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|image = Dylan_Gould.jpg
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|image = Dylan Gould.jpg
 
|size = 200
 
|size = 200
 
|fullname = Dylan Gould
 
|fullname = Dylan Gould
|alias = None
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|alias = Insect operative <small>(by Megatron)</small>
 
|origin = ''Transformers: Dark of the Moon''
 
|origin = ''Transformers: Dark of the Moon''
 
|occupation = Businessman<br>
 
|occupation = Businessman<br>
CEO of Hotchkiss Gould Investments
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CEO of Hotchkiss Gould Investments<br>
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Affiliated high-ranking minion of the Decepticons
 
Affiliated high-ranking minion of the Decepticons
 
|skills = Business management<br>
 
|skills = Business management<br>
Oral mastery
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Manipulation<br>
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Charisma<br>
Expertise in lying
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Marksmanship
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Espionage
 
<br>
 
Deception
 
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Smooth talking and slimy nature
 
 
|hobby = Making money and expanding his business empire.
 
|hobby = Making money and expanding his business empire.
|goals = To survive by helping the Decepticons with their goals and have Carly as his own.
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|goals = Survive by helping the Decepticons with their goals and keep Carly captive as his future wife <small>(failed)</small>.
|type of villain = Cowardly Opportunist}} {{Quote|I want to survive! You think I wanted this? I inherited a client, either I deliver good or I end up iced!|Dylan, explaining his affiliation with the Decepticons.}}
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|crimes = Attempted genocide<br>
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Attempted murder<br>
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Abuse of power<br>
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Corruption<br>
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Stalking<br>
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Terrorism
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|type of villain = Greedy Opportunist}}
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{{Quote|So you show a little respect, '''WHEN SOMEONE OFFERS YOU A JOB!!!'''|Dylan, giving Sam Witwicky a demand.}}
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{{Quote|I want to survive, and I want 40 more years! You think I wanted this? I inherited a client, either I deliver good or I end up iced!|Dylan explaining his affiliation with the Decepticons.}}
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{{Quote|I just saved a whole other world! You think you're a hero, huh? '''YOU THINK YOU'RE A HERO?!'''|Dylan's last words to Sam before his death.}}
   
'''Dylan Gould''' is a major antagonist in ''Transformers: Dark of the Moon'' and the CEO of Hotchkiss Gould Investments.
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'''Dylan Gould''' is a major antagonist in the 2011 film ''Transformers: Dark of the Moon'' and a posthumous antagonist in its 2014 sequel ''Transformers: Age of Extinction''. He is the CEO of Hotchkiss Gould Investments who is in league with the [[Decepticons]].
   
He was portrayed by Patrick Dempsey.
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He was portrayed by {{w|Patrick Dempsey}} in his first villainous role.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
===''Transformers: Dark of the Moon''===
 
===''Transformers: Dark of the Moon''===
Dylan Gould owns a multi-international car company known as Hotchkiss Gould Investments which Carly works for. Dylan reveals he is a human that works for the [[Decepticons]] when he tells Sam and Carly "My father always said when the war isn't yours, always join the winning side". When Sam and Carly begin to run from him he asks his maid if his revelation was too forward.
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Dylan Gould owns a multi-international car company known as Hotchkiss Gould Investments which Carly works for. Dylan reveals he is a human that works for the Decepticons when he tells Sam and Carly "My father always said when the war isn't yours, always join the winning side". When Sam and Carly begin to run from him he asks his maid if his revelation was too forward.
   
Dylan forces Sam into wearing a [[Watch-Out|Decepticon watch]] that will try to obtain any Autobot secrets or tactics. When Sam tells Dylan that the Autobots have no plans of retaliation, Dylan then tells him he knew this was going to happen and orders [[Starscream]] to shoot down the ship carrying the Autobots. Dylan tried to keep Sam's girlfriend Carly captive and as his future wife.
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Dylan forces [[w:c:hero:Sam Witwicky|Sam]] into wearing a [[Watch-Out|Decepticon watch]] that will try to obtain any Autobot secrets or tactics. When Sam tells Dylan that the Autobots have no plans of retaliation, Dylan then tells him he knew this was going to happen and orders [[Starscream]] to shoot down the ship carrying the Autobots. Dylan tried to keep Sam's girlfriend [[w:c:hero:Carly Brooks-Spencer|Carly]] captive and as his future wife.
   
