Marvel's Renegades: CHAPTER FIVE (GENESIS) (FANFIC) (PART 1)
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In the fifth chapter of Marvel's Renegades, a young and curious Afro-Latina called Amy meets a kid who's living a rough life as a result of his dad legally aiding a mutant. This chapter explores many essential things like the possible roots, the hate, and the transition into becoming part of the mutant race. ATTENTION: This chapter is vital to the story as some of the events and myths in it will be explained more in-depth in the near future.

Marvel's Renegades: CHAPTER FIVE (GENESIS) (FANFIC) (PART 1)

BEFORE WE START, I HAVE A FEW THINGS TO SAY.

First, I want you all to know that I'm more than grateful that you all are taking your time to read my fanfic.

This action of yours has really pushed me into writing some more, and for that, I'm incredibly thankful.

Second, I know I haven't been consistent with my dates, but this is because it has been taking me an insane amount of time to get these chapters done.

Most of the chapter of Marvel's Renegades are done, but not well-edited nor well written because the fanfic was meant to be a graphic novel.

Another reason why it has been taken me that long to publish my fanfics is due to the addition of new elements and materials to the story and because I'm not a native speaker.

I've been working on my English language and grammar to improve the way how my story is told, but I still have particular problems with the use of different words and slangs.

BTW, I still have plans on working in a graphic novel about this story, but not now because I don't have nor the skill or people to work on it.

Third, I have plans for creating a brand new Marvel universe in which new and old characters will be introduced and reinvented.

This universe I will be creating will give space for certain people here on DeviantArt, Commaful, Wattpad, and Fanfics to create fanfics about their favorite heroes.

However, for now, I'm planning in working independently because I want to set up some of the elements in this universe so people can expand upon it.

As mentioned before, only certain talented people in the community will be able to be part of the Marvel FanFic Universe,

and all of this is because I don't want people to affect the main continuity of the universe and certain character.

The fourth and last thing I have to says is that this chapter is a special one because it introduces certain myths and arcs that will be expanded soon,

so pay attention to every word and little detail so you don't end up lost or surprised at the things that will come to this story and my new fanfic universe.

WITH ALL OF THIS SAID, I INTRODUCE YOU TO THE FIFTH CHAPTER OF MARVEL'S RENEGADES!

CHAPTER 5: GENESIS

Early in the morning of the fall of two thousand and eight, a young Afro-Latina while hurried, gets to her classroom right before the school bell rings.

At hearing this, the young Afro-Latina hurries up and takes her seat as the teacher enters the classroom.

"Wow Amy, I'm surprised! You finally got to be here on time!", the teacher exclaims as she prepares to begin with the class.

Amy: "Well, I almost didn't get here on time due to how hard last night homework was."

"Oh, I almost forgot about the homework! Please take your homework out! I'm going to take a look at them!

", the teacher says as some of the kids in the class turn to look at Amy with discontent, causing her to feel uncomfortable.

After a couple of minutes of the teacher checking her students' homework, she walks up to her desks to proceed to ask questions to her students about the subject.

"So Amy, let's start with you. In what year did the United States gain its independence?", the teacher says as she looks straight at Amy.

Amy: "The United States gained its independence from England on July 2nd of seventeen seventy-six."

"That's incorrect. The United States gained its independence on July 4th of seventeen seventy-six.", the teacher says when suddenly...

"Miss you are wrong.", a boy sitting at the back of the classroom says.

"Excuse me!", the teacher while angered says.

"Miss Riley, I said that you are wrong... the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 2nd of the seventy-six.

Still, it wasn't made official until two days later when the Continental Congress ratified it.", the boy says.

Miss Riley: "The document was signed on the second, but it wasn't official until the fourth---"

"---Exactly, but you asked her when did the US gain its independence, not when it was declared official.", the boy replies.

Miss Riley: "Listen, kid, you are wrong. The United States needed the approval of the document to become independent.

Without the approval of it, the United States couldn't have declared itself independent from England."

"If your birthday was tomorrow, would it be on the same day that you were born or the day that somebody decides to celebrate it?", the boy asks his teacher.

"What!?", Miss Riley asks in confusion.

"If your birthday was tomorrow, would it be on the same day that you were born or the day that somebody decides to celebrate it?", the boy asks his teacher again.

"If my birthday was tomorrow then it would be tomorrow, not when somebody decided they wether want to celebrate it or not!", Miss Riley replies while irritated.

"When was the document signed again?", the boy asks the annoyed teacher.

"You know something young man, you are getting written up!", the irritated teacher exclaims as the boy looks at her with confusion.

"Written up for what!?", the boy while mad asks.

"For being a smartass, and don't you dare to leave after school!", Miss Riley says to the maddened young man.

"Hey, Jennifer, who's the new kid?", Amy whispers to the girl sitting right beside her.

"I don't know, but I heard that his dad is the lawyer of a mutie who committed a crime downtown.", Jennifer whispers to Amy as they both look back at the annoyed kid.

READ PART TWO!!!

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