hehe wrote:I read exiles and exodus, they were pretty good, just a few mistakes. I'm too lazy to read TF: Retribution so can someone just tell me what happened. all i know is that the autobots and decepticons have to team up to defeat the quintesssons. what happens to the star seekers?
You should really read the book, yourself. It's the best of the three and the most competently written with little to no mistakes at all. Arguably one of the best official TF novels out there (though, considering its competition would be its two predecessors, the Movieverse novels, and the old Keepers trilogy novels, that isn't too hard a feat to accomplish, but I digress).
And you won't have to look too far into the book to find out about the Star Seekers since they're involvement in the story occurs in the very first bunch of chapters. They take center stage as the main enemy faction at the beginning of the story, and we even find out why Thundertron hates Cybertronians so much (though, it also helps to have read the Covenant of Primus book in order to fully understand Thundertron's story, since he only hints at things that are further spelled out only by the Covenant).
If you've read Exodus, wanna read the War For Cybertron comic? PM me.
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