Upon the news, Zero said nothing. He stayed lifelessly still, gazing only towards X, the dear reploid he had called a friend, the one who has been there for him since the beginning. Much to X’s discomfort, X saw no emotion in the red reploid’s eyes as they glared right at him. They were intense, like a predator’s eyes, but void of any intent or purpose.
In zero, there is nothingness.
And now X was nothing to Zero.
(Very loosely based on a true story in which I forgot my own drink in the freezer. If zero knew that, he too would find me useless. I’m so sorry Zero. *tear*)
Worlds Unite isn’t the best crossover I’ve ever read, but you have no idea how happy it makes me seeing my two favorite characters ever team up and do cool things together, even if it’s just for a couple of pages. 8′)