This time Galvatron has "insomnia" (understandable seeing that he has to recharge with his back spike in the way) and is generally more ill tempered than he normally is, Cyclonus and Scourge both try to get him to sleep one night but it doesn't really go to plan ;)
I should really cut back on the caffeine
Prequel to Webworld (my hands down, all-time favourite Transformers episode ever) and in a way an epilogue from Ghost in the Machine:
Galvatron's grasp of reality is slipping as he begins to start having nightmares and hallucinates seeing Megatron's "ghost" after the ghost of Starscream tormented him, Cyclonus sees this and is starting to question if he should intervene in order to save his leader and the Decepticon Cause, as rumours begin to circuilate around Chaar about a potential mutiny and the Quintessons start their plot in order to erase who they claim to be the most dangerously unpredictable of all the Transformers.
That's what I've got so far, seeing that I view Galvatron and Azula off "Avatar: The Last Airbender" similar (1. They start off as sane and competent 2. They eventually lose their grip on reality even though it's two entirely different reasons 3. They become mental health patients) I sorta had a scene where Galvatron begins seeing Megatron's reflection through a reflective surface and ends it by either blasting it or throwing a chunk of rubble, shattering it (mirroring in a way Sozin's Comet which signifies the continuation 's of Azula's mental breakdown where she throws a brush at the mirror where she has a conversation with her mother's hallucination)
*You're going to have to highlight the text in the last bit because I don't know who saw the finale of Avatar: The Last Airbender and if there are people who don't want to be spoiled (because they haven't seen it) I'll hide the text, please don't be snarky about this because I've had a bad experience once where I neglected to add a "spoiler" tag or white it out and well let's just say the outcome of it was not pleasant. It may seem silly seeing that it was over 2 years ago the series ended but it's better to err on the side of caution as they say*
I'm looking forward to meeting up with you guys whether I know you or not :)
I haven't had time to respond individually to all the newcomers' posts, so please consider this my general hello & welcome. Grab a pitchfork and join the fun! The insane asylum is empty, and all the crazies (and telepaths) are here!
( ...a bunny list /without/ Perceptor?! )
And they're all free to good homes!
And they're all free to good homes!
Right now I'm considering some bunnies I've dug up from the archives that were submitted by cheysulinight, norielit, lapinporokoira, and dreamer_way.
And while I ponder:
2: Starscream is a femme. She used to be bonded to Skyfire and before their disastrous exploration mission they had a sparkling who stayed on Cybertron with trusted friends. After Starscream returned however, the war was starting to move and the friends her sparkling was left with had disappeared, leaving no trace of where they'd gone.
Starscream ended up joining the Decepticons after upgrading herself to a mech body to guard herself from the widespread femme cullings and for the extra strength, though "he" is still a femme underneath. "His" career is very successful, eventually becoming the Second-in-command of the Decepticons.
Now, on 20th Century Earth, Skyfire contacts Starscream to inform the Air Commander that he's found their sparkling. The child's minder was killed in an accident not long after it's parents left Cybertron and was left with damaged memory chips. The child had ended up in state care and raised to a be a common labourer by the name of Orion Pax.