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Current Congrats to my X-Men peeps! 2 years and over a 1000 posts later and we are heading into our 5th story arc!
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RIP Stan Lee... You will forever be missed. As someone whose grown up reading Marvel comics, you've always have kind of been a part of my life. Thank you for making most of the Marvel heroes we know.
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Name: BlueSky44
Aliases: Blue
Age: 22
Birthday: October 27
Gender: Female
Occupation: Retail Worker
Languages: English
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Location: Helheim
Skills: Perception



"Whatever you say Nadia," she said with an eye roll at Nadia as she watched Nadia head up with Runa following her. Klara's eyes grew wide when Runa seemed to fall down the ladder after losing her grip. She was about to reach to see about helping her, when she seemed to climb right back up and up the ladder. Thankfully she seemed to be okay, and Klara let out a small sigh of relief afterwards, since she was up to the top of the ladder. Okay, well now it was her turn to go up the ladder, and hope that nothing horrible happens. She made sure that Betty was still clinging to her shoulders, before she went to climbing up the ladder after the other two.

She thought that she was being careful when she climbed up and poked her head up, but then she realized that she got spotted, by a freaking giant. Uh oh, this was not good, not good at all. Glancing around quickly, she spotted a hiding spot, a hole of some sort, away from the other two where she wouldn't draw the giant to them. If the monster came after her, at least it would be away from the other two. Klara dove for the hiding spot and managed to nestle down, and all she could really hope to do at this point was that the giant would have lost sight of her.


Marygold Isley


Location: Argo III
Skills: N/A


Mary rolled her eye slightly with regards to Kiera's lovebird comment with regards to Waverly and Demi, but she said nothing of it as she glanced at Demi. She was glad that the guy was still alive, even if he was someone who annoyed her to no end. "Try not to die," she commented to Demi, before following more over to where Leda and Kiera were a little ways away. Arthur seemed to be alright, for the moment anyway, as the kid had ran up to give some ambrosia, so that was a good thing. Based on him not freaking out aside from over Demi's injury made her think that odds were that Andy was alright too then.

She shrugged slightly with Kiera's comment, "Yeah, you can definitely say that again," she said to her, before looking at Leda with her own take on the Romans. "Personally, I don't know, but based on how much destruction was going on back there, I don't think it would be smart to attempt to take back that place for a while... That's just me though... Who knows, maybe the Romans will want to take back New Rome as soon as possible and after only a few weeks or something they'll go for it... We'll just have to wait and see."



Jason Gauger


Location: Argo III
Skills: N/A


Jason was more or less somewhat ignoring the mob of people who were coming into the area. There were a lot of people on board of this small ship. Like, way more then the ship was probably meant for. Now a part of him was wondering how anyone was going to be able to sleep and then maybe moving around without stepping on someone else or something like that. This was not going to be a very comfortable flight back to Camp Half-Blood. He really hoped that this ship could fly faster and get them all there faster since it would be more convenient, but he doubted it.

He wondered if his sister would be back at the camp by the time the ship returned, but he figured that was partially him hoping that Janelle was alright even without having talked to her for a while. Maybe they got a little luckier and didn't have to deal with the chaos that had happened in New Rome, but based on what he knew about where that group had been headed they likely hadn't had an easy time with their quest. At the moment he just hoped that that entire group would be fine and make it back to camp too.



Janelle Gauger

Location: Houston Space Center
Skills: N/A


Janelle didn't say anything quite yet, since Zeke and Kristin were having a slight conversation with regards to things. She wasn't too sure what they should do now, head back to camp maybe? Getting back there would be nice, and back to hopefully not getting chased around by monsters again like they were on their entire journey down to where they were now. Then again, from what she knew about things, that sort of thing was common for demigods, at least partially anyway. Janelle just wasn't too sure if she'd be able to keep up fighting more after that instance, she was a little bit tired.

With Zeke sort of teasing her slightly about flying, she turned her head slightly so that she was more or less facing him. "It was strange, flyin like dat... I 'ad no idea where I was, ahr if I 'ad mahved... Sence I mainly see usin me sense o' touch, suddenly naht bein ahn de ground made dat difficult," she said to him with a slight shrug, before paying attention to what it was that Kristin had said. "Out o' 'ere seems like a good way to start, we can figure out de rest as we go alahng," she said a bit happily, giving the two a bit of a smile.


