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  • The Origin of Skystorm
  • By Alyssa Gohel
  • There was a superhero unheard of outside of the Blue Moon. The nation's people lived in several citadels on the Blue Moon. Where she lived, everybody was a laggard compared to her. She never really left the Blue Moon, but did defeat villains around her. She dreamed of traveling to the Earth to fight all the bad.
  • Her name was Skystorm. She had unimaginable powers that could overpower anyone she came into contact with. Scientists had collaborated with each other few years prior to her birth, and they had successfully created superhero abilities. Skystorm was the first to be born with it. Since birth, Skystorm got used to her powers and evolved along with them.
  • Skystorm's powers were considered a bonanza, since they were so valuable in the sense that she was the only one with them. People would hover all around Skystorm, trying to protect her precious powers. The Blue Moon people were getting Skystorm ready for her dream visit to the Earth.
  • On her way to Earth's orbit, Skystorm encountered a discordant sound. It was a type of shrieking noise - almost deafening. The sound kept approaching her and suddenly, she spun around only to see Unquestionable. It's not like Skystorm knew who this was, but he knew her. He was her worst enemy and she didn't even know it. Little did Skystorm know was that her powers didn't defeat everyone. After confronting each other, the two wrangled for a while.
  • After jostling around, Skystorm found Unquestionable's tragic flaw: he was allergic to feathers. The good thing was that since they were in Earth's orbit, they were in range of the sky, so they would be near birds soon enough. Unquestionable obviously hadn't thought this through, since she ultimately defeated him in the end.
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