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Encyclopedia > Primus (Transformers)
Transformers character

Primus as depicted in IDW Comics.
Primus
Affiliation None/Autobot
Function Lord of Light
Alternate Modes Planet
Futuristic Truck
(Japan exclusive prize item)
Series Transformers: Generation 1
Transformers: Cybertron
Voiced by Ron Halder (Energon)
Michael Donovan (Cybertron)
Tesshō Genda (Galaxy Force)


Primus is the "benevolent" godlike entity in the fictional Transformers comic universe who fought against the Chaos-Bringer Unicron. The Lord of the Light, Primus is the being who created the Transformers to help him defeat Unicron. Transformers are fictional alien robots and the titular characters of a popular[1] Hasbro toy line and its spin-offs. ... Image File history File links Primus. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Ron Halder is a voice actor. ... Michael David Donovan is a voice actor for many TV shows and anime. ... // Tesshō Genda Tesshō Genda ) is a seiyū, or voice actor who was born in Okayama Prefecture, Japan on May 20, 1948. ... Various Transformers toys. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

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Marvel Comics

Primus in his original energy form

The first clash between Unicron and Primus came when his brother Unicron succeeded in his goal of consuming the universe. As he slumbered in the void it was revealed that he hadn't been thorough enough — tiny fragments of the universe remained, and reacted with each other, leading to the creation of the current universe. The universe grew around Unicron, and when he awoke, he did not question it, merely began to consume it again. The sapient core of the universe responded by creating a guardian to battle Unicron—and this was Primus. The infant universe shook and quaked from the ferocity of their battles, and Primus was eventually forced into a desperate gamble. He shifted the battle to the astral plane, where he fared no better, and then returned them to the physical universe—but instead of allowing them to materialize in their energy forms, he entrapped both Unicron and himself in two metallic asteroids. Image File history File links Primus in his original energy form, as rendered by Jeff Anderson and published by Marvel Comics UK. This work is copyrighted. ... Image File history File links Primus in his original energy form, as rendered by Jeff Anderson and published by Marvel Comics UK. This work is copyrighted. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The astral plane, also called the astral world or desire world, is a plane of existence according to esoteric philosophies, some religious teachings and New Age thought. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

Primus at the heart of Cybertron

Unicron would not be stopped, psionically shaping his asteroid into a massive metal world, and then into a gargantuan robot. Primus, however, elected to create a race of guardians to defend the universe against Unicron, transforming his own asteroid into a metal world - Cybertron, and on that world, he gave birth to the Transformers, bestowing the race with his distilled genetic Matrix. So Primus slumbered, shutting himself down to hide the world from Unicron, until the time came. Image File history File links Primus at the heart of Cybertron, as rendered by Jose Delbo and published by Marvel Comics. ... Image File history File links Primus at the heart of Cybertron, as rendered by Jose Delbo and published by Marvel Comics. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Cybertron from the original cartoon series Cybertron is the home world of the Autobots and Decepticons in the assorted stories in the fictional Transformers universes. ... Various Transformers toys. ... The Autobot Matrix of Leadership (or Creation Matrix) in the fictional Transformers universes, is a talisman of legend, passed down from Autobot leader to Autobot leader. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


The time came in 1991, when Primus was briefly awakened by a stray laser blast in the middle of a battle at the planet's core. He screamed once, before falling back to sleep, but the scream echoed across existence, reaching Unicron's ears. Unicron headed for Cybertron, sending his herald, Galvatron ahead of him, but Galvatron proved treacherous, and awakened Primus, who possessed the body of Emirate Xaaron and brought all the Transformers to Cybertron before Unicron destroyed him. Subsequently, Optimus Prime used the Matrix to destroy Unicron. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Galvatron is the name of several fictional Transformers, most often the recreated version of Megatron, the Decepticon Supreme Commander. ... Treacherous (born May 15th, 1982) is a Canadian rapper. ... Emirate Xaaron was a character in the Transformers comic books, created by UK writer, Simon Furman. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This refers to the original character. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Revisions and additions

