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Ionic Man: A brilliant physicist, Marcus Hawkins was employed on a top secret project creating a new kind of radiation weapon. When an industrial spy sabotaged the weapon, Hawkins was trapped in the laboratory alone, locked in by the security system. When the radiation flooded the room, his body was mutated, allowing him to channel any kind of radiation through his body and see in inferred and with x-ray vision. However, the radiation also affected his mind, driving him insane.
Ultraman: With the unique power to grow stronger, faster and more powerful the longer he is fighting, Wayne Wight should have been the ultimate superhero, and that is exactly how Martin Falkner saw him. Looking to gain revenge on his daughter Lucy (aka. Superstar) for abandoning her life as his gravy train, Falkner took on Wight as his client, publicising him as “The New Greatest Superhero”- Ultraman. However, Wight was shown up by A Division when he tried to take on Overlord on his own and had to be bailed out. Furious, he challenged any member of the team to a one on one fight and was handily defeated by Superstar, who simply overpowered him as quickly as possible to prevent his powers from kicking in. Bitter and resentful of this humiliation, Wight has made it his lifes work to destroy Superstar, and A Division by association, even going so far as to kill Martin Falkner out of pure spite.
Coldheart: Once upon a time, Thomas Nyman was a businessman and multi-millionaire, who made his money in medical research. However, it was discovered that he had an incurable terminal disease. After pouring funds and as much time as he had into research to try and save his own life, Nyman eventually organised to be cryogenically frozen, until a cure was found. However, something went wrong with the process, Nyman remained conscious and mobile whilst frozen, his body in a permenant state of deep freeze, unable to be thawed. With his body now too cold for the viral strains to survive, he would be able to live a normal life, if it weren’t for the fact that he now freezes everything he touches, including his wife and children. With investors pulling out and his company now bankrupt, Nyman was left with nothing. Acquiring a custom made insulation suit from criminal arms dealer, the Inventor, Nyman uses the same ruthless instinct that made him such a successful businessman, turning instead to crime in order to fund research into a way to return him to normal.
- This reply was modified 14 hours, 8 minutes ago by JR19759.
@lady Amaranth- Thanks
Anyway, next up are two villains, because I don’t have too many looking at it.
Once a spoilt rich kid by the name of Victor Daniels, the path to becoming the ruthless super-villain, Overlord, was not a simple one. A bully and a cheat, Daniels found himself force to fend for himself when his parents cut him off. This eventually led to him being killed in a drunken bar fight on his 25th birthday, after which he was resurrected by a fragment of the dying cosmic entity The Other, called the Coredeorum. Forced to compete against 4 other chosen to unity all 5 pieces of the Coredeorum, Daniels ruthlessly killed the rest of the chosen and took the power of The Other for his own, and used this almost unlimited power to punish the world for what he saw as its unfair treatment of him. However, the power of a cosmic entity porved too much for a human body, and Daniels found himself slowly dying, his body disintergrating, leaving only his willpower keeping himself alive. He kidnapped Gideon Mantel of A Division and forced him to create a new cybernetic body that could contain and control the power of The Other, which Daniels then inhabited, leaving his body to die. At that point, Overlord was born. Though he is the most powerful villain on Earth, Overlord can still only use a fraction of his potential power at any given time. Should he try to unleash his full power, it is likely he could rip apart the universe.
A powerful espur with mind controlling abilities, Reuben Balfour is unfortunately also a sadist with misogynistic tendancies. He uses his powers to control women and degrade them in various (often disturbing) ways, as well as facilitating numerous bloody murders using unwilling puppets to avoid implication. He tends to opperate alone, but it is not unheard of for him to take on comissioned work from other like-minded customers.
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That’s so cool. Love the costume, especially how you’ve used the wings.
Melisa Meier- EiserneJungfrau (Germany)
Powers: None (Uses MK3 Valkyrie Power Armour provided by German Superhero Team, Tutonic Knights)
Team Role: 2nd In-Command
Carlos Garcia- Ardiente (Spain)
Powers: Flame Control, Heat Resistance
Team Role: Field Tech
Camille Mercier- Velocite (France)
Powers: Super Speed, Short-Hop Teleportation (at significant speed)
Team Role: Scout
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Tamas Kovacs- Vadasz (Hungary)
Powers: Perfect Aim, Combat Proficiency
Team Role: Sniper
Signe Jansson- Freyja (Sweden)
Powers: Increased Healing Factor, Healing Aura
Team Role: Medic
Yiannis Giannopoulos- Atlas (Greece)
Powers: Super Strength, Invulnerability
Team Role: Team Leader
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Hi Daisy, welcome to the forums.
