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Niah Bautista





Location: Pym's Lab
Skills: N/A



Once Raynor was handed over to Bonnie her mind started racing. There had to be a way to de-power Ultron. She looked around, hoping to see a convenient power plug or big red button that said off. When that came up dry she noticed that the power source seemed to be an arc reactor. Of course, it was. Stark tech at its best.

"We need to remove its power source, the arc reactor, but I can't access it. Someone with a real power or an actual gun?" She felt so useless. Her powers were not for combat and the only weapon she had was the ICER, which would be as good as useless right now. Why the hell had this things power source been put in such an inaccessible place? And no kill switch.


Andy


Location:The Big House





Andy was slightly relieved to know it wasn't some random personal vendetta against her. She picked up the wine glass of coke and followed Chiron over to the group of kids and actual for real flying horses. Andy didn't know what they were called but there were horses with wings. She stared. Andy found herself half hiding behind Chiron glancing over the group.

When skeletons literally appeared out of the ground she yelped and spilled most of the soda. Okay, flying horses and skeletons. Sure why not. It wasn't like she hadn't controlled electricity before, shocking numerous foster siblings and bullies before running away. So why not. She took a couple of deep breaths, drank the rest of the coke, and took a tenuous step forward to join the group. If she could just blend in that would be perfect.



Niah Bautista





Location: Red Guard Mobile Unit - Sydney, Australia
Skills: N/A


Niah kept the sigh of relief inside as she was freed from the earth that Novikova had encased her feet in. What was Novikova thinking? She put her hand on her shoulder. "That was quite a ploy, but Abercrombie has them under her control now. Would have been good to know they were going to be here when they were." She let her hand drop back to her side and shook her head slightly. "This definitely could have gone way smoother if she had been allowed to come in the first place. Even as an Inhuman her power is invaluable." She hated how saying that made her feel. Abercrombie was invaluable, and Niah knew that if the world were a bit kinder to Inhumans or if Abercrombie were a mutant she wouldn't have any of the issues that currently held her back.

"Let's get them on the ship though. That way Dr. Banner has to come to us." She said this quiet enough that the conversation Kingston and Banner were having wouldn't be disturbed. She grabbed Lance and started to lead him out of the house and to the ship. "Get the girl." She said to Maria, her shoulders tense. At least the kid wasn't even trying to fight her.



Niah Bautista





Location: Pym's Lab
Skills: N/A



It was working. But none of the people in the Quantum realm should have been 17. Niah was confused and the girl who was pulled out wasn't anyone they knew. Niah didn't know how to answer her question though. What universe was this? She frowned uncertainly, but then Sparky was pulled out and a huge weight was lifted. Then Raynor, he looked like he was on death's doorstep. She moved forward to help whoever else would get him to Bonnie. Could Bonnie even help him since he wasn't human? How much did she know about Asgardian health? Last Janet was removed from the Quantum realm. They were all there and Niah wasn't somehow in 1984. That was a relief.

The machine then said it was Initiating secondary protocol. Her heart skipped a beat, what did that mean? "Doctor... what does it mean by that?" What could its secondary protocol possibly mean? She looked to Tinley worry crossing her face. Was this it? Was this what was going to send her into the past?
Sumi jumped off the ledge onto the tower top with the others. She stared at the blazing number and then around at the group. She looked to Kade her eyes wide. He had already figured it out. The pair of them let out a sigh and looked at the group again. Hannah was staring off, only having glanced over when Christopher had pointed out the number. Kade crossed his arms and nodded at Sumi as if to tell her she was the one to talk since it was her quest.

"So..." She started drawing it out. "Someone has to stay." Christopher's eyes widened realizing they would be losing one of their numbers. They had seven people and the golden number was six.

"It is the payment," Kade said. "Payment for us crossing through this land to get to the Index Line. It can't be Sumi, she has a destiny in her world." Sumi looked like she was going to argue but Kade held up his hand cutting her off. "If you have a chance of going home I suggest it not be you. If your door will open for you again someday then being here will cut you off from it, which is why it should be me."

"No," Hannah spoke up cutting him off. "I can't go home, and my parents don't want me. There is no hope for me to return to the Wilds. I know you can't go home either Kade, but you're needed at the school. You took over for Lundy, and you'll eventually take over for Eleanor." She looked at the others. "Your doors are all waiting for you to find your way home, and this is as close as I'll ever get again. Heck, I even already have someone I can be friends with. I'll find Wash again." Sumi dashed forward and pulled Hannah into a hug so tightly the two almost tumbled backward onto the thick cut stone.

"I could stay." She whispered.

"No you can't, you have a daughter to have, a husband to marry and a kingdom to save." Hannah hugged her friend back tightly. "You guys should go, before the weather shifts again."

