Stirling City Stories

Stirling Heroes #63
Sandy: Aftermath

Following the saddening news at the end of the debriefing from Strong-Man (as Flicker was persuading HuBot to get away from the other heroes before he said something insensitive where they could hear him), Thorn was approached by Lieutenant Champion of the US Army (as well as a number of non-descript soldiers). It came as no surprise to Thorn when Lt. Champion asked, or demanded, that she turn herself over to him. While mentally contacting Shadow Stalker for back-up, Thorn refused to go quietly and prepared for combat.

With an expertly rolled jeep tyre, Shadow Stalker was able to knock down Lt. Champion, briefly distracting all of the soldiers standing with him and giving the teleporter a chance to whisk Thorn away to safety. But he hadn’t realised that Lt. Champion was being covered by more than half a dozen snipers who immediately began shooting the two heroes full of sleep darts.

Reacting quickly, HuBot got to Thorn’s side as Lt. Champion regained his feet, but was then ordered by the officer to grab Thorn (which he’d already done) and follow. Luckily Frostbite then showed up and told HuBot to get Thorn to safety. Faced with conflicting orders, HuBot did the only sensible thing: he jumped onto his rocket-gun and roared away to the secret base.

While Frostbite quickly captured Lt. Champion, Agent Gibbs had begun stumbling across concealed snipers and was soon making short work of the soldiers hidden amidst the rooftops. However, neither Frostbite nor Agent Gibbs were able to prevent Shadow Stalker (who had been knocked out by the sleep darts) from being hand-cuffed and dragged away.

Frostbite began tearing away down the street with soldiers chasing him, carrying the complaining Lt. Champion under one arm. He managed to lead the soldiers away from where he’d last seen HuBot (not that HuBot was there any more) and then was able to lose them completely before making his own way to the secret base.

Agent Gibbs, having taken out a few snipers eventually fell afoul of a sleep dart himself, but managed to regain his senses only moments after he’d been hand-cuffed. With the element of surprise, Agent Gibbs shrugged out of the soldier’s arms and leapt to freedom… or would have if his powers weren’t being nullified by the handcuffs. Luckily the fall from the rooftop didn’t hurt Agent Gibbs too badly and he was able to limp away (still hand-cuffed) before the soldier had followed him down from the roof.

Shadow Stalker eventually revived to find himself handcuffed and under guard. With a little effort he was able to teleport himself free of his bonds (overpowering the nullifying properties of the restraints). Before heading to safety he also managed to pick up Agent Gibbs and help the other hero escape from the unknown streets.

Back at the base, HuBot has been talking to The Arc-Angel, filling him in on what had been going on for the last few days (The Arc-Angel had been pretty pre-occupied with his sister). When Frostbite arrived with Lt. Champion, The Arc-Angel revived the soldier, who then explained again that he only wanted to bring Thorn in for a peaceful discussion. Thorn still doesn’t trust him.

After discussing the situation with Thorn, The Arc-Angel and Shadow Stalker teleport Lt. Champion back to Fort Claybourne, where they are able to speak to General Douglas (the base’s commander). He is plainly unhappy with how everything has transpired, but is unwilling to discuss any details with either The Arc-Angel or Shadow Stalker due to them not having clearance. Eventually they are able to arrange a meeting between the US Army and Thorn (being mediated by the MRC, whom Thorn would trust to be impartial), to be held on-board the MRC’s Sky-Eye.

Several days later, the Stirling Heroes teleport up to Sky-Eye and Thorn and HuBot are allowed into the meeting room (the others were denied access to the classified nature of the talks). Shadow Stalker, of course, immediately began spying on the meeting using his ESP.

The US Army representatives (who were three generals that Thorn had never met before, as well as Lt. Champion) explained to Thorn that although they had initially wanted to arrest her for the damage she’d done to The Bunker, they had now uncovered the depth of Dr Parnethakera’s plan (it turned out that Thorn and Bramble had only gone crazy because of the continued doses of enzyme, which had been altered by Dr Parnethakera to induce psychosis). All charges against Thorn were to be dropped and she was being given the option of either: a) honourable discharge, or b) redeployment to a new unit that had been put together to replace Project Mind Shadow.

