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    MainCartoonToys & Merchandise He's grouchy because he's fangirl bait.From noble swordsman to traitorous backstabber, from Decepticon to Autobot and back again, from the land of the living to an ethereal existence as a ghost and beyond, the saga of Starscream is a long and storied one.Contents1 Armada cartoon2 Japanese cartoon continuity2.1 Cloud2.2 Transformers Legends comic3 Energon cartoon4 Cybertron cartoon5 Cybertron comic Armada cartoonVoice actor: Michael Dobson (English), Jin Yamanoi (Japan), José Sant'anna (Brazil), Gerd Meyer (Germany), Niclas Fransson (Sweden), Sander de Heer (The Netherlands), Leopoldo Ballesteros (Spain - Spanish), Pauli Virta (Finnish) Scanning an Earth vehicle basically means just adding kibble.Starscream accompanied Megatron's forces to Earth in 2010 in search of the lost Mini-Cons. Warping to the planet shortly after his leader, Starscream and Demolishor materialized in the path of the three human children who were fleeing a battle between Megatron and Optimus Prime, but were preventing from capturing the Mini-Con with them by the sudden appearance of Hot Shot and Red Alert. After temporarily withdrawing to their new base on Earth's moon—where Starscream snickered as Megatron berated the lackadaisical Cyclonus—the Decepticons returned with new Earthly alternate modes and made another attempt on the humans and their Mini-Con friends. Metamorphosis Starscream's new jet mode gave him no advantage against the Mini-Con empowered Autobots, and the villains soon retreated to base once more, where Starscream and Demolishor got into a fight over who was Megatron's favored subordinate. Irritated with their antics, Megatron presented Demolishor with the sole Mini-Con the Decepticons had been able to recover and charged Starscream with finding his own, infuriating the younger 'bot. Base I DISAGREE!Starscream was intent on taking the Mini-Con detected in Big Canyon for himself, but Megatron ordered him to stay behind at the base while the other Decepticons went after it. Disobeying orders, Starscream warped down and interfered with the fight, only to be caught offguard by Perceptor, allowing Optimus to obtain the Mini-Con. Comrade A severe "disciplining" from Megatron did not dissuade him, and during the next Mini-Con quest in Antarctica, Starscream succeeded in locating the Mini-Con's storage panel in a crevasse wall. Starscream retrieved the panel after a tussle with Hot Shot, but when Red Alert snatched it away, Starscream fired upon him and wound up causing an avalanche, knocking himself into the crevasse's depths. Soldier Starscream blamed his lack of Mini-Con for his poor performance in a training simulation, but when the next storage panel was found during a forest battle, Megatron refused his request, intending to keep it for himself. While Megatron was occupied battling Optimus Prime, however, Starscream swooped in and grabbed the panel, opening it and bonding with the Mini-Con within, Swindle. With the new null laser cannons Swindle granted him, Starscream sent the Autobots packing, and gave Megatron more than a little cause for concern. Jungle Hey, this is my neighborhood, you and your paisan must honor ME!!! He proceeded to strut around the base with Swindle on his shoulder, making fun of Demolishor, Carnival but his mockery was soon to be replaced with concern; after a mission in the Sahara Desert, Megatron forced Demolishor to hand over the next Mini-Con he found to him. Starscream took no delight in this mistreatment of his comrade. PalaceStarscream helped enact Megatron's plan to force the Autobots to trade their captured human friends for the Mini-Cons, but it met with failure. Confrontation Later, he helped the Decepticons explore the American underground for the next Mini-Con, but confined and unable to fly, he had Swindle do his searching for him, to no avail. Underground He had similarly little luck in an underwater scuffle with Hot Shot when the Mini-Con quest took the Transformers to a sub-aquatic ruin, Ruin and his misfortune continued during the battle that following on a volcanic island. There, Megatron also continued to berate Starscream for whatever move he made on the battlefield, finding fault in every decision Starscream made. Prehistory After this run of failures, the Decepticons got proactive, invading the Autobot base to capture the Mini-Cons that together formed the Star Saber sword, but in the course of the attack, Starscream was lured into a hall of mirrors by Red Alert and fell down a shaft. He tried to fly back up it in jet mode, but Red shut a series of panels on top of him, clipping his wings. Swoop That was a part of my body, you asshole!Though successfully formed, the Star Saber wound up in Autobot hands, and Starscream felt the blade's power for himself when Hot Shot unleashed it against him during their next meeting. Furious over the defeat and with his anger only stoked by insults toward his capabilities by the Decepticons' new member Scavenger, Starscream challenged Hot Shot to one-on-one combat when next they clashed. Starscream gave a better account of himself in this rematch, but he met defeat once again when the Star Saber cleaved his own sword in two. Overmatch After helping Megatron supervise Scavenger's excavation efforts during the search for the next Mini-Con, Gale Starscream got another chance against Hot Shot when the young Autobot and his new teammate Sideways were inadvertently warped to the moon. Starscream was on the verge of defeat yet again until Sideways revealed himself to be a traitor and knocked the sword from Hot Shot's grasp, straight into Starscream's waiting hands. Credulous "You left the kids with WHO!?"With the Star Saber now his to command, Starscream's arrogance grew, as did his lack of popularity with the other Decepticons. To remedy this, Megatron had Leader-1 fire on Starscream during combat with the Autobots in a fog-shrouded forest. The lack of visibility caused Starscream to mistakenly believe Demolishor was an Autobot shooting at him, and would have cleaved him in two with the Star Saber if Megatron had not blocked the strike. With the weight of his teammates opinion regarding his ability to wield the blade against him, Starscream was forced to hand the Star Saber over to Megatron. Conspiracy After this incident, Scavenger disappeared, and Starscream—still smarting from his barbs—opined that he had switched sides, and demanded the right to bring him in. Megatron refused, but Starscream did still accompany all the Decepticons on the mission to track Scavenger down, during which they found out he had indeed sided with Optimus Prime's forces. TrustAfter narrowly avoiding Megatron's wild swings of the Star Saber during a training exercise, Vacation Starscream partook in the clash over the final Mini-Con necessary to form the Skyboom shield, which the Decepticons successfully obtained (though Starscream was shot out of the sky by Smokescreen in the process). Reinforcement Starscream kept the Autobots busy during the next battle while Megatron unleashed both Star Saber and Skyboom on Optimus Prime, but was shot down by Smokscreen. Decisive Battle A little later, Starscream and the other Decepticons stayed on the moon while Megatron orchestrated a plan to scatter the