Before we begin, let me just start by saying that I own nothing but my OC villain! And to take a moment to talk about my thoughts in what's happening in the world. I'm sure you all have heard about the riots and protests against racism. And let me just start by saying that I think that all men and women are created equal. And I think it's harsh when people treat each other based on the color of their skin instead of their personality. I would also like to take a moment to appreciate Pride Month and to say that it also isn't fair to treat others badly just because of their sexual preference and/or identity. Let us stay strong and work together for a better world. Thank you, and without further ado, let's get on with the story. Leave a review on what you think and what I should do with the story to improve it.


It's been a few months after Superheroes or "Supers" became legal again. The public was hesitant about it at first. But eventually, they've gotten used to the idea of people wearing tight suits and using they're incredible abilities for the greater good like they did fifteen years ago and before the Superhero Relocation Program became a thing. And after legalization, retired Supers, along with new ones, came out from the shadows to help those in need.

And the Incredibles, a family of Superheroes, proved to be the greatest out of all the Supers. When it comes to the strong Mr. Incredible, the stretchy Elastigirl, the unseeable Invisigirl, the quick Dash, and the terrifying Jack-Attack, no criminal could escape them. In fact, they're mostly the reason why Superheroes became legal in the first place.

If it wasn't for Elastigirl's advocacy at Devtech, owned by CEO Winston Deavor, and the rest of the family's efforts to stop Screenslaver AKA Evelyn Deavor, sister of Winston, from almost crashing one of Devtech's ship's, the Everjust, into New Urbem, Supers would probably still be outlawed. Old heroes like Frozone, and new ones like Devtech's "Wannabe Supers", wouldn't be out there doing what they do best, protecting people. If it weren't for them, they and all the other heroes would have to stay in hiding, and only go by their secret identities.

The Incredibles would still be the "Parr" family, Frozone would still be Lucius Best, and the "Wannabe Supers" would stay wannabes. They would never be given the chance to stop Supervillains like Bomb Voyage, Syndrome, or the Underminer from taking over the city, and possibly the entire world.

So, I guess you could say that Supers from around the world owe the Incredibles a great debt. And the people, the ones without powers, owe the heroes a great debt, for keeping them safe from great threats to this day. Now, I know what you might be thinking, "where are these heroes now?"

Well, when there are no threats, the Parrs spend their time together like any other family. But, when they are needed, the Incredibles spend their time together fighting criminals and Supervillains to keep the world safe. And sometimes, they're seen at Devtech, teaching all the Wannabe Supers lessons on how to use their powers for the common good. And between lessons, they would often tell their tales of heroism to inspire them, so to say.


"…So now I'm in deep trouble. I mean, one more jolt of this Death-Ray and I'm an epitaph. Somehow I manage to find cover and what does Baron von Ruthless do?"

The Wannabes, now called the "Rookies", then pondered Frozone's question, trying to come up with possible answers. For a few moments none of them could come up with anything until Karen, or "Voyd", raised her hand straight up and answered, "He starts monologuing!"

Frozone then put on a smile and said, "Right you are, Voyd! He starts monologuing! Meaning, he starts this, like, prepared speech or something about how 'feeble' I am compared to him, how 'invevitable' my defeat is, and how 'the world will soon be his!' Yatta yatta yatta. Yammerin'! I mean, the guy could easily have me on a platter, but he just won't shut up!"

"Well, as inspirational as that story was, I'm afraid break time is over." Winston Deavor then said as he entered the room. "So, come on, Rookies! Let's get more training done!"

"Aw, but can't we at least hear one more story, Mr. Deavor?" Voyd complained. "I wanna hear more about their Robot battle that happened not too long ago!"

"Sorry, no can do! We need to better prepare you guys in case of another Supervillain causing another citywide attack. Now, move on to the training simulator. We'll prepare it shortly."

The Rookie Supers then hesitantly got up from their seats and strutted towards Devtech's training simulator as Winston and the other Supers stayed behind. Winston then turned towards the Supers, greeting then with a smile before saying, "So, Incredibles, Frozone, how are my favorite heroes? And what have you been up to?"

"Nothing much." Mr. Incredible AKA Robert "Bob" Parr responded. "Just punching bad guys, and sending them to jail as always."

"We should really be asking how you're doing." Elastigirl AKA Helen Parr points out. "I mean, it's been a few months since...you know...and we just wanted to know if everything's...ok?"

Winston's smile then faded from his face and was replaced with an ashamed frown. After he found out that his sister, Evelyn was, in fact, Screenslaver, and was planning on making sure heroes stayed illegal, he didn't know what to think. Of course, as expected, she didn't spend a full time in jail since she was provided with the same wealth that their parents had. But, after coming back, Winston made sure that security would look after Evelyn in case she planned on doing anything else.

To this day, Winston's not sure if he could trust Evelyn anymore. Heck, his customers sure don't. That's why he always assures them that all tech that Evelyn builds is checked to see if it isn't secretly explosive or something. Sure he could fire her find some other tech genius to replace her, but how can he? Evelyn has been designing stuff for Devtech for as long as he could remember. The company wouldn't survive without her. He honestly doesn't know any other engineer as good as Evelyn.

Winston then looked up at Elastigirl and answered, "Yeah everything's fine. Me and Evelyn still haven't fixed our relationship and she keeps complaining about security getting into her business, but...no one's perfect."

"Do you at least wanna talk about it?" Helen asked.

Winston then put on a fake smile and said, "Nah! I'll be fine! Anyways, I should go boost up the training simulator and get our Rookies started. See ya."

Winston then left the room as the Incredibles and Frozone stayed behind.

"I feel bad for him." Invisigirl AKA Violet Parr said as she held a giggling Jack-Jack. "It's been two months and he still can't trust his own sister."

"Who can blame him?" The Dash AKA Dashiel "Dash" Parr questioned. "I mean, his sister's crazy!"

Dash's comment then earned him a slap on a head from his mother. "Winston just needs some time on his own, that's all."

"Honey, do you really think that'll be enough?" Bob questioned. "He's still pretty hurt. If a few months isn't enough for him to get over Evelyn, I doubt any time in the world could."


MEANWHILE...

A security guard was doing a routine check around the Metroville museum when heard what sounded like laughing inside the Prehistoric Exhibit. He then went in to see where it came from, but all he found was wax figures of cavemen and a stand where the bones of a fully grown T-Rex stood. He then called out, "Who's there?" to see if anyone would answer, but no one did.

The guard then left the exhibit, thinking that he was just hearing things. Little did he know, that right as he left, a man with pale white skin, wearing a black and blue Medieval Jester outfit came out from behind the T-Rex. He then giggled while massaging his hands as he whispered to himself, "And now it's TIME for a TRICK!"

He then placed a hand on the T-Rex bones as a form of light-blue energy came from his hand and formed around the bones. The bones then suddenly started forming an outer layer of reptilian skin from the feet and worked it way up to it's head. The Jester then removed his hand from the newly skinned T-Rex as it opened it's eyes and let out a monstrous roar.

The man then laughed maniacally before saying, "Let the fun begin!"