 
Sam and the others rescue Carly and they shoot Dylan's penthouse. [[Laserbeak]], Dylan's bodyguard, failed to kill Sam while Carly escaped from Dylan's evil henchman. Bumblebee killed all of Dylan's human bodyguards/allies who were working for Dylan. Dylan quickly notified [[Megatron (Transformers Film Series)|Megatron]] about the entire situation and the Decepticon warships went looking for the Autobots.
 
Sam and the others rescue Carly and they shoot Dylan's penthouse. [[Laserbeak]], Dylan's bodyguard, failed to kill Sam while Carly escaped from Dylan's evil henchman. Bumblebee killed all of Dylan's human bodyguards/allies who were working for Dylan. Dylan quickly notified [[Megatron (Transformers Film Series)|Megatron]] about the entire situation and the Decepticon warships went looking for the Autobots.
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In retaliation, Dylan commands [[Soundwave]] to shoot and kill the captive Autobots, beginning with Que getting killed by [[Barricade]]. However, the Autobots escape and killed most of the Decepticons. At the request of [[Sentinel Prime (Transformers Film Series)|Sentinel Prime]], Dylan attempts to restart the Control Pillar, only to have a confrontation with a perusing Sam. Dylan thinks that Sam wasn't going to kill him and taunted him, but Dylan is eventually killed when Sam hits him in the head with a metal rod with a cement block attached to it causing him to fall back in the Control Pillar electrocuting him to death. Dylan died in vain when the Control Pillar is destroyed and Earth is saved as well as avenging the Autobots that were killed in The Battle Of Chicago.
 
In retaliation, Dylan commands [[Soundwave]] to shoot and kill the captive Autobots, beginning with Que getting killed by [[Barricade]]. However, the Autobots escape and killed most of the Decepticons. At the request of [[Sentinel Prime (Transformers Film Series)|Sentinel Prime]], Dylan attempts to restart the Control Pillar, only to have a confrontation with a perusing Sam. Dylan thinks that Sam wasn't going to kill him and taunted him, but Dylan is eventually killed when Sam hits him in the head with a metal rod with a cement block attached to it causing him to fall back in the Control Pillar electrocuting him to death. Dylan died in vain when the Control Pillar is destroyed and Earth is saved as well as avenging the Autobots that were killed in The Battle Of Chicago.
   
{{Quote|'''Dylan Gould''': I just saved a whole other world! You think you're a hero, huh? '''YOU THINK YOU’RE A HERO?!'''<br/>'''Sam Witwicky''': "No, I'm just a messenger. AHH!"|Dylan's last words with Sam before he met his demise.}}
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===''Transformers: Age of Extinction''===
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In spite of his death and not being mentioned in the third sequel, the actions of Dylan Gould, Sentinel Prime and the Decepticons are what caused the chance for humanity and Autobots' chance to reconcile over disaster that they caused to become slim to none, aside from the presumably huge damage on the already dying Cybertron. This was proven when [http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Cemetery_Wind Cemetery Wind], which formed to dispatch surviving Decepticons, began targeting the unwilling Autobots until only six of them were left (namely Hound, Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Drift, Crosshairs, and Brains).
   
===Transformers: Age of Extinction===
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Though not directly, he was responsible for the deaths of an untold number of civilians including [[James Savoy]]'s sister, leading to Savoy's start of darkness and turning him genocidally insane as a commander of Cemetery Wind. His crime records in Chicago also supported [[Harold Attinger]]'s agenda to convince humanity to wipe out Cybertronian survivors on Earth (except Lockdown whom he made a deal with) and manipulate Joshua Joyce and KSI as his pawns to do so by creating an army of artificial transformers.
In spite of his death and not being mentioned in the fourth sequel, Dylan Gould, Sentinel Prime, and the Decepticons' actions are what caused the chance for humanity and Autobots' chance to reconcile over disaster that they caused to become slim to none, aside from the presumably huge damage on the already dying Cybertron. This was proven when [http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Cemetery_Wind Cemetery Wind], which formed to dispatch surviving Decepticons, began targeting the unwilling Autobots until only six of them were left (namely Hound, Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Drift, Crosshairs, and Brains).
 
