So, the Mixmaster here is kinda nuts. Is Scrapper disturbed? Slag yeah! Will it dwell in his mind for too long? Probably not. That Mixmaster didn't even sound like the one he knew. The fact that a Constructicon would be so screwy is something that bothered him a bit. And while Long Haul doesn't drink oil, he looked like a pretty fun Constructicon Constructibot to hang around with.
But, seeing as he's hangin' with the Autobots now...He might as well find a few more buds to hang out with, right? And he still has to find that Mayday bot. If their tryin' to build something to get outta this dump, they're gonna need his help.
"Hey, uh, any Autobots home?" Scrapper asks, as he walked through the tunnels. "Just your friendly neighborhood Constructicon here."
Not the smartest choice of words to use in an Autobot base.
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Post by Spy Shot 6/Cameron Otto on Jun 4, 2009 13:35:47 GMT -5
"Hello," a small voice speaks up. "I am an Autobot, but I'm not sure I would call this place home."
If Scrapper looks to his left, he'll find a small, silver digital camera settled in a niche in the tunnel wall. If he looks even closer, he'll see the words 'Spy Shot 6' printed on its side.
Spy Shot stares out at Scrapper, zooming in slightly on the Constructicon as he walks past. A 'Con, is he? The little camera is under the impression that most 'Cons tend to be bad, except for the ones that aren't, like all those ones who were around when he first arrived but had since gone away. However, this 'Constructicon' says he is friendly, and being friendly is a good thing, yes? Hm.
"Are you a bad guy or a good guy?" he asks. After all, it would be rather rude to blind an ally if he were to mistakenly decide they were a bad guy.
Looks like somebody's around. Only, Scrapper can't seem to find him. After a few minutes of looking around, his optics finally land on a small niche in the wall, with a tiny robot inside. A very tiny robot inside.
Scrapper could really hang around this place all day. It's that entertaining. First you've got bots that transform into plants, now you've got teeny tiny Autobot cameras? This guy's even smaller than Dirt Boss.
"Me? I'm a good guy," Scrapper says. "Uh, so you're an Autobot? I didn't know dey made 'em dat small."
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Post by Spy Shot 6/Cameron Otto on Jun 4, 2009 14:30:52 GMT -5
"Oh," Spy Shot says. "It is good that you are a good guy."
He looks Scrapper carefully up and down. He has similar colouring to the Hook he had met on his arrival, and the camera-bot wonders if they are related somehow. That could explain why Scrapper is a good guy even if he is a 'Con.
Tilting his at the question, he answers, "I was not made an Autobot. I was made a camera, and then I was made a robot, and then I decided to be an Autobot. Many cameras are made as small as me, and I have seen other robots around the same size." All of said other robots were quickly killed, but that's just part of life.
Oh yes, it's custom to trade names upon meeting someone new. "I am Spy Shot 6. What is your name?"
Wait a minute...Now, why does all that sound familiar...Oh yeah!
"Name's Scrapper," Scrapper replies. "I wasn't made an Autobot, neither. 'Course I'm a Decepticon, but dat don't matter! I was made a power shovel! Then I get hit by a bright light and bam! I can transform."
So, the little guy's got the same story as him, more or less. But that's one weird name he's got...
Post by Spy Shot 6/Cameron Otto on Jun 4, 2009 15:04:06 GMT -5
Spy Shot nods in understanding. "I was made to transform by a bright light, too. It was radiation from the cube, the Allspark."
The little camera doesn't really have a concept of rudeness, and is not bothered in the least by Scrapper's question. In fact, he's more than happy to share whatever information he has to anyone that asks.
He lifts up his leg to show the Constructicon where the words 'Spy Shot 6' are printed on the inside of it. "It is what I was labeled, so I decided that is what I would call myself. Some people call me other names, though."
Contemplating the idea that Scrapper was created in a similar way to himself, he has to ask, "When you were made to transform did you have to escape from a box, too?"
Post by Spy Shot 6/Cameron Otto on Jun 4, 2009 15:35:12 GMT -5
"Have you seen the Allspark?" he asks curiously. "I saw the Allspark a lot, but best time was when the yellow-NBE-that-might-be-Bumblebee made it small. That was amazing." Spy Shot is rather fond of the Allspark, can you tell? He tilts his head in thought, and adds, "I could show you."
No box for Scrapper? Well, the Construction is rather large to fit in a box, he supposes. "A construction site sounds nicer than a box. If you don't escape from the box, you die." Spy Shot doesn't sound especially bothered by this fact, simply stating it matter-of-factly.
Post by Spy Shot 6/Cameron Otto on Jun 4, 2009 15:54:30 GMT -5
The Allspark blew up? "That is unfortunate," Spy Shot says. "I will miss it." He doesn't consider that they're talking about different Allsparks, but considering that someone destroyed his by shoving it into Megatron's spark, it doesn't really make a difference.
But in the meantime, he still has awesome footage of the Allspark to show off! Turning around to face away from Scrapper, he points at the small screen set into his back and activates it, starting out with a still shot of the massive cube in Sector Seven. "I have a screen."
"I am glad I escaped, too. I get to see interesting things because of it."
Post by Spy Shot 6/Cameron Otto on Jun 4, 2009 16:23:02 GMT -5
"It was very, very big." Spy Shot moves on to a small video clip of the Allspark folding in on itself in a rather physics-defying manner. The angle of the shot is such that Bumblebee doesn't become visible until the cube finishes compacting. Of all the things he has seen in his life, the shrinking Allspark is definitely his favorite memory.