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storypaint ([personal profile] storypaint) wrote2015-02-23 12:10 pm

[Brooklyn 99] a whit more just (precinct gen)

Title: a whit more just
Fandom: Brooklyn 99
Length: 243 words
Prompt: comment_fic: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, ensemble, everyone gets superpowers except for Peralta
Pairing: precinct gen
Other: AU as per prompt.

Excerpt: "This is so unfair!" Peralta says. If sulking was a superpower, he'd have it, but unfortunately, it is not. He watches sullenly as Rosa sets the copier on fire.

"This is so unfair!" Peralta says. If sulking was a superpower, he'd have it, but unfortunately, it is not. He watches sullenly as Rosa sets the copier on fire.

"Oops," Rosa says. She doesn't look at all sorry about it.

I don't think fairness was really the objective," Holt says, and stares at the fire, which folds in on itself until it disappears.

"You have to admit," Amy says, "that our powers are oddly appropriate. Rosa has the fire, Holt has neutralizing powers, Hitchcock and Scully can't do anything useful..."

Hitchcock lifts his finger to disagree, but instead he shocks himself with static electricity, and forgets to dissent.

"I think that ice could be very useful in the course of our work," Amy continues. "As long as no one trips. Freeze!" she says, pointing at the abused copier, which frosts a little on the outside.

"I'll pay for it," Amy says immediately.

"Title of your sex tape," Peralta says, without much enthusiasm.

"There might be some of that goop left in the evidence locker," Charles says. "I can go see!"

"Under no circumstances are we going to give Peralta superpowers," Holt announces firmly. "That is final."

"But Captain!" Jake whines, but then he slumps to the floor. Everyone looks at Gina.

"I just thought he'd benefit from a nap," Gina says, not looking up from filing her nails, and after a moment, everyone nods.

"Now, about costumes," Charles begins, and even Holt groans.

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