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Now THAT’S a picture! I love this thing!
Thank you, my otherworldly friend
‘Zerker on the ground: killing machine
‘Zerker on a ship: annihilation personified
Here’s a thing
He thought it was funny, too
This thread is wonderful. Having read trough and caught up some, not only are the character designs and concepts brilliant, but the clever humour and well thought out details in the writing are super appealing. I’ll be bookmarking this one for sure.
Thank yah thank yah
Powers/Abilities: “The Cleansing Flame” (A weapon grafted to user’s skull that projects napalm a distance up to 80 yards) Enhanced Agility, Strength, and Stamina, Pain Empowerment
Be careful who’s business you stick your nose into…
the fkn link won’t cooperate so here
Powers/Abilities: Enhanced Agility, Intelligence, and Stamina, Able to generate hard digital constructs, such as armor, weaponry, and vehicles, Hacking Intuition
Val Rondo AKA Voxel is seen as both a shining example of what could have been and a grim warning of what is possible. As a young man, Val had it rough, to say the least. His mother was a heroin addict and a prostitute, and his father was a street cleaner with little to no regard for his family. When Val was 17, he decided to leave his family home after a spat with his drunken father led to both of their arrest. After trying and failing to obtain a job in bounty hunting (he did his best), Val soon found himself working for the police in their I.T. Department. His natural skill with computers quickly earned him the title of I.T. Specialist at just 18. Soon after, this talents were discovered by ORION, who brought him in to lighten their current tech genius‘s load a little. It was during Val’s time with ORION that he designed CelTek, a hologram that could be as hard as steel whilst weighing nothing. Donning said tech, Val became Voxel and fought alongside the heroes of ORION as well as creating other technologies and trinkets for their use. He probably shouldn’t have tried to hack into CHIMERA‘s communications. He’s still missing…
Age: Stopped Aging (physically 28)
Powers/Abilities: Retroactive Immortality, Power Nullification, Exo-Suit contains forearm-mounted tethered harpoons equipped with a built-in taser feature
Alignment: Anti-Hero (literally)
Turns out you can’t kill a symbol after all… (page 2 for a lil’ reference)
No, it’s been 2 years since you last posted…
Dewasenja made me rise from the grave just now
- This reply was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Vectorman316.
Ubi? You live?
Oooooooook, that’s greatness
Name: The Overseer
Powers/Abilities: Energy Vision, Clairvoyance, Precognition, Flight, X-Ray Vision, Sense Augmentation, Telepathy, Telekinesis, Attack Prediction
The Overseer is one of the most powerful heroes on the planet. Zahn Sul’Adin first made an impact in Egypt during a battle between the heroes of Earth and the forces of Animus, a powerful alien being. Sporting golden blond hair, glowing eyes, and bronze skin, his physical appearance does little to help those interested in determining his origin. What sets The Overseer apart from fellow heroes (and often set him at odds against some of them) is the utter ruthlessness he possesses when ending conflict. Rather than subduing a villain and sending them to prison, The Overseer will likely leave them in no position to bring harm to the world again, if you catch my drift…
- This reply was modified 5 years, 3 months ago by Vectorman316.
The armor you come up with is just great (and not at all the subject of my envy 😀 )
Campeón’s mask is seriously awesome
Behold! It’s me…
Homeworld: Sanctum (believed to formerly be from Losri V)
Occupation: Wanderer, Scavenger, Urban Legend
Bio: Sahkash is an anomaly. Believed to be just a children’s ghost story by many, the unlucky few who have stumbled upon his lair know he/it is very real. The most common story of Sahkash’s origin states that he was once a Losrian treasure hunter who was set upon by a swarm of Gruqir whilst exploring. It is also said that one affixed itself to Sahkash’s head and took over his body. But, this is just a story to scare children… Right?