Jack Gold


Location: ???
Skills: N/A


Now at least the info that he was getting at the moment was somewhat useful, aside from the fact that he knew that Maleficent was after them. Maybe he could get his father to explain why? Well, he lied flat out about the whole thing about not being a villain. Or at least he was pretty sure that he had lied about it. Though he wasn't sure if he wanted to say anything about that. If he said something it might end badly, so for the moment, he was going with the idea of not saying anything more or pushing the idea of him being a villain. This was going to be an interesting sort of conversation to say the least.

"What exactly does Maleficent want or hope to accomplish?" he decided to ask, trying to hold off on answering his father's offer to teach him about his own magic but have to stick by his side or something like that in exchange. Part of him had a few more questions with regards to that. Namely what would happen if he said no, and what would happen in it's entirety if he said yes, like what would the whole staying by his side thing mean? "...A few other questions with regards to everything before I answer that last offer of yours. Hypothetically if I said no what would happen? And if I said yes what does that mean? Like staying by your side what does that mean?" he ended up asking.



Rosalia Rider


Location: Camelot
Skills: N/A


"I don't exactly have much in the way of friends, because what I ended up doing for a living, people could get hurt or potentially killed if things go wrong, so sorry for not liking to work with anyone typically because of it," she snapped as she followed after the others outside of the pub. Of course aside from the few idiots who for some reason decided to sit down at the tables still in the pub. That was weird, and idiotic in her mind, since they clearly were pressed for time and had to get running to reach Merlin's tower without getting caught.

Sticking close somewhat to the others as she carried her things in her bag, putting Lucky into the main pocket so that the puppy was easier to carry. Her attention went towards Meg, and she couldn't help but feel somewhat bad for her with regards to her brother the cop. She wasn't too sure how hell bent Merlin was to actually help the guy, since it seemed like he had a lot that he had to deal with, so who knew if she would be able to get help in finding him. Rosalia knew that she wasn't on just about anyone's good side currently, but she went over and leaned to talk to her. "Hey look, I know I don't get along with a lot of people, like at all, but your brother in the real world was always one of the few people who was ever nice to me, tried to get me out of being a thief a few times too, failed but he kept trying anyway... Look if you want help in finding him and want to go off by yourself or whatever because Merlin is too busy doing other stuff since let's be honest, sounds like he has a lot to do, let me know and I'll help you out, okay?" she kept her voice down enough so that only Megan would be able to hear her.






The doors to everyone's cells then would pop open as a voice over the intercom system would start booming, "NOW YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR CELLS YOUR WAY TO THE MAIN CENTRAL AREA OR STAY WHERE YOU ARE." the voice boomed out. Seemed like it was a recreational time or something like that now, which meant they were sort of free to wander. Maybe the others could potentially find each other?

Annie's Cell
The woman rolled her eyes slightly at Annie, "I didn't ask for your name, but I'm Gamora," she said rather bluntly, when the cell doors popped open allowing them to leave if they chose to. "Tip kid, you don't look like you belong here, so I'd recommend finding a way out quick, not sure how you got here, but I need to go find a few friends of mine," she continued, before she headed out of the cell and down the hallway.




Location: Space Jail
Skills: N/A


Mary wasn't too sure what to think about what was seemingly going on, aside from the fact that they were clearly in prison. Her roommate was Guin, who as soon as she woke up and saw where they were started screaming. That was not necessarily a good thing that was for sure. And given the fact that they had no idea what part of space they were in, or where everyone else was, this was not a good thing to have happen to them at all. She wasn't sure where they were, or what to really think with regards to Guin screaming, the main thing that she needed to think about with regards to that though was getting her to stop it.

"Guin, calm down okay? We're fine, we're not hurt or injured or whatever, we are fine. Just take some deep breaths and try and remain calm okay." Her head was pounding, and at the moment there was the little voice in the back of her that was screaming at her too. With two voices more or less yelling at her, that was making things a living hell for her. Thankfully though, Guin stopped screaming, and she wasn't sure if that was because she was talking to Pietro or what happened, but she was really grateful that she stopped. It just meant now she only had to deal with one voice screaming at her.

