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Postby Al-Bob » Tue Dec 02, 2008 2:30 am

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Mrs. Hasegawa always walked home from school but today she didn't. She kept thinking about the assignment that she had given Violet without her parents permission. She also thought about the possibility of her actually causing the death of a super due to uncontrollable events. As she went home she finally settled upon the idea of letting her new student follow Violet at a distance just in case something went wrong.

"He'll keep her on pace." She thought as she reached her home.
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Postby The Star Swordsman » Tue Dec 02, 2008 2:44 am

[So anyone got an idea of what Violet's special solo mission was? And I bet I am the only one that hasn't submited one of my own created characters yet.
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Postby Masterweaver » Tue Dec 02, 2008 3:05 am

Violet, on the other hand, had only just began to realize what she had gotten herself into.

"Stupid, stupid, stupid..."

She banged her head against her bookshelf. What the heck had she been thinking?! Sure, being a Super was fun, but if she accepted every mysterious mission left and right she'd no doubt be swamped in work. Plus the fact her parents couldn't know... that was a real tip-off.

Fortunately, the mission had been simple. What it boiled down to was observing her classmates and identifying those that were Supers. She knew from experience how they could make themselves invisible, even if not as literally as her, but she doubted it could be dangerous (unless the second Gazerbeam stared her down). Nonetheless, it would be difficult. Stalking potentials would probably be easier in her suit then her day clothes, and it would be difficult to smuggle that out without mom noticing.

But who would want to know what young Supers there were?
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"Ah, Mister Dicker." The masked man gestured expansively. "Please, sit."

"Quite a collection you have here," the elderly gentleman commented, glancing at a suit in the chair next to him.

"Mere replicas. None of the actual abilities that the Supers' outfits have."

"May I ask who you are?"

The man smiled. "Call me... the Chessmaster."

Dicker took in the horse-motif breastplate with a crown in the middle, the tower-like boots. the bishop-handled pair of swords. "I see. I don't have time for dress-up games, you know."

"Of course not. This is about the recent reemergence of the Supers. ALl I want is the right to act as I see fit." The Chessmaster sat opposite the lawyer, palmless gloves upward in a gesture of peace.

"I'm not willing to just hand out diplomatic immunities. What nation do you claim to represent?"

"Trinidad and Tobago," replied the man without blinking an eye.

"Oh? And yet this mansion is in Nebraska."

"Your point?"

Dicker sighed. "Listen, son, I can't just let everybody who asks have power. So unless you have a good reason for this, I'm just going to leave now."

"There has always been a manipulator."

Dicker paused. "Excuse me?"

"Every time one was knocked off in the old days, another rose, twisting heros and villains for his or her own purposes." The Chessmaster leaned forward. "And they all went bad. All I want is to not go bad. Do you see?"

"Ah. Who watches the watcher." The elderly gentleman leaned back. "And diplomatic immunity helps because...?"

"It lets me show myself without worry. It lets me connect, keeps me human. Please, just please, consider it? I don't want to become a second Syndrome."

The lawyer snapped forward. "How did you know about Syndrome?"

The Chessmaster sighed. "I knew him. I'm not telling you any more." He looked Dicker in the eye. "Please. Don't let me go bad. That's all I ask."
"The ends do not justify the means, but a sword is just a sword. Unless it's a cursed intelligent sword, but basically..."
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Postby Al-Bob » Tue Dec 02, 2008 5:15 am

The Star Swordsman wrote:[So anyone got an idea of what Violet's special solo mission was? And I bet I am the only one that hasn't submited one of my own created characters yet.


<i might introduce Flex as a side character who will follow Vi just in case...The special mission could include something with Syndrome but i'm getting bored of him>
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Postby The Star Swordsman » Tue Dec 02, 2008 5:32 am

[Good idea. I guess we'll just see how stuff plays out]
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Postby Al-Bob » Tue Dec 02, 2008 5:39 am

[maybe it could be a ring of supercatchers. These criminals want to erase certain supers that can stop them and leave the ones that can't]
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Postby The Star Swordsman » Tue Dec 02, 2008 5:53 am

[I like that idea. Go and start it up. Maybe everyone else will catch and follow]
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Postby WBoon » Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:45 am

(Why would they be stupid enough [no offense] to leave even the most minor threat existing? Unless they aren't very good criminals, of course. :)

Nope, I got my own plan of story arc coming up, and it is going to change Violet's life forever... for the worse, of course, or we won't have any drama, now, would we? ;) )

'Back in the bustling city
Wealthy businessmen in elegant ties and striped suits of much cost, poor, wrinkle old ladies in ragged piece of garments frailly stepping along the cold, stony pavement, young lads without a worry in the world hopping across the streets.

