W.D Gaster regretted telling 1-S and 2-P what he had.
1-S had talked about learning how to dodge to his brother, the tubby skeleton speaking quietly and softly to his brother in the cell about how humans fought, and about how their creator had said humans did what they did to monsters for one simple reason...they were stronger, and killing monsters benefited them. It was just kill or be killed. And Subject 2-P had remembered the doctor speaking about the war between monsters and humans.
And so a question had popped out of 2-P's mouth. And it had been a question Gaster remembered asking his own parents, back when he had been Subject 2's age, looking so, SO much like P did now...
"Had humans always been like that?"
"No, not always." Gaster found himself answering automatically. He'd flinched at this, cringing a bit, realizing he had just opened the door to the curious twosome to ask even more questions, 1-S's voice rising out from the cell the two were within. Gaster had to look away fro