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It was a trap.
The sickening thought entered Kevins mind as soon as he felt that massive fist close around his arm, conveniently where his shirt covered his skin making metallic absorbtion impossible.
Hed been an idiot.
He should have known it was a trap. He should have known better. Hed been sloppy and now he was going to pay for it. Kevin thought for sure the alien intended to break his arm. It was such a simple, easy move for his attacker, as if it required no effort at all. Kevin felt the bones flex, threatening to collapse. Kevin cried out and crumpled to his knees when the grip was released. For a few seconds, nothing registered, he saw stars dance before his eyes from the pain. When he was able to see again, his heart stopped dead in his chest for a whole, solid beat. He knew what it was as soon as he saw it.&
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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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The attack had been sudden.
Everything was in chaos.
The old man had thought to pull out the Null Void generator.
To his credit, it had been a brilliant move.
More than half of the attackers had been sucked in immediately, leaving the others disoriented, distracted, and easy to defeat.
But, the plan had an unforeseen complication.
By some cosmic coincidence, the portal had opened in a very opportune place for someone on the other side.
That someone had seen his opportunity and taken it.
There had been absolute bedlam on the Earth side of the portal.
It was difficult to make out anything in the smoke filled battleground.
But there was one thing he had managed to see.
She was on the ground, bleeding from half a dozen small wounds and laying, limp as a rag doll, in the dirt of an open field.
If she was here, he knew the other two wouldnt be far away.
He heard them both warding off whatever band of unknowns
Without really knowing why,