I AM SHOCKWAVE, FIRST LIEUTENANT OF SCIENCE AND CHIEF SCIENTIST OF THE DECEPTICONS.

22nd May 2013

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((You know that song “Girl on fire” by Alicia Keys? I want you to sing that in your head, but imagine Shockwave in tank form flying out of the explosion, on fire, from “Project Predacon,” and then replace every instance of “girl” in the song with “tank.” Replacing “she” with “he” is totally up to you.

And that’s my good deed for the day))

Tagged: out of characterDo ittrust me

22nd May 2013

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Anonymous asked: Shockwave, I get the impression that you are not too fond of Starscream. Is there a logical explanation to this?

I HAVE NO QUARREL WITH STARSCREAM.

22nd May 2013

Question with 2 notes

themerrymagicianjazzy asked: its funny because everyone thinks that youre just a mad scientist that is cruel to everything but the whole microchipping thing subverts that

"EVERYONE" IS QUICK TO MAKE ASSUMPTIONS AND CREATE FANTASTICAL IMAGINATIVE SCENARIOS.

((Also, tumblr decided it would be cool to not show any asks I had, so sorry that I just found this now))

22nd May 2013

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You know, when I first saw you, Shockwave, I thought “that huge eye reminds me of something… but what?” I spent ages trying to remember and then I saw fanart of this thing

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"Oh that’s what it was"

Tagged: bongo bongohey a zelda monsteralthoughtechnicallyshockwave's one eye design precedes Bongo Bongo's by over a decadeby I'm not complainingsubmission

19th May 2013

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cruelfeline:

It is incredibly hilarious to me that Shockwave is apparently a responsible pet owner.

Like I cannot stop finding this funny.

I FAIL TO SEE THE LOGIC OF YOUR HUMOR.

((I’m doing this again because my caps button isn’t working correctly right now. Whoops :P))

11th May 2013

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cruelfeline:

askscienclops:

cruelfeline:

seekerincommand:

cruelfeline:

highglossfinish:

It happens chiefly among fliers who fly during lightning storms. Out in the open air, free from anything that might ground them, it’s easy to build up an impressive static electric charge. Upon landing, said charge makes the leap into the nearest conductor, whatever or whomever that happens to be.
It’s brief, but alarmingly painful. One of many reasons not to go flying during a lightning storm.

*vaguely wondering how many times Starscream has shocked himself and blamed it on someone else*

Never.
I have, however, used static discharge as a weapon. I would never go flying in an electrical storm on purpose - not because it’s beyond my skills of course, but because discharging static electricity is an incredibly painful nuisance.
Sadly, it can’t always be avoided. Not once but twice I participated in battles on Cybertron that happened to coincide with electrical storms. I found enemy ground-pounders to serve as magnificent grounds for dispelling such charges. Of course the act was equally painful for the both of us, but only one of us was ever expecting it.
Quite the feat, if I do say so myself.

Guys.
You guys.
I can feel him basking in pride over the internet.
That is the level of his preening.

IT IS RATHER IMPRESSIVE, AND THERE IS REMARKABLE SHRIEKING BY STARSCREAM DURING SUCH EVENTS.

Well, that’s hardly surprising. It must hurt, after all. 
Impressive to be able to take that much pain and still keep proper aim and flight path, I think.

I WAS REFERRING TO THE ACTUAL QUALITY OF THE SHRIEKING. IT WOULD BE COMPARABLE TO THE SOUNDS ONE OF YOUR EARTH FELINES WOULD MAKE IF SOMEONE HAD TIED A BALLOON TO IT’S TAIL.

cruelfeline:

askscienclops:

cruelfeline:

seekerincommand:

cruelfeline:

highglossfinish:

It happens chiefly among fliers who fly during lightning storms. Out in the open air, free from anything that might ground them, it’s easy to build up an impressive static electric charge. Upon landing, said charge makes the leap into the nearest conductor, whatever or whomever that happens to be.

It’s brief, but alarmingly painful. One of many reasons not to go flying during a lightning storm.

*vaguely wondering how many times Starscream has shocked himself and blamed it on someone else*

Never.

I have, however, used static discharge as a weapon. I would never go flying in an electrical storm on purpose - not because it’s beyond my skills of course, but because discharging static electricity is an incredibly painful nuisance.

Sadly, it can’t always be avoided. Not once but twice I participated in battles on Cybertron that happened to coincide with electrical storms. I found enemy ground-pounders to serve as magnificent grounds for dispelling such charges. Of course the act was equally painful for the both of us, but only one of us was ever expecting it.

Quite the feat, if I do say so myself.

Guys.

You guys.

I can feel him basking in pride over the internet.

That is the level of his preening.

IT IS RATHER IMPRESSIVE, AND THERE IS REMARKABLE SHRIEKING BY STARSCREAM DURING SUCH EVENTS.

