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So Close, Yet So Far chapter 2So Close, Yet So Far chapter 2 by YellowDizzyLombax
Ratchet and Alister:
So Close, Yet So Far
Chapter 2: Breegus Tea
Damn, did his head hurt. It pounded like mad, so bad that he couldn't remember what happened last; but then it felt like something cold was on his forehead, like a damp cloth. He didn't even know where he was now, but everything around him felt comfy. The majority of his body was surrounded by warm, soft materials up to his chin.
His eyes felt so heavy, they wouldn't even flicker the slightest bit. But he wanted to see. To see where he was. Maybe they wouldn't open because he felt too distant still, even after waking up. He needed to recollect his senses. Gradually, his fingers started twitching, as well as his tail and ears. His nose picked up those familiar scents again, but he still couldn't quite tell what it was. He exhaled deeply; everything was so peaceful. However, he had to get up.
"Nuuggghhh..." Eyelids flickered lightly eventually, trying to open even though they felt tire
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Time TravelRequest for airlombax
I DO NOT OWN RATCHET AND CLANK, INSOMNIAC GAMES DO!
Glass was shattered everywhere. Wires were hanging dangerously from the ceiling. Pipes were cracked and full of splits. However, even with all of this damage in the Great Clock, the universe was luckily in one piece.
The elder Lombax was the one who almost caused the destruction of the universe, however the son of his deceased best friend got the message through to him that the Clock was not a time machine. Unfortunately, this message was given a little too late.
General Alister Azimuth sacrificed himself to save the universe just in time without causing a rip in space. This caused great grief for a certain golden Lombax, known as Ratchet. He didn't realize how alone he felt without another Lombax in his life until Azimuth was taken away. He didn't know how much it would have stung, but now that he was gone, he felt the pain.
It had been a few days since this incident happened, but Ratchet was