TF Headmaster Casting call (Need GOOD Voice Actors)

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    Autobots
    Main


    Arcee – Taken by Sara Breidenbach
    Most make the mistake of noticing only Arcee's gender, but these first impressions are quickly expanded upon. Arcee is a merciless and deadly warrior who's an expert in hand-to-hand combat and one of the best sharpshooters on record. The reason for her ferocity is how much she cares for her fellow Autobots and especially the humans they protect. She knows how fragile her organic companions are, and she's equally aware of the evils the Decepticons are capable of. Peers such as Hot Rod and Springer may be more durable than the humans, but she no less fights to defend them as well. They get in plenty of trouble, so someone has to be the level-headed one.

    Voice Type –
    Susan Blu’s version, no different!

    Blurr – Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Blurr is positively and incontrovertibly without possibility of any doubt the fastest-thinking, fastest-talking and fastest-driving data courier and messenger from the planet of Cybertron, and if you or your friend or anybody else you know or anybody else you might not know or in fact anybody at all wants to send any kind of message or dispatch or parcel or data or in fact anything at all to any base or station or out-of-the-way depot, barracks, headquarters, outpost, or post office and it is absolutely essential to deliver it immediately or at the earliest opportunity and without any delay of any kind regardless of Decepticons or obstacles or foul weather or gloom of night then Blurr's the one to pick, sir, so just give him the good word and the item in question and Blurr is off like a Cybertronic race horse, if there were such a thing as a Cybertronic race horse, and if such a beast was able to break the sound barrier on land and leave only dust clouds and lingering after-images, because Blurr leaves only dust clouds and lingering after images, but he'll be off that quickly with your message in hand, and if any hostile power or enemy or Decepticon ambush should get in the way then he'll hit them with a blast from his electro-laser which will reverse the polarity of their microcircuits and they'll be stopped.

    Voice Type –
    John Moschitta’s version, no different!

    Kup
    Kup is a tough old coot. He's almost as old as rust, in fact, and he was plinking Decepticons and Ick-Yaks with acid bursts from his trusty musket laser long before most of you turbo-revvin' young punks were born. In his day, lasers didn't need to use light; they did whatever they were told to do. And liked it.

    Voice type –
    John Stephenson’s version, no different!

    Metroplex – Taken by Dustin "Thundercatlord" Todd
    Metroplex’s poor, slow, and infrequent efforts to support his brave comrades and forward the Autobot cause are never enough. Sure, he's the Autobots' ultimate weapon, their greatest and final defense. Yes, he's a gigantic, towering warrior, capable of channeling awesome energies. Strong beyond belief, versatile, clever, brave and self-sacrificing, Metroplex is willing to give everything he has to the Autobot cause and defend it to his last astroseconds of life. Despite all this he’s wracked to the core of his being with the belief that he could and should be doing more. It’s a self-deprecating attitude that stuns many of his fellow Autobots, most of whom take immeasurable comfort in his very existence and the knowledge that regardless of what evil comes, Metroplex is out there to back them up.

    Voice type –
    Bud Davis’s version, no different!

    Goldbug
    Bumblebee was rebuilt and "matured" form—Bumblebee retains most of his earlier strengths and weaknesses, but without his crippling need for approval. (This is true of some "matured" versions of Bumblebee without new names or bodies, as well, but is quite markedly associated with the change to Goldbug).

    Voice type –
    Dan Gilvezan’s version, no different!

    Punch/ Counterpunch – Taken by Drew Merkel
    Punch possesses a unique transformation ability that allows him to adopt a second robot mode. Using this secondary form, he poses as a Decepticon named Counterpunch, in order to infiltrate the villains' ranks and spy on them as a double agent.

    Voice type –
    John Moschitta’s version, no different!

    Hot Rod – Derek "Rodimus" James
    Rodimus Prime - Taken by Dustin "Thundercatlord" Todd
    Hot Rod is brash and headstrong, with an overwhelming self-confidence that borders on arrogance. Kup has assumed the role of mentor and advisor to the impetuous young Hot Rod, offering him wisdom and advice when he needs it (though Hot Rod rarely feels that he does, much to Kup's annoyance). Arcee also serves as a calming influence on Hot Rod, and tends to either worry about him when he is not around, or deride and tease him when he is. Their relationship is antagonistic, but friendly. Exactly how deep Hot Rod's feelings for Arcee might run is unknown, whether they be friendly, romantic, or otherwise. In contrast, his Rodimus Prime persona—while still headstrong and stubborn—seems to suffer from a severe lack of confidence, often doubting his own decisions and expressing distress over his position as an Autobot leader. Of course, much of this comes from having immediately succeeded Optimus Prime as commander—and let's face it, shoes-to-be-filled just don't get much bigger than that.

    Voice type –
    Dick Gautier’s version FOR RODIMUS PRIME, no different!
    Judd Nelson's version FOR HOT ROD, no different!

