Rebels Without A Circuit

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Renegade Rhetoric is a virtual continuation of Challenge of the GoBots via text stories.
Renegade Rhetoric Episode 1
Cy-Kill's presented order
"Rebels Without A Circuit"
Publisher Fun Publications
First published December 28, 2015
Story by Jim Sorenson and Chris McFeely
Written by Jim Sorenson

Back for their stunning second season!

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

At the Guardian Academy on GoBotron, Major Mo was putting a new class of Guardians through their paces. However, timid Tail Pipe, jockish Raizor, competitive Bent Wing, and lackadaisical Super Couper were the biggest challenge of his career. Major Mo threw up his arms and called them nothing but a group of "Robo Rebels". During a training exercise, some real Renegades interceded and tried to kidnap the Guardians' UNECOM allies. The cadets proved helpless and hopeless in combat, and only the arrival of Leader-1's team prevented the kidnapping.

Still haunted by the treachery of the Dread Launchers, the Guardian Council were forced to consider these cadets might actually be Renegade spies. Bladez, newest member of the council, insisted they be confined to quarters. Bent Wing and her crew snuck out in the night to find evidence of their innocence. At the council building, computer records confirmed that only Major Mo and Bladez knew where the training session was to take place in advance. While they were snooping, the rebels heard and blast and found High Councilor Zeemon smoldering from a blaster wound to the chest, moments before a security team caught them, seemingly red handed!

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(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)

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  • Challenge of the GoBots Season 2 was a virtual continuation of the original show related by Vector Prime (from his multiversal perspective) and Cy-Kill (who lived it).
    • In realities where this story aired on television, it premiered on October 27, 1986.
  • This episode title was first released in an Ask Vector Prime post on December 21, 2015.

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