"Put. The. Weapon. Down." *cough* cop Elsa *cough*
Elsa could feel the strain of her uniform stretched tight against her shoulders as she held her firearm aloft between her and the redheaded criminal. “Do it, now. I don’t want to have to hurt you.”
The crook smirked lazily, cocking her hip and holding her own gun in front of her, pointed strait at Elsa. “Now, now, officer, no need to get testy. I want one thing and one thing only, and I’m going to get it if I have to shoot you or not.” Elsa cursed, wondering where her backup was. She didn’t have her radio with her, had lost it in the chase, but even cornered the other woman didn’t lose her cockiness. “As a matter of fact,”
Elsa stiffened when the redhead caressed the trigger, realizing too late that the woman was serious —
"Let’s end this right now." Elsa squeezed her eyes shut as she was shot in the face.
"Anna!" She spluttered, the water unrelenting as it blasted her right in the cheek and then swerved to the side to jet right into her mouth. Elsa turned and wiped the liquid from her eyes, rolling her eyes as Anna cackled.
"Evil will always prevail!" she crowed, waving her water gun high in the air and throwing her head back for another guffaw. Elsa spotted two figures sneaking towards them and smirked.
"Not so, evil doer! I will be avenged!" Before Anna had time to realize what was happening, their daughters stood on either side of her and squirted her without mercy.
"Oh! I have been betrayed! Kari! Liv! How could you!" Anna sobbed dramatically, sinking to her knees.
"Mommy said you’re the bad guy," Liv said matter-of-factly, still shooting her mother as she collapsed to the ground.
"Mommy’s always right," Kari added, a little more apologetically. Anna looked thoughtful, sitting up as water splashed against her cheek.
"That’s true." She grinned up at Elsa and waggled her eyebrows. "Mommy’s gonna help me get dry after this, right?" Elsa rolled her eyes but smiled, and the girls continued shooting until their tanks were empty.