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Some errors with your timeline, mainly you said NASA discovered Sentinel Prime which is false.
Sentinel locked himself away inside the crash vault (Ironhide literally asks if anyone checked the vault), there is even a shot where as Buzz and Neil are departing where the camera pans down through a crack in the floor to reveal Sentinel underneath them.
Sentinel is not discovered until Optimus and Ratchet travel to the moon onboard the Xantium and search The Ark themselves.
It doesn’t make sense at all. In the first movie they said the allspark created life but in the fourth movie they say that the creators brought life using cyberforming tech. But in the last night it says that Quintessa is the creator, and who is Unicron supposed to be. Is Unicron supposed to be rival of primas or a planet eater like in g1 or what, and how come the comics say different stuff then the regular movies. Also what does Optimus mean when he calls the Dinobots “legendary warriors”. If the allspark kills people when you put in a transformers chest then how do they have a toy line called allspark tech where you stick an allspark in the toys chest and it activates lights and sounds? I have to admit that it’s a pretty cool toy line but just doesn’t make sense with the whole “allspark kills transformers when sticking it in there chest” concept.
Could you answer all those questions?
First of the creators created the transformer race by cyberforming organic planets using seeds and turning organic matter into transformium, a rare unstable metal not found on earth's periodic table of elements. Transformium is unstable, hence giving transformers the ability to transform. While seeds planted by the creators can be used to create transformium, the physical body of transformers, in order for transformers to come to life, they must have a spark. Without which transformers will have no sentience and will be deactivated. The spark is produced by the allspark and is like the 'human heart' of the transformers. It is unknown where the allspark/cube comes from. In the last knight, the 12 guardian knights of Iacon who were tasked with the protection of quintessa claimed that Quintessa was the great deceiver meaning that what she says may not be true. Then again the creators are not specifically said to come from one species or race of aliens meaning that the creators could refer to multiple types of aliens and quintessa is one of them in the event that she is telling the truth. Optimus and the dinobots are cybertronian knights who were crusaders and are from a different knight group from the 12 guardian knights of Iacon who form dragonstorm in the last knight. There are 2 different knight groups, Cybertronian knights and the 12 guardian knights of Iacon, don't be confused by the 2 groups.
Hence optimus referred to his fellow cybertronian knights in the form of dinobots as legendary warriors. Unicron is a special transformer not created by the creators and is enemies with quintessa and possibly other creators and is basically something like tfp's unicron i assume. At this point we don't know too much about bayverse unicron. I don't think the allspark tech toys are canon to the movie. Also remember the allspark is made up of raw energy it can be used to create a spark giving life to a transformer, it can also be used to overload spark with too much energy thereby extinguishing their spark as demostrated by sam when he pushed the cube into megatron's chest in the first movie. I hope i have cleared some things up.
As far as I know no further transformers movies are being made due to the bad reviews following the past two releases. The one in development was canceled as well after The Last Knight’s reviews came in.
1.Bumblebee the movie (coming out on Dec 2018)
2. Transformers (2007)
3. Transformers Revenge Of The Fallen (2009)
4. Transformers Dark Of The Moon (2011)
5. Transformers Age Of Extinction (2014)
6. Transformers The Last Knight (2017)
Transformers 2 was terrible..,okay it is 💩,Transformers 1 was awesome and Optimus looks awesome,Transformers 3 was WTH?!?,Transformers 4 was 😑 😓while Transformers 5 was 😑😓.
Transformers movie makes absolutely no sense,may the BEST auto-bot’s Rest In Peace, Optimus is still awesome EVEN though he’s in a terrible movie...,WHY Optimus do you have to be in a terrible movie BUT look so awesome and kick decepticon butt in a terrible movie?!?.
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