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Maybe he should have sent one of the drones to do it, or at least try to find the damn thing by trying to comm. it. No, he had already tried it, and the abomination was not answering. It was scared, he could tell. Even Lazerbeak could feel it; the feline was running all over the ship looking for its master and had turned down too many similar hallways to even properly navigate where it was. For all Soundwave knew, the beast was in the Eradicon rec room or worse, with the Insecticons He hoped to Primus the worst possible place Ravage would be was Megatron's private quarters.
He could track the cat, no doubt, but the hard part was trying to pinpoint it while it moved at speeds that would put even the fastest Vehicon in alternate form to shame. Ravage raced past many drones, taken many random turns, even ran in circles sometimes. Few times the cat would stop and Soundwave guessed that it was surveying its surroundings, then bolt again down the hall. This definitely was not how
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Within the Decepticon Underwater Base, Soundwave and Megatron walked down one of the hallways. The two were discussing a potential threat and a plan of action. The majority of their plans involved war maneuvers against the Autobots, but on that day, they were discussing a species that rarely had caused them previous concern - humans.
"I wouldn't worry so much about the flesh creatures, Soundwave," Megatron insisted. "There is nothing they could create that could cause us any harm."
He was referring to a "new weapon" that the humans were 'secretly' creating to use against them.
Of course, with Soundwave around, nothing could ever be kept secret.
"Caution - Necessity," his advisor and friend pointed out. The normally passive Decepticon was exceptionally worried about this, which caused Megatron some concern. Soundwave was one who never showed apprehension unless it was truly deserved.
"Well, you did send Buzzsaw, Frenzy and Rumble to the humans' laboratory,