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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Russia is a country in eastern Europe and northern Asia.


History of Russia

19th century

In 1812, soldiers from Napoléon Bonaparte's Russian campaign were abducted by the War Lords. (DW: The War Games)

In 1894, Fitz Kreiner joined a scientific expedition to Russia. (EDA: Time Zero)

20th century

In 1908, the Great Divide opened in Russia, allowing some of the Charrl to enter that time period. (NA: Birthright)

In 1916, the Doctor, Jo Grant and Liz Shaw visited Russia and met Rasputin. (PDA: The Wages of Sin)

In 1943, Russian soldiers attempted to steal the ULTIMA device from its base in Maiden's Point. (DW: The Curse of Fenric)

In 1951, the Doctor visited Russia. (EDA: Endgame)

In 1957, Russia launched a satellite that was hijacked by the Master, who used it to summon the Tzun to Earth. (NA: First Frontier)

In 1958 Colonel Stark of the United States allied with Lord Azlok and the Viperox hoping to destroy the USSR,However after they betrayed him he allied with The Doctor to defeat them. (DW: Dreamland)

Soon after UNIT was formed, they used a Russian rocket to destroy the Cybermen's invasion fleet. (DW: The Invasion)

Four Russian cosmonauts had their minds extracted by an alien Extractor. (DWA: The Mind Extractors)

The British and Russian branches of UNIT worked together against the Waro threat. (PDA: The Devil Goblins from Neptune)

In 1986, the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl underwent a meltdown. (DWM: Black Destiny)

21st century

In the early 21st century, the Doctor, Rose Tyler and Jack Harkness were drawn to a derelict Russian naval base by an intergalactic distress signal. (NSA: The Deviant Strain)

During The Year that Never Happened, "Harold Saxon" made Russia the number one shipyard of weaponry for the Time Lord Empire. According to Martha Jones, the shipyards spanned all across Russia, "from the Baltic to the Bearing Straits. (DW: Last of the Time Lords)

By the 2050s, same-sex marriage was legal in Russia. (DW: The Waters of Mars)

In 2058, Russia was part of the Bowie Base One mission to Mars, sending astronaut Yuri Kerenski. (DW: The Waters of Mars)

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Russia is a region on Earth. Starfleet officers Pavel Chekov and Ivan Verov were born and raised in Russia, and Worf also spent much of his childhood there.

From 1917 to 1991, Russia was part of the Soviet Union, one of the main nation-states on Earth.

Pavel Chekov was a native of Russia, and took great pride in his countrymen's accomplishments -- oftentimes to the point of exaggeration. (TOS episode: "Friday's Child", et al)

Sergey and Helena Rozhenko were also of Russian/Ukranian heritage, and raised their adopted son Worf in Russia for part of his childhood. (TNG episode: "Family"; DS9 episode: "Image in the Sand")

Anastasia Komananov was a fictional Russian in the Julian Bashir, Secret Agent holoprogram, based on the pulp novel character written in the 1980s based on real KGB spy Anastasia Natalya Komananov (DS9 episodes: "Our Man Bashir", "His Way"; TOS novel The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2).


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Russia is a transcontinental country extending over much of northern Eurasia. It is a semi-presidential republic comprising 83 federal subjects. Russia shares land borders with the following countries (anticlockwise from northwest to southeast): Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland (via Kaliningrad Oblast), Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and North Korea. It also borders the Arctic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Caspian Sea, the Baltic Sea, and the Black Sea. Russia is close to the United States (Alaska) and Japan.

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Kathryn Mullen and Jim Henson perform Kermit and Miss Piggy in front of Moscow's Red Square in August 1988.

Russia is a country that stretches over a vast expanse of Europe and Asia, with an area of 17,075,400 square kilometres. The largest country in the world by land mass, it covers almost twice the territory of the next-largest country, Canada. It is also close to the United States and Japan across relatively small stretches of water. The capital city is Moscow.



