trivial information about TV shows is downright superhuman.
Caelus wrote:My wife pointed out something interesting about the prehistoric Predacons. I said that everyone was complaining because transforming for them mostly consisted of them just standing up-right. She essentially said, 'So? That's what our ancestors did.'