Back to the Start: Prologue PROLOGUE: THE RETURNMore Like This
Come up to meet you,
Tell you I'm sorry.
You don't know how lovely you are
Just like every other day for the past two years,
Chell sat indignantly against the chamber wall, waiting for a "surprise." She pondered what GLaDOS was going to do this time. Well if the AI wanted to kill her, she would have by now, and Chell knew most of the supercomputer's tricksthe lies, the hateful comments, and most importantly, the neurotoxin. But these were old tricks. GLaDOS had thrown Chell out simply because she knew she couldn't kill her, now or ever. They had become friendswell, friends was stretching it a bit
Back to the Start: Chapter 1 CHAPTER ONE: THE PART WHERE SHE FORGIVES HIMMore Like This
I had to find you,
Tell you I need you
Tell you I set you apart
As they traversed the halls,
the soft tap of her Long Fall boots made things very awkward for Wheatley. Chell always walked with confidence, which he found attractive, even back when he was still a personality core. She was clearly giving him the cold shoulder, which he knew he deserved. Yet, it was unnerving, because he never had to apologize to anyone like this before he didn't know how to mend a broken friendship.
Wheatley was even more distressed at how scared he was of Chell even though he towered a good foot a
Back to the Start: Chapter 2 CHAPTER TWO: THE ARGUMENTMore Like This
Nobody said it was easy
Nobody said it would be this hard
I'm going back to the start.
"Oh you have got to be kidding me."
"And why not? Why didn't you kill him like I requested?"
"Why should I have?"
"Ugh, you humans. Honestly, you're too forgiving. So humane."
"You should try that sometime, GLaDOS. Be humane for just a minute."
"Oh, okay. Fine. I'll now act like a human: 'Look at me. Boy, do I love sweating. Let's covert beef and leaves into energy and excrete them later and go shopping.' OopsI forgot to add 'Let's murder someone for no reason.' Oh waitI al
The Idiot That Was Sent to Space(Wheatley and Space Core)More Like This
"How long have we been floating in space?"
"I'm in space."
It was probably only about a week. Wheatley had turned into a monster and was shot into space. He decided that he probably deserved it, but it wasn't a problem. It would BECOME a problem if they weren't able to charge soon.
Space... Rick and Fact were wrong.
There is space.
Space is there.
And there isn't any fire in space either... Which was probably for the best.
The poor little man only wanted to apologize to that girl. Chell. He only wanted to see that she forgave him, then he would gladly go back to space. But no. There was no forgive
What You've Always Wanted"Kill me."More Like This
GLaDOS wasn't sure what she'd been expecting when she allowed the lunatic back inside her Enrichment Center after twenty years, but it certainly hadn't been this. The woman sat on her knees like an execution victim in front of the giant AI, her hands dangling in her lap and her eyes locked on the ground. Her clothes were not only filthy, like she hadn't changed them in days, but mismatched. She had paired a heavy winter coat with shorts and a tank top.
"I beg your pardon?" the AI asked with a snort, although that request coupled with her physical observations was causing her to worry. Hadn't Chell developed a pleasant life since
How adorable... Hal flopped down on the sand and leaned on the tall pom tree behind him. His little friend, only 8 years old, sat herself next to him. She looked of japanese decent but with lighter brown hair and large, adorable, grey eyes. Her name was Dawn.More Like This
Hal looked off into the distant horizon, beyond the shoreline and beyond the sea itself. He was deep in thought of why he was covered with a strange red luquid... And why the Captain was badly hurt. He couldn't remember anything before waking up on the floor with Dawn at his side. Did I do something bad? He thought to himself. Or was it someone else?
"Hello, there!" Cheery ol' Wheatley walked