Thorn asked for time to think about it and asked to speak to Captain Bernadette Foster (her handler). The army agreed to give her one week…

HuBot #5
Sandy: Against the Giants

Having been frozen in place by The Snowman (see Stirling Heroes #61), HuBot found himself unable to react when Ice Giants began exploring the subway station. This may have been bad enough, but then they broke his hand off while separating him from his multi-gun (well, the hand grew back, but that’s his multi-gun) and, believing him to be a statue, they then took him off through a magic portal to a land of snow. They were treating him as some sort of trophy.

Eventually he managed to crack through the icy shell keeping him immobile, but then HuBot needed to escape from this Ice Giant who was watching hundreds of other Ice Giants walk through a shimmering magical portal. Luckily the giant was slow and so HuBot was able to walk away from him comfortably and began looking for his multi-gun.

Flicker, of course, was being particularly unhelpful while this was going on.

HuBot soon found a pile of broken crap (light, a petrol generator, a rubbish bin, etc.) being guarded by two giants who thought he was a Goblin. Fair enough. When he tried looking through the crap pile, however, one of the giants grabbed him (they were pretty strong) and then took him off to where the Goblins were supposed to be waiting. The Goblins didn’t think he was a Goblin, but they thought it was all great fun and so they gave him some nice furry armour and a pretty cool battleaxe. Nice people.

Armed and armoured, HuBot returned to the junk pile (which was, the Goblins assured him, where giants kept loot) to look for his multi-gun once more. The Ice Giant guards still didn’t like this, but he was able to evade them this time (they were so slow) and, using the power of axe, he was able to reveal his multi-gun (and hand) hidden within the pile of junk!

Armed properly once more, HuBot (with Flicker continuing to offer helpful observations) kept evading his growing number of Ice Giant pursuers while he liberally scattered the marching column of giants with grenades. Then, with mere seconds to spare, he used his rocket jump to leap above the reaching, axe-swinging giants and swoop through the portal… just before the entire hillside exploded (and it really exploded) and the portal snapped shut.

HuBot then discovered that there were a large number of Ice Giants in the subway station and someone had blocked the exits with cars. Weird. Luckily the giants were ignoring him, thinking he was a Goblin, so he was able to start chopping into the cars with his chainsaw without them getting in the way. Of course, when they saw what he was up to they even began helping him (now assuming that he was a helpful Goblin clearing the path for them). Once again HuBot put down a ground covering of grenades before escaping the subway, which (as one would imagine) was soon reduced to a smoking crater.

While most of the Ice Giants were now either trapped in the subway or blown up in the subway, two had managed to clamber free of the blast. Briefly the two giant warriors faced HuBot, who demanded that they surrender. They looked at each other and then surrendered. (At which point Flicker complimented him on gaining a new achievement – “Captured Captives”.)

HuBot, with his two Ice Giants (who were called Sveln and Njordos), was eventually able to rejoin the Stirling Heroes (who had been defending a hospital or something, but they didn’t have any conscious captives).

Stirling Heroes #62
Sandy: Invasion of the Ice Giants

Thorn made her way towards the flickering blue-white light so as to better ascertain what it was, only to find a shimmering portal with Ice Giants stepping through it from somewhere else (probably wherever Ice Giants come from). Seeing this she immediately contacted Professor Atom for his aid in shutting down the portal and then contacted Shadow Stalker for aid in getting out of the dark subway. Up on street level, where Frostbite was using his powers to recover, Thorn set about waiting for Professor Atom…

Meanwhile, a recovered Agent Gibbs had made it to the North Central Subway Station but had (of course) found the Stirling Heroes already gone. A short commlink conversation later and he was soon swinging his way towards the heroes’ new location.

By the time Professor Atom arrived, Shadow Stalker had been force to begin plugging up the entrance to the subway station with nearby cars to prevent the ever increasing number of Ice Giants from getting out. After a brief discussion with Thorn concerning what she saw of the portal (while Shadow Stalker used this time to build up further car barricades to prevent the Ice Giants from just walking up to the next station), Professor Atom determined that they were dealing with a magical portal, something he would have little chance of affecting. So, while Frostbite tried to get in touch with White Lady, Professor Atom put in a call to Water Sprite (via her husband Scarlet Streak). Seconds later when these two heroes arrived, Thorn explained the situation to them and Water Sprite was forced to admit that it sounded like it was beyond her capabilities. Before they could think about contacting anyone else (which would probably have been The Eagle), Scarlet Streak (who had been continuing to help those around the city with his super speed the entire time) alerted everyone to the Ice Giant invasion that had begun. The Ice Giants were suddenly pouring out of five different subway stations (the actions of the Stirling Heroes had meant that it wasn’t six subway stations) and were starting to wreak havoc across the city. Already the MRC was beginning to teleport into the city in great numbers and the entirety of The Heroes’ League had just shown up.

