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#934551 - 07/24/17 09:37 PM Re: Heroes of other worlds? [Re: Set]  
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Bait and Switch

On the world of Sklar, the higher rank attained by a matriarch, status being gained by political maneuvering and financial success, the more husbands one can have. As a result, the most successful matriarch may have a half dozen or more husbands, mostly as a visible sign of their status, and not particularly valued for any other reason (although the more attractive and / or talented a potential husband is, the more high ranking matriarchs will seek to add him to their household). And most low-ranking Sklarans, even if their rank allowed them a single husband, find available men in short supply, as the higher-ranking matrons snatch them up. As a result, as in any society where demand exceeds supply, a black market has arisen, with slavers snatching the husbands of low-ranking women off of the streets, or even out of their own homes, and removing any evidence of their married status, before selling them far, far away, on distant continents, where they may never be able to return, both altered cosmetically to make them harder to recognize, and, using restricted technology, mentally conditioned to be unable to speak of their former wives. Those who purchase husbands from these dealers often know that the men they are purchasing are 'pre-owned,' but look the other way and pretend that they thought the men were the widowers of deceased women, or something of the sort, and not 'stolen goods.'

The Sklaran woman known now as 'Switch' was a self-defense trainer of low-station, only rated to have a single husband, and barely at that. The only reason she had a husband, is because she had the patience to find a male in his early teens (while barely an adult herself) and raise him to adulthood himself, hidden away in the basement of her dojo, out of the sight of black market slavers, or the more legal teams of government agents who round up men of marriageable age to bring to the attention of matriarchs seeking spouses. Once he was old enough, they traveled under cover of night to the registrar, and she married him before anyone else even knew he was 'on the market,' and, for a short time, they were happy enough. (Given a choice, most Sklaran men would prefer being the single husband to a lower-ranking wife, to the backbiting and competition and political maneuvering that comes with being the fifth husband of a woman who is far too busy to learn their name or regard them as anything other than a sign of their status.)

Still, her stunt, not terribly uncommon, drew the wrong sort of attention, as her husband was quite attractive, and a matriarch seeking self-defense training noticed him and wanted him for her seventh husband. She contacted black market slavers and made a 'special order' for the young man to be brought to her. 'Switch' was stunned by the invaders to her home, who bound her defenseless husband and carted him off while she lay restrained and unable to bring her formidable hand to hand combat skills to bear. The authorities proved no use, unwilling to take on the black market (tacitly supported by the higher-ranking matriarchs) for one low-ranking woman who'd lost her husband. Soon, Switch received a communication giving her only coordinates, and travelling in disguise, she found that she had received directions straight to the black marketeers themselves, and so she turned to a friend who also worked in security services and acquired a selection of electro-lashes, flexible switch-like weapons that could be concealed on the body, and would wrap around and restrain a target, perhaps even unleashed an electrical current, identical to the weapons that the slavers had used to immobilize her in their attack, as well as an identity-concealing mask, also similar to what the black marketeers used. She felt it would be just to use their own preferred weapons against them, and wears a half-dozen such weapons as belts, or coiled around her arms and legs, as well as a special insulated jumpsuit that protects her against the preferred nonlethal weapons of the slavers.

With help from her husband, who had sneakily accessed the slavers own communications gear to send her his position (something none of the slavers adequately prepared against, since the idea that a mere male would be trusted by his security-conscious wife to be able to work security consoles had not occurred to them), she overcame the pair of slavers on guard and rescued not only her own husband, but three other young men who were the husbands of other low-ranking women, some local, some from distant locations. The women, similarly ignored by the authorities, were grateful for the return of their husbands, and rewarded Switch for their recovery, and so Bait & Switch had their fifteen minutes of fame (or notoriety, depending on whom you ask...) on Sklar.

In the year and a half that has passed, Bait & Switch have taken down a half-dozen groups of slavers, often by arranging for Bait to be 'kidnapped' and Switch to arrive and bust the entire ring, with his secret assistance. In one case, Bait had to reveal his scandalous secret, that his wife had not only allowed him to carry a concealed weapon implant, but had also trained him in both armed and unarmed combat! (It is illegal on Sklar for males to use weapons or to be trained to fight, or, obviously, to raise their hands against a female.) Knowing the penalties for such an event, Switch killed the only witness to Bait striking down a female slaver (the slaver herself), but they both know that they are playing a dangerous game...


