Location: All over National City (10:37pm)When Winn first woke up today, he was hit by an extreme sensation of anxiety and trauma as if something was clawing its way out of him. Like the gates keeping some sort of darkness in him had been completely shattered, say...the damage dealt to him on all levels - physical, emotional and spiritial - by his late father?
That was 14 hours, 34 minutes and 19--20--21 seconds ago. Yes, Winn kept count. He didn't know why, just did. But now he had a big-league on his tail. Valor, National City's pet Kryptonian pretty-boy. He was like a homing missile, he wouldn't give up! It was to the point Winn was grumbling curse words he KNEW Mon-El could hear. He looked down at the dashboard of his motorbike, for a moment he listened to the engine roaring with all its might to carry Winn to whatever safety there was. If at all.
Lifting a hand from one side of the handles, he waved it across the glowing screen, causing a detailed holographic web of panels to appear around Winn. "AUTO-DRIVE, ENGAGED." said the vehicle with a grating, metallic voice. Winn didn't like the condescending voice most Sat-Navs had. Don't judge.
Winn leant upright and slid a few of the interactive panels across the air like some giant iPhone. He did it for a few seconds until he found something he wanted. Tapping it, the panel turned from a calm crystalline blue to a blood red and 'shattering'. Winn pressed another button on the side of his helmet and turned to face the airborne Kryptonian.
The rain was noticeable but not enough to deter Winn or his pursuer, it seemed. Made it easier for Winn, actually. Heavy rain meant that drivers were more cautious and slower and less likely to get in his way. Not that he didn't have a way to get past, but still. "Why you bother to chase me so much, day after day, Valor is beyond me. Is it my charisma? My lovely face? Or do you just have a kink for being punished like some disobedient work animal?" the Toyman-legacy spoke in a venomous, chastising voice as a holographic HUD projected in front of Winn's left eye from his helmet. It beeped.
And suddenly something, at a speed so high it was almost a blur, soared in from above and rammed itself into Mon-El, proceeding to erupt in an explosion with enough force to down a 2-story house if it hit one directly. Winn may be human, but Valor was no god. And Winn was ready to prove it.