An Accident waiting to happen -Danii- Mar 4, 2013 3:40:52 GMT -5
Post by Deleted on Mar 4, 2013 3:40:52 GMT -5
Withthe Hellicarrier upon sea, this would've given Bruce the chance to watch the calm waves crash against each other. Good thoughts would've lessened the outcome of the Hulk being brought out again. He stood at the end of the Hellicarrier trying to contemplate whether it was a good idea for Bruce to stay on the ship. So many lives were at risk, and the last thing SHIELD needed was for Bruce to bring them to their knees. SHIELD needed to be strong, especially now that new enemies were present all around them. Bruce always felt weak, because he had no control over his other side. He'd tried everything in the book, in trying to relinquish this monster from him. No matter what happened the Hulk was always going to be a part of him.
Bruce continued to think about whether he should continue with the Avengers program, especially after everything that has happened. Hulk became more of a nuisance than an asset nowadays, because of the stubbornness of the monster. It was as if the Hulk had control over Bruce. He thought about the days before he'd joined the Avengers. The doctor loved to help people, especially the ones that needed him outside of the country. The sudden smell of the ocean breeze crossed Bruce's nose as the winds began picking up. He loved the smell of the seawater, and the breeze that followed along with it. The whole scenery put the scientist at ease, and gave him a clear mind. Bruce smiled as he looked out into sea, but didn't realize how close he was to the edge of the Carrier. As he turned away to head back to the lab, he suddenly slipped on a slick spot. Bruce fell, but caught himself with a hand on the edge of the carrier. He quickly grabbed the deck with his other hand, holding on for dear life. His heart rate began racing as he looked down into the ocean. Because he was at the very end of the carrier, he would've been sliced into pieces by the ship's propeller. "HEEEEELP!" yelled the helpless doctor, as his fingers began slipping from the tarmac.