Cybertron

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Cybertron is a fictional planet, the homeworld of the Transformers in the various fictional incarnations of the metaseries and toyline by Hasbro.wikipedia
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Shockwave (Transformers)

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After Autobot leader Optimus Prime and Decepticon leader Megatron journeyed to Earth, crash landing four million years ago and entering emergency stasis lock, Shockwave keeps the planet in stalemate until Megatron awakens in 1984.
Unlike most early Transformers, Shockwave was not modified into an Earthly form, and retains his Cybertron alternate mode—a 35-foot-long ray gun.

Unicron

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Whether Iacon survives Unicron's attack in "On the Edge of Extinction" (UK #319 to #322, US #75) is not made explicit.
The Primus planet becomes the mechanical world of Cybertron.

Primus (Transformers)

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When Unicron awoke, his task began again, as he consumed world after world, until the sentient core of the universe responded by creating a guardian to battle Unicron – the Lord of the Light, Primus.
The Lord of the Light, Primus is the being who created the Primes to help it defeat Unicron, and the Transformers homeworld Cybertron.

Grimlock

When the ensuing battle resulted in the malfunction of a teleportation portal, Grimlock, Bumblebee and Jazz found themselves at the core of Cybertron, bearing witness to the visage of Primus, and learned of his legend from the ancient "Keeper".
The original character profiles written by Bob Budiansky and Dan Bobro indicate that Grimlock and the Dinobots were intended to come from Cybertron to Earth like most of the other Transformers.

Galvatron

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As Unicron bore down on the planet, he sent an agent, Galvatron, ahead to sow terror in his name.
He is usually the recreated form of Megatron, the Decepticon leader; however, it has been used for separate and unrelated characters, most notably the main villain of the anime series Beast Wars II (who was not a former Megatron, but instead an unrelated Predacon), and the character from the more recent IDW Publishing G1 series (in which he was an ancient Cybertronian from the Dead Universe).

Jetfire

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Cybertron is orbited by at least two unnamed moons, but its own place in the cosmos appears unfixed – in 1984, it was clearly shown to exist outside of the Milky Way galaxy; however, nine million years prior, Starscream and Skyfire had been able to fly from the planet to Earth under their own power, suggesting that it may drift freely through space, and had been passing through the Solar system at that point, going on to drift out of the galaxy over the ensuing millennia.
On Cybertron before the war between the Autobots and Decepticons, Skyfire was a scientist and explorer working with Starscream.

Starscream

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Cybertron is orbited by at least two unnamed moons, but its own place in the cosmos appears unfixed – in 1984, it was clearly shown to exist outside of the Milky Way galaxy; however, nine million years prior, Starscream and Skyfire had been able to fly from the planet to Earth under their own power, suggesting that it may drift freely through space, and had been passing through the Solar system at that point, going on to drift out of the galaxy over the ensuing millennia.
Starscream was formerly a scientist and explorer, working with the future Autobot Skyfire, during the Golden Age of Cybertron, shortly before the Autobot/Decepticon war re-erupted.

Autobot

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Knowing nothing of their true origins or the destiny they were to fulfill, the Transformers eventually splintered into two factions – the politically dissident Decepticons, who waged war on the peaceful Autobots.
Autobots are a team of sentient mechanical self-configuring modular robotic lifeforms from the planet Cybertron led by Optimus Prime, and the main protagonists in the universe of the Transformers, a collection of various toys, cartoons, movies, graphic novels, and paperback books first introduced in 1984.

Matrix of Leadership

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Instead, he gave birth to a race of beings called Transformers, possessed of transforming powers like Unicron's, and he bestowed upon them the Creation Matrix, a genetic Matrix that contained his essence, as capable of creating life as Unicron was of destroying it.
That darkest hour soon came upon Cybertron in the form of the world-eater, Unicron, who knew that the Matrix's power was the one thing that could destroy him.

Transformers: The War Within

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The Guide, first published in 2004, drew on both the Marvel comic continuity and the then recent depictions of Cybertron and Iacon from the Dreamwave Transformers: The War Within comic book series.
The series focuses on the Transformers' past on Cybertron before they came to Earth.

The Transformers: The Movie

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Cybertron's moons did not appear until the animated feature The Transformers: The Movie, and no explanation for their existence was given.
After the death of Optimus Prime during a devastating assault on Autobot City, the remaining Autobots are pursued by Galvatron, the regenerated form of Megatron and servant of Unicron, a planet-devouring Transformer who sets out to consume Cybertron.

Jazz (Transformers)

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When the ensuing battle resulted in the malfunction of a teleportation portal, Grimlock, Bumblebee and Jazz found themselves at the core of Cybertron, bearing witness to the visage of Primus, and learned of his legend from the ancient "Keeper".
Optimus then ordered a planet-wide evacuation of Cybertron (Transformers: The War Within #1).

