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    "Hello, we're a little lost... which way to the set of The Real Ghostbusters?"An alien, in the broadest sense, is someone or something not native to where they currently are. In most works of fiction, however, it refers to any creature or object from an extraterrestrial source. As a science-fiction story, the Transformers franchise has introduced many different alien species over the years, not least the Transformers themselves.In most (but not all) Transformers continuities, the galaxy beyond Earth and Cybertron is populated with a diverse array of alien species and civilizations. Aliens come in staggering variety of shapes and sizes; while some species superficially resemble humans or other Earth creatures, many others are utterly different from both human or Cybertronian life. Alien species may be purely mechanical, lacking the Sparks that characterize the Transformer race, cybernetic hybrids of the biological and technological, or composed of exotic materials that may not even demarcate them as "alive" at first glance.It is unusual, though not unheard of, for Transformers to adopt non-Earthly alien creatures as alternate modes.An exhaustive list of every alien species that has appeared in the Transformers franchise can be found here.Contents1 Generation 1 continuity family1.1 Marvel Comics continuity1.1.1 Marvel Generation 2 comic1.1.2 Regeneration One1.2 The Transformers cartoon1.3 The Headmasters cartoon1.4 Victory cartoon1.5 Beast Wars cartoon1.6 Beast Machines cartoon1.7 IDW Generation 1 continuity1.7.1 The Functionist Universe1.8 Wings Universe1.9 Hearts of Steel1.10 Mars Attacks: The Transformers1.11 Beast Wars: Uprising1.12 Of Masters and Mayhem2 Animorphs3 Unicron Trilogy3.1 Ask Vector Prime3.2 Spacewarp's Log4 Live-action film series4.1 IDW Movie comics4.2 Titan movie comics4.3 Age of Extinction film5 Shattered Glass6 Animated cartoon7 Aligned continuity family7.1 The Covenant of Primus7.2 Commercial appearances7.3 Aligned novels7.4 Rescue Bots cartoon7.5 2015 Robots in Disguise cartoon8 Games8.1 Beast Wars Transformers video game9 References Generation 1 continuity family Marvel Comics continuity Numerous alien species inhabited the galaxy during the time of the Great War. Life-forms in the galaxy ranged greatly in size and height; from the diminuitive Scraplets Crater Critters to the towering Transformer-sized warriors of Femax. Recipe for Disaster! Both mechanical and organic species exist; the fearsome Mecannibals were known to prey on other sentient mechanoids. Guess Who the Mecannibals Are Having for Dinner? One notable alien mechanoid was the freelance peacekeeping agent Death's Head, who found himself involved in the dealings of the Transformers after a bounty went out on Galvatron's head. Wanted: Galvatron — Dead or Alive!Most life-forms in the galaxy tended to be Transformer-scale and regularly congregated at neutral places of commerce such as Grand Central Space Station and entertainment like the Cosmic Carnival, which was owned by the slug-like Big Top. The Cosmic Carnival Cybertronians and other mechanoids were not always welcome in these mixed-species establishments, though some Transformers eventually adopted Pretender shells that allowed them to disguise their true nature as mechanical beings. Guess Who the Mecannibals Are Having for Dinner? One particularly bizarre species of alien were the Limbo parasites, who inhabited the extradimensional realm of limbo and fed off the emotions of sentient beings that accidentally entered their realm. Distant Thunder!The unassuming organic world known as Nebulos was inhabited by the peaceful Nebulans; their world would become one of the most important battlegrounds of the war after Fortress Maximus fled there in an attempt to leave the war behind. Ring of Hate! The native life-forms would help develop the binary bonding process, which led to the development of Headmaster technology All or Nothing! and, eventually, the Targetmaster and Powermaster augmentations. People Power! Marvel Generation 2 comicThe villainous next-generation Transformers who called themselves the "Cybertronians" viewed organic life as an affront to their evolved ideals. Over the course of their quest to cyberform different worlds, the native life forms were coldly exterminated as the Cybertronians pushed outwards. War Without End! Regeneration One When the Great War finally ended, Ravage, Starscream, and Shockwave, the last three Decepticons, chose to travel the stars together and instill the values of peace and unity in other developing civilizations. The War to End All Wars, Part 5 King of Shadows The Transformers cartoon Aliens with wildly varying levels of technological sophistication inhabited the universe. Primacron, the oldest known alien intelligence, was known to have created Unicron and Tornedron. Call of the Primitives Millions of years ago, the alien Quintessons settled the planet that would one day be known as Cybertron and developed a series of