After Acion's introduction were a few more. One of whom was the girl he had carried halfway to the nurse office. She had some sort of electrical-related quirk, which she mentioned was incredibly short-ranged. Good information actually, for the winged boy had a few ideas of what it could do, and potentially knew how to counter it in combat exercises. But she did not mention how she would use it practically outside of fighting villains, along with a few more. Nevertheless, their quirk were also interesting. Haruka was capable of making robotic suits and deal with techno stuff while the pretty girl with sheep feature, Maeda Hitomi, who was from support class, was...sheep-like. Entirely according to her words.
After the intro, White Hat continued on with his lecture by showing pictures of a disaster area using the projector, and distributed the handouts, telling the students to write down what they would do in this situation to help the citizens.
Acion's first impression on the handout was that it was very practical, and real. Although it did not cover the whole detail of the disaster, for example which disaster was it, but the incidents and circumstances were like the real thing. However, incidents like citizens trapped under rubble, and the train tunnel, he couldn't really help them. First of all, he wasn't that all strong to lift rocks and debris. Going underground was also out of the question, as despite how neat he could wrap his wings around him, it would still take a considerable amount of spaces. And in a place that could potentially collapse at ANY moment, it's best not to touch anything, even accidentally.
Taking out a blank piece of paper from his bag, he noted it down.
Thinking back to the practicality of his wings, he did say that he could transport things, as long as they are not too heavy, such as people. Then he could very much carry supplies from other cities to the shelter, or maybe transport water supplies to help the water trucks. That could be very useful, though it was to be expected. Still, it was something he could do.
He noted it down.
But how about rescuing others? He definitely couldn't dig, as he had noted in the sheet of paper. Taking out the looters was also unnecessary. Sure, they were committing bad deeds, but should he spend half to three quarters of an hour to deal with those garbage? In that minutes, dozens, maybe hundreds, could have died. Which mattered more, lives or objects, everybody should know.
Then an idea came into mind. White Hat did mention the damaged buildings. Assuming that there were still people inside, he could carry them out. By simply going to the rooftop, or any possible windows that led to the outside, then he could fly over to carry them down. But then he would have to establish contact with those inside the building. Still, a good approach.
He noted it down as well.
Is there anything else he could do? Help find lost friends and family. Maybe, but not his priority. Help other heroes. Also maybe. White Hat did say assume everyone was in the same scenario, same world, so interaction was possible. Still thinking about transportation, he could possibly carry Donny to debris sites so that he could eat them, clearing the rubbles, though carrying him would be damn hard. He could also carry others if needed, though he could not really think of anything else than transportation.
'Alright, that seems to be a lot I've noted'
He had prewritten most of it. Now to place it into the handout, in a logical order.
The first priority would be saving lives. In this scenario, I would try to save those inside the damaged buildings, assuming if there were any inside. Establish contact with the stranded, inform them to come to any open spaces like windows or roof, so that I can pick them up more easily. For those trapped under rubbles or from the underground tunnel, I unfortunately cannot help, but I can quickly carry someone there to help. For example Donny, who is capable of eating the debris.
Then comes supports. I can carry supplies and water from other cities to the shelter, or anywhere else. Or possibly be on the lookout for lost people, or any signs of an after-effect of the disaster.
After writing it all down, he placed the handout where the teacher could collect them. It was much shorter than the note, as he had left out a few details like the looters. It wasn't necessary to mention it.