Category Archives: Heroic Decepticon Fan Fiction

Does what it says on the tin – a place for all Heroic Decepticons fan fiction and/or links goes in this category.

The Spark Trap

The spark trap is a very old, previously long lost artefact of highly mysterious origins and with an obscure history. All we know for sure about it is that:

  1. It is legendary, and ancient;
  2. It was originally forged or used by early Autobots;
  3. It possesses the power to trap sparks.

If you want to find out exactly what happens when Scavenger takes possession of it, you can read my new short story entitled The Spark Trap, posted at: and Lexicon.

Spoiler ahead…

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Rise of the Decepticons Episode 4: Return of the Stunticons deleted scene

It was already late into the afternoon by the time Wildrider and the rest of the Stunticons made it back to Decepticon headquarters. The battering they’d received from Black Shadow’s goons had slowly them down significantly, as they were no longer able to transform into their vehicle modes without appropriate repairs and a refuel. They had considered contacting the base for assistance, but then had thought better of it – the damage they’d sustained was not critical and besides, the last thing they wanted to do was to earn the disapproval of higher ranking Decepticons more than they already had.

Unfortunately, they would not be able to avoid the critical optics and curious glances being cast their way as they sidled into the Central Tower and up a level to the Constructicons’ work shop to see whether any of them would be able to spare a few moments to help them with their repairs.

Hook simply took one look at them and shook his head before returning to his work, allowing Scrapper to deal with them instead. “Congratulations; you four have made it onto the news broadcasts,” he commented in a casual manner, without looking for their response.

Scrapper was more reserved with his reaction, though the Stunticons could tell that he was surprised by the state of their physical condition, even with his face mask. After a long moment, he motioned with a hand for Wildrider and his three team mates to lie down on one of the empty berths against the back wall, where a small space of the work shop had been allotted for emergency repairs.

As they began to make their way towards the back of the room, Breakdown paused to speak to him. “Hey, we’re sorry about what Blackjack did. We had no idea he was planning on… you know… stealing those plans.”

The Constructicon leader ignored his comment; instead, he began to connect Wildrider up to a monitor, and then retrieved a small tool from his work bench. Powering it up, he began to work on the worst parts of the mech’s frame. Finally he glanced back towards Breakdown, who had sat himself down on the berth beside Wildrider’s as Hook made his way over to begin work on him. “Where’s Blackjack?” he asked simply, sounding more curious than anything else.

Breakdown shrugged. “No idea. Haven’t seen him since this morning.”

“He really should be careful out there, what with the recent riots in Kaon,” Hook said, offering his advice.

Scrapper nodded in agreement before returning his attention to completing the repair work in silence.

The Nemesis Army


Rise of the Decepticons - Episodes 1 - 3: The Nemesis Army


TITLE Summary Links
Rise of the Decepticons – Episode 1: The Nemesis Army Part 1 Heroic Decepticons AU. Episode 1 in series: Rise of the Decepticons, Part 1 of 3.
Sentinel Prime takes a promising student under his wing, while Lord Straxus sends his new army to invade Iacon.


Rise of the Decepticons – Episode 2: The Nemesis Army Part 2 Heroic Decepticons AU. Episode 2 in series: Rise of the Decepticons, Part 2 of 3.
As the battle to save Iacon continues, the Decepticons discover how the Nemesis Army was created.


Rise of the Decepticons – Episode 3: The Nemesis Army Part 3 Heroic Decepticons AU. Episode 3 in series: Rise of the Decepticons, Part 3 of 3.
The conclusion of The Nemesis Army. Now in control of the Nemesis Army, Nemesis Prime is determined to fulfil his destiny and rule Cybertron.



Code of Honour

Summary: Thundercracker sets the record straight about events from his past while awaiting rescue on an asteroid. It features Thundercracker, with supporting characters Kup, Springer and Blitzwing.

This story is a spinoff from an episode of an upcoming series, but can be read as a standalone story. It will also link to an upcoming episode of the series Rise of the Decepticons.

I wanted to write a story that focuses on Thundercracker as the heroic Decepticon. The canonical issue of the question of his loyalty eventually came up and I felt that it was important to address it. Though this trait was only mentioned in his original profile (never in the cartoon), it has nevertheless spawned a plethora of fan fiction highlighting this particular aspect of his character.

I wanted to dispel this myth.

You can read Code of Honour at or Lexicon.

The French Bug

The French Bug available to read at or Lexicon.

Autobots and Decepticons alike are plagued by a strange affliction. Will they be able to reverse its effects before it’s too late?

I really need to get on to some more serious fics, but this idea was bugging me to write it so I did. You don’t have to know a lot of French to enjoy this story, though it’ll definitely help! You’ll also enjoy it more if you know what the characters all sound like in their G1 voices. Then all you need is a touch of the imagination…


Here are the English translations for the (mostly) French dialogue used in the story:

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Trouble in Paradise

My new story, Trouble in Paradise, is complete and can be found at or Lexicon.

Summary: Swindle attempts to solve a mystery, and help the Decepticons earn a place in Paradise.

Trouble in Paradise is not only my first detective story, but it is also the first story that I have written in the first person. Swindle is the central character, and because I was able to convey his direct thoughts and feelings, you’ll find that there is a little bit of bias against the Autobots as he, and the Decepticons in general, see them as rivals and will make fun of them any chance they get. Of course, the Autobots most certainly like to do the same to them!

Swindle is one of my favorite Decepticons. I think he has an intriguing and multi-faceted personality, and thought that he would be perfectly suited to detective fiction. I do intend to write more for this genre in future, and will probably be using other central characters, but I do like Swindle and he will definitely be returning to star in future stories.

Paradise Planet was used in the G1 Japanese cartoon Headmasters, though I’ve disregarded the canonical story completely, and added original characters (Representatives Mabus, Karlin and Gadrin, Commissioner Balek, Ambassador Shantar, Talak Ren, Solan, and Tora) for this story. ‘Paradisia’ and ‘Orbita’ are also original names.

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