Eject had debated whether or not he should do this for a few hours before he finally broke down and decided to come to the docking bay.
Things have gotten weird with Turmoil. On the one hand, it is Eject’s job to make sure everyone on the Lost Light is safe, and to do that he is required to spy on the former Decepticon. On the other hand, recent events have made it clear that Turmoil was not some cruel, distant, shadowy menace. That doesn’t mean he can’t, and won’t, harm the crew of the Lost Light, but it does make him a more complicated individual than Eject could have suspected.
Eject doesn’t know if he could trust Turmoil, but he does know that he wants to.
Still, if his life has taught him anything so far, it’s that he can’t always (or even usually) get what he wants. He will do his duty, and he will do it unapologetically, even if it means souring this tentative… something-almost-like-a-friendship that he senses between them. But he can, at the very least, say goodbye, and that is what he intends to do.
He arrives at the docking bay, pressing the intercom button near the airlock. “Hey, Tank? You around?”
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