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Transformers:The War of Tragety

By sparks

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It has been five years since the war of Chicago.The Autobots have disapeared and lost and the Decepticons have won,claiming the Earth as their second Cybertron.The humans are helpless and have nothing to do but to watch their wold crumble before their hands.It is just getting worse and worse by the days go by.Till one day,a young girl goes against the Decepticon's authorities and sneaks out past the gate limits.What happens when she discovers something that can harm her life for good?Or will it help human kind be saved one and for all?

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  I can't bieleve it.All of the things they have done for us and our race doesn't do a thing in return.The Decepticons have taken over our planet.It has been five years,since I saw Earth turn into the world we now call their second Cybertron.If anybody mentions the real name of our wold,will be terminated.The Autobots have disapeared,nowhere to be seen.Some of us think they are dead,some of us think they abandoned us and gave up,leaving this planet.That is all they want us to think.They want us to think low before ourselves.They don't want us to have any hope for our Earth.They want us to think only a few things in return.One,Earth is now theirs.Two,the Autobots will never return again.


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