Anyways, this is the second installment in that Fish Out of Control Room story. I had the idea that it'd be great to show at least a passage of time, and some serious effort on poor GLaDOS' part to get by on the surface.
I came up with the panel secured to her back as a solution for the problem of running out of length on her extension cord - as long as those portals stay open, she has a nice power supply straight from her control room. ^_^
However, given her weight and er, considerable size, dragging herself along on the surface like a strange robotic caterpillar can't be easy. It also can't likely be comfortable. I figure after a while she is going to feel miserable enough to recant all her fatjokes, and promise herself a much slimmer chassis when this is all over.
Anyways Part 3 might be where I finally bring Chell in. We'll see.
Also, looks like I'm just drawing angsty stuff at the moment. My apologies.
GLaDOS, Portal, and the Aperture Shed are copyright Valve.
wow... this is dramatically painful...
I must say though, that I am fascinated by her tenacity to "climb" to the exit (I'm sure that took a while) force her way out of the door way, and now inch worm herself around to look for Chell...
it, actually makes me fascinated about her and where all this may go... especially that Glados here is showing attachment loneliness and remorse...
All of my weight is necessary for proper functioning. There are no excessive components.
I wish Valve could see this (for an android GLaDOS in HLe3 or P3 so she wouldn't have to drag herself around like that)
i'm sure that for GLaDOS, the situation tastes like lemonade... minus the water and sugar.
Don't worry, the next one should be happier. And funnier.
Anyays on a more SERIOUS note, I totally agree. If she can get topside like this, and portal in whatever she wanted, she's going to be impossible. Just...impossible.
I just remembered something...
She can put portals ON THE MOON!
The very universe is no longer safe.