Alien Kidnapped!

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Alien Kidnapped!

Caesar Drake
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22 Jan 2017, 23:20 #1

Arrival On Board

You may have been snug asleep and dreaming in your bed or just getting up to go to the bathroom. There were sudden explosions around the Academy when the roof was ripped off the building you were sleeping in and a bright light suddenly shown down on you. What had been warmth was replaced by the bitter cold outside and then replaced by a warm metal floor.

Standing around you were large red scaly skinned humanoids with large horns protruding from the front of their forehead. They spoke in a language you did not understand. Through one of the windows, you could see that you were on board a ship and it was passing by the moon, leaving Earth behind it.

One of your fellow students attempted to set them on fire but they laughed. One of the aliens grabbed her by the head and slammed it into the floor knocking her out. She was then picked up and tossed through a pair of doors. Moments later, she could be seen floating past the ship's window. Dr. Walker, one of the medical staff at the Academy, was grabbed next before being beaten to a bloody pulp on the floor with the alien's fist. When she started to heal, the aliens shook their heads and she was tossed into the same doorway before appearing outside the ship.
Two more Students, one boy and one girl, were both sent through the same doorway.

As the aliens started looking at the remaining Students, a voice spoke among them and stepped forward. He spoke with a deep throated growl. "You are our guests! The Crusaders thought they had beaten us but now we have you and you will be sacrificed once we return home. Until then, no more of you will be visiting the cold outside." He gestured to the airlock and the coldness of space. The room slowly became more illuminated.

It was now the Students really got the chance to see the room. The metal floor of the cargo area they were in was slightly warm instead of cold to the touch. There were some boxes in one corner between the only exit and the Students were the leader and three other aliens. It was a little harder to move. The gravity seemed slightly heavier than on Earth.



(OOC: what would you like to try and do? This is just like any other Narration at this point.)
"In game terms, reality is broken." - Patrick Kapera, Crafty Games, creator of Spycraft, FantasyCraft and the MasterCraft game system

War is changing. Killing, however, is constant.
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Gwen Stark
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23 Jan 2017, 04:54 #2

She had been in her room as usual, staying up late and playing an old puzzle game on her handheld and certainly not falling asleep as she should have been. The blanket wrapped around her slender frame, Gwen was grateful that she had the room to herself to be somewhat loud and excited when something good happened. "Oh yeah! That's the ticket! Keep going..." Her fingers flew across the controls as the speed increased slightly, dropping the different puzzle pieces faster and faster, and the score just kept shooting up with each four-line combo she made.

But that all changed when explosions could be heard from far away...then close by...then all of a sudden, the roof got torn away, exposing the young brunette to the chilly night air, and a rather bright light shining down on her...

...only to end up on some metallic craft, and...wait, was that the freaking moon outside the window?!

I'm dreaming...maybe I somehow upped my powers and I'm dreaming part of a game... She thought to herself, only to hear more chaos behind her. Turning around, one of the students immediately got knocked out for trying to attack some large red horned being before they were chucked outside into the void of space. Moments later, one of the doctors was thrown out after being nearly beaten to a pulp. Two more students went next, and each passing moment caused the well of fear to grow inside her chest...followed by anger.

Balling her hands into fists before realizing she still had her fully-charged handheld system with her, Gwen quickly turned the volume down when one of these red aliens stepped forward, stating that they were 'guests', only to become sacrifices upon returning to the aliens' homeworld. WHAT?! No way, This can't be happening! I'm dreaming...come on, Gwen! Wake up! The brunette thought to herself, sliding the device into her pocket after turning the system off. Okay, okay okay...think! What can I do to save us? I just hope it takes a LONG time to get back there..or maybe... if they could somehow reverse their fortune, they could make it back...if any one of them knew how to pilot a freaking alien craft, that is.

