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Avengers: Shifting part O1Steve Rogers breathed heavily; his vision had begun to swim as he struggled to concentrate on the task ahead of him. He gripped the gear tightly, staggering as he tried to control the aircraft that had tried to destroy the world. Muscles ached with fatigue and tiredness, having taken down an entire army. The Captain shut his eyes briefly, trying desperately to remain strong, being the poster boy of his country now.
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"Right now I'm in the middle of nowhere!" Captain America shouted out, feeling a panic rise in his throat, yet a sense of relief as he glanced down at the radar. The blinking screen alerted him to the feeling of loneliness, which made his plan seem fool-proof. Yet, it wasn't in his bodily favor, though he didn't have much time to chicken out. "If I wait any long