List of Transformers: Energon episodes

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The following is a list of episodes in the Transformer series, Transformers: Energon. They tell the story of part 2 of the Unicron Trilogy: The quest for Energon.

Season 1[edit]

Ep. # Title Original air date English air date
1 "Cybertron City"
(浮上!オーシャンシティ) 
Twenty years have passed since the Armada battles. The Autobots and Decepticons work side by side with humans to harvest Energon. But trouble is brewing with recent attacks by a group of transformers known as Terrorcons. Can the Autobots meet the threat? 
2 "Energon Stars"
(輝け!エネルゴンスター) 
After analyzing the Terrorcon threat, the Autobots decide to send away all the civilians living in the energon mining bases. Ironhide is given the job of "babysitting" Kicker, neither one is happy about it. The alarm goes off for an attack on Lunar City, Kicker and Jetfire go ahead and the others soon follow after being given energon stars by the Omnicons. When they get there, Ironhide heads off to check the mine and touches some energon by mistake which knocks him out. The others rescue him and they head back to Ocean City. The episode ends with Alpha-Q saying Optimus Prime will meet his match when Scorponok awakens. 
3 "Scorponok"
(メガザラックの罠) 
Scorponok captures Tidal Wave and made him to follow his orders so that they can revive Megatron with energon. While Kicker and Ironhide stay behind (supposelly) while the rest of the team help Desert City... 
4 "Megatron's Sword"
(メガトロンの証) 
Tidal Wave sees Megatron's Sword. 
5 "The New Cybertron City"  

Kicker has a dream of Energon being spotted in the mountains and wakes up the next morning. He finds the exact match of the mountains on-line. On Cybertron, Dr. Jones and Rad send the parts of Super Optimus to Optimus Prime after they were repaired. Inferno tells Optimus Prime that an Energon reconnaissance team is in the mountains Minutes later, while Kicker and Grindor are out searching, Hot Shot, Ironhide, and Demolisher help Strongarm with the equipment to help them find the Energon. Ironhide goes into a fight with Demolisher about if Demolisher switched sides. The Terrorcons deposit their latest Energon onto the wrecked Unicron. Tidal Wave and Cyclonus see Megatron deactivated on the wall. Alpha Q gives orders to Scorponok, Cyclonus, and Tidal Wave to gather more Energon to revive Megatron and restore Unicron. Back at Ocean City, Optimus Prime tells Jetfire not to bring up why they sent Demolisher with Hot Shot, Ironhide, and Strongarm. Back at the mountain, Kicker notices the fog coming in and Hot Shot contacts Kicker to return to camp right before Kicker and Grindor fall into a ravine. Hot Shot notices that Kicker hasn't return and sends Demolisher with Ironhide to find him while Strongarm watches over the camp. In the ravine, Kicker has a dream about his past when he and his family had to stop on a planet to find Energon before returning to Earth. When in their excavating machine, Kicker senses the Energon and they dig for the Energon with the help of the Omnicons. When a sandstorm hit, he stood near his father. Kicker wakes up and finds out he's trapped. He and Grindor try many escapes from the ravine until Hot Shot contacts him and Kicker tells Hot Shot where he is. Hot Shot tells Strongarm to help Kicker. Kicker senses Energon in the ravine. Cyclonus and Tidal Wave arrive with the Terrorcons and they start attacking. Cyclonus' shot causes an avalanche burying Hot Shot and sending some snow into the ravine. Strongarm finds the ravine and uses a machine with attachable poles on them. Kicker uses the snow to escape right after Cyclonus and Tidal Wave noticed Strongarm. In the nick of time, Optimus Prime arrives with Inferno and tells everyone to fall back. The Battle Ravages start digging for the Energon. Dr. Jones and Rad send a new Cybertron development to the location with the help of Jetfire. The arrival of the development crushes some of the Divebombs and Battle Ravages. The Autobots, Strongarm, Demolisher, and Kicker see the new Cybertron City called Blizzard City.

Just then, Scorponok arrives with reinforcements and tells Cyclonus and Tidal Wave to get the Energon. The city's cannons attack the Divebombs and we see Skyblast and Signal Flare on the base. This attack caused the Decepticons and surviving Terrorcons to retreat. Demolisher wonders that if Megatron is alive, why hasn't he come for him. Kicker is glad that his father is helping out, even though he's not with them. 
6 "Megatron Resurrected"  
Megatron is back alive again. Megatron forces Scorponok to serve him, but Scorponok is loyal to only one master Alpha Q. 