Autobots across the globe; he and Sideways were very unenthusiastic about being on standby while Demolishor barked orders at them. Vow "Oh, Megatron, please! This is getting awkward!"After the Decepticons met with failure on the battlefield again, Megatron chose to pin the blame for the loss on Starscream—despite the fact he had followed orders correctly—and began brutalizing him upon their return to base. The abuse only ended when Demolishor and Sideways blasted their way into the room to stop Megatron from killing their comrade. Seeing a chance to disrupt the Decepticon power structure, Sideways spun lies to manipulate the brooding Starscream's emotions and coerce him into challenging Megatron to a duel. The resultant clash was a brief and vicious one; Megatron took the upper hand immediately, and although his taunts galvanized Starscream and gave him the strength to fight back and tip the fight in his favor for a while, Megatron eventually emerged victorious. Unwilling to beg for his life, Starscream merely urged Megatron to finish him, but the Decepticon leader spared him with the observation that he was a good soldier who might someday in the future have the strength to best him. RebellionIn the Decepticons' next bout with the Autobots, Starscream got in a shouting match with Hot Shot over who the Mini-Cons belonged with.Chase Back in 2002, this was considered aerodynamic.Following another confrontation with the Autobots, the Decepticons were joined by tactician Thrust, whose prowess was well-known to Starscream. Thrust was likewise impressed with Starscream's abilities and enlisted him as his second for his first battle plan against the Autobots, which involved trapping them in a canyon and strafing them from the air. The plan was foiled by the arrival of Jetfire, who personally blew Starscream out of the sky. Tactician Starscream got some revenge soon after when he and Thrust hit Jetfire with an airborne assault, but Starscream got shot down again when the Autobot revealed his ability to combine with Optimus Prime. LinkupGrowing suspicious of Sideways after recent events, Starscream joined the Decepticons effort to root him out, discovering that he was an agent of a mysterious greater power. Once he was forced from their ranks, Starscream and the Decepticons engaged the Autobots in a beachfront battle, Detection dogfighting with Jetfire again Awakening then strafing Hot Shot. The Decepticons nonetheless lost when the Autobots acquired the Requiem Blaster. Desperate You don’t kill a man by mucking about with rifles, arrows, rocks, or other long-distance rubbish. You kill him by grabbing the biggest bloody sword you can find, running up nice and close to him, and chopping the dumb bastard’s head off.After recuperating back at base Runaway and being present for the arrival of new member Wheeljack, Past II Starscream found himself wielding the Star Saber once again, control of the weapon ceded to him by Megatron as part of a plan to lure out the Autobots so that the Decepticon could steal the Requiem Blaster from them. Taking to the battlefield solo, Starscream caused havoc with the sword, only for it to deactivate in his hands as Optimus Prime's lectures wormed their way inside his head. Surrounded by the Autobots, Starscream called for aid from his fellow Decepticons, only to discover that he had been completely abandoned—he had, without his knowledge, been used as a mere decoy while his teammates invaded the Autobot base and stole the Requiem Blaster. Sacrifice ...now kiss?Returning to base dejected and furious, Starscream tried to unwind with an energy bath, but his anger boiled over when he was ordered to return the Star Saber Mini-Cons to Megatron and overheard his leader and Thrust mocking him. He proceeded to go on a rampage through the Decepticon base, turning the Saber's power on his fellows and clashing with Megatron and the Requiem Blaster. Seeking asylum with the Autobots, he flew to Earth with Tidal Wave in pursuit, crash landing near the Autobots' base. At the Star Saber Mini-Cons' behest, Optimus Prime used the Saber to protect Starscream, and gave him the benefit of the doubt when he claimed he wanted to join the Autobots to help them take down Megatron. To prove his good faith, Starscream provided them with the contents of his databanks to decode, but Hot Shot was not so easily swayed, and he and Starscream began fighting. Their face-off was interrupted by Smokescreen (rebuilt with a new body), who put a stop to their brawl. Regeneration Starscream's Facebook cover photo.Using the information provided by Starscream, the Autobots proceeded to stage an invasion of the Decepticons' moonbase. Optimus instructed Starscream to hold back and use his knowledge of the base's layout to help locate and liberate the Decepticons' captive Mini-Cons. But Starscream was too hungry for payback against Megatron to comply, and Hot Shot had to take over his mission. When Hot Shot was in dire straits during a battle with Megatron, however, Starscream came to his aid, and the pair united their strength to topple the Decepticon leader. Starscream was eager to end Megatron's life, but upon the successful evacuation of the Mini-Cons, Optimus called for retreat, forcing Starscream to choose between his hew alliance and his desire for revenge. In the end, he returned to Earth with the Autobots, but was left feeling that he did not truly belong with them either. Rescue NO SHIPPING!Both his Mini-Con partners and the human Alexis attempted to console him, but he was too consumed by his own self-doubt. Soon thereafter, Starscream's flight capabilities saw him drafted to join Jetfire on a mission to Mars to recover a Mini-Con, during which he was shot down by Tidal Wave. By the time Jetfire had located him, Starscream was so wrapped up in self-pity that he refused to do as his Autobot superior ordered, forcing Jetfire to handcuff him and charge him with dereliction of duty. On the return trip to Earth, the pair discovered the object of their quest on an asteroid, but were then attacked by Tidal Wave once again; speaking with real passion for the Autobot cause, Starscream was able to talk the Mini-Con, Firebot, into turning its weapons on the giant Decepticon. It looked like the pair were home free, only for Megatron to appear in their path with the Requiem Blaster in hand. Brought into proximity for the first time, the blaster, the Star Saber and the Skyboom (wielded by Jetfire) resonated with one another, causing a huge flare of energy that covered Jetfire and Starscream's escape. Back on Earth, Alexis thanked Starscream for his efforts and told him she was sure the Autobots were the right fit for him, and while he seemed to brush her words off, she soon discovered that he had brought back a bejewelled rock from Mars as a souvenir for her and the other kids. Mars Is there some sort of cash alternative?Uninterested in helping the Autobots build a spaceship to return to Cybertron, Starscream stalked off to his quarters where he was shocked to find Alexis and the other kids throwing him a surprise party to thank him for the Martian rock, gifting him with a handmade chamois. A little later, detecting a curious signal, Starscream ventured out to investigate and was confronted by Thrust, who (secretly working towards his own goals in