For now, there was still the manner of their wellbeing and lives on the line to take care of. And as much as Gwen didn't want to be the center of attention (because she was...well, a gaming geek), she figured she would get their attention, stall them somehow. Get info, then work on a plan with the others. Taking a deep breath, she took a few steps of her own - more difficult with the slightly heavier gravity - toward them and called out, "Hey!" Okay, now what? Gah! Stall, get info...barter...something! "Um...there is no need to sacrifice us meager kids, especially when we're no threat to you. You guys clearly demonstrated that. If you kill us, what's the point of showing your might? 'Big bad alien kills group of near-defenseless kids'...not so great of a headline, especially from what you just said, the Crusaders beat you before. Not a good method for payback. So if we're to be your, um, 'guests' here, why not just keep us alive? As...I don't know, servants or something? I mean, we're clearly beneath you and all..." With that, she spared a glance to the other students as if to say 'Trust me? Please?' Looking back at their captors, Gwen allowed the strong gravity to take its toll, wincing as she fell to her knees. "Allow me to pledge loyalty...just spare everyone else. Please. We're no good to you dead."
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23 Jan 2017, 07:40 #3

Gary was sleeping. He'd been busy getting acquainted again with the academy. He had gone to bed early, wanting to get an early start in the morning with exercises. He'd thought it was a great idea.

Waking up to your roof being ripped off is considered one of the more unusual ways of waking up. It was definitely foreign to Gary. For a second, he was afraid that he'd somehow caused a detonation while sleeping. His panic was actually momentarily relieved, as he saw a bright light bearing down. At least it wasn't his fault.

That relief quickly disappeared as he felt his mind trying to comprehend that he was in a new place suddenly. It quickly turned to sheer shock and appall as he watched one of the girls here try to fight back. Seeing the aliens slam her into the floor, seemingly without effort. She was then thrown into... was that space? Gary tried to lift his head higher, only to feel it take more effort than he was used to. He stared openly at the airlock and the window, watching the girl float past. He couldn't form a coherent thought about it.

He was promptly distracted from trying to comprehend his situation as he realized they were brutally killing one of the doc's. Blood promptly flew from the doctors head, splashing onto the floor, starkly contrasting the metal color. Gary watched as the body was flung through the airlock, and into space, moving past the window. Gary couldn't even process as he watched two more bodies follow suit, though without the brutal beating. He just laid on the floor, giving up against the gravity for a second, staring at the ceiling.

The welcoming speech was pretty ambiguous. It started them off as guests, then hostages, and then future sacrifices. Apparently being a future sacrifice did afford them some protection from being thrown into space again.

He rolled himself up into a sitting position and started to take in the room, just to be distracted as a girl promptly made herself spokesperson of the kidnapped group.

Servants?

He was not happy about this. But... Gremlin could be useful. But that would only work if he was alive. As he looked around for anything that Gremlin can fit in, or use. He eyed some cargo containers in the room. He wondered if Gremlin would be able to blow them up, or if they could use something in there.

For now though, he wanted to support this girl. As long as they lived, they could still do something. He crawled forward toward the rest of the kids, trying to pull them in closer together into a group behind the girl. The last thing that would probably work is trying to fight. Gary wanted to, but he knew it could only go very wrong.
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Maya Ramirez
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25 Jan 2017, 00:29 #4

Maya had been doing her normal nightly skulking around the halls that she normally did when she could not sleep. So she was wide awake as the roof rip open it triggered a vague memory form her childhood of a plane crash she was in and strangely enough that memory alone filled her with more terror and fear than what was actually happening to her in the moment. So she was mostly in stunned silence as she watched one by one her class mates being air locked, so tonight was a bit of a stressful night for Maya,


However she eventually realized what was going on, and where they were. They had been captured, something she was familiar with, and they were in a cage, metaphorically speaking. Maya hated cages, even if they were metaphorical ones. That anger and hatred was a focusing lens of all of Maya’s awareness, her being scared wasn’t as important now, getting out of here was. So while everyone else was mincing and mewling and cowering Maya sat there, in her human form, ignoring them all, and eyeing the room from her spot, looking for something, anything, a way out of the room, something that can be made into an improvised weapon or tool they could use to escape. She was going to survive, surviving is what she does.
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26 Jan 2017, 09:05 #5

It was a quiet night for Annabelle Byers. She had gotten to bed at a reasonable time for once and sleep had come easily. It was a shame that things couldn't stay that way. Waking with a start as the roof was ripped off of the dormitory the Canadian glanced around in panic for a moment as a bright light descended. This was not good.

