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==Series overview==
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This is a '''list of episodes''' from the animated television series ''Beast Wars: Transformers''. The series premiered on September 16, 1996 and ended on March 7, 1999. A total of 52 episodes were produced.
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! colspan="2"|Season !! Episodes !! Season Premiere !! Season Finale
 
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|align="center"| '''[[#Season 1: 1996–1997|1]]'''
 
|align="center"| 26
 
|align="center"| September 16, 1996
 
|align="center"| April 1, 1997
 
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|bgcolor=#4d5180 height="5px"|
 
|align="center"| '''[[#Season 2: 1997–1998|2]]'''
 
|align="center"| 13
 
|align="center"| October 26, 1997
 
|align="center"| March 13, 1998
 
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|bgcolor=#99ff99 height="5px"|
 
|align="center"| '''[[#Season 3: 1998–1999|3]]'''
 
|align="center"| 13
 
|align="center"| October 25, 1998
 
|align="center"| March 7, 1999
 
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==Episodes==
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==Season 1 (1996-1997)==
===Season 1: 1996–1997===
 
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|Title= Final Space Battle
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|4|17}}
 
|ProdCode=00
 
|EpisodeNumber=0
 
|ShortSummary=With Megatorn and Prime battle of the moon, prime dead for desrtoy the planet and the Predacons is not born. Note This Pilot is Unaired of USA.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Beast Wars, Part 1
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|9|16}}
 
|ProdCode=01
 
|EpisodeNumber=1
 
|ShortSummary=After travelling into the distant past via a transwarp drive, the [[Maximal (Transformers)|Maximals]] battle the [[Predacon (Transformers)|Predacons]] in outer space, but both ships crash land on a mysterious planet. They scan for beast forms to protect their robot forms from the planet's large amount of [[Energon]]. Enraged by the apparent failure to land on Earth, [[Dinobot]] challenges [[Megatron (Beast Era)|Megatron]] for leadership of the Predacons, but is blown away by [[Scorponok]]. After the first battle on the planet between the Maximals and Predacons, Dinobot reappears to challenge [[Optimus Primal]] for leadership of the Maximals.
 
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|Title=Beast Wars, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|9|17}}
 
|ProdCode=02
 
|EpisodeNumber=2
 
|ShortSummary= After the Predacons interfere with Optimus and Dinobot's duel, Dinobot agrees to serve under the Maximals, but the Predacons find an Energon-infested mountain. The two teams have a battle to get the Energon, but the Energon explodes after Dinobot saves Optimus from Megatron. Knowing that the Predacons are not gone for good, the Maximals prepare themselves for the expected long-term conflict for control of the planet's Energon, which Optimus declares to call the Beast Wars.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=The Web
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|9|18}}
 
|ProdCode=06
 
|EpisodeNumber=3
 
|ShortSummary=After losing a prototype comm-link developed by [[Rhinox]], [[Cheetor]] tries to redeem himself by sneaking into the Predacons' base. However, [[Tarantulas (Transformers)|Tarantulas]] captures Cheetor, leaving it up to [[Rattrap (Transformers)|Rattrap]] to rescue him.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Equal Measures
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|9|23}}
 
|ProdCode=04
 
|EpisodeNumber=4
 
|ShortSummary=The Maximals try to place a Predacon detection system during an Energon storm and Cheetor somehow ends up in the ''[[List of Transformers spacecraft#Darksyde|Darksyde]]'', while [[Terrorsaur]] ends up in the ''[[Axalon]]''. Using Terrorsaur to discover how the transportation occurred, Dinobot goes to Optimus with a plan to beam a bomb to the Predacon base. Meanwhile Cheetor discovers an Energon vein running between both bases.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Chain of Command
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|9|24}}
 
|ProdCode=03
 
|EpisodeNumber=5
 
|ShortSummary=An alien probe appears, and Optimus is seemingly disintegrated, leaving the Maximals bickering over who is in command.
 
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|Title=Power Surge
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|9|25}}
 
|ProdCode=08
 
|EpisodeNumber=6
 
|ShortSummary=Terrorsaur finds a floating mountain rich with Energon. It makes him incredibly powerful, and he plans to overthrow Megatron and defeat the Maximals once and for all.
 