conjunction with Sideways) petitioned him to return to the Decepticons and help him take Megatron down from within. Thrust suggested that he steal the Skyboom shield to "prove" to Megatron his desire to rejoin him, but Starscream refused. Unfortunately, Billy and Fred overhead their conversation and raced off to tell the Autobots, who were quick to turn on Starscream when he returned to the base after they could not find the Skyboom Mini-Cons anywhere. Unbeknownst to anyone, the kids had merely taken the Mini-Cons out for a walk, but the Autobots' deep-seated distrust of Starscream had been made evident—confronting Thrust in battle again a short time later, Starscream found himself swayed by the Decepticon's silver tongue, and swooped into the battlefield below, snatching up the Skyboom and departing alongside Thrust, back in the Decepticon fold again, but vowing never to forget his new human friends. Crack Phallic object? I SAID NO SHIPPING!With all three Mini-Con weapons now in Decepticon hands thanks to his defection, Starscream soon forced Thrust to tell him his plan for them: they would be combined to forge a weapon of planet-destroying power known as the Hydra Cannon. When completed and mounted on the Decepticons' new spacecraft, Megatron placed Starscream at the cannon's controls and charged him with firing the shot that would obliterate the Earth. Threaten Unwilling to seal the fates of all the friends he had made on Earth, Starscream struggled with the test Megatron had laid before him, but fortunately, Optimus Prime and Jetfire attacked the cannon before he had to press the button. Ordered out into battle to stop them, Starscream allowed Jetfire to hurl him into Tidal Wave, knocking over the titanic Decepticon and sparing Prime his assault. Starscream's efforts saved the Earth, but Optimus Prime perished absorbing the Hydra Cannon's blast. Crisis Hey, I look like that guy from that thing!Though regretful over Prime's death, Starscream joined the Decepticons in departing Earth's solar system aboard their new ship and heading back to Cybertron. Remorse Starscream detected an Autobot vessel giving the Decepticons chase, though Megatron remained unconcerned over this development. Depart In the battle that followed, Starscream and Hot Shot revived their old rivalry, but fighting soon ceased when the Mini-Cons combined their powers to resurrect Optimus Prime. Miracle Immediately following this, Hot Shot and Red Alert were sucked away through a worm hole to a barren planet; Starscream, Megatron, and Demolishor followed, Megatron intending to destroy their divided foes despite Starscream's suggestions that they used them as hostages. Attacked by Nemesis Prime, a mysterious dark doppelgänger of Optimus Prime, they were badly damaged, but found themselves repaired by the combined powers of their partner Mini-Cons, their armors strengthened and recolored in the process. Observing his new blue color scheme, Starscream remarked upon his similarity to fellow Decepticon Thundercracker. Puppet Returning to Cybertron, Starscream aided in the Decepticon effort to take control of the planet with the Mini-Con weapons, though his concern over the methods Megatron—now "Galvatron" after his upgrade—was employed grew, as did his suspicions regarding Thrust's ulterior motives after his gleeful reaction to the appearance of a black hole over their homeworld. Uprising When Hot Shot broke into the Decepticon base, pleading for an alliance to fight the mysterious common foe behind the black hole, Unicron, Starscream finally called Thrust out on his scheming in front of everyone. With Galvatron also suspicious, Thrust revealed that he was an agent of Unicron's, stole the Requiem Blaster and Skyboom shield, and fled into the planet's depths with a vengeful Starscream in hot pursuit. Dash He soon caught up to Thrust, but just after he turned down the traitor's offer to work together, Starscream was shocked to see Alexis and the other human kids and their Mini-Cons watching their confrontation, having come to Cybertron with the Autobots. When Thrust threatened them with the Requiem Blaster, Starscream lunged for him and was struck by the Blaster's beam and slain. Fortunately, the Mini-Con High Wire used his powers to rewind time a few scant moments and intervened to throw Thrust's aim off, saving Starscream's life. Thrust escaped while Starscream shielded the kids from falling rubble caused by the errant blast, and once he was sure they were okay, continued his pursuit.Drift It is obvious that this contest cannot be decided by our knowledge of the Force... but by our skills with a lightsaber.The chase led through a warp gate that brought Starscream to a strange pseudo-organic cavern, where he was beset by bot-spiders for again refusing an offer to join Thrust and Sideways in their scheme. Hot Shot, Wheeljack and the kids arrived to help, but he instructed them to go on ahead; after defeating the spiders, Starscream was amazed to see that Alexis had waited for him to make sure he was okay. The dangers of the caverns soon proved too much to endure, so Starscream decided to carry Alexis to safety, but in their escape, the girl's necklace fell off. Alexis insisted on going back for it, forcing Starscream to fend off attacking tentacles and leaving him gape-mouthed with the revelation that the necklace was important to her because she had made it from the Martian rock he had given her. Moments later, they escaped the caverns and discovered that they had been inside Cybertron's moon—and that the moon was actually a disguised Unicron! Alexis pleaded with Starscream to join the Autobots in fighting Unicron, and even Hot Shot agreed, but Starscream refused, no longer sure of where he belonged and afraid he would betray his friends again. Portent my chest hurts.Realizing that it was only by uniting with the Autobots that the Decepticons could hope to defeat Unicron, Starscream resolved to prove the reality of the chaos-bringer's threat to Galvatron, who refused to acknowledge it and considered it an Autobot trick. To do so, however, Starscream realized that he would have to end his own life, and so interrupted a battle between Galvatron and Optimus to challenge Galvatron to one last duel that would settle all accounts between them. In the course of the fight, Starscream proved to Galvatron how far he had come as a warrior, but at the final moment, held back on delivering the killing stroke, instead allowing Galvatron to run him through with the Star Saber. With the last of his strength, Starscream opened fire on Unicron, and the planet-eater retaliated with a lightning-blast that utterly obliterated Starscream, reducing his body to ash. With this action, Starscream proved that the threat of Unicron was real, and Megatron agreed to ally with Optimus against him. Cramp Japanese cartoon continuity CloudI want to tell you about the Transformers!