After a brief conference it was decided that the already injured Stirling Heroes should go and join Night Target in protecting the Stirling General Hospital, which was in the path of a group of Ice Giants. Night Target welcomed the addition of more heroes (he had been wondering how he was going to stop fifty or one hundred giants with just his pistols), but no sooner had the Stirling Heroes spread out to prepare for the giants than the previously hidden Hunter (!) shot Night Target in the head!

Without a sound the veteran hero fell to the ground dead.

Leaping into action, the Stirling Heroes attacked Hunter, bringing him to the ground and battering him considerably before Frostbite ended up throwing him at the lead Ice Giant (he missed). And then the Ice Giants were on them. Shadow Stalker used his possession ability to sow confusion and chaos within the ranks of the Ice Giants, while Thorn chose her targets carefully and tried to put down as many as possible. Frostbite, in his typical fashion, charged the enemy head on and many of the Ice Giants met their end that day beneath his slashing icy claws. Agent Gibbs, on the other hand, used his superior agility and accuracy to nimbly move in and out of the Ice Giant line, attacking his targets and then retreating out of range. Despite their best efforts, however, they were only four against nearly overwhelming odds.

As Hunter regained footing, Shadow Stalker possessed a nearby giant and threw the murderous villain once more, this time knocking him unconscious against the side of a building. Despite this momentary surge of hope however they knew their moments were numbered as Frostbite succumbed to a sea of flailing axes. Then the heroes discovered the giant’s leader, Njord, and were able to focus their attacks on him somewhat (unaware that the MRC had landed a block away and were slowly making their way through the remaining Ice Giant troops towards the hospital). Carefully Thorn scampered around, evading the wild attacks of the Njord while trying to land telling blows of her own, until eventually the giant collapsed to the ground and Agent Gibbs, Shadow Stalker and Thorn were able to breathe easier for a time.

With the hospital safe, the Stirling Heroes were finally able to receive medical attention. The MRC secured the unconscious Ice Giants and their leader Njord, as well as Hunter. Within a short amount of time news began reaching the hospital (mainly via the MRC) that the battle was won and the Ice Giants were retreating. Within the hour they all received confirmation of this from Scarlet Streak, as he ran around gathering up all of the various heroes that were scattered around the city for a debriefing.

Strong-Man and Gallant addressed everyone concerning the details of the Ice Giant attack, which had been led by Jack Frost. Jack Frost had been defeated by Strong-Man, which is probably the only reason that the giants had eventually retreated. The assembled heroes took the news of Night Target’s death badly after this, but worse was to come. A battered and bruised Blur (who had been waiting in safety at The Heroes’ League HQ in New York) suddenly arrived. He told of how The Major had led a raid against their HQ; how the veteran hero Toxic Fumes had been killed by the murderous android; and of how the armoury of The Heroes’ League had been raided.

Stirling Heroes #61
Sandy: Beneath the Streets

After recovering from their injuries, the Stirling Heroes resolved to approach the East Central Subway Station from a neighbouring subway station (as per HuBot’s recommendation). Before they headed off (having rested at The Arc-Angel’s base), Agent Gibbs was forced to excuse himself, having discovered that his body was exhausted after his unusual exertions (he’d never left the lab before). HuBot, however, had been able to reboot Flicker and also Shadow Stalker had been able to join them, so their numbers were still (kind of) the same.

Reaching the North Central Subway Station, the heroes immediately realised that the water logged subway lines would be freezing cold. Luckily, Shadow Stalker knew just where to pick up some cold weather gear and wetsuits and so shortly the Stirling Heroes were on their way. As they had feared, the subway tunnels were filled with chilling water, but Thorn and HuBot were able to shrug off the effects with the aid of her “borrowed” clothing. Frostbite (and Flicker), of course, didn’t mind the temperature at all, while Shadow Stalker just followed their progress with his ESP from somewhere comfortable.

Eventually they came to a massive wall of ice blocking the tunnel, so while HuBot began slicing his way through it, Shadow Stalker investigated the other side. Here he found an Ice Giant, which he was easily able to possess with his newfound psychic prowess. Using the Ice Giant’s mighty axe, Shadow Stalker was able to speed things along by hacking away at the ice wall on the opposite side to HuBot. Unfortunately, just as they broke through, the Ice Giant threw off Shadow Stalker’s possession and they were forced to fight the creature, luckily being able to fell him easily.