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|Title=Fallen Comrades
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|9|30}}
 
|ProdCode=05
 
|EpisodeNumber=7
 
|ShortSummary=A stasis pod lands and the Maximals and Predacons race to reach the [[protoform]]. [[Tigerhawk|Tigatron]] comes out, joining the Maximals, but he prefers to stay out in the wild rather than the base, so he asks the Maximals to call him when they need him.
 
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|Title=Double Jeopardy
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|10|7}}
 
|ProdCode=07
 
|EpisodeNumber=8
 
|ShortSummary=Another stasis pod lands and Tarantulas gets there first, releasing [[Blackarachnia]]. Rattrap's loyalty to the Maximals is questioned by Optimus and he nearly joins the Predacons.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=A Better Mousetrap
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|10|8}}
 
|ProdCode=09
 
|EpisodeNumber=9
 
|ShortSummary=Rattrap and Dinobot accidentally activate Sentinel, the ''Axalon'''s new defense system, before it has learned that the Maximals are friends. Feeling guilty for starting it, Rattrap stays inside the ''Axalon'' to shut down Sentinel. Meanwhile, Blackarachnia leads a Predacon mission, trying to break into the ''Axalon'', leaving Tigatron the only one to stop them.
 
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|Title=Gorilla Warfare
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|10|14}}
 
|ProdCode=11
 
|EpisodeNumber=10
 
|ShortSummary=Scorponok tries to infect Optimus with a virus meant to change him into a coward, but it changes the gorilla into a battle-hungry maniac instead.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=The Probe
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|10|15}}
 
|ProdCode=10
 
|EpisodeNumber=11
 
|ShortSummary=The Maximals detect a Cybertronian probe, and try to contact it.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Victory
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|11|1}}
 
|ProdCode=13
 
|EpisodeNumber=12
 
|ShortSummary=Terrorsaur leads a rebellion against Megatron, and the ensuing fight accidentally blows up the ''Darksyde'' when an Energon sample is hit. Thinking they have won the Beast Wars, the Maximals decide to salvage parts from the Predacon ship and go back to [[Cybertron]]. But the destruction of the Predacons turns out to be an elaborate ruse planned by the Predacons themselves.
 
   
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1. [[Beast Wars (episode)|Beast Wars]] (Part 1)<br>
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2. [[Beast Wars (episode)|Beast Wars]] (Part 2)<br>
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3. [[The Web]]<br>
|Title=Dark Designs
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4. [[Equal Measures]]<br>
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|11|4}}
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5. [[Chain of Command]]<br>
|ProdCode=12
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6. [[Power Surge]]<br>
|EpisodeNumber=13
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7. [[Fallen Comrades]]<br>
|ShortSummary=Rhinox is converted into a Predacon by one of Tarantulas' machines, but his new-found temper becomes dangerous to Megatron and his crew.
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8. [[Double Jeopardy]]<br>
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9. [[A Better Mousetrap]]<br>
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10. [[Gorilla Warfare]]<br>
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11. [[The Probe]]<br>
|Title=Double Dinobot
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12. [[Victory]]<br>
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|11|5}}
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13. [[Dark Designs]]<br>
|ProdCode=14
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14. [[Double Dinobot]]<br>
|EpisodeNumber=14
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15. [[The Spark]]<br>
|ShortSummary=Megatron uses a non-transforming clone of Dinobot to try to shut down Sentinel, while Terrorsaur traps the real Dinobot in a cave.
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16. [[The Trigger]], Part 1<br>
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17. [[The Trigger]], Part 2<br>
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18. [[Spider's Game]]<br>
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19. [[Call of the Wild]]<br>
|Title=The Spark
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20. [[Dark Voyage]]<br>
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|11|11}}
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21. [[Possession]]<br>
|ProdCode=15
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22. [[The Low Road]]<br>
|EpisodeNumber=15
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23. [[Law of the Jungle]]<br>
|ShortSummary=Rhinox and Cheetor must defend a crashed stasis pod from the Predacons. They are successful and [[Airazor]] is born. The concept of sparks is introduced in this episode, it is a concept that is used in Transformer lore that is still used today.
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24. [[Before the Storm]]<br>
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25. [[Other Voices]], Part 1<br>
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26. [[Other Voices]], Part 2<br>
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|Title=The Trigger, Part 1
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|11|18}}
 
|ProdCode=16
 
|EpisodeNumber=16
 
|ShortSummary=A strange floating island appears. Tigatron and Airazor are soon stranded on it, while Blackarachnia and Scorponok attempt to take control of it.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=The Trigger, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1996|11|19}}
 
|ProdCode=17
 
|EpisodeNumber=17
 
|ShortSummary=The Maximals and Predacons battle for control of the floating island. But Blackarachnia gets it, and plans to use it for her own agenda.
 