Thank god she shut up, otherwise I was going to suggest we poison her and kill her. Cause that would make our lives a hell of a lot easier.

Shut the hell up.

"Are you okay now Guin? Just take a few more deep breaths and relax..." she said calmly, still ignoring the yelling in her brain. The doors to the cell suddenly opened up, and she heard the voice over the intercom system or whatever it was telling them to head out into the central area. "Do you need another few minutes Guin or do you want to stay in here for a little while longer..." she asked her friend softly.




Location: Space Jail
Skills: N/A


Lance's head was pounding from the smoke that had knocked them all out, but he jolted upright somewhat and glanced around seeing where they were. "Well this is an interesting place to be stuck in..." he muttered as he glanced around the cell, before seeing that Ed was there, and had asked him a question. "I'm alright, just headache from whatever they used to knock us out," he said in response with a slight shrug before he stood up from where he was, and seemed to be more or less somewhat examining the cell that they were in to see what they might be able to do to get out, when the voice boomed overhead and the door popped open.

"Well no use sticking around here I guess," he said, before causing a ball of light to appear briefly in his hands, making sure that there wasn't anything blocking their powers at all, before the light disappeared. "Since our powers seem to work, think you might be able to track where the others are maybe? Since otherwise who knows how many other people are in this place, could take a while to track everyone down... We also don't know how big this place really is either..."




Location: Barton Homestead
Skills: Jack of All Trades (Engineering), Electrical Engineering


Alex nodded his head slightly when Agent Chase came up with her idea of what they could do. It definitely could work, sneaking back into the White House sounded like a whole lot of fun to him. "Security there is pretty standard for what you might imagine, security cameras everywhere, every single guard in the place is armed. There are a few anti-mutant sensors at the entrances, but only at the entrances. They insisted on keeping the sensors but I made them put them at the entrances only since otherwise Alcie would be setting off the sensors constantly if they were everywhere within the building. So once you get past those then you are free for the most part, not having to worry about any sort of scanners elsewhere..."

His mind wandered away from their current situation and towards his little girl. Alex was seriously hoping that Alcie was okay and that she wasn't hurt or anything. If anything happened to her while he was stuck away from the White House, he wouldn't really be able to forgive himself for it. Snapping away from those thoughts, he jumped back to the current situation with regards to the security still, "At the entrances, there is also a security checkpoint. If we are going in pretending to be members of the Secret Service then likely we'll have to pass through it at some point. Meaning that likely would be a little more concerning then the sensors themselves."

She was just standing back, listening to all of the ideas that were being thrown around with regards to getting themselves into the White House. Her mind started thinking about what they were saying about the sensors. In her mind, Oliver's idea was somewhat dumb, yes, software wouldn't really leave a trace, however you'd either have to get into the building and upload it directly, or infect the system specifically by have someone else open up an email infected with the virus or something like that. "I have a different solution to that problem that doesn't involve that sort of thing... Mr. President, any ideas of how long we have until they leave for the summit?" she said, looking over towards Alex with the last part of her sentence.

"Let's skip the formalities and you can just call me Alex... Anyway not for another 6 days or so."

"That gives me plenty of time then," she muttered, before looking back at Oliver. "The virus is alright, but they'd notice the sensors were down and likely would result in heightened security, since I doubt they'd ignore that system going down or being messed with. However I could build a small device for everyone, like a watch or something that could just let off a small pulse when within range that would cause the sensors not to go down or anything. Small enough to not draw attention, but something that could confuse them into thinking those of us who are mutants are instead humans. It would take me a day or so in order to do that, but it does sound like we'd have the time for that. Might be able to fix Cass' sight problem there with a robotic eye while we're at it. If you all want to go that route."





Location: Skrull Ship
Skills: N/A

All of the Skrulls were down now thankfully, which meant that they didn't have to worry about any of them for a little while, until the Skrulls that were likely elsewhere on the ship decided to come investigate why their pals on the bridge weren't responding. He was glad to hear that they were only a few days away from reaching Earth now. Made him wonder if the other Skrull ships would notice this one heading towards Earth and not staying put. Then again that was a problem for another time. Right now they just needed to worry about getting back to Earth and not so much everything else that could happen in the span of 4 days, who knew what was going on back home.

