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New Avenger

By Peaches9675

Humor / Action

Chapter 1

A/N I don't own Avengers or do I go to Aspen High School. This story is also published under my account on FanFiction.net, Peaches9675


"Her name is Haily Mint. She is 15 and she goes to Aspen High School in Aspen, Colorado. She's a freshman. This one is unique everybody. We need her on our team before one of the bad guys get her." Fury said

"Why is she so special?" Tony asked, sounding skeptical.

"Because she has an IQ of 190, yet she manages to be a normal teenage girl. Also because of her powers. She can manipulate water and constantly has electricity running through her body. In simpler words, this 15 year old girl can pull water out of air, she can blast plasma out of her hands, she can freeze water molecules in the air and skate on them but nobody can see them except for her. She is very, very special." Fury explained while the rest of the team looked over her file.

"Isn't she a little young to be an Avenger?" Natasha quetioned

"I agree with Natasha. She is very young, Fury." Bruce said. "What do you think Steve? Steve?" Steve was staring at her file. Especially at the past relatives section. Grandmother Peggy Carter.

"Steve, whats wrong?" Clint asked.

"She's related to Peggy." Steve said after a few minuets."She's related to Peggy. I have to talk to her."

"Well, the Cap's in love." Tony teased.

"Stark, Rogers not now. Lets just focus on getting the girl to even come to the tower." Fury said.

Steve knew that it wouldn't be hard to get the girl to come here. When she heard that he knew her grandmother, she would probably follow him anywhere. He couldn't wait to meet this kid.

"So whats the plan? Are we just gonna go up to the girl and ask her to come here with us?" Tony asked.

"No. We have to get her used to one of us first. She has to build a relationship with one of us. And no Tony, I don't mean like that." Fury said, as Tony then grinned. " So who'll go. If you do go however, you'll have to be a teacher at her school."

"I'll go." Steve said immediately. "I'll go."

Everybody looked at him like he had an alien growing on his head. "Why are you so eager to go Rogers?" Clint questioned

"Like I said before, her grandmother is Peggy. I know that I can't reveal that I knew Peggy, but once shes an Avenger I can talk with her about it. Maybe it'll make her fell more at home if she gets upset or something." Steve answered. In reality though, he just really wanted to meet this girl. Shes supposed to be extremely gifted in just about everything besides some sports. He thought that out of everyone, he would connect with her the most.

Fury considered this. It might have been a bad idea, but he was going to go with it. "Okay Rogers. Pack up your stuff. You leave tonight in 5 hours. You'll still be Steve Rogers, but don't do anything that's like Captain America."

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