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|Title=Spider's Game
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|1|6}}
 
|ProdCode=20
 
|EpisodeNumber=18
 
|ShortSummary=Tarantulas and Blackarachnia attempt to make a third spider Predacon using a crashed stasis pod, but end up creating [[Inferno (Transformers)|Inferno]], an insane fire ant Predacon.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Call of the Wild
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|1|7}}
 
|ProdCode=21
 
|EpisodeNumber=19
 
|ShortSummary=The Predacons steal the Energon shielding system from the ''Axalon''. The Maximals are forced to stay in beast mode, and the instincts of their animal counterparts begin to take over.
 
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|Title=Dark Voyage
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|1|27}}
 
|ProdCode=18
 
|EpisodeNumber=20
 
|ShortSummary=Scorponok and Waspinator blow up a pit of Energon while Cheetor, Rattrap, Rhinox, and Dinobot are mining in it. All four Maximals are blinded, and must somehow make it back to the ''Axalon''.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Possession
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|2|3}}
 
|ProdCode=19
 
|EpisodeNumber=21
 
|ShortSummary=Waspinator is possessed by the spark of [[Starscream (Transformers)|Starscream]].
 
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|Title=The Low Road
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|2|10}}
 
|ProdCode=22
 
|EpisodeNumber=22
 
|ShortSummary=Tarantulas infects Rhinox with a cold-like virus which causes him to expel his Energon supplies in the form of destructive hiccoughs. Eventually, he will not only destroy the ''Axalon'', but himself as well. Dinobot and Rattrap must cooperate for once as they search for Tarantulas' lab, hoping he has the counter-virus.
 
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|Title=Law of the Jungle
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|2|17}}
 
|ProdCode=23
 
|EpisodeNumber=23
 
|ShortSummary=After accidentally killing a feline friend in a fight with Inferno, Tigatron feels guilty and almost leaves the Maximals. But Dinobot and Optimus are able to bring him back. Meanwhile Inferno, Waspinator, and Terrorsaur are looking for a gift to give to the "Queen", with Tigatron and Dinobot at the top of their list.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Before the Storm
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|2|21}}
 
|ProdCode=24
 
|EpisodeNumber=24
 
|ShortSummary=Inferno finds a second Golden Disc, marked with alien runes. Megatron and Optimus supposedly agree to a truce, and Tarantulas is determined to get off Earth.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Other Voices, Part 1
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|3|31}}
 
|ProdCode=25
 
|EpisodeNumber=25
 
|ShortSummary=Optimus, Rattrap, and Airazor discover an alien structure. Meanwhile, Blackarachnia discovers Tarantulas' escape plans and forces him to let her tag along.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title= Other Voices, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|4|1}}
 
|ProdCode=26
 
|EpisodeNumber=26
 
|ShortSummary=The Vok unleash a monstrous weapon, an artificial moon, intending to [[Risks to civilization, humans and planet Earth|destroy Earth]] and all Maximals and Predacons on it. Using a stasis pod equipped with transwarp cells, Optimus flies to the moon to destroy it, but Megatron deviously seals the pod shut, causing Optimus to be destroyed along with the moon.
 
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===Season 2: 1997–1998===
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==Season 2 (1997-1998)==
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1. [[Aftermath]]<br>
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2. [[Coming of the Fuzors]] (Part 1)<br>
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3. [[Coming of the Fuzors]] (Part 2)<br>
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4. [[Tangled Web]]<br>
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5. [[Maximal, No More]]<br>
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6. [[Other Visits]] (Part 1)<br>
|Title=Aftermath
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7. [[Other Visits]] (Part 2)<br>
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|10|26}}
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8. [[Bad Spark]]<br>
|ProdCode=27
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9. [[Code of Hero]]<br>
|EpisodeNumber=27
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10. [[Transmutate (episode)|Transmutate]]<br>
|ShortSummary=The Transwarp explosion, which results in the destruction of the Vok's artificial moon, unleashes an Energon wave, the impact of which kills Terrorsaur and Scorponok. Rattrap and Cheetor gain new [[Transmetals|Transmetal]] forms from its irradiation, but so do Megatron and Tarantulas.
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11. [[The Agenda]] (Part 1)<br>
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12. [[The Agenda]] (Part 2)<br>
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13. [[The Agenda]] (Part 3)
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|Title=Coming of the Fuzors, Part 1
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|11|2}}
 