Formerly the dominant Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) while under Communist rule, Russia is now an independent country and an influential member of the Commonwealth of Independent States, since the Union's dissolution in December 1991. During the Soviet era, Russia was also officially called the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR). Russia is considered the Soviet Union's successor state in diplomatic matters. The country is known for its frozen regions, for bringing about Napoleon Bonaparte's defeat when he attempted to conquer it, for such dietary staples as borscht and vodka, and for its contributions to literature, such as War and Peace. P.G. Wodehouse once described later examples of the Russian novel as "grey studies of hopeless misery, where nothing happened till page three hundred and eighty, when the moujik decided to commit suicide."[1]


Russia has also made significant contributions to the development of ballet, influencing the New York school of ballet in the United States. Tchaikvsky's The Nutcracker is one of the more popular ballets worldwide, and Rudolf Nureyev is considered the most influential Russian dancer of the mid-20th century.

Despite its current independence, Russia is also closely associated with the Communist ideology, to a greater extent even than China, and for the long-standing Cold War which erupted between the USSR and the United States. The earliest known reference to Russia in Muppet productions is indicative of this perception; in a Wilkins Coffee spot, Wilkins and Wontkins appear in a Communist Russian store, where Wontkins sells "Party Line Coffee" but sneaks capitalist coffee like Wilkins to certain customers. A de-politicized view of Russia can be seen as the March image for the Sesame Street 1978 Calendar, which featured a global travel theme. That same year, The Muppet Show featured a Russian-themed opening number in episode 310, with Muppet pigs twirling around doing Russian dances.

Muppet Ambassadors

Initially, Soviet Russia naturally viewed the Muppets with suspicion. Sesame Street in particular was denounced in the Russian newspaper Sovietsa Kultura in 1973 as "the latest example of United States cultural imperialism":

We don't know whether the authors of that program gave it that title intentionally. The word "sesame" comes from the orient and means "open up." One thing is certain: With that type of program, imperialism is eeking to penetrate into other people's homes, even if door and windows are tightly locked. The passkey is to be global television. [2]

Later that same year, however, slight inroads were evident: nine Soviet educators visited the Children's Television Workshop offices and studios, and "were especially delighted" by Sam the Robot.[3]

The Muppets have occasionally made personal visits to the country as well. In 1984, Kermit the Frog claimed top-billing over John Denver at a children's concert at the American embassy in Moscow. Newscasters referred to the visit as "Kermit sees the Kremlin." Denver introduced Kermit and asked him why he was there. According to Kermit, "I'm here visiting other Russian frogs. Actually, I think they're all hibernating though... It's very cold out there." Denver opined that maybe frogs in Russia might be red, sparking mixed reactions from the audience and from Kermit, who deemed it a "reptilian slur," despite the fact that he's an amphibian. [4]

During the same visit, Jim Henson paid a visit to acclaimed Russian puppeteer Sergei Obraztsov, who Henson called "the father of international puppetry." Henson also presented the older puppeteer with four puppets to add to Obraztsov's Moscow Theater puppet museum: a Fraggle, a Skeksis, Beauregard, and Robin the Frog. "They're happy to be in such delightful company," Henson said, and recalled that when he started out, all he knew about puppetry he gleaned from books, and Obraztsov's was the first one he read. Obraztsov jokingly referred to Henson as "his son" in the traditions of puppetry. [5]

In February 1988, while the country was still under Soviet rule, Jim Henson attended the American Film Celebration in Moscow, the second American film festival held in the Soviet Union, and conducted a puppetry workshop. Later that year, Kermit and Miss Piggy posed in front of Red Square, an image reproduced in several magazine publications, while filming the Marlo Thomas special Free to Be... a Family. The special was announced as the first Soviet-American co-production of an entertainment show and had the Muppets participating in a puppet summit with a Russian pig puppet. Also in 1988, Henson and Anthony Minghella began mining Russian folklore extensively for use in The StoryTeller. This is perhaps most evident in "The Soldier and Death," involving a returning military man in Tsarist Russia. At one point, the soldier uses his gifts to save the Tsar of Russia himself.

