((I was told that I could join in, I hope that's okay!))Alice walked over to the two boys a concerned look on her face as she held a baseball in her hand. Several people stepped away from her as she walked in, however, beyond that there was little reaction. She then extended her arm to them showing them the ball. Based on her calculations and observations it had to be one of them that had thrown it. She didn't seem the slightest bit phased by anything the two of them were doing. "I'm guessing that one of you threw this ball." She informed them bluntly, looking them both over. "You nearly hit my little brother in the head, be more careful would you?" She asked them, hoping that that would be enough. She was sure that if she hadn't been there to catch the ball it would have knocked her brother out cold, he was a fragile boy after all.
Alice's expression softened into a warm smile, "Well, of course, it's not like I just walked into an academy filled with superheroes to be!" She teased, now seeming far less stern in attitude. "Alice La Fleur, nice to meet you." She introduced cheerfully smiling
Alice furrowed her brow at his mumblings. "Five percent? Five percent of what?" She questioned curiously, giving the baseball a quick glance. She was also curious about his power, it took some decent strength to throw a ball like that.
Alice nodded, "Why not, Perhaps I can show you some of mine as well!" She chirped, wondering what he could do. She herself had obtained a few powers on top of her own because of her Observing Excellence ability, several of which weren't particularly great so she'd simply show off the better ones.
Alice was stood next to him a smile on her face as it soared through the air, she appeared completely unphased, even her hair stayed in place. Her own strength along with her complete control over every part of her body made it far easier to stand there than it would for most others. "Cool!" She exclaimed, fascinated by his power. She targeted the ball as it flew away, beside her a small floating orb of green light and then fired off a blast of bright green energy from it, the power she copied from the villain, Meltdown. The ball disintegrated mid-air. "There, this time it won't come close to hitting anyone." She declared cheerily. "Does that power affect all your physical abilities?" She asked him curiously, now facing in his direction.
"My power allows me to copy and perfect anything I observe. That was the power of a villain named meltdown." Alice stated peppily. "In all truth though, that wasn't a very good display of it, you can show me yours in a moment, but first..." She began as the air around them warmed up. Green energy arced around her body, causing her short hair to blow around. "Flash." She said, matching Deku's smash. Several students stepped away, despite being a bit less out of place the potential her powers had still intimidated most people. She extended an arm as all the energy quickly flowed to her palm before emitting a green blast that blacked out the sun in the area, lighting everything with a green glow. It sustained for a moment before dissipating. The skies were now clear and free of any clouds, but it was also rather dry as the heat it produced completely vaporised all the water in the air. She then straightened out her clothes before turning back to him, "Much better!" She chirped, more able to accept that as a showing of her power. "You can go now!" She told him taking a step back in the process.
Alice sprung up, however, hers was less destructive, leaving the ground untouched. "Very impressive!" She responded using a normal tone before rotating herself in the air allowing her to gracefully dive to the ground, land on a single hand and then carefully let herself down. She displayed no effort, having such abilities come naturally to her.
"Well, um there really is only one way to show you my main one..." She said hesitantly. She thought about the best way to show it. "What is your power called?" She asked him inquisitively. She wouldn't be able to properly display its use unless she knew his power's name.
((I'm off to bed now, I'll be back tomorrow, good night!))"No need to worry, as I said, my power copies and perfects." She told him dismissively. It was what made her power such a terrifying ability against anyone regardless of who they were. "For example," She said, picking a rock, approximately the same weight as the baseball, "Smash!" She shouted, matching his earlier throw. She once again blasted the ball reducing it to dust. Afterwards, she returned to her normal standing position. "That's the reason that I was able to beat supervillain Meltdown, obtain university degrees, outdo a scientist's life work in five minutes and get recognised as a prodigy. Even if I did get hurt I have complete and utter control over the most minute bodily functions, I wouldn't even feel the pain." She explained quickly. This power whilst amazing had also been the cause of much grief for her, many people thought her a monster because of it and many people hated her for having it. She remembered the faces of scientists and mathematicians when six-year-old Alice put them all out of work by solving all the equations and theories they were developing. "My physical form is also immune to most any beating that's dolled out." She added very matter of factly. "According to most people, I'm not even human...' She muttered her gaze becoming more distant. It was the one thing that ever got her down in the entire world.
"Well thank you, it's appreciated!" She exclaimed in response, quickly changing her mood. Alice was glad that someone other than her brother wasn't just going to treat her like an oddity. Her goal was to help people, she had been given a gift, no matter how awful it could be at times, and she was intent on using it for good. In her mind, she needed no help so helping others was really the only purpose she could give herself. "Well, I think we've drawn a big enough crowd." She remarked, noting the people who had gathered to watch their display of powers.
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