|ProdCode=28
 
|EpisodeNumber=28
 
|ShortSummary=Two [[Fuzors]] – [[Silverbolt (Beast Wars)|Silverbolt]] and [[List of Predacons#Quickstrike|Quickstrike]] – are created from damaged stasis pods, and Megatron is able to convince them to join the Predacons. Meanwhile, Tarantulas is able to download his spark back into his new Transmetal body. Dinobot steals the Golden Discs after he and Waspinator find out that the planet they are on is prehistoric Earth.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Coming of the Fuzors, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|11|9}}
 
|ProdCode=29
 
|EpisodeNumber=29
 
|ShortSummary=Thanks to the efforts of Rhinox, Optimus Primal is revived as a Transmetal, and after a battle with the Predacons, Silverbolt joins the Maximals.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Tangled Web
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|11|16}}
 
|ProdCode=30
 
|EpisodeNumber=30
 
|ShortSummary=Tarantulas, Quickstrike, and Blackarachnia are sent to secure a new Predacon post, but their conflicting intentions and the intervention of Rattrap and Silverbolt complicate things.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Maximal, No More
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1997|11|23}}
 
|ProdCode=31
 
|EpisodeNumber=31
 
|ShortSummary=While on a reconnaissance mission, Dinobot is captured by the Predacons. Instead of fighting them he announces that he wants to be a Predacon again. He is able to prove his loyalty by defeating Quickstrike, but when he has to kill Rattrap, he starts to reevaluate his allegiance.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Other Visits, Part 1
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|2|8}}
 
|ProdCode=32
 
|EpisodeNumber=32
 
|ShortSummary=Tigatron and Airazor are beamed into space after discovering a new alien device. The Maximals and Predacons battle for control of the weapon.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Other Visits, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|2|15}}
 
|ProdCode=33
 
|EpisodeNumber=33
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron gains control of the alien weapon, and plans to use it to conquer Cybertron. The Maximals are forced into an uneasy alliance with Tarantulas in order to stop him.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Bad Spark
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|2|22}}
 
|ProdCode=34
 
|EpisodeNumber=34
 
|ShortSummary=The psychotic Protoform X crashes on Earth and attacks Maximal and Predacon alike. Eventually, Megatron removes his Spark, using it to blackmail him into joining the Predacons under a new name: [[Rampage (Transformers)|Rampage]]. During this time, Silverbolt and Blackarachnia begin a relationship.
 
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|Title=Code of Hero
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|3|9}}
 
|ProdCode=35
 
|EpisodeNumber=35
 
|ShortSummary=The Predacons attempt to annihilate a colony of pre-humans to change the outcome of the future war between the [[Autobot]]s and [[Decepticon]]s. With no other Maximal around, Dinobot faces the whole Predacon army alone in battle. He tries to prevent them from changing history, even if it means sacrificing his life.
 
   
This episode is widely considered to be one of the best episodes in Transformers history and the Region 1 DVD describes it as the "powerful series centerpiece". It is also considered to be the episode which catapulted Dinobot into the [[Transformers Hall of Fame]] in 2010.
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==Season 3 (1998-1999)==
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1. [[Optimal Situation]]<br>
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2. [[Deep Metal]]<br>
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3. [[Changing of the Guard]]<br>
|Title=Transmutate
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4. [[Cutting Edge]]<br>
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|3|10}}
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5. [[Feral Scream]] Part 1<br>
|ProdCode=36
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6. [[Feral Scream]] Part 2<br>
|EpisodeNumber=36
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7. [[Proving Grounds]]<br>
|ShortSummary=A faulty Transformer named Transmutate is created from a damaged stasis pod. Silverbolt and Rampage compete for its trust, but Transmutate is killed by its own power while attempting to break up the fight between Silverbolt and Rampage.
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8. [[Go with the Flow]]<br>
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9. [[Crossing the Rubicon]]<br>
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10. [[Master Blaster]]<br>
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11. [[Other Victories]]<br>
|Title=The Agenda, Part 1
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12. [[Nemesis (episode)|Nemesis]] Part 1<br>
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|3|11}}
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13. [[Nemesis (episode)|Nemesis]] Part 2
|ProdCode=37
 
