|(Placeholder) (therealcptnmrvl) wrote in newalliance,|
@ 2012-05-09 10:09:00
|Entry tags:||captain marvel, invisible woman, mr. fantastic|
Who: Carol Danvers and open to Reed Richards and Sue Storm (Richards?)
NPCs: Lab Techs, Other Military Personnel
When: June 21 2006, I think - [backdated like woah]
Where: Area 51, Nevada
What: With Carol locked up because of possible radiation poisoning, Reed and Sue are called in to clear her for active duty.
She had been in the plane when the turbine that had been created from the alien tech had gone nuclear. She had been in the plane when it exploded, with everyone watching in horror as one of their pilots (and billion dollar prototypes) just blew up. The fallout that it had caused had been so great that, for the first time in its history, the entire facility needed to be evacuate until a containment crew could investigate and clean up the mess. They weren't expecting to find much at the crash site, certainly not a body and certainly not one in tact. Imagine everyone's surprise when Carol had been discovered buried beneath a pile of rubble with not even a scratch on her. Alive!
After reviving the Major, she had been more or less compliant with Area 51's decision to keep her quarantined until they could determine what exactly was wrong with her. She really had no other alternative. Disobeying direct orders would be seen as insubordination and an attempt at escape was treason. Even for someone that could punch their way out of a containment cell. Which, if today was like yesterday, she was pretty sure that she could still bench press a tank. And if she was poisonous this was the best option, she didn't need to be on the loose causing innocent people, civilians, cancer.
They kept her cozy, in between tests, as cozy as a reinforced lead box could be. No one got in or out without the proper clearance, not like she had many visitors. Most everyone stood outside while they conducted their tests to determine her new skill set. Carol had been in quarantine a little more than a week and she was getting very restless. She didn't know what was worse, being captured and tortured in Afghanistan or waiting to hear that she had cancer with only days left to live.
They told her "specialists" were here to help her, she heard "oncologists." Preparing for the worst and releasing some of her tension, Carol was doing push-ups while she waited.