Prequel: Hunter at Night 25Prequel to Hunter in the Night part 25
Most of the Sweeps pounced on Ultra Magnus. Scourge hovered above them as they pinned the City Commander, and then he swooped down. He grabbed the Autobot's throat.
"You will pay," Scourge snarled at Ultra Magnus.
"For what?" Ultra Magnus wheezed, as Scourge's talons sunk deeply into his neck.
"You killed my father," Scourge retorted angrily. "I saw where you blasted the cliff, as he led you away from the Pack. If you had let him go he would have lived."
Galvatron managed to singlehandedly get the rest of the Autobots to back off. He and Cyclonus then waited on what Scourge would do with Ultra Magnus.
"That was your father?" Ultra Magnus said incredulously.
"Yes," Scourge growled. The talons gripped more tightly.
Ultra Magnus couldn't throw all of the Sweeps off him. He needed to get away. Truth was, the Autobots had been called to leave that planet, indeed tha
Prequel: Hunter at Night 24Prequel Part 24
When Slash's pack realized that their Leader was dead, they moved to take the body. "We can't leave him here," Number 7 said, "Either the Autobots will come for him, or our feral brethren will return to finish what they started."
Scourge nodded. "We must take him somewhere where his body won't be disturbed.
Sounds of approaching Autobots in the distance caused the Sweeps to hurry. Slash was so big and awkward to carry that it took two Sweeps to hold onto him. In order to leave quickly, they took to the air, staying just above the treetops to avoid detection. They quickly reached the den and showed the others. Pandora came out of the den with several well-grown cubs in tow, and the Cub Pack assembled from one of the nearby dens. Emerald and the Sentries that had remained to guard the den were the last to gather around. Their faces registered shock, then sadness. Some of the