batsonthebrain Agents of shield atla au bloodbending
In the beginning Jemma had never thought of it as more than an academic exercise, a way to further examine and learn the human body. But then there is an attack and a man is standing over Skye with a knife and May is on the floor, bleeding and Jemma knows she’ll never get there in time but she reaches towards them, hands stretching out, clawed in desperation and…
In superstition and folklore bloodbending is an evil, corrupting force. But it’s the same part of her powers that she uses every time she taps into a patient’s body to heal or study. It’s silly to put aside a tool because of children’s stories.
Besides, aren’t her teams’ lives more important than her own clear conscience?