7. Megatron's Raid[edit]

Megatron launches his first Energon raid since his resurrection. Demolishor, who has recently had doubts about working with the Autobots, is faced with a choice when Megatron confronts him. Ultimately Demolishor betrays the Autobots and rejoins the Decepticon cause. Meanwhile Alpha Q has revived Starscream, who has no memory of who he previously was. Starscream is revealed to have the ability to turn invisible when he battles Optimus Prime in combat.

8. Starscream the Mysterious Mercenary[edit]

Alpha Q has revived Starscream, whose mission is to destroy Optimus Prime, so as to regain a new body. He has the power to make himself invisible.

9. Battle of the Asteroid Belt[edit]

The Autobots go into the asteroid belt to see what is going on after seeing something on radar, and find parts of Unicron. The Decepticons attack Lunar city. Kicker is troubled with old fears of being alone in space. The idea of Energon towers is proposed by Kicker's father.

10. Energon Tower[edit]

Megatron gets a better sword that does much more damage than the one the Autobots have. The remains of Unicron are finally shown and then the Decepticons attack Ocean City only to discover that the Autobots have an energon tower which activates during the battle. The energon tower destroys all the Terrorcons and causes pain for the Decepticons. Megatron pulls out.

11. The Legend of Rodimus[edit]

Alpha Q prepares to bring Unicron to life, while yet another Energon Tower is secured into place. Below the city, Kicker searches for more energon with Ironhide, but has trouble because of a similar experience during his childhood which was caused on an energon expedition with his father. Kicker felt his father was more concerned with finding energon than his safety, and he'll never forgive him for it. Ironhide tells Kicker that he should respect his father and to punctuate his point, he tells Kicker about a legendary transformer named Rodimus, who was an inspirational leader that rallied a group of Autobots to escape the war and create a new world. He then leaves Kicker to fend for himself and confront his fears. While making his way through the dark, Kicker finds the energon, and shortly afterward Ironhide returns, saying it was merely through luck.

Meanwhile at Megatron's base, Megatron prepares to recharge and attack Earth, while Scorponok abandons his leader and seeks energon on Mars which is unprotected by an energon grid, but finds himself unaware that Rodimus and his team is watching him. Megatron is attacked by Starscream, but adequately defends himself by imprisoning him in a black pit. He then breaks Starscream into a loyal Decepticon, while on Mars, Rodimus prepares to make his move.

12. Crisis in Jungle City[edit]

Kicker and Misha arrive in Jungle City, where helicopters come to complete the energon tower. But Alpha Q is not ready to let Earth go without a fight, and sends a group of stealth Terrorcons, named Command Ravage and Blackout. Unfortunately for him, both Kicker and Tidal Wave notice the Terrorcons, who are tunneling to avoid the base's defenses. In response, the Decepticons arrive via space bridge, and the energon mine and human allies are evacuated, but not before Misha requests that the pyramids near the city be protected.

A battle royale ensues between the Terrorcons, the Decepticons, and the Autobots. Between both evil factions, the Autobots are overwhelmed, and the Energon Tower and base is overrun and destroyed. The Autobots escape, but overflow the Energon Tower and blast it, which explodes and decimates the base and the pyramids, and kills the Terrorcons. The Decepticons retreat, and Kicker and Misha mourn for Jungle City, but Kicker senses the next location for an energon tower: Lunar City!

13. Kicker Beware![edit]

Megatron forces Demolishor to divulge the Autobots' secret of finding energon: Kicker. Scorponok interrupts with news that a Battle Ravage drone was captured by the Autobots and transferred to Lunar City, and no doubt are searching for energon. Alpha Q manifests a fourth personality which takes charge and orders Scorponk to capture Kicker. On the Moon, Kicker pretends to search for energon, but really knows there is none, but there is something alive on the barren world. On their journey, Kicker runs into Demolishor, under orders to kidnap Kicker with a group of Terrorcons. Optimus attempts a rescue, but is ambushed by the other Decepticons, while Rodimus and his team debate over interfering. Kicker refuses help from Ironhide and decides to go under capture, hoping to spy and find information on Alpha Q, who does contact him through a Terrorcon while simultaneously using Scorponok to destroy both factions, although Scorponok's attempts are unsuccessful. However, the tide soon changes as Lunar City, along with a large group of Omnicons, is revealed to be intact, enabling an energon grid which defeats the Decepticons and Terrorcons.

