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Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

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Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Guest on Tue Mar 11, 2014 2:44 pm

The wind whipped past Winter's face, forcing her hair behind her and into a stream line, her bangs stuck to her skull. Clinging, perhaps, for dear life. Winter's hair wasn't long, fluttering wildly in the strong wind, and ruffling against itself restlessly. Winter laughed, leaning forwards with a shark like grin. Her teeth were sharpened and to triangular points, and her eyes were slit like a cat's with white eyes and the scenery around her reflected like mirrors in her eyes.

Madness was erupting around the woman, but still she went head long into the heart of it. Going far to fast down a far to winding road, the roads of Cardiff were not built for Winter. Or anyone like her, seeing a building falling in dramatic slow motion ahead,thus going to fall in path, Winter laughed wildly into the wind, jerking the motorcycle's handle bars to run up the fire escape in a passing thought, not having time for anything else. Wrenching the bars, she didn't lose any of her astounding speed, and with every turn, the back wheel cleared off of the ground itself, landing on the ground it would shoot the bike forwards and up the set of stairs like a bullet from a gun.

It was debatable if she was a good driver or not.

A Weeping Angel had wandered from one of the burning buildings, standing at the end of the escape's stairs, the rooftop directly behind it. Smirking, Winter forced the bike to accelerate even faster, crouching down lower in the bike. The bike moved far to fast for anything but images, but the weeping angel could not move in the slightest. It had stood with it's hands over her eyes, as was the defense.

It now seemed childish, like a child going 'Awe, Hell.' before something terrible happened. Winter stood on the bike at the last minute, jerking the bike itself off of the ground itself completely, landing on the angel she sped off of the angel's back, using the wide spread wings as a ramp. Music shook the world, along with spreading fire, and wide spread screams of terror. Drums pounded the earth, screaming guitars tore the attention of the nearby monsters from anything they were up to.

Excellent.

The rift had come completely open, releasing all of the world's discarded trash into the planet Earth. Not just releasing hundreds of thousands of Cybermen that had been banished into it by a younger Oncoming Storm, but also opened a portal for all of hell to raid the streets.

And they were.

She had to find a way to close it, that was for sure. Winter glanced behind her, to see that quite the portion of the destructive monsters were following her closely. Reapers, after something as old as she was. Daleks, hovering slowly, but doing damage nearby that she completely dodged because of her reckless patterns. Cybermen marched, in perfect step and unison. The bike Winter rode was a skeleton, bowed before her in a stremeline fasion, with motors and wheels attached. Even the skull looked feirce, and Winter drew her attention forwards once again.

Just in time to crash into a office building. Screaming humans ran in chaos, unsure which to fear more, the bike that crashed through their glass walls, or the coming army following her. The tires skid for a second, then plowed through the halways, Winter made snap decisions, trying to keep from reaching the walls of the winding maze. In the end, she picked the wrong turn, and she gave the incoming brick wall a heavy sigh.

Rubble exploded outwards, and the bike landed heavily on the road, bouncing from the landing and screeching 'Damned If I Do Ya, Damned If I Don't'. A shard of glass sliced through Winter's cheek, leaking blood mixed with rain. That was the thing with Cardiff, in the spring time, it was sunshine, then rain, then some more sunshine.

"Hah! Is that all you have got?" Winter planted a foot on the ground, stopping the vehicle completely, looking back at the army that closed around her. She had to say the Reapers almost looked exctatic.

"Nope! TO SLOW!" Winter taunted, letting the rest catch up before she sped off from a gap. She'd learned something from the first 'not crash' of hers. Accelerating to full, she leaned to the right sharply, the bike's side grazing the road to make a turn. Coming up from the turn, the music hit a cresendo and Winter turned the bike sharply to the other half of the road, dodging speeding cars in their panic to escape the fire and explosions. The bike hit a car going to opposite end, but at the last minute, Winter lifted the wheel so that it landed on the hood of the car and used the moving car as a ramp. Flying into the sky, she landed on the rooftop heavily, the engine groaning and sputtering. Shouting out feirce swears, Winter kicked the engine back into life and sped towards a window nearby, just as a laser hit the spot where she was. It was so close that it singed her boot.

Her plan better work!

Crashing through the ware house's window, the army piled in after her. This time, no humans were around, and Winter threw a quick hand into a pocket, pulling out a gernade. Winter pulled the pin with her teeth and threw it behind her carelessly.

The ware house blew to kingdom come. Fire exploding out of the windows, and engulfing any and all of those inside. The shock of the Winter Enhanced Gernade shook the ground and rattled the cars speeding past the roads in the chaos. Winter had built it to destroy everything in it's path. Melting flesh and alien metals alike, it destroyed all in it's proximity. Flames licked the entire building, top to bottom. With a burst, the top most window exploded outwards, spitting out a motorcycle and a mad woman. Landing, Winter sped down the road as the last of the bounces subsided from the heavy landing. It had been her plan to decrease the number of monsters roaming, and now that it had gone well, Winter laughed. Looking ahead smugly, Winter swore heavily and turned the bike so sharply that the right most side hit the ground heavily, spouting sparks and slamming on brakes. The music giving it's final lines, and coming to a stop as Winter did.

