|Anonymous said: What's your favorite sport to play?|
The only sport I’ve ever played would be lobbing, and I was terrible at it.
|Anonymous said: Why do you insist that Solus and Megatronus were a Mutual Thing when Trion says "She loved him as she loved Onyx"? She loved him like her PET, at best like a younger brother.|
"Megatronus had never lost his adoration of Solus for granting him the Blaster, and the armor before that - it went beyond mere respect and friendship; I believe it held a sacred meaning for him which he never expressed openly, but which smoldered through all he did in regard to her. He wouldn’t stand for any criticism of her, often visiting her and there tolerating people’s presence and opinions that in other circumstances he had no time for.
Solus, in turn, enjoyed the quality of his attention and it made her feel special - everyone else got the usual gruff reactions of his unadulterated self, blunt to the point of rudeness. She was treated with eloquent kindnesses. He even went out of his way to bring her curiousities that he found during his work excavating and building the infrastructure of the Energon refinery that he, Micronus, Nexus, and Maximo had designed. They would speculate about these odd devices or partial components that must have once belong to Primus for long periods, and rest together in the downtime afterward, leaning on each other like two bridge supports.”
Yes anon, there is a passage of the book that states:
“Onyx and Solus had a similar relation to that of her and Megatronus…”
However, the word used is ’similar’, not ‘the same’. There was clearly a level of connection between Solus and Megatronus that she did not share with the others. A level of mutual respect and understanding, that was unique to those two and those two alone.
After all, it was that connection that Maximo preyed upon, which lead to Solus’ unfortunate demise.
Imagine your favorite robot doing it for the Vine.