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…If Blackout is truthful with himself, he can’t complain too terribly about this whole affair. Traditional Cybertronian wear has never been a particular interest of his (not that it mattered – Hal and Rocket looked up what traditional Kaonite garb looked like and that’s what he’s wearing), but now that he is surrounded by it, he finds it fascinating.
It isn’t just what they used to drape upon themselves by region – it’s by universe. There are mechs here that baffle the tyton class rotorflier because he’s never seen them before. There’s curvy mechs, boxy mechs, horrifically complicated mechs, and all of them are decorated in ways that best suit their looks and their worlds. It’s neat. It’s a multiverse culture smash.
Speaking of smash, he damn near trips on someone less than half his height (and less than a quarter of his weight), causing him to fumble his drink and, well, so much for that glass.