Just a short set in the Blue AU a few orns after the second fax!Skywarp has been, uh, "dealt with". Pulsar and TC sit and talk about how wants and needs don't have to be mutually exclusive, and acknowledge that politely ignoring a problem doesn't always mean it helpfully fixes itself while you're not looking.
TC seems to have got hold of this one and turned the angst all the way up to 11.
- Part 4 of Blue AU
OK, so. As heroes go? Skywarp probably wouldn’t have been anyone’s first choice - even he isn’t entirely sure about it. After a freak accident leaves him lost and stranded in a familiar-unfamiliar version of Cybertron, with no idea how he got there, no way back home, not really even convinced it even IS Cybertron? It feels less like heroics and more like running in desperate circles like some headless fleshie.
But if you can’t get anyone else to notice the freaking ALIEN INVASION on your doorstep? Sometimes you gotta go against your programming - and what started as a quest to find his way home has turned into a quest for the survival of their entire way of life.
(NB: actually the third part of the "Blue" AU, but I need to reformat the first two instalments.)
- Part 1 of Blue AU
Everybody knew it was a near-certainty that a sparkling raised by former Decepticons would at least have an element of violence in his upbringing, but nobody expected quite such a huge change in Slipstream's behaviour - from that bright-eyed, friendly sparkling to a hostile, belligerent adolescent.
Just what has happened since his family's trine crashed out of the war to work such a huge burr into the little mech's plating?
Set somewhere between chapters 2 and 3 of "Future Tense".
- Part 3 of Blue AU
Skyfire never paid much attention to the rumours that said the self-styled Pride of the Air Force was a chicken - until, of course, a certain set of Twins got involved. Short, weird, cracky, Blue AU, post-Future Tense dream-induced idiocy.
- Part 2 of Blue AU
12 May 2015
The Autobot’s brig, Thundercracker mused, was a little different than he remembered it. Oh sure, it had been orns since he had last been captured and held prisoner aboard the Ark, but he was sure that he would have remembered a light and airy double-width cell.
Especially one that had been painted the color of the sky, complete with a rather happy looking sun and little puffy clouds. It looked as if Prime’s Aerialbots had been causing a bit of trouble since they’d left. And that Fireflight had gotten a hold of some paint.
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15 May 2015