Fragmented Thoughts - Chapter 3 (Reader)It has been almost a week since your talk with Natasha. You stand in the laboratory, the funny metal plate on your head. In front of you, Banner hunches over a computer screen with data scrolling across it in different directions and colors.Fragmented Thoughts - Chapter 3 (Reader) by AmericanAngel117
"Okay," he says slowly, almost a whisper. You had learned by this time that this near-quiet talking meant he was deep in thought. He continues,"I need you to think of something red."
You do so, and the computer makes a sound. Banner taps a button. "Now think of something blue."
You do so, and the computer makes a deeper sound than the previous one. Banner types in something, then scrolls the mouse.
"What exactly are you testing for?" you ask curiously. The machine beeps and buzzes, and Banner frantically taps the volume.
"Try not to think of anything besides what I tell you," he instructs you. He turns to face you for a second, answering your question. "I'm testing the machine's ability to scan your thoughts. It won't know every single detail, but
Fragmented Thoughts - Chapter 2 (Reader)You couldn't believe it. You DIDN'T believe it.Fragmented Thoughts - Chapter 2 (Reader) by AmericanAngel117
"I'm what?" you exclaim. You laugh and try to pretend they were joking. "This is all a hallucination, isn't it? You're just messing with me, right?"
"Not at all," Banner says solemnly. "This is all real, I'm afraid."
You stand there, silent. Disbelief keeps you in place. Superhuman...? Do those kind of people actually exist..?
"...So, I'm a freak," you say finally. "I'm like those guys at the school in Westchester. Those mutants."
"Not exactly," Tony interrupts. "As far as we can tell, your powers don't come from your genetic code. Theirs does."
"Then where does it come from?" you shout frantically. You just want it to make sense. You want it all to make sense, or to go away.
"We don't know yet," Banner answers, raising his arms to try and comfort you. "But what's why I'm here. Tony and I are going to help you figure it out."
"What's wrong with me?" you say, your voice getting higher and your breathing faster. "Why am I different? Why doe
Fragmented Thoughts - Chapter 1 (Reader)Pain throbs through your brain like someone is shooting your forehead over and over again. You gasp, the sudden pain waking you. You sit up, holding your head in your hands. You hear shooting noises, flashes of blue light dancing through your vision, screams and men in metal fighting, the faces of the creatures, the smell of burnt grass...Fragmented Thoughts - Chapter 1 (Reader) by AmericanAngel117
A blue bolt of light flashes and you scream, curling away from it. Nothing happens. Slowly, your head comes back to the silence of reality. It was all just a dream...just a strange dream...
You open your eyes. You're lying in a soft white bed, its sheets neatly splayed across you. The room is airy, two floor-to-cieling window panes illuminating the room with rays of golden sunlight. Above you a fan silently whirls and cools the room, and the pale blue walls give you the feeling of being at the beach. Against the far wall stands a white wooden dresser, and next to it, a small bathroom and closet.
This isn't your room. You needed to get out of here. Yo