In 1989, the governing Soviet television body, Gostelradio, broadcast an episode of Fraggle Rock, which drew unprecedented ratings and letters from 3,500 viewers. As a result, the organization agreed to allow both Fraggle Rock and The Muppet Show to air the following fall, becoming the first Western series to air on Soviet television. [6]

In 1996, in the wake of a changing post-Soviet Russia, Ulitsa Sezam debuted as a Russian co-production of Sesame Street. In keeping with Russian culture, the key local Muppet, Zeliboba, originally designed with an earthy brown coat of fur and leaves, became blue, a color traditionally associated with spirits. Grover has occasionally incorporated elements of Russian culture on the US series as well, with Russian cossack dancing and in a Waiter Grover sketch involving Charlie's Russian restaurant.



  1. Wodehouse, P. G. "The Clicking of Cuthbert." 1921.
  2. "Sesame Street Denounced by Soviet as Imperialistic." The New York Times. August 16, 1973
  3. "Sam the Robot Delights Visitors from The Soviet." San Rafael Independent Journal. September 1973
  4. Gibson, Charles. ABC News. November 25, 1984.
  5. Smale, Alison. "Henson Takes Kermit to Meet Russian Puppetmaster." The Associated Press. November 23, 1984
  6. "Names in the News." The Associated Press. April 7, 1989
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From The Vault

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) also known as the Soviet Union was a pre-war state in Eastern Europe and Asia. Unlike its real world counterpart, it was not dissolved in 1991.

The Soviet Union had a consular service and a foreign service, and had strong consular relations with the United States. There was a Soviet consulate in Los Angeles (the one Natalia's grandfather worked at), suggesting that Soviet-American relations were good enough in 2077 that American and Soviet citizens were able to visit each other's countries as a consulate would be designed to cater to the needs of the citizens of its mother country visiting or working in abroad. [1]. The Soviet Union's status during the Great War was friendly to the U.S.A, and it is not known what role they played during the Great War.


  • The Soviet Union is mentioned in the biography of Natalia, one of the pre-made characters in Fallout, whose grandfather was a Soviet diplomat at the USSR's Los Angeles consulate.
  • In Fallout 3, the Museum of Technology states that the Soviet Union, along with China, constantly refuted the American claim that they put the first man into space in 1961.
The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.
  • The AK47, a Soviet-made assault rifle, is a common weapon in Fallout Tactics.
  • The wreckage of the Soviet space station Mir appears as an easter egg in a special encounter.
The following is based on Fallout Extreme and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
  • In the canceled Fallout Extreme, the main characters would actually visit Russia.


  • In Wasteland, the game which influenced the Fallout series the Russian led Soviet Union played a pivotal role.


  1. A diplomat from the Soviet Consulate in Los Angeles was able to secure a place in Vault 13 and Natalia, one of the Fallout 1 pre-made characters, was the diplomat's grandchild

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Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

Flag and abbrev. Flag of Russia RUS
Continent Europe
Leader Dmitry Medvedev
Population 142,008,838 (as of 2008)
Registered players 82,967
Percentage 0,06%
National team Russian National Team
National federation Russian Ice Hockey Federation
IIHF ranking 2nd (+3)
Top league Continental Hockey League
Current champion Salavat Yulaev Ufa
Russia's flag

Russia is an European country, bordered by Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania (Kaliningrad Oblast), Poland (Kaliningrad Oblast), Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and North Korea. It is also close to the U.S. state of Alaska, Sweden and Japan across relatively small stretches of water (the Bering Strait, the Baltic Sea, and La Pérouse Strait, respectively). There is a little over 142 million people living in Russia, which capital is Moscow.



Hockey is a very popular sport in Russia. It's top professional league, the Kontinental Hockey League, is among the strongest in the world. The league was created out of the Russian Superleague and made a major league with the unveiled intent of competing with the National Hockey League.

History of hockey in Russia

Russian hockey's history and strenght is closely tied to that of the Soviet Union, of which Russia was a prominent member.


On the international level, Russia is very competitive, continuously ranked in the elite of the world and part of the Big Seven.

