"Crucible, Part Two": Kara starts out in Crucible Academy, pegged as a champion of Earth (a fact she accepts although she's still a bit uncomfortable about), and makes several friends: Maxima, Comet, and Tsavo. She learns about history of millions of different worlds, tactics and combat.
- I was foolish. Finding myself at that incredible school, learning new things, meeting new people... It was the closest I'd been to a normal life in a long time. I'm beginning to think I'll never learn.
- -- Supergirl
Appearing in "Crucible, Part Two"
Synopsis for "Crucible, Part Two"
Kara starts out in Crucible Academy, pegged as a champion of Earth (a fact she accepts although she's still a bit uncomfortable about), and makes several friends: Maxima, Comet, and Tsavo. She learns about history of millions of different worlds, tactics and combat.
In the meantime, the Crucible High Council is having several meetings regarding the direction of the Academy. Preceptor Amata and Professor Korstus have different visions about Crucible and don't like each other much: Amata thinks the school should instruct heroes and make leaders. Korstus sounds like he wants to raise an army and seems overly interested in cloning technology. The Council decides to look into the cloning initiative, but placing such an investigation under Amata's direct control.
Later it's revealed that Korstus already has a candidate for cloning in mind: Superboy.
Kara visits and has to heart-to-heart talks with Maxima (who doesn't like her family because they don't care for her potential as a leader or warrior but her ability to bear children and help repopulate her planet) and Tsavo (who is worried about his planet Ngo being torn apart by a civil war).
Amata interrupts their conversation to warn the situation on Ngo is at a critical point. Supergirl's study group is being sent out by way of a peace-keeping force.
Supergirl and her schoolmates are teleported to Ngo. Quickly they engage the enemy, and Tsavo reveals he's a prince, and the royal family is being attacked by rebels led by his older brother Roho.
- This book was first published on December 17, 2014.
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