advanced robotic slaves. These early Transformers would eventually revolt against their creators and successfully banish them from their world. Five Faces of Darkness, Part 4 During the war, the Decepticons were known to have occupied inhabited worlds. One such planet was the aquatic world of Tlalak, home to the Tlalakans and their miraculous Well of Transformation. Drone overseer Deceptitran developed a method to forcibly extract energon from their bodies. Sea Change In the modern day, the Autobots and Decepticons repeatedly encountered aliens during their adventures both on and off Earth. One space bridge accident sent members of both sides to a distant planet where they were no bigger than toys to the planet's colossal inhabitants. Child's Play While attempting to return home, Smokescreen and Devcon passed through Monacus, a seedy repute for various bounty hunters, home to the corpulent Gyconi and his Pit of Destruction filled with ferocious Animaliens. The GamblerAlien lifeforms even inhabited Earth's Solar System; the moon Titan was home to a pre-industrial race of pink-skinned humanoids The God Gambit, while Jupiter's moon Io inhabited by ferocious creatures called lightpoles. Five Faces of Darkness, Part 4 Whether deliberately or accidentally, aliens occasionally arrived on Earth, which brought them into conflict with humans and Transformers. On one occasion, a cloud of Morphobot spores accidentally landed on Earth and wasted no time into growing into voracious mechanical plants. Quest for Survival When the Constructicons mined a passing asteroid, they accidentally released a gigantic alien which caused havoc in San Francisco. The Secret of Omega SupremeAfter 2005, the Transformers encountered many more alien species as the war spread beyond Earth and into space. Among them were the musical Eurythmans, Carnage in C-Minor the Nijika, who had also known Quintesson oppression, The Face of the Nijika, and the warring Nebulans, who would implement Headmaster technology in one of the final battles of the war. The Rebirth, Part 3 The Headmasters cartoonFollowing a string of defeats on Earth, Galvatron's Decepticons turned their attention to nearby populated planets in an attempt to loot their energy supplies. The Autobots followed aboard Battleship Maximus; the subsequent conflict involved the humanoid insects of planet Hive, Fight to the Death on Planet Hive!! the tiny mechanoids of the Twin Star system, Battle for Defense of the False Planet the stratified civilization of Daros, Find MegaZarak's Weak Spot!! and the idyllic tribes of Paradise. Head Formation of Friendship Victory cartoonNumerous aliens inhabited the frontier village of Iron Town, including some very familiar specimens. The Brave Hero of the Universe - Star Saber Beast Wars cartoon The Vok were a mysterious energy-based species with long-ranging plans revolving around prehistoric Earth and its future; seeding the primitive planet with massive amounts of unrefined Energon in pursuit of a vaguely-defined long-range goal. Other Voices, Part 1 Following the arrival of the time-travelling Maximals and Predacons on the planet, the Vok took several drastic steps in an attempt to first remove the contamination from their testbed Other Voices, Part 2 then contain the potential damage that Megatron might wreak on all of space-time by sending Tigerhawk as their emissary. Other Victories Beast Machines cartoon Regalis V was a distant world covered entirely in motile plants. When the Maximal explorer Botanica and her crew landed to survey the planet, they adopted new alternate modes based off the local life-forms. Home Soil IDW Generation 1 continuity The Milky Way galaxy is filled with thousands of alien civilizations and many more inhabited planets, largely split along organic or mechanical lines. Organic species vastly outnumber the latter, leading to a lasting social stigma against most mechanical races. The Permanent Revolution The oldest known sentient species in the galaxy are the Stentarians: a race of transforming mechanoids locked in a civil war of their own. Little VictoriesDespite the general prejudice against mechanical beings, some civilizations, most notably the former inhabitants of Gorlam Prime, developed advanced cybernetic implants and prostheses in what was speculated to be an attempt to artificially evolve from one state of being to the other. Spotlight: Nightbeat Some Cybertronians were known to have looked down upon other mechanical races such as the Catharsians for their inferior construction; An Axe to Break the Ice unlike Transformers, other mechanoids were sentient due to their "warm-wired" physiology. Into the Abyss On the galactic level, most spacefaring cultures have banded together to form interplanetary coalitions and governments. Primus: You, Me, and Other Revelations According to the Space Knight Rom, most organic civilizations attain global coherence before developing interstellar space travel. Shining Armor #3 The largest governmental power in the Milky way is the