|EpisodeNumber=37
 
|ShortSummary=The Tripredacus Council is hit by the explosion caused by the destruction of the alien device in "Other Voices", and recognize the signal as being from Megatron's ship. After blocking the wave from reaching the Maximals, they send a covert operative to capture Megatron. The agent turns out to be ex-Decepticon [[Ravage (Transformers)|Ravage]], who makes an alliance with the Maximals in order to capture Megatron.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=The Agenda, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|3|12}}
 
|ProdCode=38
 
|EpisodeNumber=38
 
|ShortSummary=Optimus and Cheetor attempt to recover an Energon stash, but are damaged when it is destroyed by Inferno. Meanwhile, Silverbolt follows Blackarachnia to a mountain that Megatron has been interested in, and Megatron wins the loyalty of Ravage by showing him a message left by the original [[Megatron]].
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=The Agenda, Part 3
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|3|13}}
 
|ProdCode=39
 
|EpisodeNumber=39
 
|ShortSummary=Rattrap manages to destroy the Predacon ship, taking Ravage with it. Rampage is damaged due to an automatic missile fire. Meanwhile, Blackarachnia and Silverbolt find what Megatron really came to Earth to find: the ''[[Ark (Transformers)|Ark]]'', the ship that carried the Autobots and Decepticons that would go on to fight in the Great War of 1984. After breaching Teletraan I's defense system Megatron proceeds to the control room and fires an energy blast on the dormant body of [[Optimus Prime]], causing a time storm that begins [[Unexplained disappearances|erasing]] the Maximals from existence.
 
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===Season 3: 1998–1999===
 
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|Title=Optimal Situation
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|10|25}}
 
|ProdCode=40
 
|EpisodeNumber=40
 
|ShortSummary=As the Maximals begin to fade from the time stream, Blackarachnia switches sides and saves Optimus Prime with a life-support machine. The time storm fades, but Prime is still in danger so Optimus Primal takes Prime's spark into his body to stabilize it until Prime's body is repaired. The energy from Prime's spark causes Primal's body to mutate into a new "Optimal Optimus" form. Meanwhile, Rampage destroys the ''Axalon's'' supports, causing it to fall into the water below. Optimus later returns his ancestor's spark to his body after the repairs are done. Realizing that Megatron will continue to target the ''Ark'', the Maximals gather what they can salvage from the ''Axalon'''s wreckage and begin turning the volcano around the ''Ark'' into a new base.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Deep Metal
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|11|1}}
 
|ProdCode=41
 
|EpisodeNumber=41
 
|ShortSummary=[[Depth Charge (Transformers)|Depth Charge]], a Maximal from Colony Omicron, arrives on planet Earth looking for Protoform X, wanting revenge on Rampage for killing his comrades long ago. Depth Charge's frustration alienates him from the other Maximals.
 
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|Title=Changing of the Guard
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|11|8}}
 
|ProdCode=42
 
|EpisodeNumber=42
 
|ShortSummary=After failing to set up base defenses, the Maximals attempt to salvage Sentinel from the wreckage of the ''Axalon''. Rattrap pilots a submarine into the submerged ship, where he is attacked by Rampage. Depth Charge arrives, but only wishes to kill Rampage. Without Depth Charge's help, Inferno and Waspinator steal Sentinel from the Maximals, and it is installed into the Predacon base.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Cutting Edge
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1998|11|15}}
 
|ProdCode=43
 
|EpisodeNumber=43
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron sends several prototype Transmetal II cyber-raptors to attack the early humans and the Maximals. Depending on who perfects it first, the new technology has great potential in determining the outcome of the war.
 