The Transformers (Marvel Comics)

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When the ensuing battle resulted in the malfunction of a teleportation portal, Grimlock, Bumblebee and Jazz found themselves at the core of Cybertron, bearing witness to the visage of Primus, and learned of his legend from the ancient "Keeper". In the Target: 2006 storyline (UK #66 to #88), Iacon is revealed to have been conquered by the Decepticons and its dome is a broken shell.
Issues #17 and #18 feature a two-parter that takes the reader back to Cybertron.

Optimus Prime

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After Autobot leader Optimus Prime and Decepticon leader Megatron journeyed to Earth, crash landing four million years ago and entering emergency stasis lock, Shockwave keeps the planet in stalemate until Megatron awakens in 1984.
He is a Cybertronian, an extraterrestrial species of sentient self-configuring modular robotic lifeforms (e.g.: cars and other objects), a synergistic blend of biological evolution and technological engineering.

Transformers (comics)

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They continued to multiply beyond the intended limits of their race, diluting their essences until all that remained were single minded killers arrogant in their own supposed superiority - and The Swarm, a dark, destructive byproduct of the reproduction which ventured into space and destroyed other worlds and races, just as these "second generation" Cybertronians left Cybertron under the command of Jhiaxus, and began colonising other planets.
The plot of this series focuses on Cybertronian Autobot Fortress Maximus, who despite his success as a military commander, longs to find peace by leaving Cybertron's civil war altogether.

Megatron

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After Autobot leader Optimus Prime and Decepticon leader Megatron journeyed to Earth, crash landing four million years ago and entering emergency stasis lock, Shockwave keeps the planet in stalemate until Megatron awakens in 1984. The city itself is protected by a great dome, and is the last Autobot outpost to hold out against Megatron's advancing army of Decepticons.
The original Megatron was the leader and warlord of the Decepticons, a fictional faction of sentient self-configuring modular extraterrestrial robotic lifeforms from the planet Cybertron.

Scorponok

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However, the Decepticon Headmaster leader, Zarak feared the power that Galvatron would gain from the alloy.
Scorponok emerged in the midst of a battle between the Autobots and Decepticons, capturing Arcee, who was currently holding the key to the Plasma Energy Chamber, and departing for Cybertron with the Decepticons on board.

Blaster (Transformers)

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In a confrontation with Blaster aboard the bridge, Straxus's body was destroyed, leaving him a severed head, which in turn forced him to attempt the mental possession of Megatron's body.
With the help of Perceptor, the Autobots and Daniel are returned to Cybertron.

Transformers: Cybertron

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It also depicted Cybertron in a fully realized "robot mode" as Primus, something never even hinted as a possibility before in the original toyline or comics by Marvel, but which became a reality in Transformers: Cybertron, which was the first television series to not only depict Cybertron as having the same transforming capability as Unicron, but also showing it occurring within the show.
When the destruction of Unicron results in the formation of a massive black hole, the planet Cybertron, home world of the Transformers, is threatened, and its population is evacuated to Earth, taking the forms of local vehicles and machinery to hide from humanity.

Transformers: The Covenant of Primus

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Cybertron's robot mode, Primus was never seen or mentioned in the original U.S. Transformers television series, the writers of Beast Wars included Primus to the television mythos with mention of Primus by the Transformers in that series, and the creation of the Covenant of Primus in the series finale.
The book is written from the perspective of the character Alpha Trion, and details the in-universe history of the planet Cybertron and its inhabitants, beginning with the Thirteen Primes.

List of Transformers: Animated characters

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While everyone had abandoned Cybertron, the twin Autobot Skids and Mudflap hung out there for a while, and Starscream began organising an army there in secret.
It is based on the Transformers toy and entertainment franchise created by Hasbro, about a race of giant, sentient robots that come from the fictional planet Cybertron and are able to change their appearance into cars, planes and other machinery.

Spark (Transformers)

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Their technology is living, a combination between nature and engineering, and all of it is inextricably linked to their "Spark".
The facility on Cybertron, which produces Maximal protoforms, was named after the aforementioned Matrix, and was analogous to human's Heaven.

Skids (Transformers)

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While everyone had abandoned Cybertron, the twin Autobot Skids and Mudflap hung out there for a while, and Starscream began organising an army there in secret.
Four million years ago, Skids was one of five Autobots who agreed to have their sparks transferred to crystal storage in case the Autobots needed extra troops during the mission of clearing a path for Cybertron through an asteroid belt.

Transformers

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Cybertron is a fictional planet, the homeworld of the Transformers in the various fictional incarnations of the metaseries and toyline by Hasbro.
Marvel interpreted the Autobots as destroying a rogue asteroid approaching Cybertron.

List of Transformers television series

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Many Transformers were forced to depart for Earth while the Autobots search for the Cyber Planet Keys to save their world.
After the Federal Communications Commission did away with regulations that prohibited toy companies from broadcasting cartoons based on their products in 1985, The Transformers began with a three-episode miniseries that introduced audiences to Optimus Prime, Megatron and their armies, as they travelled from the metal world of Cybertron to Earth in search of new sources of energy.