What I'm saying is why do they have to depict the decepticons 100% just evil monsters that want to do bad? I mean...why not give them a goal they want to reach that they just are trying to reach it the wrong way but they believe they are doing what is right. Sorry if this is confusing. For example, in any war on earth there are 2 (or more) sides that both fight for what they believe in or believe in doing. Take the civil war for example. The north believed that slavery should not be allowed where the south thought it should be allowed. Both sides thought what they were doing was right. And both sides thought their enemy was doing wrong. Why can't they make the decepticons a more 3-dementional side of the war. In many cases in TF: prime, the decepticons show that they themselves know what they are doing is wrong and they're doing it just to be evil. Like when megatron is telling orion that the autobots are evil but he was just "deceiving" him. So this shows that megatron knows that the autobots are good and they are evil? Another instance was when megatron tells soundwave "orion's great sense of right and wrong will kick in soon". So megatron knows what he is doing is wrong? When is there really any practical instance where one side of a war is doing what they're doing just to be evil? I think the decepticons should be fighting for something that the autobots don't believe in and vice-versa. Wouldn't it make it a more 3-dementional "we get to see both sides of the story" war?