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[[Image:Talariacharacter.jpg|right|250px|thumb|Alien Atheist Amazon Woman on the Moon (of Saturn).]]
 
[[Image:Talariacharacter.jpg|right|250px|thumb|Alien Atheist Amazon Woman on the Moon (of Saturn).]]
   
:''Talaria is an alien in the [[Generation 1 (cartoon)|cartoon]] portion of the [[Generation 1]] [[continuity family]].
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:''Talaria is an alien in the [[The Transformers (cartoon)|cartoon]] portion of the [[Generation One]] [[continuity family]].
   
 
'''Talaria''' has an appreciation for logic and reason that [[Jetfire (G1)|Skyfire]] and [[Shockwave (G1)|Shockwave]] would greatly respect. She rejects the autocratic rule of the [[Astrologer priests]] for what it really is: religious enslavement that is driving their people to starvation and trapping them on an island surrounded by [[electric lava]]. Talaria knows that they can head to one of the other islands for a better life, and is not above an insurrection to achieve her goals.
 
'''Talaria''' has an appreciation for logic and reason that [[Jetfire (G1)|Skyfire]] and [[Shockwave (G1)|Shockwave]] would greatly respect. She rejects the autocratic rule of the [[Astrologer priests]] for what it really is: religious enslavement that is driving their people to starvation and trapping them on an island surrounded by [[electric lava]]. Talaria knows that they can head to one of the other islands for a better life, and is not above an insurrection to achieve her goals.
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==Fiction==
 
==Fiction==
===Generation 1 cartoon===
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===''The Transformers'' cartoon===
During the annual sacrifices to the Titan Sky Gods, Talaria led a rebellion and captured High Priest [[Jero]], exposing his Sky God for what it was: a poorly controlled statue. At a meeting of the people, she tried to convince the Titans that there were [[Primus|no]] [[Unicron|gods]]. As Jero countered with religious dogma, Talaria outright demanded that he show the Titans a sky god...at which point the injured [[Autobot]] [[Cosmos (G1)|Cosmos]] crashed right into the meeting. Talk about bad timing. As Talaria tried to convince the others that it was a trick, the [[Decepticon]] [[Astrotrain (G1)|Astrotrain]] arrived with his minions [[Thrust (G1)|Thrust]] and [[Starscream (G1)|Starscream]], proclaiming themselves gods, hoping to use the Titans to mine [[energy crystal]]s for them. Following them to the temple, Talaria overheard Astrotrain mention that reconnecting a wire would allow Cosmos to reactivate. When no one was looking, Talaria connected the wire, which also activated his communications systems. Speaking with [[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]], Talaria had trouble relaying where Cosmos was (despite an otherwise perfect understanding of English) as she didn't understand the word 'planet'. [[Optimus Prime (G1)| Prime]] told her to activate Cosmos' homing beacon. However, Thrust and Starscream tried to stop her, but Cosmos reactivated long enough to allow Talaria to escape (and get shot again).
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During the annual sacrifices to the Titan Sky Gods, Talaria led a rebellion and captured High Priest [[Jero]], exposing his Sky God for what it was: a poorly controlled statue. At a meeting of the people, she tried to convince the Titans that there were [[Primus|no]] [[Unicron|gods]]. As Jero countered with religious dogma, Talaria outright demanded that he show the Titans a sky god...at which point the injured [[Autobot]] [[Cosmos (G1)|Cosmos]] crashed right into the meeting. Talk about bad timing. As Talaria tried to convince the others that it was a trick, the [[Decepticon]] [[Astrotrain (G1)|Astrotrain]] arrived with his minions [[Thrust (G1)|Thrust]] and [[Starscream (G1)|Starscream]], proclaiming themselves gods, hoping to use the Titans to mine [[energy crystal]]s for them. Following them to the temple, Talaria overheard Astrotrain mention that reconnecting a wire would allow Cosmos to reactivate. When no one was looking, Talaria connected the wire, which also activated his communications systems. Speaking with [[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]], Talaria had trouble relaying where Cosmos was (despite an otherwise perfect understanding of English) as she didn't understand the word "planet". [[Optimus Prime (G1)| Prime]] told her to activate Cosmos' homing beacon. Thrust and Starscream tried to stop her, but Cosmos reactivated long enough to allow Talaria to escape (and get shot again).
   