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.Encounter Hammer Return Transformers Cloud Transformers Legends comicFollowing his sacrifice against Unicron, Starscream manifested as a ghost in the Legends Universe thanks to the power of the dimension's "spirit energy". Bonus Edition Vol. 18 He was left without any memories and returned to being a loyal servant of Megatron, who had also traveled to the Legends world. The Autumn Megatron Festival He helped Megatron plunder the world of its Mini-Cons, and located the very rare specimen Dragoyell for his leader. Both of them retreated after Megatron had his power drained through an accidental powerlink with Rattrap. Bonus Edition Vol. EX Megatron then settled for simply purchasing Mini-Cons legally, relying on Starscream as a source of income and forcing him to take on multiple part-time jobs. He was just leaving for his night-time job when another Megatron showed up at the restaurant they were eating at. The other Megatron was surprised by his presence, having had his own Starscream once, something the two Megatrons ended up bonding over during his absence. The Autumn Megatron Festival When Megatron returned home with an Ultra Magnus toy, having been defeated in battle with Magnus and wanting to find his weaknesses through the toy, Starscream protested that his leader had promised not to buy toys that weren't Mini-Cons. He was further disheartened when Megatron ended up liking the toy, suggesting he might buy more big toys in the future. Armada Megatron ChapterAt one point, Starscream was given a Spark Grid toy by Megatron as a reward for his services, making him feel sentimental. LG-18 Armada Starscream Super Mode Prologue While working as a waiter, Starscream was attacked by Slipstream, who mistook him for her own hated Starscream. His pleas that he was the wrong Starscream fell on deaf ears, and his attempts to get help from Blackarachnia failed when she sided with Slipstream instead. When he returned home to gripe about how scary women are, Megatron ignored his story and just wanted his credit card for buying more toys. LG-16 Slipstream Sequel Fired over the incident, Starscream was looking for a new job when he witnessed Windblade collapsing on the street. Learning that she had a job she couldn't attend to because of her condition, he offered to take her place, and ended up working at the local Starscream's maid cafe. He was confused about why they'd let a man work there, so the other Starscream explained that it was normally a "little brother cafe" with cross-dressing maids and that Windblade only worked there because he was feeling sympathetic towards her, causing Armada Starscream to admit his counterpart was a pretty nice guy.Returning to the cafe, Windblade explained to Starscream that her condition was caused by the Zamojin trying to take control of her using spirit energy, a power accumulated by Armada Megatron's uncontrollable desire for toys. Knowing that she would destroy the Legends Universe if the Zamojin got their hands on her again, she tearfully asked the baffled Starscream for help. His Spark Grid then revealed himself to be a real Mini-Con and imbued Starscream with the power of his people, powering him up into his super mode and giving him the resolve to stop Megatron and save Windblade and the Legends Universe... or die trying. LG-18 Armada Starscream Super Mode Prologue Confronting Megatron in Akihabara, he tried to convince his leader to give up on his toys and cut off the Zamojins' power supply, but Megatron refused and battled Starscream for betraying him. Starscream's worst fears came true when the Zamojin were able to take control of Windblade, and he channeled all his power into his Null Laser Cannons for an attack that would destroy both him and Windblade but save the world. He broke off his attack when Alpha Trion brought forth Alexis, whose presence caused him to calm down and recall his lost memories, and he returned to his home dimension alongside her. Bonus Edition Vol. 18 Energon cartoonVoice actor: Michael Dobson (English), Nobuo Tobita (Japanese), Niclas Fransson (Swedish), Sander de Heer (The Netherlands), Mieczyslaw Moranski (Polish), Leopoldo Ballesteros (Spain - Spanish), Pauli Virta (Finnish)Plot points derived exclusively from the Super Link version of the Energon cartoon are in italics. "I do not have permission to die!"Ten years after Starscream's death, when Megatron seized control of Unicron's body by ousting its former occupant, the alien being Alpha Quintesson, the evicted extraterrestrial needed an agent to help him in his task of recreating the worlds destroyed by the chaos-bringer. Using what little Energon he had left, Alpha Q recreated another of Unicron's victims—Starscream. Megatron Raid However, Alpha Q ran out of energon before the process could be completed, leaving Starscream incomplete—his memory blank, and his body unstable, constantly shifting from a physical to an ethereal form, able to teleport by "ghosting" from location to location. Starscream the Mysterious Mercenary Charged with defeating Optimus Prime in order to break the Autobot monopoly on Energon, with the promise of a completed physical body as his reward, Starscream was dispatched to the Autobots' Ocean City on Earth, where he engaged Prime in battle, but soon withdrew when the Autobot leader got the upper hand. Megatron Raid He soon turned to stealth, invisibly stalking Prime through the corridors of Ocean City, but the human Kicker's ability to sense Energon allowed him to detect Starscream and tip the Autobots off to his presence. Optimus Prime proceeded to call Starscream out and lead him through a space bridge to Earth's moon, but the battle between the two that ensued was interrupted by Megatron. Starscream exploited the distraction to blast Prime, and was then summoned back to Alpha Q, his task believed complete, but Prime was soon revived. Starscream the Mysterious MercenaryOn his return flight through space to his master, Starscream was redirected to join up with Scorponok, Alpha Q's mole within Megatron's forces, so that they could together make another attempt on Prime's life. Starscream battled Prime in the asteroid belt, but was ordered to pull out by Alpha Q in advance of Megatron's arrival on the scene. Battle of the Asteroid Belt He soon returned to Alpha Q's side, and watched as a Terrorcon swarm rained Energon successfully stolen from the Autobots down on them. Energon Tower Needing to retake Unicron's body from Megatron to further his plans, Alpha Q tasked Starscream with assassinating Megatron. Stealing inside the chaos-bringer's inert form, Starscream came upon Megatron in sleep mode and ran him through with his sword, only for the Decepticon leader to disappear in a flash of energy. He had, in fact, merged himself with Unicron and gained control of his incredible powers over matter and energy, and quickly turned them upon Starscream, attacking him with multiple Megatron duplicates and Energon shards. Recognizing his old subordinate at last, Megatron plunged Starscream into absolute darkness, taunting him and driving him to the brink of madness, urging him to discard everything of himself, before appearing to stab him through the spark. Succumbing to Megatron's will, Starscream collapsed. The Legend of Rodimus His memories of Alpha Q and his plans were wiped away, and he became Megatron's loyal servant, joining the Decepticons in attacking Jungle City. Crisis in Jungle City Starscream coerced from a reluctant Demolishor and Cyclonus information about Kicker's abilities which they had gained during their time among the Autobots. He was then among the Decepticons who attacked the ruins of Lunar City in a failed attempt to abduct Kicker