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 Uranium Does Stupid Things

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Name: Yang Xiaolong and Blake Belladonna
Code Name: Ranger/Blake
Villain or good guy?: Neutral

PostSubject: Uranium Does Stupid Things   Tue Nov 19, 2013 8:51 pm

Yang was back in her workshop, working with uranium this time. Once again she wanted another breakthrough on her special shots, this time a corrosive disk. After being fired it would release a corrosive liquid capable of melting through most forms of steel, and she unfortunately needed uranium for it. Luckily Cyborg's old room was equipped to handle it, and Yang was busily at work.

Unfortunately, the room neglected a radioactive suit in her size, so she had to work without. Then again she couldn't be burned by it or even really harmed, so she would be fine. Then the material suddenly sparked and Yang's gloves caught fire, causing her to groan and slap it out. Then she got a Heat warning in the chamber, causing the uranium to seal and she had to walk out with a groan. Apparently the heat warning hadn't subsided, because Yang was still getting the signal on her computer. She knew she had some heat abilities and could manipulate her body heat, maybe that was it?

She went to grab her pen and the plastic melted in her hand after a few moments of writing, causing her to stop and scratch her head. Obviously the heat was coming off of her. Curious.

Walking down the hall to the danger room gave her time to think, and she stepped in to bring up the same program they used to measure the heat of Bow's pyrokinesis abilities. After a few tests, the readings were clear. 500 degrees Fahrenheit. That was absurd for her numbers.

After a few hours of testing her new body heat and using the heat itself, she managed to regain control. Well, that was an interesting turn of events. And surprisingly useful as well!

Edits to character:
Gangs unstable genetetics have enhanced her body heat manipulation, giving her a precise maximum of 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
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