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The Ark is a Vanguard-class Deep Space Interceptor.It has five decks and houses a full crew complement of 300 Transformers (although it can be flown by only a handful if necessary). Its environment is fully automated and self-sufficient. For engines, it features 4 Hyperfuel Intake Accelerators.
The Ark was "the last of the great arks." Raiders of the Last Ark It is also referred to as the most powerful starship in Cybertron's history, and control of it was considered a huge tactical advantage.
It was launched to clear a path for the wandering planet Cybertron through an asteroid field. When this was done and her reserves depleted, the Decepticons attacked and boarded her. Hoping to end the threat of Megatron forever, Optimus Prime purposely crashed the ship into the passing planet Earth. The Ark crashed into Mount St. Hilary, a volcano located a small distance outside of what would one day become Portland, Oregon. The Transformers
After the crash, some of the Ark's systems still functioned, and when they detected the Decepticon Shockwave making planetfall, the ship revived five of her Autobot crew and rebuilt them into the Dinobots. Upon the disappearance of these warriors in their attempt to destroy Shockwave, the Ark shut itself down. Repeat Performance!
Four million years later, Mount St. Hilary erupted, jarring the ship back to life. It revived and, unable to distinguish Autobot from Decepticon or to detect organic life (clearly it had suffered additional malfunctions since creating the Dinobots), it revived both sides to transform into the machines it perceived as the planet's dominant lifeforms.
The Ark constructed five new Transformer bodies. Wheeljack installed within them the minds of five Autobot warriors, which were encoded in crystals before the Autobots left Cybertron. Rock and Roll-Out!
During Grimlock's first term as Autobot leader, he had the ship repaired Used Autobots and returned to space. Child's Play The Ark served as a base of operations of sorts for the various search parties during the Matrix quest. Matrix Quest The Creation Matrix was eventually found by Thunderwing, but it had been corrupted by evil and began controlling Thunderwing's actions. Thunderwing was granted access to the Ark while aboard a shuttle stolen from Grimlock's search party. Once aboard, the corrupted Creation Matrix fought the Autobots through his vessel, Thunderwing, who was beating everyone up until Nightbeat harpooned him with the shuttle and opened the cargo bay doors. The shuttle, Thunderwing, and the Creation Matrix were ejected into space. All Fall Down
The Ark hung around near Earth for a time, until it was abandoned in orbit when Primus teleported all nearby Transformers back to Cybertron to face Unicron. Out of Time! It was recovered by the Dinobots and flown to Cybertron to engage Unicron. The Void! Grimlock, being the master of tactics that he is, physically rammed Unicron with the powerfully armed starship, which was then abandoned and crashed on Cybertron. On the Edge of Extinction! It was recovered this time by Shockwave and Starscream, who repaired it and took it to Earth to conquer that planet with it. Still Life! This plan was foiled by Galvatron, Megatron and Ratchet crashing the party. Their battle caused the ship to crash to Earth again, this time into the Canadian wilderness. A Savage Circle
The Ark's original crew in the comics included all of the 1984 Autobots, the Dinobots, Red Alert (in the UK), the recorded mental engrams of most of the other 1985 Autobot cars, and Toaster.
The Ark was recovered and repaired by Megatron, Realignments who attempted to take it back to Cybertron and conquer that planet with it. This was foiled by Fortress Maximus and Spike Witwicky, who sacrificed their lives to cause an anti-matter explosion that finally destroyed the great ship. All or Nothing!
