Look @Coffee, I know he is an underdeveloped character since he is always at the sidelines. He's always been that way ever since the Transformers started. Yea, he isn't going to be the most interesting character to most people. If not all. But it just feels dismissive on the possibilities of his character, and what anyone can do with him. The analysis isn't definitive to who he is, what's going on with him, or what's wrong with his powers. It's just a personal interpretation on what his character holds. That's it. There is some evidence that holds up; awhile others not really since it's just me purely guessing. If anything my analysis is one big hypothesis. It could be wrong on some details, or it could be right. I just think he has the potential to be a fleshed out character that's more defined than my guesses alone. Yea Soundwave is a more compelling character than Skywarp, and I would love to read Soundwaves in the future for his backstory and how it unfolds. I like Soundwave as a character, too, and he is fascinating in his own right. But I find Skywarp more fun because of the possibilities and the unknown of his character. He isn't clear because he's off to the side a lot, but I love wondering on what could be and the whys behind him. I even said at the end of the analysis. I even point it out in the beginning, too. It ain't official; it's just me toying with the idea of Skywarp. Sorry that I sounded like a jerk over your response, and I could have handled mine better. I don't like it when people act dismissive over whatever it is. You can still hold to the opinion that he isn't interesting and he ain't that deep, and my analysis is pure assumptions and ain't that good either. That's fine. I shouldn't have gotten cranky over it. Are we cool?