Eviscerare PoV: Heroes, Part 1Eviscerare PoV: Heroes, Part 11 year ago in Settings More Like This
What follows is a series of 'journal entries', recovered from a warehouse in Paris, France in the aftermath of the infamous "Ten Days of Terror" event. These are believed to be written by the man behind the attacks... Eviscerare.
-Walkiria: "My dear... I have such sights to show you, such suffering to introduce you to."
When most folks see someone like Walkiria, they see someone you shouldn't mess with. One of the "Big Guns" so to speak. Eviscerare, though, only sees a bigger more public target. And all of her powers do nothing to deter him. Just makes it more challenging to get at her, and he LOVES challenges.
-Soviet Superwoman: "I do so very hope you're enjoying your time spent in our dimension... and hope you cherish those memories you've made. They'll be all you have in the end."
While he respects her abilities, depending on the scenario, Olga might be seen by Eviscerare as nothing more than a 'means to an end' to get at some in the Hero Community. Especially as a mean
Hyper Con: FireBrandi Q and ABrandi cleared some of the flyers off of the table, putting them next to her bag of action figures and other goodies from the convention. Taking the mic in hand she hopped up on the table.Hyper Con: FireBrandi Q and A4 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Ok, can you all See me now? Good."
"Before we go to the questions let me say a few things about myself. I'm what is usually classified as a mutant. My powers developed naturally, starting when I was about 14. When that happened my future as a hero was set. I didn't start right away. With something as potentially hazardous as fire powers you have to be extra careful. So I spent years not only learning to control my powers, but understanding how fire works. Like how firemen learn about how fires spread, what kinds of materials are explosive, or give off toxic smoke. You have to know this kind of stuff, otherwise you can be a bigger hazard than the criminals you intend to stop."
"Now, I'm not from this dimension. I'm from Rhode Island in a parallel world, that has a much larger meta human p
Retaining Fine-Howard-and FineMs. Nancy BrentonRetaining Fine-Howard-and Fine1 year ago in Settings More Like This
Fine-Howard-Fine Law Firm
City of Angel Falls
Dear Ms. Brenton
By way of introduction, my name is Geneviere Winter, owner and publisher of several media outlets throughout the world. Perhaps you are familiar with White Wave Publishing, a subsidiary of WW Communications?
I will be moving to the city of Angel Falls soon as I am brokering a deal to purchase The Daily Herald Newspaper. I am also closing escrow on the properties of the late Harry Slate, which will include his mansion as well as his no longer published magazine in particular the magazine's printing equipment. His estate has cleared probate and I will be able to take custody of the property soon.
I wish to retain yours and your firm's services for myself personally; as well as in the interests of White Wave publishing, the Herald, and some magazines to premier in the next twelve months. As you are aware, good legal representation is essential for a person in
Doc Valiant PoV: Villains, part 1Doc Valiant PoV: Villains, part 11 year ago in Settings More Like This
Excerpts from the personal Audio Logs of Doctor Alexander Valiant.
-Ultrawoman: "God complex wrapped up in a sexy body with powers beyond mere mortal men. Taking her down (should the situation ever arise) will prove most challenging. I love challenges."
Ultrawoman's out of his league, but that still won't stop Valiant from taking her on should the need arise. It certainly wouldn't be the first time he's faced down seemingly insurmountable odds. All he has to find is a weakness or crack in her armor... and he'll "be in business"... if Ultrawoman doesn't pummel him to death first.
-Xeranad: "If I had a dime for every run-in with tin-gods, wannabe conquerors, and other such individuals I'd probably have a shitload of dimes. While this "Lekard" fellow sings a familiar tune I've heard more than once in my life, his mastery of such arcane arts is nothing to joke about. He's gone toe-to-toe with many of the big guns and more than once made a few of them look like the junior varsity
Doc Valiant PoV: Wildcards, Part 1Doc Valiant PoV: Wildcards, Part 11 year ago in Settings More Like This
Excerpts from the personal audio logs of Doctor Alexander Valiant.
The So-Called "Wildcards":
-American Hero: "Heart's in the Right (though at times violently misguided) Spot... but her "black and white" outlook and devotion to extremism leaves much (MUCH) to be desired. If she were to clean up her act, and maybe change some of her ways she'd actually live up to her title."
Doc tries to stay out of the political arena as much as possible, having had more than his share of such things in the past. Also, since he's seen how Olga turned out, (a woman from the same world as her) Valiant isn't exactly impressed by Jane Smith's activities as of right now. While some would classify her as a villain, right now (as far as Valiant is concerned) she's a wildcard, still an unknown quantity. Whether or not his views will change depends on Jane's own personal actions in the future.
