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  • I think this episode does a good job setting things up for the storyline that will play out in the next three episodes

    • by GenesisOne

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      Beast Wars - The Agenda, Part 1 is part one in a four part story. This episode features a former Decepticon turned Predicon, Ravage, being sent to capture Megatron and bring him back to Cybertron to be held accountable for his criminal actions.

      The Maximals had been expecting a Maximal ship because Rhinox had calculated that the transwrap explosion, caused by the alien device has been traveling into the future and Cybertron will soon detect it.

      In space, a Predicon outpost

      detects the approaching wave first and arranges to ensure that Cybertron will not detect it.

      This all makes no sense, really, yet the episode uses it as a plot device to bring Ravage into the picture and advance the storyline into the next season.

      Ravage arrives and visits with the Maximals and explains to them his intent and they orchestrate a plan to take down the Predicons once and for all and bring them to justice.

      This episode offers two very ...

      • well handled and exciting battles as well as reveals some things about Tarantulas.

        There are some plot twists, some that really are out of the blue, like Tarantulas revealing he is really a secret operative working for someone.

        I suppose considering Tarantulas’ past treacherous behavior, maybe it is not so unexpected.

        I think this episode does a good job setting things up for the storyline that will play out in the next three episodes.

        This episode most certainly entertains too as

        it features superb camera angles, music and acting as the Maximal base and then the Predicon base is attacked.

        I still feel that Rhinox’s explanation of how Cybertron is going to know where they are is very weak and not plausible as is the transwarp explosion advancing into the future and I wish that the writers would have come up with a better way to craft this storyline.

        Still, I look forward to this episode when I do decide to watch it.

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