Finally, the experiments were done, the outfits were designed, the colors chosen, and the training had begun. Things were rocky at first, knives flying everywhere, people tripping over themselves, an unintentional tentacle breakout or two, miscalculations, and the holes in the walls, so many holes. Eventually, the team started pulling it all together. After every practice, there would be the debriefing where they would go over all of their highs, lows, and all points in between.
Of course, Coach would keep reminding them that everything they did wrong, or in fact everything they did, would lead to the death of the team. After which, he would then make them take a lap. It did not take long to see why others in the complex gave him the nickname “Super-Douche”. Loud mouthed that he was, he did know what he was talking about, and at least, seemed to care.
Dinah was seen mostly through glass for the protection of team. They were still raw and unproven, so development thought it best to keep the team from direct contact. In fact, some of them were warned not to lock gazes with her. There have been … incidents.
Things went well at the commercial committee as the group decided on the phrase, “Be a hero!”. Filming was rough, but in the end they got the cut they needed and began running it on major networks, during prime time. DynaCorp was going to sell this team to the public, even if it killed them. The team of course, DynaCorp would endure. Initial feedback was positive and the Dynamix train left the station. Now it was time to back up their claims.
Dynamix had a date with destiny. They were to debut to the public with a demonstration of their powers for all to see. A televised event was set up for them to go against their training bot, the DynaBot 9000. Their last training session against it was not very successful, unless you count the victory for the boys at the Death Simulation Department, but much was learned and improved upon. And lap, oh the laps.
It was time for the big debut. They suited up and prepared for battle. But there was one minor setback. DynaBot 9000 got hacked. It began attacking in a very aggressive manner and it’s safety protocols had been deactivated. It began to go after the live crowd that had attended the event.
Quickly, the team rallied up, ditched there simulated weaponry, and began to go after the DynaBot. Trickshot came up with some effective techniques to get the crowd to safety, and sell some merchandise. Shui snapped some killer video footage of the assault to post on twitter later, as well as some great moves. With teamwork, the group brought down the DynaBot, but was left a bit tired and confused. Regardless, they stayed to sign photos, and other memorabilia from the day.
The next day there was a debriefing, some had hacked DynaCorp. It was something that was near impossible to do. They had an enemy, one from the shadows. Security would get tighter and DynaCorp’s assets would be protected, including the Dynamix. On the plus side, their debut appeared to go off without a hitch and the public started to love them even more.
Years from now, people would be asking each other, “You remember when …?”.