In the retreat, Demolishor attempts a last-ditch effort to kidnap Kicker, but a mysterious shot forces him to escape. Cyclonus is injured, and is repaired into Snow Cat, a more agile transformer with a polar vehicle alternate mode.

Season 2[edit]

14. Energon Grid[edit]

Megatron has taken yet another plan, to create three meteors from Unicron and propel them at Earth before the energon grid has been completed, which he feels will "strike fear in Optimus Prime." On Mars City, Carlos notifies Optimus, but Dr. Jones notices Desert City's Energon tower has a fault, rendering the Energon Grid useless. Kicker and the Autobots attempt to find the fault, which is a group of Blackout drones. Meanwhile, the comets enter Earth's atmosphere, but one is destroyed by Rodimus, aided by more mysterious Blackout drones.

Kicker solves the problem, and allows the towers to engage the Energon Grid, which destroys the other two comets. After a scene of "fireworks" created by the comets, the Blackout drones Kicker found are rescued by a strange ship, from Cybertron. Ironhide and Kicker argue over going after the ship, but Ironhide ends the argument after revealing he put a tracking device on one of the Terrorcons. Meanwhile, Alpha Q questions his actions of saving Earth.

15. Rodimus: Friend or Foe?[edit]

While Snow Cat tests his power against the Energon Grid by sending frozen asteroids, Megatron decides to go after Alpha Q instead of Earth after finding a Terrorcon spy. On Earth, the Autobots celebrate the Energon Grid, but Optimus calls a conference, telling him the Autobots will have to move their battle into space to defeat Unicron and the Decepticons. Outside, Hot Shot races out on a space bridge after receiving a secret message from Rodimus. He arrives on Mars, but runs into Scorponok and his Terrorcons attempting to collect Energon. Rodimus appears, and tells Hot Shot to not fire on the Alpha Q-allied bot, who escapes. Hot Shot questions Rodimus's actions, and is shocked that Rodimus says Unicron must be revived. During their discussion, Ironhide, Kicker, and Skyblast arrive to back up Hot Shot, who refuses to revive Unicron or assist Rodimus. Rodimus decides to open fire, then escapes. Ironhide follows him, but Rodimus leads him into a trap, powerlinking with Prowl and defeating him, while trying to alliance with Kicker. Ironhide is rescued by Hot Shot, but doubts his actions at opening fire at his superior. Hot Shot says even Optimus would probably open fire in his situation, and thanks him.

Meanwhile, Megatron uses Scorponok as bait to bring out Alpha Q......

16. Go for Unicron![edit]

Carlos reports the locators on the two Terrorcons have concluded that the enemy has two bases (Megatron and Alpha Q), while Megatron's plan doesn't succeed as Team Rodimus comes to rescue Scorponok, making quick work of the Decepticons.

After the report, Dr. Jones is unveiling a new starship to increase energon production, named the Miranda II. Optimus reveals their mission is twofold: they are also going to destroy Unicron, and they prepare to set up a space bridge. Unfortunately, the Decepticons attack, and part of the space bridge is damaged. Skyblast attempts to repair the damage, but is hit. Kicker volunteers to help, and after getting used to zero-gravity, repairs the space bridge. To end the Decepticon attack, the Autobots deploy an energon shield around the ship and escape back into the ship, but Demolisher is destroyed. The Miranda II flies off into uncharted regions of space, while Ironhide is shocked by Demolisher's demise. However, his spark remains, and Megatron decides to use it.

17. The Return of Demolishor[edit]

The Autobots dock their ship near a mysterious blizzard planet, which Kicker senses Energon on. But the Autobots face a new threat: for Demolisher is revived in a new Power, who is tougher than ever However, Tidal Wave interrupts, with Elliot Moose reporting the Autobots' location. On the blizzard planet, the Miranda II is stuck between glaciers, unable to escape, so two groups are deployed: one to get the energon, the other to free the ship.

Unfortunately, Megatron is in pursuit, assisted by the upgraded Demolisher. along with Kicker escape, and even though they couldn't collect the energon, Optimus tells Kicker his teammates are more important than energon and the blizzard planet is destroy by the decepticons.

