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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    ((It's a bit of a misunderstanding here. Essentially everyone here made something that was in a certain area for strength, most of them being around the same range. Then you show up with something that is essentially a final boss. Unless this is for plot and has been discussed between you and Erip, which should at least be mentioned so nobody gets the wrong idea.))

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    posted a message on White Dust: Light [Always Accepting] [Fantasy]

    ((Wait, Dragon beats gun? You obviously have never heard of GATE.))

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    ((Revamps anyone?))

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    (Jebus, maybe I should've just made an Aretha...)

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    Human App:

    Name: Asphe Schneid (Yeah, her mother gave her that name. Her last name is from her being adopted. Reverse the common monster roles.)

    Age: 20.

    Gender: Female

    Personality: Eh, I say to be RP'd. One thing though, she doesn't care for those she doesn't like. Those she doesn't know is more of a meh.

    Appearance: (Attached.) Oddly enough, She still has the looks of maybe a 9th grader. Might be her genes.

    Skills: Gaming, Being a walking encyclopedia at times. They're kinda just normal. Not too many out of the ordinary skills to help them besides loophole thinking.

    Background: In terms of how Asphe came to be… Istina's race, the Phenriks were not what you'd call the top of the social hierarchy. They were lowly blacksmiths, being used only for war and occasionally something normal. Obviously with such a boring life, Istina jumped at the chance to be free of the monotonous tasks. She didn't particularly like who she got with besides their looks and the man also happened to be her treat when she was done. She was hungry after all that rampaging through the streets and into the mountains.


    She had given birth to Asphe but 3 months later when she was spotted carrying the newborn. Istina had even gone the extra mile and had made a basket for her, with her name etched into the side. Of course, it wasn't long before the military had managed to take her down as there was too many for one monster to hold off against on her own. The child was adopted by one of the soldiers later on, Nora. While some said it was a bad idea due to her abnormal hair and eyes, she still took her in. Nora, now 39, is supplying Asphe with the extra funding she needs to complete college. ( I got a bit lazy I'll admit.)


    Other: Ikuy. Creative. (I kid you not. I swear this causes confusion with my peers online…) Asphe is also a Sci-Fi LARPer. Yes she wears those hairclips. Normal clothes consist of black shorts and a graphic tank-top.


    Inner Monster App

    Name: Istina (Mother. Poor guy that got used.)

    Personality: Just a teeeeeeeny bit obsessive. Could be classified as overprotective. She's not actually as irritating as one might think, Asphes only finds her irritating when she won't stop asking whether she needs "Help". More of someone capable of having a conversation with if you don't mind them claiming that they know the best thing for you. Asphe(Currently as in the beginning.) thinks she's just talking to a muse in her head. A muse that wants to "Help" her get rid of stress.

    Appearance: (Attached as well. And yes, that's the scaling of height.)

    Skills/Powers: Here's basically the tank class. Istina is a creature that's focus is around metal, heat, pressure and flames. The Phenrik (Name of said creatures.) thrive on metals and minerals almost entirely. Lava is essentially a smoothie to them. The main reason they eat people is because people contain minerals and metals as well, making them an ideal snack. As for a meal, a car would suffice. The Phenrik are capable of controlling the pressure in their body as well as increasing the temperature of it. Obviously this heat can radiate outwards to about 60 feet, increasing at it's max to about 90 degrees Fahrenheit. This isn't the internal max obviously, the internal max is enough to make them a walking blacksmith.


    Their skin is hard to a human and will resist anything below .44 in caliber. Unless you're using a railgun of course, then projectile size really isn't an issue. If you do get into their skin, expect it to get used against you. The muscle under the skin seems to act as a net, catching anything that gets lodged and melting it quickly, benefiting the Phenrik. Their blood is molten metal and they can easily replace limbs if they have enough metal in reserve. They can grow to about 50 feet tall if they eat enough metal, the excess turning into natural armor. The armor on their heads can't be broken by anything less than 30mm weaponry. Same goes for the extra armor, so I don't suggest letting them get close to metal. Explosives are pretty much useless as they used to live deep down underground, where the pressure would most likely crush vehicles. The fire won't do squat, and fragments might get stuck if not moving fast enough. That doesn't mean that you can't over-penetrate though, which will mean they can't use the fragments or metal.


    As for offensive abilities, the Phenrik can breathe a gas that normally is used as a source of the fire they use to heat up the metal in them. They can light this fire as it exits their mouth, essentially becoming a non-napalm based flamethrower. They can also forge blades in themselves, making them a walking armory so long as you have a way to cool the blades they create. This is by adjusting pressure and internal heat. Besides being strong and such, they also have a built in thermal vision. This was used to find each other when it was blizzard season and they so happened to be outside. (Rare occasion, but happened.) The regeneration of the Phenrik can be stopped via a specific weakness. (Hint Hint, You'll need a ton of it.)

