LiveWire Part 2
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Her plan was to take out every power plant in the world and stop any electricity from getting into any ones homes . She accomplished part of that which was she made about half of the U.S go in a black out. Every major city was in a blackout which made the whole world panic. The stars represent where she took the power out at.
THIS IS A ROBBERY!!!!!!
Everyone was in danger because all of her abilities andshe could kill anyone in a split second. She was basically electricity on 2 legs. Some dangers associated with electricity are being electrocuted . It pretty much depends on how much voltage you were exposed to. Electric shock can cause muscles to tighten up and makes it hard to get away from the circuit , lungs can constrict which means you can't breathe , a heartbeat could stop or be interrupted, blood vessels can tighten and burns occur when electricity enters or leaves the body. A small spark can also result in a fire or explosion which can be hazardous. Like lightning striking a transformer which can cause an explosion. Faulty wiring can spark(fire).
Once she blacked out the whole United States. Kids couldn't keep up with their regular lives. THEY COULDN'T PLAY WITH PHONES,TABLETS,and tv. You couldn't even turn on the lights in your own home and the world was black. No more street lights. No more anything. Phones are pretty much useless because cell towers are down so there won't be any service
Stores were robbed and closed down . Riots took place and the police force was taken down by Livewire. You never saw anyone in the streets except looters. Money was pretty much useless now so people bartered or traded. And AmericanS had to go back to the olden days with candles and oil lamps.
She was locked away behind bars because someone figure out her weakness. Just like real electricity with a little water it can short-curcuit.....
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