 
Though not directly, he was responsible for the deaths of an untold number of civilians including [http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/James_Savoy James Savoy]'s sister, leading to Savoy's start of darkness, and turning him genocidally insane as a commander of Cemetery Wind. His crime records in Chicago also supported [http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Harold_Attinger Attinger]'s agenda to convince humanity to wipe out Cybertronian survivors on Earth (except [http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Lockdown_%28Transformers_Film_Series%29 Lockdown] whom he made a deal with) and manipulate [http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Joshua_Joyce Joshua Joyce] and [http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/KSI KSI] as his pawns to do so by creating an army of artificial transformers.
 
   
 
Fortunately, all of their plans were stopped by the reluctant Autobot survivors alongside freed Dinobots and their human allies (particularly Joshua who redeemed himself near the climax and supported the Autobots and their human allies against Galvatron, Cemetery Wind and rogue KSI drones, as well as Cade Yeager, his daughter Tessa and her boyfriend Shane).
 
Fortunately, all of their plans were stopped by the reluctant Autobot survivors alongside freed Dinobots and their human allies (particularly Joshua who redeemed himself near the climax and supported the Autobots and their human allies against Galvatron, Cemetery Wind and rogue KSI drones, as well as Cade Yeager, his daughter Tessa and her boyfriend Shane).
   
The tension between humanity and Autobots that Dylan posthumously built did not lessen after the events of ''Age of Extinction'', and the humans attempted to continue Cemetery Wind's efforts in ''The Last Knight''.
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The tension between humanity and Autobots that Dylan posthumously built did not lessen after the events of ''Age of Extinction'', and the humans attempted to continue Cemetery Wind's efforts in ''The Last Knight''. However, they were later proven wrong when Cade Yeager convinced them to leave them be, as the latter stated that he believed in them, including Optimus Prime.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Dylan Gould was a selfish coward who only cared about himself. All he was capable of thinking about was his own well being and safety without noticing good or evil. In fact, the concept of good and evil never seemed to cross his mind even once as he never gave an implication that he thought or knew the Decepticons were the bad guys (though he doubtless did know). He didn't think too much of humanity and even after the Pillar was deactivated he restarted it, showing that he would have ended his own world just to survive.
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Dylan Gould was a selfish coward who only cared about himself. All he was capable of thinking about was his own well being and safety without noticing good or evil. In fact, the concept of good and evil never seemed to cross his mind even once as he never gave an implication that he thought or knew the Decepticons were the bad guys (though he doubtless did know). He didn't think too much of humanity and he even restarted it after the Pillar was deactivated, showing that he would have ended his own world just to survive. He also tried to make Carly Spencer his wife and imprisoned her like a sex slave as he took advantage of the Decepticons keeping the police and military occupied. 
 
== Gallery ==
 
   
=== Images ===
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==Gallery==
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DOTM Dylan at party.jpg
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Dylangould.jpg|Dylan Gould's seemingly friendly face.
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DOTM Dylan meets Sam.jpg
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DOTM Dylan at party.jpg|Dylan revealing his true nature.
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DOTM Dylan suggests killing prisoners.jpg
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fhd011TDM Patrick Dempsey 003.jpg|Dylan Gould’s evil stare.
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DOTM Dylan's death.jpg|Dylan's demise.
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IDWComicsDylanGould.png|Dylan in the IDW Comics.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*As the movie progresses, Dylan and Carly appear to have some history together. It is possible that they were boyfriend and girlfriend (if that were true, that would mean that Carly was either cheating on Sam or was in a forced relationship with Dylan).
 
*As the movie progresses, Dylan and Carly appear to have some history together. It is possible that they were boyfriend and girlfriend (if that were true, that would mean that Carly was either cheating on Sam or was in a forced relationship with Dylan).
*Even though it appears that Autobots are winning the war, Dylan still continues to work for the [[Decepticons]] when he turns on the Control Pillar mostly likely due to the fact that if the Autobots win, he will rot in jail for what he has done. However, Bumblebee and Ratchet destroyed the Control Pillar and caused Dylan's death.
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*According to the comic book adaptation of the movie, Dylan told Soundwave to kill the Autobot prisoners because Bumblebee tried firing at him from the warship and destroyed his apartment. 
**Since Dylan's actions led to the plot of ''Age of Extinction'' and ''The Last Knight'', his actions could be considered a Villainous Legacy.
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*Despite claiming that he does not want to work for the Decepticons, Dylan still continues to aid them in turning on the Control Pillar even when it appears the Autobots are winning. Though of course it would stand to reason that Dylan didn't want the Autobots and NEST to punish him for cowardly aiding the Decepticons. 
*He is the first human villain in the live-action movie continuity, while almost every Transformers cartoon had more than one human antagonist. He is also the first villain in the Transformers franchise to be a wife stealer, making him similar to traditional villains who made innocent women into damsels-in-distress.
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*Dylan Gould is the second human antagonist after [[Theodore Galloway]] and also the secondary human villain before [[James Savoy]].
 
