This is a story that I've been creating in my free time, just for kicks, so it probably won't be all that good. Plus, I'm an awful speller, so you'll just have to bare with me here. Let me know in the comments if you think that it sucks, or the off chance that you think it rocks. Oh, and I'll continue to add chapters every once in a while. And if people like it, I'll even make a sequel.
"Does everyone remember the plan?" He asked for the fourth time this morning. Groaning, his team looked at him, showing irritated faces just like the ones they gave him the other three times.
"How many times are you going to ask that question before my resonse sticks in your mind?" Julianna, the quickest one to anger, said back to him annoyed. "We know the plan, cover to cover, you are just nervous about our first assignment."
Quinn looked at his team more closely. Julianna was short but mighty, with her bright orange hair and intense hazel eyes that could stare down a bear. Opal was a bit small strength-wise, but she made up for it with speed and agility. She's the hyper one, her soft brown hair only a flash at times. Ryan was the quiet, thinking guy. He's well balanced battle-wise, and can think up a great stratagy for any situation.
And Quinn couldn't think of a better team in existence.
"Maybe I am just a bit nervous. Still, I'll repeat the orders. Find the girl, confirm her identity with the Board, and make sure she is safely moved to the Facility. No emotional attachments to people," A pause to stare at Opal accousingly, "and no friends. We are here strictly for buisness, and not for leisure. I don't care if you slack off in your studies, but make sure that you don't recieve attention from the teachers. So this also means no perfect grades either." This time he stared at Ryan, "And remember, be casual."
After waiting for them to respond, which they didn't, he set them loose on Wisteria High School.
Going to his assigned locker, he quickly dialed his combination and set his backpack inside. After gathering the supplies he needed, he headed towards the first class on his schedule. But after only four steps, he heared a bell ring. I shouldn't have gone over the plan a fourth time, he thought. So much for blending in. He was going to be late for Biology.