Cybertron's Population

Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by Verno, May 4, 2012.

  1. mrgalvaprime

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    Gravity is caused by mass. A planet needs no core, just enough mass to have high gravity
     
  2. IaconStargazer

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    That's actually a pretty clever theory. By the way, did you come up with Matrix and Pit being acronyms for the facilities (I already knew that they were the names), or is that actually something official that I didn't know about?
     
  3. Verno

    Verno Beast Wars Collector

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    Cheers Mate.

    Yeah, the acronyms are mine. I've been working on a story that ends G1 and traverses the 300 year period between it and Beast Wars for a long time, so I've had plenty to think about :p 

    I was recalling them from my notes. I've actually written:

    Maximal Activation Transference Reformatting and Inception eXchange.
     
  4. -Mainframe-

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    I can't find much on the population. Not really anything.

    I did find this:

    Generation 1 Animated


    Early War History
     
  5. ErbFan28

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    I like to think it has about 1,500. I like a small population
     
  6. Verno

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    It seems to be a popular figure. Personally it seems a bit too low. I'd put them at least in the 100,000. It was a war, but I don't think it was genocide to that scale.
     

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