MeetingGwendolyn shuffled through papers on her desk absentmindedly. She sat at a desk in a renovated warehouse. All captured criminals detained in her section had to be checked in with her and due to the unpredictable size of some of the criminals, she'd opted for the largest space she could get.Meeting4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Being the Plumber in charge of a section of the planet wasn't half as exciting as it sounded. It was mostly just paperwork. Now that aliens could legally immigrate to Earth, most of her job was filing, checking, and approving or disapproving immigration requests. The most exciting thing that happened to her now was catching someone trying to illegally enter Earth's atmosphere.
Things were so much more exciting when she worked at Ben's tower. If only
She shook her head.
That was out of the question. Not after
Gwen pushed the thought from her mind.
She tried to concentrate on her work.
"Ms. Tennyson," She heard a voice come from behind her. It was the voice of one of her
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Kevin put all his effort into beating the criminal into submission. It wasnt hard. The guy was a pudgy tech dealer from Peptos XI, but he worked great as a target for venting rage. He certainly hadnt done anything to warrant the excessive beating he was receiving other than catching the recently mutated Plumber in a bad mood, which was more or less constant. When he was finished, Kevin put in a call for a pickup to the Helpers and left the scene as hed arrived.
He didnt want to be around anyone right now. He didnt feel like it. Kevin felt like he had been walking in a haze for days...just sort of existing as the world went by without him. He let it. He didnt know what to think or how to feel. He felt angry, sad, and a slew of other emotions he couldnt readily identify because they shifted and changed so frequentl
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Gwevin One Shot
She laid there, tears falling, finally showing her true emotions. The blast only inches from her face. Suddenly he stopped, pulled back the blast. The look on his face was so vulnerable, scared, regretful. She closed her eyes, anticipating the hurt, but when she opened them again he was there in front of her.
"The only reason your alive is because of what you used to mean to me." He looked away as he said the last part, almost like he didn't believe it. He still cared about her, somewhere underneath the hatred is love for her was still there
After helping clean up the wreckage, Ben and Gwen headed back to the ship. They were half way home before Ben finally broke the silence.
"What?" she said so quietly, not looking over at him. She was hurt, scared, angry. What he said to her hit her harder then she wa
Through The FireThrough The FireThrough The Fire6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Energy Dampers hummed in a steady monotone, their pitch spiking from the sporadic attempts of mana dispersal. Arcane runes etched onto the floor and each wall shone dimly, their glow fluctuating with each spell countered and contained. Whatever forces these two preventive measures couldnt manage, the morphine drip picked up the slack.
This had been the methods the Plumbers devised to keep the likes of Hex and Charmcaster under control during incarceration. Other beings, criminal aliens adept at manipulating life force, twisting and bending them to serve their own selfish purposes, had also been restrained in this manner.
Never would the Plumbers have anticipated they would be forced to use this on one of their own.
And it hurt to see her like this.
Bound and strapped down to a gurney, wrists and ankles secured tightly, emerald-eyes once bright and clear now glassy and dull. Her lids remained open but she was never truly awake. For the moment, Gwendo
A Game of Hearts?Everything was proceeding as planned. The warehouse that served as the residence of a certain dark-haired, brown-eyed mutant was empty. Hiding in the shadows, Charmcaster maneuvered herself past gadget laden tables and unmarked wooden crates. She whispered an illumination spell and a pinprick of light appeared before her.A Game of Hearts?6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It wasnt much, but it was enough to show her the location of her target. She held her breath as she reached out for the small, unassuming disc dangling idly from a hook. With this being her third attempt at stealing the trinket, one would assume the adage third times the charm would be true.
Until the door slid open and a figure appeared in the doorway.
Why am I not surprised? an arrogant, if not annoyed, voice declared.
Amethyst eyes glowed as a gust of wind rushed into the warehouse before darkening into a smoke screen. Claiming her prize, Charmcaster took to the air to soar to her freedom. Until a metal cable shot out from the inky fog and w