Lost Memories - PrologueA spherical metal ball was floating aimlessly in Space. He had a bright blue cracked optic. He was a monster, floating in space. A monster who went against his one and only friend and tried to kill her. A useless monster who's nearing the end of his life. A monster of a moron.More Like This
His name was Wheatley.
His gaze traveled to the other lifeless metal ball floating near him. The core with yellow sunburst optic had long ran out of battery and stopped spacing out. Despite the nonstop rant about space, Wheatley felt a little lonely without his space partner. He finds silence unnerving and lonely. He can't stand silence.
For the last 4 months, all he did was to think about the mistakes he did. All he did was ponder of what will happen if he just exercised self-control over himself, if he just didn't thrown them into the bowels of Aperture. What would happen if he just let the test subject go? What would happen if he had never planned to kill her and the Potato Battery in the first place? He
LaaC: Part Forty-Eight - The RenewalMore Like This
Part Forty-Eight. The Renewal
Even though they’re kinda fixed, things are still a bit awkward. I still haven’t really apologised for any of what I said, and I have to. I mean, I kinda did, but some stuff I kind of have to… well, some of it was worse than the rest. Momma might say insulting things sometimes, but she’s never told me she wished I wasn’t her daughter. That was wrong. And I’m really tempted to just pretend I didn’t say it because I know she won’t bring it up or anything. I have to take responsibility, though. And if I show responsibility, maybe she’ll finally give me a job.
No. Probably not.
“Hi Momma,” I say, and as usual she looks up from some work-related thing. I think it’s the greenhouse blueprint again. I never really get to see what she’s working on, because if I get close enough she generall