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On 2/16/2019 at 6:56 PM, death tribble said:

Try this and please note the gems and the arms. They both need to be referenced.


The Silvershade Metal is a magical Weapon. Practically the magical Equivalent of a Grey Goo scenario, designed specifically to counter mages. Once in contact with a living being, it will first start to spread over the entire skin. Once the body is enveloped, it will eat the being - mind, magic and soul. As it is also a magic consumer, this is not a problem that can be solved via most magic. Very powerfull mages are usually the ones that are consumed fastest.

Aside from a quick amputation, there is a way to stall - but not cure - this artificial affliction: Jewel-Mancy.


Jewel had contracted this diseases when she was still young, her magic still weak. However she had just about enough magic to stop it progressing past her arms. Or at least at the time. Nobody had every dragged out a Silvareshaed Metal Infection that long, so nobody could have predicted that prolonged contact even with the innert/stalled metal would slowly drain her magical powers. As her powers waned, she had to add a gem into her skin as a focus. Then another. Then many others. Her hope is to find a cure until she runs out of skin or magic grade gems.

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Together they form the awesome superteam LEXX.


Leroy, The Amazing Mullet Man is noted for both his super-strength and for being so stupid that he has his mullet in the front rather than in the back.


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9 hours ago, archer said:

Exodia is the cranial unit of a diplo-bot from Altair VII. Exodia currently has no superpowers per se since recently losing his body during a cruise when Leroy let Weevil Underwood "look at Exodia for a moment" then Weevil threw the Exodia body overboard. Exodia, though miffed, still tries to keep Leroy from getting lost and/or walloping the wrong target. Exodia often acts as the team spokesman. 

You put a YugiOh reference into this?

Kudos for that.

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Night Fighter


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19 hours ago, archer said:

Okay, let's try this one on for size




I feel like she is listening to the world and that gives me an idea based on a game: Melodies escape.


The Melodie Family had a story similar to the Alan Familiy: One superpower being passed down or appearing across generations.

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When it turned out the newest member of the Family was deaf, the family was between distraught (about the disability) and releived (that she would not dos something as dangerous as superheroing). Except the deafness might have been a tradeoff for her other superpower: Electromancy. The ability to manipualte and semse EM fields.


Airwave does not need ears to hear music, for she can hear the radio stations directly in her mind. Moreover while "in the flow", she has additional powers like limited flight using a form of magnetic levitation and propulsion.

Most of her time "on patrol" is spend just listening to the peacefull music of the city. But she always is aware of any major indicents that happen because she also listens to the Police Radio. Her main reason to interfere might be annoyance with this "disruption" of the peacefull music, but she is a powerfull Hero none the less.

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7 minutes ago, wcw43921 said:

Thank You, Christopher.  Here's a challenge for everyone--



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Go ahead, reporter boy, laugh it up.  That's what they all do.  Frankly, that's kinda why I chose this ridiculous get-up.  You're a supervillain and you see some guy in an armored battlesuit?  You hit him with everything you got.  Facing off against your local dark avenger of the night?  You use your most lethal attacks, because you know he's not gonna give you an inch.  Guy in a flower costume?  You yuk it up and toss him aside like yesterday's newspaper.


Yeah, laugh all you want, but you're looking at one of the few individuals to take down Grond.  I mean, who knew he had such terrible allergies?  Still, it counts as a major win in my book, even if his sneezes did keep blowing me across the room.


The name?  Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention that.  I'm Flower Child.  No, I wasn't bitten by a radioactive venus flytrap.  Har dee har har.  I'm a botanist who found a way to weaponize flower aromas.  Even ordinary floral scents can leave you mildly dizzy, fatigued, or cause nausea.  Concentrate it up the wazoo and spray it into someone's nasal passages, and you can take someone down.  Doesn't matter to me whether they're sneezing up a storm, hacking up a lung, or are lulled into taking a quick snooze.  Down is down.


The only problem is, no superhero team will take me seriously enough to let me join.  Still, I can take down muggers, bank robbers, and minor-league supervillains - which is why I'm here in Toledo instead of a big city like Chicago or New York City.

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On 3/31/2019 at 11:25 PM, wcw43921 said:

Thank You, Christopher.  Here's a challenge for everyone--



Flower Power


This is what happens when you are bitten by a radioactive flower, you become imbued with the proportional power of plants !

[what ? Since when do flowers bite and surely if a flower is radioactive it withers and dies - Ed]

Able to withstand the weather in all its guises and cling on to any surface 

[that makes sense. Are you back on your medication ? -Ed]

Flower Power soars through the air delivering punches harder than steel !

[obviously not - Ed]

Here he comes to save the day !

[copyright infringement ! - Ed]

So who are you going to call ?

[copyright infringement 2 ! - Ed]

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The Weed

"Sure, all dem other supers with doz plant powers got there powers from a radio-action accident, or dey wuz born with them. Not me! I gave myself my powers! While making a heist, I mean a withdrawal, I sorta, um, purposely ran into that parked truck with all dem radio-action garbage canisters. I, of course, knew they were leaking and planned, yeah, planned on getting powers from them! And I wuz right! So now I can make heists even easier with my plant powers. First, I act all nice and looks like I'm not much of a threat with my flowery costume. Then, bam! I hit doz heroes with my real powers. Mean plant powers rule!"


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I'm grateful for the number of entries received--good to see the image inspired so many people.  I'm giving it to Flower Child, because I like the notion of someone taking down a heavy hitter like Grond in such a novel way.  Weaponized flower aromas---who knew?


Congratulations, BoloOfEarth.  You may post the next image, if you are so inclined.

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2 hours ago, BoloOfEarth said:



How about this guy?  Have I posted this before?

He is The Blood Monk. He is one of the most dangerous martial artists in the world. He is not on the side of angles, nor on the side of devils. He seeks strong opponents, and always fights to kill. His most deadly attack is the Infinite Spiritual Punch of Death, which is said can kill anyone with three strikes, and can even destroy ghosts.

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26 minutes ago, BoloOfEarth said:


Then I'll post a different picture.  Sorry about that. 


How about this one instead?



This guy is Sniper Eye. A mercenary giving amazing marksman abilities by cybernetic and technological means, he usually uses less than lethal armaments (mercy bullets, netcasters, birdshot, etc) through his cybernetic linked sniper rifle not because he is not bloodthirsty, but because he is a sadist who enjoys the hunt and wants to prolong the target's suffering for as long as possible.

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