Attack on Kingsbridge Apr 24, 2016 4:02:51 GMT
Post by Alexander Cuvier on Apr 24, 2016 4:02:51 GMT
Tigershark merely shrugged; he didn’t understand what she was getting at anyway. He couldn’t miss a person he’d never had in his life, in any sense of the word. No mother figure existed for him, and he didn’t need it anyway. As far as he knew, having a mother must hold some people back, considering how great and smart he was. He was able to hear a lot of the comm chatter on SHIELD, but to him it was white noise. He didn’t particularly care and was only here because Namor dragged him to it and he kind of definitely enjoyed the fighting. When it went in his favor, anyway.
Another Leviathan popped into the area, only to be taken down by three different groups. It was too far away for him to fight anyhow. He tossed away all the other things, tuning into what Nat was saying to Asher. Ugh, electricity. Why did it always have to be electricity. Wasn’t Tori enough? Not that he understood the friendship she had with Namor and Dorma. At least he could praise Aquaria and her dislike of the other blonde. Or indifference, it was hard to tell, since he’d never met her personally, only observed things from afar. Fine by him.
It was then that Sofia, the idiot, got herself taken out. Well, it was her own damn fault for skipping training and feeling “sad” or “guilty” about the assignments HYDRA gave people. Aside from that, she probably wasn’t dead. She’d only hit her head, after all, how bad could that be? When he approached Asher, the kid reacted as if Alexander was coming for him. Good, Asher should fear him. As he continued fighting the Chitilian, he got the correct answer to his statement.
Leaving the kid behind, Tigershark continued to fight the footsoldiers of Thanos. Asher had become the secondary prime target as a lot of their focus was on Tigershark. Not that a lot of them stood much of a chance against him. The Chitilian had noticed that their energy weapons had the best effect on Tigershark, and were trying to pull him away from the majority of the soldiers in the field. He paid little attention to what the rest of the people were doing anyway.
Not until he could feel a familiar crackle of electricity emanating from around Asher and the Black Widow. Specifically crackly lad. Having his attention pulled away from the fight as Asher dared to threaten him, a retort already forming in his head before a different Chitilian took this opportunity to open fire on Alexander, another energy bolt striking him in the chest and knocking him back.
Looking around at the battlefield and seeing how badly things were going for his side of things and how much damage he’d taken just to help these people, Tigershark decided that it was time to bail. “Man, fuck this.” He muttered to himself, moving once again at a higher than normal speed over the ground. He wasn’t going to risk life and limb for these people, his life was surely more important than theirs were anyway. Rounding a corner, Tigershark came face to face with a Leviathan, and several Chitauri warriors, narrowly missing the first attack and then having one of them stab him with a tiny knife, the boy lost what little self-control was there.
All he could feel was rage. The feeling would reverberate about the telepathic link. He’d completely lost it. Ripping the knife (and subsequent hand holding it) from the Chitauri that held it, he slashed across it’s throat, killing it. The knife then went into the head of another one surrounding him. Several arrows were shot into the others around him, by Atlanteans who’d moved to his position quickly. They were only there to provide backup and to attempt to keep Tigershark in check.
With the only target in front of him being the Leviathan, Tigershark met it’s charge with his own, slamming into the beast with his fists...again. The Leviathan managed to push him back several hundred feet, and he was once again simply having to rely on his fists and brute strength to get through it’s armor. Being tossed back, Tigershark found a discarded spear from one of the not so lucky fighters on the battlefield, and grabbed it, racing forward once more. Stupid Chitauri and their stupid Leviathans and their stupid army. He’d show them what for.
Natalia Romanova TS tries to runaway...only to promptly fight a Leviathan.