Witch Womanand this heat breaksMore Like This
with a wind that promises
dead leaves and
while my hair dances
wildly in the wind
and a vinyl spins
faster than the earth
and the moon shines
right into this
soul of mine
and i need to be
somewhere in this
i need to wave my arms
in a raging storm
and curl up in
the smell of rain
Xmen REVAMP 6Tick, Tick, Tick…More Like This
“… Why isn’t Kody here?” Lance asked as he, Pietro and Wanda were in at one end of a room designed for training. Magneto was at the opposite end, preparing the latest session.
“She’s more of an information collector than combat specialist.” Pietro answered. It had been two weeks since Magneto assigned the technopath to find whatever “project” Senator Kelly had planned on introducing once his Mutant Response Division Act would pass, prompted by Zero’s mission report. She was unable to get specific details about said “project”, which meant that Kody was once again locked up in her room filled with hacking equipment.
“She still should be here, we are part of a team, aren’t we?” He remarked.
“He just doesn’t want his girlfriend to get hurt, so he asked dad to have her excused from training.” Wanda replied.
“She’s not my girlfriend!” Pi
Xmen REVAMP 5Information and CompetitionMore Like This
Magneto knew about the telepathy through touch. Zero was surprised, and yet, she wasn’t. It definitely didn’t surprise her that he wanted to use that aspect of her mutation to gain information from “the enemy” as he put it. When she asked who “the enemy” was, he referred to anyone who was “not like them”. She assumed that it was non-mutants. Soon after this conversation she was given a mission, a trip to Washington DC, and a target: New York Senator Robert Kelly.
The name was familiar. He was the one who was openly, and aggressively, against mutants. He proposed a motion where mutants were to “register” who they were and what they could do. He had even suggested a Mutant Response Division to control the… uncooperative mutants. Everyone was talking about him in the streets, mutants and non-mutants alike, and usually there was fifty percent for him and a fifty percent against him. Zero came to t