The above is the story of Primus as related in the United States in Marvel Comics, but the story was originally told in British comics, where there was also a mention of Primus and Unicron having armies, something that was retroactively removed from the story and has not been touched upon since. This article is about the comic book company. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Original Thirteen Transformers

As detailed in the comics released exclusively through the Transformers convention, BotCon, before going on to create the Transformer race, Primus experimented with a group of twelve robots known as the Covenant. Based on the zodiac, these twelve robots were: Leonicus (leader of the group), Aries, Piscor, Libras, Scorpius, Aquator, Taurotron, Cancix, Geminator, Sagittarii, Virgol and Capricurn. Display cases for upcoming Transformers at BotCon 2006 BotCon, briefly known as The Official Transformers Collectors Convention (or OTFCC), is an annual convention for Transformers fans and collectors. ... The term zodiac denotes an annual cycle of twelve stations along the ecliptic, the apparent path of the sun across the heavens through the constellations that divide the ecliptic into twelve equal zones of celestial longitude. ...


When Dreamwave Productions held the license to produce Transformers comics, the concept of the Covenant inspired the idea that, when he began to create the Transformer race, Primus began with a group of thirteen Transformers. The subsequent expansion of the Primus/Unicron creation myth to apply to the entirety of the multiverse means that this is the basic, communal origin for Cyberton and the Transfomrers across all continuities. Like Primus and Unicron, it is possible that each of the Thirteen may be multiversal singularities - one entity existing simultaneously throughout reality. Dreamwave Productions is a Canadian art design studio and comic book publisher, best known for their multiple Transformers comic book series. ...


Not all thirteen have been identified - the only Transformers explicitly named as part of the group are Primon, the very first Transformer, Prima, Vector Prime, who became the guardian of the fabric of space and time, and The Fallen, overseer of entropy, who ultimately betrayed his twelve brothers and sided with Unicron. The BotCon 1999 story states a being named Primon as the first to hold the Matrix, and Prima the second. ... Prima can mean a few things: PRIMA: an acronymn representing Place of the Relevant Intermediary Approach, a legal doctrine applied in cross-border security transactions. ... Vector Prime Vector Prime is a fictional character in the Transformers: Cybertron television series. ... The Fallen may refer to: The Fallen / L. Wells, songs by the Scottish alternative rock band Franz Ferdinand. ...


Hinted members of the Thirteen include the Leige Maximo (identified as one of the 13 in the unofficial convention story, "Alignment," but not in any canon material), the Last Autobot (claimed to have existed since the planet's creation), Maccadam (a bartender on Cybertron popularly rumored among Transformers to be one of the 13). Numerous other ancient Transformers exist, such as Alpha Trion and Boltax, but none are considered to be among the ranks of the Thirteen. Cybertron Skyfall is also suggested to be extremely old, but not one of the Thirteen. Timeline Breakaway was said to have been stationed to guard an energon "pool" by Primus himself, but is not actaully said to have been one the Thirteen. Both characters were featured in the comics published by Fun Publications Last Autobot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Alpha Trion circa 1985 Alpha Trion circa 9m BC A3 circa 11m BC Alpha Trion is a fictional character in the Transformers animated series. ... Boltax is a fictional character in Marvels original Transformers comics. ... Skyfall is the name of several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... Breakaway is the name of a fictional character in the various Transformers universes. ...


Beast Wars

Although Primus was never 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. Also throughout the series, the characters makes reference to him like humans do with God. Examples: This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Covenant of Primus is both an artifact and a group of individuals the Transformers universe. ... This article discusses the term God in the context of monotheism and henotheism. ...

  • "By Primus, NO!"
  • "Primus help us all..."
  • "By the code of Primus."

