Chapter 10: The end of the war

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"That's my secret, captain." He turned back and looked at him in the eyes. "I'm always angry."

(Continuing)

He turned into the hulk and punched the snake with all his might, probably. I still have no idea how much power he has. He succeeded in stopping it, but the tail fell forward toward us.

"Hold on." Tony shot it and it cut in half.

I pulled Natasha into an embrace and shielded her from the falling parts. But captain protected us with his shield anyway.

A rush of relief flowed through to my mind when the snake died, but it soon disappeared when more were coming out.

"Guys." Natasha alerted the team.

"There're others who want to join the party." I stared off at the incoming war snakes.

"All right, listen up," Captain ordered. "Until we can close that portal, our priority is containment. Barton," he called out to Clint. "I want you on that roof." He pointed to a skyscraper. "Eyes on everything. Call out any patterns and strays." Clint nodded and then cap turned to tony. "Stark, You got the perimeter. Anything gets more than three blocks out, you turn it back or you turn it to ash."

"Can you give me a lift?"

"Right. Better clench up, Legolas." He grabbed Clint and flew up to the building.

Captain continued with his plan and this time, our parts. "Thor, you got to try and bottleneck the portal. Slow them down. You got the lightning. Light the bastard up." Thor waited no longer after he got his role and swept into action. "You and me," he pointed at me and nat. "We stay here on the ground. We keep the fighting here." I nodded and clenched my fists. It turned ice and I whisked out two daggers.

"And hulk," he perked his head up, "Smash." He grinned knowingly and jumped into his field.

"Now time to dance."

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Now it's a little too much dancing...

We kept on defending the ground, killing as much as we could, but they kept coming over and over.

"Captain, none of this is going to mean a damn thing if we don't close that portal." Natasha spoke about this in a tired tone.

"What do you suggest we do then?" I questioned as I slitted its throat and kicked it to the side.

"Our biggest guns couldn't reach it."

"Maybe it's not about guns." She suggested.

"You're gonna need a ride then, nat." I threw my daggers at one of their stomach and commented as they screamed in agony before collapsing.

"Got that checked out. But I could use a boost."

"I," I blocked its attack and elbowed it before stabbing it and twist. "Volunteer."

"But are you sure about this?" Captain asked in concern. Aww how sweet.

"Yeah, it's going to be fun."

I positioned myself and signaled her over. "Come at me, widow."

She ran and jumped on my hands before I threw her into the air.

"Captain, Frost, the bank on 42nd past Madison. They've cornered a lot of civilians in there." Clint's voice rang threw the comms.

"We're on it." Cap replied. "Let's go, Frostbite."

"Yes, sir."

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We bursted through the window and rolled a bit before landing. I scanned the room and found three aliens. One holding a bomb.

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