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I could just use some moral support, James. Because what I'm going to do is this... find everyone I "love"... you included. Don't argue and don't ask -- see they're protected... find out what this "Icepick Protocol" is... and who's using it... bring everything they are crashing down... kill every single one of them... and toast Ivan in the blazing ruins. Could be tricky.
One with the environment. -- One of the most valuable skills in espionage. You can gear up with the best swag out there-- Put on camo, tech, weaponry... But it is the unteachable skill to belong anywhere. The other edge of what is the unfortunate truth: You must first belong nowhere.
He calls himself the Weeping Lion. He's attempting to blackmail me into servitude. I've been playing along with him until I could get a sense of his endgame, but I can't afford to fail. I'll retrieve the list.
I've been thinking a lot about Life and Death during the past twelve Hours. When something surrounds and madly engulfs your entire Existence, you can't help but give it more than just casual Consideration. Life is Fluid. Some 90 % of what we are is made up of Water. Without this precious Liquid we are nothing. We cease to exist. We're dead. This Water's carried around in Thinskinned Sacks. We must all be Insane to race recklessly about in World filled with so many sharp and pointed Dangers. That's just asking for Trouble.
This "nice long nap" you describe? It's preceded by a death. Not a coma, even -- we're talking about actual, physical death. How traumatic an experience something like that is? To have felt the life drain out of you, and then come back from that? To have known that fear, to have felt that cold -- that changes you. And then to not just live again, but -- most of the people we're talking about, they died fighting. For them to go from that, to back to the front lines, sometimes within an hour's time? Is that something you'd sign up for?
...Eric is a Life-Model Decoy. In the Core, we found Ant-Man's beacon in a large puddle of blood... but when we found Eric, he was uninjured. You were killed and brought back as a Descendant, sent here to spy for Father--
You claim you're serious about ending this. Okay, then. We have an opening that only you can exploit. Two of you will be sent in undercover. The other four will provide support. You're not going in there as heroes. You're not there to save anyone. You're not there to stop anything. You're there to blend in. Becomethe enemy. You're going to infiltrate the Hydra Youth Choir.
Ever regret not doing your homework when you take on a new identity, Clint? ... Before you went back to being Hawkeye, you had a different costume, a different name, but one with a history. The spymaster of Dark Ocean...also known as Ronin. And apparently he's killing again.
Rodchenko was one of the Red Room's main programmers in the mid-1970s... He implanted cover identities into operatives pre-mission. I think he was the one who made me believe I was a ballerina for several years.