The Didact was growing impatient. He knew his people were dying. Suffering. Losing. Requiem was falling to the parasite. It appeared time was not in his favor. The Didact and his crew were working diligently on their latest defense against the flood. There were two of them; towering metal beings. The size of planets. One was Blue and soldier like in both stance and appearance while the other was orange with horns and wings.
The Didact looked at the two creations and realized he could no longer wait. "Release the latches and activate our new defenses," yelled the Didact. The latches hold the arms, legs, and torso of both being became undone and floated out of position. The blue one's eyes became blue while the orange one's eyes became purple. They both began walking on the metal surface of the planet. They stopped to look at the Didact and his crew.
"Life," began the Didact. "Has been given to you for a purpose. Not so you may live, but so you may defend. You are hereby ordered to defend the galaxy from the threat of the flood and exterminate the parasitic life form." A crew man began running up. "Didact, some of our rebels have left Requiem with the Genesis Project!" The Didact turned around angrily and began marching towards the ship. "Where are they going," demanded the Didact. The crew man responded, "LV-426, they're already beyond our defense systems. Sir, we don't even know if that species would have countered the flood."
The Didact stopped and looked at his crew man. "You dare insult my intelligence at my attempt to bring peace to our race once again during our darkest hour," asked the Didact. "The Xenomorph project would work. Let's just hope they don't get loose..." The crew made it back to the ship while the two towering robots stood on the metallic planet. The Didact took one last look at his creations and spoke to them one last time.
"Goodbye Primus and Unicron."