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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    Nightbird

    COOL!!!XD XD XD XD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    The Death Age~Part 1~

    Just a normal orn, quite a few dozen vorns before any war was started. The past Golden Age of Cybertron, we call it today, but it was only the Death Age, the time it took for the Decepticons to put together weapons, armies and the such to take over the planet. We Autobots knew nothing of the weapons stashed beneath our homes, oblivious to the fact a war was coming. Who am I, to tell you this? Well, many called me Hex, and still do today. Today, I am Hexion Prime, the youngest and, as you could say, the most foolish, of the Primes. Optimus Prime has pulled me out of more scrapes than ever possible, but thats another story. During the Death Age, aka the Past Golden Age, I was Hexon, youngling of a Prime... I never actually knew my father, until he had to save my chasey. Though, I wont tell you right now who my father is until the time is right, as Optimus is telling me. **********************"Hexon! Come on! I found a secret passageway to below our chambers!" Called one of my BEST of friends, Nightwrecker, youngling of Optimus Prime and older brother of the sparkling Bumblebee. "Im comin'!" I called back from my perch in our little Cybertronian 'clubhouse,' you could call it. Nightwrecker and I are about the same age of 15 vorns, but 'Wrecker was older by one vorn, 16. Never fazed me though. I climbed out of our 'clubhouse' and ran over to the side of the silver training building we lived in, as we were students. Students in the Golden Age lived AT their training arena, though I dont know why. On the far right of this side of the building, stood Nightwrecker, a black youngling streaked with silver here and there. "Hey Hex, look." Nightwrecker said, gesturing to a latched door in the surface of the planet, riht next to the training area. "Whoa...I wonder whats down there..." I murmured. "Idk, but lets find out!" Nightwrecker said excitedly, breaking the latch by stepping on it hard. We worked together to lift the door to reveal a small elevator platform, with various buttons on the floor of it. "I can figure this out." Nightwrecker told me, stepping on a green button. The elevator staryed going down, 'Wrecker with it. I jumped on and we both went down into the darkness together. Once i did that, the door suddenyl flipped over and slammed shut, and we could hear the latch being locked again and voices above. I raised the accuracy of my audio receptors and heard: "we've got a couple more younglings; now all we need is Megatronis' permission to...." i couldnt hear the rest as the voices got farther and farther above ground as 'Wrecker and I went farther below. "Wrecker...where r we?" I asked. "Idk..." Nightwrecker murmured as the elevator came to a stop in a brightly lit chamber. Across the chamber, stood a silver mech in front of a table covered in tools. Energon veins showed clearly on the mech's back, but he didnt turn around. "Welcome, younglings." The mech said, finally turning around. Wreckef and I cycled gasps; the mech's face was distorted, wrecked, looking like he had been through a steel mill and come out ALMOST whole. He practically had no optics, just optic patches, and he held a remote in one hand. Pressing a button, the mech made the elevator jolt us off d onto the floor, where cages sprouted up from the panels. "Hey!" I yelped, touching the bars. A searing pain went through me and Wrecker, knocking us both offline...

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