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In the [[Generation One]] [[continuity family]], '''binary bonding''' is a process in which a Transformer enters into a symbiotic relationship with a smaller, organic being (usually an [[Earth]] human or [[Nebulos|Nebulan]]) who has been augmented with the ability to transform into a component or weapon. It was by this process that the [[Headmaster]]s, [[Targetmaster]]s and [[Powermaster]]s came into being.
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In the [[The Transformers (franchise)|Generation One]] [[continuity family]], '''binary bonding''' is a process in which a Transformer enters into a symbiotic relationship with a smaller, organic being (usually an [[Earth]] human or [[Nebulos|Nebulan]]) who has been augmented with the ability to transform into a component or weapon. It was by this process that the [[Headmaster]]s, [[Targetmaster]]s and [[Powermaster]]s came into being.
   
 
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In the Generation One continuity family, binary bonding is a process in which a Transformer enters into a symbiotic relationship with a smaller, organic being (usually an Earth human or Nebulan) who has been augmented with the ability to transform into a component or weapon. It was by this process that the Headmasters, Targetmasters and Powermasters came into being.


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