Portal 2 - ResolutionIt wasn't going as planned.Portal 2 - Resolution in Scraps More Like This
It wasn't going as planned at all, and as much as he'd have liked to blame her for that (brain-damaged like a fox, yes), with her leaping about and her clever plot to coat the room with portal surfaces and her terrible rudeness in admitting all these other idiots into their private battle, he knew that that wasn't really the answer.
So far, she'd evaded everything he'd thrown at her. Quite literally. And deep down inside, a part of him knew that he hadn't quite been giving it his all. He was aiming poorly. He knew she was a good jumper. He consoled himself with the thought that his aim would get better over
Drawing on the WallGLaDOS' deep frown grew deeper as she walked through the test chambers, as much as she didn't want to walk through the destruction that little moron had caused to her facility, protocols required her to (there weren't exactly humans left alive to maintain and repair the facility), and after all the work she had done to get rid of the flora and fauna now she had to deal with test chambers crushed together haphazardly. That girl had said something about what a horrendous job the moron had done in "building" test chambers; that was one of the few times GLaDOS smiled at something she said. Or she would have, if she wasn't a potato at the time.Drawing on the Wall in Drama More Like This
The Part Where He...It was a simple trap, yet brilliant in that simplicity: set up a series of aerial faith plates to catapult that wretched little girl and her stupid vegetable companion into a funnel, that would lead to a panel that would send them to a platform right in the middle of several spike-plates. Wheatley smirked proudly as he looked over his trap again, she would never see it coming. No matter how good a jumper she was that did bugger all if there wasn't any nearby ledges or portal surfaces to jump to.The Part Where He... in Drama More Like This
It was a shame really, Chell was such a good test subject. Or at least she was. Now that she had found out a way to stop giving Wheatley the solutio