Description: When the first ever Quotev Convention is held in the United States, people from all over the place come to attend and group up. However, things aren't always what they seem, as some Transformers fans are about to discover...
Along the countryside, a blue van drove, old pop music blasting throughout the car. Inside the vehicle was a small family, each person with a rather blank expression on their faces, well, for the most part. The man at the wheel, who was none other than the father, had a rather bored look as he listened to the music and watched road signs pass by. The two boys, both brothers, were asleep in the back, while their no-doubt older sister was staring out the window with her earbuds in.
After a while, the girl took out one of her earbuds and brushed some of her brown hair back. She couldn't take this anymore; they'd been driving for hours on end. Could Kentucky really be that far away from Maryland?
"Are we there yet?" she pondered, rubbing her head a little due to a slight headache.
"No," her dad replied curtly as he glanced over at the GPS. "How about you check your stuff to see if you've got everything."
With a lazy shrug, the teen girl pulled her green and blue backpack off the ground and set it on her lap, opening it up to look through its contents.
"Money... Water bottle... iPod... Movies... Yeah. It's all here." The girl then zipped her backpack up before setting it on the ground once again, not bothering to mention the secret candy stash she'd tossed in there for safe keeping. Of course, she had more stuff for the week, though it was all stored in the suitcase in the back.
With a small smile to herself, she put her earbuds back in and began listening to the rock music she'd downloaded onto her iPod, only to take it out a minute or two later. A building had popped up in the field she was driving by, and the surrounding field containing various booths, while many physical activities were being executed farther out in the field. There was also a line of trees nearby, as if a small forest was being preserved just for them. However, what really caught her eye was the giant banner in front of the building, the letters on it spelling out, "Welcome to the 2016 Quotev Convention!"
Without warning, the girl shouted, "We're here!" thus waking up her brothers. To her, that didn't matter, for she was too busy rallying her stuff to care.
Once her dad pulled up to the front of the building, the brunette practically flew out the door, already dashing to the back to get out her suitcase. While doing so, her dad got out as well and stared at the scenery with a rather confused expression.
"Why would a convention like this be held in the middle of nowhere?" pondered the man as his daughter came back with her suitcase in hand.
"Well I heard something about how they want us to also spend some time outside with our friends," said the teen with a shrug, her side bangs falling in front of her face yet again.
Without warning, she pulled her dad into an embrace, grinning from ear to ear. "Bye Dad," exclaimed the teen before running off, finding the check-in rather quickly.
"Hello, Miss," said the attendant at the front of the check-in. "Username?"
"Uh..." hummed the girl, trying to think of what she was listed under; she'd changed her name so many times it was a wonder anyone could keep up. "...Well... My URL is BreakTheFourthWall and my main name is StarjinxAndCharacters..?"
The woman then began to rapidly type on her small laptop, no doubt trying to find her account. Breaking into a smile, the attendant chuckled and asked, "Vic Brookes? Or do you prefer Starjinx?"
"Starjinx please," said the girl happily as a black t-shirt was brought out to her. On the right sleeve was a white Q, while "Quotev Convention 2016" was written on the front; the back had her URL, BreakTheFourthWall, written above her main Quotev name: StarjinxAndCharacters.
Quickly slipping on the shirt, the teen grabbed the papers handed to her before heading inside, only to stop and stand against a wall as she read the papers handed to her. The papers were pretty much filled with the basic information: A welcome greeting, a map of the Quotev grounds and Quotev House, a set of rules, and of course, a set of activities and what day they'll be initiated.
With a shrug, Starjinx fumbled through the papers and found her room number, though frowned when she realized it was practically on the other side of the building. Sighing, she grabbed her suitcase and began the journey to her room, passing a few other Quotevers here and there. Reading the backs of their shirts, she already identified some of the popular fandoms such as Star Wars, Marvel, and the enigmatic Homestuck. Eventually, she found one of her own: a Transfan, and a familiar one at that.
"Katrina?" questioned the teen girl as her gaze met that of a girl with curly brown hair and glasses. It didn't take long for the same girl to recognize her in return.
"Starjinx?!" exclaimed the girl called Katrina, the straight-haired brunette grinning as she replied, "That's me!"
"No way!" Without warning, the Transfan pulled her friend into an embrace, Starjinx quickly returning the hug before they both pulled away.
"Hey you going to your room? If so then cool cause I'm here already," said Starjinx with a grin, Katrina breaking into one as well as she commented, "Really? Dude we're roomies!"
