A year after assuming leadership of the Autobots, Rodimus Prime hosts an intergalactic sporting event, which falls victim to an attack, resulting in the abduction of Spike Witwicky, Kup, and Ultra Magnus. Rodimus is quick to blame the Decepticons, who are divided and weakened by the loss of their leader, Galvatron. But Galvatron's fellow reformatted Decepticons, Scourge and Cyclonus, may have found a way to restore their leader to power. The real culprit may be a new face, but one with a link to the histories of both Autobot and Decepticon, manipulating both sides to take their own revenge. Written by
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The character model of Autobot Jazz makes an appearance, however he is identified as "Munka Spanka". His original voice actor Scatman Crothers
had passed away not long before the episode was finished, and they probably didn't want to make the character he played appear. His appearance wasn't altered, and this led to a lot of confusion for the viewers. It is, however, more likely that either Jazz or the name "Munka Spanka" are errors, given the sub-par production quality of the mini-series. See more
Kickback and Shrapnel can be seen among the Decepticons on Charr, but they are supposed to be dead. Also, you can see Kickback's robot head under his insect head, which is inconsistent with his earlier portrayals. See more
Our charts don't show any planets in that sector-no, wait. Here it is. I thought it was a smudge on the screen.
Yeah, that fits the description of Chaar.