Well, that’s hardly surprising. It must hurt, after all. 

Impressive to be able to take that much pain and still keep proper aim and flight path, I think.

I WAS REFERRING TO THE ACTUAL QUALITY OF THE SHRIEKING. IT WOULD BE COMPARABLE TO THE SOUNDS ONE OF YOUR EARTH FELINES WOULD MAKE IF SOMEONE HAD TIED A BALLOON TO IT’S TAIL.

Source: highglossfinish

11th May 2013

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cruelfeline:

seekerincommand:

cruelfeline:

highglossfinish:

It happens chiefly among fliers who fly during lightning storms. Out in the open air, free from anything that might ground them, it’s easy to build up an impressive static electric charge. Upon landing, said charge makes the leap into the nearest conductor, whatever or whomever that happens to be.
It’s brief, but alarmingly painful. One of many reasons not to go flying during a lightning storm.

*vaguely wondering how many times Starscream has shocked himself and blamed it on someone else*

Never.
I have, however, used static discharge as a weapon. I would never go flying in an electrical storm on purpose - not because it’s beyond my skills of course, but because discharging static electricity is an incredibly painful nuisance.
Sadly, it can’t always be avoided. Not once but twice I participated in battles on Cybertron that happened to coincide with electrical storms. I found enemy ground-pounders to serve as magnificent grounds for dispelling such charges. Of course the act was equally painful for the both of us, but only one of us was ever expecting it.
Quite the feat, if I do say so myself.

Guys.
You guys.
I can feel him basking in pride over the internet.
That is the level of his preening.

IT IS RATHER IMPRESSIVE, AND THERE IS REMARKABLE SHRIEKING BY STARSCREAM DURING SUCH EVENTS.

cruelfeline:

seekerincommand:

cruelfeline:

highglossfinish:

It happens chiefly among fliers who fly during lightning storms. Out in the open air, free from anything that might ground them, it’s easy to build up an impressive static electric charge. Upon landing, said charge makes the leap into the nearest conductor, whatever or whomever that happens to be.

It’s brief, but alarmingly painful. One of many reasons not to go flying during a lightning storm.

*vaguely wondering how many times Starscream has shocked himself and blamed it on someone else*

Never.

I have, however, used static discharge as a weapon. I would never go flying in an electrical storm on purpose - not because it’s beyond my skills of course, but because discharging static electricity is an incredibly painful nuisance.

Sadly, it can’t always be avoided. Not once but twice I participated in battles on Cybertron that happened to coincide with electrical storms. I found enemy ground-pounders to serve as magnificent grounds for dispelling such charges. Of course the act was equally painful for the both of us, but only one of us was ever expecting it.

Quite the feat, if I do say so myself.

Guys.

You guys.

I can feel him basking in pride over the internet.

That is the level of his preening.

IT IS RATHER IMPRESSIVE, AND THERE IS REMARKABLE SHRIEKING BY STARSCREAM DURING SUCH EVENTS.

Source: highglossfinish

8th May 2013

Photo reblogged from Because I Can with 28 notes

cruelfeline:


seekerincommand:


…
Tell me what’s in it.
If I was right and it’s been sedatives all this time…


Ha! Nah, no outright sedatives. 
Depends on the tea, really. Various extracts and the like. Nothing detrimental; promise.


FROM WHAT I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO DETERMINE REGARDING THE FELINE-HUMAN’S “TEA”, IT SIMPLY CONTAINS LARGE AMOUNTS OF A RELAXANT. THE OTHER INGREDIANTS ARE INSIGNIFICANT, AND APPEAR TO MERELY BE FLAVOR EFFECTS.

cruelfeline:

seekerincommand:

Tell me what’s in it.

If I was right and it’s been sedatives all this time…

Ha! Nah, no outright sedatives. 

Depends on the tea, really. Various extracts and the like. Nothing detrimental; promise.

FROM WHAT I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO DETERMINE REGARDING THE FELINE-HUMAN’S “TEA”, IT SIMPLY CONTAINS LARGE AMOUNTS OF A RELAXANT. THE OTHER INGREDIANTS ARE INSIGNIFICANT, AND APPEAR TO MERELY BE FLAVOR EFFECTS.

Source: seekerincommand

7th May 2013

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draqua:

raikoh14:

Putting this here ‘cause I think it’s one the funniest commercials I’ve ever seen on the Hub.

Oh wow…

image

PREPOSTEROUS.

Source: raikoh14

7th May 2013

Question with 4 notes

themerrymagicianjazzy asked: Milady is what I call Megatron. I call almost every Megatron I meet 'Milady'.

IT WOULD APPEAR THAT YOU LACK THE INSTINCT FOR SELF-PRESERVATION.