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Short Story - Transmutated

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SEEDS OF DECEPTION: SHORT STORIES
TRANSMUTATED

Art and story by Lau :iconhosanna9:

Script and lettering by Franco villa :iconm3gr1ml0ck:

SoD project by Peter Istyle :iconi-sithlord:

Edits by J.Z. Belexes :iconjzlobo:


NOTES

In SoD continuity, Inertium is the fluid that composes most of Cybertron's liquid bodies (oceans, seas, rivers).

Like Finback, Splashdown and Waverider feature an aquatic alt mode.

For more racism toward Primitives, see Short Story: Secret Shame.

Mixmaster's interest in alchemy, just like his cackling habit, comes from his G1 Marvel Profile.

Bugly's holobook is a nod to "Turning The Tide", an unfinished SoD project created by Ibai Canales.
It is also a nod to another unfinished SoD saga, Fate Of The Tank Force by Christian Ludwig.

The concept of removing Primitive facets of a Transformer, is a direct nod to Beast Machines (Megatron and Savage Noble).

The "creature" body featured by Finback at the end of this Short Story is based on his G1 toy Pretender Shell.

Fistfight and Shockwave have been working on morphing protocols for some time. See also Short Stories Replacement, Survival Instinct and The Thief, Revealed.

Finback's tragicomic saga continues in Short Story: The Balance, Crack'd.
Page 3 dialogues were updated to better fit Finback's personal history.


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Complete collection of Seeds of Deception: Short Stories.


The Fistfight Experience miniseries index

Overkilled!
Transmutated
Replacement
Free Fall
Survival Instinct - Page 1
Survival Instinct - Page 2
Trusted Assistant
The Drought.
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Canalus's avatar
Hahaha, Fistifight's cameo is priceless And so are the lovecraftian references to you-know-who! ;)