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Old 7th May 2017, 02:06 PM
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Default Daily Transformers Trivia

Every day I will post at least one TF trivia question. Unlike the existing TF trivia thread, this one is just for fun. No points, no prizes (I might revisit the old thread if people want to play more competitively for prizes ).

Today's question:
What word did Unicron once use to describe how Cybertron tasted?

Answer will be posted around midnight.
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Old 7th May 2017, 03:52 PM
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You mean in the Marvel Comics? I think he said "Tasty" - Er, no wait, that was Brainstorm. I don't know, I'm defeated.
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Old 8th May 2017, 11:39 AM
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My computer broke down last night - hence no midnight answer reveal. But the answer is succulent.

Today's Q:
True or false - Titans Return Chase is called Roadburn due to trademark issues with the name Chase.
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I'm more inclined to say - False.

Because there's a character named Chase in RescueBots who turns into a police car. So I don't think trademark issues was the cause of renaming the character as Roadburn.
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You are correct!

New question: Which G1 Throttlebot did not have his rubsign indent removed when reissued in the early 90s?
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You are correct!

New question: Which G1 Throttlebot did not have his rubsign indent removed when reissued in the early 90s?
Wideload. I got that Wideload during a trip to Adelaide, and it had a rub symbol.
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