for their own purposes. Kicker Beware! Later, Starscream found one of Alpha Q's Terrorcons spying on Megatron, but when Megatron took this as a cue to destroy all the Terrorcons he had stolen control of from the alien, an apologetic Starscream barred his way, intent on sparing the creatures their lives despite his loyalty to Megatron. The attack had actually been meant to force Scorponok to show his hand; when he did so, Starscream and Tidal Wave escorted him to Megatron, who hurled him into Earth's Energon grid, assuming Alpha Q would come to save his minion. Rodimus Friend or Foe? Alpha Q's ally Rodimus eventually appeared with his men to save Scorponok, and Starscream led the charge against them, but was disarmed by Rodimus and felled by a volley of fire from Landmine. The Decepticons withdrew, but Starscream was fighting ready again a short time later for an abortive attack on the Autobots' Miranda II. Go for Unicron! Starscream watched as Megatron used Unicron's powers to grant Demolishor a new body, then joined his leader in battling the Autobots on an icy world. The Return of Demolishor Soon after, Starscream reported to Megatron that the Miranada II had drawn to close to Unicron's body, but on his leader's orders, refrained from entering the battle that ensued. A Tale of Two Heros When the Autobots were repelled and fled through a space bridge, Starscream advocated pursuit and led the Decepticons after them, with Megatron moving Unicron into the bridge right behind them. After dogfighting with Jetfire during the bridge transit, Starscream was horrified to see that the bridge had deposited them all in Cybertron's orbit, and raced back to Megatron's throne room to urge him to pull Unicron back before he was destroyed by the planet's Energon grid. Battle Stations Unicron's appearance caused the Decepticons on Cybertron to riot, and Megatron and Starscream debated on how to best to exploit the chaos; Alpha Q: Identity Megatron settled on sending Starscream and his other troops down to the planet to exfiltrate war criminal Shockblast, who had escaped in the mayhem. Shockblast: Rampage Starscream fed Megatron updates as Decepticons abandoned Cybertron to join his forces on Unicron. No sooner had they arrived than Unicron's survival instinct unconsciously kicked in and he began feeding on those within him, and Starscream had to use his ghostly powers to avoid being impaled on energy-absorbing spikes Unicron generating within himself. Survival Instincts Megatron determined to sate Unicron's hunger with Cybertron itself, and Starscream was among the Decepticons sent down to the planet to deactivate its Energon grid in preparation for the feeding, still trying to play peacekeeper between the antagonistic Shockblast and his other comrades. Each One Fights... The plan failed, so instead, the Decepticons soon conducted an Energon raid on Primus's chamber, during which Starscream caught Optimus Prime off-guard and took him down. Unicron Unleashed With this Energon infusion, Unicron was able to transform to robot mode, at which point Shockblast revealed his true colors and attempt to usurp control of the planet-eater from Megatron. Fortunately for the Decepticon leader, Starscream was there to catch Shockblast unawares, holding him at sword-point. Open Fire! Just then, Alpha Q rammed Unicron's disembodied head into his side, creating tremors that sent Shockblast plummeting into Unicron's depths. Starscream gave chase, catching up to him just as he was confronting Optimus Prime, who then petitioned Starscream for his help in stopping Megatron. The loyal spectre ignored his words and moved to attack Prime, but was stopped by the newly arrived Wing Saber. The Energon reaction between Unicron's head and body subsequently opened a rift in reality through which Starscream joined Megatron in fleeing. Ripped Up Space Where'd you get the beauty scar, tough guy?In the new region of space on the other side of the rift, Alpha Q turned Unicron's head in an Energon sun to accomplish his plan of recreating the planets consumed by Unicron, but the Decepticons immediately began gathering Energon from them. In battle on Iron Planet, Starscream materialized to cover Megatron's escape, but got swatted away by Optimus Prime. Protection Later, when Shockblast—who had been captured by the Autobots—contacted Megatron to beg for assistance in escaping, Starscream accompanied his leader to free the turncoat. He and the liberated Shockblast were charged with hunting down the Autobot who had been Shockblast's guard, Inferno, who Megatron then infected with Decepticon programming. Imprisoned Inferno As battles in this star system continued, Starscream aided his leader in ambushing Optimus Prime in the skies over Jungle Planet, Jungle Planet and was then assigned to spy on the Autobots on the planet, but failed to stop a team of them from departing through a space bridge and returning with an Energon tower. Starscream took part in the Decepticons' attempt to steal Jungle Planet's Energon before the tower was activated, which also met with failure. Bulkhead Not long after, as Inferno's Decepticon programming began to overtake him, Starscream accompanied his leader to receive their new warrior, but the Autobot fought the process and turned on them. Only the timely intervention of Scorponok (also brainwashed by Megatron) stopped the suicidal Inferno from dragging Starscream into the sun. Farewell Inferno While Snow Cat and Demolishor were gathering Energon from the smaller planets on the system's fringes, Starscream brought them new orders from Megatron to convene on the newly-reborn Planet Q. Return! Our Scorponok A little later, when Megatron was taking out his frustrations on Shockblast, Starscream made him stop before he killed him. Crash Course After another successful Energon raid, Starscream and the Decepticons were followed back to Unicron's body by the Autobots, joined by new member Omega Supreme. Starscream and Scorponok tried taking on the ancient Autobot, but didn't even get off a single shot before he used his powers to seal them in energy bubbles and crash them into each other. Omega Supreme As the battle continued, Starscream was taken down by the restored Inferno, and he then withdrew inside Unicron's body to watch as Megatron reunited the chaos-bringer's head with his body. A Heroic Battle The Autobots continued their attack, and Starscream found himself facing Jetfire, Wing Saber and Bulkhead, leaving him unable to fetch more Energon when Megatron demanded it. The Power of Unicron The newly restored Unicron soon began to rage out of control, and turned against the Decepticons; Starscream saved Mirage from being sucked inside the planet-eater, severing the energy tendrils that had seized him. Optimus Supreme Realizing that Megatron himself had been overtaken by Unicron's consciousness, Starscream instructed Scorponok to keep clear of the growing battle, knowing that their power could add nothing to the conflict. Unicron Perishes And haters cared a little bit.Unicron was subsequently destroyed by Optimus Prime, and in the wake of the battle many of the Decepticons were imprisoned. Starscream and Scorponok avoided captured and soon regrouped with Megatron, who had survived the destruction of Unicron's body, launching an attack on Cybertron just as