Light fluttered between the window blinds, creating faint shadows and figures as they danced along the shelves of books and records. Erik watched the parade of shapes and wisps travel down the numerous bookcases as he walked into the mansion's library. He'd figured that Charles would be here along with the new addition to the school, (y/n); she was a fellow telepath just like Charles and it appeared the two of you hit it off very well since you arrived a few weeks back. In fact, Charles had seemed even happier since you showed up, reverting back to his upbeat personality. He turned the corner when surprise, surprise, he found who he was looking for; Charles and you working on either side of a table nestled in-between the cabinets. He waltzed over to the two of you and pulled up a seat. Charles greeted him with a simple nod while (y/n) remained silent, focusing more so on the papers in front of her. It was then he noticed something seemed a bi
by MagnusMagneto (MagnusMagneto23)
Commissioned by Urza2 of DeviantArt
Wednesday, May 2 (written in class)
The hallways were abuzz with people gossiping about Kelly's amazing accomplishment. Some people theorized she was on steroids. Fortunately, those with at least an average intelligence realized that she was way too feminine, and steroids wouldn't help much with the likes of archery. Some theorized that she was secretly a super-hero, or was becoming one. Others thought that maybe she's an alien, or a government experiment. Regardless of their theories behind her new-found strength, everyone was talking about Central High's Super-Girl.
Everywhere she went, Kelly was swarmed by people. I was unable to have a one on one talk with her, which was really disappointing. During class I received a text from her asking if I could join her in the gym, to which I responded that I wo