Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by Ceerad, Aug 20, 2012.
And how much of the page is cut and pasted from various TFWiki articles?
I remember a few years ago in my senior year of High School, we had a competition to see who could find the longest Wikipedia page during a Computer Services class. The winning article was Optimus Prime by a mile.
Of course Prime's page is the longest. He's got four million years of history to cover. I don't think any of those puny humans saw the far side of 100.
Plus Optimus exists in far more continuities than the others...
That's because there's only one Ghandi, Socrates, Napoleon, Washington, etc; whereas there are many Optimus Primes.
Optimus is a created character. Also, a recent one.
We know more true facts about him.
To the childhood hero who can rip your face off.
What a dick.
The Optimus Prime article is over a mile long? Impressive.
Kind of sad that people, apparently, know more about the history of a fictional robot than about actual people who had a major impact on our world. But, it's wikipedia and I'd imagine most people are just editing it for fun and entertainment...and writing about Optimus Prime is a lot more fun than doing a comprehensive article on Socrates.
Someone's forgetting about Shattered Glass Ghandi, Ultimate Socrates, Earth-2 Napoleon, Mirrorverse Washington, etc.
That's a pretty good one, a sad statement on our knowledge of historical figures, but good to know Optimus holds the record.
For what reason, IDK.
Optimus Prime - 166273 characters/ 26877 words
Megatron - 93117 characters / 14941
It's also just a sign of the times we live in. There's so much more documenting and sharing now, through media and internet, then back when those historical figures lived.
I actually checked this and it is actually true
How do other famous fiction characters rank? Like Darth Vader or Spock?
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