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    The name or term "Nebulon" refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see Nebulon (disambiguation). "Get out of here, Nebulon! No one likes your style!"Nebulos (sometimes called Nebulon) is a planet inhabited by lifeforms, most notably a race of humanoids called Nebulans or Nebulons. These beings have found themselves involved with the Transformers in several different dimensions within the multiverse and are usually responsible for or deeply involved in the Headmaster, Targetmaster, and Powermaster technologies. Contents1 Fiction1.1 Marvel Comics continuity1.1.1 Marvel The Transformers comics1.1.2 Regeneration One1.1.3 Rhythms of Darkness!1.2 Generation 1 cartoon continuity1.2.1 The Transformers cartoon1.2.2 Wings Universe1.2.3 Nucleon Quest Super Convoy profile1.3 The Transformers Adventure Game Books1.4 Ladybird Books continuity1.5 Dreamwave Generation One continuity1.6 Unicron Trilogy cartoon continuity1.6.1 Ask Vector Prime1.6.2 Cybertron cartoon1.6.3 Timelines1.7 IDW Generation 1 continuity1.8 Animated cartoon1.9 United1.10 Prime cartoon continuity1.11 Knights of Unicron1.12 Beast Wars: Uprising1.13 Ask Vector Prime1.14 TransTech2 Notes3 References Fiction Marvel Comics continuity Marvel The Transformers comics Read this in an Australian accent.Ten thousand years ago, a conflict threatened to destroy the planet but the first incarnation of the World Watchers organisation defused it. In response to the near-disaster, the Nebulans turned away from the ways of war and locked away their weaponry under the watch of the, er, Watchers. The planet came under the rule of the democratic Council of Peers; an aristocracy existed as well.A group of Autobots led by Fortress Maximus sought to relocate to Nebulos in order to escape their own millennia-old conflict on their own planet of Cybertron, but their arrival created dissension and mistrust within the Nebulan community. The arrival of a group of Decepticons led by Scorponok soon afterward only escalated these tensions, and Nebulos's age of peace was lost as citizens binary-bonded to Transformers on both sides of the conflict to become Headmasters and Targetmasters.Realizing the damage that was being done to Nebulos's once-peaceful culture, the Autobots abandoned the planet to join Transformers already on the planet Earth, believing (correctly) that the Decepticons would pursue them off-Nebulos. HeadmastersThe UK's letters page states this story took place from the end of 1986 to the end of 1987 [1] (and based on when the Autobots learn about Earth, it's more into early 1988). That leaves Nebulos suffering over a year of destructive, open warfare.After this the citizens of Nebulos tainted their own energy sources so as to be poisonous to any Transformers that might seek to return to their world. When Decepticons Darkwing and Dreadwind arrived soon after the departure of the other Transformers, they soon found themselves victim of this poisoning, and lay dormant for a time. They were later revived by Nebulan traitors Hi-Test and Throttle, who had stolen power-conversion plans that eventually created the Powermasters. Hi-Q, the creator of this process, eventually binary-bonded with a reborn Optimus Prime, and several of his staff joined with other Autobots, in order to combat the threat posed by Darkwing and Dreadwind. They, too, eventually left Nebulos to join the other Transformers on Earth. People Power!Known locations on Nebulos included:Koraja, the capital city and home of the Council of Peers and the World Watchers.Splendora, a popular resort city.The Mercury Gardens of Melanossus, the planet's greatest natural wonder.The Nursery, Nebulos's most advanced botanical gardens and agricultural research center.The Gardens of Eternal Peace and Harmony Macrobiotic Restaurant, a multi-level, high-class eating establishmentThe Arvassian Range, a mountainous region where the Nebulans long ago locked away the implements of war.The Folassian Forest, where Highbrow first encountered Gort and his consort Marita.The Plains of Thok, home of the Grax Communications Facility.An unnamed swamp where the Autobots retreated as the Decepticons gained the upper hand.News on the planet was reported by the Nebulan News Network. Regeneration OneRegeneration One continues from the Marvel US series, and does not include the UK stories or any subsequently published stories.The scientist Borx began Project Lazarus, an attempt