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One's moral compass (Kool-Aid/Pinnacle)

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Post by Kool-Aid on November 20th 2017, 9:24 pm

It was once again a late night for the teen renegade known as Kool-Aid, who was currently alone in his vigilance of the wider world. He'd been given some information about a human trafficking ring, from someone who'd he'd saved previously. They had family coming over who'd been caught up in the same type of thing she had and Kool-Aid offered his assistance to help save them and all those taken by this ring, the information was sound but Kool-Aid wanted to check it out before he went full force into the place. He was sitting across the road on another building surveying the warehouse across the road from him, he hoped his white attire didn't make it to easy to see him but he needed a little more information.

He'd been there a while and had spotted several people coming in and out of the entrances who didn't seem to fit with the usual worker type, plus he'd done his research and the place wasn't actually actively open for business. So all these people were not even remotely legitimate in any sense, he'd used his parkour skills and made his way over to the building using various equipment and devices that laid around to make it to the roof. It wasn't all that guarded, for a country that so many heroes these traffickers weren't very smart in their security. Kool-Aid looked through the skylight window, one that was cracked open which allowed him to hear what was going on as well.

They were looking at two open shipping crates that had armed guards station at them, Kol-Aid knew from previous experience that those would be where the people would be and the higher up people were looking into them making jeers and surveying their "product" only caring about the state of their being if it affected the final sale not whether they actually needed food or water. Kool-Aid had a hard time holding back from the disgrace of human nature, having already opened several packets of Kool-Aid ready to tip them into the building to be used for his initial assault.
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Post by Silver Scion on November 20th 2017, 10:46 pm

Night had fallen in the city, but for Pinnacle and his enhanced vision that gave him a full view of the Electromagnetic Spectrum, it seemed to him to be as bright as ever.

There were so many colors that the rest of the world missed out on... At times, it would make Pinnacle feel sorry for everyone else if he thought about it too much.

But the night and its beauty would have to wait. Pinnacle was, after all, on a mission for ECLIPSE.

It wasn't difficult locating the man he was after... His white suit practically blazed with light beneath the glaring gaze of the moon, and his unassuming frame belied his genetics and aura, which were much more powerful than said frame would show.

And indeed, his genetics were powerful. In fact, he recognized markers for a sort of invulnerability mixed into them. He had seen these markers and variations of them many times over. It was almost a staple of the metahuman world. That said, he also noticed markers that he had never seen before. At least, they were barely recognizable. It was some sort of power to externally manipulate something... A "somethingkinesis" if you will, but for what, well that was currently unknown to him.

Well this should be interesting. He thought, floating behind a nearby building and gazing through it to examine the man before him. A child, really... The boy was genetically in his preteens or so, and he bore no genetic marker that spoke of immortality and the like, so Pinnacle presumed that his physical appearance matched his age.

Still, for his age, his neuroanatomy was that of a genius. Likely in the 5/7 range according to the International Supers Organization intelligence ranking system. His muscles, though slight, were toned, implying that he was fairly physically active as well.

The boy was not the only thing of interest nearby, though.

Pinnacle was also here for the human trafficking ring that he could see was being run from inside the nearby warehouse. Indeed, he had spotted it long before approaching the boy, his sight, expanded as it was, made it difficult for him to miss anything, let alone these loud, obnoxious men that taunted and jeered within its walls.

Presently, the boy began to parkour his way over to the warehouse nearby. Confirming Pinnacle's suspicion that he had come here to stop the ring of human traffickers as well.

The Silver Scion sighed to himself, noticing the electrical activity in the boy's brain and the adrenaline in his blood. He was certainly not here to simply observe this ring. However he intended to do so, he intended to stop this ring in its tracks, and Pinnacle presumed that his methods, being that his mind, spirit, and body were in such a state, would not be without their hostilities.

Thus, he floated in complete silence through the air until he had landed with all the force of a hummingbird feather next to the young man, observing that he had begun to open some packets of Kool-Aid.

Is that... It can't be his external manipulation power... He thought. ... But just in case it is... He thought to himself, incorporating those particular genes into his own temporarily.

Now, if he does try to go too far... I should be able to stop him...

And with that, he tapped the man on the shoulder...

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Post by Kool-Aid on November 20th 2017, 11:21 pm

Kool-Aid sighed as he wondered what his entrance strategy would be, he couldn't come in all blazing despite his feelings about all this wanting him to do so. As he got close to the window, ready to pick his targets or better yet protect the innocents first. As they'd become hostages or targets once he was noticed, someone tapped him on the shoulder. Kool-Aid jumped, knocking two Kool-Aid sachets into the open window thankfully it was only the powder and not the containers themselves.

He turned around to see a hooded guy that looked like he belonged on a Canadian video game, signs a little then remembering the Kool-Aid he grabbed control of the powder and stopped it from falling. Thankfully it hadn't gotten too far down, he brought back up and had it form around his wrists before slowly closing the opening window so they weren't heard. "Sneaking up on someone whose attempting to remain stealthy isn't wise, what if I made noise and alerted them.

