[S1E1] Legacy Day
Megatron mocks the "disarmed" Starscream and offers empathy to the war-weary Wheeljack, claiming that he too wants the war to end. Wheeljack resists his attempt to recruit him to the Decepticon cause. Megatron then chastises Bumblebee for remaining neutral and orders that the two be executed just as Optimus Prime arrives. The two leaders argue, with Megatron claiming the war will end as soon as Prime signs a treaty. Prime rebuts that the treaty will enslave all of Cybertron. They discuss their shared legacy from Alpha Trion and lament how far they've strayed from his teachings. At an impasse, they begin to fight, with Megatron quickly gaining the upper hand. As Megatron prepares to deal the deathblow, Elita-1 ambushes him from above, sending the Decepticons into disarray. Prime orders Elita to detonate hidden explosives around the Decepticons, covering the Autobots' (and Bumblebee's) retreat.
[S1E1] Legacy Day
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