Some great Russian players

See also

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

Broadcast by
Channel One Russia
Monday to Thursday
(see Broadcast below).
Series Known As
Остаться в живых (Staying Alive)
Yes (See main article: voice actors)

In Russia, Lost is broadcast by Первый канал (Channel One Russia), and the series is known as "Остаться в живых" which in Latin letters is "Astatsia V Zhivih", and is translated as "Staying Alive".



Lost is broadcast dubbed in the Russian language.

For a list of Russian voice actors, see: voice actors.
  • Season 1 premiered on Channel One Russia in July 2005. Two episodes were shown each Sunday.
  • Season 1 was shown again on Channel One Russia in September 2006.
  • Season 1 was shown again on Channel One Russia in July 2007.
  • Season 1 was shown on TNT Channel in January 2009.
  • Season 2 aired from 3 October (premiere) to 2 November 2006 (finale).
  • Season 2 was shown again on Channel One Russia in August 2007.
  • Season 2 was shown on TNT Channel in January - February 2009.
  • Season 3 was shown on Channel One Russia in January 2008.
  • Season 4 was shown on Channel One Russia in January 2009.
  • Season 5 is showing on Channel One Russia from 5 September (premiere) to 26 December 2009 (finale). Episodes are showing by one each Saturday on 11:00/11:10/11:50 PM or each Sunday on 00:00/00:10/00:20 AM.
  • Season 6 will be shown on Channel One Russia from 7 February (premiere) to 23 May 2010 (finale).

Two hour season finales is separated when it is shown on the russian TV and there is a two episodes each with previously on Lost.


LOST: First season (5 DVD)

The DVD box set is available in Russia for 487 roubles (about $18.50).

Technical Specifications:

  • Region: 5
  • Video Format: Anamorphic widescreen 1.78:1
  • Audio Tracks: Russian (Dolby Pro Logic 2.1), Polish (Dolby Pro Logic 2.1), Hungarian (Dolby Pro Logic 2.1), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Polish, Serbian, Hungarian, Portuguese, Czech, Hebrew, Bulgarian, Romanian, Croatian, Slovenian

LOST: Second season (6 DVD)

The DVD box set is sold for 539 roubles (about $20.50).

Technical Specifications:

  • Region: 5
  • Video Format: Anamorphic widescreen 1.85:1
  • Audio Tracks: Russian (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: No


You can download official promos here. On you can watch Lost promos made for Channel One Russia:

  • Kate
  • Jack
  • Hugo
  • Jin
  • Charlie
  • Sawyer
  • John
  • Channel 1 Lost Promo
  • Season 3 Promo

Cyrillic transliteration


  • Jack Shephard - Джек Шепард
  • Kate Austen - Кейт Остин
  • John Locke - Джон Локк
  • James Sawyer - Джеймс "Сойер" Форд
  • Sayid Jarrah - Саид Джарра
  • Charlie Pace - Чарли Пейс
  • Claire Littleton - Клер Литтлтон
  • Walt Lloyd - Уолт Ллойд
  • Jin Kwon - Джин Квон
  • Sun Kwon - Сун Квон
  • Shannon Rutherford - Шэннон Ратфорд
  • Boone Carlyle - Бун Карлайл
  • Desmond Hume - Дезмонд Хьюм
  • Bernard Nadler - Бернард Надлер
  • Rose - Роуз
  • Libby - Либби
  • Ana Lucia Cortez - Ана-Люсия Кортез
  • Mr. Eko Tunde - Мистер Эко Тунде
  • Aaron "Austen" Littleton - Аарон "Остин" Литтлтон
  • Dr. Lesley Arzt - Доктор Лесли Арцт
  • Cindy Chandler - Синди Чендлер
  • Vincent - Винсент
  • Nikki Fernandez - Никки Фернандез
  • Paulo - Пауло
  • Danielle Rousseau - Даниэль Руссо
  • Kelvin Joe Inman - Келвин Джо Инман
  • Alvar Hanso - Алвар Хансо
  • Karen DeGroot - Карен ДеГрут
  • Gerald DeGroot - Джеральд ДеГрут
  • Dr. Marvin Candle - Доктор Марвин Кендл
  • Dr. Mark Wickmund - Доктор Марк Викмунд
  • Penelope Widmore - Пенелопа Видмор
  • Charles Widmore - Чарльз Видмор
  • Rachel Blake - Рэйчел Блейк
  • Thomas Mittelwerk - Томас Миттельверк
  • Enzo Valenzetti - Энцо Валензетти
  • Alexandra Rousseau - Александра Руссо
  • Bea Klugh - Би Клаг
  • Benjamin Linus - Бэнджамин Лайнус
  • Colleen - Колин
  • Danny Pickett - Дэнни Пиккетт
  • Ethan Rom - Итан Ром
  • Goodwin - Гудвин
  • "Him" - "Он"
  • Isabel - Изабэл
  • Jacob - Джейкоб
  • Juliet Burke - Джульет Бёрк
  • Karl - Карл
  • Tom - Том