*Dylan once states that he gained the job for working with the Decepticons when his father died.
 
*Dylan once states that he gained the job for working with the Decepticons when his father died.
*Dylan seems to be a secondary Decepticon leader, as he is shown ordering Soundwave to execute the captured Autobots, but is also the first human Decepticon leader.
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*Dylan Gould is loosely based on Shawn Berger; a Decepticon-allied businessman from the original G1 ''Transformers'' series. However, he bears more similarity to [[Ali (Transformers)|Ali]], another Decepticon-allied human, than Berger.
*Ironically, he sided with the Decepticons to survive, but only to be killed by Sam (ally to the Autobots).
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*In the IDW Comics, Dylan is more willing to commit evil for Decepticons and acts much more egomaniacal than his film counterpart.
*Dylan Gould is loosely based on Shawn Berger, a Decepticon-allied human businessman from the original G1 Transformers, though he bears more cues to [[Ali (Transformers)|Ali]], another Decepticon-allied human, than Berger.
 
*In the IDW Comics, Dylan is portrayed as Pure Evil.
 
   
 
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So you show a little respect, WHEN SOMEONE OFFERS YOU A JOB!!!
~ Dylan, giving Sam Witwicky a demand.
I want to survive, and I want 40 more years! You think I wanted this? I inherited a client, either I deliver good or I end up iced!
~ Dylan explaining his affiliation with the Decepticons.
I just saved a whole other world! You think you're a hero, huh? YOU THINK YOU'RE A HERO?!
~ Dylan's last words to Sam before his death.

Dylan Gould is a major antagonist in the 2011 film Transformers: Dark of the Moon and a posthumous antagonist in its 2014 sequel Transformers: Age of Extinction. He is the CEO of Hotchkiss Gould Investments who is in league with the Decepticons.

He was portrayed by Patrick Dempsey in his first villainous role.

Biography

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Dylan Gould owns a multi-international car company known as Hotchkiss Gould Investments which Carly works for. Dylan reveals he is a human that works for the Decepticons when he tells Sam and Carly "My father always said when the war isn't yours, always join the winning side". When Sam and Carly begin to run from him he asks his maid if his revelation was too forward.

Dylan forces Sam into wearing a Decepticon watch that will try to obtain any Autobot secrets or tactics. When Sam tells Dylan that the Autobots have no plans of retaliation, Dylan then tells him he knew this was going to happen and orders Starscream to shoot down the ship carrying the Autobots. Dylan tried to keep Sam's girlfriend Carly captive and as his future wife.

Sam and the others rescue Carly and they shoot Dylan's penthouse. Laserbeak, Dylan's bodyguard, failed to kill Sam while Carly escaped from Dylan's evil henchman. Bumblebee killed all of Dylan's human bodyguards/allies who were working for Dylan. Dylan quickly notified Megatron about the entire situation and the Decepticon warships went looking for the Autobots.

In retaliation, Dylan commands Soundwave to shoot and kill the captive Autobots, beginning with Que getting killed by Barricade. However, the Autobots escape and killed most of the Decepticons. At the request of Sentinel Prime, Dylan attempts to restart the Control Pillar, only to have a confrontation with a perusing Sam. Dylan thinks that Sam wasn't going to kill him and taunted him, but Dylan is eventually killed when Sam hits him in the head with a metal rod with a cement block attached to it causing him to fall back in the Control Pillar electrocuting him to death. Dylan died in vain when the Control Pillar is destroyed and Earth is saved as well as avenging the Autobots that were killed in The Battle Of Chicago.

Transformers: Age of Extinction

In spite of his death and not being mentioned in the third sequel, the actions of Dylan Gould, Sentinel Prime and the Decepticons are what caused the chance for humanity and Autobots' chance to reconcile over disaster that they caused to become slim to none, aside from the presumably huge damage on the already dying Cybertron. This was proven when Cemetery Wind, which formed to dispatch surviving Decepticons, began targeting the unwilling Autobots until only six of them were left (namely Hound, Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Drift, Crosshairs, and Brains).

