1. No matter how much the bad guy taunts me, I will not go into his subconscious with him in an attempt to Heal Him.
2. I will not leave the youngest, most inexperienced member of my super elite hero force to guard the castle/headquarters/dangerous prisoner. I will leave the meanest sumbitch on the team, armed to the teeth.
3. I will not show my enemies mercy if they suddenly look Human again at the last minute.
4. If a member of my team forgets my name or suffers a sudden personality change, I am locking their ass up.
5. And I will not let the youngest, most impressionable member of the team, who worships the ground said personality-switched hero walks on, guard them.
6. The penalty for stealing the super duper cool sekrit heromobile, to go joyriding in, is death.
7. Fighting fair is for pansies. If the bad guy drops his sword, it sucks to be him.
8. I will not use close-range hand-to-hand outmoded methods of self-defence when a Glock could do the job.
9. After killing the villain but before turning to deliver a witticism or moral lesson, I will stop and check for said villain's pulse.
10. The cellblock where I am keeping archnemeses of my less-mentally-stable superhero team members will be strictly off-limits to said team members.
11. Reformed evildoers never are.
12. I will not keep the evil robot for study. I will disassemble him completely and melt down the components which make him Intelligent and Evil. The rest of him will be used to make toasters.
13. The computers which hold the personnel files and security codes will not be the computers which are connected to the internet.
14. Emotionally damaged street urchins are cute, mischevious, and prime candidates for orphanages where they will sing merry songs about their hellish lives. They are not appropriate sidekicks.
15. I will use my superhuman powers to discover the weaknesses of newspaper editors with vendettas against me and blackmail them into silence. Because I'm the good guy goddammit.
16. I will not allow the use of a giant fucking searchlight when the commissioner needs my attention. He has my mobile number.
17. If I have a superhero alter ego, I will not date investigative journalists.
18. I will fight crime in an outfit that conceals me from my enemies, rather than one which draws attention to the target that is my yellow-spandex-clad ass.
19. I will not set traps for the evildoer using myself or my loved ones as bait. This Does Not Work.
20. If there's no body, the bad guy is not dead. No. Really.
21. I will not sleep with people whom I suspect to be evil. If a spouse or other loved one turns out to be evil, I will not under any circumstances allow them to Explain Themselves. They are going in lockdown.
22. I will not snog anyone while in-costume.
23. Especially another superhero.
24. Especially one of questionable moral standards.
25. When I feel the need to drop a load of existential hero angst, I will do so to my cat, and not bore my date, manservant, sidekick, or enemy with it.
The Archive was early for her rendezvous with Kincaid and she was well aware of it. Like, a lot early. And since it was Chicago and there always seemed to be danger here (or always when she was here, at least), she decided to stick to familiar territory.
McAnally's pub. The meeting location, at least. - If nothing else, if something happened, Kincaid would most definitely show up here and be told.
She turned her thoughts away from that. Generally, it was still neutral territory here and... most sides still respected that. Most of the actual trouble happened other places.
A long line of her predecessors were rolling their eyes at how jittery she still was. Some of them had been through worse, technically.
But not as the Archive.
Even though she knew Mac had recognized her and would have had no issue giving her an ale, Ivy still chose a soda. She'd be legal for drinking soon enough. She didn't feel the need to stretch the rules, even if she could.
So there she was, a blonde sitting by one of the thirteen columns, sipping a coke. Looking at the fireplace, mostly, but in a way that she could keep an eye at the door.
Your result for The Attachment Style Test...
39% Anxiety Over Abandonment and 57% Avoidance Of Intimacy
You prefer to be alone, without strong emotional ties. You know from experience that people usually leave anyway, and that it's probably best that you don't get too attached. You prefer plenty of alone time, and have learned to entertain yourself. Part of you suspects that this is more to protect others than yourself.
Fictional character with whom you might identify: V (V for Vendetta), Rogue (X Men)
|Other Attachment Types:|
|Secure:||The Unicorn|||||The Cuddleslut|||||The Free Agent|
|Preoccupied:||The Cling Wrap|||||The Squid|||||The Insect|
|Fearful:||The Doormat|||||The Leper|||||The Exile|
|Dismissing:||The Hermit|||||The Stone|||||The Player|
Rogue? The touch that kills?
2. Are we friends?
3. Do you have a crush/attracted to me?
4. Would you kiss me?
5. ...with tongue?
6. Would you enjoy it?
7. Would you ever ask me out or go out with me if I ask you out?
8. Would you make a move on me in a movie theatre?
9. Tell me one odd/interesting fact about you:
10. Would you take care of me when I'm sick?
11. Do you want to tell me something that you couldn't before?
12. If you heard a rumour about me, would you defend me?
13. Do you think I'm a good person?
14. Would you let me sleep with you (in the same bed)?
15. Do you think I'm hot?
16. Would you call me just because?
17. Would you ever listen to my problems even if they don't involve you?
18. If you could change anything about me, would you?
19. Would you have sex with me?
20. Would you come over for no reason just to hang out?
21. What do you like most about me (looks and/or personality)?
22. Will you post this so I can fill it out for you?