Sven (Voltron) - Freeform
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The war started with her death.
The war started as a means of getting revenge for a beloved wife and mother.
The war started because Altea killed one of their own for loving a Galra.
(Post Season 2 and Canon Divergent from there)
After Shiro's disappearance in "Blackout," the shattered remains of the Voltron Paladins must come to terms with the fact that the former Paladins did exist, and it is their responsibility to deal with their repercussions. Some more so than others. In addition to that, the team struggles with adjusting to new roles and feelings of abandonment as a result of their leader's disappearance.
But they're not the only ones.
Prince Lotor, after being saved from the stomach a Weblum, has come home to see his beloved father is critical condition and their empire in shambles. He takes up his father's mantle and vows death to those who threaten of his people.
Death in his dear mother's name.
21 Aug 2019
The Castle’s hologram and simulation programs were top notch, and even after ten thousand years, they were among the most advanced in the universe. Now, with help from a source that knew more about the foremost scientific advances of the Empire than almost anyone save for Haggar and her Druids, Pidge was going to push those programs even further. With Lotor’s help, she’d managed to set up a system that was immersive beyond belief, and even had some significant psychic elements. Given the number of video games and franchises that Pidge had saved to her computer, she could have set up a simulation based on anything from a war game to a rhythm game, for, ah, reflex training! Yeah. That.
It was the perfect upgrade to an already amazing training tool!
But… when the program glitched under the weight of too many minds, it began tossing them from franchise to the next with no way out.
Pursued by a shadow of a villain taking the shape of Lotor’s supposedly long-dead mother, aided by a person who should not have, by any rights, existed, and guided by a tutorial program that took the face of Shiro’s Scandinavian double from another universe, Team Voltron (and friends) needed to find an escape… and fast.