Transformers: Prime - Wikipedia
With Peter Cullen, Sumalee Montano, Jeffrey Combs, Frank Welker. In this new set of adventures the Autobots live on Earth and maintain their secret identity. Optimus orders Ratchet to come along with them instead, as there might be an injured an Autobot rookie who becomes in awe when he meets the Optimus Prime. . — Transformers Prime — Season Two (Shout!. Optimus Prime, Transformers Prime () episode 47 Alpha/Omega. “. Optimus Prime, The Transformers () episode 3 More Than Meets The Eye Part 3.
Predacons Rising would air and would end the story. Optimus Prime, Megatron and Bumblebee were the characters that were considered "must-haves" for the series. From that point on, they tried to include Autobots and Decepticons that complemented those characters' personalities, "rather than duplicate them". Additionally, when asked about the death of Cliffjumper and other characters in the series, he said that "when we kill a character, we kill a character".
Regarding Optimus' memory loss and joining the Decepticons, Duane Capizzi said that they wanted to satisfy fans' expectations "but take it in unexpected directions.
What happens will be pretty unexpected, but pretty organic. After a writer made the suggestion, they realized Unicron could be included in a way that tied Earth to Cybertron. He also reaffirmed his comment regarding death in the series, stating that "anyone can die" and revealed that "the body count has been upgraded" in season two. Prime — Beast Hunters for its third season. Optimus appears throughout the first season as a vision to Bumblebee, though he is only allowed to do so when the latter's need is dire.
Residing in the "Realm of the Primes", Optimus Prime begins training to combat an "ultimate evil" where his first part of the training is overseen by Micronus Prime. At the conclusion of the first season, Optimus is upgraded by the Thirteen Primes when the Fallen arrives on Earth, during which he gains a body that closely resembles his Beast Hunters form.
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After the Fallen is seemingly destroyed, Optimus Prime remains with Bumblebee's group, though he states he would only do so as Bumblebee's "equal", rather than leader.
However, the Thirteen subsequently reclaim the additional power they granted him, leaving him weakened but still determined to aid the team. Optimus Prime also appears in Transformers: Rescue Botsstated to take place in the same universe as Prime, as the leader of the Autobots who transforms into a semi-trailer truckthough unlike his Prime appearance, it's flatnosed like his G1 counterpart.
He gave the Rescue Bots their mission and mainly appears mainly via view-screen, appearing physically in the first episode and then in the first-season finale, where his truck mode is seen for the first time on screen. He then returns, with or without Bumblebee, many times throughout the second and third seasons as a recurring character.
He scans Trex as a secondary form where gains a Tyrannosaurus form, making him a Triple Changer, though he states that scanning anything techno-organic might have unpredictable results. While he loses control of this "Primal Mode" at first, the Rescue Bots determine that his loss of control is due to low Energon reserves, and are able to replenish his energies and restore him to normal using an energon patch. At the conclusion of the third season, Optimus helps his old friend, High Tide, along with the new recruits, Blurr and Salvage, save Griffin Rock and subsequently sends Heatwave and his team on a new mission to use the island as "testing place" to reveal their true identities as aliens.
Cyberverse Voice actors Optimus Prime is primarily voiced by Peter Cullen in most of his incarnations, who voiced him in the original series. Following the production of the film, Cullen reprised his role for the sequels and supporting media and would even voice Optimus in later series such as Transformers: Optimus has been voiced by a number of other voice actors in other series such as Neil KaplanGarry Chalkand David Kaye in the series Transformers: Video games Generation 1 Optimus Prime has appeared in numerous video games since the introduction of the Transformers series.
He makes a cameo in the Beast Wars Transmetals video game for Nintendo 64where he is killed by Megatron at the end of the campaign, showing what would have happened in the Beast Wars series with a Predacon victory. Prime is also one of the playable characters in the Japan-only Transformers game for the PlayStation 2 and the Transformers: Three versions of Optimus Prime are playable characters, including the first generation incarnation, his incarnations from the live-action filmand the incarnation from Transformers Animated.
In this game, Optimus Primal is also a playable character. He appeared as a boss in a simple Flash -based video game on the Hasbro web site.
Revenge of the Fallen. Unicron Trilogy Optimus Prime is among the characters appearing in the Transformers video game for the PlayStation 2. In the Autobot Campaign, Optimus Prime provides intelligence and missions to Bumblebee in his search for the Allspark. Eventually, the clues lead the Autobot to Sam Witwicky. After saving Sam from BarricadeBumblebee finally completes preparations for the Autobots to arrive on Earth. Once on Earth and having informed the two teenagers of their mission, Prime and the Autobots are discovered by Sector 7.
Optimus sends Jazz on a high-speed destruction distraction mission, then sends Ironhide to rescue Jazz from a double-threat posed by the government agents and various Decepticon scouts. When Bumblebee is captured, Prime transforms and chases the chopper which from which the small Autobot is tied. After a lengthy chase, Prime manages to catch the net, only to be thrown off by another Cybertronian meteor.
As Bumblebee is carried away, Optimus promises he will not fail him again. Jazz informs him that the meteor is not an Autobot. Prime confronts the new threat, who turns out to be the Decepticon Triple Changer Shockwave.
The two battle it out across Tranquility before Optimus finally destroys him. During the battle, Optimus overhears Starscream's transmission revealing the location of the Allspark. Optimus then returns to an intel role as he guides Bumblebee in his mission to retrieve the Allspark from Hoover Dam.
Unfortunately, the Decepticons manage to free Megatron, leading to the final battle in Mission City. As the Autobots battle it out with the Decepticons to protect Sam and the Allspark, things seem to take a turn for the worse as Megatron finally arrives.
Before he can claim the Allspark, Optimus attacks him. Optimus defeats Megatron and leaves him on the ground, seemingly devoid of life. However, just as Sam is giving the Allspark to Optimus, Megatron awakens, leaping at Optimus with his chain-flail out, making one last attempt at defeating his adversary.
Optimus grabs the chain, pulling Megatron in closer, and, with the Allspark clutched in his fist, delivers a punch through Megatron's spark, killing him.
Optimus reflects on the losses and rewards of this battle, as the Autobots have a new home, but many were killed in the battle. Jack shows Smokescreen around where the Cybertronian relics and Airachnid are stored.
Bulkhead is upset that the others have brought in a replacement for him, but as they point out, Smokescreen is a newbie and needs a lot of training. Raf finds the same Red Energon photo that Starscream did. Smokescreen's keen to go out on the mission, but the others point out his need for training and an alternate mode. Starscream arrives at the construction site, only to find it deserted and the Red Energon gone.
Smokescreen and Jack scope out vehicles driving near Jasperand the Autobot is disappointed in the available vehicle forms. Meanwhile, Prime, Arcee and Bumblebee arrive at the dock where the Red Energon's been moved, and discover Starscream is already there.
He reports back to base what's happening, and Smokescreen wants to go help, but is overruled by Ratchet. Having dealt with Optimus, Starscream climbs up the crane after Arcee and Bumblebee. At base, Bulkhead urges Ratchet to let him go help, but Ratchet ignores him until they realize Smokescreen is missing.
Ratchet finds him in the storeroom looking at the phase shifter. Meanwhile, Starscream reaches Arcee, only for Optimus to punch him right off the crane.