Tags: cliffjumper

52 Bunnies

Hope no one minds me posting more.

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Ironhide X Sunstorm weirdness

I had this weird dream/half-awake-chain-of-thought.

When Ironhide was young, he had a thing for wings. Not exactly a popular thing in grounder-populated areas. He met Sunstorm, who was generally shunned by other seekers, because he's a follower or Primus rather than the seekers main divinity Zephyrus (don't know where that came from, maybe another fanfic). The two oddballs hit it off, and eventually there was the patter of little pedes. LOTS of little pedes.
First litter: Optimus & Starscream
Second: Thrust
Third: Sideswipe & Sunstreaker
Fourth: Cliffjumper & Bumblebee
Fifth: Powerglide

Now, imagine this strange family history coming to public knowledge on Earth.
Grab some popcorn.

I can't believe this

Three posts in three days...The bunnies usually aren't this bad.

So this bunny came from an odd dream I had last night that woke me up at 5 in the morning. It mostly focused on some sort of Harry Potter/X-Men plot, but there was a TF aspect I thought might be interesting. Thing is, it involved the Shattered Glass universe, and I don't know much about it past the basics. If someone has already posted a bunny like this, I apologize.

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And that's all of it. Thank you for putting up with the thoughts that creep up on me in the dead of night.

I need to get some sleep...

In Which I'm Back With More Bunnies And Lots Of Tags

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Singe

Quadruple the Bunnies

Four times as many plotbunnies as my first post. Some of these were indirectly inspired by reading through many of the previous posts.

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Hawkeye

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I thought what if Cliffjumper's hatred for the Decepticons had more depth to it?
And then there is the singular traitor episode where lots of people take for characterising him. (Which I hate the prevalence by the by)

1. Cliffjumper has issues with the Decepticons and traitors because he almost joined their faction instead of the Autobots. But for whatever reason (perhaps his minibot status or because he wasn't quite to their standard) he was refused, and since joining the Autobots his guilt reflects his reactions. His passion to the cause is now irrefutable and he has made some great friends amongst the Autobots but in recharge he is haunted by what could have been had things gone a different route.

2. Or he was betrayed by someone he was close to. Someone who is now currently a Decepticon. A willing Decepticon who was only using Cliffjumper to get close to Optimus Prime to destroy him.
B. This friend was Soundwave who at one time courted CJ to become one of his casseticons.
C. Reflector. Or rather the three "components" who were actually Minibots triplets. Minibots are supposed to stick together,  so doubly betraying CJ.

3. Animated x G1 Cliffjumper had been in a relationship he thought genuine but in reality they were merely using him to gain access to Autobot intel. As CJ was a secretary prior to the war with access to important files.
Ratchet angry

Crack that! XD

Guys tell me a joke. ^^ No, seriously. It has been a while since I had a good laugh, so I wrote down a few ideas. Hope someone adopts a (Crack) bunny. ^^




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General // hair // cotton candy pink
  • katsuko

2 Seeker(ish) Bunnies

1. It's widely believed that when a seeker's wings are irreparably damaged, said seeker tends to slip into madness. The humane thing to do in this case is to put the seeker out of his or her misery.

Starscream is shot down in battle and his wings are utterly trashed. Megatron opts to leave him behind (no sense wasting resources on a mech who's just going to go mad, after all) and the Autobots take him back to their base in the hopes that something can be done for him. When it turns out there's no way Ratchet can repair Starscream, it kicks off a moral dilemma: should they kill Starscream while he's in stasis or let him live in misery?

2. A variation on the first bunny and incorporating some of this bunny as well. Vos has aerial seekers (Starscream et al) as well as non-aerials or "skimmers" (Cliffjumper); skimmers are actually the Vosian variant of minibots. When an aerial's wings are irreparably damaged, Vosian medics either modify the frame to non-aerial or - if the damage is too great - transfer the ex-aerial's spark to a non-aerial frame.

Same scenario as above happens, only when the debate starts Cliffjumper and any other minibot that might actually be Vosian (I'm thinking Bumblebee) insist on modifying Starscream into a non-aerial frame. When questions start being asked, the two minis reveal that they're actually seekers, discard whatever excess armor they've been using to disguise themselves, and reveal what has actually been happening to damaged aerial seekers over the eons.

Bonus points here if Bumblebee/non-Cliffjumper mini was actually an aerial seeker long before the war and was modified due to severe damage.