Galactic Council, far and away the most powerful organization in the galaxy. Primus: You, Me, and Other Revelations Other galactic powers include the robo-phobic Black Block Consortia The Permanent Revolution and the Solstar Order, enemies of the shapeshifting Dire Wraiths. Shining ArmorIn the years before the Great War, Cybertron was seen as a backwater world by the inhabitants of the galaxy; mocking the stagnation of the planet's culture and society, aliens deemed the planet's inhabitants "Autobots," short for "automatons." Chaos Theory Part 2 Cybertron's great contribution to the field of interspecies relations was the Ambus Test, a universal test designed to ascertain the sentience of mechanical lifeforms. It is unknown if a similar test exists for organic species. Into the Abyss In the pre-war years, Cybertron's off-world Primal Vanguard would occasionally engage in peacekeeping operations on other planets, which usually ended poorly for the organics under the protection of Cybertronians. Before & After Prolonged interactions with gendered alien races would cause some Transformers to voluntarily adopt other gendered pronouns. An Axe to Break the IceAs he organized the Decepticon movement, Megatron wrote at length about the innate superiority of mechanical life in a prejudiced galaxy. Believing that the universe was innately "anti-mechanical," Megatron targeted thousands of organic species for extermination in what he claimed was self-defense: eliminating them before they could do his species harm. Anti-organic sentiment became a hallmark of the Decepticon movement, among his followers, it ranged from mere disdain to genocidal hatred. The Permanent Revolution On Junkion, Megatron encountered the manipulative Quintesson Pentius, though it is unclear what, if any, connection the Quintessons have with the Transformers in this continuity. Faces of DarknessAfter the loss of Cybertron, the Decepticon war machine reorganized along "infiltration protocol:" a system by which Decepticon agents infiltrated unaligned alien civilizations and subverted them from within to bring about their destruction. This process was naturally opposed by the Autobots, who fought to protect the inhabitants of said worlds. Infiltration #1 To (ostensibly) safeguard other races from the destruction that untapped Cybertronian technology might wreak, both sides worked together to implement the Tyrest Accord, which banned the export of Cybertronian technology to other species and prevented Cybertronians from providing services to organic races. House of Ambus In spite of this law, Decepticons such as Swindle and Scorponok would regularly collude with organic races, requiring the intervention of dedicated lawmen such as Ultra Magnus. Spotlight: Ultra Magnus Some two hundred years ago, the Cybertronians were briefly entangled in the ongoing war between the Solstar Order and the Dire Wraiths, resulting in a four-way skirmish at Xetaxxis and a lesson in why Wraith magic should not be applied to Cybertronian life. Shining ArmorThe Decepticon invasion on Earth briefly involved the Reapers, a group of monstrous living weapons led by Deathbringer. Devastation #6While marooned on LV-118, Hot Rod and Wheelie befriended Garnak. The Stars My Destination Garnak would join Orion Pax when the former Autobot leader voluntarily exiled himself from Cybertron. Syndromica (1) Even after the end of the Transformers' war, anti-mechanical sentiment still ran high among many organic species. The virulent hatred that Cybertronians faced became a business prospect for the ex-Decepticon Demus, who began kidnapping and "domesticating" Transformers to sell as "Roboid" torture dolls for other races to abuse. Animals In 2016, Cybertronian activity on Earth culminated in the planet's annexation into the Cybertronian Council of Worlds. Around this time, the Dire Wraiths on Earth made themselves known, attracting the attention of the Space Knight Rom. Simultaneously, extradimensional warlord Baron Karza turned his sights on Earth's supplies of Ore-13; searching for a way to transport the mineral to his dying universe, he recruited the help of the Wraiths and Miles Mayhem in a complicated scheme. The ensuing battle saw the Micronauts, a group of tiny aliens from Karza's home reality, stranded on Earth. RevolutionThough Kazra's initial scheme failed, he returned to Earth shortly afterwards with a larger fleet and the body of Micronus Prime, creator of his universe. Micronauts: Wrath of Karza The Functionist UniverseIn a alternate timeline where Megatron was never created, the ruling Functionist Council deliberately stoked prejudice and fear against the greater galaxy to keep the population of Cybertron fearful of the universe beyond their planet. A World Misplaced Cybertron clashed with the Black Box Consortia several times before a ceasefire was reached, necessitating the dissolution of the Primal Vanguard. The Custom-Made NowUnbeknownst to most Cybertronians, Council member Six-of-Twelve had come to the conclusion that