Transformers: Universe

Alpha Trion consults Primus about the abductions of War Within Grimlock, Tap-Out, Brawn and Armada Megatron. Image File history File links Primus-universe. ... Image File history File links Primus-universe. ... Alpha Trion circa 1985 Alpha Trion circa 9m BC A3 circa 11m BC Alpha Trion is a fictional character in the Transformers animated series. ... Grimlock is the name of three fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... Tapping out is the movement of tapping your hand on mat for 3 or more times signaling that you give up. ... Brawn is not to be confused with X-Brawn, a very similar character from Transformers: Robots in Disguise. ... Megatron is a fictional character and the leader of the evil Decepticons in the universe of the Transformers Unicron Trilogy, comprising Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron. ...


The expanded fiction of the Botcon and OTFCC comic books suggest that Primus experimented with a small planet before actually transforming himself into Cybertron. This world, named Protos, was where he created the first 12 Transformers, each of them themed after an animal of the zodiac. Display cases for upcoming Transformers at BotCon 2006 BotCon, briefly known as The Official Transformers Collectors Convention (or OTFCC), is an annual convention for Transformers fans and collectors. ... BotCon is an annual convention for Transformers fans and collectors. ... The term zodiac denotes an annual cycle of twelve stations along the ecliptic, the apparent path of the sun across the heavens through the constellations that divide the ecliptic into twelve equal zones of celestial longitude. ...


Primus appeared with Alpha Trion in the Transformers: Universe comic, bringing back Optimus Primal and guiding him in his battles against Unicron allied Decepticons. Alpha Trion circa 1985 Alpha Trion circa 9m BC A3 circa 11m BC Alpha Trion is a fictional character in the Transformers animated series. ... Optimus Primal (Convoy, later Beast Convoy to differentiate him from the original Convoy, Blackjack in some European markets) is a fictional character from the Transformers toyline, and the leader of the Maximal forces and the main protagonist in the Beast Wars television series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Appearance

While Unicron's original form resembled a humanoid version of himself, Primus' original form resembled a humanoid version of Rodimus Prime. This is likely in reference to (and perhaps in prophecy of) their conflicts throughout the Marvel UK comic series, as well as in Transformers: The Movie. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Rodimus Prime is a fictional character from the Transformers universe. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Transformers: The Movie is a 1986 feature film version of the popular television series Transformers based on the line of toys by Hasbro. ...


Unicron Trilogy

Primus as he appears in Energon

When the Transformers: Armada series came to feature a new incarnation of Unicron, the Fleer series of trading cards included on this Unicron's card a biography that mentioned Primus and told an entirely new story for this universe. Here, Primus and Unicron were brothers, twin heralds created by the Allspark to explore the universe. Unicron was a flawed being, and he eventually turned on his brother when they discovered a region of space rich in Energon. Unicron sought to use it for his own power, and to stop Primus telling the Allspark of this, he apparently slew him, and cast his body into the orbit of a nearby star. Armada's sequel series, Transformers: Energon, went on to feature a character named Primus, who dwelled at the core of Cybertron. Portrayed as an incandescent sphere of light, Primus is given no origin or explanation in the series, beyond apparently being the sentient energy core of Cybertron. Historical precedent would suggest a similar origin to the Marvel Comics, with the abandoned Primus somehow becoming Cybertron. Image File history File links Primus_eng. ... Image File history File links Primus_eng. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Fleer Corporation, founded by Frank H. Fleer in the mid-19th century, was the first company to successfully manufacture bubblegum. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Energon is the primary source of power for the Transformers. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Primus's first noted act in Energon was to imbue the young Chad "Kicker" Jones with the ability to sense Energon (presumably, this was to enable the Autobots to find the mineral, but seems like a very callous and self-serving act, which is in-line with the Marvel incarnation of Primus, but not how the Energon version of the character would go on to act). Subsequently, he bestowed upon the Autobots of this universe the "Spark of Combination", giving them the ability to Powerlink their bodies together for enhanced strength in the face of the attacks by Alpha Q and his Terrorcons. When these battles eventually led to full-scale Decepticon attack upon Cybertron, Primus's chamber was infiltrated by Terrorcons who began to drain his energy. When the Autobots successfully repelled them, Primus reconstructed the injured guard, Wing Dagger, as Wing Saber, who joined the battle, which resulted in a fissure being torn in space, hurling the Autobots far from Cybertron. Kicker and High Wire. ... Transformers Armada In Transformers Armada, when a Mini-Con attached to a larger Transformer, it was via spot called Powerlink Ports, sported on various points on the Transformers, either as just a random point decorativly, or to actually reveal a special item about them, in the case of Red Alert... Alpha Q, along with Scorponok Alpha Q (or Alpha Quintesson) is a fictional character from the Transformers: Energon TV series, comics and toyline. ... The name Terrorcons refers to several different groups in the fictional Transformers toyline. ... Wing Saber is the name of a fictional character in the various Transformers: Universe. ...


