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    • by GenesisOne

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      Beast Wars - Dark Voyage is a very enjoyable episode that is quite unlike any other episode in the series. In this episode, four of the Maximals are blinded after a Predicon attack strikes a cache of energon.

      The blinded Maximals must then attempt to make their way back to the base.

      Along the way, they face natural dangers as well as Predicon

      attacks and the four must learn how to survive without being able to see at all.

      This episode is wonderfully acted and I applaud the effort put in by the voice actors as they do an excellent job conveying fear and anxiety, as well as calmness and a cool head through Rhinox.

      Plus, for the first time ever in the series and the ...

      • last time too, the planet’s biological beings, such as a snake, pose a threat to the Transformers.

        There are many obstacles and threats that they must overcome, and it makes for an episode that is quite enjoyable as it brings out the different personalities of Rhinox, Cheetor, Dinobot and Rattrap very well.

        I also think that the CGI animators and those responsible for

        this episode’s music did quite a superb job in presenting the jungle and barren landscapes and conveying the sense of threat and fear through the music.

        I particularly like how the Maximals learn to overcome their temporary blindness and repel another Predicon attack, with the help of Rhinox, who was also blinded.

        Overall, a great episode and huge improvement over the previous episode, “Call of the Wild”.

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