Groggily the blonde looked around herself as the light faded, noting the warm metal floor below her. Then her eyes widened slightly as she saw the earth and moon outside the window, not to mention the red skinned... things in front of her and her fellow students. Then the situation got worse as one of her classmates went on the offensive only to be beaten down and thrown out into the cold vacuum outside the ship, followed by Doctor Walker and some other students, her horror and anger at these actions causing her powers to activate, flames bursting into life around her hands, resulting in an understandable panic. "Dammit, dammit, dammit..." She whispered, trying to reign her powers in before she got caught. A further surprise came as of all people Gwen Stark was the first among them to address their captors, though Anna couldn't help rolling her eyes as Gwen was as submissive as always, though perhaps that was the best way to work right now. Hoping that the beings before them would buy into Gwen's gambit Spitfire quickly began trying to think of a way to get them all out of this - alive and in one piece if possible. One thing was for certain however- these assholes would absolutely not be getting away with it.
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Elisa Bernhard
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27 Jan 2017, 15:51 #6

It was a crashing sound that woke her up. Elisa was usually a heavy sleeper, but this was too loud to keep her in the land of dreams. Or was she still dreaming? It was all very hazy, as if she had a hard time making out what was real and what wasn't. And a bright light shining down on her didn't help clarify what was happening.

Next thing she knew, she was laying down on a cold ground and as she tried to push herself up, she realized it was much harder than usual. Yep, this had to be a dream. She took in her environment, at first seeing she was surrounded by other kids about her age, most of which she had seen around the Academy but haven't actually met before. Then a weird noise had her look to her side only to realize it was a weird language spoken by tall and thin red creatures. Elisa's eyes widened at the sight and she felt her heartbeat pick up a notch when she saw the view from right out the large window. If this was a dream, it was a hell of a vivid one because she could have sworn they were now in space surrounded by aliens.

There was a first attack on the creatures which they laughed off and proceeded in throwing the student out of the ship. That's when Liz realized the seriousness of the situation she was in. She wasn't a space expert but she knew enough to know that if they didn't suffocate from a lack of oxygen, they'd freeze to death before anyone could rescue them. She watched in horror as a Doctor from the Academy was brutally beaten and given the same fate, followed by two more students. She held her breath, ready to watch as they took more of them to be thrown out the air lock, but that's when the carnage stopped and one of them spoke up in plain - although growled - English.

Somehow, she didn't consider herself as a guest if she was going to be sacrificed eventually. The news weren't good ones in any way or form, but if she was going to die anyway, then she was sure as hell going to fight and hope to get herself and the others free from those monsters.

Her eyes were scanning the room when she noticed the girl right by her side creating fire off her hands. Elisa instinctively edged further away from her as she usually did in the presence of fire, but then seeing as she was struggling to control her powers and that she could soon be discovered by those weirdly shaped beings, Liz felt like she needed to do something to help. She took one of her cut-fingers gloves off and quickly created a small ball of ice from it, handing it over to the fire controller in hopes that it would help calm her powers down. She then put her glove back on.

As if in contradiction to her earlier thoughts, one of the students spoke up, offering them all as servants. Had she gone mad? Or was this some kind of coded message with underlying truth that Liz just couldn't comprehend? Either way, she didn't agree with it but refrained from saying anything for now. If they were going to get out, they needed to be smart about it. Not fall to their knees and comply to all the aliens would tell them to do.

She started looking around, trying to find a flaw or even the glimpse of a idea that would get them out of this mess. If the fire attack from the first kid that had been thrown out didn't work, perhaps the cold would? Her first instinct was to try and find something she could freeze that would mess the operating system of their ship, but she needed to be careful not to shut it down completely if they were going to get back to Earth eventually.
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02 Feb 2017, 18:05 #7

"Sleep well Huscarl"
"And you Athelstan"

Whistling to himself as he left the kennels a smile played over Athelstan's features during the walk back to the dormitories. It had been a good evening, a long walk with his Staffie, not to mention following some interesting tracks through the woods had put him in a good mood. How the spinners were laughing as they watched him.

