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Blood of the Angels: MetaHumans  |Watty's 2016|

Blood of the Angels: MetaHumans |Watty's 2016|

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Fallen Angel By InsertRandomUsername Completed

Three kids were taken and submitted to torturous experiments. These experiments proved successful and the three kids evolved to something more. Something deemed unnatural yet powerful. With these newfound abilities they are forced to be soldiers.

Tai. He was the first successful MetaHuman. With abilities that allow him access anywhere and a charismatic attitude, he is naturally looked to as the de facto leader.

Aisha. She was the second MetaHuman. Her powers allow her to see something most people try to hide. Aisha is carefree in nature but with a personal connection to Gene Corp. , can she really be trusted?

Raphael. The third MetaHuman. Raphael's powers lend to his already angelic like presence. But with two very dark secrets, he is something more...something darker and more menacing.

They thought they were the only MetaHumans but with the arrival of three extremely powerful MetaHumans they are no longer alone. Join them as they realize the world around them is in a constant battle between two forces considered to be nothing more than religion based beings with nearly Omnipotent powers.

Snow_Fall_ Snow_Fall_ Dec 31, 2016
Cool so far and kinda sounds like DC universe but still different
seasidewhispers seasidewhispers Aug 20, 2016
This was an interesting first chapter! Can't wait to read more
messytessa messytessa Jul 29, 2016
I like Aisha the best I think. I'm enjoying your writing so far and not seeing any obvious errors which is good. Your writing is pretty easy to read and enjoyable.
InsertRandomUsername InsertRandomUsername Oct 20, 2016
Got it. I'm surprised I never new that! Thank you once again.
InsertRandomUsername InsertRandomUsername Oct 20, 2016
Thank you. I kind of thought that I was feeding to much information to the reader. I'll definitely find a way to fix this
JillElizabeth JillElizabeth Jul 30, 2016
Word smith. Very compelling. Loved how you described the `muts `