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|Title=Feral Scream, Part 1
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|1|24}}
 
|ProdCode=44
 
|EpisodeNumber=44
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron [[Frankenstein|creates]] a Transmetal II clone of Dinobot, and Cheetor and Depth Charge attempt to interrupt the process; instead, Cheetor is presumed dead after he is exposed to the machine in an explosion. The Predacons soon come under attack from a mysterious feral beast, as a heavily damaged Cheetor returns to Maximal base.
 
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|Title=Feral Scream, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|1|31}}
 
|ProdCode=45
 
|EpisodeNumber=45
 
|ShortSummary=After returning to base, Cheetor has nightmares and soon [[Therianthropy|transforms]] into the beast from the previous episode. The other Maximals begin to hunt the creature, unaware that it is Cheetor. Megatron claims ownership of the new Transmetal II Cheetor, and sends Dinobot II to capture him. Cheetor eventually harnesses his new form.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=Proving Grounds
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|2|7}}
 
|ProdCode=46
 
|EpisodeNumber=46
 
|ShortSummary=When Blackarachnia overhears Optimus and Rhinox discussing her Predacon reprogramming by Tarantulus, she comes to believe that Optimus has decided to surgically remove Blackarachnia's Predacon core without regard for the risk to her and she deserts the base. While on the run she is hunted by Dinobot II. Silverbolt pursues as well, and confronts her on her desertion, at which point she reveals to him why she left. When she confronts Optimus with this, she is told that while the reprogramming could be beneficial to her, it is and always has been her choice to make whether or not to undergo the process. Feeling that the threat to her life is over, she returns to the Maximals.
 
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|Title=Go With the Flow
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|2|18}}
 
|ProdCode=47
 
|EpisodeNumber=47
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron kidnaps a young protohuman, Una, to finish a giant disruptor ray that targets Cybertronians. Una follows her directions from Megatron but Rattrap and Depth Charge arrive and save her when the child destroys the machine unintentionally.
 
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|Title=Crossing the Rubicon
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|2|21}}
 
|ProdCode=48
 
|EpisodeNumber=48
 
|ShortSummary=Blackarachnia attempts to become a Transmetal II with the help of the alien device she had stolen. However, thanks to the intervention of Silverbolt, the experiment takes a terrible turn and threatens her life. Rhinox travels into her subconscious to try to rid her of her Predacon makeup, but Tarantulas and the Predacons are successful in destroying Blackarachnia indirectly. However, as Silverbolt is out for revenge, the alien device reincarnates her body into a Transmetal, thus giving her a new form.
 
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|Title=Master Blaster
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|2|28}}
 
|ProdCode=49
 
|EpisodeNumber=49
 
|ShortSummary=During an attack on the Maximal base, Optimus is hit with a burrowing cyberbug that allows Quickstrike to take control of his body. Tarantulas and Quickstrike form an alliance in order to destroy the ''Ark'' and Megatron. Tarantulas convinces Megatron to use the spark of the original Megatron to upgrade himself as Optimus did. Once Megatron absorbs his namesake's spark, Tarantulas has Quickstrike drop Megatron into the lava and kill Megatron. Blackarachnia manages to stop Tarantulas, using her past knowledge of his work. Megatron rises from the lava, having now become a gargantuan red fire-breathing dragon.
 
 
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|Title=Other Victories
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|3|5}}
 
|ProdCode=50
 
|EpisodeNumber=50
 
|ShortSummary=Quickstrike is put to trial for his betrayal of Megatron, but it is interrupted when the Vok send Tigerhawk, a supernatural fusion of Tigatron and Airazor, to stop Megatron's interference with time. They do not realize, however, that Megatron has part of his predecessor's spark within him, thus destroying him would cause another timestorm. Upon his arrival, Tigerhawk destroys the Predacon's ship. Tarantulas captures Tigerhawk and proceeds to kill his Vok control. The experiment goes fatally wrong however, and Tarantulas is killed. The sparks of Tigatron and Airazor reunite with the body of Tigerhawk and he is welcomed back home to the Maximals.
 