-Crimson Conservative: "While I'm on the subject of extremists, there's this red-headed giantess. While I can't/won't c
Eviscerare PoV: Villains, Part 1Eviscerare PoV: Villains, Part 11 year ago in Settings More Like This
The So-Called 'Villains':
-Ultrawoman: "So beautiful... so powerful... so confident... so utterly obnoxiously arrogant... and thus will be SO EASY to manipulate. Will be sure to pay you a visit one of these days princess."
Yep, even Ultrawoman isn't above his notice. Now whether or not he'd possibly bite off more than he can chew all depends on his approach. The way he operates doesn't always necessarily require an upfront confrontation.
-Xeranad: "Speaking of possible relics... there's this Lekard fellow. A little bit twitchy for my tastes at times, (that and his supposed "control" over chaotic forces makes me wonder who controls who) but I must admit he has a certain... style to him that I find most admirable."
The only obstacle to these two collaborating would probably be the issue of trust. They both may be 'Agents of Chaos', but that doesn't necessarily translate to good teamwork skills. Like Joker and Carnage, they both may be maniacs, but have such different approaches to it tha
Doc Valiant PoV: Heroes, part 1Doc Valiant PoV: Heroes, part 11 year ago in Settings More Like This
Doc Valiant's Angel Falls PoV
Excerpts from the personal Audio Logs of Doctor Alexander Valiant.
-Walkiria: "As strong, as amazing, and as powerful as she is beautiful. Enjoyed getting to know AND HELP her."
Doc enjoyed meeting Walkiria, and hopes their meeting (and collaborations) turns into a friendship. There's a part of him that would love to get back into the "game", or at the very least have more of an active presence in such matters. So maybe Walkiria will be the catalyst to bring him back?? Either way, he'll at least make her that new costume.
-Soviet Superwoman: "Despite her name, despite her origins, (a world where the USSR was the lesser evil?) she is truely a devoted (and inspiring) champion for justice. Wheras the American Hero has seemingly/stubbornly refused to accept the world she now lives in, Olga has taken this drastic change in her life quite well."
While he's met her through Walkiria, Olga made alotta news when she initially ap
Shard's Angel Falls POVShard's Angel Falls POV1 year ago in Comedy More Like This
Sup, my Angel Falls followers! It's your favorite psycho here bringing you a COMPLETELY ORIGINAL POV list thingy, (apparently my creator wanted to do one and I got bored heh heh)
Anyway, guess I should start things off,
"Aw look at him in his plastic armor and his mother's drapes, isn't he just Super!"
The Corporal seems to be the type of guy who takes himself way too seriously, or someone who's seen way too much Robotech and Batman, so really I want to show him that he can lighten up, plus a little insanity might lighten up his mood, if you know what I mean.
"oh, look it's Korra! No wait, it's just a lesbian. Nevemind"
Robin seems a little too like a certain Raven, never really one to interact with the other Titans! But overall too much of a sourpuss to even try to get her to smile. She can do that on her own.
"sexy Vampire chick?! Naw, just an Earth Bender"
Morgana's the type of girl who you think is on the uppity, holier-then-thou but real
Tartarus Superhuman Penitentiary Info Part II6. Cellblocks A-E: Type I-V SuperhumansTartarus Superhuman Penitentiary Info Part II11 months ago in Settings More Like This
Cellblocks sandwiched between Floor One and Floor Two are called “Gen-Pop” or General Population Units. They handle the bulk of Tartarus’s prisoners. All inmates here are male and incarcerated based on Power Level. The Prison requires that all convicts clothing bear the cellblock’s letter on the back for clear and quick identification. No Prisoner is allowed in any other cellblock, but his own (except in specific cases). While some convicts have traded clothing to sneak into other units, The Robotic COs have sophisticated Facial Recognition Software to immediately recognize convicts by face and name; The RCOs receive weekly program updates on incoming or outgoing prisoners, so they know very quickly if someone Is supposed to be there or not.
• Cellblock A – Type I Supers
Supervising Cellblock A is considered the safest Gen-Pop Gig in Tartarus considering most of th
Tartarus Superhuman Penitentiary Info Part I1. Prisoner Classification SystemTartarus Superhuman Penitentiary Info Part I11 months ago in Settings More Like This
The Federal Bureau of Prisons created the following cataloging system, categorizing powered convicts and the necessary containment and power suppression protocols to minimize the threat posed by inmates.
• Type I – Type I prisoners rely on an external energy sources or items for their powers. this includes sophisticated technology (Power armor and weaponry), unique skill sets (archery or swordplay) and magical talisman (Power Amulets, alchemical powders, animal compatriots, etc.) Stripped of these gimmicks, the prisoner is human, though potentially capable of up to Olympic-level proficiencies or attributes. Battlesuit and Gadgeteer-type criminals tend to fall into Type I classfication, though some ultra-geniuses and peak-trained physical combatants are considered Type II because they cannot be strip of their ability so readily.
• Type II – Type II inmates rely on internal proficiencies