She couldn’t bring herself to protest. For the first time in long weeks or months, she felt a flicker of hope.
So are we going to get Carol’s triggering here too? Because if so, things are going to have to go back downhill a bit.
Darkness reigned over them for a few seconds as Sarah stopped to catch her breath.
Carol tried to stand and found her legs were like spaghetti noodles.
Watch out for dogs on romantic dates.
She was so busy trying to maintain her balance that she almost didn’t see.
Didn’t see what? The glowing weapon in her hand?
The man who’d brought them the food. He stepped into the doorway and raised one hand. A gun.
Oh. Hi there.
Surely you’ve seen the state of your comrade?
The report of the handgun was deafening after such a long time in the quiet room.
Is this where the shields come into play?
Or did Photon Mom’s kids get that from their father? I forget.
But they weren’t hurt. Sarah had raised her hands, and a glowing, see-through wall stood between them and the man.
So has Carol triggered just now too, after all? Sarah’s got at least three powers, maybe two if the shield is somehow a variation on the lasers, and there’s reason to believe that multiple people triggering at once can cause each to develop more powers.
Although that doesn’t necessarily mean it has to be in the same exact moment. The Dandelions seem to plan where and when they’re going to be there to trigger someone, so maybe you could end up with additional powers because someone’s about to trigger?
He’d tried to attack them? Carol couldn’t understand it. He was the one who’d taken care of them. When he’d appeared, she’d been happy. And now it felt like that had been ruined, spoiled.
Yeeeah, he was never actually caring for you more than he had to to keep you alive, was he?