Those innocents down there could've been killed, so there wasn't any evidence and I won't have that. Now who are you and why are you interrupting me, can't a guy observe and take down a trafficking ring without being interrupted"
expressed Kool-Aid at a low enough volume not to be heard by those below but enough for mister hood before him to be able to hear. His tone was partially calm with a slight amount of aggravation which calmed down near the end of his words to sarcastic humour.
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Post by Silver Scion on November 20th 2017, 11:45 pm

"Quantum State Translation coupled with Merkavic Channeling." He replied to the young man before him in a normal voice, not bothering to whisper. "No one can hear us at all. Even with super hearing, there are no sound waves to hear, they do not escape the invisible bubble around us before I store the energy of their vibrations back into myself. Stealthy as can be."

He eyed the man before him. Though he was just a boy, his eyes bespoke of an intensity and maturity beyond that of his frame.

He spoke after a moment: "Son... I've taken down many rings like these in my time... I've both seen men die, and I've seen the men that killed them... Do you mean to tell me why you have the look on you of the latter?"

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Post by Kool-Aid on November 21st 2017, 12:11 am

Most wouldn't understand what the man had said but Kool-Aid wasn't like most people, even though the man went on to explain things anyway. "You didn't need to explain things, I'm well versed in many pursuits" replied Kool-Aid as the powder that he'd called back continuously flowed in a circle around his wrists slowly.

Kool-Aid gave the man a glare that showed not just a hint of angry bit more then a tinge of his honour being questioned, though he wasn't a registered hero he was nothing like his grandfather. Who had not only ordered the death of people but talked men, women and children into committing mass suicide. If he could scrub his genes clean free of the man, he would in a heartbeat.

"Don't assume, based on something akin to facial structure. I'm disgusted by the actions of those below, but I don't take lives. That's for villains and criminals, and you assault my honour by claiming otherwise" expressed Kool-Aid who'd come right up to his person and looked right at him as he said those words.

He then turned around and looked back into the warehouse, thankfully they hadn't started selling the girls nor were they wanting to test them out. "So big guy, what's your business and can we work together to help these people and get these guys in jail or is this your way of showing me I'm in your district or some such. I don't care if I am mind you, I'll do what's right regardless but please do state your business before sunrise if you could" added Kool-Aid knowing that at any moment the girls below could be harmed in more then just a simple bullet to the head.
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Post by Silver Scion on November 21st 2017, 12:27 am

Israel nodded with a slight sigh of relief before very gently causing his feet to leave the roof behind and floating into the air in the lotus position, his elbows resting on his knees.

This boy... This man... He really was versed in many subjects if he understood what merkavic channeling was. Plenty of intellectuals of the world had no idea what a merkavah even was.

"Not at all, young master. I wouldn't dream of wrongly insulting your honor. My sincerest apologies." He replies honestly, straightening out and bowing in genuine respect.

"I'll simply watch, if you don't mind. Perhaps you may benefit from my help and I from yours?" He says matter-of-factly. (There is no patronizing in his voice.)

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Post by Kool-Aid on November 21st 2017, 12:56 am

The man went into lotus position as he continued he didn't seem to be much of a speaker, only commenting at best two full sentences but that's fine. "Thank you for your understanding" he replied to the man's comments on insulting his honour and even bowed so out of respect he bowed back.

"I have no issue with working together, people can't move forward without help from those around them" he coined as he turned back towards the window and opened it once more but this time. He made it large enough for him to slip into, he looked back at mister hood "Wish me luck or join in, the time is now" added Kool-Aid
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Post by Silver Scion on November 28th 2017, 1:50 am

Pinnacle nodded, phasing through the roof while sending a band of "cloth" from himself down to wrap around each individual who had met with such terrible fates as to have been taken by this human trafficking ring.

Each cloth would project its own merkavah, through which the energy from bullets and other projectiles sent in their direction would be stopped dead. Even the kidnappers themselves would be powerless to enter the bubble without having their own energy of motion drained, freezing them in place.

This was a necessary precaution since he was making himself known to the men.

"Good afternoon, gentlemen." He said as he floated down, hands clasped behind his back. The men were now no doubt looking up at him in surprise or perhaps alarm or a bit of both.

He breathed in before continuing. "It's good to be free, isn't it?"

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Post by Kool-Aid on January 12th 2018, 12:59 am

Kool-Aid had dropped from the high ceiling with a simple drop and a slight pose as he landed, his invulnerability making it so he wasn't hurt from the drop and as he stood he observed Pinnacle's actions. Which kept the innocents from being harmed and probably more effective then his Kool-Aid would be.

But that wouldn't mean that he wasn't going to do anything, using the other open packets of Kool-Aid he had already opened above and which hadn't been circling his wrists. Kool-Aid had the powder and Crystals flow along the ground and set up near the feet of the crooks, they'd make small little objects that looked either simple or trap like.

Nothing lethal and would likely only be noticed if the crooks tried to make a run for it, the powder around his wrists was ready for it they decided to attack instead. "Yes, home of the free and land of the brave they say. Now these people, fresh to our shores deserve to live that life don't they. Now the only question you need to ask yourself is this, do you want to go to jail the easy way or the hard way" expressed Kool-Aid as he waited in a ready pose which ever side they choose to take.
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