I received a lovely comment on this is how the world begins while I was on my work-cation last week, requesting a list of which characters matched up to which fandoms. (I felt a little overwhelmed when I looked at the list, but I've given it a go!)

Also, my apologies to anyone who tried to read the story on AO3 when it was first posted; the formatting was all wonky. It should be fixed now!

Honestly, I thought it would be easier than this. )
Things I ignored during the writing of this fic:
1. Transformers canon.
2. Movie canon.
3. My other Transformers fic.

This was inspired by watching the new Transformers trailer, because I'd like to be able to actually *enjoy* the movie without constantly worrying about the rampant destruction of, oh, everything. Of course, as I read up on the new movie, it went in kind of an unexpected direction. (Cairo? Huh?) Mostly, there were a bunch of little things I wanted to see in between the movies, so that's what I wrote. Apologies for my complete lack of knowledge (and/or disregard) for Transformers canon.

[ETA: And then I saw the *second* preview, and I was all "Bwuh?" all over again. But it was kind of a good thing, because it made me want to write what I *wanted* to have happened.]

Title: Just Like the Oracle at Delphi (One Day at a Time)
Author: marcicat
Rating: PG-13 (past violence, US military)
Warnings: the robots transform!
Wordcount: 2900

Just Like the Oracle at Delphi )
So I really wanted to name this story "More Than Meets The Eye." Because all the cool kids were doing it, and come on, how many times does a movie put such a blatant invitation to fanfic right there in the plot? But without even trying, I ended up reading three Transformers stories in a row with that title. So I decided to pick something different. Also not original, but sort of fits better with the plot, if you can call it that.

Summary: After all that, Sam and Mikaela must've had to go back to school.

The More Things Change )


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