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The metal doors to the Hall of Wires boomed shut; concealing all of it interior in darkness. The only noticeable source of light was a pair of green photoreceptors, wide-eyed and distraught. Within seconds, as if sensing his presence, the room lit up with the sounds of electric circuits powering on. Multiple screens turned blue as the energy levels rose. Suddenly, the whole room was alive. Appearing almost human-like, the wires dangling from the ceiling began to coil and slither as if they were stretching limbs.
Oblivious to the change of environment, The Spine barely moved from against the cold metal door. His hand clenched on the knob, which slowly made its way up to the latch, slamming it shut, locking him in. Once confined, the silver automaton slid to the floor with a thud! His arms fell onto his lap and there he sat. Everything happened too fast, too unexpected. It was all a blur to him. The rain, the estranged woman standing outside the window; all of it was no
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Grey clouds gathered over the manor, instantly turning sunny skies into heavy downpour in the early morning. The workers at Walter Robotics knew that this particular day was going to be one full of shenanigans, especially when these stunts revolve around a certain trio of Walter automatons. The eldest of the bunch, Rabbit, would usually grow anxious, or as a matter of fact, allow her whacky instincts get the better of her. It became a 24/7 job for the workers just to keep her entertain, however, if it grew too busy in the Walter home, the spirited, clockwork robot would have to find an activity herself.
Alas, this was easier said than done. In one of the many rooms of the manor, an agitated burst of steam echoed through the halls. Rabbit sat, or by perception, lounged in an armchair, upside down. With her boots resting at the top of the chair, she let her head and stiff joints dangle to the floor.
"I'M BOOORRRRRREEEDDDDD!", the copper bot whined, her