"We should probably stay on alert, there are probably more Skrulls here, and if this place is too quiet then the other ones might get curious and head our way," he said with a slight nod of his head, before much like Maria, he headed out of the immediate bridge area. It was partially to check on the princess, but also partially to keep an eye out for anymore of the Skrulls. "Are you alright Princess?" Flynn asked her gently, not sure what sort of reaction he was going to expect. He and Maria at least when she yelled about needing to not kill them had switched to non-lethal combat. The others were another story.



Location: Mutant Underground
Skills: N/A



Sapphire didn't really fight when Havok more or less seemed to drag her out of the area that they had been trapped in and more or less back to the main area of the Underground. Her mind was still wandering around and round in circles, so there wasn't much else she could really say with regards to the entire situation. Of course if she did choose to say anything at all it might not sound right or come out weird or something like that. Then again, she personally didn't think that she was loopy or anything at all despite what everyone else seemed to think.

"Nooooooope, I am perfectly fine. I don't have any screws loose!" she protested to Havok with regards to his comment. Of course, in the back of her brain she knew that was a lie, and she really didn't even know why she ended up acting like this really, but who cared? In the long run to her at the moment it seemed waaaaaaaaaay more fun to see things through the lens of insanity or something. Made dealing with the rest of the world a whole lot easier that was for sure. "Besides, popsicle first anyway then maaaaaaybe. Oh and she's goooooone, Glimpse left, good riddance if you ask me."




Location: the Mutant Underground
Skills: N/A


Any sort of concern or misgivings that he had about his brother being okay went straight out the window based on his comments. Yeah, he was fine, that much was obvious, but his attention was partially diverted to the human popsicle he had brought back through. He really hoped that she wasn't dead or something like that, since that would just make this entire situation somewhat worse anyway. If someone ended up dead that is. Sapphire was acting really weird, like she was high on something, but he figured that there probably was a reason.

He went through a count of everyone after Callie asked about Glimpse, just now noticing that she wasn't with the group at all or something. Okay, well that's a bit concerning, since he had this thought of her being trapped underneath a large pile of rubble needing help. Sapphire said something, that she had left or whatever, but he wasn't too sure if he wanted to immediately believe the somewhat loopy person who also really hated Glimpse in the first place. Jack was wondering what had happened, and waited for the group to give some sort of response with regards to it.

Zari shrugged slightly when Sunshine asked about where it was that she was from again. "Not from the US that's for sure, your history here is mostly foreign to me, I just know the basics on a few things." She was being purposefully vague with regards to answering the question. She wasn't lying at all, every word in that sentence was true, she just didn't mention that she was from a different reality where the United States didn't even really exist anymore. Currently she was just thinking about what to do about the bomb.

"Sorry, just I've never tried to disarm a bomb at all, that sort of thing is foreign, but I'd happily try... If people want me to... Since it's something I've never done before well... It could end poorly and the thing goes kaboom anyway, so we'd need to make sure that if I do attempt it that the entire area is clear of people, so no one will be in any immediate danger should it blow up... I don't want anyone else getting hurt or sick either," she said, before glancing towards the direction that she heard voices indicating the others were back, "Do you want to head off to go see everyone else and we can tell them where the bomb is... Then they can figure out a plan for what to do."



Location: Helheim
Skills: N/A



"Just because I'm a whole lot older then you," Klara muttered with a bit of an eye roll when Nadia seemed surprised that she'd never heard of it. She knew of zombies and the undead, but she knew absolutely nothing really about TV shows or movies unless she really learns about it from more modern people at the hotel. Truthfully any references that Nadia and Runa made were likely going to go over her head unless they were older ones, then she might recognize them only if they were explained to her by someone else. Other then that she didn't really know too much.

She followed along carefully after Nadia, when Nadia looked down for a moment and seemingly lost her balance. Uh oh, that wasn't good, and Klara was about to grab her when Runa steadied her instead. "That was a close one, we need to be more careful, we don't know what'll happen if we fall. And personally, I don't really want to find out... Are you okay though?" she said towards her, the last part of what she said more or less repeating what Runa had asked her about being okay.


