Domovoi Part 30“You’re bloody kidding us,” Herc demanded.Domovoi Part 30 by kenyastarflight
“I only wish we were,” Hermann replied, shaking his head. “But you know the saying – the best place to hide is right under the enemy’s nose. Even the Precursors realize that.”
“Still… you’d think there’d have been some kind of sign,” Tendo protested. “There are still some natives left on the Hawaiian Islands that refused to evacuate with the rest of the population. They could have seen signs and given us some warning.”
“I seriously doubt the Precursors stuck a neon sign over their base,” Caitlyn pointed out. “Or let their kaiju out for a run on the islands themselves. They’re far from stupid, after all.”
Another hasty meeting had been assembled in the dim conference room, this time just the Marshals and scientists of the Shatterdome. A holographic map of a rectangular section of
Nexus Point Part 1-13“And this is the humans’ residential wing,” Carly concluded, finishing off the tour with a flourish of one hand. “There’s only three rooms occupied right now, so you guys feel free to whichever ones you like.”Nexus Point Part 1-13 by kenyastarflight
“Thanks, Carly,” Krysta replied. “This means a lot to us.”
Carly chuckled and shook her head, her blond hair swinging slightly. “This is so weird… people from another universe entirely come here, and they know my name already.”
“People connected to the Autobots in some way tend to be remembered, I guess,” Krysta explained with a shrug. She elected to leave out the fact that humans in Transformers series tended to be remembered as the most annoying aspects of the series they appeared in – no sense offending her.
“Which room’s got a window?” asked Cassie, peering into the first available room. Aside from the traffic-cone-orange metal walls,
Magic and Steel Part 17It was like nothing Megatron had ever seen – a seething field of shining black, shot through with malevolent violet plasma like the fabled Dark Energon of Cybertron’s mythology. A living darkness pulsed with life as it swarmed about the base of Mount St. Hilary, seeking entrance into the Autobot base. Overhead, Skyfire circled the mountain, occasionally dipping low as if to test the sea of darkness below, then veering up as claws and fangs snapped at his wingtips.Magic and Steel Part 17 by kenyastarflight
A smug grin slid across his faceplates. Excellent. The destruction of the Autobots was assured. This planet was as good as his.
Maleficent let the image fade, the light of her scepter dimming. “Does that satisfy you, my lord?”
“Immensely,” he replied. “Victory is within our grasp. This world will be ours… and with its resources there will be no stopping the Decepticons from ruling the galaxy!” He indulged in a la
Domovoi Part 29Cherno Alpha fell to his knees, lurching forward as Katschei’s weight threw him off-balance. The Kaiju dug its claws in, fangs squealing across the Jaeger’s thick armor, snarling in rage. Before him, Wendigo slunk closer, mouth open in a demented grin and dripping blue-tinged slaver. Unlike Otachi it seemed incapable of projectile-style spitting, but Cherno knew all it would take was one spit-laden bite to be lethal.Domovoi Part 29 by kenyastarflight
Lightcap-scrappin’-dammit! Striker’s oath perfectly echoed Cherno’s thoughts at the moment. There’s too many of ‘em!
Don’t give up! Gipsy urged. We’ve got to destroy them! Hong Kong and the Shatterdome are counting on – AARGH!
Gip! Striker’s cry rang with terror. Cherno felt a stab of fear in his own core. Had Gipsy fallen in battle? Been destroyed? He struggled to peer around Wendigo, and the Kaiju slid to one side,