Power and Consequences

Session 1

Adventures in archeaology

Wednesday started bright and clear, not a cloud in the sky. Cassus woke early and went to school in his electric car. meanwhile, Bailey Ann woke late and arrived five minutes late to class. This Wednesday was “Field trip day”. The Idaho Natural history museum sponsored this field trip to ancient Native American ruins. Over thirty seniors packed into the bus and headed out to the excavation site. when the students arrived they were split off into groups and were shown around the site. shortly into the day as the students were discovering the “joy of learning” there was a loud and terrible explosion from the most recent dig area. a large dragon-like beast charged out of the excavation, blood from it’s first victims dripping from its claws. ripping into the shoulder of the Archaeologist and attacking the other students. at this time one of the artifacts urns on a nearby table exploded in a wave of golden light and suddenly the heroes had powers, for which they had no knowledge how to use. floating where the urn had been was a scarab made of gold.

Bailey Ann immediately fled the monster attacking, running at speeds that she could not understand, stopping in shock at her sudden burst of speed and energy. Cassus, in shock, used his matter manipulation to swiftly change the beast to stone and bury it in the earth(which he changed to wet cement). both of them immediately try to save the downed Archaeologist, calling the police and an ambulance. when the cops and EMTs arrive the beast explodes out of its rocky prison. Cassus shouts for the Police to stop the monster as Bailey Ann rushed the dying man to the EMTs. As all this was happening fire blossomed from the monster engulfing Cassus in a napalm like substance. As he fell to the ground coating himself in water he created using his power, Bailey Ann charged the beast and punched it backward with a strength she had never imagined before. thinking quickly she rushed to Cassus pulling him from the water, and running away from the beast as it crawled away into the woods…



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