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  • in reply to: Blastmasterism's Big Gallery #162284
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    And I made THIS to celebrate my 100th post on DeviantArt. The title was done in Photoshop.

    Music: Mr. Blue Sky

     

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    Emmeranne in her princess garb:

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    Speaking of Fig and Vivian, I’ve got a picture of the height difference between them:

    The story behind them: After several months-worth of humiliations, screw-ups, and personal traumas that include his house burning down, being outcast from the other Nightlighters, and finding out how his “friends” REALLY see him, Fig calls it quits. Vivian, meanwhile, is dealing with loneliness, everyone believing her crazy, and relentless harassment from a fellow teammate and his girlfriend. But she has become fond of Fig because of his attempts to reach out to her (despite her terrifying reputation), and has come to recognize she has a lot in common with him and worries for his safety. She finds him about to kill himself and manages to stop him, comforting and soothing him while he breaks down sobbing in her arms. They ultimately decide to stick together, helping each other emotionally heal and rebuilding their relationships (or at least trying to) with the rest of the team. Slowly but surely, the Crow Woman and the Boy With the Most Useless Superpower start to fall in love…

     

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    …and Fig.

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    For Fig and Vivian, when they fall in love, they end up leaving the Nightlighters for personal reasons and working as an independent hero duo. Seven months later, they return with new outfits:

    Vivian…

    in reply to: Blastmasterism's Big Gallery #162232
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    Okay, all Nightlighters have been uploaded! Here’s some misc. work featuring them:

    Kota and Emmie being a couple:

     

     

    in reply to: Blastmasterism's Big Gallery #162231
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    Tomahawk: The Nightlighters’ medic. The son of a tribal leader wandering the far north of Atlas, living in self-imposed exile. A harsh and stern man with a crippling lack of social skills, but has nothing but empathy for those who come under his care, and is secretly grateful to the Nightlighters for allowing him to practice his medical skills. Jody’s closest friend. His three “pit wolves” are named Flint, Wick and Steel.

    Tomahawk has no true powers of his own, but he is a dangerously adept fighter armed with the weapon that’s his namesake and vast skill with medicine.

    in reply to: Blastmasterism's Big Gallery #159241
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    Will do! Sorry for late response.

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    Dante Brosshollow/Dust Devil: A former member of a drug cartel and the Nightlighter people are most surprised to find out is a Nightlighter. He’s like the peyote hallucination trip from Beavis and Butthead do America given a human form. He’s like Eren Yeager turned loose on the open road after 20 years without killing any Titans.  He’s like Trevor Phillips on even more crack. He thinks men can get pregnant. Point is, he’s a screaming lunatic. But he’s also one of the most intelligent and observant superheroes Atlas has produced, and when the chips are down, he always pulls through for his buddies.

    Dante can generate a tornado around himself, the strength of which depends on his adrenaline; he relies on an air-based drug to increase his adrenaline, which in turn can create a cyclone that ranges from a mild swirl of wind to a F5 twister.

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    Fig Upton/Hangman: The shortest member of the Nightlighters at 4’8 and possibly even smaller than that, Fig is often considered by some the “runt” of the team… and by others, an irritating pest with a useless superpower. Despite his goofy, irreverent and fast-talking nature, his big grin hides a sad and lonely kid with a terrible childhood and an even worse life, holding on to his smile because it’s the last thing he has. What he doesn’t realize is the effect he actually has on other people; his ultimately kind nature and silliness help lighten the mood of many on the team and he’s one of the four members (along with Cato, Jody, and Brutus) to help keep them all together. One can only hope he realizes it before something finally breaks him…

    Fig’s superpower is controlling rope, but his TRUE skill is in improvising; he’s been known to use them as grappling hooks, lassoes, living nets, and in a variety of his traps. He also has a vast knowledge of knots and how to untie them, and he’s good with thinking on his feet.