Further along, they were attacked by a group of Yetis, but apparently their natural invisibility didn’t protect them in the dark tunnels and the heroes (who could all see in the dark fairly well) were able to deal with them quickly.

Continuing on along the iced over subway tunnel, the heroes soon came to a roaring blizzard, somehow being generated within the tunnel itself. Once again Frostbite was able to suppress the blizzard conditions. Ahead they could then make out the subway station itself, covered in a fine covering of snow and being brightly lit by several floodlights (that were being powered by mobile generators). Knowing that there could be Yetis hidden in the well-lit snow, Frostbite and Shadow Stalker headed to take out the generators while HuBot laid down some covering flash-bang grenades. Thorn, meanwhile, was still suffering from wounds suffered earlier and so tried to provide support fire as best she could.

Although it looked like the Stirling Heroes would be able to quickly defeat the Yetis, they couldn’t to counter the sheer savagery that the beasts could summon. Which was nothing compared to the added danger of The Snowman, who lent support to his minions by hampering the heroes’ movement and visibility. Both Frostbite and Shadow Stalker soon found themselves down and almost out, although Shadow Stalker was able to teleport them both to safety. Thorn was able to utilise her healing serum to regain mobility, but was then cruelly injured once more. Lastly, HuBot (and Flicker) were able to chase down The Snowman, who (having run out of minions) was running for safety. Unfortunately, The Snowman proved more than a match for HuBot, leaving the synthetic humanoid trapped in a block of ice while he continued to make his escape.

Below, on the now dark subway station, Thorn continued to hobble her way towards the exit. Then, in the distance, she caught sight of a dim, flickering blue-white light…

Stirling Heroes #60
Sandy: The Snowman

The Stirling Heroes were a little surprised about The Arc-Angel’s decision for a replacement in Agent Gibbs, but they accepted the talking gibbon as one of their own. With Thorn now nominally in charge of the group they wasted little time in heading back out into the city in response to a report of strange formations of ice around Stirling Park (not ice formed by Frostbite).

Shadow Stalker was able to teleport everyone else to the park before he headed off to keep helping people stranded following the storm. The remaining heroes quickly zeroed in on an ice encrusted bank, where they were surprised to find a small group of large, white hairy creatures that bore a passing resemblance to Frostbite (but weren’t in any way related). HuBot could speak to them in a language that they spoke and although they seemed quite civilised they wouldn’t cease they raiding. With no other recourse, the Stirling Heroes forcibly stopped the Yetis (for lack of a better term) from their task (losing Flicker in the process), but soon discovered that even when unconscious the creatures emanated an aura of extreme cold! While Thorn began suffering from the cold, they arranged for Shadow Stalker to move some or all of the Yetis to the base (which lasted as long as it took Shadow Stalker to start getting too cold, and for The Arc-Angel to realise that the cold surrounding the Yetis was permeating the containment cell area).

Luckily, Thorn had already learned that the Yeti’s leader, The Snowman, was lairing at the East Central Subway Station, so they headed straight there. As they got near their destination, they found that the whole area was enveloped in a swirling, frigid snowstorm. With a little effort, Frostbite was able to bend the cold to his will and cause the snow storm to quiet down, allowing the heroes to approach the subway with ease… until Agent Gibbs felt the dozens of Yetis, invisible in the snow, all around them!

With HuBot laying down grenades and the Yetis attacking viciously, things looked both explosive and grim for the Stirling Heroes, but eventually they were able to stand victorious over their opponents. As they stood regrouping, with Thorn and Frostbite somewhat injured, the swirling snowstorm started up once more.

Knowing that they needed to spend some time recovering, Thorn called in the location of the Yetis to the MRC before getting everyone to pull back to safety (or at least warmth). HuBot then suggested that for their next foray they should approach through the subway tunnels.

The Arc-Angel #9
Sandy: Enter Agent Gibbs

With Ange Tron captured and the victim of demonic possession, Alec Tron came to the following conclusion: he couldn’t abandon his family when she needed him. So he knew that while Ange Tron was in trouble, The Arc-Angel couldn’t help Stirling City in its hour of need.