    Blaster/Twincast – Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Blaster loves all Earth music, especially good, hard, LOUD rock 'n' roll. A powerful fighter who tends to make his presence known, you can find him at the forefront of any situation in which he's involved.

    Voice type –
    Buster Jones’s version, no different, but we may do something to make Twincast sound different.

    Ultra Magnus – Taken by Jon "Jon3pnt0" Crumpton
    Ultra Magnus feels he is a soldier and nothing more. He very much prefers taking orders to giving them, and even avoids opportunities for higher responsibility. But when he is forced into those opportunities, he betrays his real talent for the job. He's strong, resolute, dependable, selfless, and courageous. Sadly, Ultra Magnus is the only Autobot who doesn't realize this.

    Voice type –
    Jack Angel’s version, no different!

    Wheelie – Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Wheelie, so small, is an Autobot child. But when stakes are high, he gets mean and wild! He carries a slingshot that shoots hurtful things; they'll hit your nose (the projectile, it stings). He has a speech pattern that's structured in rhyme, and he hangs out with Daniel most of the time. Some think he's annoying and wish he would die. His answer to that? Here's death in your eye.

    Voice type –
    Frank Welker’s version, no different!

    Combiners (There individual parts may have lines once in a while)

    Superion – Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    In his combined form, his thought capacity is reduced to two things: destroy the Decepticons, and protect the humans. Because of this, he sometimes has difficulty adapting to new situations. In all continuities he is depicted as being the chief rival and equal of Menasor. However, this makes more poetic than literal sense, as the real-life scale difference between their component vehicle parts would suggest a rather drastic disparity in actual stature.

    Voice type –
    Ed Gilbert’s version, no different!

    Defensor – Taken by Adam Laborde
    The combined form of the five Protectobots Defensor exists specifically to safeguard human life. In many ways he feels about the human race the way a parent would their children and he would give his life away in an instant rather than let one human come to harm. Defensor is emotionally attached to humans on a level that sometimes worries his fellow Autobots. He identifies with them the same way a sheep dog would with its flock or a puppy with its human owners. As far as Defensor is concerned the humans are his "kind." Sadly the titanic robot giant's attempts at personal interaction and friendly exchanges with humans tend to fail. We humans tend to be more wary and frightened of his alien nature and great size than Defensor can understand. Despite this, Defensor is fairly well adjusted mentally compared to almost every other Gestalt. Defensor's most notable ability is a powerful force field he can create within 50ft of his person, but it is very fuel consumptive and he cannot maintain it for long.

    Voice type –
    Chris Latta’s version, no different!

    Computron - Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Computron is the combination of the five Autobot Technobots. Typically, the combiner process dulls the wits of the individual transformers, however, such is not the case for Computron. The Technobots managed to remedy that problem, but in the process, severely lagged Computron's reaction time. Before coming to any decision, Computron must analyze every individual Technobot's interpretation of what action Computron should follow, resulting in his falling behind in battle. In the end, he always makes the correct choice, but more often than not it's too little, too late. Thanks for nothing, brainiac!

    Voice type –
    Bert Kramer’s version, no different!

    Headmasters

    Fortress Maximus - Taken by Drew Merkel
    Despite his great power, size, and rank, Fortress Maximus is a weary and reluctant warrior. Fighting is against his pacifist nature, even for the most noble of causes. Over time, the endless conflict on Cybertron has worn him down, to the point that he's willing to walk away from the war entirely to preserve himself and his ideals.

    Voice Type -
    A deep but heroic voice when combined with his Fortress.
    But when he is not Combined, he has a normal type of voice.... Like a Average joe type of voice.... If that makes any sense.

    Chromedome -
    As a quiet 'bot of the mind, Chromedome has a tendency to fade into the background, but there also exist universal streams in which he has foregone science and taken to the front lines of battle to become a much more prominent figure. The Chromedome of these worlds is barely recognisable as the reserved scientist of those more well-known realities: instead, he is a hot-headed youth burning with an incredible passion for justice who even serves as Fortress Maximus's trusted, if impulsive and occasionally-irrational, second-in-command.

    Voice Type -
    A young but feels like he can take on anyone type of voice..... Not too deep but not too high...

    Brainstorm - Taken by Drew Merkel
    Brainstorm believes that all of society's problems can be resolved so long as ideas can be developed free of outside constraints. This is understandable, as Brainstorm is a never-ending font of ideas. Even when he isn't consciously working on one of his projects or even when he's in the middle of a fight, new ideas are the background noise of his mind. Brainstorm thinks so much, he sometimes causes his brain to overheat. He looks forward to a time when military demands no longer frame his creative output.

