So, Victor was free of Ultron for all intensive purposes, but had his mental overcoming been enough for the influence? He knew Ultron could easily influence him and cause his 'fail-safe' to engage, but he wanted to make sure that he was in control of his own destiny now. He was starting to warm up to the hero business a lot more, and he was even starting to grow to want to be one. Sure, the Runaways were heroes in their own right, but he didn't consider them a superhero team. They were just more or less trying to make up for the actions of the Pride, but thought the course of that, they had started to slowly lean more towards the path of being a hero team. Their goals were always the right one, and they always tried to do the right thing, but they were lacking something; and it wasn't costumes. He just shook his head, staring at the building of the famous Iron Man, Anthony 'Tony' Stark.
Should I really be here, can he even help me?
He slowly entered the building, and walked up to the receptionist. He went to speak, but no words came out of his mouth, he didn't know what to say. Was he suppose to tell the receptionist he was here to see Tony because he wanted to make sure Ultron couldn't influence him in the future? Wouldn't that cause a bit of talk to buzz through the building, and possibly make Tony more like to come as Iron Man than Tony? He shook his head, heading over to the lobby, and just took a seat in one of the chairs. He knew it was likely that Tony was already aware of his presence here, so he'd just wait for the man to come down on his choice, not by request.