>First question: Am I a superhero now?
Follow-up question: Do I get to choose my superhero name or does the public choose that for me?
Unrelated question: I think I might need glasses now. Can I please get some cool looking glasses that match my superhero costume.
>Oh, I forgot to mention, if she going to be our friend, we'll need to call her that new nice word we learned "whore", correct?
“Ummm Dr. WHORE do I get to be a superhero! Do I get a cool superhero name?! With a cool super team?!?!?!
“No” She replies, her face wrinkling in confusion as we call her mom’s special word.
(Lord...she must have learned that from her mother....)
“Although....we do assign our rangers color coded names, with you as our newly enlisted “junior ranger” we’ll give you some equipment to help you handle yourself”
(probably glasses for a start…)
“In the meantime” she says while pulling something out of the pockets of her jacket
“You can have this...it’s what we use here to communicate with each other.
(Since cellphones are so damn expensive.)
She offers while handing us a tiny device.
“ it can only fit a limited amount of contacts at a time so you’ll have to be careful about who you choose.”hugs and kisses she gives is a bit overbearing.
“Your gifts, while extraordinary, are not particularly rare. About 30% of the people who work for the CCPD in fact have abilities like yours. Like my assistant Blanche over there!”
She says while pointing to the lady at the door.
“She can make strong “””””goos””””” to trap or mend people’s injuries.”
(It’s pretty gross once you actually realize what it is…)
“Hazards are called hazards for a reason, even though they give you superhuman-like abilities they also come with harsh detriments. If not treated both the strengths and hindrances you have will mutate to become much more severe.”
(Like your vision…)
“What kind of research were you doing? How’d the rats get out? Are you gonna excrement me?”
We quiz her in rapid succession
“No we won’t exterminate you or your friends, We were researching how hazards develop, we’re not entirely sure actually, perhaps it's some sort of virus, but it only seems to affect beings. Your rat friend was a little too smart for our security and staged a miniature coup a couple weeks back.”
"If that's all your questions dear, we really should go and see your mother. (she's not exactly a patient woman.) we can't have your little friends scurrying about so we can leave them with my assistant."