She stopped an inch from a man in a red cape, the wheels still spinning, and the last of the fire still on the wheels.

Hell and chaos spread around them.

-ooc notes
Winter's bike (now probably very, very broken) here
Winter's current outfit, singed and cut up a bit here
If you don't like that Winter ran into Thor first, I'll change that part. The order should be Winter, Thor (with Sif after him if she wants to join), Natasha Romanov, Kim Possible (that's how we signed up).
I'm very sorry for the length, I got carried away, and don't worry about matching it. Winter was in a destructive mood today.
I highly suggest playing the song, here The louder, the better the effect, as Winter has it on full blast.


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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Thor on Thu Mar 13, 2014 12:34 am

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It had been quite some time since Thor had last visited Midgard. How long he had been gone, he knew not, especially since time seemed to pass very differently between the nine realms. Or maybe it just seemed that way to him. He never had been any good at keeping track of time. Visiting Midgard again was on his list of things to do but various matters kept arising on Asgard that had to be attended to first, pushing his planned visit further and further back.

But he wanted to go back there, and soon. He missed the strange realm with their odd customs and mannerisms. He missed their baked goods, especially the delicious Pop Tarts. But most of all he missed his Avengers teammates. He certainly hadn't missed Tony or Banner, but he missed the rest of the team. Steve, and Natasha, and Clint. Not that he would tell them of this. Natasha maybe. Females were easier to tell your friendly affections to.

Finally, after the intended trip being pushed back once again, Thor had decided to speak to Heimdall. He had heard no news from the realm since his return back to Asgard and he was extremely curious as to what was going on. At the back of his mind he had wondered how the New City of York was doing and whether Tony had helped rebuild it, like he'd said he would. Maybe he could visit there, see his old friends at Stark Tower.

Heimdall, obliging as ever (though only so to royalty and very important Asgardians), began to show Thor exactly what the realm had come to in his absence. Disaster everywhere. Thor's mouth drew into a line as he watched, blue eyes narrowing. Once again his precious Midgard was in chaos. This would not do. He could not stand idly by as Midgard fell to ruin while he just watched. He would save it, as he had twice before. He would not allow anyone destroy it again.

On Earth, the sky turned dark, ominous grey clouds covering the sun. Lightning began to spark throughout the sky, thunder cracking. Over and over again, lighting flashed and thunder sounded, making civilians wonder exactly what had suddenly brought on the freak weather (because freak accidents caused by aliens obviously wasn't enough). Finally, with the concrete giving a sickening crunch as it broke under Thor's feet, the Asgardian landed. He straightened up, readjusting his grip on the hammer as he looked around him. He'd seen fragments of the war (it could not be described in any other way to him) as Heimdall saw it, but seeing it now for himself could not compare in any way. It had looked bad; in reality it was infinitely worse.

Thor's eyes widened at the chaos. If he didn't know any better, he would have thought that Loki was up to his old tricks again. The sound of screams filled the air, sirens wailed and the acrid smell of burning buildings filled the air. The entire city was a war zone. Bodies lay strewn across the concrete, young and old alike, like broken dolls that a child had gotten sick of and had thrown out. Thor's eyes narrowed as his eyes continued surveying the scene. So much destruction. So much death. He stepped over a body, a grim expression on his features. Creatures that were unknown to him swooped and screeched in the air. Metal men marched in unison, chanting "delete, delete, DELETE" over and over again. A pack of humanoid beings, their faces flat and their teeth like fangs, crouched over a dead corpse of what must have been their friend, whistling mournfully. And high up above, metal things that looked like salt shakers (as Darcy had called the tiny spice pots that stood on diner tables) floated in the air, shooting beams of energy out of their metal limbs and setting buildings on fire.

It wasn't often that Thor could possibly even entertain the thought of being out of his depth, but right now the notion flickered through his mind. Within seconds though it had gone; he'd been through too many battles to be unnerved simply because the creatures were foreign to him. He had faced Jotunns and Leviathans, amongst a plethora of various dangerous beasties. These would die just the same; none would be spared.

Suddenly a deafening blast tore through the area. Cars went sailing into the air and Thor ducked as one flew right over his head and crashed into an empty café. He turned in the direction of the blast; a blazing warehouse could be seen, its thick black smoke snaking up to the heavens. Thor only hoped that whoever had been in there hadn't been innocent bystanders. Music boomed and from out of the wreckage, a wild looking woman on a motored bicycle drove out, laughing. She thinks this fun?! he thought with anger. Aye, battles were fun, but battles that ended with undeserved death were wrong.