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#936252 - 08/19/17 11:47 PM Re: Heroes of other worlds? [Re: Set]  
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Nice exploration of Sklar, Set....I like the idea of different worlds having unique problems which highlight how different cultures can be. Here's a whole team from Imsk!

IMP FORCE
Imsk being one of the more independent worlds in the UP, they considered it a point of honour to create their own planetary superhero team rather than relying on the Legion of Superheroes whenever problems come up. The result of their work is the Imskian Metahuman Protection Force. Somehow it escaped the attention of every single person involved in the creation of the team that this name would inevitably be abbreviated as IMP Force, and despite the best efforts of ImskGov's best marketing teams the name has stuck. IMP Force are:

VICTORY LAD: As a child, Valk Vale was doused in experimental chemicals in an accident in his father's laboratory. These changed him on a genetic level, giving him super strength, durability and the ability to fly. He can still shrink like any other Imskian, and none of his other powers lose intensity as his size decreases. Valk is the group's golden child, an attractive and charismatic patriotic Imskian Superman.

COLOSSAL GIRL: (I posted her in this thread a while ago as Macro Maid, but I've made a couple of adjustments) Hani Venne was a scientist who wanted to synthesise the radiation of the space dragons which give the Imskians their ability to shrink. After a mishap in the lab, she absorbed an almost lethal dose and found herself shrinking at a rate of a couple of inches per month with no way to return to normal size. Desperate for a remedy, she approached Colossal Boy for help. With his consent, Hani spliced some of his own DNA with hers to counter the shrinking effect...it worked, and even gave her the ability to grow to a maximum height of fifteen feet. While her limited growth ability isn't that hot outside of Imsk, it makes her a behemoth amongst its tiny cities.

DUST: Dolken Hamil is the son of the notorious Imskian criminal Psi-Dragon. Whereas Psi-Dragon can focus his considerable telepathic powers into a telekinetic dragon-shaped exoskeleton, Dust's power is much more subtle. Dust only inherited the barest fraction of his father's telekinesis, just enough to manipulate roughly 100 grams of material. While this is fairly useless on a normal person's scale, he can wreak chaos in the shrunken cities of Imsk. He generally uses his power in inventive ways to control the dust in his surroundings, thus his name. He is very imaginative in the use of his abilities though, and once even extracted poison from his teammate's system safely.

FIREFLY: Fireflies on most planets are harmless glowing insects; Imskian Fireflies are the exception to this rule. They're actually parasitic ticks who live off of the space dragons, making them extremely hardy critters. When they've stored too much energy from feeding, they literally burn this off in the form of a flaming sheath. Kris Stom used his medical expertise to mimic the ability of the Imskian Fireflies with limited success; he can't flame on when he's full size as he'd never be able to consume enough food to create that much fire, but he's a veritable human torch at smaller sizes. He can even fly with the assistance of thermal updrafts and shoot fireballs at any size lower than 6 inches.


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#936320 - 08/21/17 08:22 AM Re: Heroes of other worlds? [Re: Set]  
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Ooh, more Imskian heroes! They are so fun, because shrinking is, unlike, say, Durlan shapeshifting, or the raft of powers a Daxamite gets, a decent power to pair with other powers.

I love the name 'IMP Force.' smile

Dust and Firefly and Colossal Girl all having powers that aren't quite so awesome at full scale or off-world, but amazing on Imsk itself, is a neat concept.

Wow, Psi-Dragon sounds amazing! What a cool villain!

Colossal Girl, on Imsk, sounds like a great visual. She's like Ginormica, from Monsters vs. Aliens!


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#938564 - 10/09/17 12:31 AM Re: Heroes of other worlds? [Re: Set]  
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Nur Cabir was always kind of a loser, by Durlan standards, able to shapeshift, but only after long minutes, or even hours, or reshaping his body one cell at a time, while his peers were just fluidly changing to various forms as fast as water runs down a wall. He had mastered the orange humanoid form preferred for off-world interactions, although it still took him several minutes to transform, but more exotic forms, or advanced applications like changing his mass, or turning into something capable of winged flight, where just beyond him. It took him years to master what many of his peers could do almost instinctively, and he grew increasingly ostracized, as he was spending all his free time just trying to catch up, which he never would.

