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Lois would be a rather different kettle of fish than Kara; on the one hand, she lacked superpowers, and thus would be more vulnerable to Jade Dragon's influence. On the other hand, unlike naive, impressionable Supergirl, Lois had a strong will and well-honed
reporter's instincts; it would be harder to keep her lulled as Jade Dragon enthralled her.
Truth be told, Jade Dragon was kinda playing by ear here; in her own universe, she'd already enslaved all of Earth's major heroes by the time she got to Lois, and had used her husband against her. It would be quite exciting seeing how long it would take Lois
to break without that leverage.
Lois Lane exited the supermarket, pushing a cart full of groceries. Sure, Clark could've procured most of what they needed fresher and for free, but A: that risked causing suspicion, and B: Lois was too independent for that. This did not, however, make the
task any less mind-numbingly boring; as a result of which, it wans't until she'd dragged her cart up to her car that she noticed the half-naked Asian beauty lounging on top of it, holding an elegant cigarette holder and breathing out glowing green smoke.
The woman looked...no, leered at her, undressing Lois with her eyes. "Hello, Ms Lane," she purred in a sultry voice. "You don't know me, but I'd very much like to...'know' you."
Her tone suggested that she meant "know" in the biblical sense. The various individual elements of the whole scenario weren't unusual to Lois; she was an attractive woman, so come ones were common, she was famous so random strangers introducing themselves was
old hat, and she'd been dealing with superheroes since long before she'd married one. Still, all these elements combined was definitely weird, even for Lois.
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