The Autobot Warrior, Sixknight?!
With the Autobot Godmaster line-up complete, Hawk hosts a party at the Autobot base, but it's actually a cover-up for something else: after discussing it between themselves, the Pretenders have decided that they would like Ginrai to become the new leader of the Autobots, and even though he is surprised by this he ends up accepting the position.
Elsewhere, Wilder, Bullhorn and Cancer are out doing nothing interesting, but Cancer can't stop thinking about Minerva and how she said it was not too late for him to join the Autobots. Wilder asks what's up and quickly points out that he must be thinking about that girl. Bullhorn then moves in and says that if he likes her so much then he can just go and join the Autobots, although Cancer makes it clear that he's not going to do that. They then all return back to their base for a meal with the other Decepticons.
At the meal, Giga tells everyone that whilst four more Godmasters should be sitting with them now, it doesn't mean that they have lost them forever and that they all must understand that using power alone is not going to be enough to take over this world, and that they must understand these humans to win. Cancer isn't really listening though and Mega sees this, so she meets with him after the meal.
Mega says that they are like one big family and that he can think of her as his mother, and then asks if he was thinking of joining the Autobots. Cancer tells her that he isn't, and then Mega says that she has a nice gift for him and presents him with a small Transformer called Browning, who is his to keep. Browning can transform into a pistol and he says that Cancer is his new boss and that he is sure to come in handy, and Cancer is over the moon with the gift.
Also out doing nothing interesting, Shūta, Cab and Minerva are watching some horses and talking about their new team-mate Road King, and then Minerva talks about Cancer and says that the only reason he is bad is because he met the likes of Blood and Gilmer. But they can't talk about it for long though as Sixknight suddenly appears behind them, although he doesn't want to fight. Shūta and Cab transform but Sixknight says that he just wants to speak to Ginrai, and throws down his gun.
Sixknight maintains that he just wants to see Ginrai, and not start a fight, and then asks to be taken to the Autobot base. The three Autobots know they can't reveal it's location to anyone, so instead Shūta contacts Hawk, who tells Ginrai about the situation. Ginrai says that he will go since it doesn't seem that Sixknight is going to cause trouble, even though it may be a trap. Shūta tells Sixknight that Ginrai is going to come after all, which pleases him.
Meanwhile the Decepticon Headmaster Jrs are up in the sky in a helicopter, above Japan. Cancer tells the others that he's going to prove to them that Minerva means nothing to him, although they think he still likes her and wouldn't do something like that, and begin to laugh. Browning just tells him to ignore his friends and don't let them get to him.
Back with Sixknight, Ginrai arrives and finds the other Autobots still there and point out where the one who wants to meet him is. He finds Sixknight, who starts to say about how weak and pathetic humans are, but the fact of the matter is that he still somehow managed to lose to one in a battle, and now, he wants to know why.
Once again with the three Decepticons, Cancer and the others leap out of the helicopter and let Browning continue to pilot it as their Transtectors are dropped off and they all land in a forest area. Wilder says he's seen this before and remembers it being the place where Cancer was captured before. Cancer then tells them of his plan, and it is to destroy this area to lure out Minerva so he can tell her what he really thinks of her. But this can't be done before Browning manages to crash the helicopter next to them.
Ginrai gives Sixknight an answer, and tells him that whilst humans are weak, they will fight to protect their loved ones even if they cannot win, and that this is the strength of humans. This is his full response and Sixknight gets annoyed because he doesn't see it as a true answer, and that it seems he is trying say that he lost to this invisible thing. Ginrai goes on to say that in battle, your opponent may not move as you'd expect him to and this could put you at a disadvantage, and you need to overcome these disadvantages, and if you have the strength to do that, you stand a chance. Hawk then reports in to tell them all that the Decepticon Headmaster Jrs are wrecking havoc in a town, and they move out - but Sixknight then says that he will prove he is not a Decepticon and heads towards the location to take them on himself.
The Decepticons are still wrecking the place and shouting out for Minerva to appear, but they then see Sixknight fly in, and he transforms and lands in front of them all. They tell him to get lost, but he proves that he has a funny side, and then proceeds to fight the three of them at the same time, and still come out on top. The Autobots arrive and see that Sixknight was serious about proving that he doesn't work for the Decepticons, although they still aren't sure if they can fully trust him yet.
Forcing them out into the open by shooting missiles everywhere, the Decepticons regroup and say that they will have to try and lower his guard to beat him, and they then all throw themselves down and beg to be spared, and that they will retreat peacefully if Sixknight just lets them go. Saying that he doesn't kill children, he agrees to this, but in doing so he falls victim to a surprise attack and the Decepticons start to beat him up. Ginrai tells the other Autobots not to go and help him as it would only hurt his pride.
Minerva can't stand to watch how cruelly the Decepticons are treating Sixknight, and runs across to call out to Cancer and tell him top stop. He's glad that she is here, and he says that she should stop preaching as her words mean nothing to him and that he will never join the Autobots. In doing this though, his guard is down, so Sixknight grabs him by the arm...
...and throws him into Wilder and Bullhorn. He then takes back what he said earlier and instead says that he cannot let them live now. Minerva tries to stop him from killing them all but he says that it's none of her business and is about to shoot when Browning runs over to Minerva and tells her to fire him as he's got a tear gas shot ready which should give them enough time to escape.
After firing the shot, there is some confusion as Browning heads over to the Decepticons, and tells his boss that they can get away now if they hurry. Cancer thanks him and the Decepticons retreat, and by the time the gas clears they are gone. Sixknight isn't angry though as he says that he didn't have it in him to kill them anyway and that he hopes this proves that he is not a Decepticon.
Ginrai asks him if he would like to come back with them to the Autobot base, but he says that their meeting today did have a point and that they will both meet again. He then transforms to his jet mode and heads off into the sky as the Autobots watch him depart.
The tear gas shouldn't have effected Sixknight anyway, because just two episodes a go he was shown to be able to pick out some of those Japanese jet fighters even though they were hiding in clouds, and he was still able to shoot them down.