2 Works in Kaltenecker & Space Mice (Voltron)
Fandoms: Voltron: Legendary Defender
11 Oct 2018
The paladins of Voltron seemingly just disappeared off the face of the Universe and knowlege of them fadded into obscurity. They because legends, myths and bedtime storys. Thats why people laugh at Allura when she says she believes in them. Many believe that Voltron is nothing but a child's fairy tale and that Allura of Altea is just being childish, but she has never given up hope. The Alteans have the power to put people in stasis for thousands of years, so why wouldn't the lions? So when Zarkon lays siege to her planet in his endless search for his ancient enemy, her father is captured and Allura escapes only with Coran. While they flee they come across a weird object and a myth becomes reality, as they continue to search and take the fight to Zarkon. Because after all all, legends are based somewhat in truth.
“The Red Lion chooses her Paladin,” the words were out of Haggar's mouth before she could think better.
Just as fast, Lotor spun about, his hand slapping her face so hard she fell to the floor.
“Watch your tongue, Hag,” he hissed. His yellow eyes were slits, his nostrils and ears flared as was common for Galra before battle. “When I attempted to bond with her I was little more than a child, controlled by my father. Small wonder she did not see me as a worthy master. But now? I am a man and a warrior and I will make her accept me.”
“Sire,” begged Haggar, still on the floor, “once a Lion has bonded, it cannot be so easily undone.”
“Nonsense, Haggar,” Lotor extended his hand to help her up. His voice had returned to its calmer, silkier self, “All I need to do is to kill her current Paladin. It’s the simplest thing in the universe.”
(I'm afraid I made Lotor pretty dark and unredeemable, but there will be some fluffy heartwarming scenes later.)
- Part 4 of Fly me to the Moon