He watched her careening towards him, taking up a battle position in case she didn't stop on her own accord and he had to stop her himself. She'd been so close to ramming into him, but managed to stop just in time. Thor looked over her vehicle and her. "Midgardian, are you the cause of this?" he demanded gruffly after a second, eyes narrowed at her. "Tell me now who is responsible for this chaos!" He twirled his hammer, taking his eyes off her for a second to stare at a Bilgesnipe (finally a creature he recognised!) which was determinedly trying to shake a humanoid with the face of a fish off its back. It would have been a rather amusing sight, were it not for the fact that the situation was so dire.

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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Lady Sif on Mon Mar 17, 2014 7:41 am

Sif had been in the stables grooming her horse when news that Heimdell; her brother; wished to speak to her. Normally when Heimdell sent for a person was because he has seen them doing something that was against the Asgaridan law, or wished for them to take up a task. Normally when he called on Sif it was for the latter; they didn't really share too many tender brother sister moments together. Since she was doing nothing out of what she did on a day by day basis, Sif knew it had to be some task he wished for her to do. Changes was it to inform Thor of some event on Midgard and he had been unable to find the elder prince himself; not that Sif would have a better time of finding him.

Placing her sword and shield on her back, Sif mounted her horse; without a saddle for there was no time; and road to the bifrost. She was jumping off her steed before he had even come to a full stop, leaving him where he would she knew he would be safe and stay until she had use of him again; after all she had been the one to train him since he was a foal.

It took Sif little time to find out what her brother had need of her for, he wanted her to travel after Thor to Midgard. Apparently there was a strange battle going on there and he felt that Thor and his Midgardian friends could use the extra help. For a while she just looked at Heimdell, it wasn't often he asked her to go out on a mission, most of those where to see to the borders of Asgard; but to Midgard he had never asked it of her. Truth was most could not even use the Bifrost without Odin's permission; not that Sif needed to even use the Bifrost anymore due to the gift he had given her. Still Sif had to wonder if her brother was doing this by order of the Allfather or just by his knowing that she would want to see Thor safe and not harm; chances was the latter for she had never been able to hid anything from him even without his all seeing eye.

Sinceing she was unsure Heimdell explain and showed parts of the situation that was taking place. It was a battle that Sif had never seen before and one she knew would not be easily won. She also knew he was holding some of it back from her, not because he didn't think she couldn't handle it but because it would be too much to even believe without seeing it firsthand. In the end however Sif agreed that Thor would need all the help possible, and though she wished their friends the Warrior Three could come as well there would be no time to sent for them. She had already wasted so much time as it was.

A large fiery light streaked threw the Midgardian sky, a clear sign that an Asgaridan was arriving to Earth. When it touched the ground; just a few feet from where Thor had; it blazed there for a second before reliving that Sif had arrived. Her shield now on her left arm while her sword was held in her right hand, her face clearly ready for battle as well as the stance her body too. What meet her eyes however was something she had never seen before; for Midgard was under attack by some strange beings and things that flew into the air and shot back at the ground. No fear was written on her face as she took in the carnage; she was use to seeing death and destruction though this had to be a whole new level even for her.

After a few minutes of standing there her eyes saw where Thor was standing and with careful steps she walked over to him, her eyes darting around ready for any kind of attack. "What in the name of Odin's beard is this about?" Sif asked getting close to Thor and taking in everything, to include the strange wild looking woman.
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Kim Possible on Sat Mar 22, 2014 12:23 am

She had seen a lot of weird things during her time as a teenage agent, moving out to safe the world from people like Dr. Draken and his Sheego. However, since she had been recruited to work for SHIELD, still saving the world, Kim had seen things she never would have imagined being true in the first place.
If someone had told her that she would be fighting Aliens and other extraterrestrial creatures in her future she probably would have laughed and called them crazy. Yet, here she was, shadowing her Senior Officer on her first mission to safe the world.

The teen had to admit, the briefing on what was going on sounded kind of crazy, but Kim knew all too well that it was all true. They had no idea with what kind of beings they were dealing with yet, but it was a serious thread to the city and probably the whole world if they let these creatures come onto the earth.

Reaching the scene, Kim could already see that a few other people had gathered around the spot the extraterrestrial creatures entered the world from. She saw a woman on a strange motor bike, a man with a red cape and another woman in armor. And of course the aliens that attacked the city. Looking at the scenery in front of her, the young woman felt a little bit nervous. This surely looked scary to her. She stayed close to Natasha, whom she was shadowing on this mission. She would have to get instructions from her anyway, unless it was something that seemed obvious to Kim.
Suddenly her mind flashed her an image of her long time friend, now boyfriend, Ron Stoppable. It felt weird going on missions without him. He had always been a part of her crazy life and always accompanied him on her missions. Sure, he was scared easily, but he never abandoned her.

Sighing a little, the red-haired teen pushed that thought out of her mind. She needed to stay focused. This was an important mission and a very obvious thread. If she didn't concentrate she could make things a lot worse than they already were. Or so Kim thought.
"This surely isn't anything like my previous life." the teen said quietly, looking around to take in what was happening around her.
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Guest on Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:04 pm

Winter gave the caped man such an annoyed look. White hair was ruffled in the wind and a few strands hung low into her face. This exact reason was why she preferred damn villians to these damn heroes. Well, that and the villians tended to be far more handsome then their hero rivals. Heroes always blamed Winter for destruction, when in reality she had nothing to do with such! Sure, she had blown up a few things, but who cared? It was not her who released the beasts and monsters that caused the blunt of the damage to the entire city! That ware house hardly counted, or the several others before it, compared to the damage the monsters were doing!

