Hello and welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the first thrilling episode of Chemistry With Kid Flash (that's me)! Today I—[an indignant Ele from Wally Jr.]—we will be, uh, re-recreating the most amazing experiment you'll never get to witness because it's kind of a top secret family thing and even if I wanted to record it, I unfortunately can't grow extra arms like the beautiful shapeshifting Miss Martian, and Wally Jr. over here almost fried this thing last time...
[And he's rambling, so Wally Jr. grunts and jolts Wally back on track. Wally sighs like a lovesick puppy, but continues perkily nevertheless.]
Anyway! This is the experiment that turned me into the one and only Kid Flash! Well, not the only Flash, 'cause there's The Flash—and Jay Garrick, the, uh, other Flash—well, the first Flash if we're getting technical. And I'm Kid Flash! Except I'm not. Not here, anyway. (I don't know how Rob does it without superpowers...)
So that's what the experiment is for! Wally Jr. will be assisting me by providing the lightning—a key element to the success of the experiment, might I add. So without further ado—
[There's some faint clinking and pouring and then a grunt of ELEKID and the sound of Wally Jr's Thunder Shock along with Wally has just been doused in the electrically charged chemicals that caused that pretty big explosion. You can probably hear him sizzling right about now. It's a good thing Thunder Shock isn't fatal... Explosions on the other hand...]
Now... we wait...
[And the transmission cuts off. Yeah, he's unconscious now. All responding tags will be forward-dated to when he regains consciousness.
ooc | I am assuming that all the chemicals needed to do this experiment are fairly common and/or can be found in household items, because Wally was only thirteen when he originally did this and there would have been no way for him to get his hands on uncommon/rare chemicals. He's also very creative, so I'm sure he could improvise and mix things found in Blackthorn if he had to.]