What I Learned at SRU -85-
A/N: I hope everyone is enjoying SRU and also Legend of Korra. The season finale is in just a couple days!
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What I Learned at SRU
Chapter 85 - Penguin
- Tuesday, April 12th, 2011 -
"Have a good walk with the mutt?"
"Hey, Bolin. Yea...It was good," Korra confirmed, wandering into the parlor, still dressed in her boots and jacket.
"Yarr-Yarrp! Yarr! Grrrrr..."
"Haha," Korra looked down at the pup, still att
Fraternizing 42Things in the Autobot base moved on slowly. Bulkhead struggled to regain the strength in his legs and was forbidden to transform until he had gained some strength. Cliffjumper met the same demise of being unable to transform because of his bum leg and arm. He hobbled along much better than Bulkhead did, though. Arcee talked to Cliffjumper a lot with Jack, and they slowly pulled the warrior out of his prickly shell of silence. Arcee even talked to Miko, letting her know of what had originally happened with her and Cliffjumper so the girl could help deal with Bulkhead's struggling recovery.Fraternizing 422 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Dissent between the troops and Optimus lulled beneath the surface. No one voice anything, and the bots were a little worried, but Optimus's heartfelt apologies helped sway their sparks. Optimus also took on much of the energon scouting missions. It helped him clear his mind and let the others rest. He felt they needed it, and he felt he needed the solitude to keep his processor clear.
The humans were
Fraternizing 34Blindsided by Optimus.Fraternizing 342 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
That was always good.
Ha! Arcee even had the grill marks to prove it, so there wasn’t any arguing with her. But seriously, Optimus? Nightstalker couldn’t believe it.
And, oh hell, look, he’s driving in. So everyone tiptoed up. Except Nightstalker of course. She was a coward, they all knew it. She knew it. So she cowered behind the humans. Like a coward. Jack stood with squared shoulders and even Miko did, Raf stood taller than she did. She was all hunched over herself.
Optimus transformed up, and Nightstalker winced. It wasn’t like he was attacking! He was Optimus! There was no way—Well, obviously there had to be a way. But she didn’t know what it was but could only believe Optimus had a good reason. Maybe there was an incoming missile. Maybe he secretly saved Arcee’s life. After all, she’d only seen the sweetest and most compassionate from Optimus, even when he was punishing her. Well, he got mean when he was punis