"Really? You want to talk about who's fault it is now? You cannot think of anything else one might be doing?" Winter scowled, gesturing to the chaos around her. Burning buildings, screaming humans, and monsters. Oh, of every shape and size. She even saw her own species, huddled over a fallen human, feasting.

The poor bloke was still kicking and screaming.

A building exploded behind them, rocking the city to it's core and driving splintering cracks in the pavement. Dividing the city into cracking fractions, spreading like lightning. Winter rolled her head exaggeratly.

"Are we all just going to stand around chatting, or should I invite you all to tea?" Winter drew her sword, the one she kept along her right leg in a buckled in sheath. The blade was long and thin, with black runes etched into the silver and the hilt was twisted together in a delicate, yet beheld a sharp enough end that jabbed out far enough to act as a back hand knife. Winter flipped the sword in her hand, rolling her eyes at the many people clustered around but not doing to much other then stand and snap a witty remark.

A blonde man with a cooking hammer. A woman in armor (Which Winter quite enjoyed the look of). And a teenager who couldn't stop snapping her neck around at the area around her. At the chaos. Poor dear must be out of her element. Winter crooned in her own mind, throwing her head back in laughter that no one would get, Winter pulled the motorcycle upright, and kicked the engine.

It sputtered and belched. But, it worked, and the roar of the engine became a light growl, only kicking up a fuss every few seconds. Winter grinned

"Ah... She lives!" Winter laughed, hopping on the motorcycle and accelerating so fast her eyes drew water onto themselves, and her hair plastered to her skull. She had to hold the bike tightly with her hands, digging her nails into the handles to stay aboard. Holding out her right hand, she sliced into various monsters as she rode past. Speed working to her advantage.

Her own species looked up at her, growling and covered in red.

Winter wasn't alone. She wasn't the last! She could just save those. Keep them from falling back into the rift, she could train them to behave. They could be like her. She didn't have to be the last!

Winter kicked the growling male futurekind in the skull as she rode past, timing it just right so that he fell back, stumbling into the others of his kind. She didn't have a choice. They were killing an innocent. Winter turned the bike, rounding around the small pack and swung her sword casually.

Her heart broke.

She hide it well, and went about rounding the monsters towards the rift itself. She left the Bilgesnape be, it seemed that she would have trouble killing that by herself. And she didn't trust those damn heroes enough to believe they would have her back. Maybe they could kill it themselves, and leave her out of it. Inwardly, Winter flinched,

Ah, to be ignored. Laughed at even, scoffed, over looked, insignificant. To be made small in the eyes of others. My old friend.
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Thor on Fri Mar 28, 2014 8:55 pm

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The air around them was full of screams. Tortured screams full of so much pain and anguish that Thor gave an involuntary shudder. The young screamed as they were mercilessly killed for no reason other than fun and bloodlust. The elderly begged for mercy, the decades they'd lived through flashing before their eyes, only to be slaughtered anyway. A massacre of the helpless.

It was like the Battle of New York all over again, except this time (thankfully) Thor's brother had nothing to do with all this suffering. His mouth in such a thin line that it was almost non-existent, Thor looked up as a fiery streak of light sliced through the sky. Another Asgardian was coming to help, it seemed. He wondered who it could be. Surely his father wasn't making the trip down to help the Midgard. He seemed to give that particular realm quite a wide berth after all of Loki's mayhem on it.

A pleased expression flitted over his face when he saw who the visitor was, though the next second it was gone. He ignored Sif's question for the moment, turning his attention to the snowy-haired woman that was looking at him with such indignation over his previous statement, that Thor almost felt a bit guilty having accused her of being the cause of this disaster so quickly. "I apologise if I have offended thee," he told the woman. "That was not my intent." If she was trying to help get the situation under control, Thor had no wish to make an enemy of a potential ally. "Tea can wait for later, after this battle has been won. Tea and Pop Tarts."

Moments later she'd hopped back on her vehicle (Thor was rather amazed that it was still functional after the amount of damage it had taken) and rode off to attack some pale humans munching on a still-screaming body. He turned, only to come face-to-face with a snarling face of stone. A stone angel had crept up on him while he'd been conversing and was now baring its fangs at him, arms outstretched. Though he had no idea what the statues did, their menacing expressions  were all he needed to know they were dangerous. And he wasn't about to take any chances. Twirling Mjolnir, Thor swung out and smashed the statue right in the head, spraying the immediate area with bits of stone.

