Not all contemporary hunters and gatherers live in sparse environments. The Pygmies of the central African rain forest live in a Garden of Eden that is abundant in plant and animal life. Today most of these short forest people have been absorbed by the agricultural villages of the Bantus who have infiltrated the forest. Some hunters and gatherers remain, however, in the less-accessible areas of the tropical rain forest. One of these groups, the Mbuti Pygmies, is revealed in an engaging anthropological study by Colin Turnbull called The Forest People.

Wheeljack is one of the roughest Autobots around. As one of the last surviving Wreckers , he's seen plenty of action, and he's got the snarky one-liners to prove it. If there's anything he likes more than slicing up Decepticons with his swords or inventing new gadgets to blow up Decepticons in different ways, it's hanging with his old buddy, Bulkhead (who calls him Jackie ).

Wheeljack doubts Optimus Prime 's leadership capabilities, believing he's more of a stuffy old figurehead than a warrior. Wheeljack also chafes under too much supervision, which immediately puts him and the authoritarian Ultra Magnus at odds. That's why he usually takes off shortly after he's arrived. He'd rather be on his own.

Wheeljack emerged from the Well of All Sparks sometime during or before the Age of Origins . As civilization began to rise on Cybertron, many pockets of settlement were less developed or protected than others. Wheeljack, his buddy Bulkhead , and several others organized themselves as the Wreckers , freelance peacekeeping agents helping to protect the peaceful settlements from bandits, gangs, and other marauders.

Shockwave was a member of the scientist caste in the industrial city of Kaon . In a reversal of the usual order, he was swayed by the ambitions of the former mining caste member turned gladiator Megatron . Serving as Megatron's "pet mad scientist" and second-in-command , he saw to the fighter's armament during his rise to prominence, all the while fantasizing on the prospect of mass producing such warriors. Thankfully, Megatron's more practical nature reined in Shockwave as the movement which became the Decepticons finally moved out of the shadows.

Shockwave emerged from the Well of All Sparks sometime during or prior to the Age of Wrath . Shockwave was among the earliest rebels to oppose their Quintesson "masters", and he rejected both the invaders and their puppet government. Shockwave's genius led him to be the first Cybertronian able to translate the Quintesson language.

Even after the fall of the Quintessons, Shockwave remained on the outskirts of Cybertronian civilization, never taking any official position with the government or its council, despite his brilliance. He eventually became a member of Megatron 's Decepticons as war broke out against the Autobots. After the Ark departed, Megatron left Shockwave behind to oversee Cybertron in his stead.

Not all contemporary hunters and gatherers live in sparse environments. The Pygmies of the central African rain forest live in a Garden of Eden that is abundant in plant and animal life. Today most of these short forest people have been absorbed by the agricultural villages of the Bantus who have infiltrated the forest. Some hunters and gatherers remain, however, in the less-accessible areas of the tropical rain forest. One of these groups, the Mbuti Pygmies, is revealed in an engaging anthropological study by Colin Turnbull called The Forest People.

Wheeljack is one of the roughest Autobots around. As one of the last surviving Wreckers , he's seen plenty of action, and he's got the snarky one-liners to prove it. If there's anything he likes more than slicing up Decepticons with his swords or inventing new gadgets to blow up Decepticons in different ways, it's hanging with his old buddy, Bulkhead (who calls him Jackie ).

Wheeljack doubts Optimus Prime 's leadership capabilities, believing he's more of a stuffy old figurehead than a warrior. Wheeljack also chafes under too much supervision, which immediately puts him and the authoritarian Ultra Magnus at odds. That's why he usually takes off shortly after he's arrived. He'd rather be on his own.

Wheeljack emerged from the Well of All Sparks sometime during or before the Age of Origins . As civilization began to rise on Cybertron, many pockets of settlement were less developed or protected than others. Wheeljack, his buddy Bulkhead , and several others organized themselves as the Wreckers , freelance peacekeeping agents helping to protect the peaceful settlements from bandits, gangs, and other marauders.

Shockwave was a member of the scientist caste in the industrial city of Kaon . In a reversal of the usual order, he was swayed by the ambitions of the former mining caste member turned gladiator Megatron . Serving as Megatron's "pet mad scientist" and second-in-command , he saw to the fighter's armament during his rise to prominence, all the while fantasizing on the prospect of mass producing such warriors. Thankfully, Megatron's more practical nature reined in Shockwave as the movement which became the Decepticons finally moved out of the shadows.

Shockwave emerged from the Well of All Sparks sometime during or prior to the Age of Wrath . Shockwave was among the earliest rebels to oppose their Quintesson "masters", and he rejected both the invaders and their puppet government. Shockwave's genius led him to be the first Cybertronian able to translate the Quintesson language.

Even after the fall of the Quintessons, Shockwave remained on the outskirts of Cybertronian civilization, never taking any official position with the government or its council, despite his brilliance. He eventually became a member of Megatron 's Decepticons as war broke out against the Autobots. After the Ark departed, Megatron left Shockwave behind to oversee Cybertron in his stead.

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Not all contemporary hunters and gatherers live in sparse environments. The Pygmies of the central African rain forest live in a Garden of Eden that is abundant in plant and animal life. Today most of these short forest people have been absorbed by the agricultural villages of the Bantus who have infiltrated the forest. Some hunters and gatherers remain, however, in the less-accessible areas of the tropical rain forest. One of these groups, the Mbuti Pygmies, is revealed in an engaging anthropological study by Colin Turnbull called The Forest People.

Wheeljack is one of the roughest Autobots around. As one of the last surviving Wreckers , he's seen plenty of action, and he's got the snarky one-liners to prove it. If there's anything he likes more than slicing up Decepticons with his swords or inventing new gadgets to blow up Decepticons in different ways, it's hanging with his old buddy, Bulkhead (who calls him Jackie ).

Wheeljack doubts Optimus Prime 's leadership capabilities, believing he's more of a stuffy old figurehead than a warrior. Wheeljack also chafes under too much supervision, which immediately puts him and the authoritarian Ultra Magnus at odds. That's why he usually takes off shortly after he's arrived. He'd rather be on his own.

Wheeljack emerged from the Well of All Sparks sometime during or before the Age of Origins . As civilization began to rise on Cybertron, many pockets of settlement were less developed or protected than others. Wheeljack, his buddy Bulkhead , and several others organized themselves as the Wreckers , freelance peacekeeping agents helping to protect the peaceful settlements from bandits, gangs, and other marauders.

Not all contemporary hunters and gatherers live in sparse environments. The Pygmies of the central African rain forest live in a Garden of Eden that is abundant in plant and animal life. Today most of these short forest people have been absorbed by the agricultural villages of the Bantus who have infiltrated the forest. Some hunters and gatherers remain, however, in the less-accessible areas of the tropical rain forest. One of these groups, the Mbuti Pygmies, is revealed in an engaging anthropological study by Colin Turnbull called The Forest People.

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