He's one of them now, an ordinary citizen of Metroville.

With a burdened heart, he paced among the rushing people, unaware of them as much as he was unnoticeable to them.

'So, what you gonna do now, Akai?'

'Live a normal life like everyone, I guess...'

'I'm really sorry, Akai...'


...

'I'm real sorry...'

'Bump!' The echoing voice inside his head was interrupted by the painful impact of a collision on his forehead. Drowned in tremendous anguish, the human child was naturally not looking at where he was placing his next step, or his head.

"Watch it, you jerk!" cried out a tender female voice.

And since it belonged to the opposite gender, it obviously filled him with embarrassment that he had knocked down a young lady.

A young brunette with a white hairband, in a cute magnolia sports jersey, matching beige cargo pants with camouflaging patches, and a pair of Nike sportswear, to be exact. One did not need another clue that she was an athletic woman.

"Sumimas..."

He paused, remembering the language the city uses.

"I meant, I'm sorry, miss, I wasn't looking where I was going."

At he helped the young female up, he looked her in the eyes. Aqua, shimmering pupils - just like his.

"That's okay," she replied cheerfully with a warm smile, "I was kinda having my eyes on the road instead of my front, too..."

The way she rubbed her neck in awkwardness instantly entranced him. Her silky long hair flowing gracefully behind her shoulders worked her charm, too. She was a gorgeous one with captivating superpowers, seemingly.

"Um, I'm Akai."

He greeted friendlily. Though the thirteen years old preteen knew it was somewhat rude to introduce himself like that, especially when it meant that the opposition had to introduce herself, he helplessly blurted out those words at that moment, causing him to retract the hand that he had stretched forward for a handshake just seconds after he had pulled it out.

She chuckled; at his innocence, not his dorky attitude. In contrary, she felt warmth from him, picturing him as a polite gentleman with a sense of insecurity she was... all so familiar with.

Gently, she swiveled her palm around his back, where his fair-complexioned arm was kept hidden, and tugged it out slowly to avoid any hostility with her new friend.

"It's alright, I'm Violet Parr."

His shy look shed into a delighted smile. She trusted him enough to even insert her last name, something he was extremely honored of, needless to say.

She noticed her smile, and chuckled once more - this time she was laughing at his dorkiness, unintentionally, of course.

"But, you can call me Vi."

Akai Tanner was always confident around most people, but around his friends mostly. However, whenever an attractive teen popped around the corner, he reduced into the demure personality as displayed currently.

After gaining the impression that she was friendly - unlike most of the beautiful girls who had dissed him throughout the schoolground - he attempted to look at her face once again; slowly. The cute girls around him might had became different, but he was surely not readied to be confident.

When his eyes finally locked onto hers, she gave another chuckle, shutting her eyes away as she laughed.
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"So, which school do you go to?" the caring brunette inquired.

The two had found a quiet spot to sit down; a remote area at the city hall, on top of a long stack of white stairs where they were able to get a good view of the diminishing but equally alluring sunset.

"Western View Jr. High," he answered, quite surprising her with the reply which stole her smile away, "I just got there."

She kept her shock surprised, trying not to ruin the atmosphere.

"A new student?" she continued.

"Yeah, how'd you know?"

"Just my guess, really."

"Heh. Well, just a few days old, to be specific."

Another harmonious chuckle. The affable moment got the couple noticing the stinging rays of solar. They were sinking down the horizon, but because so, they were extremely bright.

"It's a beautiful sunset," he remarked casually with his hands set on top of the upper level of the steps behind him.

"Yeah, sure is."

Then, realization of the reality struck her. It was almost 7, and she had not told her mother about Mrs Hasegawa's little talk yet. She would not had minded - much - that she stay out late, especially with her growing age, save giving a curfew of certain stringency, but she must return home quick.

"Sigh, I gotta go."

Disappointment, of course, but it was a short one. He is a stubborn child, not immature. He nodded with an affirmative grin, before preparing what might possibly be his final remark to the amazing girl.

"I hope I will see young again, Ms Parr."

She smiled agreeably, appreciating his remain in a polite status - and respecting it, too.

"Call me Violet... Akai," she replied casually.

Another nod, this time a heavier one.