Finally he turned to Sif and gave a grim smile. "Ah, Sif, I feel safer already with thou by my side," he commented and though his expression didn't show it, his words rang genuine and true. "Thou never could resist a battle. Did Heimdall send thee?" He did not wait for a reply, however, and instead sprinted towards another statue that had been making its way to Sif. Jumping into the air, he let his hammer connect with the stone, bringing his forearm to his eyes to shield them from flying chips of stone. Having dealt with that, he walked back to his friend. "This is madness. I feel like I am in one of Loki's dreams," he commented with a wry smile, just as a deafening Bilgesnipe roar sounded. "Ah, the Bilgesnipe. Shall we go and teach them not to terrorise places where they do not belong?" he asked with a slight grin curling up the corners of his mouth. "Much like we did in our youth. Except now we shall get the thanks of the Midgardians if we succeed."

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Post by Lady Sif on Tue Apr 01, 2014 9:48 am

Sif knew war, she knew the pains of war, and the carnage of it; but this was far more than she had yet seen before. Most wars where among warriors with only a few innocents getting in the way; this was a full out battle on innocent people and the sounds and sights of it was enough to turn anyone’s stomach. Lucky for Sif it would take a lot more than this to cause her to spill to contents of her breakfast; though she would admit to feeling slightly site at the site.

Joining Thor by his side Sif had missed the pleasant expression that had crossed his face when he realized it was her; due mostly to the fact that it was such a felting moment and her eyes where already darting everywhere as she tried to take in the scene around her. She was not put off nor upset that he did not answer her directly; after all there was another matter to see too. The strange looking woman with white hair and the weirdest looking mount that Sif had ever seen; not knowing that the item was a motorbike. Apparently Thor had something to the woman, assuming that she was the cause of the trouble before them when it turned out she was not. The conversation did not matter to Sif at the moment, for a strange creature of stone decided to try an attack at this time; truth was a few had decided to descend on the little group. While Thor and the woman talked, Sif did her best to hold off the strange little creatures; using both her sword and shield. However she could not be all places at once and one of the stone monsters had slipped by her. Lucky however the conversation between Thor and the woman ended and with the aid of Mjoinir Thor quickly dispelled the beast.
For a brief moment they were in the clear, and Thor took this time to great her. “Heimdall felt another sword in a battle such as this would be of use to thee. I come of my own accord only Heimdall and thyself know I am here.” Sif only stated this fact in a way to inform him that she was not here under order of Odin but because she wanted to be here; she wanted to help him but she wasn’t about to come out and say it. She had her feelings for him that was true, but she believe they were her own and she would keep them that way.

Another stone beast had slipped past Sif’s view but not by Thor; who had ran to attack it. The female warrior raised her own shield to protect herself from the stone piece that flew in all directions after Thor had smashed the living stone monster. “If this was but one of Loki’s dream I believe we would find more sense in the madness than what we find now. “ The conversation between the two was cut short when a roar from a creature they both knew very well was heard. She could not help but return a slight smile as memories of fighting bilgesnipes together assaulted her memory; most of them the outcome wasn’t a bad one. “I believe I have had enough of Midgardians thanks from the visit I made a few days ago.” Sif answered, letting it slip that she had come to Midgard without anyone’s knowledge of the matter but it would something to talk about later; now they had something else to deal with. Taking her shield she placed it carefully on her back, and then with a slight quick turn of her sword she transformed her one bladed sword into a double bladed weapon that ranged in several feet. “Let’s not have some of the same outcomes from our youth with this bilgesnipe shall we.” With that comment lingering in the air, Sif took off toward the monster knowing that Thor would be right behind her.
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Phil Coulson on Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:52 pm

OOC: Well I will be replacing Natasha for this thread, since it does seem like she will not be participating.

Cardiff was the site of the next incident it seemed, Coulson thought as the Quinjet that he was in started to approach the landing zone designated, it was a parking lot. Originally Agent Romanov had been deployed to this mission, but it seem that she had gone dark, thus Coulson being the nearest senior agent in the area had been deployed by Fury to assist and monitor the rookie that was already in the city, hopefully the rookie still lives, Coulson thought as he looked at the destruction of the city. The fire, the screams, the bodies that layed on the ground, the hostiles taking over the city, this seemed like the New York Coulson did not manage to attend.  Once the Quinjet landed, Coulson quickly disembarked from the transport with a group of soldiers and as soon as he and the rest of SHIELD's reinforcements was off, the Quinjet took off once again, it was too risky to let it stay in the area, too many threats, they still needed a evac if things went terribly bad, instead of moderately bad.
Coulson took up his radio and radioed "This is senior agent Philip Coulson, any SHIELD operatives in the area of operations are to report to me and regroup at the town hall, we are falling back until we can reorganize our plan." Coulson then started to head toward to the town hall, at the same time he was viewing satellite imagery from his phone, it seemed their was a armed swordsman in the north section of the city, that didn't matter right now, he needed to get SHIELD organized and into a combat capable force in this area again. Hmm, Thor and Lady Sif also seem to be in the city, they were with the rookie and another female, whom was this third female? Coulson wondered and requested a facial scan to see if they find her in SHIELD's databases. As Coulson advanced to the town hall, he also ordered any civilian he could find to follow him to the town hall, get as many people to safety, then deal with this problem.