But his weeks of biological experimentation had been for a purpose such as this (not only for fun) and so he brought out one of his creations. When next the Stirling Heroes had gathered at the base, The Arc-Angel explained his decision and introduced everyone to Agent Gibbs!

Agent Gibbs is a sentient gibbon, enhanced by Alec Tron’s experimental (and probably illegal) procedures.

The Other Guys #10
Sandy: To Save the World

Having helped make Hunter’s Dojo secure, which Alice Hunter was grateful for, The Other Guys had proceeded to help out the citizens of Stirling City where they could. Being without Obfuscate (who’s show was playing a limited season in Las Vegas and was currently unavailable) or Blue Steel (who they hadn’t heard more than a few sentences from since she “helped” the Stirling Heroes out a month or so back) meant that the others were limited in their options, but they still made the most of things. Burnished Dawn was indispensible in healing the injured; The Black Ghost could easily walk through collapsed walls to reach people trapped inside buildings; and Lightning Hachi was kept busy fetching supplies and scouting out trouble. All in all they were doing good.

It was in the midst of this that a man, Bob, walked up to Burnished Dawn and asked for the assistance of The Other Guys in saving the world.

Once The Black Ghost and Lightning Hachi had returned Bob went on to explain that he had seen a dark time coming. He had seen the city reduced to smoldering rubble and the people of the earth led away in chains. He hadn’t seen everything, he claimed, but from he had seen he knew that to stop this they had to rescue Nova from Dynamic Solutions. Bob then explained that Dynamic Solutions was a scientific research company in Stirling City and that Nova was, form what he remembered from a few years earlier, a young hero.

Agreeing too help, The Other Guys sprang into action. Lightning Hachi began by scouting out the outside of Dynamic Solutions. He found it to be a fortified structure more akin to a military base than a research facility. There were guards around (wearing armour similar to that worn by The Larston Guardian) and they carried strange bulky looking guns.

When they got closer, The Black Ghost then scouted the inside of the building (well, the two basement levels at any rate). He found more guards and heavy security features as well as several prisoners. The first two (each held in a separate cell) were Professor Emil Erhardt and Professor Takinawa. Both looked worse for wear and Professor Erhardt claimed to have not even known he was in Stirling City. The other prisoner, held in a bizarre contraption by his hands and feet, was Nova (or so The Black Ghost assumed).

Their first plan was to teleport in and grab the prisoners and escape, but Burnished Dawn soon discovered that she was blocked from teleporting inside the building. So their second plan was for The Black Ghost to disable the building’s power supply so that Burnished Dawn could then teleport in and grab the prisoners. Lightning Hachi was to provide support to Burnished Dawn.

After a bit of a false start, with The Black Ghost almost being caught by guards, The Black Ghost was to figure out that Nova was being used to power the building. He was then able to roughly disguise himself as a technician so that he could close enough to pull a thick cable out of the back of the bizarre contraption holding Nova. Immediately the lights flickered and died and Burnished Dawn teleported herself and Lightning Hachi to within a metre or so of The Black Ghost.

Then the guards, who were not hampered at all by the darkness or by Burnished Dawn’s blinding light (when she raised it) began attacking. Miniature rockets came firing out of the guard’s bulky looking guns, hitting the heroes (only) and incapacitating Lightning Hachi straight away. Burnished Dawn and The Black Ghost fought well, but in all too short a time they too had fallen before the overwhelming firepower at the guards’ disposal (fire power that greatly resembled the power of a multi-gun, if only The Other Guys had ever seen one in action). They were knocked down and they were restrained with power dampening devices.

Outside, Bob nodded and headed off into the city. Everything had turned out as he knew it would.

Frostbite #1
Sandy: Tangled in the Undertow

While ensuring that the New Larston Bridge remained sturdy following Superstorm Sandy, Frostbite took sad notice of fresh bodies showing up. These bodies weren’t all tumbled around and only looked a little dishevelled, so Frostbite found it hard to believe that they were victims of the storm. They also seemed to make a sort of trail.

Leaping from dry point to dry point, Frostbite made his way upriver for maybe a mile until he caught sight of a man holding a young woman’s head underwater. In anger he leapt to attack, grabbing the villain in his strong arms to prevent any further actions. To his surprise, the man’s form changed to water and he flowed out of Frostbite’s grasp and then returned the attack, all the time demanding to know what Frostbite was in strangely accented English.

They fought for a few moments, but eventually the villain slipped away into the still swollen river and disappeared, leaving Frostbite to make sure that the rescued victim was all right.

