*OLD VERSION* Justice Academy

Justice Academy, a school for those who have unique abilities. This school will help you learn how to control them and use them for good. Anyone who uses their abilities for evil will be banned from the school. Villous actions will not be tolerated.

(Edit: I'm actually going to make a different version of this because I didn't turn out the way I wanted it too.)


27. ~Chapter 27~

The villainess hopped off the balcony she was on while doing a flip. "Show off," Spinner murmured while crossing his arms.

The woman landed on her two feet with a grin on her face. "Hello, there students. My name is Trisha Johnson, but you might also know me as your principal."

A villain being a principal for a hero school? Yeah, I don't see anything wrong with that. It is kind of crazy how she's never been caught especially since she's been a principal at the school for years.

"Why are you doing this?" Camo said with extreme anger and a bit of pain in his voice. I saw that he hand his hand gripping onto his side and I'm pretty sure there was blood on his hand.

Trisha smiled, "I'm glad you asked that." And so like every villain ever she reveals her plan to us. When will these people ever learn?

"The thing is we are trying to make people stronger and more powerful. The only way to do that is by doing experiments. Since people don't like to volunteer we kind of have to... take them against their will."

She was interrupted by Torpedo. "So you kidnap people."

"No no no," Trisha shook her head, "We just take them away, even though they don't want to come with us."

"Which is basically the definition of kidnapping." Torpedo crossed her arms.

Trisha looked at her with a death glare but still kept the smile on her face. "Anyways, half of the people we take have extraordinary abilities while the other half are just average humans. The next thing we do is take some power from those who have it and transfer it to those who don't."

"Is it painful?" Spinner asked while rubbing his arm.

She nodded with an evil smirk, "Oh it's the worst pain you'll ever feel. Your friends over there can give you the details."

Trisha pointed at Sam, who was still laying on the floor unconscious. Then she pointed at me with a grin on her face.

I'm not really sure what she was talking about. I haven't felt immense pain or anything. Well, I didn't until she took out a small remote and turned a dial that was on it. From there I felt a surge of pain all over my body.

The next thing I knew I was on the floor, curled into a ball, and crying out in pain. What was she doing and how did she do it.

I was able to see my brother on fire, running up to her. She swiftly moved out of his way and yawned. "If you want to help her then I suggest you stop." As she said that she turned the dial again and I felt even more pain.

Honestly, I thought that was the highest it could go, but boy was I wrong. The dial wasn't even at the end. Heck, it wasn't even on the halfway mark. Never in my life had I felt so useless.

The team and Trisha were talking about a few things, but I couldn't hear them because of the immense pain I was feeling. Oh, and did I mention that dark gray fog started to surround me? It was covering my body and made the pain slowly go away.

In a few minutes the pain was gone and so was the fog. It was odd, but I didn't have time to question it. I stood up and angrily made my way to the others.

Trisha had noticed me and smiled. "Looks like you were able to pass the test."

The others were confused and turned around. They looked at me and were confused as to what was going on. I was also confused. What did she mean by I passed the test?

"Most people died and the very few who lived became mutated. You, however, managed to stay perfectly fine. No side effects whatsoever from the injection. It also managed to destroy the little device that I put on you when you were unconscious."

At that moment I had a little flashback. When she gave me the injection I thought it was meant for me to turn to their side. That's what she made it seem like. After that injection, I passed out and that's probably when she placed the pain giving device on me.

"What the hell did you do to my sister!?" My brother had his hands in fists. He also had a look that could probably kill someone.

Trisha shrugged, "I simply gave her an upgrade. She should be thankful."

"She could've died!" Kyle yelled

She smiled, "But she didn't, so calm yourself or I might have to dump a bucket of water on you."

He grumbled and crossed his arms while giving her the death glare. I looked to the right and noticed that Sam was starting to wake up. When she was looking I quickly went over to him to see that he was okay."

"You alright there buddy?" I helped him get on his feet.

"Y-yeah," He looked around the room, "Where am I?"

I slightly cocked my head to the side. "Um, we're in the middle of fighting a battle."

He scratched the top of his head. "I don't remember fighting. The last thing I remembered was being in a cell."

"What? Did you get amnesia or something?" How could he forget his escape and the battle!? I must be missing something here.

Sam was quiet for a few minutes before talking. "I changed personalities didn't I?"

I nodded my head. He did change and it was noticeable. Especially for me because I'm with him almost every day.

He looked at the ground and sighed, "I have a thing called multiple personality disorder. When the other me/personality comes out I tend to forget what's going on."

"That's okay." I was going to say something else but was stopped by the sound of battle cries.

I looked behind me and saw that they were back to fighting. I patted Sam on the shoulder and went off to go help.

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