Though not directly, he was responsible for the deaths of an untold number of civilians including James Savoy's sister, leading to Savoy's start of darkness and turning him genocidally insane as a commander of Cemetery Wind. His crime records in Chicago also supported Harold Attinger's agenda to convince humanity to wipe out Cybertronian survivors on Earth (except Lockdown whom he made a deal with) and manipulate Joshua Joyce and KSI as his pawns to do so by creating an army of artificial transformers.

Fortunately, all of their plans were stopped by the reluctant Autobot survivors alongside freed Dinobots and their human allies (particularly Joshua who redeemed himself near the climax and supported the Autobots and their human allies against Galvatron, Cemetery Wind and rogue KSI drones, as well as Cade Yeager, his daughter Tessa and her boyfriend Shane).

The tension between humanity and Autobots that Dylan posthumously built did not lessen after the events of Age of Extinction, and the humans attempted to continue Cemetery Wind's efforts in The Last Knight. However, they were later proven wrong when Cade Yeager convinced them to leave them be, as the latter stated that he believed in them, including Optimus Prime.

Personality

Dylan Gould was a selfish coward who only cared about himself. All he was capable of thinking about was his own well being and safety without noticing good or evil. In fact, the concept of good and evil never seemed to cross his mind even once as he never gave an implication that he thought or knew the Decepticons were the bad guys (though he doubtless did know). He didn't think too much of humanity and he even restarted it after the Pillar was deactivated, showing that he would have ended his own world just to survive. He also tried to make Carly Spencer his wife and imprisoned her like a sex slave as he took advantage of the Decepticons keeping the police and military occupied. 

Gallery

Trivia

  • As the movie progresses, Dylan and Carly appear to have some history together. It is possible that they were boyfriend and girlfriend (if that were true, that would mean that Carly was either cheating on Sam or was in a forced relationship with Dylan).
  • According to the comic book adaptation of the movie, Dylan told Soundwave to kill the Autobot prisoners because Bumblebee tried firing at him from the warship and destroyed his apartment. 
  • Despite claiming that he does not want to work for the Decepticons, Dylan still continues to aid them in turning on the Control Pillar even when it appears the Autobots are winning. Though of course it would stand to reason that Dylan didn't want the Autobots and NEST to punish him for cowardly aiding the Decepticons. 
  • Dylan Gould is the second human antagonist after Theodore Galloway and also the secondary human villain before James Savoy.
  • Dylan once states that he gained the job for working with the Decepticons when his father died.
  • Dylan Gould is loosely based on Shawn Berger; a Decepticon-allied businessman from the original G1 Transformers series. However, he bears more similarity to Ali, another Decepticon-allied human, than Berger.
  • In the IDW Comics, Dylan is more willing to commit evil for Decepticons and acts much more egomaniacal than his film counterpart.

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Transformers: Decepticons (Megatron, Starscream, Barricade, Frenzy, Blackout, Scorponok, Bonecrusher, Brawl & Dispensor)
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: Decepticons (The Fallen, Megatron, Starscream, Soundwave, Scorponok, Sideways, Grindor, Ravage, Alice & Scalpel) | Constructicons/Devastator (Demolishor, Rampage, Long Haul, Mixmaster, Scrapper & Scavenger) | Theodore Galloway
Transformers: Dark of the Moon: Decepticons (Sentinel Prime, Megatron, Starscream, Soundwave, Laserbeak, Dylan Gould, Shockwave, Driller, Watch-Out, Igor, Crankcase, Crowbar & Devcon)
Transformers: Age of Extinction: Cemetery Wind (Harold Attinger, Lockdown, James Savoy, Steeljaws & Shadow Raiders) | Kinetic Solutions Incorporated (Joshua Joyce, Galvatron & Stinger) | The Creators
Transformers: The Last Knight: The Creators (Quintessa & Infernocons) | Decepticons (Megatron, Barricade, Nitro Zeus, Mohawk, Onslaught & Dreadbot) | Transformers Reaction Force (Commander Santos) | Unicron
Bumblebee: Decepticons (Shatter, Dropkick, Blitzwing, Soundwave, Ravage, Shockwave, Starscream, Thundercracker, Skywarp & Thrust) | Jack Burns | Dr. Powell

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