Bugged, a wreck-it ralph fanfic | FanFiction
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It had been an ordinary day.
Ralph did his best 'gentle' throws, Felix made himself react a smidge faster than the human player, games were won, games were lost. A young girl with short blond hair and glasses, a regular for them, was playing at the moment. She was a few levels in with a good streak.
She smiled as she had Felix dodge each brick thrown. Things were looking fine. His pixels glitched and vibrated, spiking out from his body. He had never had an attack such as this. His body had frozen on its own, he couldn't move even when tried, even when the girl turned back around and tried to get him to.
He was frozen in place as is own body blurred and pixelated. He couldn't do anything. Ralph could only watch in horror as his friends body burst into pixels then recreate itself, then repeat the process. The Nicelander were smart enough to stay quiet but he could Gene from the corner of his eyes, and the man looked positively horrified. Quickly remember his job, he began throwing bricks again but made sure to miss Felix every time.
There was no telling what would happen it he hit him now… "Look, see? I can't move him or anything either. The wrecker felt his heart drop. I guess ol' Felix just could hold out any longer. Can't say we didn't get a good run out of him though. This was one of my favorite games too.
Litwak smiled and patted Ellie on the shoulder. Thinking over his choices, Ralph grimaced. The Nicelanders were already rushing out and down to him when he was finally able to pull himself together, his eyes wide and body shaking. He looked at his worried friends, everyone desperate for answers. Ralph stood behind them, watching Felix dismally.
Dread ran down his spine. After explaining his… problem to the Nicelanders, they were appropriately upset that he had hid it from them, and had taken off to go pack what they could to leave. They were going to be unplugged. There was nothing that could be done to fix him. No golden hammer, no repair man. He buried his face into his hands. Some Fix-It he was.
A large hand was placed over his shoulder, causing Felix to look over. Ralph gave him a weak smile. Some of the Nicelanders went with them, but I think the rest are still pulling themselves together. I'll wait for you by the tram. They spoke quietly amongst themselves, some sending Felix sad glances when he joined Ralph's side.
Everyone else is settled and ready to go? There was a murmur of yes's, so the wrecker and fix-it quickly took their spots in the tram. The small machine hiccupped into life and began on it's way.
Hero and bad guy turned to take one last look at their home. The tram entered the tunnel, it's shadow falling over them- An invisible wall was, without warning, pressing against his back, crushing him into the tram, sending his data into a frenzy.
Felix screaming in pain as he pixilated and glitched. The small Nicelander were yelling in fear as their hero was twisted in pain and the tram jerked. His data buzzed and blinked, then he abruptly glitched back in front of the tunnel while the trolley continued without him. It felt like ages before he was finally able to uncurl and push up. Felix stood with shaky legs.
I just felt something press against my back and then boom! It had to have just been a coincidence. A badly timed episode. He couldn't be trapped. They rushed forward to the tunnel, the tram having moved on without them, and froze. Ralph looked first at the entrance then over at his friend.
Felix looked at Ralph with desperation. He couldn't think of anything to say, nothing comfort him with. His friend and brother needed him now, but he could think of nothing. Looking forward once more and with no other option left, Felix reached his hand out. Ralph nearly collapsed when he saw the milky blue screen where Felix's hand lay. It wasn't suppose to happen like this. He nearly lost a sister before. Now he'll lose a brother. Anger filled his mind, blinding rage.
Why was this happening?! Hero's don't die like this! They aren't looked in cage and left to rot!
In it's place, sorrow. Felix's shoulder were sagged with defeat. This had never even come to his mind. He knew his data was fried but to this extent. In a million years, the male never would have expected this. Now… This was it. He knew what he wanted to say but to speak it allowed would make everything too real.
Arms wrapped around him, ignoring as his data buzzed from contact. Ralph was never really one for hugs, expect from Vanellope. Generally Felix who is very much an avid hugger would steal one-sided hugs. They could look a dictionary a thousand times over and never find a word to be shared at this moment.
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