In this new region of space, the Decepticons succeeded in restoring and reanimating Unicron. Primus guided Kicker's father, Doctor Brian Jones, to a subterranean temple on Cybertron, where they awoke the legendary Omega Supreme, who Powerlinked with Optimus Prime into "Optimus Supreme" to aid in fighting Unicron. Primus then transmitted the entirety of his energy across the gulf of space, enhancing the armor and power of Hot Shot, Jetfire, Ironhide, Cliffjumper and Landmine, and allowing Optimus Supreme to grow to a colossal height, to battle and best Unicron one-on-one. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Omega Supreme is the name of two fictional characters from the various Transformers universes. ... The Optimus Prime of the fictional Unicron Trilogy, consisting of Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron is the leader of the heroic Autobots and the main protagonist of the trilogy. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Hot Shot is the name of two characters in the Transformers toyline and universes. ... Jetfire is the name of two fictional characters from the Transformers universes. ... Ironhide is the name of several different fictional characters in the Transformers universes. ... Cliffjumper is the name of several characters from the Transformers line of toys. ... Landmine is the name to several fictional characters in the various Transformers universes. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


With Unicron defeated, the Autobots were afforded a brief moment of relaxation, but another Decepticon attack launched upon Cybertron soon shattered that. Having expended his energy, Primus was in "sleep mode", and had to be forcibly awakened by an infusion of Energon from the Omnicons, only to find himself forced to use all his power to once again enhance Optimus Supreme so that he could stop the Decepticon-induced movement of Cybertron. The Omnicons quickly re-energized him with Super Energon from the reservoir beneath the planet's surface, while Optimus Prime struggled with a Unicron-possessed Galvatron. Primus merged himself with the reservoir of Super Energon, creating a foundling sun, into which Galvatron plunged himself, preferring to be destroyed, rather than manipulated by Unicron any further. With this act, the sun ignited, as Primus and Unicron together breathed new life into the stars. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Omnicons are the main sub-group that can manipulate energon in the Transformers: Energon series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Galvatron is the name of several fictional Transformers, most often the recreated version of Megatron, the Decepticon Supreme Commander. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


For an unexplained reason, at the mid-point of the English language version of the Energon series, much of Primus's presence and influence is written out. His lines are given to other characters, usually Rad or Dr. Jones, and he is often referred to as "the core", rather than by name. However, this is never consistent, as he would again eventually speak a line or perform an action, and by the show's final story arc, this strange trait had disappeared.


