Cybertron is at War!
For five million years Megatron has persued
a campaign of total domination over the
technological marvel that is the planet cybertron.
Belaying the decepticons' efforts,
the Autobot Leader, Optimus Prime has tirelessly fought
the seemingly neverending tide of decepticon drones
and agents of destruction.
But as the war rages on, energy has began to become scarce,
putting brakes of the Decepticons' unending saughter,
and stifling the Autobots defences. Both sides have begun
calculating their plans to even greater feats of destruction in
an attempt to end the war in their favour before
Cybertron goes completely dark.
Deep within Cybertrons labyrinthian inner world,
the Mega Computer, Vector Sigma, devises a plan
of his own to ensure the survival of the Cybertronian race.
But he cannot trust either side of the conflict to do what is right,
and so broadcastes a subliminal signal across the planet that only
those who's sparks resonates true will answer.
Vector Sigma sits quietly, awaiting the warriors who will
do what is right, to bring the war to a conclusion,
and secure the peace of the great planet Cybertron........
The Triple Changer, Draliant sits in the audience room of Vector Sigma, his legs crossed in meditation. He stares into the crystaline sphere held in place above the ground, as its surfice ripples, ebbs and flows with changes of colour, information, texture and luminosity. The room is luminated by Vector Sigma, and an array of lights positioned into the domed ceiling. Archeways around the room stretch into a dark abyse, leading into the twisting and disorientation corridors that lead both to Cybertrons' core, and its surface.
Draliant had made sure that the Drones Sentinals, that patroled this small section of cybertron, had all been disposed of, though he knew more would be built or redirected to fill the void of "Security" Vector Sigma "so dearly" needed. He quietly chuckled at the idea that unbody in the war would even bother the Mega Computer with anything, let alone come down solely to cause it damage. IN truth, the Sentinals were a byproduct of Cybertrons' long forgoten past.
Draliant was shacken from his reverie at the sound of metal being scraped along metal. Considering the size of the tunnels he had come down, he wondered what kind of transformer would even be big enough to cuase the noise, yet small enough to traverse the tunnels at all. From two other doors, there came the sound of footsteps, with one sounding heavier than the other.
"I guess Vector Sigma attracted some bigger transformers somehow." He thought to himself, remaining stationary, as the others entered the room.