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'''Sumdac Tower''', a skyscraper in downtown [[Detroit]], is the home of [[Isaac Sumdac]] and his daughter [[Sari Sumdac|Sari]]. It also appears to be the center of [[Sumdac Systems]], Professor Sumdac's corporation. The tower is massive, armed with impressive security features and staffed by both humans and robots. It also happens to be shaped like a giant <strike>[[Sparkplug]]</strike> spark plug.
 
'''Sumdac Tower''', a skyscraper in downtown [[Detroit]], is the home of [[Isaac Sumdac]] and his daughter [[Sari Sumdac|Sari]]. It also appears to be the center of [[Sumdac Systems]], Professor Sumdac's corporation. The tower is massive, armed with impressive security features and staffed by both humans and robots. It also happens to be shaped like a giant <strike>[[Sparkplug]]</strike> spark plug.
   
Unfortunately, there is [[Megatron (Animated)|evil]] in that tower...evil which does not sleep.
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Unfortunately, there <strike> is </strike was [[Megatron (Animated)|evil]] in that tower...evil which does not sleep.
   
 
==Fiction==
 
==Fiction==

Revision as of 22:25, 14 April 2008

Sumdac Tower is a building in the Animated continuity family.

It's big, It's bold, it's sassy.

Sumdac Tower, a skyscraper in downtown Detroit, is the home of Isaac Sumdac and his daughter Sari. It also appears to be the center of Sumdac Systems, Professor Sumdac's corporation. The tower is massive, armed with impressive security features and staffed by both humans and robots. It also happens to be shaped like a giant Sparkplug spark plug.

Unfortunately, there is </strike was evil in that tower...evil which does not sleep.

Fiction

Transformers Animated

In addition to what is presumably the living quarters of the Sumdac family, Sumdac Tower also includes Professor Sumdac's penthouse office and his private laboratory, where he keeps the severed head of Megatron as well as Megatron's severed hand—which he uses as a chair. Transform and Roll Out!

Whenever the tower is under attack, it engages an automatic force field to protect those inside the building. Good idea if you're under siege from the bad guys. Bad idea if the bad guy is already in there. Total Meltdown

Sumdac Tower suffered quite a bit of damage when the Decepticons mobilized to steal the AllSpark and rescue Megatron. Starscream blew a large hole in it, Megatron burst through the roof, and the Decepticons then fired missiles at it. That's probably going to send the property values of the nearby buildings down. Megatron Rising - Part 1 Megatron Rising - Part 2

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