The nanites from the Quinton School for Young Superheroes are still rampaging on the campus as students and faculty have set up a rotating schedule for destroying new buildings as they come. Now, the residents of Carterson have been invited to help out.
Headmaster Muskrat has offered some residents to opportunity to vent their frustrations of the nanites by letting them destroy buildings alongside the students and faculty. “This is more fun than I thought it’d be,” said Jill Hadley. “The lady with the weird face tattoos [faculty member Tara Target] gave me this giant hammer to smash things with. The hammer isn’t as heavy as it looks, but it still smashes things good.”
“I’ve destroyed 20 gargoyles today!”
Residents have been helping out the school, not just to give the students and faculty a break, but also to help preserve their homes from unwanted gargoyles and spikes. Members of a local gym have come by, mostly for the exercise. “I’m all for a full-body workout,” said Jon Anthony. “Smashing buildings uses every muscle in your body. It’s great for bodybuilding.”
But some residents aren’t so happy about this. Mary Landers wouldn’t mind if the nanites came over and helped out her house. “I wouldn’t mind have a second floor and a garage,” she said. “Can’t they let a few of them robots come over and remodel my house? I wouldn’t even mind a few gargoyles.”
Meanwhile, the Muskrat assured residents that Professor Stratosphere was close to a solution to stomp the rampage.