This is Crazy, but I'm in the Bayverse: Chapter 8It started out oddly. In a city that seems to be in a devastating-tragic form in its prime. There lay vehicles flipped upside down to the side of the streets and shattered windows are seen from afar. A massive body count is practically seen from the far off this time in a more extinct way. The one who could have and should have restored Cybertron without one- single Autobot warrior is leaning against the wall. Apparently, he is not amused of the outcome. “Megatron.” The crippled, dirty decepticon looks over his left shoulder armor where a short figure is seen from the ally. “An Autobot, you want to finish me off?” He growls, just not threatening as he had been. “You must want revenge for your voice-box.” The view reveals a femme w
This is Crazy, but I'm in the Bayverse: Chapter 6Sitting on the gigantic control panel with an array of letters and other numbers, including things that would be useful for punctuation, is an event I never could have fathomed to happen...to me. How to start a letter to my future self...is a difficult thing. Because… if I did start writing it would sound more like song instead of a genuine message. Like that song a musician made and is on youtube about writing a letter to his past teenager self. "What feature presentation?" The streaming letters from Soundwave beam in. "RUSH HOAAARRR!!" I flail my arms. "THAT IS THE MOST HILARIOUS movie! And and and and Annie, Men who stare at goats, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, and Star wars!" Truthfully it's hard to decide which movie for Decepticons to learn aiming and some other ways of combat, perhaps it's best to say: humanity's cinemas are not the best go-to training source. Specifically this goes towards Megatron, Starscream, and who knows what lies ahead from
This is Crazy, but I'm in the Bayverse: Chapter 5A week after arriving to the Bayverse, things were just too boring. Soo what do you figure that can happen with a girl who currently knows Tick Tock by heart almost and wants to spice up the entertainment. Literally, since a few Cons from the first movie survived they were useful to get Soundwave’s frequency. You know the one who was kinda-sorta re-introduced in Transformers Animated as a boombox and was used as a satellite in the second movie. The robot, who does not speak a lot. “Ivy to….umm..” First time using an intercom, this is…so unbelievable. “Ivy to Soundwave, can you transmit Tick Tock by kasha mixed with the trolol song in Cybertron?” It’s a long shot. Vaguely remember if Soundwave speaks or not, cause if he can’t speak and stuff that is so a rip-off over Bumblebee using his radio and TFP counterpart beeping.
This is Crazy, but I'm in the Bayverse: Chapter 4 Wack Starscream with his own cannon for doing something so stupid. "Ack ack!" Starscream shouts, holding up his foot. "MY FOOT HURTS!" Why don't you fly seeker? His wings are perfectly intact.Bayverse logic sucks. Wait. that constrictor thing must be blocking his engine-wings from flying into the air, he could-- The Quintisson soldier turns away so fast I can almost compare it to the spinning playground thing. "Duurrrr ummmmm, you do know that assimilating me won't increase the number of troops." and I mouthed: "Help me." right at the Con's direction. Truth to be told, a fangirl can be scared of the quintessions. I'm scared. Quintessons possibly might have a way similar to The Cybermen making somebody one of them. "It will increaze the detazhment and rezentment towardz thoze 'Conz." The quintession all so silently mutters, moving away from the pit t