So this sucks but here you go: Clarice Rome Stark is the 16 year old daughter of Tony Stark. Her mother died when she was 11 and her father blames himself for her mother’s death. Her best friend is Peter Parker who she knows is spider-man. But what she doesn't know is that her whole life is about to change. “Rice!” Tony yells up the stairs to his daughter room. “What, dad!” Clarice yell back. “Peters here!” “I'll be there in a second!” Clarice shouts running down the stairs in a black nike shirt,a bright yellow pair of nike pros, and some black and white Nikes. Her dad has her train with Peter, although she has no superpowers, so that she can defend herself in times of need. Clarice and Peter have been friends since kindergarten and they've always been there for eachother especially when Peter's parents and Clarice's mother died. Clarice has known of Peter's powers ever since he gained them. She knew something was off about him and when a new hero showed up she knew that it was Peter. “Ya ready Parker?” She asks smirking while walking towards the training part of the tower. “Not really.” Peter groans following her. Today was one of their intense training days, they had one each month where they had to train for 5 hours straight, Peter hated these days but Clarice loved them. “We're starting with one on one combat today.” Clarice states while walking into the training room and grabbing her water bottle from the bench. “But I don't wanna hurt you.” Peter says motioning towards her. “You won't hurt me Parker, dont worry. If anything I'll be the one hurting you!” She says spraying Peter with her water bottle. “Hey!” He yells wiping the water from his face. “Clarice. Be nice.” Natasha says walking into the room. “But what if I don't want to be?” Clarice says crossing her arms and pouting with her lips. “Remember, go easy on him. You have more training than him.” Natasha reminds her. “I know.” She says rolling her eyes, arms still crossed.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “That felt great!” Clarice says grabbing a towel from the rack. Cont. In comments