TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Unmasks Halloween-themed Episode
Monday, October 28th, 2013 6:36PM CDTCategory: Game News
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Coming soon for TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS…
Taking advantage of the weakened barrier between the physical world and the ethereal plane, Starscream’s ghost crosses over to lead a fearsome band of Decepticons against the Autobot Headmasters. Using the electromagnetic radiation from his ghostly form, Starscream is attempting to disrupt the Autobot’s electronics to render them powerless.
Will Brainstorm and the Headmasters resist or will they lose their heads? Find out in the Ghost in the Machine episode happening October 30 – November 5, 2013.
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Posted by Megatron Wolf on October 28th, 2013 @ 8:17pm CDT
Posted by Bumblevivisector on October 28th, 2013 @ 8:48pm CDT
And if they're going to keep using '88 characters, it makes me wonder if potential dire financial straits could force them to recycle some of their art for their Masterforce counterparts. Not likely, but a cheap digibash in a lean month might allow them to squeak out a profit.
Not that I'm wishing the game's demise; I want to see this awesome card art continue. I just have "End of the Road" stuck in my head still, and wonder if DeNA's hedging their bets.
Posted by MINDVVIPE on October 28th, 2013 @ 9:15pm CDT
Posted by Megatron Wolf on October 29th, 2013 @ 2:11pm CDT
Posted by Burn on October 29th, 2013 @ 3:50pm CDT
Megatron Wolf wrote:any word on what kind of episode this is?
If they follow custom, it should be PvP.
aka, the other stupid pointless one.
Posted by That Bot on October 30th, 2013 @ 12:49am CDT
Posted by Aceoftherebellion on October 31st, 2013 @ 3:55am CDT
Posted by DeathBlast on October 31st, 2013 @ 12:38pm CDT
maybe you guys can help me find my character.All I can remember right now is it was user Spark 24 something, I was lv.51 with the following cards in my team. Metroplex set as leader, rank 3 Optimus Prime and Grimlock, rank 4 evolution Divebomb and Sunstorm, episode Galvatron, episode Blur, rank 4 login bonus Swoop,and either a rank 3 Starscream or an episode Ramjet.
Posted by That Bot on October 31st, 2013 @ 7:40pm CDT
Posted by Dagon on November 4th, 2013 @ 10:44am CST
That Bot wrote:So this week's event is Boss Raid, instead of PVP as expected. Interesting. I don't stand a chance of getting Ghost Starscream, but I might be able to snag a MTM Weirdwolf. Now, I need advice. In last week's event, I snagged 5 MTM sets of Dreadwind. Should I try to actually MTM them all or keep a more diverse team? I don't like having dupes in my deck, but at the same time, it would be one of the strongest cards in my base when MTM'd. Then again, they introduce strong new cards each week, so they might be outdated soon. Any suggestions?
Sorry this is so late, but for the most part, the event cards from the last event would only be worth having multiples of for the next event. I had multiple Ruby medal cards from the last few events up to the one with Whirl (I'm so sorry that's barely English, kind of having a short-circuiting brain this morning) and they were pretty much only good en mass for the following event. The one exception is the Junkion episode Shrapnels. I have two of the lowest tier Shrapnels from that event, and they both wind up in my deck for each subsequent event.
Posted by That Bot on November 6th, 2013 @ 1:59am CST
SO. What do we wager this week's event is going to be? Campaign or PVP?
Posted by Burn on November 6th, 2013 @ 5:22am CST
I had 380 battle cubes saved up, plus 900 Moba coins from trying their games and I got VERY lucky with the space bridge picking up a R5 Brainstorm. Plus with the ruby cards I was able to pick up a number of Hardheads.
By the time the tournament ended I had a deck power for just under 20,000. Finished in the top 2,000 and that was playing part time and I still have just under 200 battle cubes left.
Posted by Dagon on November 6th, 2013 @ 9:42am CST
Event wise, I got Hardhead and weapon on reward points, a Highbrow and his weapon via the space bridge, and I won a Weirdwolf and Fangry. I think I finished in the top 1,500. This one was a fun event, for as much fun as a totally passive game can be.
Let's get ready for a boring evolution or pvp up next.
Posted by That Bot on November 6th, 2013 @ 10:05am CST
Dagon wrote:Let's get ready for a boring evolution or pvp up next.
Bah, I enjoy Campagin events. Seems like I'm one of few.
Posted by Va'al on November 6th, 2013 @ 4:08pm CST
[quote]This week in TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS…
In this episode, blasters alone may not be enough to decide the outcome of the battle.
When Beachcomber discovers a Golden Lagoon he soon learns that its mysterious Electrum renders the Transformers invulnerable. The Decepticon Thrust, who was chasing Beachcomber down also stumbles upon this Golden Lagoon. He quickly jumps in and emerges completely covered in Electrum.
Soon the other Decepticons follow and Megatron believes the time for final victory over the Autobots is near. In an attempt to even the odds in favor of the Autobots, Omega Supreme believes he can crush the Decepticons with his superior firepower only to be quickly defeated by his now invulnerable enemies.
After their victory over Omega Supreme, the Decepticons set out to destroy the Autobots once and for all, only to find that Autobot headquarters has been deserted. Quickly realizing where the Autobots have gone, Megatron rushes back to the Golden Lagoon and finds his adversaries covered in Electrum. With both sides rendered invulnerable the upcoming battle will be one of terrible destruction.
The Golden Lagoon episode allows players to battle and capture three of the Autobots and offers a leaderboard reward:
· Boss Easy Campaign: Beachcomber
· Boss Medium Campaign: Sideswipe
· Boss Hard Campaign: Jazz
· Leaderboard Reward: Ironhide
Play the Episode Now
To play the new episode today, running until November 12th, download TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android devices for free at: http://mobage.com/games/TRANSFORMERS-LEGENDS[/quote]
Posted by Down_Shift on November 6th, 2013 @ 8:28pm CST
He has an obviously large classics style launcher with a tiny normal arm cannon attached to the bigger gun.
It looks... very odd.
Posted by That Bot on November 6th, 2013 @ 11:32pm CST
EDIT: Okay so you get like 3 Energon recharges every other point reward tier. 'Course those get farther and farther between as you go along so it's going to be a rush of Energon at the start and then fewer towards the end. Because they want you to pay to get the high cards. Natch. Don't know why I delude myself that they care about their free audience. Although...
I seem to be having crazy good luck with the nets in this event. Normally it's about a 30% capture rate, this time I'd estimate I've captured 70% of the enemies I've faced. I even managed to net Beachcomber on the first try. Is anybody else having this kind of success?
Posted by Burn on November 7th, 2013 @ 2:48am CST
This style is good for just building up resources (transmetals, battle cubes, energon recharges) for the last type of episode.
Posted by That Bot on November 7th, 2013 @ 3:53am CST
So back to my previous question, any tips on farming? Do I just attack when I've got my hourly cubes to build up resources? Was spending a bunch of Energon recharges on blitzing through the Easy and Medium campaigns in the first 10 hours not a good idea? (that answer is probably self-explanatory) I've been losing and gaining at about the same rate. Towards the end of EOTR, I didn't make it to the Hard tier until about day 4, so I was wasting energon and cubes on enemies I couldn't guarantee a win against to try to get my 4 Getaway cards before the event ran out. Though I hear some of the higher level Hard areas are good for farming once you get there.
(I apologize for my thoughts being a bit disjointed, I'm half asking, half just talking, and also it's nearly 5 AM)
Posted by That Bot on November 9th, 2013 @ 10:26pm CST