to rebuild the Autobot Headmasters' bodies and connect them to their original heads. Loose Ends, Part 2 The attempt by Borx's team to access Zarak's files triggered the reactivation of Scorponok's head, and he was able to gain control over the Nebulans. Using the knowledge he gained from his link with Zarak, he was able to complete Project Lazarus, restoring his own body. Natural Selection, Part OneAt some point after Optimus Prime and company had left Nebulos, the planet was declared off-limits, presumably to keep the Nebulans from being further involved in Cybertronian affairs. This didn't stop Kup from announcing to the Wreckers that he intended to visit Nebulos, following their stopover on Earth, to tie up any loose ends. Megatron would derail Kup's plans, though. Loose Ends, Part 1Meanwhile, Grimlock had decided to violate the ban and visit Nebulos on his own, hoping to find a way to cure his fellow Dinobots from the effects of Nucleon. As he approached the planet, he received a report on Project Lazarus. However, upon reaching Koraja Spaceport, Grimlock was attacked by Nebulan forces, whom he noticed appeared to be under some form of hypnosis. Unable to stop them, Grimlock was captured. Loose Ends, Part 2Grimlock found himself in the hands of Scorponok, who had been successfully restored. Loose Ends, Part 5 The Decepticon explained his revival, and he offered Grimlock a new body for himself and his Dinobots, as long as Grimlock would agree to serve him. Natural Selection, Part OneIt was from Zarak's old base of operations on the Plains of Thok that Scorponok completed the restoration of the Autobots Hardhead, Hightbrow, and Brainstorm, only to infect them with his Gene Key, which rewrote the Autobots' CNA to activate the so-called "Warrior Gene", turning them into violent berserkers. Grimlock joined Scorponok and his new warriors as they left for Cybertron, so that Scorponok could use the Gene Key on every Autobot on the planet. Natural Selection, Part Two Fortunately for the Autobots, Grimlock planned to betray Scorponok all along, and sacrificed himself to defeat the Decepticon's plans, a penance for the line the Dinobot commander had crossed. Natural Selection, Part FiveUltra Magnus dispatched the Rescue Patrol to Nebulos, in the hopes that Fixit and his team could help the Nebulans break free of Scorponok's control and return to their normal lives. Destiny, Part One Rhythms of Darkness!In Primax 490.0 Gamma, Nebulos was one of the first Decepticon enclaves to be liberated by the Confederation of Terran Worlds, and it would go on to become a close Terran ally. Ask Vector Prime Generation 1 cartoon continuity The Transformers cartoon Not just Nebulos but nebulous as well.Nebulos was a world whose inhabitants were enslaved by the Hive, a group of eleven Nebulon telekinetics whose focus on development of their mental powers had caused their bodies to wither, led by Lord Zarak. The populace was mainly forced to do routine farm work, watched over by the machines which the Hive controlled telepathically.Several Transformers crashed on Nebulos, disrupting the status quo. Nebulon rebels, teamed up with the Autobots were able to defeat the Hive, which had teamed up with the Decepticons. The Hive fled the planet in Scorponok. The Rebirth Wings UniverseWings Universe is based on the Generation 1 cartoon, but deviates from it in cosmetic ways and continuity points.Following the rebirth of Cybertron's Golden Age, Galvatron and Zarak led their main forces away from Earth and Cybertron. They attacked Zarak's homeworld Nebulos and other planets in deep space, prompting Optimus Prime and the Autobots to engage in hot pursuit. Generation 2: ReduxIn 2012, Runabout and Runamuck kidnapped reclusive Nebulan scientist Hi-Q from Nebulos on behalf of Jhiaxus. This was not noticed until five days later when Hi-Q's assistant, Hi-Test, opened up Hi-Q's laboratory to find him missing. Subsequently, Chromedome briefed Pyro's team about the kidnapping. A Flash Forward, Part 3 Nucleon Quest Super Convoy profileA scientist from Nebulos named Hi-Q assisted Optimus Prime on his quest for the potent energy source Nucleon, which was located inside black holes. Nucleon Quest Super Convoy's profile The Transformers Adventure Game BooksA large portion of Nebulos's southern continent is covered by a vast swamp. This perilous marshland is peppered by ancient ruins and quicksand. Swamp of the Scorpion. The planet's equatorial continent is dominated