When Coulson finally reached the town hall, he ordered his men to take up defensive positions and to start fortifying the area while they waited for the rest of SHIELD's operatives in the area to regroup. Coulson was spending his time monitoring the situation with the satellite, his eye in the sky, and he was also seeing if SHIELD can divert any more combat assets into the area. Coulson currently could do nothing but hold the line, keep a eye on the situation and wait for the surviving operatives and the Asgardians.
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Post by Kim Possible on Wed Apr 02, 2014 11:46 pm

Kim just stood and watched the scenery for a while, wondering where her senior agent had disappeared to. She was supposed to be here long before Kim was. But the teenager couldn't spot her anywhere. Not having any field experience yet, Kim decided to pull back from the actual scene for a little while. She did want to get out of this alive. But she was also a little uncertain about what to do, being here without Natasha. But her problem was solved just a second later, when she heard Agent Coulson's order for any SHIELD opperatives.

Okay, Kimmy... rely on your training and pull back to the City Hall... I can do that. she thought to herself, then started to make her way to the City hall, hiding whenever she spotted something she didn't know what it was. It took her a little longer than Phil and his soldiers to reach the city hall, but she managed. Surprisingly she managed without getting hurt or killed by the creatures that caused so much trouble right now.

Once at the City Hall and once inside, the teenage Rookie went to find Agent Coulson who would be the Senior officer for her now, since Natasha didn't show. The fact that Natasha wasn't there did frighten Kim a little bit. She never worked with another agent before and she was just a slight bit nervous about everything right now. It would be the first time she was out in the field, getting some experience. But she had heard a lot of things about Phil Coulson. She knew that she could learn a lot from him, from any Agent that was with SHIELD longer than she was, really.

"Agent Coulson, Kim Possible reporting in." Kim said professionally, once she found him. "Where's Agent Romanova? I was assigned to shadow her on this mission."
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Guest on Fri Apr 04, 2014 7:33 pm

Winter sped down the roads of Cardiff, moving far to fast for reason's sake, and weaving in and out of the paths of panicked cars moving faster then they should. Not as fast as herself, of course. Leaning forwards, the winds streamlined off her back, rustling her hair in the back and plasting her bangs to her forehead in a remark to her speed. Leaning her weight into a curb, she blinked, eyes wide in shock in a split second.

The motor cut out.

The roaring stopped beneath her and she wasn't going to make the turn. Winter didn't have time for this! Didn't have time to panic! Forcing a clear head, she lifted her foot and slammed it into the exposed motor with a vengence. The motor screeched to life, and Winter looked up to see a building wall coming up fast. Wheels skid on the roads, and Winter bent her right leg up, kicking the wall away as the motorcycle came to it, skidding and sparking as it slid on the roads, trying for traction. Kicking the wall from her with a well timed movement, the motorecycle wobbled, its steering driving her nearly into several cars and various monsters. The wheels caught the ground, and she sped faster, Winter tore her gaze from the roads for an instance, looking to the motor worriedly.

That would happen again. She just knew it.

Winding roads held her attention once more, and exploding buildings often threw debris and toppled in her way, forcing her to have to change the path through the city. She wasn't in the mood for blaring, earth shattering music any longer, and found that simply slicing the monsters as she rode past pleased her slightly. Nothing really stirred her from her foul mood, despite the fact that destruction often held a smile for her, some entertainment. Violence and chaos decorated around her, painting the skies with screams and stringing along panic and fear to the buildings. Humans scattered like forgotten toys a few moments after a gift, and she supposed that were she in a better mood she would have quite enjoyed it a bit more. But, she forced a grin on her features.

Why be miserable, eh?

Laughing, she held the blade outwards, the blade biting and tearing through a Zygon cleanly. Trailing a foot, she turned the bike sharply and flicked a switch with a finger tip. Grinning up at the chaos around her.

Who said she had to sulk, hmm?

"Come on, boys! 'Tis rude to leave a woman waiting!" Winter mocked a forceful yawn, speakers starting a soft portion of a song from speakers along the bike. Hidden well, of course. But loud. Attracting once more the attention of the armies around her, those that were once slaughtering humans slowly lowered their meals and prey and victims, only to look straight up at Winter. Winter put an elbow on the handles of the parked motorcycle, one foot keeping it up haphazardly. Boredom and anger flashed through her features and she planted both feet upon the ground, moving forwards, peeling her lips back to bare her futurekind teeth.

"I SAID COME ON!!!" She screamed their way.

They didn't need a second moment. They charged, Winter sourly turned the bike, kicking from the ground and speeding down to the rift once more. Her face a dark one, and disinterested in the pain around her. It wasn't working. She just wasn't having fun anymore. And, above that, it seemed she'd lost her temper. Shut Up, by Simple Plan roared from the speakers, attracting attention from any who heard and Winter lead them towards the rift, taking unneccesary risks and paths that anyone else would have died in.

Really, how could she be a terrible driver when she could survive such things?