Returning to his room the youngster had barely taken his t-shirt off and thrown it in his wash pile when suddenly the roof was ripped away with an almost deafening crash. Shock overwhelmed the boy for a moment as he stared at the bright light overhead, his right hand reflexively gripping the hilt of the sheathed seax knife at his waist even as his left went to the Mjolnir pendant around his neck.

Quickly scanning his new surroundings a scowl found it's way onto Athelstan's face as he wondered exactly where he was, a sudden panic entering his eyes at the realisation that he and his fellow students were apparently in space, his hand unconsciously playing with his hammer pendant. His shock swiftly disappeared however as their captors made their position abundantly clear, replaced by a look of disdainful rage. How dare they?

Ignoring the surrender of one of the older students Athelstan stepped forwards, head held high in spite of the greater gravity, his defiance clear on his face. He would not grovel or surrender, he was Athelstan Wodensen, the Wodenuguth, the Drafen. He was a warrior. Time to find out if the enemy were.
"You cowardly earslings! Revenge, honour and reputation are gained on the battlefield! The Crusaders beat you once and they'll do it again. You kill us though and who knows how much worse it'll be for you!
A faint, wolfish smirk appeared on his face as he finished as if daring his hosts to prove him wrong.
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Caesar Drake
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15 Feb 2017, 02:17 #8

Most of the students seemed to keep themselves wrapped in their own thoughts once the more veteran alien spoke. When Gamer gave her reply, there was a very low chuckle that came from one alien who could speak English. "Do you actually think you could serve us? ... Very well. Go get that axe at the end of the room on those boxes and bring back to where you are. Then I might consider your loyalty." The weapon in question looked to be almost seven feet in length and, given the gravity, might be a chore for any adult human much less a teenage girl.

While this leader seemed to enjoy the misery about to be caused, Spitfire managed to conceal the brief flash of her fiery powers. The aliens had seemed immune to them when Reiko attempted to use them in an attack plus the floor was warm. Frost's brief help of an iceball started to melt shortly after being generated.

There were several crates scattered around the room which Gremlin might be able to use. The trick was the increased gravity and how that might affect the situation. There were also a couple of doors to the room, one behind the leader and a smaller one off to the side away from rigors of space. Cazador also noted above the floor, high up the wall, was a vent that sounded like it was pushing something out, possibly oxygen, into the room.

Drafend stood, proudly took a couple of steps forward and made his proclamation. It drew the attention of the leader. "So you know of battle, child. We thrive on it. Do you wish to see? Shall we demonstrate again on you and your friends? Would that make you feel better?" The leader strode forward without concern for the gravity. Getting down on one knee, he still was a good foot taller than Drafend. "Too bad there are not more like you on your planet. The victory we will bring would be less empty." With an abrupt shove, Drafend was tossed off his feet and skidded to a stop twenty feet away behind the rest of the children. He stood, looked at Gamer, and bellowed. "Bring me that axe!"

"In game terms, reality is broken." - Patrick Kapera, Crafty Games, creator of Spycraft, FantasyCraft and the MasterCraft game system

War is changing. Killing, however, is constant.
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15 Feb 2017, 05:56 #9

Gritting her teeth against the harsh gravity, Gwen got back to her feet - albeit a bit unsteady as she awaited word on what this creep thought of her 'suggestion'. Sure she didn't have any chance of explaining why she said what she did, but hoped the others would understand...that at this point, anything was better than awaiting death once they arrived, which could be five minutes, or five days...or even five months for all they knew. Come on already! At least it bought them all time...

...or at least until one of the other kids decided to challenge the aliens.

Immediately Gwen put a hand to her forehead and shook it. "Idiot!" She hissed under her breath before the apparent leader of their captors decided to answer. At least it seemed to at least consider the idea, but she had to get a rather large and heavy axe from the corner of the room and bring it back to prove herself. But to the kid that spoke in defiance, he was shoved back, hard enough to rest behind the rest of the group. At the bellowing command to obtain the axe, Gwen shot him a look before moving to do just that...no matter how heavy it would be.

