Discussion in 'Transformers Cyberverse and Cartoon Discussion' started by ISleepNow, Oct 27, 2012.
Well wadya think, are they worth the future of Seibertron?
Yes. Megatron bought that Chevy Bumblebee edition Camaro with his own hard earned money, he has a right to want his car keys back.
Three kids or the renew life of Cybertron? If I was Prime, I'll open fire on the kids, shock Megatron and the Decepticons, and then take them out while they are off guard.
It is Optimus, not Keyser Soze
True, oh well I can wish that would be the case.
Logically no. But this show is about Autobots having MORALS GAISE so I know for sure they'll give back the keys.
I'll take option 5: kill the hostage takers and use Bumblebee's device to snatch the kids away, then have Optimus use that mountain-killing sword of his to terminate the surviving 'Cons with extreme prejudice as a deterrent to future weasels. No second chances, just kill them all. It's several thousand years overdue.
If I were Optimus Prime I would because of what he said to Bulkhead earlier in the episode.
Megatron being the one to revive Cybertron won't turn it into a world of nightmares, it's mostly a political move that'll give him recognition - the one part of a Prime he's missing.
I'd have a much easier time living with myself if I let Megatron save Cybertron before killing him and having all evidence to the contrary destroyed than if I sacrificed my allies just so it'd be my finger on the button.
It's obvious that they save the kids. Who is sitting in the shiny throne with his Decepticon cohorts on Cybertron in that Beast Machines clip?
Optimus even gave a hint at the answer being no.
Or, maybe that's just how I choose to view his line of 'What if we refuse?'
Logic says no.
Prime says yes.
I love this because it makes your sig look like they're laughing at what Prime would say.
I think all signs point to them giving up the keys, but it'd be a helluva' twist if they didn't.
Makes me wonder if the next season ends up having absolutely no human involvement: between them distancing themselves from the kids lately, and the risk of their danger in this one, it feels like it's going to lead to them saying their goodbyes to the kids for good.
Heroes say yes.
Heroes are the ones that have to make the hard decisions.
Animated said that, and it's true. It wouldn't be an easy choice at all, but logically saving Cybertron would be the right thing to do. It'd be sad, but they could save a planet. Verses just three children?
Though obviously the show won't, but a real hero would find a way to save both.
I'm honestly shocked about how many people are fine with the kids being killed in favour of Cybertron. I mean yes reviving their planet is important but so's the children's safty. To just let them die after what you've been through with them is a cold blooded move. If Optimus did that he's completely lose respect from the kid's guardians. Add to June's grief about her son being dead after she's promised to look after Jack.
I mean what would you do in his position really? I don't blame Optimus about having a hard tim making this kind of dicision at all.
No, I actually want to see some humans get killed in this show though it probably wont happen due to the rating. But id love to see optimus choose his own kind over the humans and see how it effects him after. It would make it alot more personal.
Seriously would any version of Optimus sacrifice the kids? Maybe Movie Optimus doubtfully. Autobots save the kids and Decepticons revive Cybertron, everybody wins.
He shouldn't, but he will.
Would be twisted if he didn't give the keys to the cons though, heh.
I say Bulkhead should use the immobilizer on the Cons. Then they could save the kids and still have the keys. But unfortunately, plot and story forbids. -___-
Do you really think the Cons would just stand still and let Bulkhead immobilize them? It would be so anticlimactic, they could kill them right there and end the show.
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