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Cyrus, arriving in [[Argon City]] in the guise of the renegade, proceeded to discredit both Beck and Tron by causing death and mayhem in the renegade's name. Beck's futile attempts to stop him led to revelations from both Tron and [[Able]], but Cyrus's vendetta was very personal and Beck was soon caught in a two-pronged gambit by the unstable First Renegade to prove himself to Tron by destroying everything Beck had worked to protect. {{Spoiler End}}
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Cyrus, arriving in [[Argon City]] in the guise of the renegade, proceeded to discredit both Beck and Tron by causing death and mayhem in the renegade's name. Beck's futile attempts to stop him led to revelations from both Tron and [[Able]], but Cyrus's vendetta was very personal and Beck was soon caught in a two-pronged gambit by the unstable First Renegade to prove himself to Tron by destroying everything Beck had worked to protect.
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Cyrus renegade
Tron: Uprising S01E18 No Bounds
Media TypeTelevision episode
DirectorCharlie Bean
StarringElijah Wood
Bruce Boxleitner
Mandy Moore
Nate Corddry
Reginald VelJohnson
Guest: Aaron Paul
Release DateJanuary 21, 2013

No Bounds is the 18th episode of TRON: Uprising. When ‘The Stranger’ returns to Argon City to plot revenge on Beck and Tron, Beck is forced to choose between saving Tron or his friends.


Plot SynopsisEdit

Cyrus, arriving in Argon City in the guise of the renegade, proceeded to discredit both Beck and Tron by causing death and mayhem in the renegade's name. Beck's futile attempts to stop him led to revelations from both Tron and Able, but Cyrus's vendetta was very personal and Beck was soon caught in a two-pronged gambit by the unstable First Renegade to prove himself to Tron by destroying everything Beck had worked to protect.



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