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Peter decides to think on this, "Might as well look up what kind of women are out there with
animal names at least."
He types on the profile looking for just women with animal names, being either real or mythical. A sample list appeared on his computer.
Anaconda, Asp, Batgirl, Batwoman, Black Canary, Black Cat, Black Mamba, Black Racer, Black Widow, Bumblebee, The Cat, Catwoman, Copycat, Cheetah, Cheshire, Chimera, Coachwhip, Crimson Fox, Deathbird, Diamondback, Dolphin, Dove, Dragonfly,
Dragonrider, Fer-de-lance, Harpy, Hawk, Hawkeye, Hawkwoman, Hawkgirl, Hellcat, Hynea, Impala, Insect Queen, Lady Blackhawk, Lady Octopus, Ladyhawk, Lupa, Magpie, Medusa, Mockingbird, Moondragon, Nightcat, Owlwoman, Pantha, Phoenix, Princess Python, Queen Bee,
Raven, Scorpia, Scorpion, Shadowcat, Silver Fox, Silver Sable, Silver Scorpion, Snapdragon, Snowbird, Songbird, Sphinx, Spider Girl, Spider-woman, Squirrel Girl, Stepford Cuckoos, Swift, Tigra, Tigress, Viper, Vixen, Wasp, White Rabbit, Yellowjacket
The Master PC profile page also noted that some of these women shared code names with males, examples like Scorpion and Cheetah. Some code names had more then one person using it, like the villainous White Rabbits or the Heroic Batgirls.
Or in the case of Black Widow a hero and a villain both held the name, given it was a default name for Russian female super-soldier agents.
"This is just a sample list of names only? There must be a couple of dozen names on here, just by the looks of it. Wonder what I should do? Just pick out the heroes and anti-heroes? Villains, to redeem them? A mix of the two? Or should I just have the computer
pick them out by random?
Or maybe I can play around with this?" asked Peter as he set to work.
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