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"Now, this might sting a bit...eh, who am I kidding, this could just about kill you!"

Branding the mark of the Decepticons into one's structure is more significant than wearing the Autobrand or the simple inks that humans paint upon themselves. It weaves its way into the body, taking hold of vital circuits until it makes its way the Transformer's very spark. And once the branding is done, it is not easy to remove...

Welcome, brave Decepticons. Your destiny awaits...

Megatron as he brands the Constructicons, A Bridge Too Close, Part I

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Dreamwave Generation One comics

After sufficient (and painful) modifications to the structure, a newly recruited Decepticon would then be branded with the mark of the Decepticons. Starscream once claimed that it was all part of Megatron's way of controlling them. The War Within issue 3

Energon cartoon

When Megatron defeated Scorponok after his resurrection, he painfully branded the mark of the Decepticons onto the Terrorcon general as a way to remind him of his power. Megatron Resurrected

Later, after the creation of Alpha Quintesson's planets, Megatron rebranded Scorponok, going even further than the last time. Protection After this, he captured Inferno and branded him, causing a mental battle within Inferno over whether or not he was an Autobot. Imprisoned Inferno The dilemma only ended with his death. Farewell Inferno

Animated cartoon

Once the Constructicons had completed the space bridge, Megatron then initiated them into the ranks of the Decepticons. After the pair recited the oath of loyalty, Megatron then branded them with the Decepticon seal, painfully. The two Constructicons suffered some serious discomfort, but also got a color change of their exostructures and optics. A Bridge Too Close, Part I


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