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The fighter jet makes a flyby just above the bone dragon, letting the sonic boom it left behind clear the fog and rattle its bones.
edited 22nd Sep '14 2:52:04 AM by Questor
Check the title. Also, this is its pilot.
The mecha moves to block the Viper's flight path, halting its descent with its arms folded.
Stupid me, but the title made me think that the AI/pilot was a hero in a fundamentalist manner.
The Fighter Barrel Rolls away from the red mecha's path.
An unregistered type... This is going to be interesting! But I'm gonna need some serious firepower for this!
The Fighter then jets upwards before a portal forms right in front of its flight path and takes it to parts unknown.
May have to leave for a long time.
edited 22nd Sep '14 2:58:38 AM by Questor
Nope, she's played totally straight. Fortunately, the PC has a cooler head and is her commander, so he can stop her from getting herself killed. Having a Romantic Two-Girl Friendship with a Gadgeteer Genius who can build a mecha like the Black Jack with a box of scraps! also helps.
edited 22nd Sep '14 3:00:11 AM by MicoolTNT
(is about to go and smack that silly tin can silly)
(but then another tin can blocks its path, ending in dragon's confusion)
(for now it observes the escalating conflict between the two mechas, moving a bit back on the rooftop)
Oh. See you around then.
edited 22nd Sep '14 2:59:43 AM by FergardStratoavis
Well, in such case...
An unstable portal suddenly zaps the Black Jack off to god-knows-where.
(and the dragon was left to its own devices)
(much confusion was had)
And the confusion continues, as a series of strange noises suddenly echoes through Hammond Robotics...
(glances around, looking for the source of this annoying noise)
The noises are getting louder... very quickly, actually...
...and then the Crazy Frog comes out of nowhere with a near-supersonic flying kick aimed at the skeletal dragon's jaw.
edited 22nd Sep '14 3:09:56 AM by MicoolTNT
(the entirety of the skeleton gets thrown a bit to the side, just barely keeping on the rooftop)
(it glares at the perpetrator before roaring and taking off, its wings clacking on wind as it gains altitude)
(then attempts to dive bomb the frog with its claws)
The Crazy Frog strafe-dodges easily enough and loops around a building, dropping to footpath-level, before coming from below with a superman-style punch aimed, again, at the skeletal dragon's jaw.
The annoying noises continue unabated.
edited 22nd Sep '14 3:13:24 AM by MicoolTNT
(and smacked again, causing the entirety of the skeleton to drop down on the ground, clattering as it does)
(it can't dream to match the frog in speed department, but one hit should be enough - if it connects)
(as it gets up, its swipes the nearby surroundings with a massive tail swipe, hoping to catch the pesky blue man)]]
The Crazy Frog rises high in the air with the momentum from his punch, flips in midair, and flies foot-first at the dragon... only to meet the dragon's sweeping tail, and be knocked far off into the sky.
Did that... just sound like it was enjoying itself?
edited 22nd Sep '14 3:22:48 AM by MicoolTNT
(growls in annoyance before taking off into air again)
(attempts to just ram itself into frog in question, not really humored)
With a dickish grin, the Crazy Frog slips just under the dragon, grabs hold of the tip of the dragon's tail, and flips himself onto the dragon's back, proceeding to rodeo the undead menace, taking off his motorbike helmet and whirling it above his head by its strap, while making mocking noises.
edited 22nd Sep '14 3:25:10 AM by MicoolTNT
(but how to take down something on your back?)
(ram the back into the wall, of course)
Jumping aside just in time, the Crazy Frog slips his helmet back onto his head as he flies off at high speed, seeming to almost laugh as he turns his head around to watch the dragon slam into the ground... and then himself smacks into a wall.
And that, kids, is why we always keep our eyes on the road.
edited 22nd Sep '14 3:29:17 AM by MicoolTNT
(doesn't appear too shaken from smacking itself into a wall)
(it lands, looking at the frog who just met the wall) ...(begins approaching it on-foot)
The Frog flips forward onto its hands, back onto its feet, glances around, and then bolts off again.
(takes off in the air again, more annoyed than anything else)
(cue the rather meh-minded chase)
The Frog builds up a fair lead, lands on a building, and starts mockingly crotch-thrusting in the direction of the dragon to the beat of this song.
(speeds up the wing-flapping)
(then attempts to catch the pest with its jaws)
The Frog's eyes widen as the dragon's jaw yawns around it, and it tries to zip off to the side... just too late, and it bounces off the dragon's teeth.
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