Allspark Fragment

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Starscream - Transformers Animated - Animated Series
... In "Transform Roll Out", Starscream didn't even believe the Allspark existed in the first place, but when there was proof of the Allspark's existence on board the Autobot's ship (which he opted immediately to just ... and to get Megatron back for damaging his wing when he suggested getting the Allspark himself), he planted an explosive charge on Megatron's back as he, oblivious to the ... Fanzone, and the mayor of Detroit hostage to coerce them into giving him the Allspark ...
Megatron - Transformers Animated - Animated Series
... and Roll Out", Megatron had spent 4 million stellar cycles (years) in search of the Allspark ... His head was not reactivated until "Home is Where the Spark Is", when Sari used her Allspark Key to open her father's door to his lab ... Starscream and led Lugnut and Blitzwing to Dinobot Island to retrieve the Allspark ...
List Of Robots In Transformers Animated - Humans - Human Villains
... His Headmaster unit later combined with a forklift and an Allspark fragment to become the Constructicon Dirt Boss ... He possessed an Allspark fragment remote control that enabled him to control the cars to fix the races but solely used it to control a blue color racing car Bumblebee deemed "B ... a clock factory, She discovered a piece of the Allspark imbedded in a timepiece, which had the power to slow down and reverse time around anything and anyone she used it on ...

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