From Transformers: Lost and Found
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Whirl is the great unifying force of the Lost Light: everyone hates Whirl, especially Whirl.
Whirl is impulsive and cares very little about himself or the people around him. He thrives off of negative attention which works out perfectly for him because it's usually the only kind of attention he can get. He's crass, offensive, extremely tasteless, and he loves nothing more than to pick fights with someone and watch them flip their shit. He's kind of a jerk that way. There is more to him than meets the eye (see what I did there?) but he much prefers to live up to his reputation as a terrible person, it makes life easier for him, helps keep people from getting too close.
Whirl lived a pretty decent live way back when, he was in the Aerial Corp under Nova Prime and it was okay but it wasn't really what he wanted, just what he HAD to do based solely on what he turned into, so he changed his function and went off to be a watchmaker. Turns out he was super awesome at it and he was making bank selling these watches but it wasn't so much about the money as it was about the craft and the art of it all but it doesn't matter because his whole career went up in flames (literally) after he refused to pay some thugs protection money. He then moved into the Dead End where he beat the crap out of people for fun, eventually catching the attention of the Senate who he began working for. After being forced to do awful, terrible things, Whirl wanted out but the Senate was like 'nope' and they cut off his hands and face so he had no choice but to rely on them. Things got even worse after Megatron was arrested and the Senate was all 'hey Whirl, kill that guy because we own you' so he did, or rather he tried, but Orion Pax (asshole) stepped in and ruined everything. Long story short, Whirl went to jail for a very long time.
Then Orion Pax (asshole) invited him to join his merry band of Autobots and that's what Whirl did for millions and millions of years, fighting against the Decepticons as an Autobot and later as a Wrecker once the group was formed. That was pretty awesome, but in time Whirl managed to fuck that up too and got the boot. He didn't take it well, like at all, and spent his time doing only god knows what and who until he found himself as part of the Lost Light crew entirely by accident.
- 2018-04-12 Redecoratin' (Bone-Spur, Whirl)
- 2018-03-21 Special Delivery (Sunstreaker, Whirl)
- 2018-01-24 Totally Worth Almost Dying (Whirl, Sequin, Waspinator, Giant)
- 2017-12-19 Welcome Back (Vortex, Whirl)
- 2017-10-15 Fountain Coins (Vortex, Whirl)
- 2017-10-11 Going Down? (Blast Off, Whirl)
- 2017-09-27 Encounters with Alternates (Blast Off, Whirl)
- 2017-09-27 Trust Me (Air Raid, Whirl)
- 2017-09-20 Worth Taking a Shot (Blast Off, Whirl)
- 2018-09-08 You Are (Not) Him (Whirl, !Blast Off)
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|Topsy Turvy||12 July 2017||The !Lost Lighters hit the Lost Light with a bomb snuck past their defenses in the frame of a mangled pair of cassettes: !Frumble. Without any particular design or reason, a number of the crews were apparently swapped into different bodies.|
|Functionist Station||29 December 2016||The Lost Light stops by a spacestation run completely by Cybertronians. Seemingly occupied by neutrals, its actually run by Neo-Functionists.|
|Losing Inhibition||25 November 2016||The personality ticks are back! No queen this time, they've just gotten loose on the ship. Hopefully the ship doesn't descend into chaos before these things are contained once more.|
|The Cosmic Carnival||3 November 2016||Every outwardly pleasant civilization must have a less pleasant side. Okay, so the carnival isn't exactly pleasant looking, but even that's nothing compared to what lies beneath it.|
|Animorphing||23 October 2016||The Lost Light comes upon a space station of mechanical aliens, the Elemens, who are eager to show off to Cybertronian visitors. One said Elemen is a little too eager, and ends up turning a group of visitors temporarily into robot animals.|
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