(I totally copy and pasted it from a thread I made on the Allspark half a year ago, but ah well!) It'd be called Transformers: Ignition (Not to be confused with my probably never gonna be made fanfiction) and it's about Optimus Minor and a crew of Autobots. Main Autobots: Optimus Minor (David Kaye): Young captain of a small Autobot crew. Idealistic and compassionate, somewhat naive. Uses an axe. Converts into a six-wheeled rescue utility pick-up truck, mostly red with some blue. Backdraft (Kyle Hebert): Autobot speedster/samurai, transforms into a jet-powered supercar styled like a drift racer. Hot-headed, impulsive, and reckless, not very good attributes for a practicioner of Circuit-Su. However, he's extremely reliable and charismatic despite his flaws. Red with a silver flame deco, uses his speed and his swords in battle. Windstorm (Michelle Ruff): Fembot, young. Feisty and independent, but friendly. Is mostly white and cyan, has a white star across her chest plate and other stars on her shoulderpads. Uses a crossbow, uses the retractable visor over her eyes as a sight. Turns into a stunt bike. Ironclad (Jamieson Price): Old Autobot, largest and strongest of Prime's team. Stoic, very powerful war veteran, has flashbacks to the war. Transforms into a big ol' armored SUV. A gentle giant, loves nature. Uses his strength and his "hammer knuckles" in battle. Gunmetal gray, with platinum deco based on a stylized Autobot faction symbol in vehicle mode. Bumblebee (Johnny Yong Bosch): Young, somewhat immature and very overeager Autobot. Looks up to his older "brother" Backdraft. Uses electro stingers. Somewhat of a skilled scout, often gets in over his head. Turns into a yellow Smart roadster-like compact car with black lightning bolts. Lifeline (Kirk Thornton): Calm. Compassionate. Warm-hearted. These words fit the Autobot medic Lifeline to a T. He loathes violence, but fights to protect the innocent. He's also highly intelligent, speaking in science-based terms that his teammates can't quite understand. He transforms into an orange-and-white ambulance, and, if forced into combat, will use shield as a weapon. Humans: Lyra Laplace (Hynden Walch): Plucky and very naive human girl, daughter of a wealthy energy tycoon, born on the first lunar colony. Exceedingly polite, but has a tendency to ask awkward questions due to her sheltered upbringing. Her mother died in childbirth, due to falling into highly hazardous "Lunar Oil" during pregnancy. Mysterious, has strange technopathic powers, can heal Cybertronians with her bare hands. Recruited into the EDC by third season after timeskip. Has long, silvery-white hair, unusually deep blue eyes with crescent moon-shaped pupils, and, before the timeskip, wears a white-and-blue dress with a flower-shaped skirt. Afterwards, she wears an EDC colonel's uniform, high-ranking. Has recurring, horrible nightmares around the time of the new moon. She's good friends with Bumblebee. Ercole "Cole" Laplace (Kevin Thoms): Lyra's older stepbrother, Ercole is EXTREMELY protective of his little sister. Since their father is usually away on business trips, Cole ends up being the one who has to be her guardian and caretaker. As a result, he can seem aloof to others, but to his sister, and to those he trusts, he's extremely warm-hearted. After the timeskip, he becomes a colonel in NEST, taking a more active role in the field than Lyra. Will protect his sister at any cost, and doesn't let those who harm Lyra get away with it. Has red hair, has a lot of lean muscle and is tall, and usually wears slate grey cargo pants, a sleeveless hooded red jacket, and a pair of steel-toed boots due to his love of fixing cars. Seems to carry his wrench with him everywhere, and has a tendency to carry a twig in his mouth. He tends to stick around with Backdraft. Kenji King (Yuri Lowenthal): A timid young boy about Lyra's age, he walks around with a crutch because his left leg was paralyzed when he was very young. He's never seen without his goggles, and has a small crush on Lyra. He's at first afraid of the Autobots, but grows to befriend Ironclad due to their gentle natures. After the timeskip, he and Lyra are dating, and he has a prosthetic leg due to the exhange of Cybertronian and human technology. He's become a doctor after the timeskip. Raika Ibuki (Colleen O'Shaughnessy): A female delinquent, Raika is a girl who grew up in a rough part of Ocean City. She's tough, temperamental and feisty, but fiercely protective of her family. Her main possession is her motorcycle... Which was destroyed when Windstorm landed. However, she's