Ashes to Ashes
Sideswipe folded his arms across his chest plates, a disturbed frown mounted on his face plates. If there was one word to describe the Autobot base, it was ‘inadequate’. This definitely didn’t look like the best place to even have a hold up for an entire Autobot army, let alone a good area to even settle down. To say that Headquarters was a dump in front of all the Autobots would only add insult to injury, as much as he hated to say it.
He tapped his digits impatiently against his forearms, glaring at the closest thing he could see: a glass wall.
Well, it wasn’t exactly glass, it was a two-way mirror, something that the Autobots kept in place so that only those who wanted to watch the interrogation could see while the interrogated could not.
The silver warrior was leaning against the wall while Sunstreaker sat impassively on the floor, fiddling with his golden brass knuckles. Sunstreaker hadn’t spoken a word across the s