|Shotfire Adams from Robocity.|
Robocity Profiles - Sentinel Jet FlighterSentinel Jet FlighterRobocity Profiles - Sentinel Jet Flighter by LuanaSpinetti
Full Name: Sentinel Jet Flighter
Birthdate: July 28th, 1986
Birthplace: IAR Laboratory
Type: Military Robot
Height: 1.76 m
Weight: 128 kg
Eye Color: Red
IAR Function: Flying robot with aerial artillery for recognition and attack
Family: Two younger brothers, Jetflash (1995) and Thunder (2001), and an older sister, Jet Ray (1985)
Other details: He's often so cheeky that he draws down upon Destroyer’s fury. He doesn't do it on purpose, though (and let's say it, Destroyer's can hardly control his own mind).
Profile: Sentinel Jet is a cheerful and a bit ingenuous Military 'bot who often gets in trouble without realizing it. He’s afraid of Destroyer, his ex-commander at IAR, who could get as far
Robocity Tales - Thankful For Your Life (Part 3)He felt his heart in his throat while he walked down the corridor that led to the Cemetery, and he tightened the grip on Sohan' hand. In the past, he used to hold Sohan' hand all the time, when Sohan was still a child. Now it was Sohan to hold Meron's hand because he wouldn't fall under the weight of the strong emotions he was feeling.Robocity Tales - Thankful For Your Life (Part 3) by LuanaSpinetti
Come before the Cemetery door, Sohan tried to release his hand from Meron's, but his friend grabbed it back and held tightly onto it.
Sohan blinked, surprised. “I don't know, Meron... I don't want to be a bother.”
“Your dad will be there,” Meron insisted, his eyes taking on a begging look, “and I would really be happy if you joined us.”
Sohan took a moment to think that over, not much. A few seconds later, he smiled and nodded.
They entered the narrow Cemetery door, one by one. Like Meron had anticipated, Sohan saw his father was there, sit on the long bench in the middle of the room, beside De
Robocity Tales - Thankful For Your Life (Part 2)Caleb puffed impatiently and knocked at the bathroom door once again. “Still have a lot to do, dad?”Robocity Tales - Thankful For Your Life (Part 2) by LuanaSpinetti
“No, son. I'm about to get out.” Easy said, easy done, Commander came out of the bathroom a minute later, looking refreshed. Nervously shaking his head and sighing, Caleb ran into the bathroom and slammed the door shut.
“Going to attend the memorial?” Electra asked as soon as she saw her husband leave the kitchen for the annexed bedroom. She had fixed herself a cheese toast and a cup of machine oil and was quietly eating at the dining table.
“Yes,” Commander replied, running wax on his armor in front of the bedroom mirror. He left the door open so he could talk with his wife. “I do every year.”
Electra ate slowly, thoughtful, while she watched her husband getting ready for the event. “At times it feels as if you still blamed yourself for her death.”
Commander closed the wax can and placed it back on the dresser. He
Robocity Tales - Thankful For Your Life (Part 1)7 March 2015Robocity Tales - Thankful For Your Life (Part 1) by LuanaSpinetti
He had never learned to play piano.
Silencer had tried to teach him, but in vain. Music just wasn't a skill of his, unless it was singing. He could sing pretty good.
He sang only for the Robocity Festivals, though. Every time he tried to sing home, memories of his mother hit back at him, painful. He avoided that any way he could.
He turned abruptly as he heard his name being called.
It was Sohan. Sohan Adams. His best-friend-and-almost-father's youngest son, as well as his Leader for the new quinquennial.
“Sohan. Come in.”
The young robot had stayed on the door, afraid to interrupt, but he walked in now that he knew he was allowed, and approached Meron.
“I didn't know you played piano, Mers.”
“I don't,” said Meron, “I just have fun with it.”
Sohan smiled, his face mask open as usual, for he didn't want to look too much like his father. He gently placed a hand on Meron's shoulder. “You're al
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