How big is Animated Cybertron?

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  1. Particle_Beam

    Particle_Beam Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, that's the question. From the episode "The Elite Guard", we caught a glimpse of Cybertron, the homeworld of both Decepticons and Autobots. Now, in G1, Cybertron always varied in size. In the picture of Transformers Animated, the planet almost looks like its G1-counterpart. We see giant towers, and deep crevasses. But how big have we to imagine them to be? Are these giant towers as big as the himalayan mountains? These rifts as deep as the the one in the dead sea? May the towers shown there contain vast cities the size of whole earthen nations? Or is Cybertron barely as big as one country on Earth? What's your take?
     
  2. Spartan Prime

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    My take is that there is not nearly enough info on it to even venture what would amount to a simple guesstimate.
     
  3. Legless Pete

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    Big enough to get the job done.
     
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    It's Cybertron. It's big enough for Transformers to fit on.
     
  5. Gears

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    It's so freakin huge you wouldn't believe it.
     
  6. ThaConqueror

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    Cybertron, in the Animated universe, is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. And so on.
     
  7. The Asp

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    In the g1 comic cybertron was described as 'saturn sized'.

    So I'll just say its the same in all continuities.
     
  8. Izzo01

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    most transformer are what at 20 to 30 feet tall an avg. human is about 6 feet so were look about 4 to 5 times size difference ..... so Imaging cybertron about 4 to 5 times the size of earth.
     
  9. Silent_Magnus

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    You'd also have to consider that the cybertronian population is much less than earth (not just including humans either).

    Cybertron in G1 varied in size drastically. In "The Ultimate Doom" three parter Cybertron could fit in earth's atmosphere.

    Although with Animated cybertron all we have to go on size is Ratchet's flashback and that one shot of cybertron from space.
     
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    I'd have to say we have no clear indication what Cybertron's population actually is. All we've seen is a few of the Autobots and Decepticons.
     
  11. dark69

    dark69 BlackArachnia Terrorize!

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    its bigger then a bred box ;p
     
  12. Max-prime

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    I believe that's after war though during some of G1 quint flashbacks there were creating transformers on assembly lines. I would think that woud be on par with the human race.
     

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