Discussion in 'Transformers Robots In Disguise / Prime Discussion' started by Autob ironhide, Sep 21, 2012.
So what do (you think was in that message?
Guys, if you don't cut the spam....you know....
Someone had the suggestion in the Legacy discussion thread...that AT is warning OP of Meg's plans..that's a good maybe.
I'm hoping he's telling Optimus where to FIND him and where to use the Omega Key to activate the Guardian.
"Boy have I written up some shit for you in your future sonny."
In seriousness though, I think he's telling him his location.
Which Megatron finds first...
And he cuts off AT arm...
Yea this gets me wondering...Wondering why Optimus would say "By the allspark, Megatron...What have you done?" I mean it could possibly lead to "OH, Meg why do you have that sword all of the sudden...An whats with the new arm...Wait is that alpha trions arm!?" That's whats going on in my mind right now.
Description for Alpha;Omega:
Description for Hard Knocks:
Description for Inside Job:
Probably something about the Omega Keys. Just a guess.
Boy do I got a story to tell, you.
On a series note, AT was telling OP that grim days are ahead.
Megs will do anything to get the upper hand even be a tomb raider or semi-body/part snatcher.
"Dear Optimus, if my calculations are correct, you will receive this message immediately after chewing out Smokescreen for doing something idiotic again. First, let me assure you that I am alive and well; I have been living happily these past few months in the year 1885..."
...no, in all seriousness, probably a warning to Optimus or something. My guess is prerecorded somehow.
"Remember to clean it before you give it back."
I bet with all these episode descriptions with Omega Keys, I bet the season will end with someone putting them in the keyhole and then GIANT ROBOT then BREAK UNTIL MAY
I wish the mesage would then later self-destruct and then they throw out the message and it blows up oen of Ratchet's inventions so he could then say
"I NEEDED THAT!"
Knock it off with the spam only posts. That breaks the rules.
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