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    Vivian Barkridge/Witchcraft: A witch who’s slowly and steadily becoming more adept in the dark arts, and the only member of the Nightlighters to use functional magic. Blunt, aloof, stoic, and emotionally-withdrawn, her tendency to use terror against her opponents and “evil” powers has won her more fear and wariness among the general populace, and few friends among her teammates. Deep down however, Vivian yearns for love, and her sinister demeanor hides an anxious but ultimately empathetic and compassionate heart.

    Vivian is not only a Paradigm, but a Mystic as well; a Mystic is the official term for mages and magic users, and they can choose the specific category of magic they want to learn, such as nature magic, time magic, space magic, etc.; Vivian’s category is black magic. Vivian’s Paradigm abilities include invisibility, telekinesis, telepathy, and force field generation. As the saga continues, she learns to (briefly) reanimate the dead, manipulate and cast curses, conjure objects and summon demons, open portals, manipulate one’s mind, and so on. Given patience and practice, Vivian has the potential to be the most powerful Mystic of all time.

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    Kyle Janners/Absolute Zero: A shy and panicky pacifist in charge of evacuating civilians from a battlefield. His tendency to avoid fights often marks him as a coward among the general public; in reality, he just REALLY doesn’t want to die. When pushed to his limit, Kyle proves himself to be one of the most powerful Nightlighters, throwing aside his pacifism to freeze whatever’s threatening his friends with a devastating blizzard.

    Kyle has the ability to blast jets of snow and ice from his palms whenever he’s near a water source. He can also freeze pre-existing snow into ice and make structures out of it.

     

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    Jody Bowen/Osmosis: The Nightlighters’ “science girl”, a geek to the core, and one of the few Paradigms to absolutely LOVE being one. A kooky and spacey oddball with stars in her eyes, but also an unmeasurably kind, empathetic, and all-loving woman whose motivation for being on a superhero team boils down to “I just want everyone I meet to feel loved”, placing her firmly in the group of members that hold the rest of the team together. Despite her eccentric personality and inability to truly hate anyone, Jody is nowhere near as airheaded as she seems; she is one of – if not THE – most intelligent members of the team, and she’s capable of a truly terrifying ruthless streak and cold professionalism when properly motivated.

    Jody is a sentient clump of slime taking the form of a young woman; her consciousness is contained within a single molecule of protoplasm. As she can no longer eat or drink, she gains her sustenance through photosynthesis, and can last for 36 hours without sunlight before becoming immobile and lethargic. Jody is a master shapeshifter, capable of changing the pigment, solidity, and form of her body on a molecular level to flawlessly mimic another person or object. Jody has also demonstrated the ability to form a variety of different weapons from her own limbs, and can turn herself into a liquid form that allows her access into normally inaccessible areas.

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    Hannibal Williams/Brutus: The Nightlighters’ heaviest hitter, and a 9-foot tall suit of mechanical armor containing the remains of his original human body inside. A hammy and childishly-excitable gentle giant who absolutely LOVES being a Nightlighter, but his short attention span and problems with memory loss often cause his team some trouble… and for Brutus himself, no small amount of insecurity. Despite this, Brutus’s earnest kindness and cheeky honesty makes him a beloved member of the Nightlighters, and he’s among the four members to serve as the dysfunctional team’s moral center.

    Brutus has no true Paradigm abilities of his own; he is instead one of the strongest and most durable heroes on Atlas, capable of lifting over 600,000,000 tons of solid material and smashing through anything standing in his way.

     

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    Catherine “Glee” Scannell: The great-granddaughter of an outlaw legend and a former member of a band of ruffians. Glee is a friendly, easygoing, and chatty motormouth with a crippling inability to shut the hell up, often irritating her teammates to the point of pain with her incessant jabbering. What many don’t realize is that her talking is a coping mechanism for her rough and traumatic past as an outlaw, and her willingness to apply what she’s learned as a criminal makes her a force to be reckoned with. Like her teammate Endrew, Glee is among the group of superheroes willing to use lethal force.

    Glee’s Paradigm ability is rusting away any metal except for gold with a simple touch. She cannot turn the power off and must wear specialized gauntlets to keep from destroying anything important.

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