Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by chnkyclnkytrike, Dec 11, 2014.
Dude did you even read my entire posts?
How many planets do you know that are made of metal, no organic material. So how would a planet of this description be so easily figured out?
Uh... Plenty of planets have no organic material, and the majority of earth is, in fact, metal.
Probably because it didn't, or rather shouldn't in Marvel G1. Cybertron was knocked out of its orbit during the war and sent hurtling through space.
There's also a lack of plant life on Cybertron, which makes me question how an oxygen atmosphere would be maintained.
exactly my point i was getting at earlier. no plant life all metal. no oxygen, and no fire either
This as which anything else is how can you find out "how" with out asking. you start from one point and it goes to another. that's why i ask questions and watch to where it will eventually end up.
G1 cartoon Cybertron was shown to be at least, in the past, part organic.
do you have a link or proof to support that?
Cybertron's "lowest level" shown in Dweller In The Depths looked pretty organic to me.
well, there is what we were told in the Beast Machines series.
but if you want evidence strictly from the G1 cartoon, watch the episode "The Dweller in the Depths"
the shaft that lead to where the trans-organics were held, was called "the lowest level of Cybertron", and it was a rocky cave.
The episode Forever Is a Long Time Coming showed some of the land around Hive City had exposed soil.
I agree that it really depends on which series we are talking about. G1 has it Earth like enough that humans need nothing special to breath or even a coat to go to Cybertron so that must mean breathable air and a temperature in the human comfort range.
Beast Machines talked about an organic past so it might be like the planet on Star Wars where an organic world got covered by a planet wide city.
Transformers Prime humans needed special suits to survive on in that series the air is harmful to humans.
I think though that we can figure some form of atmosphere in every series since you need some sort of an atmosphere to have lift on the wings to have flying Transformers with wings or rotors.
I guess I should narrow my parameters and put this in a different area cause the more i'm thinking about what I was wanting to know was aligned contiuity era. so that's my bad.
you are forgiven
People could probably survive on the planet but not if it was a dying planet like the Cybertron in TFP
In every series characters have reacted to sound on Cybertron so there needs to be an atmosphere of some type even if it's one inhospitable to humans (such as in Prime).
3000 degrees with an atmosphere of vaporized sulfuric acid and continuous bombardment of high-energy radiation.
Chip is just that badass.
Wow, I didn't know that. I guess I learn something new everyday
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