    Voice Type –
    Michal Bell's version

    Hardhead - Taken by Dustin "Thundercatlord" Todd
    Hardhead is a soldier to his core. A soldier with a stubborn streak a megamile wide. He's stubborn to the point of rejecting outright any path but his own, any idea that goes against his natural instinct or inclination (namely fighting), and any advice he didn't come up with himself. He doesn't talk much, and when he does, it tends to be blunt and terse, if not outright rude. A soldier doesn't waste time on social niceties when there's a war to fight.

    Voice Type -
    Stephen Keener's version

    Highbrow - Taken by Adam Laborde
    To put it in terms even your obviously limited intellect can easily understand: "Highbrow is smarter than you are." No, no, don't allow your comparably plebeian cerebral encumbrance to strain itself beyond endurance in a futile attempt to grasp the intrinsic universal magnitude of Highbrow's innate mental acuity, for it will bear no arboreal reproductive spheres. The ultrascopic trans-infinite sublimity of his diurnal ponderances transcend the circumference of most sentient species' entire thought-spheres, if he does vocalize the notion personally (and you can be certain he will).

    Voice Type -
    Heroic but has the smart ass voice.
    Or just go with Johnny Haymer's version

    Targetmasters

    Pointblank (Peacemaker) – rave1X of Youtube
    Pointblank would say that war is hell, if he wasn't a bot of very few words. Words make arguments, and arguments make wars, and he wants no more of those. That isn't to say he's a poor fighter. He just wants a quiet place to sit down with a good datatrack and a glass of frosty energon, without a Decepticon missile spoiling everything, and if he should find himself pounding the ever-loving lock washers out of the shooter of that missile, it isn't because he bears grudges or even out of regret for the waste of a good drink. No, it's just on general principle. Every battle won brings him closer to retirement, which of course is never going to happen in a million years. No hard feelings, though.

    Voice Type –
    Sounds like Gripper from TFcog.net TF victory dub.

    Crosshairs (Pinpointer) - Taken by Drew Merkel
    As the Autobot weapons supervisor, Crosshairs oversees the procurement and maintenance of a dizzying arsenal of implements of death for his fellow Autobots. Long association with such machinery has made him meticulous and careful, possibly to a fault. Crosshairs will often refuse to fire his own weapon unless he's certain it won't miss.

    Voice Type –
    Kind of western type of voice.

    Sureshot (Spoilsport) -
    Sureshot is an ego that holds a gun.

    Voice Type –
    Maybe something that sounds like Gears but lower pitched.

    Trainbots

    Raiden - Taken by Adam Laborde
    The main function of the Trainbots is transport, but when an obstruction arises that prevents them from delivering their passengers, they won't hesitate to combine into the mighty Raiden to clear the tracks. And no obstacle is too big for Raiden's matchless ambition: he is, after all, the guy who maintains an active rivalry with Devastator, and plans on challenging Predaking next! Fittingly enough, his other great personality trait is his peerless punctuality. This is one Robot Train that always runs on time!

    Voice type –
    Something that is close to Rail Racer from RID but alittle more badass...

    Railspike (Shōki or Devil-Queller) - Taken by Andrew Peterson
    Shōki is the Trainbots' leader, and elder brother to Yukikaze. He's among the fastest of the team, especially when he's linked to Yukikaze in train mode. Unfortunately, he's also occasionally brash and irresponsible in his duties.

    Voice Type –
    A Heroic/badass voice or as Railspike from RID

    Midnight Express (Getsuei or Moonshadow) – Taken by Adam Laborde
    Getsuei is the Trainbots' "night fighter". When the lights get low, Getsuei really shines (ha ha), able to sneak up and take out opponents easily even under the worst visibility conditions. On the other hand, he's not so good in the daytime. In fact, he tends to get a little sluggish and daydreamy when the sun is out.

    Voice Type –
    Huffer type of voice but lower pitched or like Midnight Express from RID

    Blaze (Kaen) – Taken By Tyler "Optimus2Primus9" O'Haver
    He's the strongest of the Trainbots, and Kaen is extremely proud of this fact. He's got the punch, and he can really bring on the heat, literally. This sometimes puts him at odds with his cold-loving teammate Yukikaze, especially since they have to physically link together when they form Raiden.

    Voice Type –
    Something high pitched and sounds like he is ready to do anything.

    Guard Rail (Seizan or Blue Mountain) – Taken by Andrew Peterson
    Normally, one wouldn't expect a train on a mountain, but that's where you'll find Seizan. The more drastic and dangerous the slope, the more Seizan enjoys using it in battle to drop down on Decepticons, barreling along at full speed.

    Voice Type –
    Something high pitched and sounds like he is ready to do anything or Rapid Run from RID

    Rapid Run (Suiken) – Taken By Tyler "Optimus2Primus9" O'Haver
    Despite his rail-riding alternate mode, Suiken is an extremely capable warrior on even the most rugged and uneven terrain. He's a veteran of a great many battles, which has given him an incredible depth of knowledge. He can plan battle tactics or even stellar navigation routes for the Trainbots' combined space-traveling train mode.