18. A Tale of Two Heroes[edit]

The Autobots continue on their journey and intercept a Decepticon warp signal which turns out to be Rodimus's ship. Rodimus asks permission to aboard and Optimus obliges, Rodimus explains to Optimus his theory of letting Unicron be resurrected, but Optimus doesn't agree so Rodimus leaves the ship so both teams can get back to their missions. Kicker finds Ironhide out of the ship and asks him what's up, Ironhide tells him that he wants to see what he is truly capable of doing and that he is tired of being bossed around, Kicker agrees and lets Ironhide board Rodimus's ship who by the way knows Ironhide is aboard but rather encourages Ironhide to be adventurous and tells his team to calm it down while Rodimus's ship goes into Unicron to talk to Alpha Q......

19. Battle Stations[edit]

The Autobots continue their planning on taking out Unicron. They try to go into Unicron and blow him up internally but don't succeed because Unicron is coming back to life so his defenses are back too. The Autobot ship barely makes it out of their tight situation with a few damages to the ship. Optimus plans to lure Unicron through a returning space bridge but Tidal wave, Snow cat, the new Demolisher, and Star scream are hot on their heels, all the decepticons (including Unicron) and autobots make it through the space bridge and the camera shifts to Alpha Q, and Rodimus and his team in Unicron's separated head. Ironhide mentally calls Kicker and Kicker orders Strongarm to drop him off to help Ironhide. Misha fallows Kicker, along with Grindor and the Autobots find a way with Rad's help to do some good damage on Unicron who with Megatron and the other cons manages to get away with a warp field. Kicker, Grindor, and Misha board Rodimus's ship after Rodimus tells the kids and Minicon that Ironhide told him to pick them up.

20.Alpha Q: Identity[edit]

Unicron's arrival causes the Decepticons on Cybertron to rebel, while Kicker learns the truth about Alpha Q.

21.Shockblast: Rampage[edit]

Shockblast disables Cybertron's energon grid, while Kicker tries to convince the Autobots to listen to Alpha Q.

22.Survival Instincts[edit]

Starved for energon, both Unicron's head and body begin lashing out at their respective captors.

23.Each One Fights[edit]

Megatron plans to feed planet Cybertron to Unicron to sate his energon appetite. Optimus and his team work to stop him.

24.Unicron Unleashed[edit]

A newly reformatted Tidal Wave leads the Decepticon charge through the damaged energon grid. Alpha Q takes an interest in Kicker's father.

25.Open Fire![edit]

The Autobots charge into Unicron's body to stop Megatron. Shockblast reveals his true intentions.

26. Ripped Up Space[edit]

Unicron's body is finally reunited, and the forces of Megatron, Alpha Q, and Optimus battle for control of Unicron.

27. Team Optimus Prime[edit]

Megatron escapes into a black hole and Optimus Prime decides to give chase, even though he doesn’t know what he will find on the other side. Kicker joins his Autobot friends on their mission and pilots the Miranda II into the black hole. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Dr. Jones monitors the situation and ignores the government agents who want to speak with him about his involvement with Earth’s energon reserves.

28. Protection[edit]

On the other side of the rip, the Autobots must now defend a whole new set of planets, and Wing Saber finally gets the chance to re-capture his prisoner Shockblast.

29. Imprisoned Inferno[edit]

Shockblast has been captured and temporarily imprisoned on Iron Planet. Inferno is left to stand guard over Shockblast while the other Autobots are on Jungle Planet. Shockblast attempts to goad Inferno into a verbal fight, but Inferno does not rise to any bait. Shockblast is then contacted by Megatron, who taunts him for his betrayal. Shockblast begs for rescue and Megatron consents. Inferno is left alone to defend himself and guard the prisoner. Inferno eventually retreats to a crevasse, defending himself from inside. Shockblast is freed - much to Tidal Wave's dismay - and they pursue Inferno. Megatron attempts to reprogram Inferno, but the Autobot fights it. Hot Shot and Rodimus soon come to Inferno's aid and Megatron retreats. At the end of the episode, Inferno's Autobot insignia switches to a Decepticon one.

Meanwhile, on Jungle Planet, Kicker, Ironhide and Misha explore the lush planet that's so much like Earth. Three mysterious Autobots by the names of Cliffjumper, Downshift and Bulkhead are introduced.

