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    If it was anybody’s fault, it was that loser Starscream.

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    “I never went down,” Ratchet said.

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    Home is a place to lay your bones.

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    “This is like some kinda bad dream,” Ironhide said aloud.

    “No,” Cyclonus said, low and harsh. “But it will be.”

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    16 Aug 2018

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    But Cyclonus knew he had not misspoken to Ironhide, no matter the desperate longing that lived in him now—all his dead hope lurching back to life and scrabbling violently for purchase in his heart. There had been a time when he could have yielded everything to that longing—when he had been only Galvatron’s second, with no burden of duty beyond that pure, unadulterated glory of service. But that time was past. He had accepted, though in agony, the mantle of Decepticon Commander from his fellows; and afterwards he had even accepted the unified title from the Autobots. Some might argue that his oaths and loyalties did not carry from one universe to the next; he did not subscribe to that sophistry. His chain of duty was too painfully and sharply clear to him: first, to the survival of his very species and their homeworld; second, to the Decepticon cause; and only third, to Galvatron.

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    After the Battle of the Five Armies and return to home, Bilbo feels strangely restless. Well, the way his family tries to marry him off might be contributing to this. The One Ring decides it needs to understand its bearer better in order to properly manipulate him - the hobbit is proving unexpectedly good at resisting its influence.

    The road to East is long and this was never supposed to happen, but violence was never Bilbo's preference when it came to solving problems - whether he was aware that a problem existed or not. The Wise and the Mighty might say that everything has already been tried against Sauron, but Good Hobbit Sense and actually communicating somehow hadn't made that list.

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    Mairon had, before his fall, been in the habit of almost obsessively playing out conversations in his mind. Sometimes these had not even been with any certain person, but a vague Someone to whom he had wished to make his point clear. There had been subjects which no-one had ever brought up with him, subjects which he had never found a good time to bring up; when the conversation would have flown naturally without making him seem too eager or blunt or simply much too invested in a matter no-one else deemed worth such fervour. Or perhaps the matter was so difficult it must be approached carefully, wait for that perfect moment so that none would feel awkward.

    The perfect moment, he had learned, would never come. Sauron hadn't bothered to give consideration to other people's opinions, he'd had no need for those imaginary intercourses.

    But now Mairon found himself worrying words between his teeth, tasting them, setting one after the other to form the perfect argument, the argument he must make when the faceless Someone, perhaps even Everyone, would question him. Why would you choose a hobbit as your love of all creatures? You have known greater warriors, wiser scholars, more eloquent poets; how is he enough for you?

    Bilbo Baggins has been too many for many people, in the Shire and among the dwarves, Mairon spoke silently. He has been too wild and vibrant, too willing to look beyond the borders given for him to steer clear of. He has been too far out of the bound of others' expectations, the fussy, soft gentlehobbit who faced orcs and spiders, riddled a dragon and forced a gold-mad dwarven king to negotiate.

    Too much has Bilbo Baggins been sometimes, Mairon said, but never too little for anyone.