He gives a wink and makes a big show of flying off, after all for many of these refugee's the sight of a wielder of the Blue meant that everything would be okay. Something anyone in an unfamiliar place could use.
"If this is going where I think it is, I suspect they'll use this excuse to try and take your ring away from you as well."At the mention of 'thumb-print' Gelert spoke up. "Um...um...what about me? I don't have thumbs. Is mine keyed to my paw print or nose print?" He'd heard that canine nose prints had a similar level of uniqueness to human finger-prints.
Philip shrugs. "Depends on whether the real goal is to test the system or find any moles."
Sometimes it was good to be young, a couple of hours sleep and she felt like a million dollars again, the encounter with White Rose put to one side to deal with their latest emergency ... letting Cooper lock them up in the latest prison.
"Right can someone tell me why this is a good idea letting Copper lock us up in a prison where I am sure there won't be anyone who has it in for us and especially when we know some of the staff are former super villains?" Imogen asked.
"Because this is a trap of opportunity than premeditation," Qora replies, "they were not planning for this to happen, so they are as blind as we are. And because if we do not accept this challenge, then any flaws to Deep Six will go unnoticed until it spills open and the inmates are unleashed on an unsuspecting city."
"And most importantly, this is a matter of honor. We Champions are the inheritors of the Justice Foundation. Cooper has challenged our ability, and we must answer."