And yet his perfectionism and stay-at-home nature turned to his advantage when he was tasked to organize the sacred records of the time before, and the great war and the blasphemies of science that led to the near-destruction of Durla. In those forbidden archives, he found references, long thought destroyed, to a cache of technology that had arrived back on planet after the war, and wasn't confirmed as destroyed, like the other relics of science that had led their people astray. He intended only to confirm that these items had been properly destroyed, and could no longer tempt his people into a dangerous flirtation with the forbidden sciences and technologies that had cost them their world in the first place, but upon trekking to this forbidding location, and confirming that the artifacts indeed remained intact, his curiosity got the better of him, and he tried one of them out...

The ancient Durlan explorers had visited other worlds, using their advanced technology to emulate powerful deific entities, and this technology was what Nur had recovered! A helmet and boots that allowed one to run at incredible speed, and quickly process information, used by a Durlan to emulate a god of speed and trickery. A backplate and gauntlets that produced powerful blasts of electricity, used to emulate a 'king of the gods' who hurled lightning. An archaic looking bow that contained computer targetting system and fired arrows with gravitationally enhanced force, whcih was used to pretend at being a goddess of archery. And others. With these items, which surely could not lead to another devastation, Nur could be special!

Instead of revealing his find, so that it could be properly destroyed, Nur concealed the relics in a new location, and smuggled both them and himself off-world, knowing that once they were seen, all of Durla would rise up to destroy them, no matter what intentions he had in using them. Out in the universe, he calls himself 'The Olympian,' and has taken on a human appearance, so as to draw attention away from his Durlan heritage. He's a bit new to the heroing concept, and so has yet to make a splash, but he knows that his time will come!



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#938577 - 10/09/17 09:46 AM Re: Heroes of other worlds? [Re: Set]  
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[I have taken great liberties with this world, because I just plain didn't like it!]

Amazon, of Geequoa

Tal Obrin, the member of the Devil’s Dozen who called himself Apollo, is the most (in)famous known Geequoan, and many assumptions have been made about his world based on his nature. The Geequoans have seen little interest in correcting these misperceptions, finding them amusing.

It is true that the males of this human sub-species possess powerful pheremones that cause most humanoid women to enter a suggestible state and follow their bidding, but on Geequoa, this is a necessary adaption merely to get the attention of the females of their kind. Due to a metagenetic plague soon after their colonization of this world, the neo-classicalist settlers found that only one birth in ten led to a living female child, with nine male children born for each who would grow up to be a woman. Only the activated metagene allowed the settlement to survive, as these rare female children were superhumanly strengthened by this crucible, and had ten times the strength of a Geequoan male, and similarly enhanced endurance and resistance to lesser contagions and hazards. They also quickly developed seemingly superhuman ambition and a powerful sense of competition with their ‘sisters,’ and the society of Geequoa, centuries later, is run by long-lived women with superhuman strength, each of whom has many shorter-lived Geequoan males competing for her attention, having developed ever stronger pheremones to draw the attention of their ‘queens.’ What evolved simply to ‘smell nice’ to the superhuman women of their own world proved to be overwhelming to less-superhuman women of other worlds, and Geequoan males were surprised to find that the women of the other worlds were plentiful and subservient to them, which most Geequoan males found terribly unattractive, having grown up competing for the attention of statuesque and superhuman beauties who held themselves aloof and apart from the common crush of men clamoring for their attention.

Still, there were always frustrated losers like Tal Obrin, who found a universe where everything was upside down, and these tiny (by comparison to the two plus meter tall women of his homeworld) fragile little females were the ones clamoring for *his* attention, to be enticing... And so Geequoa’s reputation as a world of piggish chauvanists was born.

Once or twice in a generation, a woman-child is born with an extra strand of DNA tangled up in her double-helix. These ‘triples’ have not ten times the strength of a Geequoan male, like a typical Geequoan woman, but *a hundred* times the strength, and there are currently three such individuals on Geequoa. One of them is only two years old, and while great things no doubt lie in her future, Geequoan females age slowly, and it will be three more decades before she is even considered an adult, and has reached full physical maturity. Another was a great champion, some decades ago, but is now 137 years old, and serving on the Advisory Body, the ruling council of Geequoa. While still quite fit and capable, again, as befits the long-lived females of the race, she’s far too busy for crimefighting. This leaves Timaya of Jian*, current ‘hero’ of Geequoa, who goes by the name Amazon, as befits the neo-classical Greek tones embraced by her society (although she has no connection to the actual Amazons of Earth).