To get an image into the reply box all you need to do is open the image you upload in a new tab, copy that url and then edit your reply. When you are editing your reply, click on the last button on the tool bar on the top of the reply box (it looks like a clip art of the sun and some mountains), then paste the url into the box that comes up. Hope this helps.
With W.I.L.D being a global organisation, operating with singlular teams covering the entire world was not feasible. Therefore bases where established in major cities in each continent and operatives where recruited to serve in their regional variant of either A Division or Strike Force. The only countries that did not opt-in to this plan where Russia and China, who sought to control their own superhuman response operations. The first of these bases was set up in Brussels, Belgium, and became the centre of operations for the European versions of W.I.L.D’s primary response teams.
Vadasz- Tamas Kovacs (Hungary)
Freyja- Signe Jansson (Sweden)
Atlas- Yiannis Giannopoulos (Greece)
EiserneJungfrau- Melisa Meier (Germany)
Ardiente- Carlos Garcia (Spain)
Velocite- Camille Mercier (France)
No kidding. Too long in fact.
Oh well, at least it hasn’t affected your skills in any way.
Awesome dude, love the mask. Good to have you back.
There isn’t, sorry.
Formerly the Super-villain duo Sugar & Spice, Emily Reed and Lucina Stamford were a formidable pairing. Specializing in bank rooberies, Emily (as Sugar) would use her emotion manipulation powers to pacify witnesses whilst Lucina (as Spice) would use her heat creation powers to break into vaults and safe boxes. Through their careers they have had run-ins with numerous heroes, such as The Angels, Outsider Investigations and the Eagle siblings. However, it was after they got in too far over their heads working a job for Overlord that put them directly in conflict with W.I.L.D that forced them to reconsider their actions. Sent to steal from the god-like Rahl during his conflict with A Division, the duo barely escaped with their lives (as was probably the intention of their benefactor) and retired from super-villainy all together, now instead running a restaurant and underground information brokerage service.
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Powers: Empathy, Power Augmentation, Force Field Generation
Alia Al Ahmad
Powers: Energy Manipulation, Flight
Powers: Superhuman Strength, Speed and Endurance, Increased Healing Factor
Powers: Electricity Manipulation
Wu Ying Yue
Powers: Telepathy, Telekinesis, Mind Reading, Hypnosis, Memory/ Dream Manipulation, Astral Projection
Powers: Darkness Manipulation, Invisibility/ Inaudability in low light, Teleportation
- This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by JR19759.
Ok, so it’s been a few months since I posted last, but lack of inspiration and Christmas will do that. Anyway, I’ve been going back through my gallery for inspiration and I came across the Guardian from a few years ago (the one with the rainbow effect on the wings and the golden costume) and thought “damn, why didn’t I use that design for the female Golden Guardian redesign I did a few months back?” So I went and mixed the two designs up and, honestly, I prefer it. I’m not going to go back and remake the team picture because I’d have to shade this (which cba atm) and reimport all of the other characters, position them all correctly, re-export it and put the picture back together again because the group shots always end up getting cut off. It’s too much effort and like I said, can’t be assed at the moment. But hopefully I’ll have a few more coming soon.
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Yeah, we’ve had enough problems with copyroght in the past without doing this, sorry. Having lightsabers and random star wars-y items (wookie head masks or twi’lek horns) is about as far as we’re prepared to go with that one, because at least then it’s like “those items can be used in loads of different ways”, but having an entire version based on breaking copyright? We don’t really want to risk it. Even doing vaguely star wars themed contests is risky and we don’t want to push the point too much. If you want to create star wars characters, there are items that you can use already in place that should give the desired effect, as I said (just so long as they don’t end up on the forums here, we have the no copyright rule for a reason).
Love the shading and the colour scheme on the Champion of Restoration, it really works well.
You’re off to a very good start.