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Defiance Pax

By AnnieQuill

Adventure / Humor

Defiance Pax

Defiance Pax looked up at the huge red and blue flamed Cybertronian.

Major William Lennox watched Defiance Pax, Waiting for her to collapse.

Optimus Prime made eye contact with the human youngling, observing her.

Defiance Pax was a rail thin, tan, 5’’6’, with hair chin length at most. Her wide green eyes, and determined set to her face made her look very formidable. She also looked like what humans called a ‘Pixie’.

Defiance Pax raised a hand and smiled.

“Nice to meet you Optimus Prime!” She said cheerily.

“You too Defiance Pax. Do you accept the position?” He asked.

“Yes, I will be your liaison,” She said.

“Very well then, Come on kid, follow me,” Major Lennox said, still expecting her to faint any minute now. Defiance hummed her assent and followed the soldier.


It was going to be a fun year.


She never did faint.


She did occasionally paint.



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