In Transformers: Cybertron, it is learned that Primus returned to Cybertron after the Energon sun collapsed into a black hole due to Megatron's interference. He was the one who created the Cyber Planet Keys, which awakened him after Optimus Prime absorbed their power to stop Megatron. Using the Mini-Con Jolt as a medium, he revealed the true nature of the black hole that threatens Cybertron and eventually the universe itself as a disruption of the natural order & balance of the universe caused by the collapse of the Energon sun. Unfortunately, Primus grew weak since Starscream stole most of his spark power. He needed all the Cyber Planet Keys in order to return to true consciousness. Even with three Keys, Primus astonished everyone when he suddenly moved his hand and used his weapons. When the Autobots traveled to Gigantion, the Giant Planet, Primus tried to slow down the black hole until they could find the last key. Yet Primus fought against an even larger Starscream. Primus kept the black hole from expanding while the Autobots went looking for Gigantion. When the Omega Lock and Planet Keys reunited with him, he used the Ark's (called Noah in Galaxy Force) main cannon to destroy the black hole. He then turned back into Cybertron. Cybertron from the original cartoon series Cybertron is the home world of the Autobots and Decepticons in the assorted stories in the fictional Transformers universes. ... Cyber Planet Keys A Cyber Planet Key (Planet Force in Galaxy Force) is one of four mystical items that form the crux of Transformers: Cybertrons plot; in order to stop the black hole that is threatening the universe, the Autobots must gather all four. ... The Optimus Prime of the fictional Unicron Trilogy, consisting of Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron is the leader of the heroic Autobots and the main protagonist of the trilogy. ... Megatron is a fictional character and the leader of the evil Decepticons in the universe of the Transformers Unicron Trilogy, comprising Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Cybertron. ... Mini-Cons are a human-sized race and faction of power-enhancing transforming robots in the Transformers: Armada universe and its sequels, one of the assorted universes in Transformers fiction. ... This article or section contains a plot summary that is overly long or excessively detailed compared to the rest of the article. ... The Omega Lock (called the Chip Square in Japan) is a device in the Transformers: Cybertron (called Transformers: Galaxy Force in Japan) cartoon series that, along with the Cyber Planet Keys, is needed to stop the black hole which threatens to consume Cybertron and the entire universe. ... The Ark is an Autobot spacecraft in the fictional Transformers Universe. ...


Primus has been made into a toy for the Cybertron toyline, with pictures of his initial look in both planet and robot mode having shown on various websites and an initial release date of 2006 for the toy itself. Since the toy's announcement, it was strongly hinted that there would be a change made between the American and Japanese figures that "would make fans want to buy both versions". Recently, that change has been made public; in its initial release, the American version of Primus will have a sculpt of a battle-damaged Unicron head[1]. However, despite the inclusion of the Unicron head accessory, the toy had no differences otherwise from the Japanese release. The only part exclusive to the Japanese release was the packaging itself, which was designed to mimic the look and layout of a G1 toy box. When the toy was released, many fans found that their local shipments of Primus did not include the Unicron head, despite being the first received in their area. This led to many fans ordering Primus with Unicron head from Hasbro Toy Shop. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


The Ultimate Guide

Don Figueroa's unused War Within design for Primus

When Dorling Kindersley published Transformers: The Ultimate Guide, the concept of Primus and Unicron as brother heralds created by an extra-dimensional entity, as per the Armada trading card, was again referenced. Additionally, however, the book claimed that there was one, singular Unicron and Primus across all dimensions, retroactively adding these elements to the original Marvel Comic origin. This revised origin concept is now treated as the official take on the character by Hasbro, and has formed the core of the story in the Transformers: Cybertron comic book exclusive to the Transformers Collectors Club. The popularity of the idea is not universal within the Transformers fandom, and it notably flies in the face of the original animated show's version of events, where there was no Primus, and the Transformers were created by the Quintessons. An earlier convention-exclusive comic merged the two storylines in explanation; Primus created the tranformers but then when to sleep, later the Quintessons invaded and conqured the planet and slipt the Cybertrons into two races. Worker/Bulders (Autobots) Warrior/Soldier (Decepticon). This concept has not been adopted by the majority of fans and is often ignored. Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 492 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (1566 × 1906 pixel, file size: 630 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) An image I scanned from the DK Transformers Ultimate Guides article on Primus. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 492 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (1566 × 1906 pixel, file size: 630 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) An image I scanned from the DK Transformers Ultimate Guides article on Primus. ... Dorling Kindersley (DK) is an international publishing company specialising in reference books for adults and children. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Textual & Visual Quintesson Guide Quintesson Judge Inquirata (Quintesson scientist) prosecutor Quintesson Quintesson Guard Quintessons in the fictional Transformer Generation 1 cartoon continuum are cybernetic beings that are responsible for creating the Transformers. ...