peace seemed to be settling in. Starscream hacked his way into the prison complex and liberated his comrades. Ambition This task done, Starscream was summoned by Megatron to a reservoir of Super Energon beneath the planet's surface; immersion in the liquid had transformed Megatron into Galvatron once again, but it had destroyed any Terrorcons who had attempted to absorb it, so Megatron charged Starscream with wading into the pool to see if he could survive the experience. Blindly loyal as ever, Starscream boldly strode into the pool, and was supercharged by its power, gaining a new color-scheme in the process—though not without some deal of pain. He and his leader unleashed their new power against the Autobots, crippling Cybertron's Energon grid and taking control of the planet, driving their enemies into hiding. WishesStarscream extrapolated the Autobots' logical hiding places, and the Decepticons pursued them to the orbiting Miranda II. Though the battle saw them bring down the ship, Starscream got pretty badly smacked around by Rodimus. Galvatron!At some point in time, Starscream was among the Decepticons who hacked into an Autobot virtual training program that took the form of a tag-team fighting tournament. Partnered with Galvatron, he bested Cyclonus and Demolishor (in their original forms), then defeated their upgraded forms, though it seemed that Galvatron did all the fighting. Galvatron then got fed up and left, and Starscream followed his lead. Distribution Starscream offered Galvatron advice as the Decepticons tightened their hold over Cybertron. Break Through He later battled Optimus Prime and Wing Saber in a subterranean city into which the Autobots had retreated, but was shot in the back by Superion Maximus. The Omega Train Pulling himself together, Starscream joined with Galvatron for another confrontation with the Autobots soon after; this time, Starscream found himself at the mercy of Omega Supreme's powers once again. The battle fell apart when Autobot reinforcements arrived, and Starscream advised his leader to retreat to regain control of the situation. Decepticon Army Getting things back in order proved challenging due to the recalcitrance of the Decepticons' new two-faced tech specialist Six Shot, who demanded an apology from Galvatron for recent mistreatment at his hands. Galvatron naturally refused, but Starscream stepped forward and bowed on his master's behalf, which was enough for Six Shot. That dealt with, he went out into battle with the other Decepticons again, but had to ghost away to avoid a bludgeoning by the combined might of Optimus Prime and Omega Supreme. Ironhide Team "I do believe I'm on fire."Six Shot's trickery continued to caused further trouble, so Starscream was assigned to stay behind in the control room and watch over him during the Decepticons' next battle. When the Autobots staged a two-pronged attack, however, Starscream was forced to leave him to counter their attack; Six Shot's refusal to follow orders soon resulted in the accidental destruction of the Energon towers, and a furious Galvatron had Starscream abandon the battle to bring Six Shot under control. Formidable When the corridors into the control complex became locked down, Starscream investigated and discovered that Demolishor, Snow Cat and Mirage had been tricked into leaving Six Shot unsupervised, and he had disappeared, leaving the Autobots' human ally Sally Jones to sneak into the control room and cause chaos. She let the Autobots in, and Starscream and the other Decepticons tried in vain to hold them off before eventually pulling out. Galvatron Terror Concurrently, Galvatron indulged in a second Super Energon immersion, which transformed him into a planet-sized titan. Starscream and the Decepticons harried the Autobots as they attempted to retreat in the face of this giant horror; then, when Optimus Prime attempted to battle Galvatron, Starscream kept Hot Shot from interfering. Destructive Power Prime and Galvatron's battle moved to Jungle Planet, where they both came under the influence of Unicron, whose consciousness still survived within Galvatron. Starscream continued to prevent anyone from coming between the two combatants, including even the other Decepticons. Spark Galvatron finally managed to conquer Unicron's influence long enough to hurl himself into the new sun Primus had created from the Super Energon, preferring to perish than to live as a puppet. Starscream, loyal to the very end, flew alongside his leader and disappeared into the stellar flames with him. The Sun Cybertron cartoonVoice actor: Michael Dobson (English), Takaya Kuroda (Japanese), Xia Lei (Chinese), Mieczyslaw Moranski (Polish), Marco Kröger (German), Pauli Virta (Finnish) Figueroa? I barely know 'er!A decade after Starscream and Galvatron disappeared into Primus's sun, the deity's plan to contain Unicron's spark failed when the sun collapsed, becoming a deadly black hole that threatened Cybertron. The pair were freed, but were not unchanged: Galvatron was now Megatron again, wearing an armor forged from Unicron's remains, and Starscream's mind was his own once more. But within that mind grew a new ambition—now, Starscream sought to oust Megatron and become the leader of the Decepticons, then the universe.From within their new base in Megatron's fire dimension, the duo knew the time to strike had come when they learned that the ancient Transformer Vector Prime had approached the Autobots on Cybertron with information about the legendary Cyber Planet Keys, which could be used to seal the black hole. While Starscream caused a distraction, attacking the Autobots outside their base, Megatron teleported inside the complex and stole Vector Prime's map to the Cyber Planet Key locations, intending to use them for his own evil purposes. Starscream grappled with Landmine, and sent him tumbling toward the black hole, then carried his leader away to safety on the back of his vehicle mode. Fallen Following the map to an asteroid field that they believed to be the location of the first key, Megatron and Starscream's search came up empty; Megatron nearly destroyed the map in anger, but Starscream stopped him, having realized that it was ancient and improperly aligned to the current layout of the cosmos. Vector Prime and a team of Autobots then attacked them, but Starscream and Megatron repelled them and retained possession of the map. Inferno Starscream was eager to make the search for the Cyber Planet Keys the Decepticons' focus, but Megatron was intrigued by the Autobots' relocation to Earth and decided to investigate. The pair staged an attack on the Autobots, but were beaten back without their ever learning that their enemies had been constructing a hidden base. Haven They returned for another bout soon after, but an underhanded rear attack from Starscream only wound up activating Optimus Prime's Cyber Key Power, with which he repelled the villains. Hidden While Megatron departed Earth for Velocitron to seek the first Cyber Planet Key, Starscream, together with Thundercracker, was charged with searching Earth for the Keys' focusing device, the Omega Lock. Following the Autobots to a Mexican museum that potentially held a lead to the Lock's location, Starscream unveiled his new Cyber Key-powered swords and engaged in a rematch with Landmine, who