The risks pumped her heart slightly, and a slight smirk slid upon her features. A playful look grew in her eyes, and she found that the riskier, the more pleased she was. The Reapers were gaining, spiteful little creatures that were giants really, with the ability to fly, and with hands that tore one from all of time. Moving onto those around the victim, they were to keep time from tearing apart. Oh, and they loved things with age. Because, she supposed, age meant power. Screeching guitars boomed loudly, with a powerful drum beat and a yelling man for the chorus.

Winter wanted a risk. Plus, she needed to allow the straggling portion of the army to catch up. She believed that her own way was far more useful then just picking them off, one by worthless one. With the large numbers that the monsters were collected in, all of Cardiff and the nearby clans, er. Cities, as they were called here, would have long since been destroyed. Skidding into a warehouse, Winter forcefully turned the handles, stopping the bike with a jerk and turning it around in the same, smoky movement.

She watched as the armies piled in.

Daleks, Reapers, Cybermen, Zygons, anything she had ever seen before, plus a good many more. She waited and waited, fingers not even twitching towards the accelorator, and the song hitting a soft portion in the music. Forcing herself to be patient, she let them get closer, the head of which the Reapers.

And closer.

Even closer, the Reaper closest charged, arms set to tear her from reality.

Winter pressed the accelarator, expecting to zoom out of harm's way.

Nothing happened.

Ducking, Winter leaned the bike on one leg, and kicked it hard with the other, dodging furious grabs and as more of the armies piled in she looked up, hair falling in her face in exhasibation.

Maybe this was how she died.

The music hit the chorus, drums piling in and screeching guitars filled the air, looking up Winter calmly noticed even more monsters pouring in from above floor windows. This wouldn't be a bad way to die.

As good as any, she supposed.

Cold hearted, Winter watched time slow, the music fading to blurs and whispers, looking back towards the Reaper moving so very inch by inch like. Like it swam in something thick and condensed.

No one would miss her. No one would remember her.

Winter closed her eyes, tilting her head back slightly, expecting glorious death at last.

Her head fell forwards, eyes feirce with anger and a smug grin on her lips.

Oh, she chose life. Ducking beneath a reaper's arm, she tore out wires and rearranged them in seconds, burning finger tips with it's sparks but oh, it worked.

The engine growled, grumpy.

Winter sped out, just as the Reaper jumped to the spot she was merely a moment before. Oh, who'd want to die in a warehouse, killed by their own desire for risks by a mere army? No, that wouldn't be how she died, if she ever did. Her death would be as glorious as her life, if such things came her way. Winter leaned forwards on the motorcycle, weaving her way back to the rift and drawing the army behind her into it. The monster number was incredibly smaller now, and she noticed the poptarts man and armor woman talking for an instant, then rushing towards a beast. She doubted they'd seen her, and Winter rolled her eyes.

She didn't see why they didn't just kiss already. The tension was something worthy of legend

Trying a new road instead, Winter hopped off the bike in mid ride, letting it stumble and slam into the ground on its own accord, with Winter merely walking down a new road, unaware that it was in fact going to the north section of the city. Winter smiled, futurekind teeth showing when she saw the swords man. Drawing her sword, almost savoring the movement, she flipped Rynsam in her hand. Turning, she joined in the fight, albeit, she was across the street and down the roads. And well, as a woman, she supposed she looked better sword fighting then that, lovely handsome man. Winter thought, glancing over towards him with a flirty look almost.

Oh, it was a shame that all the handsome ones were taken..

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Don't worry about matching my length. Again. Winter got suicidal, then carried away, then got distracted by shiny handsome men.
Winter is playing Shut Up, by Simple Plan here
Once again, the louder the better and you MAY have to put it on repeat!
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Phil Coulson on Mon Apr 14, 2014 5:45 pm

Phil was holding up a rifle, and standing in front of the city hall, shooting at any hostile whom attempted to get close to the city hall. The city hall was currently being converted into a base of operations for S.H.I.E.L.D., S.H.I.E.L.D was also setting up a field hospital there for the wounded. Coulson looked carefully at his surroundings, this place was a mess, this entire city was a mess. T Hings were getting out of hand quickly, this situation needs to be controlled and the threats neutralized before too many innocent lives are lost due to inaction.

Once the perimeter was secured, Coulson walked inside the town hall and started to view the satellite footage of the location with a tablet that he was holding, it was then the rookie arrived and asked him where agent Romanov was. Coulson had no clue, but it seemed Romanov had gone dark, if she had, it must be something important. "Agent Romanov has gone dark, there are guns and armour in the back, take a rifle and put on a vest you will need it." Coulson said quickly, he was busy monitoring the situation, locating and redirecting any S.H.I.E.L.D agent that lost their way and warning the rest of the group if any enemy forces were approaching. "Agent, good job on getting here, you have talent, now you just need to learn how to use it." Coulson complimented, his eyes did not leave the tablet, and then he noticed a large group of hostiles approaching the city hall.