Megatron took command of the Ark, but apparently kept it (with Ratchet on ice, and Shockwave's head in a jar) as his new headquarters on Earth. The ship played host to the visiting Decepticons led by Bug Bite, and a subsequent battle between the Decepticons as well as a party of invading Autobots, who destroyed its computers. Games of Deception
In the realm of Zero Space, someone witnessed the Ark crashing on Earth in the planet's prehistoric era and its second crash in the planet's twentieth century. Counterpoint During the second crash, Galvatron was thrown from the ship and wound up buried in the ice of Yukon in stasis lock after a battle with Fortress Maximus. Loose Ends, Part 5 To save his spark following the crash, Shockwave willingly wired himself into the Ark. Natural Selection, Part Two
For two years after the crash, Spike and Fortress Maximus kept the Ark isolated until Spike called it quits in 1994 so as to live a normal life. Soon after, someone either very greedy or very bored or both managed to enter the Ark. Subsequent events are unclear but they managed to reactivate Megatron. Loose Ends, Part 3 Using the Ark as his main base in an attempt to get Optimus Prime's attention, Loose Ends, Part 2 Megatron exploited his mental connection with Ratchet to reactivate the Ark, reprogramming Aunty and reviving the Underbase casualties as lobotomized zombies to serve him. Using the Ark, Megatron devastated Earth turning the planet into a wasteland. Loose Ends, Part 3
Kup considered the Ark being left on Earth one of the many loose ends leftover from the Great War and took a squad of Wreckers to Earth to tie it up. When they arrived over the devastated Earth, Megatron took advantage of their shock to shoot them down. Loose Ends, Part 1
When the Wreckers met up with Spike, now Circuit Smasher, the human informed them of how the Autobots abandoning the Ark had allowed Megatron to unleash hell on Earth. Leadfoot called foul on the story as despite Megatron's tactical skills, the Decepticon leader lacked the engineering and medical knowledge necessary to reboot and reprogram the Ark as well as to reanimate the corpses. Blackrock pegged the Ark as the reason Megatron kept his hold on Earth with its onboard systems being able to resist any human incursion. When Megatron baited the Wreckers to Washington, D.C., Springer thought the Ark would be relatively unguarded and thus open to assault. Loose Ends, Part 3
Under the command of Roadbuster, a human/Wrecker force made ready to attack the Ark, though Circuit Smasher insisted that the Ark was to be destroyed, not hijacked by the Autobots as a ticket back to Cybertron. As the warriors made their way to the entrance, the Ark ejected Guardian units. Loose Ends, Part 4 The Guardians did not register Circuit Smasher as a threat, however, and he was able to enter the ship, managing to overload Aunty and stop her from carrying out Megatron's order of nuking the Earth into nothing. Loose Ends, Part 5
Despite being lobotomized, Starscream managed to regain control of his body seconds before an orbital bombardment destroyed his fellows and made for the Ark. Sunstreaker and Roadbuster did a perimeter sweep but lamented that their lack of manpower made it possible for someone to sneak in. Starscream did just that and was glimpsed by a revived Galvatron. Natural Selection, Part One Galvatron threw his former lieutenant against the wall and demanded to know what made him return to the Ark. Unable to speak, Starscream lead the time-lost Decepticon to Shockwave. Natural Selection, Part Two Realizing the Ark was still air-worthy, Galvatron began its launching sequence. Natural Selection, Part Three All this was revealed to be an elaborate scheme by Shockwave himself who had removed some of Starscream's neural inhibitors so that the Seeker would come to him and be the pilot for the Ark. So intertwined was Shockwave with the warship that he now identified himself as being the Ark with the Ark being him. Natural Selection, Part Five Having decided to stay on Earth, Natural Selection, Part Two Optimus Prime made his way to the Ark to destroy it and arrived just in time to see it take off glimpsing Galvatron on the bridge and mistaking him for Megatron. Natural Selection, Part Five
Optimus contacted Ultra Magnus to warn him about the Ark's approach to Cybertron. En route, Galvatron reflected that in this timeline, he would rule Cybertron. Destiny, Part One As the Ark came within orbit of Cybertron, Starscream and Shockwave staged a mutiny to get Galvatron off the ship and tried to kill him using the asteroid cutters that had saved Cybertron so long ago but were forced to abort when the Ark risked being detected by Cybertron's orbital defences. Destiny, Part Three The two Decepticons soon became infected with a conscience and returned to Cybertron to attack Bludgeon's Warworld, providing the killing blow. Destiny, Part Five
The two took the Ark to a nearby asteroid belt to recover their strength but Shockwave insisted that Starscream take the ship elsewhere lest they be detected by the Autobots. Before Starscream could take any action, the remnant of the Underbase within him surged to life when it detected Jhiaxus. The War to End All Wars, Part 1 The Underbase then possessed Starscream and took full control of the Ark to confront Jhiaxus as it provided exposition to Shockwave. The War to End All Wars, Part 2
The Underbase piloted the Ark directly into Jhiaxus' fleet by simply turning the minds of his soldiers elsewhere before it landed the craft and separated Shockwave from it. The War to End All Wars, Part 3 The Underbase and Shockwave left the Ark to attack the Hub Network. Despite being separated from the ship, Shockwave was able to exert remote control over it and used it to sever several connections between planets. After it had absorbed Jhiaxus, the Underbase left Starscream to die in the Hub's collapse (dick) before Shockwave rescued him, surprising himself with the emotional act, and brought him back to the Ark. The War to End All Wars, Part 4 2b1af7f3a8