Portal 2 - Resolution
It wasn't going as planned.
It wasn't going as planned at all, and as much as he'd have liked to blame her for that (brain-damaged like a fox, yes), with her leaping about and her clever plot to coat the room with portal surfaces and her terrible rudeness in admitting all these other idiots into their private battle, he knew that that wasn't really the answer.
So far, she'd evaded everything he'd thrown at her. Quite literally. And deep down inside, a part of him knew that he hadn't quite been giving it his all. He was aiming poorly. He knew she was a good jumper. He consoled himself with the thought that his aim would get better over time, but really
deep down, a part of him knew why he'd been failing.
He didn't want to win. His hearthis heart, not the rage or the code or the foul chassis pumping this insanity through his system, making him part of itselfit wasn't i