other alien species did not serve an appreciable "function" in the eyes of Primus, Modes of Production and after taking custody of Luna 2, he had the entire moon re-engineered into a gigantic harvester unit that would go forth into the galaxy and strip-mine populated worlds in service of Cybertron. Bad Moon Rising Wings UniverseNumerous organic species joined up with Cannonball's crew of Star Seekers, including Squirm, Izzerkilod, and Vez. Hoist the Flag Hearts of Steel Having arrived on Earth in prehistoric times, an Elder God briefly awoke in 1887, posting an existential threat to humans and Cybertronians alike. To defeat the menace, the Autobots managed to awaken Optimus Prime, who succeeded in driving it and its acolytes back into the ocean from whence it had came. Infestation 2: The Transformers #2Events identical to those of Hearts of Steel and Infestation 2 occurred in the IDW Generation 1 continuity. Strange Visitors Mars Attacks: The Transformers The Autobots and Decepticons were briefly forced to work together when an armada of Martians invaded Earth, seeking to colonize it for their own. They were defeated after Cosmos used his alternate mode to infiltrate their fleet and launch a surprise attack on the aliens. Mars Attacks: The Transformers Beast Wars: Uprising The inhabitants of Gorlam Prime, seeking immortality, constructed a vast lunar database designed to house the collective consciousness of their race. That database gave rise to a gestalt intelligence that called itself Lord Imperious Delirious, a god-like Second-born Intellect who promptly annihilated the world of his creators. Derailment Searching for more of his kind, he found other organic civilizations that had created sentient robot slaves and eliminated them, forming the destructive warband of robots known as the Destructons. Medusa's profile in Club Magazine #59The ancient Logicons had found a different way to cheat death by ascending into beings of energy. IntersectionalityIn the 24th century, Cybertronians had been forcibly quarantined and cut off from the galaxy in an Allowed Zone. In spite of this, they maintained some relations with the larger galaxy, purchasing some ancient Quintesson hardware for sentry duty. Burning Bridges The Human Confederacy viewed Quintessons with distrust, as preexisting contracts meant that they were the only species capable of entering and leaving the Allowed Zone at will. [1] When the Beast Upgrade hit Cybertron, some Transformers opted to adopt new beast modes based off extraterrestrial creatures. Safe Spaces Of Masters and MayhemThe eusocial race known as the Vespoids inhabited the primitive world of Chicxulania, which had been visited by some other alien race and deliberately seeded with exotic creatures eons ago. Life Finds a WayAfter the destruction of Cybertron, several Autobots discovered the mechanical Teklaan, a race of terraforming robots that had evolved beyond their creators and formed a society of their own. Lively Pursuit AnimorphsThe forces of the Andalites battle the villainous Yeerks, who have enslaved other alien species such as Hork-Bajir and Taxxons. Animorph packaging bios Unicron Trilogy Ask Vector PrimeWhen the Beast Wars of Aurex 615.03 Epsilon spilled into Alpha Q's universe, the Maximals and Predacons adopted beast modes based on the various creatures that inhabited the different planets, including mechamorphs, Rock Lords, and Battle Beasts. Ask Vector Prime, 2015/09/23 Spacewarp's LogAn alien civilization had visited earth in its prehistory and set up a small city on Easter Island.The Decepticon adventurer Spacewarp had encountered dozens of different alien races in her journeys across space and time. Notable races she crossed paths with include the incorporeal Tasmians, the Clonemasters of Tharkoros, and the subterranean bugboys of Moldavus. On one adventure, a series of improbable events successfully transported Spacewarp and her companion Foldspace into an entirely different universe. There, she met and later alllied with distant alien analogues of the Autobots and Decepticons; the warring Robotix of Skalorr. Spacewarp's Log Live-action film series IDW Movie comics The Ejoornians of the Eshems Nebula were attracted to a powerful energy source on Cybertron. They were repulsed by Starscream, Defiance #1 and a later full-scale invasion was thwarted by Megatron. Ratchet's examinations revealed that their biology was eerily similar to those of a Cybertronian, even posessing what might be a spark core. Defiance #2 Titan movie comicsOver the course of their search for the AllSpark, both Autobots and Decepticons encountered numerous alien civilizations. Ratchet was involved in the civil war between the Thraal and the A'ovan on Na'conda, Transformers Comic issue 3 Brawl encountered a dead civilization that had been ravaged by the Flame, Transformers Comic issue 4 Ironhide contended with a race of scavengers tracking the AllSpark, Transformers Comic issue 5 while Jazz discovered a gigantic living world that absorbed the