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Reversal, Chapter 1Summary: The story of the Portal-games retold with switched roles: Wheatley is the test subject who took down the homicidal super-computer of Aperture, Chell is the A.I who wakes him up after decades in cryosleep to help her escape, and GLaDOS is... GLaDOS.-----------------------------------------------Chapter 1Wheatley huddled in a corner of the test chamber, trying to simultaneously keep the Portal gun as far from his face as he could but hold onto it steadily enough not to drop the thing.The device made him uncomfortable. The computerised voice that had been his only companion (If you didn't count the overly polite turrets, or the Companion Cube, he didn't) had mentioned it was potentially lethal, and even if he had no plans to submerge it in any liquids any time soon, he couldn't shake the fear that it might just decide to explode on his face.But it was the only way he could possibly get through this madhouse, and even though he still walked through the portals as fast as poss
Bored Nearly to Death (Complete)Bored Nearly To Death (A Modern Fairy Tale)1.Susanna Victoria Blevins was ten. She had everything a girl her age could ever want. She was an only child in a well to do family and her parents doted on her. The girl lacked for nothing, except for maybe imagination. She was in a constant need for entertainment. She had a wonderful room, full of all the magnificent things she asked for. Her friends loved coming over to play, for Susanna had all the latest and greatest toys. Everything they saw advertised on the television, could be found in there. Susanna had many friends, and it was not just because she had so many nice things to play with. She was a pleasant enough girl and always shared her things with others. She enjoyed her friends because they were spontaneous girls, full of ideas of things to do. Susanna appreciated this because she was prone to boredom. Boredom was something that this little girl loathed. In fact Susanna often thought that if she were ever to get too bored that i