Fleeing into the forest, she proceeded to fire arrows at [[Jazz (G1)|Jazz]] and [[Perceptor (G1)|Perceptor]], who had been sent to rescue Cosmos. After the Autobot [[Sub-Commander]] talked Talaria down, she led them to the temple where Cosmos was, only for Starscream and Thrust to discover them (they have really good timing, don't they?). Talaria was captured, and Astrotrain decided to make her a sacrifice. Fortunately, Jazz rescued her from death, and [[Omega Supreme (G1)|Omega Supreme]] drove off the Decepticons. Unfortunately, Astrotrain detonated the energy crystals. Though the island was destroyed, the Titans managed to escape to another island with help from the Autobots. Talaria emerged as the new leader of her people. {{storylink|The God Gambit}}
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Fleeing into the forest, she shot arrows at [[Jazz (G1)|Jazz]] and [[Perceptor (G1)|Perceptor]], who had been sent to rescue Cosmos, in attempt to drive off what she saw as more false gods. After the Autobot [[Sub-Commander]] talked Talaria down, she led them to the temple where Cosmos was, only for Starscream and Thrust to discover them (they have really good timing, don't they?). Talaria was captured, and Astrotrain decided to make her a sacrifice. Fortunately, Jazz rescued her from death, and [[Omega Supreme (G1)|Omega Supreme]] drove off the Decepticons. Unfortunately, Astrotrain detonated the energy crystals. Though the island was destroyed, the Titans managed to escape to another island with help from the Autobots. Talaria emerged as the new leader of her people. {{storylink|The God Gambit}}
   
 
[[Category:Aliens]]
 
[[Category:Aliens]]

Latest revision as of 05:58, October 14, 2009

Talariacharacter

Alien Atheist Amazon Woman on the Moon (of Saturn).

Talaria is an alien in the cartoon portion of the Generation One continuity family.

Talaria has an appreciation for logic and reason that Skyfire and Shockwave would greatly respect. She rejects the autocratic rule of the Astrologer priests for what it really is: religious enslavement that is driving their people to starvation and trapping them on an island surrounded by electric lava. Talaria knows that they can head to one of the other islands for a better life, and is not above an insurrection to achieve her goals.

She also has even less modesty than the women of Nebulos. Wow.

FictionEdit

The Transformers cartoonEdit

During the annual sacrifices to the Titan Sky Gods, Talaria led a rebellion and captured High Priest Jero, exposing his Sky God for what it was: a poorly controlled statue. At a meeting of the people, she tried to convince the Titans that there were no gods. As Jero countered with religious dogma, Talaria outright demanded that he show the Titans a sky god...at which point the injured Autobot Cosmos crashed right into the meeting. Talk about bad timing. As Talaria tried to convince the others that it was a trick, the Decepticon Astrotrain arrived with his minions Thrust and Starscream, proclaiming themselves gods, hoping to use the Titans to mine energy crystals for them. Following them to the temple, Talaria overheard Astrotrain mention that reconnecting a wire would allow Cosmos to reactivate. When no one was looking, Talaria connected the wire, which also activated his communications systems. Speaking with Optimus Prime, Talaria had trouble relaying where Cosmos was (despite an otherwise perfect understanding of English) as she didn't understand the word "planet". Prime told her to activate Cosmos' homing beacon. Thrust and Starscream tried to stop her, but Cosmos reactivated long enough to allow Talaria to escape (and get shot again).

Fleeing into the forest, she shot arrows at Jazz and Perceptor, who had been sent to rescue Cosmos, in attempt to drive off what she saw as more false gods. After the Autobot Sub-Commander talked Talaria down, she led them to the temple where Cosmos was, only for Starscream and Thrust to discover them (they have really good timing, don't they?). Talaria was captured, and Astrotrain decided to make her a sacrifice. Fortunately, Jazz rescued her from death, and Omega Supreme drove off the Decepticons. Unfortunately, Astrotrain detonated the energy crystals. Though the island was destroyed, the Titans managed to escape to another island with help from the Autobots. Talaria emerged as the new leader of her people. The God Gambit

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