Slipstream called “dibs” on capturing the Cyclones, which concerned Bumblebee, as it seemed a big job for a lone Mini-Con. Drift assured him that he was okay with Slipstream taking on the task. Optimus returned to Earth once more to fill Bumblebee and his team in on events on Cybertron—the Autobot Council has been mind-controlling the planet’s population. As Optimus’s team would be recognized, the Bee Team headed to their home planet in Prime’s ship with Bumblebee assuming a new color scheme as a disguise. Partway there, they discovered that Steeljaw had stowed away and though Bumblebee was reluctant to let him help, Steeljaw assisted their passage through Cybertron’s defenses. They eventually managed to corral the tricky Decepticon, and Bumblebee admitted he had underestimated how tough the grunt work was.
- Though fearful of what would happen, Optimus was able to remove the Chamber and begin Cybertron’s healing.
- Cody and the Rescue Bots learn about the value of friendship when Dr. Morocco’s best friend, the famous writer Jules Verne, travels through time to find him.
- In fire engine mode, he has both a fire hose and a rescue ladder, as well as presumably a hose to use the city’s hydrants so as not to draw upon his own reserves.
- He dislikes the fact the Rescue Bots have to pretend they are mindless robots whenever they are around Griffin Rock’s citizens.
- Robots and humans saving the day, working together the Rescue Bots way!
- Rescue Bots also uses a animation style similar to that of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic, and has a fairly impressive voice cast consisting of Steve Blum, Maurice LaMarche, and LeVar Burton, among others.
After Cody had the idea to use a weather machine to create snow, Burns joined in with a snow fight, but ended up having to go rescue people when the machine went out of control. Chief Burns accompanied Chase as they chased down Doc Greene’s out-of-control solar car and stopped it plunging into a ravine. This subject of this article goes by multiple names that apply to other articles as well.
Transformers: Rescue Bots
During Season 2’s T-Cog story arc, he gains a second form of a white rescue helicopter. Whirl – an enthusiastic police trainee who, like Chase, has studied the rules of being a Rescue Bot, and who serves as the team’s optimist and sister figure. She latest verson of Transformers Rescue Bots transforms into a blue and light gray police helicopter, and later adopts a blue squad car form during Season 2’s Multi-change story arc. Part of a multi-character set, this version of Boulder transforms into a heavy-duty arctic plow.
Heatwave was unimpressed with the brash Blurr beating him in a race by cheating, and bungling a rescue, and even less so when it turned out Blurr had been lying about his past, but Optimus convinced him to give Blurr another chance. After being rescued from a whirlpool by High Tide, Heatwave found himself and his team placed under the new Autobot’s command for some water training. Chafing under High Tide’s command, Heatwave eventually snapped and quit the training, but later led the operation to secure an oil spill.
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Once the mission is finished, a bar will appear with several keys on it. The success of a mission is determined by the level and symbol of the chosen transformer. The number of keys you have earned will determine how many gifts you can open.
Vehicle mode looks fine, but his robot mode could have used a few more paint apps on his legs. Transformers Rescue Bots is a series in the Transformers franchise, targeted towards preschool children. Two episodes first aired as a sneak preview in December of 2011, with the series premiering properly in 2012.