teamed up with Windstorm. Despite her rough attitude, she's a lot nicer than she appears, and she and Cole seem to have some chemistry behind all the bickering they do. After the timeskip, she's surprisingly become a teacher, but her relationship with Cole is on the rocks due to his job in NEST. Main Decepticons: Megatron (James Remar): Decepticon leader. Converts into a blended-wing bomber. Brilliant, cruel, and rather cultured. However, he's utterly dishonorable and skilled at manipulating others. He seeks to take command of all Decepticons, but never thinks that he would have minions waiting in the wings to usurp him. Starscream (Sam Reigel): Young Decepticon. Somewhat monstrous with his lanky build, shark-like teeth and oversized talons for hands. Treated brutally by his contemporaries. Believes Autobots to be evil, but maintains a strong sense of honor. Due to his failures (mainly because he finds it dishonorable to kill humans), he's given the "Marks of Shame," which resemble ROTF 'Screamer's tattoos. Eventually joins the Autobots, transforms into a fighter jet. Shockwave (Corey Burton): Scientist, cold, emotionless. Has multiple contingency plans to usurp Megatron if he deems him a failure. A scientist, has discovered a substance he's termed "Dark Energon" that the humans call "Lunar Oil." Converts into an assault boat, the Decepticon General of Space/The Seas. Soundblaster (Clancy Brown): Intelligent Decepticon, acts loyal to Megatron, but has mysterious goals of his own. Prefers to remain silent. Uses sonic attacks. Converts into a stealth fighter. Lugnut (Fred Tatasciore): Largest Decepticon, retro-futuristic bomber. Utterly loyal to Megatron, and believes "THE GREAT AND GLORIOUS MEGATRON" is the greatest leader of the Decepticons. Has the POKE. Blitzwing (Bumper Robinson): A deranged Decepticon with three personalities, Blitzwing is wildly unpredictable. None of the other Decepticons know if he'll switch from icy tactician to enraged pyromaniac to cackling lunatic at any moment. He transforms into a twin-boom, triple-cockpit aircraft. (He isn't a ttriplechanger mainly because they tend to have to sacrifice too much in the vehicle modes.) Bludgeon (Mark Hamill): A silent, mysterious Decepticon samurai who transforms into an H-tank. A skilled assassin, and a Decepticon general. Brutal, fearsome, almost unstoppable. Is capable of re-assembling himself through dark power. Cyclonus (Crispin Freeman): Triggerhappy, violent "redneck" Decepticon. Almost as crazy as Blitzwing, and is armed to the teeth with all sorts of guns. Transforms into an assault helicopter. Demolishor (John DiMaggio): Dim-witted Decepticon thug, a partner of Cyclonus. Transforms into a missile launcher. Barricade (Keith David): Cunning Decepticon spy, transforms into a police car. Charismatic, suave, but untrustworthy. Eradicons (Voiceless): Decepticon drones that take various forms. Be afraid. Other villains: The Singularity (Dave Mallow): Enigmatic evil being, similar to a more demonic Anti-Spiral. Leader of a race of hiveminded energy beings called the Skriix, were banished by "the Precursors" to a Dead Universe. Chessmaster, has agents in Megatron's forces. Connected to Lyra because of her pre-birth exposure to "Lunar Oil," which is actually his life essence - Angolmois. He visits her in her nightmares every new moon, and tortures the poor girl to try and break her so she'll accept her "inevitable destiny," whatever it may be. Seeks the extermination of all organic life to prevent wars from ravaging the universe due to the "failings" of the organic mind, fails to realize his hypocracy. Darryl Akagi (Steve Staley): A young man before the timeskip, Darryl is the son of the CEO of the hired security contractor/industrial sabotage company, Sector 7. Rather arrogant, he seeks Lyra's affections. Although this is an innocent crush that's reciprocated at first, after the timeskip, he's become the head of the EDC. He's become rather controlling of Lyra, not just as a soldier, but abuses her verbally and even physically. He becomes as cruel as his father was, and is quite the cunning mastermind with his own plans. Ercole never thought he would be a good boyfriend for his little sister. As for the story... Probably has something to do with the Singularity trying to "reclaim" the universe as his own in the third season. A lot of it homages Gainax's shows, because they'd be the studio I'd pick to animate it; the main director would be Hiroyuki Imaishi, just because he needs to do more giant robot series. Yeah, I'd go for friggin' broke with this series, huh?