Depends. If it’s a bounty, I imagine it’d be an epic fight, likely resulting in Dreadwing escaping and Crescendoll stuck with a mess they have to runaway from before the authorities pin the blame on them even if half the damage were caused by them…okay, 85% of the damage (Prowl would pay them back though.)
Probably a picture of all the people he hates and/or annoys him, so there’s a lot of Rodimus pictures in his room.
Oh goodness, heavy forbid if these two get together. It’ll be a 24-hour fiesta…forever.
Fascinated, likely given how seemingly endless the backpack is.
I imagine if they were in TFP, everyone would be super serious while assing around questionable plots. Except Wreck-Gar who probably wouldn’t fit in a series like that.
Wreck-Gar: HILARITY ENSUES!
Perceptor: If they are an enemy, they will be dead. Very dead.
Prowl: Funny you should mention that. It happened to us about three orbital cycles ago when we enter a giant planet. We ended up in this child’s home, his name was Aron. He was quite the kind young man, though sadly timid.
Well, once the child had played with us enough (that is, we convinced him we needed to go home), he was more than willing to help us. I hope to think he learned a bit about inner strength. It would be nice to visit him again some solar cycle.
Perceptor: Near as I can tell, the function is exactly the same. However, Wreck-Gar is an interesting case. His mobility, his boundaries are limitless. They are stretched beyond any Cybertronian or alien species I have ever witnessed. He is able to defy physics and scientific laws with a mere thought. Clearly the Allspark has infused specific abilities in him. Prowl theorizes he may be gifted with the Allspark’s power - perhaps even chosen by Primus Himself, but I do not believe in such trife.
Regardless, I have taken to nickname him “The Great Exception.” He is a worthy study.