*Geequoan women use their given name and the name of their mothers, so Timaya ‘of Jian’ (her mother’s name). On medical forms, where such information is pertinent, she might go by Timaya of Jian by Wensel (her father’s name), but the father’s name is generally regarded as unimportant, and not part of her legal name. Geequoan men also use their own name and their mother’s name, with Tal Obrin making a misogynistic political statement by using his own name and his *father’s* name instead.

Amazon, like all Geequoan women, remains active exclusively on Geequoa itself. While some males travel off-world, required by SP regulations to wear a device on their upper arm, thigh or throat that suppresses their natural pheremone production and time-releases a counter-agent, the rare women of Geequoa are considered ‘too important’ to risk sending off-world. With a notorious exception here and there, the vast majority of Geequoan men find non-Geequoan women to be small and weak compared to the towering powerhouses of their dreams, and yet also are unusually deferential to them, being unfamiliar with a situation in which genders are equal, and women aren’t prized and fought over by much more common lower-status men. As a result, they can often offend, with their cultural misunderstandings, ranging from treating an adult woman like a child (since she’s so small, compared to the adult women of their world), to refusing to make eye contact (which is seen as flirting, on their world).

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#939535 - 10/26/17 03:47 AM Re: Heroes of other worlds? [Re: Set]  
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And one more from Cargg;

Mialo Ormulo was born six minutes after his fraternal twin sister, Wiona. A twin birth is a rare occasion on Cargg, and these twins proved to be most frustrating for their parents, as at any given time one or the other might have gone missing! It was several weeks before their questions where answered, as it turned out that the twins could not just triplicate and re-absorb their duplicates, but could also absorb *each other!* They grew up inseperable, but as they grew, they began to seek out their individuality and privacy. Wiona, in particular, no longer had any interest in joining with her brother, and as she grew more independent-minded, Mialo found himself feeling a loneliness that he’d never known before. Still, he respected Wiona’s decision, and it was only by chance that he discovered that he could absorb his father, as well! Further testing, and development of his power, revealed that he could absorb any Carggite capable of triplicating, whether they wished it or not, and that anyone absorbed could speak to him in his mind, but had no control over his body, being effectively a passenger, or prisoner, in his body, until he either lost consciousness or willingly released them. It was during this development that he also learned to tap into the strength of those he had absorbed, which typically was just his own two duplicates, giving him the strength and resilience of three men.

Joining the Carggite Science Police, he generally avoided using his ability to absorb others, as it constituted unlawful assault unless used in the process of arresting someone, but being able to combine into one man with the strength of three also proved an asset. It was only during an visit to the southern continent for a wedding that he found a dramatic new use for his unique ability. A freight hauler with a megaton shipment of cometary ice had suffered a catastrophic braking failure coming down from orbit and accelerated into the landing pad, creating a shockwave that nearly brought the spaceport tumbling down. Mialo had fortuitously been in an office in the security area receiving some routine immunizations for new arrivals, and nowhere near the outer walls or windows, and when he staggered to his feet he rushed out to find a scene out of a disaster vid, with wounded and confused Carggite travelers everywhere. He couldn’t help everyone get to a safer location in the confusion, with many deafened from the blast and some panicking dangerously, and so he began just grabbing people and fusing them into himself, growing stronger with every Carggite absorbed. The smaller percentage of visiting non-Carggites, he rounded up as best he could, using his authority as an SP Officer to get people moving, and his own unique talents to just gather up injured or shell-shocked Carggites by absorbing him.

