|La Vie en Rose
Author: Flobear777 PM
A fanfic for what would happen if Wall-E and Eve were turned human five years after the landing on Earth. Some fluff... Rating could change to M in the future, but if so it would be a light M. for now its a light T though so I suspect it won't change.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Adventure - WALL-E & EVE - Chapters: 4 - Words: 5,766 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 14 - Follows: 11 - Updated: 08-12-12 - Published: 03-25-12 - id: 7958611
|A+ A- Full 3/4 1/2 Expand Tighten|
Wall-E? Chapter 1.
Note: Ok, so I decided to write a fan fiction about these two, just for fun, and because I love them so much. And also, I love reviews!
"Wall-E? Are you here?" Eve rubbed her eyes—wait, her eyes? She sat up, realized she was sitting, and gasped. She lifted her hands up to her face, and flexed them. Why did she have hands? She turned them over, staring at her palms, and looked down. She was wearing a white suit made of some stretchy material, and she could feel. There were guns around her forearms, just like the ones she had had as a robot. She shakily stood, feeling a strange rush in her head and seeing stars. She was standing on a metal deck—she and Wall-E had been checking to make sure that the ship was emptied of everything that the humans needed. They were still quite fat and not really able to move a lot, so the robots had been doing most of the gathering supplies for them once they had all left the ship. The ship had landed on Earth five years ago, but it was so big that they were just finishing looking for supplies, and though some humans had wanted to remain on the ship, the captain decided that they should all have the full Earth experience. The robots, however, he allowed to stay on the ship, if they so desired. But Eve and Wall-E had chosen to go and live in his little mobile. The real question now was why was she human? "Wall-E? Wall-E!" she looked around the metal room, which was blackened and charred since the blast which was the last thing she could remember. She and Wall-E had come into the room, and she had accidentally knocked him against a metal wall… and then blackness. She heard a groan from the opposite end of the room and raised her gun, ready to shoot whatever was there. But a chair was pushed aside, and several metal barrels were rolled away, to reveal… someone, concealed in shadow. As he stepped out into the dim light of the room, she squinted, and gasped again. "Wall-E? Is that you?"
"E-Eva?" he coughed and she lowered her gun. She stepped tentatively closer to him, watching as he stumbled toward her. He was wearing the metal goggles with glass that had been his eyes as a robot, and his outfit seemed to entail a brown cloth shirt and pants and some sort of rusted metal chain mail. He had brown shaggy hair that was quite long, and he shook dirt out of it. His voice was much deeper than it was as a robot. She giggled, and he looked down. "Ooooohh!" he exclaimed, looking at his hands and clenching and unclenching them several times the way she did before.
"What do you think happened here?" she said, and Wall-E closed the distance between them, looking at the wall where they had been blasted. It had opened up and a machine was sitting in a little crevice in it. They looked closer. It resembled what the captain had described a canon to look like, only… shinier. It was the same material as the rest of the ship, and it had some kind of writing on it. Eve bent close to it and brushed some of the rubble from it, reading. "It's called the… Sapien300. There's a description underneath, but I can't read it." Wall-E stepped forward slowly, glancing at her as if to make sure it was all right. She smiled, and he smiled back, leaning in and adjusting his goggles. He cleared his throat.
"Well, it says here… 'The Sapien300 may only be used by a robot and once the Axiom has landed on Earth. In an effort to make life better for our robots, it is a mixture of powerful science and technology and Buy and Large magic to give you the perfect lifestyle with your very own personal living servant!' that's all it says here," he said. She bit her lip and raised an eyebrow, blinking as Wall-E chuckled.
"What? This is serious, Wall-E." she planted her hands on her hips and squinted at him, but he only laughed harder.
"It's just that…this is…so strange!" he said in between laughs. "I can… laugh! I can… talk! We are HUMAN!" Eve's lips twitched, and soon she was laughing too. They stood there laughing together for a while, but Eve's smile faded first.
"What do we do now?" she said. He stared at her for a moment.
"Well, I suppose that we go outside. Would you care to join me, young lady?" he offered her his arm. She would have refused him, but she had the feeling that he had yearned to do that for a long time… perhaps since he first saw the clip from Hello Dolly that made her realize just what her feelings were for him. So she took his arm and he escorted her out of the ship. When they stepped into the sun for the first time, she gasped and clapped her hands to her eyes at the brightness. She rubbed them against the sharp pain from the sun, blinking her eyes open slowly. She noticed for the first time how thick the air was. They could breath, but the air was thick and didn't taste good. Taste… she could taste. Everything was new and she realized something else about her body every second that she was in it. She looked at Wall-E and saw that he was shielding his eyes against the sun as well. She noticed the line of his jaw, and felt a strange tingling in her stomach. She smiled, and squeezed his arm. He looked at her from the corner of his eyes, and her breath caught. Then he smiled, the moment passed, and they took their first steps into the new world together.