Cast and crew

Episode names

Season 1

Сезон 1

  1. Пилот. Часть 1 – "Pilot, Part 1"
  2. Пилот. Часть 2 – "Pilot, Part 2"
  3. Чистая доска – "Tabula Rasa"
  4. Поход – "Walkabout"
  5. Белый кролик – "White Rabbit"
  6. Дом восходящего солнца – "House of the Rising Sun"
  7. Мотылек – "The Moth"
  8. Мошенник – "Confidence Man"
  9. Уединение – "Solitary"
  10. Взращенный другими – "Raised by Another"
  11. У всех лучших ковбоев были проблемы с родителями – "All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues"
  12. Что бы в этом кейсе не было – "Whatever the Case May Be"
  13. Чувство и разум – "Hearts and Minds"
  14. Особенный – "Special"
  15. Возвращение домой – "Homecoming"
  16. Внезаконники – "Outlaws"
  17. В переводе – "...In Translation"
  18. Числа – "Numbers"
  19. Бог из машины – "Deus Ex Machina"
  20. Не навреди – "Do No Harm"
  21. Лучшая участь – "The Greater Good"
  22. Рожденная бежать – "Born to Run"
  23. Исход. Часть 1 – "Exodus, Part 1"
  24. Исход. Часть 2 – "Exodus, Part 2"

Season 2

Сезон 2

  1. Человек науки, человек веры - "Man of Science, Man of Faith"
  2. По течению - "Adrift"
  3. Ориентация - "Orientation"
  4. Все ненавидят Хьюго - "Everybody Hates Hugo"
  5. …и найденное. - "...And Found"
  6. Покинутая - "Abandoned"
  7. Другие 48 дней - "The Other 48 Days"
  8. Столкновение - "Collision"
  9. Что натворила Кейт - "What Kate Did"
  10. 23 Псалом - "The 23rd Psalm"
  11. Охотничья партия - "The Hunting Party"
  12. Огонь + вода - "Fire + Water"
  13. Долгая афера - "The Long Con"
  14. Один из них - "One of Them"
  15. Декретный отпуск - "Maternity Leave"
  16. Вся правда - "The Whole Truth"
  17. Строгая изоляция - "Lockdown"
  18. Дэйв - "Dave"
  19. С.О.С. - "S.O.S."
  20. Двое на дороге - "Two for the Road"
  21.  ? - "?"
  22. Три минуты - "Three Minutes"
  23. Живём вместе, умираем поодиночке - "Live Together, Die Alone"