    Voice Type –
    Old voice.

    Steamhammer (Yukikaze or Snowy Breeze)
    Yukikaze is the younger brother of the Trainbot leader Shōki. Cold-weather operations is Yuki's gig, and in the snow, there's no stopping him. Naturally, he doesn't like heat at all. So much, in fact, that it severely hampers his ability to work with Kaen, who apparently puts out a lot of it.

    Voice Type –
    Sounds like Trailbreaker

    Clones
    Cloudraker – Taken by James "Spartan Prime" Cooper
    If ever there was a robot in need of years in therapy, Cloudraker is he. Nothing is good enough for him. He envies his younger clone brother Fastlane's popularity and social skills, wishes he was on the ground with people while simultaneously being terrifed of being grounded. In response to this fear he flies as high as possible, but then becomes frustrated by being bound in an atmosphere. Internal malfunctions lead him to feel claustrophobic at all times, even when flying in an empty sky. Simply a mass of crossed circuits, phobias and frustrations, it's a wonder he's able to function at all. On top of the psychological problems he can also suffer "mode-lock", trapping him in one form.

    Voice Type –
    A higher pitched or younger version of SilverBolt’s voice

    Fastlane – Taken by James "Spartan Prime" Cooper
    When you break down the individual components of Fastlane's personality he doesn't come off sounding very good. He's a totally immature, reckless, thrill-seeking, show off. Surprising then to find that he's quite well liked by both humans and Autobots. The fact is there's just no malice in Fastlane's antics, he's mischievous at worst and his stunts are usually quite entertaining to watch. His most daring stunts can be a bit dangerous to others who happen to be nearby (he once caused a HUGE accident on Cybertron by doing a 360 in confining heavy traffic at 500 miles per hour) but no one's ever been really hurt by them except for Fastlane himself when he pushes his design just a little too far.

    Voice Type –
    A higher pitched or younger version of Slingshot’s voice

    Monsterbots

    Doublecross – Guillermo "Starscreamsfan" Poblete
    You can't depend on Doublecross, since he is literally of two minds about... well, everything. Each of his beast heads has its own personality and they can't agree on anything. Make a deal or set plans with one hissing half of Doublecross and you'll likely find the other knew nothing about it and refuses to help. And don't think that getting him to transform to robot mode will help, as there's no way of knowing which mind is in control. Just about the only thing they can agree with themselves on is destroying Decepticons. Thankfully they are, at least, good at that.

    Voice type –
    He sounds dumb and does roar (which make it so you need to make sounds for him) in his beast mode but in his robot mode he has a deep voice.

    Grotusque – Taken by Nick Lemos
    Grotusque laughs at life and everything in it. Why shouldn't he when nothing out there could ever be as frightening as his own reflection in the mirror? Still, Grotusque gamely laughs off even his own hideous appearance and alternate mode with a joke about Primus having had a little too much high-grade energon that day. He's jovial, upbeat, and irreverent by nature despite his frightening exterior. To the frequent amusement (and sometimes annoyance) of his comrades, Grotusque can be counted on to fill the air with laughter and lighthearted jokes in even the darkest or least appropriate of situations. To their dismay he's simply incapable of taking anything totally seriously. Yet they have little other reason to complain; Grotusque's courage is legendary and he's a top-notch fighter. He's also quite brilliant at his function as strategist, with a sharp and analytical mind that's perfect for planning masterful campaigns (and witty quips). Fighting is fun, in Grotusque's opinion, or he simply wouldn't do it, and, in the end, death is as much a joke as life, so smile and laugh a little, and enjoy yourself while you're here.

    Voice type –
    Just a funny voice and laughs a lot but has to sound like somewhat of a beast.

    Repugnus – Taken by James "Spartan Prime" Cooper
    Never a Decepticon, Repugnus is not always an Autobot. No, sometimes he's a former Autobot who has been discharged for insubordination or just plain nastiness, but he always gets called back to perform some mission too unsavory for anybody else. Though he doesn't give a slag for authority or decency, Repugnus always does his job well. Man, does he love his job. He'll describe with relish how he clawed an enemy within an inch of his life, then beat the bastard's head into a fuel-soaked wad of scrap metal with his own torn-off leg unit. He'll also add plenty of profanities and colorful idioms to the story. His friends would find this disturbing, if he had any.

    Voice type –
    Something dark and deep but has to sound like somewhat of a beast.

