Expected-Characters

The content in this page is unofficial and not released as part of the game. As such it can change
any moment.

Expected Decepticon astrotrain, blackarachnia
Expected Autobot cheetor, laseroptimus, paddles, springer

Astrotrain
– Expected Decepticon

Class:Triple

Short bio: Astrotrain loves sowing confusion and chaos – using his two alt. modes to destabilize and unsettle opponents.

Long bio: If there’s one thing that Astrotrain enjoys above all else, it’s sowing confusion and chaos in his wake.
He uses his two alt. modes to destabilize and unsettle opponents, switching rapidly between train and space shuttle in any battle or pursuit, until finally delivering the coup de grace.

He thrives on panic and fear, but when he’s finished toying he delights in making sure the battle ends in as much wanton destruction as possible.

Blackarachnia
– unknown

Class:Special

Short bio: Blackarachnia is the epitome of the femme fatale and always looks out for number one first and foremost.

Long bio: Smart, alluring and dangerous, Blackarachnia has eight legs and knows how to use them.
She is the epitome of the femme fatale and, while she wears the insignia of a Predacon, has no great regard for Megatron’s leadership and always looks out for number one first and foremost.

Forever planning and plotting, weaving devious web-like strategies to trap the unwary, Blackarachnia makes sure she always comes out on top.

Cheetor
– unknown

Class:Special

Short bio: Cheetor lives life to the full and at high velocity, but that full throttle attitude often gets him into deep trouble.

Long bio: Full of youthful overconfidence, the devil-may-care Cheetor lives life to the full and at high velocity.

However, that reckless, full throttle attitude often gets him into deep trouble, sometimes more than he can handle solo (not that he’d ever admit it).
It’s fair to say that Cheetor’s overbearing enthusiasm sometimes grates on the nerves of his Maximal teammates. Nevertheless, they appreciate his speed and agility in battle.

Laser Optimus – Expected Autobot

Class:Warrior

Short bio: Following a battle Optimus Prime was reprogrammed into a sleeker, stronger, combat-ready configuration.

Long bio: ollowing a battle which left him grievously wounded, Optimus Prime’s entire structural integrity and circuitry processors were reprogrammed into a sleeker, stronger, combat-ready configuration.

With a new giant laser-targeting rocket launcher, ripple-fire missile blaster and armor-piercing discs, Optimus is ready to immobilize Megatron once and for all.

Potential skill: Ricochet Mode
For [FCB620]15 seconds[-] fire plasma discs dealing [FCB620][StatValue][-] damage and [FCB620]bouncing[-] onto up to [FCB620]4 nearby targets[-] [BDBDBD](20% dmg reduction per bounce).[-]

Megatron – Expected Decepticon

Class:Warrior

Short bio: Fierce and ruthless, Megatron’s true art lies in manipulation, orchestrating his schemes with the precision of a virtuoso.

Long bio: Though fierce and ruthless like his namesake, and determined to further the Predacon cause whatever the cost, Megatron’s true art lies in manipulation.
Why do yourself what others can do for you, is Megatron’s credo.

Cunning, patient, Megatron orchestrates his vast schemes with the precision of a virtuoso. But his twisted sense of humor and overdeveloped sense of drama make him a little too fond of his own cleverness.

Paddles – Expected Autobot

Class:Warrior

Springer
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Class:Triple

Short bio: Springer’s wisecracking attitude and unflinching optimism have seen him through plenty of tough times.

Long bio: "I’ve got better things to do today than die," is Springer’s laconic retort to even the most fraught and dangerous situations.
His wisecracking, easy-going attitude and unflinching optimism have seen him through plenty of tough times, as has his mighty strength and incredible pogo like leaping abilities.

With two alt. modes, he throws himself into battle with abandon – always willing to sacrifice himself for his friends or the mission.

Where does the data come from?

On the Android platform the game includes a configuration file,
which is used to make in game labels and texts more manageable.
The game code uses various keys, and the configuration file lists
which text belongs to that key.

If you have a app that can show you all the files on your device
(for example FileCommander), the file can be located on the internal storage:

  1. Internal Storage
  2. /Android
  3. /data
  4. /com.backflipstudios.transformersearthwars
  5. /files
  6. /LangConfig.bytes

Open the file using a text editor.
(Sharing the file to your laptop via e-mail or other channels might make this task easier.)
Then look for all labels name bio-{somecharacter} to reveal which characters are known to the game. The
list shown above is the result of comparing the names in the code to the available characters on the official wiki
page: http://wiki.transformersearthwars.com/wiki:characters.