AU in which after Chorus, Carolina goes off on her own to hunt down Locus but events force them to team up against a bigger threat that neither one can fight on their own.
Just a thought I had, Carolina’s a good match for Locus as a partner with her speed and agility. A good foil to his strength, direct and calculative fighting. It would be interesting to see them working together especially since the both of them can match each other in a fight.
Put Locus in his soldier armour cos I felt like it :)
Imagine Washington taking the lieutenants under his wing and protecting them, training them, and being like their cool badass uncle. He breaks up disputes between Feds and New Republic soldiers. He’s genuinely proud of their accomplishments and improvements and wants them all to be happy, even in times of war. He lets soldiers vent to him and he gives them advice. He sits with the younger, more timid ones in the mess hall when he sees them alone. He’s always there for the underdogs and the anxious ones and the sensitive ones because he remembers being the shy, clumsy kid in the beginning of Project Freelancer.
Sometime during Chorus, agent Washington is injured and gets his memory temporary gone. He is back to when he was an ‘innocent’ rookie of Freelancer right before everything goes crazy. How does this affect his relationship with the Reds and Blues, when Carolina is the only one he remembers? Especially as this is before Epsilon. Basically anytime during Freelancer is what he reverts to for a short period of time.
There are a lot of found footage movies. Some great (ex: Troll Hunter), a lot more pretty bad. But there is something about these three films that makes me think of them as one unit. They don’t share any cast, they aren’t directed by the same people, they weren’t even produced by the same studio. To be perfectly honest all these films share in common is a filming style and a poster style. Project Almanac has yet to be released and it has gone through a few title changes along the way (it used to be called “Welcome to Yesterday”) but its looking pretty good as a found footage time travel movie. Chronicle is the best one of the bunch by a country mile with its homegrown superhero origin story. Project X is probably the worst of the three, having a baffling terrible title and a morally bankrupt main cast of characters. But all three of these films represent a series of important lessons to an amateur filmmaker, namely what can and cannot be done with a small amount of resources.
Project X (2012) Chronicle (2012) Project Almanac (2015)
So there are definitely some scenes I missed but this took 90 minutes to upload so oh well. In any case, here it is, the Agent Maine compilation. Volume warning for some parts and of course content warnings for blood, violence, guns, death, etc. as well as a little sexist/ableist language.
After season 13, imagine Agent Washington sitting in the hangar bay of the base, waiting for the Reds and Blues to come back. He’s the only soldier there but he doesn’t care; he’s too apprehensive and excited for his friends to return. He waits to greet them with the biggest smile and brightest eyes he’s had in a while because this is the first time he knows his family isn’t going to leave him.
In this universe, everyone at project freelancer lives except Wash. So I had another idea to go with this universe.
Freelancers still go to Chorus with the Reds and Blues after dealing with the director. However the war on Chorus still exists so they help this planet.
When the Feds and New are together, on a day when the freelancers aren’t there someone hacks into something really top secret from them. They gather everyone including Reds and Blues. It turns out to be a memorial thing for a Freelancer, Agent Washington who the reds and blues heard was dead. Thing is, while they kept an ‘official’ log, Wash also did his own at the end of everyday to a journal, or when North and York found out, ‘diary’. He also took everyone’s headcams and security footage from places to his journal.
Everyone gets suckered into this caring guy who clearly doesn’t have the same temperament as the other freelancers, but when they see him in action they understand.
Among this is videos of him doing skateboard tricks.
The freelancers also added anything they had of Wash to this so they could watch him being carefree on his memorial day.
By now the Reds, Blues and Chorus have fallen in love with this guy, the guy who wonders what happened to Georgia (which may or not have happened but still) and worries that the triplets aren’t going to eat lunch with him anymore, wondering why nobody tells him anything and complain about sigma.
Okay so idk if this is something ya’ll would be interested in but recently I got majorly inspired by another blog @learnkoreanwithmusic and so I’ve set off to teach others with this kind of method using every single song from GOT7’s Flight Log Trilogy. GOT7 really motivated me to learn Korean so that I could help other fans understand. I translate a lot so after finding this blog, I got super inspired. Please check this blog out. They have so many great kpop songs and great k-artists that you can all learn from but they didn’t have any of those GOT7 songs so I’ve taken it upon myself to do these myself :) I can’t guarantee a timeline but my goal is to do every single song! I hope this can bring international fans and GOT7 closer together and helps us all understand them better ^.^ Please anticipate and show this blog that inspired me some love :) thank you.
So I want the people of Chorus from Feds and New, along with Reds and Blues including Epsilon but not Carolina and Washington to find this. They are forced to watch both season 9 and 10 of Red vs Blue because reasons but mostly to let the see what Freelancer did. Also to show them the awesome action sequences with the music. Especially when they find out they are in a show.
Also to have them see Carolina and Wash before everything got messed up.