    Extra

    Optimus Prime - Taken by Jon "Jon3pnt0" Crumpton
    Jazz - Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Grimlock - Taken by Jon "Jon3pnt0" Crumpton
    Sideswipe - Taken by Drew Merkel
    Sunstreaker - Taken by Drew Merkel
    Slag - Taken by Erik Boismer
    Springer - Taken by Andrew Peterson
    Wreck Gar - Taken by Andrew Peterson


    Decepticons

    Main

    Galvatron – Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Born from the fires of Unicron himself, Galvatron is a focal point of power and madness given form. He is blind to all but his lust for power; his whims and desires can be sacrificed in a moment's rage. Not even his own subordinates are safe. Though he is not beyond the capacity for long-term goals, it is his unpredictability and his casual disregard for any and all life that strike such horror in friend and foe alike. Truly, the Decepticon leader is without any sense of empathy. Galvatron was once Megatron, but was reborn from his death throes in a Faustian pact with Unicron. He retains the memories and spark of Megatron, but his personality was significantly altered after the near-death experience, massive physical upgrade, and reprogramming; just ask Starscream about the difference. And all that was before he went insane. The cause and extent of Galvatron's madness varies between different timelines, as does his physical power. Sometimes he's all but invincible.

    Voice Type –
    Frank Welker’s Version….. No other versions…. And you should know how he sounds by now.

    Cyclonus - Taken by - Jon "Jon3pnt0" Crumpton
    Among the Decepticons, finding a genuinely loyal and competent second-in-command is a near impossibility. Cyclonus is the exception to that rule. Created by Unicron, Cyclonus is a being whose loyalty to Galvatron and the Decepticon cause is so intense as to exclude most other emotions and interests from his mind. He is dedicated to destruction in his leader's name. He also has brains to back up that dedication, power to enforce Galvatron's will, and the initiative to form plans and get them done. Cyclonus could easily rule the Decepticons himself if he so desired, either as a power behind the throne or directly overthrowing his psychotic master. His responses to any suggestions that he do so? "All hail Galvatron!" It's really amazing that he's so loyal, when one considers that he alternates with Ultra Magnus as Galvatron's personal punching bag.

    Voice Type –
    Roger Carmel’s version…. No other versions…. And you should know how he sounds by now.

    Scourge – Taken by Jon "Jon3pnt0" Crumpton
    Scourge is Galvatron's implacable tracker and leader of his own cadré of huntsmen, the deadly Sweeps. He was created by Unicron from the remains of a dead Decepticon. Immensely powerful like all the Unicronian Decepticons, arrogance is his only true weakness. Despite being quite powerful in his own right, Scourge generally acts as a near subordinate to Cyclonus, and, despite his leadership of the Sweeps, is generally content to take orders from others. Scourge tends to grumble and complain a bit (a habit sometimes shared by his Sweeps). But then again, you'd also complain if your boss spent so much time beating you up, wouldn't you?

    Voice Type –
    Stan Jones’s version…. No other versions…. And you should know how he sounds by now.

    Sixshot – Taken by Gabriel Jean
    Sixshot is murderous and ferociously intense in his dedication to his mission. Just about the only redeeming quality found in Sixshot, from an Autobot point-of-view, is his respect for those he's destroyed and sent before him to the "great junkyard in the sky". Sixshot feels life is only worth living as long as there are enemies to pit himself against. Thankfully, his six forms and his function as a S.T.A.G. (Solo Transformer Assault Group) give him plenty of opportunities for combat.

    Voice Type – Deep and evil… Since he is taken, not explaining.

    Soundblaster - Taken by Adam Laborde
    Not even bothering to explain.

    Trypticon – Taken by Dustin "Thundercatlord" Todd
    Enormous in both size and power, Trypticon is an unstoppable engine of destruction. This might please him greatly... were he not bored by the entire prospect. He cares little for his role as the ultimate Decepticon weapon and finds war to be a waste of effort. He doesn't like his comrades, he absolutely hates the Autobots, and—though he hides it well—he loathes himself most of all. Trypticon transforms to a massive artillery platform that can devastate Autobot forces, who often must resort to trickery to defeat him. The only Autobot who can go toe-to-toe with him is Metroplex, and there is a great rivalry between the two cities. Trypticon is sometimes accompanied by one or more smaller robots, such as the autonomous Wipe-Out and the drones Full-Tilt and Brunt. He hates water more than any other substance in the universe, mostly because he gets thrown into it a lot.

    Voice type –
    Brad Garrett’s Version…. No other versions…. And you should know how he sounds by now.

    Combiners (There individual parts may have lines once in a while)

    Devastator – Taken by Adam Laborde
    Devastator is an immensely powerful warrior, and in that sense the combination of the Constructicons into a merged being is a huge success. Mentally, on the other hand, he's very much less than the sum of his parts. Devastator's primitive psyche is limited to only the thoughts and actions on which all his components can agree, which results in raging bouts of destructive fury.

    Voice type –
    Arthur Burghardt’s version, no other.