"Sweet!" Starjinx smiled happily as she opened the door to their room, making sure to get a good look at the place.
The room was rather decent with two sets of bunk-beds, four small dressers, and a light in the center of the ceiling. The walls were stark white, though that was fine; they'd only be staying there a week after all.
"Looks like we got two more roomies," said Katrina with a grin as she tossed her backpack onto a top bunk.
"Yeah, well if they're both Transfans, then I claim this side of the room in the name of the Decepticons." Starjinx smirked before tossing her own bookbag on top of the other bunk, the girl setting her suitcase down as she started unpacking next to Katrina.
"Did you bring anything for internet? I brought my laptop!" said the Autobot fan as she pulled out the device.
"Nah. I've been to Kentucky before; usually the bars here are terrible!" replied the Decepticon with a shrug. "Though I did bring a few movies with me."
"Awesome! What movies?" asked Katrina as she placed her laptop on her dresser. "We can watch them on my computer!"
"Sweet! And I brought some of the bayverse movies and Avengers with me," was Starjinx's response as she zipped up her now-empty suitcase and set it in a corner; there wasn't much to unpack after all. She then walked to her bunk and grabbed her backpack, pulling out four movies. "Yep. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Avengers, and Age of Ultron. All here! Oh, and I brought some candy with."
Without further ado, Starjinx tossed Katrina a Kit-Kat bar before pulling out a Milkyway for herself, savoring the taste of caramel and chocolate.
"It's official," the Decepticon thought to herself. "This is gonna be the best week ever."
Suddenly, there was a knock at the door, thus making both girls jump at the unexpected sound.
"Come in!" called Katrina in a rush, nearly choking on her Kit-Kat as a result. Then entered two other girls, both seeming a bit lost but were probably pretty close given how relaxed they seemed around one another.
"You sure we got the right room, Midnight?" asked the first girl, the black-haired chick glancing over at her blonde friend.
"Wait- Midnight? As in the creator of characters Cherry, Blue, and Knives?" Starjinx questioned, Katrina adding, "And currently an Undertale-Frisk roleplayer?"
"How did you- Wait- Who are you again?" asked the girl by the name of Midnight.
"Name's Starjinx!" said the brunette, her curly-haired friend exclaiming, "Dude it's Katrina!" at the same time.
"Awesome! I think we got the right room, Sasori!" Midnight said with a happy smirk as she sauntered inside, followed closely by the girl known as Sasori.
"Hey Sasori! How's the Black Ops fandom?" asked Starjinx with a grin as the two new girls sat down and began unpacking their things.
"Pretty well to be honest, though I still have to finish making some character forms," Sasori replied before tossing her own bookbag onto a bottom bunk.
"Wait- Wait- Wait! Are you an Autobot or a Decepticon?!" Katrina questioned, trying to seem serious though the childish smile she tried to hide gave her away.
"Decepticon?" Sasori answered, already getting the idea on what was going on.
"Sorry, but this is the Autobot base. The Nemesis is over there!" Katrina then pointed at the opposite bunk before Midnight chimed in with a, "Well where will I sleep?"
"Wait- What?" This threw the Autobot fan off guard for a few seconds until suddenly, she realized she was in a room full of Decepticons. "...Oh no-"
At this, the others couldn't help but laugh, Midnight eventually adding, "You know, I used to identify as my character Sunset, so technically I'm also part Autobot too. I just prefer the Decepticons more."
"Oh yeah! I remember those times," Katrina said with a smile as Sasori moved her bookbag to the bottom "Decepticon Bunk."
"Hey- Don't you have a slight crush on Sounders?" Sasori teased, recalling some times on the internet they'd had together as friends. "Cause I'm pretty sure you made a character to ship with him."
"Yeah, well I'm sticking with my main character: Katrina, Queen of the White Cyberwolves!" Katrina said with a smirk.
"Well you got a Decepticon assassin in this room so yeah," said Starjinx nonchalantly as she laid on the floor lazily.
"Well then me and Midnight here will be covering the Warriors Club," Sasori revealed as she and her friend exchanged a high-five.
"Sweet. Well we better get ready before this assembly thing we have to go to. Probably something boring," Starjinx reminded the group as she rolled over and began getting up.
At this, Katrina couldn't help but comment, "Jinx, this is a Quotev Convention. When you're here, stuff doesn't get boring."