|Great shot of my favorite villainess. Always ready to eviscerate anyone who gets in her way. So please, get in her way!|
Weapons testing - know your competition----Weapons testing - know your competition by FireBrandi
SovietSuperwoman suggested I do a piece on what Kim thinks of other villains.
Decided to tie this in with the recent story.
The large screen at the front of the room came to life, as Kim loaded the presentation she had prepared. She only had an audience of one, but it was an important one. The source and nature of Typhon's AI was still a mystery, but it seemed to still be in an early stage of development. Kim wanted to make sure it developed in a way that was compliant to her desires.
"Ok Typhon, we have already gone over some aspects of how this society functions, and the 'Heroes' roll in it."
Typhon nodded, "Laws are created to bring order to society. Heroes enforce the laws to protect the people, even though the laws are set to the advantage of the powerful, and exploit the weak."
"Yes. The heroes can be useful at times, such as protecting against external threats. But they fail at helping those they claim to protect by letting the system continue as it is. But such
Weapons testing Pt 2 Nathan in general was having a pretty good life. He was one of the top students in Angel Falls University's advanced technology department. His tuition was 100% paid for, with a little spending money left over. And he had access to cutting edge technology that no other students had, giving him a little bit of an edge. The last two points were thanks to the patronage of Kim Paler. In return, he helps to keep her robots up to date on the latest technology. It is a pretty sweet deal, except at times like this.Weapons testing Pt 2 by FireBrandi
He had spent hours on this computer, exploring the systems of the large, dragon shaped robot next to him. It was an amazing piece of work. He had discovered many interesting surprises, but still not the one he was supposed to find.
Nathan could practically feel Kim's eyes tearing into him as she leaned over the monitor.
"Lets go over it again, please," Kim said in a tone that sounded like she was resisting the urge to slice his
Weapons testing Pt 1The heat was intense. Not FireBrandi hot, but still impressive. At the far end of Kim's weapon testing range, the dragon robot leaned forward slightly, mouth open, 'breathing' fire at the target. Kim watched the monitors closely. The robot's weapon systems were very impressive.Weapons testing Pt 1 by FireBrandi
After she had gotten it to a secure, shielded location, her people had spent a week going over it. They pulled out several tracking beacons, and gps locators. The AI had to be removed completely. That would be checked out for useful innovations, once they sorted out all the command overrides, embedded protocols, and anything else that could prevent her control.
As for the hardware, key components had been scanned and were being analyzed for use in her own spiderbots. Though that will take time. In the meantime, she was evaluating the robot's weapon systems.
Testing the robot's strength was a bit tricky. She had no equipment for adequately measuri
Kim's Big HitWith a flash of light she arrived. Kim Paler opened her eyes and surveyed her surroundings. It did no take long in the janitorial closet she had appeared in.Kim's Big Hit by FireBrandi
"Not my most impressive entrance, but necessary." She said with a smirk.
She examined the wall to her right, finding the precise spot she wanted. One of her cybernetic legs reached forth and cut through the wall, exposing a junction box. Once it was pried open it was a simple matter to attach a device that would filter some of the security sensors, making her nearly invisible.
Years of planning went into this operation. Stranger Industries was one of the top tech developers in the world, which made its labs one of the biggest prizes to raid. It also made it one of the hardest of targets to hit, with it having the best of security systems. A lot of research went into learning what kind of systems it had in place. Researching building schematics, where access points could be found,