    Bruticus – Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Bruticus is the combined form of the Combaticon team. A terrifying sight on the battlefield, Bruticus is among the strongest of all Transformers. He can pulverize a suspension bridge with one 14,000 psi punch. He can lift up to 500,000 pounds. His armor is impervious to most artillery and radiation.

    Voice Type –
    Roger C. Carmel’s version, no other.

    Menasor - Taken by Adam Laborde
    Menasor was meant to be the ultimate Decepticon weapon, and perhaps he would have been if not for the fatal flaw in his design. His mind was designed to merge together the psyches of the five Stunticons who compose his form. Unfortunately the great depth of loathing the four limb components feel towards Motormaster, to say nothing of the fact that all five of them are psychotic as individuals anyway, has created a primal psychological rift and left Menasor an unpredictable mass of conflicting, chaotic impulses. Extremely powerful, highly mentally unstable, and prone to violent tantrums where he lashes out at anything in range, Menasor is not a weapon to point and fire, but a raging monster to turn loose on the battlefield and then get as far away from as possible.

    Voice Type –
    Regis Cordic’s version, no other.

    Predaking – Taken by Adam Laborde
    Predaking is the ferocious fusion of all five of the Predacons: Divebomb, Headstrong, Rampage, Tantrum, and team leader Razorclaw. Predaking is highly unusual, perhaps even unique, among combiners by the successful fusion of each of his component elements' physical abilities and personalities. Most others of his kind are rendered stupid, suggestible, or borderline insane by the merging of minds, but the five Predacons are united by their shared love of the hunt, and produce a single complete persona. Between his physical prowess, unexpected mental acuity, and animalistic, almost instinct-fast hunting actions, Predaking is one of the most dangerous and intimidating weapons ever added to the Decepticon ranks. As a weapon he is without equal; as a warrior he is without restraint. He can lift one million tons without straining a circuit. When Predaking is on your trail, all hope is lost.

    Voice Type –
    Bud Davis’s version, no other.

    Abominus – Taken by Adam Laborde
    Even more so than the other Decepticon combiners, Abominus is a being of mindless fury. He's not truly a warrior—he's an animal, the destructive rages of the Terrorcons that compose him personified. His commanders can't give him orders simplistic enough for him to understand, so they just point him in the direction of objects that need to be smashed, and turn him loose. The only thing that distinguishes him from a wild beast is the enjoyment he derives from his terrible rampages.

    Voice Type –
    Jim Gosa’s version, no other.

    Headmasters

    Scorponok - Taken by Michael Padovani
    Scorponok is frequently in a position of Decepticon leadership and is usually the arch-foe of Fortress Maximus. He is often partnered in some way with a being named Zarak.

    Voice Type –
    Stephen Keener’s version or something that just has a very evil feeling to it.

    Mindwipe – Taken by Drew Merkel
    No one knows the dead quite as well as the Decepticon hypnotist, Mindwipe. A mysterious and mystical one, Mindwipe claims to have the powers to commune with Transformers who have long since left this plane of existence. From Black Sabbaths to seances to super-conductive antennae, Mindwipe knows of many methods to reach those who now rest in peace.

    Voice Type - Stephen Keener’s version or something that has a Draco feeling but not too heavy on that feeling…. I don’t want a dead on Draco voice just something that 50% closer.

    Skullcruncher – Taken by Adam Laborde
    Skullcruncher is both slow on his feet and slow witted. He has a nasty habit of grinding his teeth before attacking his foes, making a noise so loud and obnoxious it tips the enemy off to his whereabouts instantly. Because of this personality defect, few Decepticons wish to be partnered with him.

    Voice Type - Chris Latta’s version or something that just sound tough and stupid.

    Weirdwolf – Taken By Max Linden
    The "weird" in "Weirdwolf", Weirdwolf puts. To talk to himself he doesn't just like; to talk to himself he really likes. Ceaselessly. And to make matters worse, not even very well he does it. To talk in a strange backward speak few can make sense of but himself, he likes.

    Voice Type - Stan Jones’s version or Something that make him some stupid but at the same time having somewhat of a brain, also a little paranoid.

    Horrorcons

    Apeface – Taken by Andrew Peterson
    Apeface is a strong presence in any situation. He's loud, rude, obnoxious, and intimidating to everyone he meets. He dominates those around him with his attitude and fearsome countenance. There's some debate among his fellow Decepticons about how much of his behavior is an act, a gruesomely effective psychological tactic to control others and force them to fold under his demands. Others just think he was built that way. Whatever's going on inside Apeface's cerebral-circuitry, he's not saying. The only one he really gets along with is Snapdragon.

    Voice Type –
    Dick Gautier’s version or just something stupid with a low voice.