30. Jungle Planet[edit]

Team Bulkhead searches for the Autobots, while Kicker and Ironhide search for Inferno on the Jungle Planet. Inferno, who was previously affected by the Decepticons into embracing the dark side, is saved by Kicker after learning of a Decepticon attack, whom tracked Inferno's decepticon mark right to the planet. A battle breaks out, and the Autobots are supported by the trio- Bulkhead, Downshift, and Cliffjumper- aka Team Bulkhead. Meanwhile, Scorponok tries to break Inferno, but the strength of being an Autobot defeats Scorponok's deceit, and the Autobots force the Decepticons to retreat. Then, Bulkhead and his team is officially introduced to the rest of the Autobot force, and with Signal Flare's new ability to collect energon from the sun, Alpha Q knows they can depend on the Autobots...just a little.

31. Bulkhead[edit]

The Autobots go to put up an Energon tower on Jungle planet but Megatron isn't going to let that happen without a fight.

32. Farewell Inferno[edit]

The Autobots lure their enemies out in a risky gambit when Inferno uses his Decepticon "half" to bait Megatron.

Scorponok's Scars (*japanese release only)[edit]

It is revealed that the spark within Scorponok is not actually that of the grand chamberlain of Planet Q - his spark was completely extinguished in his last act of sacrifice. Alpha Q instead used the wandering Spark of a Decepticon to recreate Scorponok, programming to act and think the way the real Scorponok did.

33. Crash Course[edit]

The Autobots have spare time so Rodimus authorizes a race for the Autobots.

34. Omega Supreme[edit]

Omega Supreme first appearance. Autobots finally find Unicron. Inferno is repaired into Roadblock.

35. A Heroic Battle[edit]

Unicron gets his head back.

36. The Power of Unicron[edit]

The Autobots find a weak spot in Unicron's armor. Meanwhile, some very interesting transformations are taking place on the Decepticon team...

37. Optimus Supreme[edit]

The Ice planet was destroyed by Unicron. All autobots can't save it and almost all of them got wounded from Unicron's attack.

38. Unicron Perishes[edit]

Unicron dies but Megatron survives with Unicron's mind living inside him.

39. Ambition[edit]

The Decepticons, Megatron, Starscream, and Scorponok attack Cybertron. Optimus Prime and the other Autobots, aboard the Miranda II, travelled to Cybertron to save the planet.

40. Wishes[edit]

Using Unicron, Megatron has discovered a powerful source of energy: Super Energon. By immersing himself in the liquid, he is transformed into Galvatron, with a new purple armor which makes him impervious to all forms of firepower. However, he awakens the guardians of the energon, who chose to join him- Constructicon and Bruticus Maximus. However, the third guardian- Superion Maximus, escapes, so he sends his new minions after him. Meanwhile, on the planet surface, the Decepticons, who previously broke free of jail and discovered Megatron's (they aren't aware of Megatron's transformation) survival, attack and overrun the main Autobot base, taking control of Cybertron in the process. However, Starscream is contacted and told to report to his leader. He goes down to the temple of Super Energon, and Galvatron tells him to prove his loyalty: he must immerse himself in the legendary energy, whether he can survive it or not. He does, and he is also transformed, restoring his physical form and giving him Galvatron's powers as well. Above the planet, Optimus prepares to land, unaware of the Decepticons' presence, who search for the plans for the grid, while Dr. Jones and his family hide in a nearby tunnel. They watch as the Decepticons take over, and find that the Autobots have landed, on route to the now-Decepticon base. The Autobots find trouble, however, running into the two Decepticon combiners, backed up by Galvatron and Starscream. Unfortunately, Energon Gas is released, controlled by Six Shot, repelling the Autobots. Kicker tries to find his family in the mess, and Optimus follows, fortunately both are saved by Superion Maximus, requesting to join the Autobots.

41. Galvatron[edit]

Galvatron has Sixshot start moving Cybertron towards the planet where Alpha Q's "soul" is. The Miranda II gets hit and crashes into Cybertron.