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|Title=Nemesis, Part 1
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|3|6}}
 
|ProdCode=51
 
|EpisodeNumber=51
 
|ShortSummary=With the destruction of the Predacon base, Megatron is forced into a corner once again as the Maximals hunt for him. Megatron sends Inferno, Waspinator, and Quickstrike to find a new base, while he goes with Dinobot and Rampage to search the debris of Tarantulas' lair for anything that may turn the tide for the Predacons. They find an underground passage that leads to a minisub that runs on a submerged track – which in reality leads to the ''[[List of Transformers spacecraft#Nemesis|Nemesis]]'' – the almighty Decepticon warship piloted by Megatron that first attacked the ''Ark'' on the way to Earth. Depth Charge is dispatched to destroy the submerged colossus, but inadvertently kills himself when he destroys Rampage with raw Energon. Rampage's death causes Dinobot to scream in pain. Nevertheless, the ''Nemesis'' rises from the ocean, with Megatron at the helm. Meanwhile, Waspinator quits the Beast Wars.
 
 
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|Title=Nemesis, Part 2
 
|OriginalAirDate={{Start date|1999|3|7}}
 
|ProdCode=52
 
|EpisodeNumber=52
 
|ShortSummary=The ''Nemesis'' has proven to be powerful and dangerous under the now-insane Megatron, killing both Maximals and Predacons alike. Tigerhawk is destroyed with a large energy cannon, and Inferno and Quickstrike both get killed in Megatron's whimsical attempt at taking out a group of proto-humans. Optimus fights Megatron alone, while Dinobot II decides to aid the Maximals by sending them data about the ''Ark'' (a consequence from his spark now being independent, which apparently allows him to think more for himself and like the original Dinobot, though the episode hints that Dinobot II has become a conduit for the memories of the original Dinobot from beyond the grave as he recalls the last words spoken to the original Dinobot from Code of Hero, though this is never outright confirmed. However the clone loses the metallic echo his voice originally possessed upon his creation and begins to show signs of Dinobot's personal code of ethics, citing the concept of honor, which up until that point the clone did not care about, to Megatron when he is about to unleash ''Nemesis''' firepower on a single proto-human after physically stopping him from opening fire on him). The Maximals receive the data and discover an Autobot shuttle in the ''Ark'', which Rhinox flies and crashes into the ''Nemesis'' control tower, taking out Megatron as it goes all the way through both sides. Optimus flies away while Dinobot II bids farewell and goes down with the ship. The ''Nemesis'' is now out of control and flies off toward South America, where it would be discovered during the Great War. The Autobot shuttle and the Transformers on board are safe to [[Grandfather paradox|resume their original place in time]]. The Maximals return to Cybertron triumphant with Megatron as their prisoner.
 
 
In a deleted scene, Optimus rips the original Megatron's spark from Megatron's chest and restores it within its rightful body.
 
 
Meanwhile, Waspinator, who quit the Beast Wars last episode, is shown to be worshipped by the protohumans, and declares he is "happy at last".
 
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This is a list of episodes from the animated television series Beast Wars: Transformers. The series premiered on September 16, 1996 and ended on March 7, 1999. A total of 52 episodes were produced.

Season 1 (1996-1997)Edit

1. Beast Wars (Part 1)
2. Beast Wars (Part 2)
3. The Web
4. Equal Measures
5. Chain of Command
6. Power Surge
7. Fallen Comrades
8. Double Jeopardy
9. A Better Mousetrap
10. Gorilla Warfare
11. The Probe
12. Victory
13. Dark Designs
14. Double Dinobot
15. The Spark
16. The Trigger, Part 1
17. The Trigger, Part 2
18. Spider's Game
19. Call of the Wild
20. Dark Voyage
21. Possession
22. The Low Road
23. Law of the Jungle
24. Before the Storm
25. Other Voices, Part 1
26. Other Voices, Part 2

Season 2 (1997-1998)Edit

1. Aftermath
2. Coming of the Fuzors (Part 1)
3. Coming of the Fuzors (Part 2)
4. Tangled Web
5. Maximal, No More
6. Other Visits (Part 1)
7. Other Visits (Part 2)
8. Bad Spark
9. Code of Hero
10. Transmutate
11. The Agenda (Part 1)
12. The Agenda (Part 2)
13. The Agenda (Part 3)

Season 3 (1998-1999)Edit

1. Optimal Situation
2. Deep Metal
3. Changing of the Guard
4. Cutting Edge
5. Feral Scream Part 1
6. Feral Scream Part 2
7. Proving Grounds
8. Go with the Flow
9. Crossing the Rubicon
10. Master Blaster
11. Other Victories
12. Nemesis Part 1
13. Nemesis Part 2

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