By the time he reached the security doors exiting that wing of the spaceport, he found the way blocked by a panicky crowd, all pounding on the exit doors, which were jammed by the structural warpage to the buildings superstructure. He took a deep breath and barreled into the crowd, and had absorbed over thirty Carggites by the time he reached the doors, with the strength of a hundred men, the doors came unstuck readily, and the rag-tag group of non-Carggites followed him to safety. Once in a safe area, emergency teams were puzzled by the small numbers of ‘survivors,’ and feared the worst, until Malo exhaled and released his ‘cargo’ of Carggites, tumbling out of him by the dozens, coughing and reeling from the after-effects of the explosion. He passed out, to learn later that the building behind him had been slowly filling with toxic fumes from crashed ship, and that if he hadn’t cleared the wing, every single person would have died…

And so a hero was born. Mialo still works for the SP, but also has a ‘superhero’ codename, which translates to ‘Fusion.’

For her part, Wiona is happy for her brother, to have found such a great use for his ability, but has zero interest in letting a dozen or more strangers rent time in her body. She’s currently mid-term with her first child, and finds having *one* tiny person stuck inside her and affecting her body and mood to be just about all the ‘sharing’ she can stand…

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#939728 - 10/29/17 04:22 AM Re: Heroes of other worlds? [Re: Set]  
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Oh hey, Appelaxians are a thing!

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The Forever Queen. Earth Empress. Eternal Sovereign of the Appelaxian Empire. Only a select group on Earth even know of the Appelaxian known as The Ice-Queen, and her vast palace of ever-changing ice deep in the mountains of Antarctica. She has been the titular ruler of Earth for 200 years, and yet almost nobody on Earth, outside of the highest levels of government, and a dedicated diplomatic corps, even know that she exists. And that’s how everyone likes it…

The Forever Queen is the only Appelaxian to maintain rulership of an entire world, her people having fallen far in their endless squabbling, having devastated every other world they once ruled, leaving them blasted wastelands, haunted by their eternally warring ‘rulers,’ who once numbered in the hundreds, but now may only linger in the dozens, scattered across a half-dozen barren worlds ruined by their presence. Only Earth remains pristine, a jewel in their once-vast Empire, and the Earth Empress takes great pains to ensure that it remains so, with a hands-off policy that forbids other Appelaxians from encroaching on her sovereign domain. She allows her fellow Appelaxians to believe that she rules the Earth with an iron hand, in the way of her people, but has taken great pains to conceal her presence from the people of Earth, with only a small cadre of diplomats, unknown to even some Earthgov presidents, and most senators, shuttling to her ice-fastness to place documents before her for her signature. She does not bother to read them, because she cares nothing for the minutae of governance, saying that it bores her and is for minions and bureacrats, trained in such bean-counting tedium, to deal with. In truth, she is wily, with centuries of experience, and has been playing a long game exceedingly well, convincing her fractious people that the Earth is her domain, and outside of their reach, preserving it for herself, while convincing the few humans who even know of her existence that she’s a doddering old alien, willingly accepting an empty title as a pretense, and nothing more.

She sees it as the best of both worlds. She has the title, the castle, the fawning sycophants, and yet also the anonymity that protects her from revolution or strife, as well as none of the boring responsibilities of rulership that, truth be told, her people have spectacularly failed at, time and again.

In the nature of her people, she has incarnated in an elemental substance, in her case, water ice. She can manifest as a walking glacier, but instead chooses a humanoid form, coldly beautiful, and four meters tall, the better to tower over the humans who come to play the charade of attending their ‘queen.’ The secret core of diplomats that work in her ice-castle she transforms temporarily into living ice, although she rarely controls them directly, saving that for reminding a mouthy lesser of their ‘proper place,’ and that, in her presence, their free will is utterly at her discretion… When their term is up, she reverts them to flesh and blood, and they leave her presence, all memory of their time working with the ‘Queen of Earth’ frozen so deep within their mind that they remember nothing unless they return for another tour, at which point she ‘thaws’ the crystal memories so that they do not have to relearn how best to curry her favor, which they do in diverse ways, from long-winded technical reports on the financial activities of ‘her subjects’ (which she finds endlessly fascinating, until she suddenly finds it irritating and sends them scurrying with her displeasure), to bizarre pageants, masquerade balls and plays staged for her entertainment.

The covert agency that trains these diplomats, and keeps this great secret, does so in the knowledge that the charade protects the Earth from the ravages of the rest of the Appelaxian race, each a walking catastrophe capable of transforming and enslaving thousands, perhaps millions, individually, who would descend upon the Earth en masse if they ever thought the Ice-Queen to have lost her grip on the world.

And so the long game continues…




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