|Life at Birds Eye View
Author: 2KillAMb1Rd PM
Beths life is turned around when she becomes a monster! But can she help her new found friends save the world! Sorry its so late! :/Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Romance/Adventure - Chapters: 21 - Words: 25,782 - Reviews: 43 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 01-05-13 - Published: 09-22-12 - id: 8546162
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Ello :) I know last chapter was a little, well, depressing, and I'm just gunna say that this isn't any happier :L sorry...
When Susan and Dr. C reached the large entrance to area 5* both were shocked by the sight; flames were creeping from every entrance and window, smoke filled the once clear sky. The tree's around the building smoked and fizzed, praying for rain. The dark night was now as bright as the sun, the blackness engulfed in orange. It didn't look like any amount of water would put these flames out.
It looked like they were too late. The faint honk of a fire engine was heard in the distance as the two monsters stared on in complete and utter bewilderment at their home; now engulfed in flames.
"Somethings not right." the doctor mumbled, peering into the smoke. Beads of sweat rolled down his brow as he begged for figures to appear.
"What? Whats wrong?" Susan panicked.
Both pairs of eyes landed on the flaming entrance.
"Oh God..." she mumbled.
Dr. Cockroach ran for the door "Hannah!" he screamed "Link! BOB! Where are you?!"
"No! Doctor!" Susan cried, jumping down and whizzing to him, pulling him back before the terrified scientist could dive into the flames, and no doubt to his death.
Susan placed the doctor on the ground.
He knelt and sobbed. He kept repeating their names, over and over again, willing them to appear unharmed before him. But they didn't. They knew it was too late - no one could survive that intense heat.
Susan bowed her head, tears streaming like a waterfall down her cheeks, while Dr. C clung to the dirt, stunned into silent.
There was a loud explosion, which was created by the full engine of the private jet the facility had owned.
The two friends mourned All for the same people, but all different at the same time. They mourned for their friends, for the workers; all those that had kept them sane before they had earned their freedom.
Suddenly half of a jeep flew from the flaming entrance, catching both monsters attention in turn.
They turned in hope to the entrance, and their hope wasn't in vane.
A large, scaly figure progressed towards them, a large pile in its arms.
Nobody had remembered that BOB was indestructible, but it all came crashing back when Link emerged, covered in the blue mass, carrying Beth, holding onto her as if for dear life.
When he was a safe distance from the fire, Link lied Beth gently onto the ground. Dr. Cockroach ran over, jumping on Link.
"Link! Thank God your alive! How ingenious of you to use the indestructible blob as a shield from the heat!"
Link nodded, a frown on his face "Yeah, just a shame it was BOB though!" he sighed, picking an eye of his arm and throwing it to the floor in disgust.
"Ew..." Dr. C mumbled, shivering at the thought, but his attention was caught by his now conscious fiance.
"My dear? Are you alright?" the doctor asked her, pulling her up into a warm hug.
Beth sighed and melted into his arms, relieved that they were all okay.
"I'm fine honey." she murmured. However they heard a thud behind them, and turned to see Susan picking an unconscious Link up and hugging him close.
"Link!" Beth cried, flying as high as she could. Susan caught her and placed her own her palm beside Link.
"Is he gunna be okay?!" Susan sobbed. Dr. C appeared on her hand and held Link's wrist. After a moment he let go.
"He's going to be fine!" he announced "Just in a state of shock!"
Beth knelled down and took the fish apes hand "He risked his life for me!" she whimpered, cradling his hand like a baby.
Dr. Cockroach put an arm around her shoulder. "Don't worry! He's fine." he noticed that her wrist was bent at an odd angle "which is the least I can say about you, Hannah? What happened?"
Beth looked down at her broken wrist and chuckled "BOB happened!"
"Ah. That makes sense!"
Beth glanced around them, also relieved to see B flying high above them.
Then she realised, someone wasn't there. But who?
"Guys, someones missing." she said dryly, but she was un heard.
Beth looked from the butterfly in the sky, to the three monsters beside her. Then she looked into the flames, unfazed by the sudden chaos as the fire engines piled around them. She looked deeper and deeper still into fire, noticing the different oranges, reds, yellows.
Reality hit her like a brick wall and she screamed louder than she had ever screamed before. She attempted to leap off Susan, but was pulled back by her future husband.
"Hannah? Whats wrong? Who's missing?" Oh so he had been listening!
"Monger!" she cried, falling and sobbing at the doctors feet.
Cliff hanger :L I promise the next chapter will be a little more cheerful! Until then, farewell.