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Post by Emerl on Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:00 pm

School was such a boring thing. Girls and boys were surrounded by authority figures who, more often than not, did not care about you. They had their checklist and were off to complete their duties. What made things worse was the lack of students who noticed this. Everyone of them wanted to please the teachers or try and game the system for those small pointless benefits. They were all a bunch of sheep and it only pissed Emerl off. Sure a good 70% of that was because her feet burned all the time, but the other 30 was surely due to those sheep. So whenever the hopes of an aware student came around, the girl had to see it for herself.

One day, Emerl heard about this older girl who also disliked the SAFE classes, The girl knew she had to do some digging. While this was not the first person to actively protest SAFE, it was one of those few times that the person meant what they said. She was not a popular type, but she did not let people push her around. Rumor has it that before she had her powers, she would beat up supers. What made this better was that she did this in a secret underground cage fight.

Emerl could only fantasize watching unregistered supers beat the crap out of each other. Everyone there would probably hate authority and she would be free to do whatever she wanted. The lack of rules might even start some fights in the stands. It would be a perfect place to relax. Maybe she could even bring her new minion there and make some trouble of her own. Vex would totally like that, even if she didn't.
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Post by Whirlwind on Sun Jun 09, 2019 12:46 pm

For Aella things finally seemed to be back on track in her life. The annoyance of suddenly having to deal with an altered anatomy, in addition to the problems they had brought her. Her tail had originally thrown off her balance, but now she moved with a sort of easy fluidity, and Aella had learned already just how improved her physical abilities were, finding balance even easier than before the cat features had plagued her now.

A bit of experimenting proved just how acrobatic her movements now could be, and Aella had mixed feelings about the development. Especially now that her capabilities had been noticed by a few teachers.  It seemed there was a passive effort to push her towards the SAFE courses from a few of the more annoyingly devoted school staff members. Aella herself wanted no real part in classes that were meant to push non-combatants into fighting just because they happened to have powers. Sure only the first lesson was mandatory, but there were far too many students who were encouraged to become heroes, or pressured into it around them for her liking.

It wasn't the idea of heroes themselves, Aella's own code dictated she protect those who couldn't defend themselves but, the regulatory aspect and jealously guarded control over those heroes...as well as the SF's apparent bureaucracy bugged her. Not to mention the over reliance on powers many developed through those courses...not that the average street tough with powers was any different.

Aella stretched as she looked at her phone, a text with an image of a map marked with an X on a building not too far away. No other communication had ever been done with the number that had sent it, but Aella knew who it was and had found herself growing restless over it throughout the school day. She needed to test her new abilities, and the best way to do that was a fight where she'd be able to cut loose. The cat girl hadn't really been in any of these clubs since the assassination had taken place, where she'd had to fight at a disadvantage against an unusual opponent, but if anything the obvious lose bugged her further, and the catgirl hardly waited before heading out, not having decided a sports club to join yet. The catgirl turned down an alley, frowning as her keen hearing picked up something strange behind her. Hmmm….this could be interesting.

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Post by Emerl on Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:24 am

Emerl’s first objective was to get something that belonged to Aella. Lucky for her, she had the perfect little thief for the job.
“What do you mean you can’t come? Argh! We will talk about this later.”
Emerl groaned and stuffed her phone into a small black backpack. Her secret weapon couldn’t make it but hope was not lost. She just had to work a little harder and get other people a little dirty.

“I don’t have the key Emerl. I swear!” A thin girl cowered against a wall. Emerl slammed her hands behind the girl.
“Boring. You are boring me. Wouldn’t it be fun if your pretty dress was covered in mud?”
“Emerl, I swear! I don’t have it. The teachers took the keys.”
Emerl sighed before turning around to squeeze her fist as the itching spiked up her leg. The halls were empty with no teachers around but Emerl needed to be out of her shoes.
“Then how will I entertain myself. Oh… maybe I can do my art homework.”
“Fine… I will uh. I can get you into the locker room.”
“Thank you. Are we still on for next week's group project?”
“O-O-Of course Emerl.”
“Awesome. I might bring a friend. Oh and you might wanna leave before I change my mind.”
Emerl entered the room and was assaulted by the smell of sweaty clothes. No matter how many times she smelled rooms like this, she always wanted to vomit. This time was no different, until the girl found herself over a toilet. Emerl walked out with teary eyes and wobbled her way to the locker. It was locked, but it had a distinct smell, just like the other used lockers. It was the scent of a human, a girl who Emerl hoped was Aella.

After making another trip to the bathroom, Emerl started looking for the scent. Her antennas twitched but Emerl held down her headband. To hide her identity, she wore sunglasses, a white surgical mask, a black vest with a hood, a black grey short sleeve shirt, and black tight jean shorts. She was not wearing shoes but did not notice because she was focus on not forgetting the smell. After several minutes, she found a trail. Emerl was amazed at how sensitive her new sense was. Even though it was a curse, it was actually fun to follow a trail. Finally Emerl turned down an alley only to smell the source. Immediately Emerl ducked behind the wall. Her heart thumped. Sweat rolled down her face. Did the girl see her? Was she found out already?


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Post by Whirlwind on Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:35 pm

Somebody was definitely following her. Aella noted as she glanced back down the alleyway, though she hadn’t seen any confirmation. The catgirl didn’t really need to, already being able to hear the stranger, a single heartbeat that seemed to have been left frantic when she’d turned. Aella wasn’t particularly keen on being followed by some mysterious person, though she had some suspicions on who it COULD be. After all it wouldn’t be impossible for some would-be mugger to target her in this part of town, or a former opponent wanting to repay her for a loss.

