Part 1: Red/ Blue
Hello. Welcome to The Color Wheel. Let’s get started.
“Hey, Shiro,” Lance starts, entering the room. His fellow paladins turn to face him expecting important news of some sort. He continues, “Is your lion running?”
“Yeah?” Shiro replies quite confused.
Red and Blue. Two very different colors.
“Then you better go catch it!” Lance laughs at the punchline of his own (very elementary) joke. Keith however, rolls his eyes at the cheesy shenanigan and goes back to work.
“Idiot,” Keith mutters as Lance cracks more incredibly awful jokes.
Blue is a light, flowing color used to express feelings of calm and happiness. Red is darker, stiffer color used to express feelings of anger and chaos.
“Excuse you?” Lance questions, having heard the insult, “This stuff’s comedy gold! I’d like to see you do better!”
“What’s wrong, Keith? Afraid because you know your jokes can’t beat mine?” Lance smirks.
“No! I ju-”
“Bawk b-bawk bawk! Keith is chicken! Keith is chicken!” Lance taunts, dancing around Keith happy to finally beat his teammate at something. He ends up dancing himself right into a faceful of Keith's fist.
Due to it’s placement on the high end of the spectrum, Blue is considered a cool color. In other words, it’s not very bright. This means Red is the hotter color as well as the brighter color. Of course, brightness shows itself in many different ways.
“Ow,” Lance groans, prying his face off of Keith’s fist, “Why do you have to be such an asshole all the time?!”
“Why do you have to be so annoying all the time?”
With that, Lance launched at Keith only to have Keith side step and trip him.
It’s not uncommon for the two contrasting colors to fight each other.
“You assh-” Lance starts.
“Man, I am starving! Lance come get some food with me!” Hunk interrupts, grabbing Lance’s arm and pulling him away.
Thankfully, Yellow provides a peaceful buffer in between the two.
End of Part 1: Red/Blue