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[[Image:Dante.jpg|right|thumb|150px|All hat but no cattle. (He killed the cattle with his bare hands.)]]
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[[Image:Dante.jpg|thumb|right|150px|All hat but no cattle. (He killed the cattle with his bare hands.)]]
   
A member of the fairly dastardly mustache-twirling organization known as the [[Machination]], '''Dante''' has a vested interest in obtaining [[Transformer|Cybertronian]] technology and reverse-engineering it.
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A member of the fairly dastardly mustache-twirling organization known as the [[Machination]], '''Abraham Dante''' has a vested interest in obtaining [[Transformer|Cybertronian]] technology and reverse-engineering it.
   
 
==Fiction==
 
==Fiction==
 
===IDW comics continuity===
 
===IDW comics continuity===
A police officer investigating the death of a man in the desert reported to Dante that their agent [[Stoker]] was dead. {{Storylink|Infiltration issue 2}} Soon afterwards, [[Blitzwing (G1)|two]] of the [[Skywarp (G1)|visitors]] began a heavy-handed "clean up" operation by destroying all traces of [[Stoker]]'s investigation, so Dante called in [[Drake]] to move up their plans to procure one of the visitors. {{Storylink|Infiltration issue 4}} Serving under a [[Scorponok (G1)|shadowy mechanoid]], Dante reported on the progress resulting from the abduction of [[Sunstreaker (G1)|Sunstreaker]] and [[Hunter O'Nion]]. He was especially pleased to relate that the conspiracy theorist had taken the Headmaster implantation process like a trooper. When the mechanoid expressed his lack of patience over the slow progress, Dante reminded that they must proceed carefully to avoid setbacks. {{Storylink|Escalation issue 5}} Later, he showed the mechanoid the results of Hunter's upgrade, pleasing the machine. When Hunter asked what did the Machination want with him, Dante stated that the young man had served his purpose, but supposed he could be reconditioned to be part of their new world order. {{Storylink|Escalation issue 6}}
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A police officer investigating the death of a man in the desert reported to Dante that their agent [[Stoker]] was dead. {{storylink|Infiltration issue 2}} Soon afterwards, [[Blitzwing (G1)|two]] of the [[Skywarp (G1)|visitors]] began a heavy-handed "clean up" operation by destroying all traces of [[Stoker]]'s investigation, so Dante called in [[Drake]] to move up their plans to procure one of the visitors. {{storylink|Infiltration issue 4}} Serving under a [[Scorponok (G1)|shadowy mechanoid]], Dante reported on the progress resulting from the abduction of [[Sunstreaker (G1)|Sunstreaker]] and [[Hunter O'Nion]]. He was especially pleased to relate that the conspiracy theorist had taken the Headmaster implantation process like a trooper. When the mechanoid expressed his lack of patience over the slow progress, Dante reminded it that they must proceed carefully to avoid setbacks. {{storylink|Escalation issue 5}} Later, he showed the mechanoid the results of Hunter's upgrade, which pleased the machine. When Hunter asked what the Machination wanted with him, Dante stated that the young man had served his purpose, but supposed he could be reconditioned to be part of their new world order. {{storylink|Escalation issue 6}}
{{spoiler|Devastation issue 6}}
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After the first batch of Headmasters proved to be a rousing success, Dante underwent the process himself, [[binary bonding]] with his Cybertronian master. The human commented that he had a new lease on life, perhaps implying that he was terminally ill prior to the process. Combined, [[Scorponok (G1)|Scorponok]] lived again! {{storylink|Devastation issue 6}}
 
After the first batch of Headmasters proved to be a rousing success, Dante underwent the process himself, [[binary bonding]] with his Cybertronian master. The human commented that he had a new lease on life, perhaps implying that he was terminally ill prior to the process. Combined, [[Scorponok (G1)|Scorponok]] lived again! {{storylink|Devastation issue 6}}
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Dante/Scorponok, now fully merged barring some pronoun trouble, planted a mole named [[Kloss]] into [[Skywatch]] who inserted a virus into [[Grimlock (G1)|Grimlock]], freeing him from Skywatch's control. When Grimlock escaped, Dante combined with Scorponok and met Grimlock with an offer of an alliance for world conquest. Grimlock refused and they battled, with Grimlock losing. Before he could be killed, Grimlock teleported to his still-functional ship. Dante later planned to take control of the other [[Dinobot (G1)|Dynobots]] and use them to destroy Grimlock. {{storylink|Spotlight: Grimlock}}
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Latest revision as of 16:03, September 21, 2009

Abraham Dante is a human Headmaster in the IDW continuity portion of the Generation One continuity family
Dante

All hat but no cattle. (He killed the cattle with his bare hands.)

A member of the fairly dastardly mustache-twirling organization known as the Machination, Abraham Dante has a vested interest in obtaining Cybertronian technology and reverse-engineering it.

FictionEdit

IDW comics continuityEdit

A police officer investigating the death of a man in the desert reported to Dante that their agent Stoker was dead. Infiltration issue 2 Soon afterwards, two of the visitors began a heavy-handed "clean up" operation by destroying all traces of Stoker's investigation, so Dante called in Drake to move up their plans to procure one of the visitors. Infiltration issue 4 Serving under a shadowy mechanoid, Dante reported on the progress resulting from the abduction of Sunstreaker and Hunter O'Nion. He was especially pleased to relate that the conspiracy theorist had taken the Headmaster implantation process like a trooper. When the mechanoid expressed his lack of patience over the slow progress, Dante reminded it that they must proceed carefully to avoid setbacks. Escalation issue 5 Later, he showed the mechanoid the results of Hunter's upgrade, which pleased the machine. When Hunter asked what the Machination wanted with him, Dante stated that the young man had served his purpose, but supposed he could be reconditioned to be part of their new world order. Escalation issue 6

After the first batch of Headmasters proved to be a rousing success, Dante underwent the process himself, binary bonding with his Cybertronian master. The human commented that he had a new lease on life, perhaps implying that he was terminally ill prior to the process. Combined, Scorponok lived again! Devastation issue 6

Dante/Scorponok, now fully merged barring some pronoun trouble, planted a mole named Kloss into Skywatch who inserted a virus into Grimlock, freeing him from Skywatch's control. When Grimlock escaped, Dante combined with Scorponok and met Grimlock with an offer of an alliance for world conquest. Grimlock refused and they battled, with Grimlock losing. Before he could be killed, Grimlock teleported to his still-functional ship. Dante later planned to take control of the other Dynobots and use them to destroy Grimlock. Spotlight: Grimlock

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