Well, I'm going to try once again to fuse a lot of concepts together to make one story. This time, it involves four different ideas. Now, here I'm asking two questions. A. Is this similar to another story? I ask this so I have something to compare to, which can be very helpful. B. Have you written a story yourself with this many plot threads? Wonder what your writing experience was like with it. Alright, here's to get an idea of the plot. The story starts with a child being rushed into a hospital, with a disease that has a 100% fatality rate, and no cure. Desperate to save the child, a surgeon does a very strange surgery, which results in the child's life being preserved, at a cost. In order to save her life, he used an experimental procedure which had... odd results. The odd results include the child having butterfly wings, weight going down to only 50 pounds, and the child's bone composition changing. While this occurs, a boy comes down with ANGEL, a disease that, through study, the procedure done earlier was created. This results of that can be read in the short story I posted, "Birth of An Angel," which was to test to see if I was ready. With all of that, a time traveler has arrived. She's from the year 2080, and has interesting modifications from that year. Most of her body is cybernetic, mainly because most of her biological mass has been destroyed by combat. These cybernetic parts allow her to lift up to use a .50 heavy machine gun like most would use an assault rifle, shrug off most bullets with ease(.50 she can take, but it would be like being punched really hard in the gut), and can hack into government supercomputers in three seconds. She's here to fundamentally alter human society so that it doesn't destroy itself in the future. Okay, how does this all tie together? Our future is apocalyptic for a reason. A disease that killed 97% of human males, (which lead to our culture changing in interesting ways to say the least) and a huge alien invasion causes issues. All of this is tied to events happening in the present.