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You throw your graduation cap up into the air, smiling as you let out a sigh of relief. Four years of high school finally done, now it's time to enter the real world. As you turn to leave, you think you see someone out of the corner of your eye, but when you go to look, they've vanished. Odd, but you shrug it off. It's not until you pull up to your house that you begin to worry. A black van is in your driveway, it has a familiar logo on it, though you can't exactly put your finger on it. As you step inside, you see a man at the table dressed in a black suit. You go to say something, but can't seem to get the words out, only then does he look up.
"Good morning [ ], I have been sent here to recruit you to S.H.I.E.L.D."
Okay sorry for the bad beginning but pretty much this is a Rp that takes place in the marvel universe. Your character has been recruited to join S.H.I.E.L.D, a secret government agency that protects the world from harm, whether that be alien or human. S.H.I.E.L.D is the last line of defense when it comes to the human race, meaning that they only take the best and the brightest individuals that they come across. Especially now, as the situation has gotten dire. A group of individuals have begun to reform the group known as Hydra, a secret society bent on destroying S.H.I.E.L.D and the world with it.
To become a S.H.I.E.L.D agent, cadets have to go through one of three of the S.H.I.E.L.D Academy's divisions. These divisions determine where and how the cadets will work once and if they graduate.
S.H.I.E.L.D Academy of Science and Technology:
This academy is responsible for guiding many of the worlds best and brightest scientific minds. All cadets are required at least one PH.D to even enter the academy. Once graduated, these agents will often work with unknown specimen and foreign objects as well as on creating new inventions and weaponry to help S.H.I.E.L.D with its mission.
The S.H.I.E.L.D Academy of Operations:
This branch has the most aggressive program and the highest percentage of washouts. This academy trains specialists and field agents. The graduates from here often become spies and field agents, working directly to put criminals and the unknown behind bars.
The S.H.I.E.L.D Academy of Communications:
This academy is focused on data analysis. It interacts the most with the other academies. The S.H.I.E.L.D Academy of Communications is also the easiest of the three academies to enter, though this is largely debated by the different academies. The agents that graduate often become the leaders of teams that they send out to take care of business.
Each character can either be an agent of a cadet, though cadets are very limited in what they can and cannot do as they are not fully trained. Agents often will be sent out on missions with other agents from the different Academies, though it depends on the mission.
First and last name || Gender || Age || Agent / Cadet / Hydra || Which academy they went to|| What they specialize in|| Human / Inhuman || Powers if inhuman || Personality || Looks || Wears || Biggest fear || Weapon(s) || Backstory (Opt.) || Friends || Enemies || Codeword || Other
- Each agent is given a ranking using a number system. If just out of the academy, most cadets are level 1, and as they gain experience they slowly climb the levels. Please do not make an 18 year old a level 10, it makes no sense.
-There are things called inhumans in this world. They are humans who have partially alien DNA, which gives them powers. Hydra and S.H.I.E.L.D are both working on containing them, both wanting to be able to use them when it comes to war.
-codeword is terrigenesis, try to hide it
- You can make Hydra characters if you want as well as spies. Though remember, be careful as if they get caught they may have a hard chance of getting out of there alive.
-If you have any questions, just ask!
- Be kind
- Hate the character, not the scratcher
- No Mary Sues or Gary Sues
- Don't kill off other peoples characters without permission
- Please be descriptive in your bios, I can guarantee that it will help in creating more authentic characters and help in the long run, even if it's a bit annoying.
- As this is after highschool, cadets have to be at least 17 and agents have to be at least 20.
- If you want a high ranking agent, that's fine, but please make sure that their age matches their rank. It wouldn't make sense for a 20 year old to be the director, so just make sure that it makes sense.