by a vast and arid desert. Desert of Danger Ladybird Books continuity It's pink because it's being slowly microwaved.The planet Nebulos derived most of its power from a pulsar at the edge of its galaxy. A fluke of gravity lead most of the pulsar's radiation to be directed at Nebulos where it is focused on the northern pole. Nebulos's magnetic field was then used by the Nebulans to guide the energy to the areas of the planet it was needed. Decepticons at the PoleThe planet contained a mysterious area known as the Nebulos Triangle, where technology ceased to work. The area was made up of a large metal surface and a huge lake of mercury. It was the metal surface that caused the failure of technology although its origin was unknown. Decepticons UndergroundThe planet lacked adequate resources to synthesise the lubricants used by Transformers in sufficient quantities. A vast underground lake of oil did however exist beneath a desert plain between mountain ranges. Autobots Strike OilThe Autobots and Decepticons remained on Nebulos for a lengthy period of time. Hot Rod and Cyclonus were the local commanders at first; Decepticons at the Pole Optimus Prime and Scorponok later took direct control. Autobot Hostage It was on Nebulos where the war ended, when the Decepticons were all sealed underground by Quickswitch and Scoop using Nebulite. Decepticons Underground Dreamwave Generation One continuityNebulon was the fourth world of its system. It had a dual set of rings circling it and multiple moons. It was inhabited by many wild organic lifeforms and the humanoid Nebulan species. The moons circling Nebulon contained their own civilizations. One of these was the Hive Moon, which was home to a green-skinned, somewhat insectoid off-shoot of the Nebulan race. More Than Meets The Eye Unicron Trilogy cartoon continuity Ask Vector PrimeIn Aurex 503.01 Gamma, the self-exiled Autobot Overload attempted to start a new life for himself on Nebulon, but the withdrawal from his addiction to powerlinxing caused fatal damage to his spark. Overload sought help from Nebulan doctors Hi-Q and Arcana, who also had another Cybertronian patient, the nucleon-dependent Mini-Con Rollout. The doctors consulted the records, discovered the Headmaster process, and used it to save both of their patients. Ultimately, however, the combined being had to be taken back to Cybertron to be fully rebuilt by a Cybertronian engineer, Rhinox. Ask vector Prime, 18/9/2015 Cybertron cartoonFollowing the conclusion of the Energon War, the Autobot Jetfire spent some time on the planet Nebulon. There he picked up a new accent from the locals, which to some human ears resembles that of Australians. Sort of. Jetfire's Cyber Key Code textNebulon's pea soup is notably thick. Challenge TimelinesThe Star Arrow was transporting an experimental Force Chip from Nebulos to Cybertron when it was attacked and downed over Sandokan. The Dark Heart of Sandokan IDW Generation 1 continuityNebulos laid in the Nebula Cluster. Chaos Theory Part 2 The architecture of Nebulos strongly favored domes, rounded bulbous towers, and organic curves. Many of the buildings had a "cracked" ancient look to the outside and green moss-like growth could be seen in patches on their exteriors. The technology level appeared significantly in advance of Earth, but not yet at interstellar travel. Scorponok had ties to Nebulos, having used businessman Mo Zarak's corporation as a front for his own operations: creating a fusion of Nebulan and Cybertronian technology that seemed to be a precursor to the various *-master technologies. These operations were apparently foiled by the timely intervention of Ultra Magnus. Scorponok, however, escaped. Spotlight: Ultra MagnusNebulos was also the site of operations for a Decepticon infiltration team including Ruckus, Darkwing, Dreadwind, Skullcruncher, and others. It became the first target of the resurrected Thunderwing, as his controller Bludgeon had some sort of plan to sacrifice Nebulos in order to restore Cybertron. Nebulos was partially, if not totally devastated in the attack, and the Decepticon infiltrators were either destroyed or fled. Thunderwing departed once Bludgeon's control system was destroyed, but the status of the planet and its inhabitants following his attack remains unrevealed. StormbringerWreck-Gar owned some Nebulan headlights. Dance Among the Shadows Animated cartoonNebulos was the lead planet of the Nebulon Republic, a loose alliance between several planets with organic life. The AllSpark Almanac II Nebulos had nice beaches, and energon "as smooth as a protoform's bottom." Swindle suggested that the Decepticons could retire there if they sold the parts of the Elite Guardsmechs. Decepticon Air UnitedThat doesn't seem quite right...This article on a location (real and/or fictional) associated with the Transformers brand is a stub and is missing information. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.What's needed: The Fierce Fighting on Planet Nebulos Prime cartoon continuityKup lost his original head on Nebulos. Unreliable Narratives Knights of UnicronZarak's Palace, located on Planet Nebulos, was the eighteenth venue for the Knights of Unicron on their 2014 "Till All Are One" tour. Knights of Unicron Beast Wars: UprisingDuring the 21st century, the Decepticon forces utilized Shockwave's infiltration protocol to destabilize Nebulan society from within. Decepticon agent Zarak sparked a war between the Hive Nations and the World Watcher alliance. Before this conflict could truly escalate, the Human Confederacy arrived to defuse tensions, and the Cybertronians revealed themselves and turned the cold war hot. The Decepticon-Hive alliance developed Headmaster technology from Fausto Borx's experiments on captive Autobots and World Watchers - a technology that was subsequently co-opted by the Autobots to create the first Targetmasters. A Brush With Infamy–PrologueIn 2031, Fausto and Zarak weaponized the city of Kinodia and created MegaZarak, the first Double Headmaster. The Autobots retaliated by binary-bonding Cerebros and Spike Witwicky together, creating the towering superweapon known as Fortress Maximus. A Brush With Infamy–Prologue Head Games The clash of titans cut a vaste swathe of destruction across the battered planet; although Fortress Maximus emerged triumphant, Nebulos had been permanently sterilized and was no longer capable of supporting life. Humans and Cybertronians subsequently memorialized the battle as the "Scouring of Nebulos". A Brush With Infamy–PrologueThe destruction that Fortress and his fellow city-bot wrought proved to be the final straw for the nascent Human Confederacy and its allies, who decided that the Cybertronian civil war was over and forcibly imposed an armistice on both factions. Fortress Maximus and the other Cybertronians responsible for the devastation were subsequently exiled back to an Allowed Zone that encompassed Cybertron and several colony worlds. Head Games Micro-Aggressions Ask Vector PrimeIn Primax 1086.0 Kappa, the Nebulans succeeded in repelling the Cybertronian incursion onto their homeworld. Decades later, however, the planet was devastated by Zarak Maximus. Ask Vector Prime, 2015/06/11 TransTech At some point in the history of Nexus 208.0 Epsilon, "colonists" from the Aurex Cluster paid the Nebulans a visit, causing Nebulos to become an unfriendly place for Cybertronians.After the descent of the Shroud, the Axiom Nexus Ministry of Higher Dimensional Sciences determined Nebulos was determined to be one of the points in the universe where the dimensional walls were thinnest between their dimension and Primax 984.0 Gamma, one of the nine foundational universal streams. Vector Prime was assigned to go undercover on Nebulos to monitor and investigate the possibility of restoring access to Primax 984.0 Gamma. Ask Vector Prime, 2015/11/01Vector Prime arrived on Nebulos safely after a meandering journey with Scorpia and Galaxy Shuttle, and looked forward to exploring the wonders Nebulos had to offer with Safeguard as his guide. It was his hope that appearing as a non-native would cover any lapses due to his alien nature. Ask Vector Prime, 2016/02/15 NotesThe spelling "Nebulon" has thus far been exclusive to the portrayals of the planet in the Dreamwave Generation One continuity and the Unicron Trilogy.Except for Nucleon Quest Super Convoy's profile, the planet Nebulos did not play a role in the Japanese Generation 1 cartoon continuity. Headmaster and Targetmaster technology was developed by Transformers on the planet Master. References↑ 142's Grim GramsRetrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Nebulos&oldid=1214564" Categories: Location stubAnimated planetsBeast Wars: Uprising planetsCybertron planetsGeneration 1 cartoon planetsGeneration 1 planetsMarvel Generation 1 planetsNebulosPrime planetsTransTech planetsUnitedWings Universe planets
     

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