anonymous asked:

Hey blue! I got a question. Which transformers yandere do you consider to be the most dangerous and which least dangerous? And why?

This is so funny, because I legit was thinking about this exact same thing just the other day and was planning to make a post about it!  XD  Here you are, lovelies!  For all your yandere headcanon needs!

Tier 1 Yanderes:  The “baby” or “accidental” yanderes.  They really don’t know what to do with themselves or how to talk to you, so they just end up coming off as kind of weird and needy.  They might even be a little bit intimidated by your charm and your friendliness.  They tend to follow you around secretly and/or spy on you, and you might find a couple of your things go missing, but overall, they’re pretty harmless.  

Threat level: Nonexistent, but still kind of creepy.

  • Swerve
  • Skids
  • Fort Max
  • Red Alert
  • Smokescreen
  • Chromedome
  • Rodimus
  • Ultra Magnus
  • Blades
  • The Vehicons 

Tier 2 Yanderes:  There’s usually an equal balance of power on both sides.  Maybe you two or already friends, or even dating.  They seem normal most of the time, but there are times when they can come off as slightly controlling or a little possessive.  If they see someone as a threat, they will retaliate in subtle (or sometimes not so subtle) ways.  They tend to be overly cuddly and handsy, but won’t push your boundaries too much. 

 Threat level: Safe, but everyone else had better watch their back.

  • Deathasaurus 
  • Prowl
  • Swindle
  • Tailgate
  • Cyclonus
  • Rewind
  • Brainstorm
  • Nautica 
  • Predaking
  • Chop Shop 
  • Chase
  • Heatwave
  • Blurr

Tier 3 Yanderes:  They’re bolder and far more cunning than the previous ones.  They feel no shame in spying on you or taking your things.  They spend hours cultivating plans to get their hands on you and get the others out of the picture.  They’ll use whatever tricks necessary to win you over, be it lying, manipulation, sabotage, or even in certain cases memory loss.  Anyone who gets in their way is quietly removed from the equation be it in a peaceful way or not.  Possible chance of getting kidnapped.  

Threat level:  Worrying, you won’t suffer any damage, but you better be looking for a way out.   

  • Rung
  • Nightbeat
  • Getaway
  • Perceptor
  • Drift
  • Ratchet
  • Optimus Prime
  • Blackarachnia 
  • Whirl

Tier 4 Yanderes:  These guys mean business.  They have no qualms about kidnapping you and keeping you as a hostage, or in some cases, a pet.  It varies from individual to individual, but you probably won’t suffer any physical damage, depending on how much they care for you (provided you don’t try to run away, that is).  There’s a lot of intimidation and power play involved and depending on the yandere in question, they might not take no for an answer when it comes to physical intimacy.

Threat level:  High!  You need to find a way to contact someone STAT!

  • Tarn
  • Pharma
  • Kaon
  • Megatron
  • Starscream
  • Soundwave
  • Shockwave
  • Knock Out
  • Lugnut
  • Blitzwing
  • Thunderhoof
  • Steeljaw
  • Fracture
  • Lockdown
  • Tyrest

Tier 5 Yanderes:  You’re fragged.  There’s no other way to put it.  These scary ass mofos don’t know the difference between love and obsession and actually get a kick out of watching you suffer.  If you’re lucky, they’ll kill you quickly after they’ve had their fun, if not…  Well, I hope you have a high tolerance for pain. 

Threat level:  Ultimate!!!  Only a miracle from Primus can save you now!

  • Overlord
  • Tarantulas 
  • Airachnid
  • Galvatron 

Have a Moonracer ref, for an original TF universe! I got the idea last year to make a universe inspired by Disney movies, with a bunch of standalone stories that would have the potential to cross over. Moonie’s story would take place on Velocitron, and at the very least it would set up the reasons why she’d eventually go to Cybertron.

Design-wise I know she’s lacking in vehicle kibble, but that’s because her alt’s so sleek it looks less like a sports car and more like a TRON cycle. I tried to draw it too, but uh… it kinda just looked like an egg on wheels, so I cut it out. Vehicles are tricky, man!

This is actually kind of old now; it’s been sitting around on my computer since April. I was holding off on posting it because I was planning to make references for Knock Out and Breakdown, then post all of them in a set. Real life priorities got in the way, as they tend to do, but I do hope to get back to working on this eventually.


Меня просили рассказать о косметике, так что я решила снять, как я делаю мэйкап. Обычно это занимает 15 минут.
Надеюсь, что видео откроется у вас♥

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LEVIATHOUS [ Fusion of Rodimus / Ultra Magnus / Drift

The Alexandrite of the fusions. A rare first timer, Leviathous is the combination of all 3 captains of the Lost Light. Even though he’s been fused rarely between the captains, he’s a serious boss with a serious face. An extendable mouth allows him to breathe massive fire and spit fire massive fire balls at this enemies. He possesses all the weaponry of the captains plus their fusion combinations. Leviathous might seem like a silent bad guy on the outside but on the inside, he cares deeply for his crew and his autobot comrades.

DIABAS [Fusion of Tarn / Vos / Tesarus / Kaon / Helex ]

Decepticons had a saying that “fusion was reserved for weaker bots while combiners were naturally strong”. Since it was from Megatron himself, the DJD has restrained from using fusion since they’re already considered powerful and threatening. But when push comes to shove and their precious leader has stepped down, Tarn decides to preform a “taboo” act within Decepticon ranks. 

Diabas only formed on Necroworld one time, as far as others know. He resembled an enormous parasite worm, mirroring how Megatron thinks of the DJD. Diabas can morph his face into a giant tentacle like mouth to eat his enemies heads off while restraining them with his 6 arms. With two extra arms on the back of his shoulders, Diabas can pull out two electric poles and stab his enemies with an electrical shock. The glass case of hot lava-like fluid can burn through any material and he can vomit this substance up at his foes. He possesses all the weapons of the DJD that are merged together throughout his body. 

Anyone remember when Super Watermelon Island was so hyped a couple of months ago? Steven Universe has had such a HUGE flood of episodes when I got out of college that matching events between MTMTE and SU has been a bit difficult! But just a reminder that this AU stuff is separate from the MTMTE canon events! 

anonymous asked:

Hi there, lovely artist! You probably get this alot, but thank you for taking the time to draw and post all these wonderful Transformers fanart. You've really inspired me to try my hand at doing the same, and also made me into a bigger fangirl than I am now xD. But anyways, my question for you: For the comic aspect of this TF universe, which comic book series should one start reading first? In what order after that one, as well?

Hello there, Lovely Anon! Thank you so much, I am so glad you like my work! ;w; I’m very excited to hear I could inspire you, that really means a lot to me! Thank you!

For the comics, I suggest you start reading MTMTE (More than meets the eye)! Volume one starts off with Death of Optimus Prime, a one-shot that is the starting point for both MTMTE and RID (Robots in Disguise, the series that keeps changing its title :’D). It’s where I began reading too and it worked well for me!

Then I suggest you read through MTMTE and parallel to that read RID, the two stories take place simultaneously and sometimes get together for events so it’s good to have read both of them! And after that, it’s honestly like it is with most other comics: If something interests you, check it out! If something isn’t for you, drop it! So in short: I’d say start with MTMTE!

Edit: I’ve been sent this link where you can find every IDW issue in chronological order! Thank you very much for the link, @dj-the-autobot !

I hope this answers your question!


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