"INCOMING HOSTILES!" Coulson shouted to the other agents in the city hall, "GET INTO POSITION, WE MUST HOLD THEM OFF." Coulson then turned to the rookie and said "Hurry up and get your gear on, once you are done, get to roof, you will provide covering fire for any forces on the ground." Coulson then lifted up his rifle once more and started to climb his way up to the roof and once he was up, he saw a mass of monstrosities approaching the city hall. He also saw civilians running toward the city hall. "Provide covering fire, get those civilians in the city hall ASAP." Coulson said through the radio and started to aim his rifle and pick off the enemies one by one.
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Kim Possible on Tue Apr 15, 2014 5:00 am

Kim was glad that she had reached the City Hall when she did. Looking over her shoulder for a moment, she figured that if she hadn't gotten here now, she'd be in a lot of trouble now. However, she was a little insecure about Natasha not showing up when she was supposed to be shadowing her. At this point, Kim didn't know that she'd get a new Senior Agent in just a few weeks.

Looking back to Agent Coulson, she listened to what he said and then nodded a little. But wait... a rifle? That was new to the young girl, who had just entered SHIELD and started training. This was her first real mission outside of SHIELD and its training missions and she'd never really used a rifle before. She  had just started basic training in how to handle one. However, Kim quickly realized that there was no time to panic. She would have to use whatever bit of training she had and it would have to do. It would have to be enough to safe the lives of many people. Or at least keep those hostiles at bay.

Swallowing the small wave of panic, Kim looked back at Phil, a small smile appearing on her face, when he actually praised her work in getting her. "Thank you, sir." the teenager said, then the small smile disappeared and she was off to get a vest and the rifle she was supposed to use today. While she hurried to get those things, Kim started to get a little nervous about the whole thing. She thought she was supposed to shadow a Senior Agent, not act as if she was a full Agent already. But oh well, Phil was way higher in rank and those were orders she had to obey.

After the young redhead had put the vest on and the rifle in her hand, she already heard Coulson's warning of hostiles coming closer and then his orders to the other agents who arrived. She turned and looked over her shoulder and what she saw outside was enough to make her hurry even more. So, with the orders in her mind and the goal of helping to safe the world set, Kim started to run up the stairs and get to her destination: the roof of the City Hall.
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Re: Turning The Tide // Cardiff Bilgesnipe Mission // Winter, Constantine, Thor, Sif, Phil, Kim

Post by Guest on Mon Apr 21, 2014 3:53 pm

Oh, Winter wanted out, Looking around, she noted the decrease in the monster population, took notice upon the swordsman, the poptart man with a cape with his warrior friend. Winter noticed how she wasn't needed. Parrying, Winter fell to the ground, landing on her left hand and swinging her foot upwards and into the humanoid creature's face, knocking it back and tripping over it's own feet. Disinterested in it's appearance, disinterested in it's wails, Winter stood, stomping her foot on it's chest with a snap, breaking a few ribs in the process, and knocking the recovering creature back down on it's back. She raised her sword above it's head, and slammed it down with a jerk, hitting the creature between the eyes.

Immediatly, it went limp and stopped it's struggles, clearly dead and drenched in spreading red. Winter looked over at the swordsman who had so disappointed her, oh! A good flirt would have been nice. But, such a shy, underdevoloped man didn't hold her attention for long. Perhaps when he was something else, something new, something worth her time.

She doubted he had that ability, very few did. Laughing over her shoulder, Winter blew him a last kiss, intending only to meet him again when he lived up to her standards. Or perhaps he would simply disappear into the world, Winter frankly, couldn't care less. Slipping a hand into a pocket, she brought a black smoke bomb to her finger tips. Winter had only joined in this little mission because no one else had. Now, she didn't have to, poptart blondie and his girlie armoured friend were clearly attacking anything nearby. A very slow method, but no without it's charms. The same with the sword's man who bored her to the point of yawning at the thought of his name, he was doing the same.

Winter had seen a young teenager before, and looking around for someone too. Winter hadn't seen her since, so she supposed she'd either found the person she was missing or found someone to the same effect. Of course, Winter's heard tales of these, Avengers, and SHIELD agents from many passing comments from those having to have dealt with such things, and with occasional observation. There would always be a ironically hilariously badly named and inserted themselves in any and every situation upon the planet.

The white hair woman threw the bomb at her feet, with a spark, thick black smoke erupted in a column, swirling slightly in the winds around the woman until she was no longer visable. At this point, she slid a hand into her pocket, activating her vortex manipulator to take her somewhere new, somewhere better. Let them solve this one themselves. She was busy, men to flirt with, companions to find, havoc to raise. She threw her head back, ink black smoke clouding her features, and she laughed, voice cut out when it finally activated.

It was only the beginning!

The smoke cleared only a split second later to show the woman to have vanished.

-Winter's out of this topic, she has little interest to stay when she's not direly needed. Villian deep down and all~ This means Winter's out of this thread, but feel free to continue without me and her. I don't have the authority to end this topic, and I don't intend to XD
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