You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reasons: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, FANDOM Staff, FANDOM Helpers, Wiki Managers, Content Team Members. Please log in to edit this wiki.Joining Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki is free, and it only takes a minute.We hope that you sign in, and become a member of the community!Click here to log in or create an account You can view and copy the source of this page: ===Continuity errors=== * Many of the characters seem to act OUT of character in this episode. Megatron's never seemed like the caring kind before when it comes to his Decepticons, Scavenger acts true to his tech spec, and Optimus Prime seems to be going against his "Freedom is the Right of All Sentient Beings" schtick with the enslavement of Devastator. It is possible, however unlikely, that Optimus viewed this as an acceptable strategy given that Megatron had already forcibly turned the Constructicons evil in the first place. By turning them into Autobots again they'd only be undoing the damage already done. Kind of. * During the Autobots' initial battle with Devastator, when it cuts away to invisible Mirage snooping about the Decepticons' lair, he walks past Mixmaster, Scrapper, and Scavenger ... who presumably did not break off from Devastator during battle to watch a drill spin into the ground. * Though maintaining a consistent scale has [[Scale|never been a particularly important issue]] in Transformers fiction, this episode is a particularly notable offender, with Devastator's relative size fluctuating wildly: in some scenes Megatron appears to be almost half his height, whilst at other times the Autobots barely come up to the top of his ''foot''. Chip's scaling is also wildly variable: when Sunstreaker rescues him from the cave, he appears knee-high to the Autobots, but in the very next scene he has suddenly become as large as Wheeljack. * Devastator's transformations are unusually random and inconsistent in this episode: at one point Hook transforms into Devastator's head, whilst later it appears as though Scavenger transforms into Devastator's ''entire'' lower half, which seems to displace Hook and Long Haul from their normal positions and forgoes the need to involve Scrapper and Mixmaster altogether. Return to The Core. Retrieved from "https://transformers.fandom.com/wiki/The_Core" Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.