Chugging along since February 26, 2014 TitanPad OOC Part 2 Info List Part 2 Chapter List Chapter 0: Welcome to the party Gen Delta Chapter 1: The Dreamer and the Destroyer Theme Song Chapter 0: Welcome to the party Gen Delta Reformer's Base November 4, 2014 2:12pm He hated the idea of sending the Charlies out into the city. Although there hasn't been any incidences since their first venture out with the thief, there were too many uncontrolled variables that Wilson was still uncomfortable about even after the months of training the Charlies. Even after Daniel and Josiah's reassurance about them being diligent on keeping the Charlies safe Wilson knew there was only so much they could do. With the TSP backed by the military hunting them down and one of their own turning against them, they were at war. He had to send them out into the field because their choices were running out. Daniel first caught a glimpse of the new Charlie a month ago and tried to converse with him and help the man understand the changes that was occurring. The outcome of that incident only gave Vida a chance to practice her skills in healing. The second time Daniel and Josiah were driving in the city and came across the man during their weekly search for Sam. Luckily Josiah was there to teleport the two to safety before the car exploded. Now he received a text from Daniel stating that the man was found again. If it was just Daniel it wouldn't be too bad. They could send Josiah and Garret to help but Daniel was with a few of girls and of all places they could be at, they decided to visit a busy mall. They didn't have much information about this man much less what his power is but from the last two encounters they knew that this man wasn't very stable and could easily cause a scene even without the Reformer's intervention. A scene that could potentially be deadly. It was time for the Charlies to get a taste of the battlefield. ~.~Newport Centre Mall, New Jersey November 4, 2014 2:16pm "That movie was amazing!" A young girl said chattering away with excitement as she and her friend exited the movie theater. "Thank you so, so, sooo much for bringing me along." Emily said as she took a glance towards her friend's nanny and after making sure they were far enough away continued in a hushed voice. "Just don't tell my mom tonight when you come over to spend the night. I might get in trouble for watching something PG-13." A mischievous grin grew on the girl's face as the two made their way towards the center of the mall so they could look over the railing and see the lower two floors and watched the people walk around. It was rare for the young Emily to get out of the house so even people watching was an exciting adventure for the sickly child. "I wonder what it would be like to be one of those guys in that movie. Could you imagine having a power Darcia?" Emily said as she watched a man hurriedly walk towards the escalator on the first floor with interest. Was the man late for something? He was carrying a briefcase and wearing a suit so he must be a businessman like her daddy. "I would be so thrilled!" ~.~Newport Centre Mall, New Jersey November 4, 2014 2:20pm He was at the spot. No you're not. It was the right date and time. Are you sure? But where was Reddy? Not here of course. He lied. They all do. Scratching his left ear furiously as if he was a dog with fleas, the man hoped that scratching at the source of the whispering would get it out of his head. It never did though. The voices never left him. He could feel wetness on his fingers and looking down saw a small smear of blood but the man didn't care. It was better than being trapped in that place again. He had the red headed man to thank for that. Not me? Where is Reddy now? He left you but I didn't. You can't trust me. Cassey, Carter, Camera, Carson. The man couldn't remember what Reddy called himself or if he even said his name but it didn't matter. As long as he helped Reddy, Reddy would help him. This was why he was here. Reddy needed him. He was important to the cause. No he doesn't, he doesn't need you. However as he looked up he noticed he wasn't alone anymore. You never are. He and the whispers were not alone. Better. That other man was here. The same man who wanted to steal him away from Reddy and reform him into something but he wasn't sure why. He wanted to take you back to that place and call you Charlie. You can't trust that man. Your name isn't Charlie. That man wasn't alone this time though. He had more friends and they were chasing him. Yelling at him. But he couldn't leave the mall. He needed to be here. Reddy needed him. He could feel his palms start to itch and raising his hands up, the man looked at his palms. Yes, use that. Show them your gift. ~.~Newport Centre Mall, New Jersey November 4, 2014 2:20pm Even though Jenna didn't want to go to the mall she found herself being led there. She was able to miss the first round and the shopping she knew it would entail but when Wilson got a text about the dangerous Charlie being spotted it didn't take long before she found herself being teleported along the the rest who stayed with a badge which Jenna didn't dare ask where they got it from. The man was up on the third floor and the plan was straightforward. The Charlies and Daniel would deal with the Charlie while Garret, Wilson and Josiah would deal with crowd control and keep the masses safe. Sure, it sounded straightforward but not an idea Jenna was fond of. Subduing a crazed man with dangerous powers while they used their stolen or forged badged to deal with the masses sounded like a horrible way to spend her Saturday. She only hoped that her training was enough. Even if Daniel wasn't there it would have been easy to spot the man who they were going after. In his mid thirties, the unkempt man looked like he belonged out in the streets or better yet institutionalized given his odd demeanor. Standing in front of the entrance of the movie theater, the man was pacing back and forth as he muttered to himself. Was this man as dangerous as Daniel said he was? Jenna looked towards Daniel and then to the others with worry. This was the real deal. This wasn't yet another training session.