“What do we do?” Daisy asks breathlessly. “He’s made an atomic bomb and we can’t get close enough to shut it down.”
“We call (Y/N),” Phil declares and Daisy’s eyes widen.
“You really think it’s gotten that bad?” Daisy questions and Phil nods.
“We need her help.”
Two sharp raps on your door yank you out of the Harry Potter world and into reality.
“Miss (Y/L/N),” the new directors voice calls.
“Come in!” you invite and he opens the door. He looks serious and desperate.
“We need your help,” Director Mace says and your blood runs cold. If they need your help it must truly be a dire situation.
“Let me get dressed,” you mumble and slide off your bed. Director Mace nods and leaves you be.
Shuffling to your closet you pull out your catsuit and domino mask.
Time for Lucy to come back out.
You aren’t called into the field unless it is an absolute emergency, your powers are erratic and extremely powerful.
When you aren’t stopping world ending scenarios you’re working on Agent Morale for the Director.
“So I walk in, disable the bomb, extract Robbie Reyes, and arrest his uncle?” you remark.
“Yes,” Director Mace confirms and your stomach twists. “Fitzsimmons designed this box to hold the uranium.” He hands you a bulky briefcase and nods.
“I’ll be back in ten minutes,” you grumble and stroll into the building.
You’re instantly met by ten armed men.
Closing your eyes you let your mind open and your powers flex out. With one wave of your hand they all fall to the ground unconscious.
Walking through the building is easy for you.
You have full use of your brain giving you amazing skills such as telekinesis, shape shifting, mind reading, mind control, time control, and more. The downfall of your powers is that they can lash out unpredictably and they can destabilize your body to the point where you can become nonexistent.
You stroll into the main part of the building where Eli Morrow has the bomb making Eli whip around to face you and Robbie Reyes weakly look up.
Robbie is trapped in a radiated box around the bomb while Eli torments him.
“Who are you?” Eli demands.
“Lucy,” you answer and hold up a hand. It’s all too easy to reach into his mind and shut it down temporarily. He falls to the ground allowing you complete access to the bomb.
“From Shield?” Robbie croaks as you approach him.
“Yes, I’m going to shut off the pain center in your mind and pull you off those spikes,” you inform. With just the lightest concentration you reach into his head and numb the brains pain center, then you pull your hands back and use your telekinesis to pull him off the spikes and set him on the ground in front of you. “Next I’m going to speed your healing process.”
Robbie stares at you in awe as you wave your hand over his torso making his wounds close immediately.
“Are you inhuman?” he whispers in shock.
“No, I’m a brain experiment gone right,” you answer nonchalantly and step into the irradiated box around the bomb. You are unaffected by the radiation as you walk through it to get to the bomb.
Holding out your hands you cautiously pull the uranium out from under the bomb switch. It takes intense concentration to withstand holding it with your bare hands but you do it.
You can feel your molecules separating as you stretch the limits of your abilities.
Once it’s out you summon the radiation safe box from the van outside and place it in.
“Lets go,” you tell Robbie and step away from the radiation.
“Why don’t they use you all the time?” he questions incredulously as you leave the building together. You drag his uncle behind with your telekinesis as you walk.
“My powers are dangerous and if I use them too much my molecules separate and I disappear,” you explain and hold up your free hand to show him the increasing transparency of your skin. “Not to mention I’m not an official agent. I only came to Shield because the team rescued me.”
Robbie says nothing more and as soon as you clear the building agents swarm you.
“Good job today (Y/N),” Phil praises as he peers into your infirmary room. After every mission you do Simmons has to stabilize your atoms in the infirmary.
“I don’t like this Phil,” you deadpan and he frowns. “I don’t like the new director, I don’t like all this security nonsense, I don’t like Shield when I’m not with you and the team.”
“I know, I miss the way things were too. Just please be patient (Y/N) the team is coming back together. Daisy is an agent again so she’ll be staying,” Phil tells you and you inhale deeply.
“I’ll be patient.”
You’ll just wait until your team is back together.
I wandered alone to the forest one night Led by a music strange to hear And followed the glow of a shimmering light That seemed to grow distant as I grew near.
The woods were alive with the fragrance of spring But winter was everywhere clear to see The moon shone bright and a bat on the wing Beckoned me closer and said to me:
“A clearing close in the forest you’ll find A fabulous banquet, a fairy ball If you close your eyes and you open your mind The veil disappears and you’ll see it all”
Come and play as the wild fairies play In a magical circle, a fairy ring You won’t want to leave and forever you’ll stay Where the vision is bright as spring.
Come and dance the wild fairy dance Spin in a circle as fast as light Once you begin you are caught in a trance And the world can grow old in a single night.
When I closed my eyes to the shimmering light All memory faded and I could see That a mushroom circle of red and white And myriad fairies surrounded me.
Beyond all space and beyond all time On gossamer wings did the fairies fly With a joy unknown to a music sublime The fairies danced, and there danced I.
“Those who seek us surely find us See the trail we leave behind us Some bewildered, some enlightened Some are brave, some are frightened Are we kind or are we vicious? Nectar poison or delicious? That, my sweet, you will discover Fairy foe, or fairy lover"
I wandered alone to the forest one night Led by a music strange and clear If you happen to pass when the moon is bright And the veils are thin you will find me here If the veils are thin you will find me here.