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Too much information
Though the dedication of the anonymous users who wrote most of this article is to be admired, Wikipedia is not an episode guide. A lot of this content needs to go (and here's hoping it's not a copyright violation to boot.) --Ardonik.talk()* 18:46, August 27, 2005 (UTC)
I fully disagree, if this is to be a complete encyclopedia it needs to have these episode summaries. And if anyone knows how to get to the ones on Transformers Armada, please let me know, PLEASE!!!! LegendRider 19:25, 18 January 2007 (UTC)
Suggest that character profiles are placed in a separate page to ease the amount of information here. Katstevens 12:09, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
Botched animation translation?
The main tranformers article says,"the series was rushed out of production, resulting in an American version that often contain unfinished, mistake-riddled animation and a transliterated script that frequently disagreed with the action onscreen and got character names wrong."
Is this true?
- Unfortunately, yes. Check out the "Trouble with Dubbing" section of this article. - Chris McFeely 26th December 2005
Should Rhinox really be underneath the autobots section? He had a brief cameo in the last episode. It is hardly enough to make him a main character. However since I am not really a "Veteran" of wikipedia I don't think I should delete it without someone else's input. Anyone else agree/disagree?jkjkkkkklkkdkk? klko*ndfkkrkldç&ghdckjkfkfkfkfkfkllşdldpfpflogiü
You go ahead and change whatever you like. This is what you expect when you edit an arcticle, I've done it tons of times so grow a backbone, get a grip, grit your teeth and do it.
LegendRider 23:18, 12 April 2007 (UTC)
This page is really poorly written.
Seriously guys, I give up. Some else start cleaning this up please, I don't have time to do a major re-write, and I haven't seen the whole series. You can't put things like "But he packs enough punch to ward of any 'bots that try to mess with him" or whatever. You can't say things like "you know how there's always" and "If there was a grunt, he would be it". It's uncyclopedic. Look at an encyclopedia. Does it talk to you? No, it's written in a manner so that it doesn't look like anybody in particular made it. It's called NPOV, or non/no-point-of-view. Look it up guys. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Chao9999 (talk • contribs) 23:56, 2 September 2007 (UTC)