Season 3

Сезон 3

  1. Рассказ о двух городах - "A Tale of Two Cities"
  2. Стеклянная балерина - "The Glass Ballerina"
  3. Дальнейшие инструкции - "Further Instructions"
  4. Каждый сам за себя - "Every Man for Himself"
  5. Цена жизни - "The Cost of Living"
  6. Я согласна - "I Do"
  7. Не в Портленде - "Not in Portland"
  8. Вспышки перед глазами - "Flashes Before Your Eyes"
  9. Чужой среди чужих - "Stranger in a Strange Land"
  10. Триша Танака мертва - "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead"
  11. Введите 77 - "Enter 77"
  12. Авиапочта - "Par Avion"
  13. Человек из Таллахасси - "The Man from Tallahassee"
  14. Голая правда - "Exposé"
  15. Брошенные - "Left Behind"
  16. Одна из нас - "One of Us"
  17. Уловка 22 - "Catch-22"
  18. Дата зачатия - "D.O.C."
  19. Бриг - "The Brig"
  20. Человек за ширмой - "The Man Behind the Curtain"
  21. Лучшие хиты - "Greatest Hits"
  22. Через зеркало - "Through the Looking Glass"

Season 4

Сезон 4

  1. Начало конца - "The Beginning of the End"
  2. Официально погибшие - "Confirmed Dead"
  3. Экономист - "The Economist"
  4. Яичный город - "Eggtown"
  5. Константа - "The Constant"
  6. Другая женщина - "The Other Woman"
  7. Чи Ён - "Ji Yeon"
  8. Знакомьтесь - Кевин Джонсон - "Meet Kevin Johnson"
  9. Перспективы на будущее - "The Shape of Things to Come"
  10. Домашние радости - "Something Nice Back Home"
  11. Лихорадка в хижине - "Cabin Fever"
  12. Нет места лучше дома, часть 1 - "There's No Place Like Home, Part 1"
  13. Нет места лучше дома, части 2 и 3 - "There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3"

Season 5

Сезон 5

  1. Потому что вас нет - "Because You Left"
  2. Ложь - "The Lie"
  3. Бомба - "Jughead"
  4. Маленький принц - "The Little Prince"
  5. Остров смерти - "This Place Is Death"
  6. 316 - "316"
  7. Жизнь и смерть Джереми Бентама - "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham"
  8. Лефлёр - "LaFleur"
  9. Добро пожаловать - "Namaste"
  10. Это наш ты - "He's Our You"
  11. Обратной дороги нет - "Whatever Happened, Happened"
  12. Мертвый — значит мертвый - "Dead Is Dead"
  13. Некоторые любят планету Хот горячее - "Some Like It Hoth"
  14. Переменная величина - "The Variable"
  15. Следуй за лидером - "Follow the Leader"
  16. Катаклизм - "The Incident, Parts 1 & 2"

External links

  • Lost on Channel One Russia
    • Channel One Lost forums
  • Channel One Russia international site
  • Ru.Lostpedia
  • Ru.Wikipedia
  • seberya Lost - fansite
  • - First russian fansite (forum)
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Russian Federation

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Russian Federation
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6,592,800 sq mi


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The Russian Federation is a transcontinental country extending over much of northern Eurasia (Asia and Europe). With an area over 6.5 million square miles, Russia is by far the largest country in the world, covering almost twice the total area of the next-largest country, Canada, and has significant mineral and energy resources.

Formerly the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, a republic of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), Russia became the Russian Federation following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991.



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Russia is a nation-state. It is the largest nation-state on Earth, stretching from Europe across Asia.

It used to be part of the Soviet Union, and the most dominant of its fifteen republics, but the band broke up in the early 1990s. Or so we ''think''.



IDW comics continuity

An ongoing separatist movement in the state of Brasnya was being manipulated by the Decepticons for their own ends, by means of artificial human "facsimiles". Russian and seperatist forces were manipulated into conflict, which could have exploded into a major war if the battle hadn't disrupted by cars fighting space shuttles and the presence of giant warring robots.

After being directly spoken to by one robot, the Russian forces stood down and withdrew. Escalation

Titan Magazines

In an alternate reality, the Decepticon invasion caused Russia to buddy up with NATO and advocate nuclear strikes on Decepticon-held America. It didn't work out well... Transformers Comic issue 10

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  • Originally in Escalation, the series identified the Soviet Union as the state that Brasnya was attempting to break away from. This was changed in Escalation issue 5 from the Soviet Union to Russia.

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