Name: Annabella Rodgers
What she remembers of her parents: She doesn't remember much about either of her parents. She remembers her father having kind blue eyes and a gentle voice that would sing her lullabies when she couldn't sleep. She remembers her mother having long golden hair and a laugh that reminded her of wind chimes. And she remember that both of them were always smiling. Other then those things, she doesn't remember what they look like or any other features.
Bio: Her parents were Captain America and woman called Shockwave. From what Pepper has told her about her parents, Shockwave was a villain the Avengers fought, and captured. No one knew much about what turned her mother to the good side other then the fact Captain America had been put in charge to see she didn't escape and something happened behind the scenes and they fell in love. After that her mother quit crime and she married the Captain. She had been planning on joining the Avengers, but then a little surprise came along. And that surprise was was Anna herself. After that, Captain America made her swear to not join, for their child's sake, to ensure Anna at least had one parent if anything went wrong.
But, when Anna was four years old, a villian named Carsion came from another planet with his people called the Somors. The Avengers fought and sacrificed themselves with nothing to show for it. In learning about her husband's death, Shockwave went into a rage and tried to go after Carsion, only to do as well. Before she went off though, she was smart enough to leave Pepper and Bruce a message, saying where to find the four year old girl and a password to a lock. They found her in a underground locked metal shelter. Of course, they found her huddled and crying in a corner. They took her away with the other kids and they all hid away in the underground layer, training their powers to hopefully beat the villain who killed their parents and save the world.
Powers, skills and weapons: She has her fathers speed, but hardly his strength. She has the power of electricity, which is the power her mother had. She is smart and loves to figure things out like her mother did, but is also a leader like her father was. She has one weapon and that was built for her by Peggy and given to her on her eighth birthday. Its a shield, meant to resemble the one that her father had, but is made of pure energy. It is hidden in a metal cuff on her arm and can appear at any moment of her choosing. Picture below.
Weakness: She's afraid of big bodies of water and ice. She has nightmares that Pepper and Bruce say are connected with how her father was frozen in the ice all those year. They don't know why she has them and they seem to affect her terribly.
Other: She always hears about how good of a leader her father was and tries to be like she heard her was, though is sometimes a little too uptight and needs someone to wind her down a notch.
Name: Clark Barton
What He remembers of his parents: He remembers a lot about his father. His father died about a year after the attacks made by Carsion started so he probably knew more about the situation. His dad was brave, smart, a good shot, and, well, a all together superhero.
Bio: Not much to say about him. His father was Hawk eye and his mother a normal human. His father died when he was eight and his mother was killed when he was nine in one of the attacks made by Carsion. After that he was taken by Bruce back to the underground shelter where he and the others now live.
Powers, skills, and weapons: He has no abnormal powers. He is just as good at shooting arrows as his father was. He redesigns arrows to give them special effects on enemies, And with a little help from Keith and Pepper. He's also really good at hand to hand combat.
Weakness: He's very gullible and will believe close to anything one will tell him if he trusts that person.
Other: He's the oldest and likes to think of himself as a example, though sometimes can try to prove himself stronger then others and fail miserably.
"Clark! Where is my cuff?!" Anna yelled, walking quickly through the dimly lit hallways of the underground layer. This place had been their home for a good thirteen, almost fourteen, years. That long stuck in a metal 'shelter' was not very good for her, or the other kids. While this place had everything they needed, it was hard not being able to really see the outside world. S.H.I.E.L.D was still in tact and would get them everything they needed so there was no need to leave. No need to explore. No need to do anything, "Clark! I know you have it, now where--"
"Looking for this?" Clark grinned, leaning against the wall, Anna's cuff on his arm. She glared at him and held out her hand, "Hand it over Barton."
"Why don't you try to take it from me."
Anna yelled out in frustration and anger, and within the next few moments, Anna and Clark were going at it in the hallway, Anna getting dangerously angry. As the daughter of a Super Solider and former villain, it wasn't very good when she got mad. While she went nearly as strong as her father had been, she was stronger then a normal human. As for her speed, she was just as fast as her father had been an d had her mother's power over electricity. When Pepper finally saw Clark and Anna fighting each other, it took she and Bruce to desperate the two, Anna doing a good job of shocking each of them.
Bruce got Anna's cuff back from Clark, while Clark just laughed at how angry he had gotten Anna to get. Anna, an annoyed look on her face, snapped her cuff back into place on her arm, wondering how he even got it off her arm in the first place. Probably in her sleep most likely. Either way, she wanted to punch his face in that moment. She looked over as Pepper place a hand on her shoulder, smiling gently at her like she remembered her mother doing so long ago every time she got angry. Anna sighed and did her best to smile back, "Sorry about that Pepper...I....didn't shock you too bad, did I?"
Pepper shook her head and continued to smile, "Not too bad...just remember, deep breaths and stay calm."
She nodded and sighed, though Clark sitting over across the room, grinning smugly, did not help at all in her staying calm.