Sumi nodded and climbed back on the ledge in front of the burning number six. She simply stepped forward and was gone. The number was now five.



Niah Bautista





Location: Pym's Lab
Skills: N/A



Niah had slept as much as she could on the jet, but her brain was still rolling over what was about to happen. She now stood in Pym's lab with a coffee begging for its warmth to fill her with wakefulness. She hadn't even been able to go for a run, which was her favorite way to wake up.

The technology available in Pym's lab was daunting. She was fascinated with it all. Despite being more of a fan of the hard sciences she couldn't help but find the tools before her amazing. Niah was thankful Tempest asked for clarification on what was happening since he seemed to think Barton wouldn't get it. She certainly wanted to know more, especially about the 1984 part.

Then Novikova was screaming. She was thankful that her enhanced hearing required activation. Niah put her free hand on Maria's shoulder trying to comfort her running partner. She watched as the robot arm entered the portal and prayed things would work out. Her mind was racing, and she took a deep drink from her coffee. Today was going to be a long day.



Niah Bautista





Location: Red Guard Mobile Unit - Sydney, Australia
Skills: Blindsense (Passive)



Niah froze as the earth wrapped around her feet. What was Novikova doing? She stared at her stunned as she spoke to Banner. "Novikova?" Her eyes darted to Sapphire. What would she do to Novikova for betraying them? Not to mention Mystique and even the King if it got to him it had happened. It wasn't a far leap for her thought process to decide which side of the fight she would land. It would be bad...very bad, but if Novikova was serious about this betrayal Niah would find a way to help her even if subtly.

Her eyes widened as she sensed more feet and people beyond the door. There were too many to be Banner returned unless he had brought home a bunch of friends too. Niah doubted it, it had to be the rest of the team. Kingston had gotten them and snuck in through the back, as she expected but now with Novikova doing this, it could be problematic. "Don't do this. The others will stop you. You can't hold us all." She said tilting her head slightly towards the house. She prayed that Novikova got the hint, but that was all she could do.


Andy


Location:The Big House





Andy took the coke from Dionysus, she sniffed at it a little confused for a moment. Knowing it had been wine originally, and that Dionysus seemed to not like her for some unknown reason. She took a careful sip. It had been a long time since she had had a cold (and not flat) soda, she didn't take another sip. Andy listened and nodded as Chiron explained about the gods a bit. There were potentially twenty-one parents, and she had no idea which she would want as a parent.

It hit her like a ton of bricks. She was going to have a real parent. Someone who was actually related to her. Someone who had left her to fend for herself for years. Her stomach twisted on the coke and growled loudly. She put her hand over it and apologized. Chiron was watching the chariots land. There was a large group of kids in them, even at this distance Andy could tell there looked like a couple of kids near her age. She couldn't be certain though.

Her heart started pounding. If she stayed here she could have friends. That made her nervous. She didn't know how to go about making friends, and if Andy was honest with herself she couldn't trust anyone here. Not yet. Too often she had gotten her hopes up that she had found a safe place and things had turned bad, because of that Andy was ready to run if need be. She was already making plans in the back of her mind.
Sumi didn't want to tell him that they hopefully wouldn't be back, but she was thankful at least Alexander had caught himself before drinking the offered water. Kade let them all climb and was the last up the ladder.

At the top they found themselves on exactly what they would have expected. It was a flat tower top with crenellation. It felt oddly familiar to each of them in their own way, but they could not have explained in words what it was that made that tower top so familiar. Perhaps a dream.

Sumi hopped up on top of the crenellation and paced around the edge of it. She walked carefully looking up and down. Her hands seemed to be questing for something as if she were in a dark unknown room.

Christopher was the first to see it, Hannah, however, seemed distracted with something else entirely. The air around Sumi's fingers started to burn golden. The heat from what could only be considered the noonday sun that had baked them all dry as they had climbed the tower seemed to be saturated with that gold. The air they breathed in turned to ice and a number was clear.

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Niah Bautista





Location: The Playground -> The Jet
Skills: N/A



Niah followed after Barton to the Jet. She had an idea, it was a crazy one. She had no evidence for it though and she hoped Novikova would correct her if she was wrong. "I'll be honest I don't understand time travel. My knowledge of science tends to be less theoretical and more the harder sciences, but it has been used before. Agent Reed's sister used it. I think time doesn't work in the Quantum Realm the same as it does for us. It's been weeks for us, but potentially only hours or maybe days for our agents." She paused and looked to Novikova, "Correct me if I'm wrong, please."

Returning to talking to Barton she said. "I don't know how or why I end up in 1984, but I do. For whatever reason, and I send this to be delivered by a cat just in time to send me on this mission." She looks at Goose as he meows at Bonnie. The undeniable intellect of the cat was blatantly obvious now that she was looking for it.
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