The book also features an image of Primus as a transformed, robot-mode Cybertron (originally drawn by Don Figueroa for Dreamwave Productions' War Within comic book series), which received such positive reaction that the idea of a transforming Primus/Cybertron eventually made it into toy form for the Transformers: Cybertron toyline. Dreamwave Productions is a Canadian art design studio and comic book publisher, best known for their multiple Transformers comic book series. ...


Toys of Primus

Only one toy of Primus was ever made, released in the Cybertron toyline as described above. It is actually a triple-changer, transforming not only into Cybertron's palant form and Primus's robot form, but also into a large world-ship, a spaceship the size of a planet. Many of its parts can only be moved using the included Omega Lock, which must be used to move the upper half of the planet mode out of the way so the lower half can transform. The Omega Lock has 4 slots of the Cyber Planet Keys included with other toys and has a small light that turns on when the Lock is inserted into any of the ports on the figure. A key hole is also located on each of Primus's arms and activates two non-firing blasters on the toy's wrists. The Omega Lock (called the Chip Square in Japan) is a device in the Transformers: Cybertron (called Transformers: Galaxy Force in Japan) cartoon series that, along with the Cyber Planet Keys, is needed to stop the black hole which threatens to consume Cybertron and the entire universe. ...


While the figure is identical in both its Japanese and American releases, the Japanese package comes in original style packaging, and the American also included a battle-damaged Unicron head in its initial release. The Unicron head has half of the face removed, exposing a skull-like vestige underneath. Later releases of Primus were sold without the Unicron head, and the last versions of Primus instead included four Mini-Cons who were planned to be parts of the Cybertron line, but were late and so were included as bonus figures. These four Mini-Cons would later appear as Mini-Cons in the Transformers Classics line. Although the four Mini-Cons had no personal biographies, they would get some characterization on the Transformers Collectors Club web site. Knockdown, a robotic triceratops, is a ranger from Beast Planet. Nightscream, a jet, was a courier from Giant Planet. Offshoot, a motorcycle, was a female racer from Speed Planet. Strongarm, a police car, is an investigator from Earth. (Upon being released in Transformers Classics, Nightscream is renamed Thunderwing -- Nightscream now being the name for a European winged dragon in Thunderwing's Clear Skies Team, Offshoot is renamed Dirt Rocket, of the Dirt Digger Team. Knockdown and Strongarm would retain their names, and each be placed on 3-packed teams similar to themselves.) This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


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OAFE - Transformers: Cybertron Primus review (1661 words)
According to writer Simon Furman, all Primus' creations had the potential to be as evil as his brother Unicron; Kaon city was the first to show signs of that contamination, as the faction that would one day be known as the Decepticons congregated within its limits.
Primus is the Lord of Light - a pure, natural force of order, strength and peace, committed eternally to the struggle against chaos, destruction and the ever-advancing darkness of Unicron.
Primus was never mentioned in the original G1 cartoon because he was an invention of the Marvel comics.
Transformers: A History (21921 words)
Primus developed the power to reproduce without diminishing his own essence, unlike his siblings which multiplied by dividing, splitting into perfect duplicates of the parent (but with only half the strength and power of the parent Spark [or Lasercore], and thus giving their offspring common memories.
Primus, sensing the mental link that he and Unicron shared, went into a trance, in the hope that he would remain hidden Unicron, perhaps even thought to be dead, until he was ready to face the dark spark again.
Primus and his children won a decisive battle at the planet's core, and Primus merged with the Supercomputer that ran the planetary factories, Vector Sigma.
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