Marygold Isley


Location: Argo III
Skills: N/A


"All the time Leda, literally all the time," Mary said to her friend with a bit of a laugh, trying to lighten the mood ever so slightly given that currently all hell was still breaking loose. They were at the Argo though, along with a whole lot of other people which was a good thing. Since they had to evacuate as many people as possible with their current scenario. The more people they could get on the ship the better. There was just so much commotion going on, she wasn't sure what to really think as she climbed up when she got the chance via the ladder and up onto the upper deck.

She followed after Kiera a little bit to see what all was going on really. That's when she saw Demetri, looking like he lost an eyeball for some strange reason. "You managed to lose an eye in all of this chaos? Just wow," she said towards him, a bit sarcastically. In truth she was sort of glad that was the worst injury he had and he wasn't on death's door or something like that. After addressing him, she went to the nearest person who was seriously injured and started helping them along towards the infirmary. This was bad, but the more that she thought about it, the more she realized that they had gotten pretty lucky.



Jason Gauger


Location: Argo III
Skills: First Aid


Things were getting worse as more and more people started getting on board of the ship. He wasn't too sure how many more could fit on board, but he really hoped that they didn't hit the full capacity and maybe even go over with it. Jason glanced over towards the group by Demetri, seeing he'd gotten somewhat injured but thinking nothing of it as he went along with the group of people who had lesser injuries towards the cargo bay. He did have some knowledge of first aid, and he figured that he would probably be more of a hinderance for those treating the serious injuries if he went to the infirmary to try and help there.

Of course, people were barking orders all over the place, so he wasn't too sure if people even knew who was really in charge or whatever at this moment, and he partially wondered if that would cause some problems later. It didn't matter though, not now, as he went and grabbed a few things that he knew could be helpful for patching up the minor injuries and went to work, starting to help a few of the lesser injuries. The thought did cross his mind wondering what was going on with his sister and that group. Hopefully they were doing alright, and maybe were having an easier time then they were at the moment.



Janelle Gauger

Location: Houston Space Center
Skills: N/A


"It is understandable, naht necessarily 'im livin oehnder a rahck..." Janelle commented towards Kristin, "If me brahther dedn't tell me abooeht stahrm troopers bein 'ahrreble shahts I likely wouldn't know either, sence I can ahnly 'ear de shahts bein fired ahff, naht actually see whether dey 'it ahr naht." It was the truth, she didn't care too much for movies because she couldn't see what fully was going on unless someone was sitting right next to her telling her what was going on at all times, which meant that the other person might not be able to enjoy the movie entirely either.

Her attention shifted towards Echidna now though, or at least her words as she spoke, and she turned her head in that direction now. The monster was going on about how they couldn't kill her yet, since she had info that they might want. Personally, Janelle wasn't sure if they could afford to keep her alive or dead, it definitely was a bit of a conundrum. The decision on what to do was already made though, as she heard Zeke say something before she heard the monster seemingly die, meaning that Zeke likely had hit his target before they were stuck with the remaining monsters, who Zeke was only really threatening at the moment. She was prepared to attack the remaining monsters if they didn't leave or give up or something like that.


Jack Gold


Location: ???
Skills: N/A


Jack really wasn't sure if he wanted to sit down anywhere near his father, especially considering the fact that he was currently the only other person in the area. It was literally only just the two of them, and he was not liking the odds that he'd be getting out of here any time soon despite his father's reassurances that he wasn't in any danger. Right now he was just trying to think of some way out of this situation, anything that could help him, but he wasn't seeing anything. Nothing, he really was just sort of alone with the entire situation, so now he had to try and make the best of the entire situation.

Hesitantly, he took a seat on the couch, and looked over at his father when he asked him what Merlin had said about him. "That you're kind of a villain," he said rather bluntly, not too sure what else to say. Questions wise he didn't really have any, well, at least much of any. What sort of questions should he even ask? For a long time now, any memories he had had of his life in this world had been pushed away and thought of as dreams. "...Questions wise I don't really have any at the moment."



