@superstay: But Luke and Aragon are regarded as impeccably pure boyscouts.
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@superstay: Dave, Jade, and the Doctor are all heroic.
But it's worth noting that Dave and Jade are more Fantasy/Sci-fi heroes with superpowers than superheroes.
I don't recall anyone giving Luke Skywalker crap for blowing up the death star or Aragon crap for slaughtering Orcs left and right.
"+hows it going jade+" He said over his Shade's instant messenger, his text as red as his eyes.
"+oh you know giant hellbeast who wants to kill us same old same old!!! ill be done soon love you bye :D+" She texted back in green
"+love you too babe+" He messaged back as Jade teleported out of the way of the hellbeast's attack. Whomever made this thing really knew what they were doing, but she was used to fighting enormous creatures by now...she noticed that it seemed to be ignoring the gravity increase she put it under, and her scientific mind soon put itself to work.
She knew that the creature was large and extremely powerful. Whomever made it had a personal vendetta, and definitely had the power and desire to try and at least stop them from her goal. It wasn't likely to be a creation of the black hand's, as they wouldn't reveal their hand so quickly. It was too organic to be the protectorate's, the forces of Chaos would have done more damage to reality by just being there, the Hierarchy would have made it clear if they were attacking the earth, and the Thoughtsin would have infected everyone in the area.
She honestly had no idea whose work this was and that upset her. She did not like to not know who was trying to kill her. It made planning difficult and it made her feel unhappy that people would try and get in the way of the eventual defeat of the Fallen one. She could explain that she was trying to make sure that the baby would be raised safely and away from humanity by an even more powerful reality warper...but she didn't think the creature was listening.
She considered her options. She did not know enough about the creature to get into a direct fight, and the barrier made simply nuking it from orbit a non-option, as was the option of just going all out; which would likely destroy everything for light years around. She had to contain herself.
She also noted that the creature seemed to be getting stronger, which seemed like a smart way to deal with the fact that as a primalborn herself, *she* got stronger with her emotional state and the passage of time over the course of a battle. Which meant that if she were to end this before the two combatants could deal catastrophic damage to the planet, she needed to act quickly.
It may have been big, but she was a master at changing weight around. And even something as big and powerful as it would likely have trouble if she, rather than fatten up the thing with increased gravity, simply lightened it to the point where any motion at all would send it flying wildly off course unless it acted with as little strength as possible.
She then reduced gravity to a mere billionth of it's normal strength on the hellbeast and then had a massive pillar of earth shoot up with railgun like velocities to give it a push into the air, where she summoned up a bunch of balls of dirt and juggled them into the air a bit before condensing them into tiny pellets of degenerate matter.
A teaspoon of this degenerate matter would be weigh as much as a train full of bricks, meaning that they were now smaller than specks of dust. But of course, bullets don't even weigh a single kilogram. By condensing their mass, she increased the effects of surface gravity on them to the point that so much matter at such tiny points would tear the creature apart.
Then she decided to defy the laws of physics and increase their size and mass to the size of bullets and the mass of said trains. Continuing to juggle these bullets, she then shaped them into shurikens and flung them outwards, their monomolecular edges garaunteeing that they'd cut right through just about any armor, while the shurikens, going at 30% of the speed of light, would hit with enough force to cause planetary extinction events had she not concentrated the force squarely onto the cutting edges of the shurikens.
This would both cut out the collateral damage and greatly magnified the colossal amounts of hurt they'd do. She surmised that as a data construct, while it was capable of converting anything into data and thus fuel, an impressive ability that she'd love to talk to the maker about, it had to be vulnerable to information corruption.
If only she had a giant god damn magnet...
@lady_grimm: "Chica, I've seen things that would blow your fucking mind. Some broad who needs a tan with fake ass boobs ain't shit. Oh and protip: Eat a god damn sandwich." The thirteen year old quipped as he attempted subtly altering time's flow around him, making it seem he was going super fast when in reality he was just altering time to make everything slower than syrup on a cold day to him. He left an after image of himself that would make the motions of firing and even appear to fire an arrow at her.
Anticipating that she would probably anticipate such a move, he repeated it with five other after-images, and fired for real as the third "image". To make it worse, the other arrows would still hurt as they were rapidly compressed air, making one feel like they've been punched in the gut, though they wouldn't cause much more than bruising at worst and perhaps fool her into thinking she's been hit or successfully deflected the arrow. There were in total, six real arrows and twenty four "illusionary" arrows who's firing was staggered for maximum confusion with no real obvious pattern.
@feral_nova: Not knowing a head of state of a major country is pretty ignorant. :/ Other than Obama and Queen Elizabeth, I can't really think of a more well known Head of State. But I'll drop it now before I start on a rant on why ignorance is the cause of most of the world's ills.