Who: Steve Rogers OT Kate Bishop When: Jan 19th Where: Outside of Kate's home. What: After battling Nazis, Hydra, and the Red Skull, Steve faces his ultimate challenge. Trying to tell a teenager what to do.
Another day under the rule of Magneto and things still seemed to be fairly chaotic for most of the population, or at least those that didn't have the luxury of being under the tyrant's protection. Supposedly this new era where 'homo superior' sat on the throne was supposed to be a golden age, yet no one but Magneto and his subordinates seemed to be benefiting from it. Humans were obviously suffering, and hate crimes against mutant kind seemed to be on an all time high now that law and order was scarce. Though the Government had still left much to be desired in regards to mutant relations, they'd at least managed ( for the most part ) to keep groups like the Friends of Humanity from attacking mutants in public without severe punishment. The state of affairs in Magneto's nation was bad, and Steve might have actually gotten some satisfaction out of that if it weren't for the fact that it meant Americans; both human and mutant alike, were paying the price.
Up until this point, Steve's night had consisted of paying Tony a visit, patrolling a few parts of town, and of course talking to other members within the superhero community about their long term plans against Magneto. It was more than just coincidence that brought him to the Bishop estate though, having heard about some youngsters opting to take action against the Friends of Humanity reminded him of one of the kids that made up the partially sanctioned Young Avengers team, Kate Bishop. The girl was easily one of the more skilled and impressive members of the team, abilities or no she seemed to have something that was exceedingly difficult to find in even adult heroes; the ability to lead. Still, she was young and he wanted to make sure she didn't get any ideas about striking out against anyone at the moment. Rogers was in costume as he walked up toward the estate, seemingly disregarding the fact that the unmistakable star and striped threads could have attracted danger.
The vibranium shield strapped to his back might as well have served as a target to any member of the Brotherhood, but he felt it was important to wear the costume. The people had to know that even if their country might have been under the control of a madman, it didn't mean the spirit of their nation or those that would fight to liberate it had given up.