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  • I like this episode to an extent because it features some impressive CGI renders and some excellent aerial combat scenes
  • The climax of the episode is certainly exciting and there are some comical scenes between Optimus and Rattrap, and the two I think become a little closer as a result of the events in this episode
  • I found the ending to be comical and I have to wonder though why Megatron allowed Terrorsaur to remain operational when he got rid of Dinobot in the series premier for challenging him for leadership

    • by GenesisOne
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      Beast Wars - Power Surge is an episode that focuses on Terrorsaur and his underhanded and ambitious personality that was hinted at in “Equal Measures”. In this episode, he comes across a power source that magnifies and intensifies his power immensely.

      Rather than report the find to Megatron, he challenges the Predicon commander and, after a relatively short battle, Terrorsaur literally tears Megatron


      apart.

      It turns out though that this power source only provides a temporary increase in power.

      Terrorsaur must return to the source of the power in order to take down the Maximals and assume total control over his Predicon forces.

      The Maximals get wind of this, and along with a very curious Tarantulas, pursue Terrorsaur.

      I like this episode to an extent because ...


      • it features some impressive CGI renders and some excellent aerial combat scenes.

        The climax of the episode is certainly exciting and there are some comical scenes between Optimus and Rattrap, and the two I think become a little closer as a result of the events in this episode.

        Tarantulas’ role in the episode is fairly minor and he does not get a chance

        to do too much.

        I found the ending to be comical and I have to wonder though why Megatron allowed Terrorsaur to remain operational when he got rid of Dinobot in the series premier for challenging him for leadership.

        That question aside, this episode is certainly an enjoyable one - it simply just is not as memorable though as some of the show’s other episodes.




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