Later, when recording the encounter for the Earth Front databases, Frostbite would discover that his opponent had been none other than the mysterious Undertow, a cold hearted killer who had never been caught.

The Arc-Angel #8
Sandy: Street Demons and Surprises

While aiding those injured by the ravages of Superstorm Sandy, The Arc-Angel was alarmed to hear a collection of gunshots going off. They sounded not far from where he currently was so he set off to see if there was a problem. Flying swiftly, he soon found the source of the gunfire. A group of more than twenty young men were gathered on a roof listening to a strange demonic woman telling them to go and murder in her name. Before the men could do as the demon commanded, The Arc-Angel swept in and lay about with his lightning, felling the criminals before they could do more than scream: “For the Street Demon!” Such was the ferocity of The Arc-Angel’s attack that he was even able to overpower this Street Demon before she could counter-attack.

The situation contained, The Arc-Angel contacted Shadow Stalker to help him to transport the demon but before his eyes she transformed from the unconscious Street Demon into the unconscious Ange Tron (his sister)! Without explaining everything (not that he knew everything to explain anyway), The Arc-Angel then got Shadow Stalker to teleport himself and Ange Tron back to the containment cells in his base (Shadow Stalker then went off to get HuBot’s assistance in taking care of Street Demon’s minions).

When Ange Tron regained consciousness, she claimed no knowledge of what had transpired (and, grudgingly, The Arc-Angel believed her). She was, however, quite put out at being held captive by a “hero” and threatened legal action from her brother when he discovered what had happened.

Stirling Heroes #59

With Vaigraz free and in space, the Stirling Heroes settled down to life as usual…

The Arc-Angel spent time keeping a close eye on The Linebacker, who continued to show signs of alien possession.

Frostbite split his time between observing the Stirling Heroes and fighting alongside Earth Front (the Sand Warriors were thwarted several times).

Shadow Stalker began flexing his psychic muscles… and enjoying the perks that his newfound “muscles” gave him.

Thorn kept a low profile, when not asking around town (to those she could trust) to see what she could find out about the military’s search for her. Eventually, she even enlisted HuBot to go down to Fort Claybourne to ask her handler a few questions, but he ended talking to General Douglas (the guy in charge of the whole fort) instead. General Douglas was able to provide a little information, but was mainly keen on making HuBot understand that Thorn would have nothing to fear from the army. He was lying and HuBot knew it. Eventually, Flicker persuaded HuBot to leave General Douglas’ office before anything bad happened.

When he wasn’t helping out Thorn, HuBot was: playing games; patrolling the city; making videos. The videos he made (the first was incomprehensible to anyone except HuBot) were for internet distribution. They were made to alert people to dangerous levels of ineptitude being displayed by the MRC. His second video was proving quite popular (and was much better made than the first), although he had yet to hear what the MRC’s opinion of it was.

By this time October was almost gone. Reports of Hurricane Sandy approaching the coast finally reached The Arc-Angel (who had been very busy researching) and so he asked Shadow Stalker to take him (and HuBot) to have a look at this hurricane. After a few moments he agreed that it was quite powerful and they returned to base.
Residents of Stirling City had been instructed to evacuate the city and, following this good advice, Thorn and Frostbite relocated to Freedom Base. The others remained to ride out the storm in the base.

Sandy arrived, making the ocean surge before it and causing millions of dollars worth of damage. Power failed throughout the city and many people who had thought to easily ride out the storm were left terrified, wet and cold in the aftermath. Once Sandy had passed, however, Shadow Stalker, HuBot and The Arc-Angel immediately emerged and began lending assistance wherever they were needed.

The Arc-Angel was able to provide much needed medical assistance, while Shadow Stalker could easily transport those who were stranded back to safety, beyond the floodwaters (which covered a good portion of the city). HuBot was also able to transport those stranded. Once Shadow Stalker had teleported them back to the city, Thorn and Frostbite also helped out, with Frostbite creating ice bridges and supports to help people and to stabilize damaged structures (including the New Larston Bridge). The Arc-Angel also sought aid from one of the few locations to still have power, Dynamic Solutions, but the armed and armoured security guards on the roof of the building were unable (or unwilling) to offer any aid to those in need.

Finally, HuBot was able to prevent Lord Calamari (and his goons) from looting a flooded warehouse. The pathetic villain was soon back in custody.


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