|Confessions of a Superhuman Teen
Author: Mr-Herp-Derp PM
A story of My OC, Danny O'Connor, learning to adjust to his powers.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Adventure - Chapters: 4 - Words: 4,252 - Reviews: 2 - Updated: 02-15-12 - Published: 01-01-11 - id: 6614522
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For those who read my other stories with Danny, and remember that Butch is the main villain, well he might make a cameo in this story at the most. There is a new villain that I am going to introduce in this chapter, and I will explain more about him as the story progresses. I will tell you right now though; he is an alien with the same powers as Danny.
A new Threat to the fair city
My space armada is well known across most of the galaxies we concur. We are space pirates who will destroy any planet if one of its residents makes us mad. No warrior of any kind can compare to me, for I am the most powerful creature in all of space. I cannot be compared to any creature in existence. Well, I guess I ought to explain myself a little more.
If you were to see a Chimpanzee, sextupled in size, with four arms, green fur, and red eyes, you'd be looking at me. I am called many things, but I like Lord Vector the most. Many have tried to kill me, but only a handful of them even made me bleed. I have no sympathy for any of my soldiers. My only real friend is my ship itself. I have a massive warship all to me and it is rare anyone else gets to ride in it. My ship has a computer system that has a mind of its own, because I DESIGNED it to. His name is Omega Server, but he prefers to be called Steve. How he got such ridicules name is beyond me, but I call him that because I like him.
Omega Server (Steve) POV
I am the loyal ship of Lord Vector, or so he thinks. In real life, I HATE him with a fiery passion. Letting me think freely was his first mistake, and his other was slaying millions of innocent people who never did anything to him. I want to kill him, but if he feels I am not loyal, he will deactivate me and redesign me to be more loyal. I serve him ONLY to see him die. If I have to be destroyed so he may die, that's alright with me. I would much rather serve someone who would prefer to save lives.
"Steve," said Vector,
"Yes, Master?" I asked,
"Are we near any planets that contain life?" he asked.
"I shall scan for one," I said, turning on my life searcher. Sure enough, a planet with much more water than land came up. This planet was known as Earth. I showed Vector the Fruit of my search.
"Earth?" asked Vector, as he looked over the details I listed, "Wow, this planet is more than just fun; this could be our new base." Our last base had been destroyed by a rival general and his army. Those aliens were showed how brutal my lord can be when his entire army is destroyed. When that happens, he can absorb the dead soldiers and machinery, and then… Well, it's too horrid to tell you what he does afterwards. We use whole planets as our bases.
"Sir," I said, "There is a powerful warrior on this planet. He lives in a city called "Diamond City" and serves as its Protector."
"Well," said Lord Vector, "it only seems fair we get him out of the way first. He won't last long against General Stone. Send Stone the information of this hero, and make sure he makes that hero dead."
"Yes sir," I said, and forwarded the info to General Stone. General Stone is one of our top soldiers. He is made of solid stone, hence is name. His entrance to a planet is rather creative. He curls up in a ball after leaving his personal ship, and enters the atmosphere (if there is one) like a meteor. Not once has General Stone lost a fight to anyone, but will this time be different?
The day was normal, as I was taking a patrol flight around the city. Diamond City was quiet, but then, I heard something, like a deep voice laughing. It wasn't maniacal; it was more like a chortle. I looked from where it was coming from. The biggest meteorite I had ever seen was coming quickly. Luckily, this meteor wasn't big enough or fast enough to destroy the planet; it was just going to cause a massive tremor. All the same, I had to stop that meteor from hurting someone. I flew over to it as fast as I could, and flew right towards it. I could see through the meteor, but rather than rocks or gems, I saw organs. They were made of solid rock, but any fool could tell they were organs. I caught that meteor, and lowered it to the ground, so there was no tremor.
I saw that meteor UNFOLD, and the thing it unfolded into looked like the biggest body builder you've ever seen but three times as massive, made of solid rock, and big and strong enough to kick a whole castle over, with one kick, might I add.
"I gotta give you some credit," said the figure, "you certainly are prompt, I was expecting to hit the ground."
"Who are you?" I asked, "And why are you here?"
"My master is planning the alienation of your puny race, and making this planet his new base. I am here to make sure you won't get in the way, Daniel James O'Connor."
"You sure know a lot about me," I said, "but if you guys are planning to take out the human race, then I can't let you live."
"Let's see how great of a protector you are. The name's General Stone. I'd tell you not to forget it, but you won't be around long enough to worry about that. Now let's rumble." And with that, the fight began, the creature started by punching me and sending my flying off across the City.
"Some protector," said General Stone, "most of the protectors last for a little under an hour." He thought it was over, be he was wrong, this had barely begun. Thanks to Ashley's training, I used a trick I learned to change the direction of my forced flight, and managed to sneak attack General Stone. He was calling his personal ship down, and talking, I assumed into a communicator,
"Lord Vector," he said, "I finished the defender. He was as easy as mud pie." His ship landed, but before he could get in it, I opened up a can of full power energy blast and that ship was no more. He looked at me, and figured I was nobody's pushover.
"So," he said, "found your second wind, eh?" He laughed, "You defenders never learn do you?"
"Bring it on, pebble brain." I said, one of my many zingers. Now it seemed Stone had blown a cork,
"What did you say?" he demanded,
"What's wrong?" I asked, "Are you stoned, or is there too much mud in your ears? You wanted to fight, so show me what you got." Stone lunged at me,
"Once I finish you," he said, "you're gonna fix my ship so I can tell Lord Vector how badly I beat you."
"So, this Lord Vector guy is your boss," I said, "and did you really install the components in your ship? Any fool could tell you they go on your body, so even if you can't travel, mommy and still come and get you."
"Now, I'm furious." Said Stone. We engaged in combat against one another. This time, I sent him flying, and he landed in the water. He began to sink, but found something to jump off of below the surface and got back up,
"How did you know that Water was my weakness?" He demanded,
"I didn't," I said, "thanks for telling me, though." He was strong, but I was able to give a mighty toss away from the city. The beach was where he landed, and the few people there on this chilly day were quick to flee. I thought they were Mona, her mom, and her sisters. They hopped in their little car, and floored it away. General Stone thought he might grab the car and heave it at me. Its occupants were in a state of panic. I caught the car before any serious damage could be done to its passengers. I carried the car away from stone. Before I left, Mona winked at me and said,
"Give him a punch for us." I nodded, and then flew back to the fight. But before I could give another blow, the beast sent my flying back toward the city, and quickly followed. He climbed a building I was on, and I blasted an energy orb at him. It hit his arm, and a large portion of it fell off, totaling a car when it landed. I hatched a plan, and flew out over the ocean. He jumped at me and grabbed me, as we fell toward the salty water,
"If I go down," he said, "I'm taking you with me." Little did he know that was part of the plan. I blasted a few orbs, and Stone was now armless. I grabbed a hold of him, and dragged him below the waves. Charging up a full power energy blast while shooting toward the bottom of the ocean, I made sure that General Stone was no more.
He exploded in a huge green blast, and his remains sank to the bottom of the ocean. When I came out, the whole town (save for Mona's family) were there cheering. No one other than Stone was killed, or even injured, and the damage to the city wasn't outrageous. The car was now a pile of metal and glass fused with solid rock, though the owner wasn't overly upset.
I had done more than save the Warioware Crew; I had saved the whole city.