42. Break Through[edit]

Optimus Prime and the other Autobots try to breakthrough the energon grid and then later have to go under ground

43. Distribution[edit]

The Autobots battle, but this time in cyberspace, a virtual training program. While Alpha Q watches from the sidelines, Six Shot hacks into the program and enables the Decepticons to play in the game. The first round begins with Mirage and Tidal Wave versus Hot Shot and Rodimus, Optimus and Wing Saber versus Cliffjumper and Landmine, Ironhide and Jetfire versus Scorponok and Alpha Q, though Alpha Q isn't programmed to fight, and Sixshot and Shockblast against Roadblock and Inferno. However, the comedy relief duo- Snow Cat and Demolishor- have entered the competition, and fight against Prowl and Downshift. The Autobot group loses against the two comedic Decepticons after a failed powerlink, while Bruticus and Constructicon Maximus take down their fellow combiner, Superion Maximus. After the second round, the third round begins with the victors from the first round, Hot Shot and Rodimus defeat Optimus and Wing Saber, while Six Shot uses his hacking skills to cheat and win the battle against Jetfire and Ironhide. Meanwhile, Galvatron and Starscream enter the game looking for their minions, and make quick work of Snow Cat and Demolishor, then leave. But two other Decepticons, Bruticus and Constructicon Maximus, are also defeated by Optimus and Omega Supreme, who later take on Hot Shot and Rodimus, who just defeated Six Shot and Shockblast. Optimus and Omega Supreme lose for stepping out of the ring. Rodimus and Hot Shot win, and the victors finally win the game, but have to defeat the "special guest warrior", none other than Unicron, albeit a very "puny" one. Outside of the virtual game, Kicker thinks the Autobots aren't really all that different from himself, while Alpha Q persists, "Why can't we all just get along?"

44. The Omega Train[edit]

The Autobots split up and with the help of other autobot rebels they attempt to find and free Kickers family and Cybertron. Galvatron gets Cybertron through the space bridge. Alpha Q seems to think that Galvatron has "lost his marbles" and Ironhide has an "inflated ego".

45. Decepticon Army[edit]

Kicker searches for his family below Cybertron, while Galvatron and a damaged Optimus square off on the planet's surface. Kicker is reunite with his mother and sister. Demolishor and Snowcat tried to jump into the Super Energon pool, but something came out of it...

46. Ironhide Team[edit]

Kicker's dad sabotages the energon gas grid from within enabling Optimus to get into the Command Center and Rodimus and Prowl waiting around Cybertron to get to the planet. The terrorcons got into the super energon and grow in size. Ironhide's team takes a beating by Scorponok and Ironhide's three rhyming buddies are taken out. Ironhide gets the energon to Primus, who wakes up and energizes Optimus so he can merge with Omega Supreme, becoming Optimus Supreme and defeating Galvatron and the Decepticons.

47. Formidable[edit]

Primus is still snoozing, Sixshot overloads the grid and causes a huge explosion that takes down most of the autobots, Cybertron heads for Plains planet and destroys all the planets in its path, Optimus sees/feels Unicron and goes to Cyberton to fight (into the gas). Primus saves Optimus by absorbing the gas and super sizing Optimus Supreme (again) with it.

48. Galvatron Terror[edit]

Sixshot convinces Mirage, Snow Cat, and Demolisher that Starscream will stay Galvatron's favorite if they do not do something about it, but when they head out Sixshot traps them and heads for the Superenergon. Sally goes into the control room after Sixshot leaves and starts helping the Autobots. Sixshot attacks Galvatron but Scorponok saves him. Galvatron gets to the superenergon and gets to be really big, guess he was jealous. He squashes Sixshot like a bug under his foot.

49. Destructive Power[edit]

Galvatron is growing and tethered to Cybertron by strands of Superenergon. Kicker and some of the Omnicons cut the strands. Ironhide and Scorponok battle, and Galvatron heads into space, but not towards Alpha Q's planet.

50. Spark[edit]

Big Galvatron vs Big Optimus Prime. Lots of little battles with all the others too. Kicker gets sappy with Misha before going to destroy Unicron's "puny" remains, but something's not quite right...

51. The Sun[edit]

Final Energon Episode. Unicron is the "force that drives the universe" and Primus uses the super energon, the autobots band together and give their combination sparks to Optimus, Galvatron wakes/becomes Unicron again. Optimus Prime becomes "Ultimate Optimus Supreme" so we have another Big Galvatron/Unicron vs Big Optimus Prime battle. Galvatron sacrifices himself by becoming one with the super energon and turns into the sun for Alpha Q's planets. Optimus said to Rodimus, "We're looking at a brand new universe, Rodimus. This is just the beginning. It's just the beginning."

Galvatron dies along with Starscream and Mirage.