    Snapdragon – Taken by Adam Laborde
    What Blot does through carelessness, Snapdragon does with deliberation. He loves nothing more than bathing in putrid grease pits or, if those aren't available, the running fuel from his victims' corpses. His bouts of animalistic fury and sheer love of destruction would make him an excellent warrior if not for the fact that he's also as lazy as the Empties in Dead End. His personal quarters are littered with alarm clocks shot to fragments by laser fire because Snapdragon just wasn't motivated to kill and maim that morning. His fellow Decepticons know they risk suffering a similar fate if they try to wake him, but often risk it in the hopes of channeling Snapdragon's rage towards the Autobots. Woe to the Autobot warrior who faces Snapdragon without his beauty rest. However, his lazy and appalling personal habits make him unwelcome among his fellow Decepticons, except for the equally thuggish Apeface.

    Voice Type –
    Dan Gilvezan’s version or just something stupid with a low voice.

    Targetmasters

    Slugslinger (Caliburst) – Taken by Adam Laborde
    If you ask Slugslinger to describe himself, he'll tell you all about how he'll never turn down a chance to duel anyone, because he knows he'll always win. That is, assuming if he still has some ammo left to use to gun down his opponent from a distance. Take that away, and suddenly he's not such a tough guy after all.

    Voice Type –
    Peter Cullen’s version or something high pitched and sounds a little crazy.

    Misfire (Aimless) – Taken by Andrew Peterson
    Misfire is the kind of guy you want on the Decepticons' side—if you're an Autobot, that is. He couldn't hit the broad side of Broadside. He holds the record for enrolling and failing the Decepticon Military College, only graduating because the Autobots blew it up. He claims his aim is getting better.

    Voice Type –
    Stan Jones’s version or something like he is ready to fight and is full of himself in a high pitched voice.

    Triggerhappy (Blowpipe) - Taken by Adam Laborde
    Triggerhappy is a nutball. You get them in the Decepticons from time to time. He's generally found drooling and/or giggling wildly. He's been that way ever since an incident at Decepticon boot camp, in which he was firing while surfing on his hover board, but fell off and hit his head. He remained firing all the while and ended up disintegrating half a dozen other Decepticons. The camp commander was impressed and graduated Triggerhappy on the spot. Nobody is sure if it's an act or if he suffered processor damage in the fall. What is known is that he pays very little attention to where he's shooting but LOVES the sound his gun makes when fired. Good idea arming him there, Megs.

    Voice Type –
    Charles Adler’s version or some high pitched and funny/crazy at the same time.

    Clones

    Pounce - Taken by Drew Merkel
    Pounce is the Decepticon equivalent of Repugnus (though the difference between the two is fairly microscopic). He does the dirty jobs that even the other Decepticons find repugnant. And as far as he's concerned, the dirtier the better. Anti-social, vicious, nasty, wily, silent, deadly and merciless are all appropriate descriptors for Pounce. What few realize is that much of Pounce's success at his job stems from the carefully cultivated reputation he's created for himself. Pounce is the clone brother of Wingspan.

    Voice Type –
    English accent

    Wingspan – Taken by Drew Merkel
    One might quickly dismiss Wingspan as the weaker of the two Clone brothers, and at first glance that may seem true. After all, Pounce is an elite counter-intelligence agent feared by comrade and foe alike, whereas Wingspan is a rather lowly data processor. In truth, though, Wingspan is just as ruthless and driven as his brother, but merely focuses his efforts on a single goal: knowledge. Wingspan doesn't care if he's surfing the cortex or tearing open an Autobot's chest to stimulate his victim's vocal processor manually, so long as he gets some new information out of it.

    Voice Type –
    English accent

    Duocons

    Battletrap – Taken by Adam Laborde
    Of the two Duocons, Battletrap is the sane one. In contrast to Flywheels, whose two components are constantly bickering, Battletrap uses the two separate vehicles of his alternate mode in concert with each other. He likes to play with his target in the way a housecat might play with a rodent...that is, if said housecat happened to have a separate avian part of itself that could fly like a hummingbird.

    Voice Type –
    You can pick for this one!

    Flywheels – Taken by Drew Merkel
    Flywheels tries to keep it together and stay upbeat, he really does, but it's hard when your mind (and often your body) is literally divided in two. A split personality would be trouble enough, but to add injury to illness, Flywheels's two halves are very jealous of each other and basically hate each other's guts. They spend more time fighting one another than the Autobots. It doesn't matter whether they're unified in robot form or not, Flywheels's two halves go right on arguing, which can be disconcerting to others around him, to say the least.

    Voice Type –
    You can pick for this one!

    Extra

    Razorclaw - Taken by Derek "Rodimus" James
    Tantrum - Taken by Adam Laborde
    Vortex - Taken by Adam Laborde
    Blastoff - Taken by Adam Laborde
    Blitzwing - Taken by Andrew Peterson
    Long Haul - Taken by Dustin "Thundercatlord" Todd
    Humans and others

    Spike - Taken by Derek James
    Carly - Taken by Randi Ford
    Daniel -
    Victor Caroli's voice as Narrator - Taken by Jon "Jon3pnt0" Crumpton
     
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    And the voices you need are?
     