was still smarting after their previous battle. Outnumbered and with the museum lead proven false, Starscream called for retreat. Landmine Starscream repeated his strategy a while later, following the Autobots to the British Isles; this time, he fought a little smarter, refusing to let the Autobots lure him into range of their ground-bound weaponry, but Thundercracker was not so wise, and brought defeat on the pair with his carelessness. Space The pair tried to get proactive after this, with Starscream staging an attack that kept the Autobots busy so that Thundercracker could follow their trail back to their secret headquarters, but they were duped with a fake base. Rush After a successful training session, Starscream met with Megatron to provide an update on his search for the Omega Lock. Met with the expected chastisement for his failures, Starscream began plotting for the future, secretly revealing that he had taken possession of the Planet Map at some point, and replaced Megatron's with a copy. After Megatron returned to Velocitron, Starscream discovered Thundercracker had tried to enact a plan of his own, luring the Autobots to him with a huge spotlight. He was quite willing to exploit the opportunity to put his training to the test, but when humans drew near their battleground, he surprised Optimus Prime by calling the fight off so that they could ensure their existence was kept secret from Earth's populace. Starscream then paid a brief visit to Velocitron, where he took Megatron's new goons Ransack and Crumplezone on a mission to menace Red Alert to test their capabilities. Speed Returning to Earth to continue his search for the Omega Lock, Starscream took Thundercracker in chasing a lead to west Africa, but came up empty once again. They had more luck when they followed Vector Prime and the Autobots' human friends to the Sahara, where they uncovered a ruined temple and what appeared to be the Omega Lock, but the discovery proved to be another facsimile. Time Starscream then accompanied Megatron to the Jungle Planet, home of the second Cyber Planet Key, where he was shocked by the bestial alternate modes of the native Transformers. Starscream advocated simply destroying the beast-bots and taking the Key, but Megatron favored subterfuge, so Starscream headed back to Earth. Search Once there, he picked up the Omega Lock search once again, trailing the Autobots to the Bermuda Triangle and battling them underwater. They discovered the ancient Cybertronian starship Atlantis hidden within the Triangle, which Vector Prime teleported away. Deep Starscream tracked the Atlantis to the dark side of the moon, but during the subsequent space battle between the Autobots and Decepticons, he was randomly attacked by the newly arrived Sideways, who then suddenly turned on the Autobots he had just helped, leaving all involved entirely mystified. The battle ended when the Autobot took possession of the Omega Lock from within the Atlantis, and Starscream called retreat when the ship exploded. Ship "Join me, and together, we can rule the universe as father and...dammit it's hard to do a good Vader impression these days!After outright refusing to obey Megatron's instructions to join him on Velocitron, Starscream decided to start making some decisions for himself, and expanded his forces by recruiting the disillusioned Autobot Mudflap to his cause. Race He even tracked down and brought the enigmatic Sideways into the Decepticon fold, though he newcomer messing with Starscream almost right away: when Starscream's fake map led Megatron to an empty sector of space, he radioed Starscream to discuss further action, and a disguised Sideways cut in on the transmission to dupe the pair into traveling to Jungle Planet for a battle with the Autobots. Savage Starscream stayed on Jungle Planet and watched as Megatron trained up for his next bout with Optimus Prime, secretly hoping to see the Autobot leader destroy Megatron. Sand He then joined the Decepticons in making a final play for Velocitron's Cyber Planet Key; they failed and the Autobots succeeded in acquiring the key and installing it in the Omega Lock, causing a release of energy that Starscream, out in space at the time, sensed. Champion The lock's signal led the Autobots to the Arctic, and Starscream and Mudflap followed them there to gain information about the mystery, menacing the Autobots' human allies in the process. The pair battled Scattorshot, who held them off until the other Autobots turned up, forcing Starscream to order withdrawal. IceReturning to Jungle Planet, Starscream and Sideways surreptitiously observed planet leader Scourge preparing for a battle with Optimus Prime. Honor Concerned for the battle's outcome, Megatron had Starscream and the other Decepticons attempt to prevent the Autobots from arriving at the designated hour, but their delaying tactics met with failure. Primal Prime subsequently defeated Megatron and won the Jungle Planet's Cyber Planet Key, prompting a furious Megatron to lead Starscream and Thundercracker in a bombing run on Scourge's temple. Prime played a shell game with the Key to hide it from the Decepticons; deducing that Leobreaker and Snarl had the real key, Megatron and Starscream went after them. Starscream kept Snarl busy while Megatron tried to obtain the key, but the other Autobots rallied in time to fend the villains off. Trust When the ancient Autobot Crosswise was freed from his frozen prison on Earth, Starscream knew it was time to make his move. Professing to have divined from the Planet Map the location of the third Cyber Planet Key, he sent Megatron and the other Decepticons off to the depths of space, while he and Sideways headed for Earth and trailed Crosswise, intending to force from him the key's true location, somewhere on Earth. What Starscream found instead was a vast underground holding cell in which Crosswise had imprisoned the ancient Decepticons of his time. Liberating the ancient Decepticons to serve him, Starscream sent them out to scour the planet for the key, pausing only to communicate with Megatron. As Starscream revealed his ambition to his ex-leader at last, the duplicate map he had given Megatron expanded into a metallic sphere that imprisoned the Decepticons, keeping them out of Starscream's way as his quest began in earnest. Trap The Autobots retaliated by confronting Starscream directly, but were forced to withdraw when he badly wounded Optimus Prime. Invasion Seeing no recourse, the Autobots had Crosswise's ally Evac recover Earth's Cyber Planet Key from its hiding place in preparation for a retreat to Velocitron. Starscream attempted to intercept Evac mid-transit, but failed; instead, he followed him back to the Autobots' base and fought his way through the entire Autobot army to get to the Omega Lock and the keys. Managing to take down every able Autobot—though losing a sword to Leobreaker in the process—Starscream confronted Optimus Prime himself, and was able to successfully purloin the lock and all three keys by firing upon the Autobots' human allies, thereby forcing Prime to abandon the fight to save them. Retreat Retreating to a small volcanic island in the South Pacific, Starscream added the Earth key to the Omega Lock Revelation and began the lengthy process of absorbing the energy of Primus that