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A timeline for the events of the [[Movie (franchise)|2007 live action film]] Transformers continuity.
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What devilweed are you smoking Walky? Of course this is Krunix's character model. It's not his ''color model'', but I'm really failign to see your point. It's the character model Krunix was based on, in the same way Sunstorm was based on a Seeker. -[[User:Derik|Derik]] 19:42, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
   
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: His character model, if he had one, was just Fracas's. Uncolored. Coloring it yourself and presenting it as his actual character model without explaining its photoshoppy origins is pretty much just lying. --[[User:ItsWalky|ItsWalky]] 19:43, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
   
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::It's noted ''in the damn article'' that he's a generic.
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::And if you think it needs a note, put in a note. Don't delete the thing. That's an accurate rendering of Krunix's robot mode that we never really god a good picture of. (It always looked lumpy.)
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::What crawled up your ass and died? -[[User:Derik|Derik]] 19:48, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
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:::No, you noted in the article that the original US version of the comic misidentified Krunix as Cyclonus. Which is, y'know, not correct. Springer was drawing the wrong models, and the UK put a band-aid over it. Not saying even that much is just irresponsible. Other things that are irresponsible -- telling us he shrinks when he transforms, and pointing out a spec in the background as a depiction of his altmode. I don't even know why I'm having this conversation. --[[User:ItsWalky|ItsWalky]] 19:58, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
   
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::::I'm really failing to see anything here that '''couldn't''' have been rectified by a sharp "Hey fuckwad! Make this article's relationship to the source material explicit, including the provenance of the pictures."
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::::[[:Image:Quintbailiff anime.png]] is a colored character model. Are you going to delete it, or just request a better image credit? There isn't a decent picture of the Bailiffs in all the canon. I know, I looked.
== Timeline ==
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::::At ''any rate'', since you objected specifically that the original pic did not 'explain its photoshoppy origins', ''and'' you left the image tag in, I'm assuming you wish me to replace it with a better-credited image. I do so now. -[[User:Derik|Derik]] 20:36, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
 
 
*'''??BC''' — For two generations [[Megatron (Movie) |Lord High Protector Megatron]] and [[Optimus Prime (Movie)|Optimus Prime]] co-ruled a peaceful [[Cybertron (planet)|Cybertron]].
 
 
 
*'''1,000,000+ BC''' — Megatron came to desire the [[Allspark]]'s power for himself, secretly formed an army of his own, and a planet-wide civil war for control of the Allspark began.<ref>The war on Cybertron began "one million years before the dawn of man" according to [[Transformers: the Junior Novel]]. [[Transformers: The Movie (novel)]] also makes reference to one million years, but less explicitly.</ref>
 
 
 
*'''10,000+ BC''' — The Battle of [[Tyger Pax]]: While the main [[Autobot]] forces hold the [[Decepticons]] back at [[Simfur]], a smaller team under [[Bumblebee (Movie)|Bumblebee]] buys those in Tyger Pax the time they need to launch the Allspark into a wormhole in space. Megatron leaves Cybertron to follow it. Bumblebee loses the ability to speak.<ref>According to [[Transformers: The Movie (novel)]], the Allspark crashed into Earth 12,000 years ago. It is not known for how much longer it drifted.</ref>
 
 
 
*'''??BC''' — After "countless solar spans" Megatron tracks the Allspark to [[Earth]] but is reckless in his lust for it, crashes through the arctic ice, and is lost.
 
 
*'''~1807 AD''' — [[Mainframe (movie)|Mainframe]] flees Cybertron after attempting to unseat [[Megatron (movie)|Megatron]] in a coup, he eventually settles on Earth. ''Note: this event is irreconcilable with the main timeline.''
 
 
*'''1897 AD''' — The [[National Arctic Circle Expedition]] commanded by [[Archibald Amundsen Witwicky|Captain Witwicky]] discovers a great metallic "devil" buried in the arctic ice.
 
 
 
*'''1898 AD''' — [[Archibald Amundsen Witwicky|Captain Witwicky]], now blind and raving is confined to the [[Boston Secure Hospital]]. Two Victorian-style spooks with an interest in the "unusual" listen to his story, decide to cover it all up and embark on a goverment sponsored expedition to check it out. If these blokes aren't called [[Sector Seven]] already they will be someday soon. Witwicky's personal effects are sent on to his family.
 
 
 
*'''1899 AD''' — The proto-Sector 7 guys erect a dome above the partially excavated "Mega-Man".
 
 
 
*'''1902 AD''' — The Allspark is discovered underwater in [[Colorado]].
 
 
 
*'''1924 AD''' - Captain Witwicky is still alive and locked up in the wonderfully un-politically correct [[Psychopathic Institute for the Long-Term Insane]] in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He's having visions of movie trailers yet to come.
 
