Cookie ProloguePrologueCookie Prologue by LumiereDarling
No lights were on in the small house, the young couple slept quietly in their beds. Unaware of the towering being in front of the house, nor the tiny creature wrapped in a fuzzy purple blanket cradled in his palm. It was a wonder she didn't cry, simply stared up into his enormous red optics... It almost made him want to keep her, protect her. She had her mother's eyes, the eyes of his first friend in so long... No, he would not dwell on such thoughts about a human, even a human as special as her. He had a mission to complete, and a devastated master to return to. Kneeling he gently placed the new born on the porch where he knew she would be safest. "Stay safe little one, pray we don't meet again." He murmured gently running the tip of an enormous sharp metal finger over the tiny creatures cheek. The child let out a single giggle, a sound not thought possible for one of only a few hours, but a giggle none the less, and grabbed the tip of the fin
Reclamation Ch. 2“Where is she? We should be out looking for the others not stuck sitting around waiting on a human to repair us. Go tell her to get out here,” Joy heard Lockdown saying as she approached the barn.Reclamation Ch. 2 by Dragon-Star-Empress
“From what I’ve learned about humans they need more recharge than we do, if they don’t get enough it can effect their ability to function. Do you really want me to go wake her when she hasn’t had enough rest and risk her trying to fix you and ending up making it worse?” Sunfire asked.
“Don’t worry about it, I’m already awake,” Joy said as she walked into the barn.
“It’s about time,” Lockdown said.
Joy deliberately ignored him as she kept her attention on Sunfire, “His head and neck are split in half, why can he even still talk?” she asked.
“Luckily his vocal processor wasn’t damaged, he may not be able to talk normally, but he can still speak through his comlink system and make that aud