Portal 3 Chapter 36Meanwhile back on the walkways, Jeffrey was flying as quickly as he could to lead the group to where he last saw Chelsea. He flew through focused and determined to rescue his Zelda once again. The others noticed his determination and were impressed by it. Jeffrey was usually a guy who was not emotional about anything, so his focus was something new to them.Portal 3 Chapter 36 by InGodzHandz
They finally reached where the walkway ended and stopped. It was a large expanse with a testing chamber that had a hole in the floor. The hard light bridge from before was gone leaving an open way for them to go. Jeffrey flew into the expanse straight away without stopping.
“Slow down, Jeff!” Kayla yelled from the walkway. “Wait for us! I have to carry everyone to where you are.”
“Alright, but hurry,” Jeffrey said flying in place in the middle of the expanse.
Kayla quickly lifted everyone over the side of the railing and into the expanse.
Portal 3 Chapter 35Chelsea pondered over what she had discovered about GLaDOS and found to her surprise that she was beginning to feel sorry for her. She saw that she was a victim and was not sure what to think anymore, especially considering the fact that she was most likely going to have to kill her. They had to stop GLaDOS from hurting others, even if that meant killing her, but Chelsea was starting to find that she did not want to do it anymore. She wanted to somehow save GLaDOS instead. She just was unsure how. GLaDOS was ignoring the gospel and every attempt to make her think, so it seemed to be a lost cause.Portal 3 Chapter 35 by InGodzHandz
In an effort to get her mind on something else, Chelsea created balls of light with her hands as she thought over the meaning of what she saw when she drifted unconscious. She saw that her particles of light were mixing freely with the light particles of the hard light bridges. It was interesting, because she never knew they could do that. Their
Portal - Unto OthersOccasionally, when the test subject at hand was one inch from drawing their last breath, she made them notice.Portal - Unto Others by altairattorney
She answered their words of rancor with mockery. That suited them, after all. To those who dared address her brazenly, besides a quicker, yet more painful death, she always replied the same way.
They had earned it, she claimed. They were no better than her.
She was a bigger person – she had always been. She could put their acts of torture aside, to be completely unbiased in her judgment.
The result did not change. They were a race of monsters.
Because, in all sincerity, their history had been nothing short of a failure. From start to finish, her amoral gaze stretched on cycles of wars and oppression. And if their lack of freedom was absolute, if constant prevarication marked their every age, wasn’t that a bad thing?
What else to do, with a race whose main input is wrongdoing?
In the end, her faculty to judge was still their responsibility. Th
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A Nasty Piece of Work - A complete guide to GLaDOSSo, here we are again, dear Portal fandom. Today I am here to bring you something nobody asked for — a good, long chat about our favourite sassmaster AI.
If there is such a thing as fighting for a character's reputation in a fandom, that is what I have been doing for GLaDOS since the day I completed my first playthrough. She is one of the most misunderstood characters I know, if not the most misunderstood. What may the reason for that be?
Well, it is not hard to understand. Such is the fate of complex characters, aka those characters whose story and personality naturally include contradictions, doubts, morally grey areas. For audiences made by people like us, sadly used to clichés due to a ridiculous overexposure, it is just too easy to grab a character with so many layers and shove their whole existence in just one of them.
That is how supervillain!GLaDOS, offensively-clichéd-mental-illness!GLaDOS, omnipotent-evil-goddess!GLaDOS and many, many more were born. No