Most TF stories feature the Cybertronians as a peaceful culture that was overcome by tryrants and so started off the eternal clash between good and evil. It's an appropriate origin, but sometimes I think that instead, the Cybertronians are more a feudal warrior culture and should be portrayed as such. I think that culture fits the Transformers better with them being machines of war, and with them being unable to stop their own blood feud. TF is a war story after all, and those kind of stories have one war go on or a war ends and then another inevitably starts after it, (eg Star Wars) Other reasons are as follows: It's more in line with their Japanese origin, Japan having a history of fictional shonen warriors and actual historical warriors. (The same could be argued with other warrior cultures around the world, but Japanese is the most relevant and arguably the most awesome warrior culture) It defines Megatron and Optimus Prime as warriors, with different dimensions to their characters: one is a warrior who won't stop and doesn't want to stop fighting, and the other is a warrior who understands the value of peace and justice. (Something like this was seen in TF Armada, where Optimus and Megatron were accused of keeping their war going and thus keeping Unicron alive) Does anyone understand and agree with this?