    Other: (I don't need to put it again do I?)

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    One last question. I have asked this earlier and I think I understand what you mean, but exactly where do we stop with power?

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    (Pls don't use either of these pics as a base...)

    So do you expect something like this?(The Monster.)

    Or this? (The Monster hybrid.)

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    Okay, since it seems like more questions pop up the more I think about this, what's the expected amount of transformation? Should we look completely inhuman? Barely change at all? Is this a common sense based world, in which case we'll be fighting the military the very 30 minutes we start an incident?

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    Sweet. Thanks for the info.

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    posted a message on Don't Listen To The Whispers (Accepting!)

    Question, how exactly does the "Monster Form" work? What monsters are allowed?

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    posted a message on The Really Awesome Superhero Group With A Name That Needs To Be Voted On Later! [Accepting] [IC]

    "He's right when he says that. The first guns were absolute trash, but look how far they've gotten because someone else improved around the original design."

    (Honestly responding to new people joining is time consuming...)

    Lahire looked in the new man's general direction, not truly focused on him, but giving attention. Jack was what his name was, or at least what he was going to tell us. He was right for the most part, most of the time improvements were the most important thing for an invention.


    "I didn't think sheet-thin armor that's bulletproof was going to exist for a long time. I can kinda recreate it, but I wouldn't say it's super lightweight for someone to carry. And then that same thing isn't RPG-proof... I get the feeling none of you have ever played COD? Oh, and to the new people here, I'm Lahire. I guess you could say I'm a gaming prodigy...If you want to call it that."


    "A name for ourselves? I got nothin. Nothing that isn't a reference to a game of some kind."

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    posted a message on The Really Awesome Superhero Group With A Name That Needs To Be Voted On Later! [Accepting] [IC]

    Lahire noticed yet another face drop through the hatch. He wasn't sure who or what he did, but it was clearly a guy. Assuming he was just a late one, he didn't seem to care much. It wasn't long before Lahire disappeared with a black splash-like effect. (Inhert Zero Shift. Z.O.E) He didn't want to risk any sort of unnecessary fails on his part, so ZSing would be the easiest way to avoid that. He reformed a ways off from the main group, staring at them. He walked back over, noticing the paint can in the new girl's hand. 'Does she plan to do some graffiti? That'd be kinda cool.'


    The man from earlier had introduced himself as Legba, which was probably just an alias. That's what anyone would assume from how he worded his sentence. He was obviously into keeping his physique at top condition, or at least it seemed like it. 'Maybe he's your everyday super strength...'


    "So... Now what? Kinda waiting for some groundbreaking exposition dealing with what exactly this place is..."

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    posted a message on Edge of the Known World - IC

    Iska was probably late when it came to when the group got on the ship, noticing Red's sudden disappearance. She assumed she got too far in thought and many things had happened while she was gone. "I'd better catch up..." Iska made her way in at what some might call a jog, others a speedwalk.


    The ship was a bit larger than it looked on the outside, with plenty of room for taller species. This honestly didn't affect Iska too much, she might be just a bit above average at best. This only mattered to the lumbering giant in the group, she'd probably enjoy the fact that she could fit. There had definitely been money spent on this ship, it'd be a shame for it to get damaged too badly. The Captain had instructed the group about the rooms and where to find them, females on the right and males on the left. Iska didn't expect the rooms to be too big, but she didn't carry much anyway.


    Iska headed down the steps at a quick pace with a slightly angled position, almost sideways. (I'm honestly faster like that.) She was looking at the doors downstairs, before Red popped out of her room. Someone had already beat her to the first it seemed. Red apparently didn't have someone else already there so Iska decided to accept second place. "I'll take you up on that offer... You're fast aren't you...?"

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    posted a message on The Really Awesome Superhero Group With A Name That Needs To Be Voted On Later! [Accepting] [OOC]

    Why does everyone forget about me XD? At first I actually planned to have Lahire be on his own, but it was pretty obvious that David was that guy. So instead, they're going to be the "Butterfly Master" of the group. (Look up Butterfly Master Ace Combat.)


    Erip, just take a versatile power. George has magic, very versatile. Xevra can paint anything she wants, so she's on a level playing field with him. I'm just unbelievably cheap, so I guess that's the same thing. There's one more power I'm thinking of that will give you a similar level of cheapness. I would tell you, but I think you're smart enough to figure it out on your own.

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    posted a message on The Really Awesome Superhero Group With A Name That Needs To Be Voted On Later! [Accepting] [OOC]

    Not really, there are some powers that nobody has used yet. One that I can think of could kill everyone in a instant without a trace. No warning either. Just pop. I'm sure you know what I mean.

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