the lock started to emit. Critical Assault Eventually, the infusion of Primus's energy transformed Starscream into a skyscraper-sized giant, complete with a crown of leadership and a new Cyber Key cannon to replace his lost sword. Bursting from the volcano's erupting cone, Starscream was soon faced with a freed and furious Megatron; both combatants began surging with such Energon power that the Autobots had to intervene to prevent them from coming into contact with one another and causing a catastrophic reaction. Starscream Megatron soon broke off the fight to focus on acquiring the Omega Lock, leaving the Autobots to keep Starscream busy. The giant Decepticon used his new powers to levitate the shattered terrain, creating a barrier of rocks, but this proved the unexpected key to his defeat: uniting in purpose to navigate the debris field, Optimus Prime and Autobot aerial ace Wing Saber combined into Sonic Wing Mode and brought Starscream to his knees. Defeated, the unconscious Starscream was teleported away to the remains of the Atlantis by Sideways to recuperate. United Starscream awoke a short time later, drained of much of the power the spark of Primus had granted him, but retaining his towering height. Learning from Sideways that, during his convalescence, the Autobots had used the Lock and Keys to transform Cybertron into the body of Primus himself, Starscream immediately made a beeline for the Transformers' homeworld. After a brief battle with the Autobots, he turned to attacking Primus directly, but the planet-sized god unveiled a pair of colossal cannons that blasted Starscream off into space. Balance During Starscream's attack on Primus, Sideways abducted the Mini-Con Jolt, and Starscream returned with them to the Atlantis to supervise Sideways's attempt to download the location of the fourth Cyber Planet Key from the Mini-Con's memory. With that underway, Starscream returned to Cybertron to make another play for the Omega Lock; en route, he crossed paths with Thunderblast, former member of his ancient Decepticon army, and forcibly instructed her to get the Lock for him. Memory Afraid to disobey, Thunderblast instead tricked Starscream into coming down the planet's surface by professing she needed help carrying the Lock, leading to a battle between him and Megatron. When the Autobots got involved, Starscream withdrew to the Atlantis and warped the ship away to hide it from his enemies. Escape Preparing to depart for Gigantion, home of the final Cyber Planet Key, the Autobots re-energized Primus's body so he could hold the black hole at bay during their absence. Unfortunately, Starscream sensed Primus's reawakening and warped the Atlantis onto the scene, plunging himself directly into the beam of energy Primus was firing in the singularity's heart. Absorbing Primus's energy through the beam, Starscream grew to planet-size and engaged his own living god in battle. The fight was short and none too sweet, as Starscream was bludgeoned into submission by weapons made from Cybertron's moons and drained of his excess power. Titans Using the co-ordinates derived from Jolt's memory, Starscream took the Atlantis to the spatial warp that led to Gigantion. He arrived at the same time as the Autobots on board the Ogygia and opened fire on them, but they escaped his wrath. Warp Both ships made it through the warp, and Starscream set the damaged Atlantis down in a crevice on Gigantion's surface. The Autobots soon discovered and attacked the ship, intending to rescue their human friend Bud Hansen, who had, unbeknownst to Starscream, been trapped in the bowels of the ship for some time. Starscream turned the ship's guns on the invading Autobots, but Gigantion native Quickmix gummed up his plan by burying the spaceship in tons of cement. City With the Atlantis lost to him, Starscream had to blast his way out of the crippled ship, and then began making his way down through the planet's many layers, heading for the Cyber Planet Key's resting place in the starship Lemuria on Gigantion's lowest level. He arrived just behind Landmine, who used the Cyber Planet Key's power to temporarily turn himself into a giant, finally gaining the opportunity to revenge himself upon Starscream for the injuries he inflicted at the beginning of the black hole crisis. Starscream was blasted out of the Lemuria and sunk to the bottom of the lake in which it rested. Optimus Although put down by Landmine, Starscream was not out. Subsequently, Megatron—now Galvatron yet again—stole the Omega Lock and all four keys, and Starscream challenged him to a final battle for possession of them. Declaring that he had given himself over to his pursuit of power, and had no reason to hold back as he had nothing to lose, Starscream maintained the upper hand in the resultant clash, using his ability to increase the mass of his body and null cannons to reduce Galvatron to the verge of destruction. At the climatic point of the battle, Starscream and Galvatron both channeled unprecedented levels of energy, and so incredible was the reaction when the two fully-powered combatants collided that space and time itself was rent asunder by the final explosion. Starscream was hurtled into another dimension along with the interfering Sideways and Soundwave, leaving only his crown drifting through space. Showdown Eventually, after the black hole was sealed and Galvatron's ambition was thwarted, the Decepticon leader stood dejected on an asteroid, wondering what was next for him. Somehow, Starscream briefly reached out across the dimensions, apparently via the fire dimension, and mocked his former commander for giving up, fueling his rage and inspiring him to one last battle with Optimus Prime. UnfinishedAs the Autobots made preparations to begin their new galaxy-spanning space bridge initiative, Wing Saber—having departed from the rest of the Autobots to continue with his "loner" lifestyle—radioed Optimus to report that he had found a lead on Starscream's trail and was pursuing it. Landmine and a reformed Mudflap departed to aid him, and would eventually encounter Starscream within what appeared to be the fire dimension. Beginning Cybertron comic "Oh, Over-Run. Who will they ever find to replace you? ANYONE! Hahahahaha!"During the early stages of the black hole crisis, the disembodied Mini-Con Over-Run recalled how Starscream, back when he was an Energon ghost, had killed his physical body just as he was uploading himself into Cybertron's planetary mainframe. Revelations Part 2This event would have taken place in unpublished issues of Dreamwave's Energon comic; see that section of Starscream's article for more details. The Cybertron comic, however, is set concurrently with the cartoon, making this conflation of continuities confusing. The Unicron Singularity's unraveling effect on all of space and time, mentioned in the same scene as this flashback occurs, is responsible for combining the timelines in this way.Retrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Starscream_(Armada)/Cartoon_continuity&oldid=1228227" Categories: Character stubs missing fictionArmada AutobotsArmada DecepticonsCloud DecepticonsCybertron DecepticonsDecepticon leadersDimension hoppersEnergon DecepticonsGhostsLegends DecepticonsSeekersTurncoats
     

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