"Goodbye... Violet."

With that, she descended down the stairs with the sun casting a shadowy silhouette from her outline.

In actuality, both members of the adorable friendship had yet to know the terrible fate they had cast themselves into.

Their troubles... had only just began.
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Postby Al-Bob » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:12 pm

(wboon...they can defeat the other threats...its just the "ones" they can't. The plan is simple, to destroy the city use special weapons...now certain supers can defeat this weap on but a few cannot. Now the ones that can are the new generation supers who have the newest super powers. They must erase these groups before they become a threat to their plan. Wboon...what is your idea? I would like to see if we can compromise instead of bicker over the storyline...)

Flex had seen it all. The meeting, the akwardness, and the sunset. It looked safe but Flex didn't know what to expect from it. He would need more time and of cource a better lunch then what the hot dog stand offered.
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Postby WBoon » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:25 pm

(Yes, but from so many action dramas I've watched, it's always the minor details that compromised their master plans. However, logically speaking, you are right. It's just that it does not seem... cruel enough. If we want a villain, we would want him - or her - to be sinister... no, inhumane, rather. So menacing that it would appall the very perception of even the boldest ruffian.

But yes, let's work together. :) My plan includes lots of contradicting love triangles, betrayal of friends and manipulation of minds. Basically, your psychological stuff. Just wait and see, my friend; from this day on, the days of the Supers shall be clouded with immense shadows.

*insert maniacal laughter*

Heh, sorry, I don't have much to add to the story line from here; I'll wait.)
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Postby Al-Bob » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:27 pm

(we can pm ideas with TSS and MasterWeaver about what the storyline should contain)

So inhuman huh?? I'm sure we can come up with something that will help calm your hunger for Human Flesh!!! HAHAHAH!!!!
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Postby WBoon » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:37 pm

(Hah, very funny. :P

I'm just saying, I'm tired of corny villains; let's make him - or her - more realistic this time. Robbing banks and killing Supers - whom weren't very innocent to start with - just isn't what the limit humans would go to. No, the human nature is much darker than what Pixar films failed to portray, an unfortunate fact very much in existence.

Of course, I couldn't blame them, having those films as PG-13 in minimum. But, I'm just indicating that since most of us here are... somewhat mature audiences, might as well, huh? ;)

And remember, not all endings involved the line 'Happily ever after,' especially true in reality. ;-) )
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Postby Al-Bob » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:50 pm

(I heard a great sci-fi idea from Arthur about 5 months ago...

two lab. professors were working late. They had just recieved a late shipment of rare species from the country of South America. These things were weird...
Well at about 9 one of the professors decided to go home. It was raining so he looked around for his umbrella. The other professor decided to finish the job instead. He was opening the last box when the other professor claimed he had found an umbrella and was about to leave. As the professor opened the case he realized that the creature wasn't inside...all that was left was a stick-like inprint with a handle like imprint at the top. It almost looked like an umbrella design. :D
He suddenly realized to his dismay that the other professor actually held a rare specimen from South America in his hand. But as he was about to tell his
assistant the professor heard the man step out into the rain. He rushed over to warm him but it was too late. The man had already opened the umbrella but what was inside scared him to death. All along the inside of the umbrella were suckers lined with sharp teeth. There had to be twenty of them all in all. At the handle was a light green emerald eye that seemed to be starring right at the man. the Umbrella shook violently and rose straight up but then dove right onto the man's head covering him...

You can guess the rest...pretty scary huh?)
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Postby WBoon » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:58 pm

(No, but it was sure disturbing, Al-Bob. :? And I thought I was twisted. :P

What I meant was not to be 'scary,' but to be emotional, dramatic, so much so that we can make people feel, make people really anguished after reading this but, at the same time, our magic worked successfully to keep their eyes glued to the text, anticipating to discover how the story would all turn out in the end, if the characters they feel for and love with their hearts would survive the treachery our villains have to offer; very cool stuff.

Gore and blood don't make people feel; they make people squeal. :lol: Rhymed. But yeah, tear people's heart out with our story, that's what I mean - not literally, of course! :P

P.S.: You forgot the brackets.)
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Postby Al-Bob » Tue Dec 02, 2008 10:02 pm

(Good...i was hoping we weren't going to do something like that...that is rather disturbing...especially to be on kids public television.

Back to the topic-We could create a villian who wants to use the seperation of Tony and Violet as a good thing for him/her. That way he might be able to use Tony as a character in his plan.)
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