memories of its visitors. Transformers Comic issue 6 Age of Extinction film 65 million years ago, Earth was visited by an enigmatic race of aliens known only as the "Creators," who seeded the planet with supplies of elemental metal as part of their larger experiments — a series of events that apparently led to the creation of the Transformer race. The Creators had apparently survived into the modern day; on learning of Optimus Prime's recent exploits, they hired Cybertronian bounty hunter Lockdown to find and capture him. After Optimus learned more about the Creators, he flew off into space to confront them and learn the truth about his origins. Age of Extinction Shattered GlassThe peaceful and benevolent Quintessons formed the Quintesson Federation, maintaining peace in the galaxy while taking great care not to interfere with the development of less advanced civilizations. Reunification: Part 3Hun-Grrr adopted a Algean two-headed razor beast as his alternate mode. Animated cartoon There are six major powers in the Milky Way galaxy: in addition to the Autobot Commonwealth and the remnants of the Decepticon Empire, other galactic factions include the Nebulon Republic, a loosely allied coalition of peaceful organic races, the mercantile Quintesson Pan Galactic Co-Prosperity Sphere, the mysterious Vok Territory, and the empire of aggressive mechanoids known as the Vestial Imperium. Several minor coalitions such as the Tiresian Union, Intruder Empire, and the Galran Khanganete control small regions of otherwise unclaimed space. The AllSpark Almanac IIIn spite of their peaceful society, most Autobots are relentlessly xenophobic towards most organic races, considering them disgusting and potentially dangerous. The Elite Guard There is some truth to this belief, as several organic species in the galaxy—such as the gigantic arachnoids of Archa Seven—are indeed capable of harming a full-sized Cybertronian. As a result of her traumatic encounter on that planet, Autobot cadet Elita-1 was irreversibly mutated, transforming into a technorganic version of one of the native spiders. Along Came a Spider The unscrupulous arms dealer Swindle was an exception to the rule; he was known to have freely parleyed with many civilizations in his travels across the galaxy. Decepticon Air The unaligned bounty hunter Lockdown scavenged many parts for his ship from alien sources such as the Taxxons. The AllSpark Almanac Aligned continuity family The Covenant of PrimusAs in other continuities, the Quintessons discovered Cybertron early on in its history; disguising themselves as peaceful benefactors from the stars, they began tampering with the development of the primitive Cybertronians with the ultimate goal of selling them off as slaves to other galactic cultures. After the Quintessons were banished from Cybertron, the Golden Age of Transformer civilization saw spacefaring colonists make contact with several other alien civilizations along the way. The Covenant of Primus Commercial appearancesDuring his takeover of The Hub, Megatron contended with an alien life form named ALF, whose program had been thrown from the schedule. Transformers Prime 26-Hour Takeover Aligned novelsAccording to Xeros, most life-forms in the galaxy were mechanical. Retribution Rescue Bots cartoon The Velgrox were an opportunistic race that were infamous for invading planets and capturing their inhabitants for later consumption. A Velgrox scout ship landed on Griffin Rock to procure samples, though Heatwave successfully intimidated them into leaving before they could do any lasting harm to their captives. New Normal 2015 Robots in Disguise cartoonThe Decepticon Shifter Pseudo was arrested for selling Cybertronian secrets to aliens. Ghosts and ImpostorsOn the cusp of reviving the Decepticon Empire, Cyberwarp questioned why aliens had to suffer in the name of Cybertron's ascension. Cyclonus responded that they didn't have to suffer but it was just a happy bonus. Enemy of My Enemy Games Beast Wars Transformers video gameThe Maximals and Predacons were both menaced by the Skriix, an aggressive organic race who came to Earth through an interdimensional portal. The Maximals, aware of the Skriix's potential for destruction, had no other plans but to eradicate all present Skriix lifeforms, ending their threat to the planet.Upon discovering that the Predacon Inferno was experimenting on the Skriix, the Maximals decided that it was too dangerous for the Predacons to gain insight into the Skriix's biology, and promptly dispatched a mission to destroy both Inferno and his test subjects. Beast Wars: Transformers References↑ Post by Jim S on the Allspark Forums, 2016/10/17Retrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Alien&oldid=1223763" Categories: AliensAnimatedAnimorphsArmadaBeast WarsCybertron franchiseEnergon franchiseGeneration 1Generation 2The HeadmastersMovieRescue BotsRevenge of the FallenShattered GlassStar WarsSuper-God MasterforceVictoryZone
     

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