OK, 'nother demented fanfic idea. A "Freaky Friday" Flip
... between Haman Khan
and Fram Nara
It's safe to say that Supreme Commander Khan has not had the best few days. Getting incapacitated by a psycommu malfunction when she was on the verge of taking over the Earth Sphere was bad. Waking up in a completely different body in a completely different solar system was also bad. Discovering that she was now a foot-soldier in an army of insane, quasi-religious ideologues engaged in a war against the Earth that was inches away from ending in mutual genocide was probably
worse, but it was a pretty close-run thing. Now she's got to deal with psychotic co-workers, a commander with a quite unreasonable aversion to weapons of mass destruction, and some idiot child in an overpowered mobile suit who keeps babbling on about 'understanding'. Worse yet, the orders from on high are making less and less sense, to the point where she's starting to wonder if they even want
their side to win. Most people faced with these circumstances would try to hide in a nice, quiet corner until they find a way home. Most people, however, are not the de facto dictators of their own asteroids. Haman doesn't like how things are being run around here, and she plans to make some changes.
Lieutenant Nara, meanwhile, had quite a few things she wished to do before someone inevitably diagnosed her with Mars Ray cancer. See Earth, meet a cute guy, wreak bloody revenge on the Federation for the injustices they committed against her people, that sort of thing. Being put in charge of a brutal fascist dictatorship in the middle of an apocalyptic three-way war was not on the list. Now Mars Rays are the least of her concerns, as she tries to maintain her disguise whilst facing threats from without and within Axis, to deal with Paptimus Scirocco hitting on her, and to keep her subordinates from committing too
many war crimes. Plus, there's the fact that she seems to have swapped bodies with a mass-murdering warlord, which logically means that the mass-murdering warlord is loose in her
universe. It would probably be a good idea to do something about that. She tries to ask herself 'what would Zeheart do?', but Zeheart seems to be a very long way away right now...
edited 7th Oct '12 1:21:19 PM by Iaculus
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