Rosalia Rider


Location: Camelot - Pub
Skills: N/A


"Uh no, it's called a survival sense, ever heard of it? It's when you can see someone whose probably somewhat a big deal enter the area and you purposefully don't do anything reckless unless they specifically start attacking you. It's called also assessing your opponents strength, since if you go charging in you could end up knocked down like you all just were since you didn't stop and think about what could happen or anything. From what I just saw you are probably lucky the guy didn't kill us all because you fought back like that, based also on info we've been told about him. But oh no, me stepping in totally could have changed how everything was handled. Look, based on what I've been told about that guy so far, nothing would have really stopped him, at least not easily. We just got into this world not too long ago, would we have really been able to do much?"

Yeah, she was annoyed with people getting mad with her for not doing anything. Just because she wasn't stupid enough to immediately attack an opponent or whatever. "I also don't have to take any crap from you," she added before she headed upstairs really quick to grab what few possessions she really had. Even before some guy had attacked her at her apartment when all of this chaos was starting, she hadn't owned very much. Stealing only got you so far, so she grabbed her bag and headed back downstairs, going over and scooping her puppy up into her arms and holding onto Lucky for the moment, just waiting for everyone to get going to the tower. Just what she wanted though, to be stuck in close proximity to Colby more.




Location: Barton Homestead
Skills: N/A


Sparky just stuck for the most part with Raynor, not too sure what she could say or add to the conversations that were seemingly happening around the table near her. This situation was definitely an interesting one, that was for sure, but now that Fury was here, maybe they could get some straight answers as to what the hell was going on. Aside from the obvious thing being that there was an alien invasion and no one seemingly seemed to have a plan for what to do. Yeah, a plan would be a good thing, that was for certain, but she wasn't sure if anyone would be able to come up with one.

Alex was just leaning up against the wall, finding the scene in front of him with all of the superheroes around the table more then a little bit amusing. The conversations around the table were amusing to say the least, and the one girl Amelia seemed to be fangirling a bit over some of the others. That was certainly amusing, at least to add on to the other bits of amusement he was getting from watching the group. Now he was just waiting for someone to really give a full explanation of things, and seemed like Fury was sending that sort of thing over towards Oliver.

Listening, Sparky just paid attention to the words that Oliver was saying, since he seemed to have a fair bit of knowledge on the entire situation. Of course it would have been nice to know this earlier and not just immediately right now, but she couldn't judge him on that one. Maybe he thought he couldn't trust anyone? Of course that also just bugged her even more, but she didn't voice her concerns out loud. "World leaders at the summit and we can't strike until the day of and can't beat them back too badly otherwise other aliens are going to be bugging us, great, good to know."

This was getting interesting, at least it seemed that way in his mind, considering that apparently some people knew about the whole Skrull thing a while ago, and now they were deciding to share that information. Maybe this could have been avoided if a few people had maybe decided to share that information with everyone else. Though the UN summit was something to be concerned about, given that just about everyone somewhat important in the world seemingly was going to be there, not to mention probably the Skrull who had switched places with him too. Alex was staying quiet though for the most part, just listening and not giving any sort of suggestions on what to do for the moment.





Location: Skrull Ship
Skills: Jack of All Trades (Unarmed Combat)

They were almost done with the Skrulls that were attacking them, that was a good thing at least. Then they could move on, and hopefully Stark wasn't going to die from his arc reactor going kaput. Anyway, now was the time to deal with the rest of the Skrulls as the Human Torch decided to get himself knocked out like an idiot. It didn't matter though, there were only 7 skrulls left, and Maria managed to knock out 3 more of them. Of course not without some difficulty that made him partially want to laugh a bit at her given the fact that she got knocked down by the Skrull.

He quickly went towards the 4 remaining aliens, and started whirling around, still sticking with the nonlethal method so to not piss off the princess or anything like that. It didn't take him much to take out three of the skrulls, before he turned his attention towards the last one and charged right at him. He managed to knock the last one down and out, leaving just the rest of them conscious. "Okay, so they are all knocked out now... Now what? Anyone have any bright ideas on how to fly this ship? Or even what direction to fly this thing in? Since we aren't even positive where we are, so again, what now?"
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