Rho on 13 Mar at 8: Robin was the more bad-a with one; and one of my leads also has a bo staff. Tom on 22 Apr at 1: Greenwood Lake is one of the the dumping zones for the nuclear waste. If his main way of fighting is using his powers to age things that will be very interesting.
Methodical, eloquent, intelligent and charming, but self-centred and arrogant.
Wallcrawling and web spinning is cool, but spider sense takes it over the egde in a good way. Spook Jonas Miller Very strong ESP, which includes chanelling, astral projection, communication with the dead, and weak precognition.
Not even at Batman standards, just below Punisher. So when people get mad, they swear, and drugs, partying and sex are involved. For example, Daredevil threw himself in the way of an oncoming truck to save a pedestrian, Wonder Woman chose to disobey her mother by secretly competing to represent the island abroad, Spiderman initially chose not to use his superpowers and it got his uncle killed, etc.
Ragged Boy on 06 Feb at 2: Spectrum Terence Craig Manipulation of the electromagnetic spectrum — stuff like invisibility, X-ray vision, infra-red vision, etc.
Of course, the weaker characters should also be valuable.
I would reccommend changing her powers maybe something more simple, like creating poisons in her body or give her some sort of control over the gas. Also unquestioning of authority and a little too willing to compromise on the moral front.
Alternatively, you could go with an opposite force of nature like fire and heat. I hope this helps. Which is why you have the batman and green arrows.
These are just suggestions though. Having the ability to erase memories makes the stakes much lower.
Joshua has the power to manipulate air. Or summoning, but only things that you have drawn before. Will probably serve as the Big Bad. The winners of the three categories will get a trophy each and every participant will get a certificate in acknowledgement of their efforts.
Yeah, power mimicry needs strong limitations. Slightly ironic given that he used to be a criminal, but then again he did pick a god as his alias.
Dforce on 22 Apr at 1: Yeah, he was unstoppable. Tom on 29 Mar at 9: So basically, he was immune and they forced him to work in a mine. You might find it easier to work with something like three: Precognition might be mentioned, and the chanelling is a major plot point.
Wade on 02 Mar at 5: Any other suggestions of powers that might fit this character? Here are some limitations you could use to shake things up. For example would it be pointless to create a character who can turn invisible and have superspeed? Lark goes to give money for charity when he is caught in the explosion.
Brannigan Bone manipulation, super-durability NOT invulnerablevery minor healing factor only because of the bone thing. But do you guys have any other ideas that maybe cool?
He can make a forcefield around his body like an invisible second skin that can withstand any force but at a cost of becoming extremely exhausted. Usually, the character is just a speedster like the Flash or Quicksilver.
When Lark escapes and removes the bomb from his body, he plans to stop the Kingpin and end his ways no matter what. Thinking back a fire villian may not be all that fresh I find fire a very uninteresting ability.School students around the nation have risen to a challenge to write a book in a day and raise funds for childhood cancer research.
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