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    So how're you doing this? I just name some characters I'd like to try out for and you give me some lines to speak and turn in?
     
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    Look here to see the name of who is in the series - The Headmasters (cartoon) - Transformers Wiki
    I really don't know what you can say for lines.... Just be creative.
    Creativity is a important part of being a voice actor.
     
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    Actors are awesome at improv - the BEST voice acting performances come from the BEST writers and the BEST directors giving the BEST direction to their voice actors, who in turn give their BEST performance.

    Just saying "Try out for these voices! Be creative!" is going to net you nothing but disappointment. At least give some descriptions of the character and how they are on the show, and what type of voice you're looking for.

    For example...

    Skullcruncher
    Fearless but brass, Skullcruncher is one of the strongest Decepticons/Destrons from the planet Master. His rather grotesque demeanor causes other Decepticons/Destrons to be wary of his presence, as he tends to delight in devouring his enemies while in his crocodile form. Speaking with a slight Australian accent (going with US "Rebirth" series here), his allies fear him just as much as his enemies ... because they know that when Skullcruncher runs out of enemies to devour, he could eventually turn on his allies...

    That's better than saying "Skullcruncher ... make him sound cool".

    Just my $0.02. I'd totally throw my voice in the mixture if I had a working microphone.
     
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    If you're patient, I can try to throw something together tomorrow morning. And while I'm all for fan dubs, how many different fan dubs of the Headmasters are going on now?
     
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    Well, I need to make lines FOR EVERYONE then....
    But I figure TF fan would know there transformers or would research them.
    I like my voice actors to have freedom to making there own lines for there auditions....
    Like for a example - zSHARE - troplex_ Cyclonus_ Galvatron_ Scourge_ Fortress Maximus_ Fastlane_ Cloudraker_ Rodimus Prime_ Wheelie and a short crack at narrating a bumperintro.mp3
    Thats Spartan Prime...
    I like them to have fun with there Auditions instead of me saying "DO THIS, DO THAT!"....
    But I may come up with one liners and a description of the character.... I will talk it over with Drew.

    Alrighty and not alot..... And they all are in the middle of ok and good.... But Drew and I want to make the best one of them all.
     
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    ANOTHER HM fandub??

    Arent there like 5 different good ones out there already?

    Hook up with TFcog.com and see about continuing War Within or the Beast Wars cartoons....

    Just constructive criticism, not downplaying the idea. Its like hearing 5 different songs that use the same sample, it gets old .
    Like when Krayzie Bone used Nas' One Mic beat. It was like, why?
     
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    There is 3 English and 1 French....
    But all the English ones didn't make it far and only 2 of them are still active....
    And since I don't feel like they got it right the 3 times in English.... Its time for it to be done right AND be left at that.
    Plus, I'm a fast editor if I get all the lines fast... x-D
    And as for the song, its going to either be the Season 4 Theme or a English version of TF Headmasters.
     
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    I have been considering auditioning for something like this for a while. I feel I have a believable 80's Cullen Prime voice. I also could "create" some voices for the characters who never had an 80's voice actor.

    I have always felt that the dubs NEED VA's that sound like they belong as a natural continuation of Season 1,2, and 3 and the returning characters like Prime/Hot Rod etc. should sound consistent to allow folks to get into the show.

    I have a crappy mic at home but I will do my best to get a submission to you. I think it would be fun.
     
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    As long as your having fun doing the audition then good... ^.^
    But I would try out for more then just Prime.
     
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    Why? It's not like anything horrible happens to him after a few episodes and he is never heard from again :p 
     
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    No comment... x-D
    Not even a few..... Third is more like it.
     
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    Strarf Crystal Convoy no more TFW2005 Supporter

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    I may have to audition for a few roles.
     
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    Koolz.
     
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    I'll be up for anything I can get but I'm aiming for a season 3 character... namely Galvatron, Cyclonus or Scourge. I'll be happy to get whatever I can get though.
     
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    Sorrow Six Star Close Countach

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    nice explosion on the thread.
    I think Max has answered everything to a point that we know.

    head masters includes characters people know the other Japaneses series don't

    we want to have fun with this.
    so yes be interesting with your auditions



    I love kickbacks's feedback.. but there are a lot of characters in this to make audition sheets for. and that would take a lot of the fun out of it.
    transposing the sub-titles and modding them is time consuming already.

    if you have a specfic question about a character, either of us will be happy to answer.
    at the moment we haven't set a close date that I know of and will be doing so soon if we haven't.

    thanks!
    -Drew
     
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    Max, you're a good guy and a I don't want to curb your enthusiasm, but Hikaru and Grimbot are both dubbing Headmasters at this very moment. That's an awful lot of competition.
     

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