"Is that powered armor?" She was next to the newcomer in a flash, peppering her with questions. "What does it do? How is it powered? Is it twitch controls or a neural interface?"
Peppered with questions most people would have wilted under the onslaught but for Eva this was exactly what she loved, and the more complex the question the better. So she answered Liz's questions like a Ping pong player in rapid succession.
"Yes it is, it Channels electromagnetic and fundamental forces through a series of power shunts to enhanced physical capacity and project alpha wave plasma on multiple frequencies and intensities, Its powered by a self perpetuating gravitic flux that uses a fiberoptic circulatory system to channel the energy to suit functions, and its a direct neural interface with full sensory input and a reflex based algorythim to enhanced hand eye coordination with a back up voice and pinpoint eye and facial reader for instant control."
All of this was said with as literal a straight face as Eva was actually very exited. She had heard of this young lady in some work she did for Aegis and read about some of her work in the tech journals.
"Oh. Right. I'm Liz. Um... what are you doing here?"
"Eva but I use the codename Vindicator in the field." She said as she removed the helmet and shook out her Long dark hair before smiling genuinely. "I've read your work in the Aegis science journals, and Im impressed Dr. Magnum had nothing but good things to say about you're work with Biometirc array sensors Id love to discuss it in depth with you sometime. As she was talking she saw the pack on Liz's hip and her blue eyes went wide "IS that..." she started to say pointing at the sensor only for K-9s rough voice to interject.
K-9 cocks his head to the side as two new...heroes...potential teammates...temporary replacements...something make their entrances into the Anders building. He takes a moment to assess both women before shrugging. "Welcome to Force Ops. K-9 hopes you last longer than most teammates."
Speaking to Dovetail, K-9 is deferential, but obviously impatient. "Done greeting fng's yet? K-9 is anxious to get started."
"Oh yeah right ready to go unless Ethan needs to talk to me or something. he was kind of vague on the phone said you might need a hand?" she questioned.