*Ugh! Inconsistencies with the Heroes timeline! If you notice them in this chapter, please try to ignore them. It works better with the story this way.*
Primatech Facility, Hartsdale, New York, 1992
Eve was given each new ability and, after having her memory erased by the Haitian, was told each time that she was born with that ability. The worst part came when they tested each ability. Rough, vigorous testing that was much like Elle Bishop's own. Each time was brutal and sometimes she would pass out. The Haitian would always be waiting for her to wake up though to take those memories away. Noah Bennet was present for most of her testing, like he was for Elle. Sometimes him and Eve would lock eyes before the testing started. Each time he would do nothing to stop the tests that he knew may one day happen to his Claire-bear. He knew that Eve would hate him for doing nothing to stop what he knew was wrong if she didn't keep forgetting him.
Eve awoke after a pretty brutal session to hear crying. Was it her? No. It was coming from outside the room. Eve stood up from her bed, the memory of her testing still fresh in her mind, and went searching for whoever was crying. She opened her door and followed the sound down the hallway. She eventually came to a little girl, she looked about eight, with blonde hair crouching in the hallway, crying into her hands.
"Who are you?" Eve asked her.
The little girl stopped crying and looked up at Eve. She sniffled.
"My name's Elle. My daddy made them make me use my power. It hurts." Elle looked like she would cry again.
"My dad does the same thing." Eve sat down next to Elle. "Maybe we could be friends? We could help each other through this."
"But you're so old, are you sure you want to hang out with me?" Elle asked.
"Well who else would help me other than someone who's going through the same thing?" Eve reasoned with her. Elle smiled and nodded.
"Okay." Elle stuck her hand out, which Eve shoke.
However, soon after that Bob Bishop had Elle's memory of her testing erased and of Eve. Eve found this out the next time she saw Elle.
"Friends? But I don't know you." Elle said to Eve, confused.
"Yes you do! I calmed you down in the hallway when you were crying!" Eve's memory of Elle had been overlooked and, after this encounter, would soon be erased.
"We could be friends. I get all lonely here anyway." Elle looked at the ground as she admitted the last part.
Eve, however, jogged away from Elle and towards her "father", Linderman. She threw open the doors to the office in a hurry.
"Dad!" She yelled. She walked into the office where Linderman, Arthur, and other founders stood. "Elle doesn't remember me!"
"What?" Bob Bishop stepped forward quickly.
"Eve, when did you meet Elle?" Linderman calmly asked.
"Not that long ago. I think." Eve answered.
"She still has the memory?" Arthur said in Linderman's ear.
"Call the Haitian." Linderman said into Noah Bennet's ear. He went off in search of the Haitian.
A wave of murmurs went through the office. Eve was left standing near the doorway of the office, confused.
"She was my friend!" Tears prickled Eve's eyes. "I had a friend."
The whispers stopped. They all looked at Eve. Noah appeared in the doorway.
"Found him." Noah stated. The Haitian appeared in the doorway also. The Haitian approached Eve.
"What are you doing? Stay back!" Eve tried to telekinetically send him backwards, but it didn't work.
The Haitian approached her closer and put his hands over her eyes. She passed out while he took away her first memories of Elle.