 
 
*'''1935 AD''' - Arizona, a Sector 7 facility is built at the foot of the Hoover Dam to study both the Mega-man and the alien cube. Plans are to transfer the Mega-man to the facillity very soon, that fall at the latest. For an unknown reason this never happens.
 
 
 
*'''1938 AD''' - Captain Witwicky died on August 13th, he was survived by his son [[Clarence Witwicky|Clarence]].
 
 
 
*'''1969 AD''' — Sector 7, headed by [[Walter Simmons]], attempts the first test flight of an Ice Man (as the "Mega Man" is now nicknamed) derived spacecraft (''[[Ghost 1]]'') using the Apollo 11 moon launch as cover. At the same time the first attempt was made to relocate the Ice Man himself from the Arctic to southern [[Nevada]] to be better studied alongside the likewise mysterious "alien cube". Signs seemed to point to Sector 7 beginning to shift from being a secret US millitary opperation to a non-millitary-aligned deep "black ops" program. The [[Ark (Movie)|''Ark'']] and [[Nemesis (Movie)|''Nemesis'']] clash over the ''Ghost 1'' in a distant solar system and learn of Megatron's (and possibly the Allspark's) location on Earth, though not the location of Earth.
 
 
 
*'''1977 AD''' — August 15<sup>th</sup>. [[Wikipedia:The Big Ear|The Big Ear]] radio telescope detects the [[Wikipedi:Wow! signal|Wow! signal]]. Sector 7 designates the sender <small>(Optimus Prime)</small> N.B.E.-2. ''This designation was later be reassigned to [[Bumblebee (Movie)|Bumblebee]], possibly under the belief he was the same being.
 
 
 
*'''1983''' — March 15<sup>th</sup>. To control the previous year's leaks<ref>Agent X's podcasts mentions the major leak in 1982.</ref> about the Transformers to the public, [[S7 Industries]] collaborated with Japanese toymaker [[Takara]] to produce a movie based on the 'video game' about giant robots they were developing, allowing them to dismiss any claims relating to the Transformers or their world as fictional characters- hiding them in plain sight. This operation is codenamed [[Hungry Dragon]].
 
 
 
*'''2003 AD''' — A facility in [[Colorado]] uses the [[Hubble Space Telescope]] to photograph Bumblebee landing on [[Mars]]. They then track his landing on Earth in Viginia. He is deignated N.B.E.-2 but manages to slip their detection by adopting a local alt-form. Meanwhile in suburbia, [[Ronald Witwicky]] passes on his keepsakes of Archibald to his callow [[Samuel James Witwicky|young son]]. [[Reggie Simmons]] takes command of the operation to track down N.B.E.-2. [[Starscream (Movie)|Starscream]], [[Blackout (Movie)|Blackout]], and [[Barricade (Movie)|Barricade]] arrive on Mars, hot on Bumblebee's trail, and destroy a Mars rover.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 20:36, June 26, 2007

What devilweed are you smoking Walky? Of course this is Krunix's character model. It's not his color model, but I'm really failign to see your point. It's the character model Krunix was based on, in the same way Sunstorm was based on a Seeker. -Derik 19:42, 26 June 2007 (UTC)

His character model, if he had one, was just Fracas's. Uncolored. Coloring it yourself and presenting it as his actual character model without explaining its photoshoppy origins is pretty much just lying. --ItsWalky 19:43, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
It's noted in the damn article that he's a generic.
And if you think it needs a note, put in a note. Don't delete the thing. That's an accurate rendering of Krunix's robot mode that we never really god a good picture of. (It always looked lumpy.)
What crawled up your ass and died? -Derik 19:48, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
No, you noted in the article that the original US version of the comic misidentified Krunix as Cyclonus. Which is, y'know, not correct. Springer was drawing the wrong models, and the UK put a band-aid over it. Not saying even that much is just irresponsible. Other things that are irresponsible -- telling us he shrinks when he transforms, and pointing out a spec in the background as a depiction of his altmode. I don't even know why I'm having this conversation. --ItsWalky 19:58, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
I'm really failing to see anything here that couldn't have been rectified by a sharp "Hey fuckwad! Make this article's relationship to the source material explicit, including the provenance of the pictures."
Image:Quintbailiff anime.png is a colored character model. Are you going to delete it, or just request a better image credit? There isn't a decent picture of the Bailiffs in all the canon. I know, I looked.
At any rate, since you objected specifically that the original pic did not 'explain its photoshoppy origins', and you left the image tag in, I'm assuming you wish me to replace it with a better-credited image. I do so now. -Derik 20:36, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
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