Fighting gravity in itself just to make it to where the weapon rested was a chore in it of itself. Finding a way to hoist said weapon without dislocating her shoulders - or breaking any bones - was another matter entirely. For a moment, she seriously considered calling on one of her 'avatars' for help, but decided against it; it was better to keep her power a secret from them for now...hold their attention as much as possible. Wrapping her arms around the shaft of the axe close to the head, the brunette clenched her jaw with the effort of hoisting it off of the crate while grunting with the effort. The end of the handle hit the floor with a loud clang, but despite the agony flaring in her arms and legs, it took some time - how much time she couldn't tell but it seemed like forever - but Gwen managed to drag the axe over to where the alien stood before letting it fall from her hands and collapsing into the floor, exhausted from the effort.
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15 Feb 2017, 06:37 #10

Gary watched as one of the kids rose. Gary knew it was going to happen. The confrontation. This could not go well, especially with the volatile nature of most of the academy kids. He knew to well about that nature. He was still dealing with that same nature. This was one of those times that he was not going to fight that nature, but just wanted to be smart about it.

The confronter was knocked across the room, Gwen was told to fetch an axe, and nothing good was happening.

Gary stopped his emotions from rushing him into action, and looked for the important things.

Big, Red Guys. Strong Gravity. Crates. Axe. Kids grouped together. Confrontational Student.

Gary chewed it over for a minute, watching Gwen lug the axe over. He wanted to help her, but he thought it might downplay her maneuver as a servant. On the other hand, the one kid was getting respect for standing up. Though it wasn't ending well for that kid.

Gary made a decision. He huddled a couple of the smaller students together in a group, and stood up, painfully, above them, walking slowly over to the crates, and then watched the confrontation about to happen, waiting for his moment to launch his little bundle of fury to protect whoever he needed to.
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Elisa Bernhard
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26 Feb 2017, 01:33 #11

Looking at the iceball she had just produced melting at a fast pace, Elisa realized for the first time how hot the floor they were sitting on was. Not hot enough to make her powers useless obviously, since they had just worked, but enough for her to make two and two. Minutes before they had laughed off a fire attack and everything about this place was... hot. Was it their source of energy? Was it the power they possessed? Were they immune to fire? Judging by their red figures, she wouldn't be surprised if they were.

But that was a good sign, it meant perhaps her powers would counter theirs. Maybe she'd help and be part of the solution out of there. Now the question was how long she needed to wait until she showed them what she could do. Not only had she no idea what they were capable of - although she did have a glimpse - but if her attempt failed, she'd be the next target.

As another kid was shoved further away and the first girl who spoke was ordered to bring an axe to the middle of the room, Elisa saw it as an opportunity to try something which would hopefully be subtle but that might give her an idea of the damage she could make. Feigning to be scared at the alien's sudden outburst, she backed away a little until her back was against a wall. Again, she took one of her gloves off and placed her hand against the wall in hope of freezing it. She didn't know if this was common material they had on Earth and what kind of atomic composition it was made of, she wondered if her power alone could make it fragile and breakable.
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Caesar Drake
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26 Feb 2017, 23:15 #12

It took Gamer a lot of effort just to cross the floor as her fellow students watched. Pulling the axe off of its resting place was strenuous. Once she finally got it down, the additional weight of the weapon made it much harder to move back to the place she had started. Exhausted, Gamer managed to get the axe to the feet of the leader.

Gremlin's decision to collect himself near the other students, while not unnoticed, did not seem to draw much concern. What did start to draw some attention was Frost's attempt at cooling the metal. It did not start at first as they were amused by Gamer's progress more than anything and Drafend was considered not much of a concern for the moment.

It was not until the room started to get a little colder and the wall started to show a slightly bluer tinge. The leader barked something at one of the others who stomped over to a panel and examined before replying. The leader took a little look around before noticing the girl against the wall. Stomping over to her, he bent down to look at her, his nose mere inches form hers. "You will stop now!

