Pacific Rim AU x FFXV
What I literally
threw popped at @mandakatt like a day ago about this Pacific Rim AU thing. I wanna try my hand in this but I’m too busy nowadays with uni and I honestly want to write it but ughh stupid writer’s block oh and also, instead of using the Drift thing we cooked up a little something else to replace that just to fit in the FFXV universe, so here goes nothing!
Also at @mandakatt I hope this will be a bit of a boost for you, I still can’t wait to see what you’ll cook up for this :D
It was a tall thing–towering over probably two hundred feet, the head alone as wide as three houses and shaped like a broom. Beady neon eyes flickered atop the mohawk-like appendage as they homed in on you–you and Pelna both, and when you look at him, you knew that you sported the same horrified look as he did.
“The Lunarian,” he said. “Astral Category Three, about three hundred and thirty feet tall. Acidic blood, green. We dubbed her Asura.”
You didn’t know half of what he said, but you knew what ’three hundred and thirty feet tall’ and ’acidic blood’ meant. Those, and ’Astral Category Three’.
Have they evolved that fast in a span of nine years?
The metal glove in your hand felt heavy; occupying the left hemisphere of the Link already made you feel dizzy, nauseous and delirious, but nonetheless afraid and… probably excited? You didn’t know.
Was this how it felt like to want to kick some Astral’s behind so bad?
You turned to Pelna again, noted the hesitance shining in his eyes, so you beat him to it as you said, “If you’ve got second guesses then it’s far too late right now and I’m already here trying to move this thing with you while trying not to get eaten by a three hundred feet tall monster while Lib and my sister are at home expecting us to come back in two perfect person pieces.” You halted, took a deep breath, and continued, “So either you shut it, or we get this done and over with. Then we can go home and be happy and forget none of this happened, understood?”
Shell-shocked by your barrage of words, he simply nodded, muttering a stunted “yes, ma'am”; you turned your attention away from him, and focused on the Astral before you, which was currently thrashing about in the waters, a little ways from the coast which housed about fifty fishermen currently prepping to cast out to sea.
You sure as hell weren’t going to let that sick ass alien thing to get close to anyone, let alone a human.- yoitssabrine