In the dark times of the Cataclysm, Azimuth and a small group of friends sat in the darkness of their hiding places and formulated a new philosophy and world view.
The stars followed rational, predictable patterns that could be understood and read to prevent future cataclysms. Upon emerging they formed the core of the Patterner movement which shaped the face of Cybertron by inscribing on it the geometrical patterns that they read in the sky. The movement grew to be vastly important, eventually evolving into specified and varied splinter movements and spawning anti-order backlash cults.
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Azimuth had a falling out with her most talented student, Ephemeris, with whom she shared a body-type. He joined Galvatron's cult, an act which caused her tremendous pain.
Azimuth is obsessed with the study of the stars and has dedicated her life to understanding them and the elegant mathematical routes they trace through the sky.
She believed in a logical, impersonal, rational and non-spiritual cosmology and considered the cult leader and agent of chaos known as Galvatron to be her greatest enemy and living antithesis.
- Azimuth is featured only in Transformers: The Covenant of Primus, and her history was not accompanied by a visual depiction so it is unknown what she looked like.