The cat girl thought for a moment about what exactly she should do, knowing they were following her, and expecting a confrontation. She had an idea about what to do, altering her course while trying to make it seem she didn’t suspect anything. Stepping down a secondary path, rather than staying to her original course, this one she knew would take her to a fenced off area often used for street brawls. The owner of the building having more or less given up on chaining the door, she’d go through it acting as though it was simply a normal part of her route. If nothing else, a former...or future opponent from one of the clubs would realize the area was hardly the correct ones, being from similar circles as herself. If not well, it still made for a good place to force a confrontation, and she’d move to the side of the fencing to wait. Noting that the area was exactly as she’d recalled it being the last time she’d been here. The cat girl would wait a minute or two, listening to her prey’s footsteps to judge when the stalker was close enough.

Then she moved into action, using a trash can almost like a springboard to launch herself upwards, catching the edge of the fence and pulling herself up it in one smooth, swift motion. Leaving the cat girl standing on top of the fencing with a cat-like balance, staring down at whoever had been following her. Knowing she easily had enough training to get down and ready for a fight in a swift moment depending on who it was. Trusting not only in her new agility, which while helpful was no substitute for lessons learned from experience and practice. The powers simply made things easier and less of a risk. Though it still irked the martial artist that she didn’t feel she’d earned the inhuman agility. “Why are you following me?” whether she actually saw the stalker or not. Aella would jump down, using what acrobatic training she’d gotten in combination with her new found agility to land easily behind where she assumed her stalker would be.

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Post by Emerl on Tue Jun 11, 2019 11:34 am

Emerl waited against the wall. She could not smell the girl moving closer or farther. Her heart raced, every beat sounding off like a war drum. She could not imagine being scared. Her powers were well hidden and there were no known risk of exposure. Feeling a smile on her face, the girl quickly labeled her emotion, excitement.

Trailing an unknown girl was more fun than she expected. The scent was intoxicating and addictive as she continued to focus on it. Her head itched, but Emerl pushed down on her hood while inching closer to the edge of the wall. She was still in control, not her powers, not the curse. She was not going to breakdown in this invisible standoff. No matter what the girl did, she could not get away from Emerl.

Eventually the girl moved on, or so Emerl assumed, as the girl's smell grew weaker. Emerl peeked out, confirming her suspicions. While the girl was still within range of her antenna, Emerl preferred to follow the scent trail more. It was relaxing and much easier than trying to interpret what her antenna wanted to tell her. This led her to a weird alleyway with a chain fence. Poster like paper hid the other side but Emerl could still smell the girl. She was close. As she moved closer to the fence, she wondered what the girl was doing. Her answer would come as she heard the fence rattle.

An older girl stood on top of the fence. Emerl was caught. Sucking her teeth, Emerl prepared to flee but the older girl was running on walls and dashing in the air like a flea, no... SQUIRREL. Emerl froze as her eyes followed the agile girl. If she was not at risk of being beaten up, she would be in awe or yelling parkour. After a flip, the girl stood behind Emerl and her exit. Finally, the older girl entered a fighting stance.

“Damn it!” Emerl exclaimed as she took a step back. She was not a fighter, not a real one anyway. Ashley detested the idea of a proper girl getting into a fistfight and the few fights she did get into in school were with prissy girls who did not know how to punch. Emerl did have her powers but this girl was supposed to be able to fight supers without powers. Also, losing would put her at risk of revealing her identity. This meant the only option was to flee.

Emerl ran to the gate and pushed it open. Lucky for her, it was not locked. Slamming it behind her she looked forward and saw nothing but brick and wall. It was a dead end and unlucky for her, there was no way to lock the fence. So her only hope now was to hold out and pray the older girl just went away. It would not be too bad since Emerl could always trail her down later.
“You win… just go away!” she yelled from the other side of the fence.


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Post by Whirlwind on Wed Jun 19, 2019 12:01 pm

Aella blinked in surprise as she finally got a look at her apparent stalker, frowning and lowering her stance as the girl disappeared through the gate, lowering her stance as she realized the person obviously didn’t appear to be here for a fight...or at least it didn’t seem like it? Surely they would have just fought her then? It looked like it was just a younger girl, rather than anything truly threatening. Walking towards the door in the fence slowly and cautiously. She didn’t get why the girl had been following her, but figured she might have just had some innocent reason. As it was obvious the girl had to have been following her for SOME reason,

She gave the girl an unimpressed look as she seemed to panic. Not really feeling all that bad about scaring her a little, given she had been following her. The catgirl walked up to the gate again with an almost amused expression as the younger girl yelled out. "Jeez kid, i'm not gonna hurt you." The martial artist called out shaking her head. "But you really shouldn't be following people around like that." Aella frowned at the girl as she stared down at her, knowing she could have easily taken her on in a different way and harmed what it looked like was an untrained, unhostile person before she could see who it was.

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Post by Emerl on Tue Jul 09, 2019 10:24 pm

The girl did not leave. Instead, she just walked to the gate with a face of disapproval. Emerl could imagine Ashley giving her that look and it pissed her off. She gritted her teeth while holding the gate shut. Then the girl smiled after looking Emerl in the eye. Now Emerl just wanted to punch her in her smug face. Just because the girl knew some fighting style didn't mean she could look down on her. Also, she had stupid squirrel ears. Emerl was not going to fall for it. She was going to stand her ground and not move from behind this fence.

“Yeah, that's why you went into your stupid stance. I seen the Movies,” then Emerl took a deep breath, “and, I’m not a KID!”
Being a kid was another restriction, a sign that she could not be independent, or drink stuff. It was like being a lesser human or something.
“You can’t tell me what to do. So take your fancy dance moves and go away.”
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