"In game terms, reality is broken." - Patrick Kapera, Crafty Games, creator of Spycraft, FantasyCraft and the MasterCraft game system

War is changing. Killing, however, is constant.
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Maya Ramirez
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27 Feb 2017, 00:00 #13

Maya watched as one of the kids was rag dolled by a toss. It showed her two things, that even she was able to notice. One, that kid was an idiot, and two that these things were strong, even for this gravity they were strong and as if she needed corroborative example of that the short girl struggled to heft a horrifyingly large axe. Why would she get that for them? Even she knew that was probably not the best idea.

Still she sat there watching everyone and their own little schemes with silent regard. Everyone seemed to be doing their own thing, when probably they should be working together. Not that Maya would be the one who got them to work together, coordinating with people wasn’t in her skill set and for someone who lived such a solitary life as her doing something like that was far from the first thing to cross her mind.

Either way as all the commotion seemed to turn to frost and whatever she was doing Maya figured that was an adequate enough distraction that whatever she was going to do, she should probably do it now. With the graceful ease of a predator whose livelihood depended on not making noise in a jungle, Maya slid back and towards the nearest wall, and slowly stopped being a girl shaped jaguar and became a jaguar shaped girl. It felt good being this way right now, the extra fur covered warmth didn’t bother her, at least not as much as she felt comforted being in such a dangerous form in such a dangerous situation.

Slowly she began to prowl silently, one side practically hugging a wall and giving a wide berth to whatever alien guards she may have been in her way until she reached the crates and began doing the instinctive calculations for the jump. That vent up there looked as if it may be a way out.
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27 Feb 2017, 02:04 #14

So far, so good...Gwen was doing exactly her intended purpose in all of this: to be the distraction while everyone else got the needed information - hopefully on the sly - so they could formulate a plan later. Playing all those RPG games counted for something, and whatever they were going to think up needed a lot of effort just to remain standing due to the force of gravity. Another thing that this games taught her was that red equaled fire/heat, so it would take a good amount of ice - or water - to do anything worthwhile...but getting a hold of something like that would be difficult, even on a ship in space. That and she wanted to test her power without the aliens overseeing her work, but it looked like they weren't leaving at the moment, especially when it seemed like they were distracted by something else...by another classmate doing something to the wall.

Lifting her head from the semi-warm floor, she tried shaking her head and mouthing "Wait...please..." before letting it rest back on the floor. Dragging that monstrous axe and fighting the gravity to do so really took a lot out of her, despite what training she got at the Academy. But she did what they asked; would the group be allowed to live now? Or did the actions of those two jeopardized the bargain Gwen tried to make? She needed these red creeps to leave so they could talk things over and actually come up with a plan! Every second that passed was another second closer to what could very well be 'Game Over'. There has to be something...come on! The brunette thought, hoping to prevent another fatality. Propping herself up on her elbows, she called out, "I did what you asked...please spare the others, leave them be...I beg of you..."
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Elisa Bernhard
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27 Feb 2017, 20:01 #15

Being immune to the cold definitely had one downside and it was that she couldn't feel the room temperature shifting as well as anyone else. It hadn't been her intention for the aliens to notice what she was doing and until one of them looked straight at her she had been convinced that she was being subtle. Apparently not.

It took only a second for the leader of the group to be standing right in front of her and bent until their face were only inches close. Liz backed her head away from him as much as she possibly could as he yelled out for her to stop. At the same time, something caught her attention and she could see form the corner of her eyes one of the students changing into a jaguar. Normally, she would have stared for a moment at that figure and contemplate on how awesome this power was but now she needed to act.

If her powers hadn't gone unnoticed, then there was no point in hiding them anymore, was there? Her eyes focused on the red figure right in her face, a smile crept up on her features as she took her hand off the wall behind her. [color=a9aedc]"Okay,"[/color] she simply said before bringing that same hand forward and aiming straight at the alien, sending what she hoped to be a powerful ice attack his way. She had no idea how much time or space that would allow her but she then scrambled to her feet a little awkwardly because of the gravity, looking over at the jaguar girl and giving her a nod saying she had her back for whatever it was she planned, hoping the other students would jump in as well. If they were going to escape this room, they would need all the help they could manage. She then took her second glove off and pocketed both before holding her hands into fists, ready to use her powers again if she had to.
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