History WMG / Empowered

21st May '17 11:25:13 PM MawofWinter
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[[WMG: EMP's supersuit is a bargainer from her Suprahuman studies class]]
* The Infernal Services Provider recognizes EMP's suit. He says it looks familiar to him. That means he has seen it before. The Supersuit has a mind of its own and when it has a silent conversation with the Caged Demonwolf, it shocks Demonwolf by letting him know that the Supersuit is not female, implying it to be male. Also the Supersuit seems to like having EMP in humiliating bondage situations, despite protecting her from serious injuries. So, what does all this mean? Well, maybe the Supersuit used to be a person who arranged to be transformed into EMP's Supersuit to get a chance to be close to her. That person might be someone from EMP's Suprahuman studies courses, who had a crush on her but she wasn't interested. Then the person struck a deal with the Infernal Services Provider to be turned into a living Supersuit and be Fedexed to EMP's apartment. The Supersuit lets EMP wind up tied because it has Bondage fetish. It also explains why the suit gives her constant orgasms whenever she wears the Supersuit. So basically EMP's entire superhero career coincides with the most thorough case of stalking in human history.



[[WMG: EMP's supersuit is a bargainer from her Suprahuman studies class]]
* The Infernal Services Provider recognizes EMP's suit. He says it looks familiar to him. That means he has seen it before. The Supersuit has a mind of its own and when it has a silent conversation with the Caged Demonwolf, it shocks Demonwolf by letting him know that the Supersuit is not female, implying it to be male. Also the Supersuit seems to like having EMP in humiliating bondage situations, despite protecting her from serious injuries. So, what does all this mean? Well, maybe the Supersuit used to be a person who arranged to be transformed into EMP's Supersuit to get a chance to be close to her. That person might be someone from EMP's Suprahuman studies courses, who had a crush on her but she wasn't interested. Then the person struck a deal with the Infernal Services Provider to be turned into a living Supersuit and be Fedexed to EMP's apartment. The Supersuit lets EMP wind up tied because it has Bondage fetish. It also explains why the suit gives her constant orgasms whenever she wears the Supersuit. So basically EMP's entire superhero career coincides with the most thorough case of stalking in human history.
21st May '17 11:22:17 PM MawofWinter
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[[WMG: EMP's supersuit is a bargainer from her Suprahuman studies class]]
*The Infernal Services Provider recognizes EMP's suit. He says it looks familiar to him. That means he has seen it before. The Supersuit has a mind of its own and when it has a silent conversation with the Caged Demonwolf, it shocks Demonwolf by letting him know that the Supersuit is not female, implying it to be male. Also the Supersuit seems to like having EMP in humiliating bondage situations, despite protecting her from serious injuries. So, what does all this mean? Well, maybe the Supersuit used to be a person who arranged to be transformed into EMP's Supersuit to get a chance to be close to her. That person might be someone from EMP's Suprahuman studies courses, who had a crush on her but she wasn't interested. Then the person struck a deal with the Infernal Services Provider to be turned into a living Supersuit and be Fedexed to EMP's apartment. The Supersuit lets EMP wind up tied because it has Bondage fetish. It also explains why the suit gives her constant orgasms whenever she wears the Supersuit. So basically EMP's entire superhero career coincides with the most thorough case of stalking in human history.
6th May '17 9:56:49 AM dahoughtonuk
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** It would be somewhat hilarious if it turned out that part of Thugboy's 'Spartan' outfit was actually some kind of occult transmitter.

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** It would be somewhat hilarious if it turned out that part of Thugboy's 'Spartan' outfit was actually some kind of occult transmitter.transmitter.

[[folder: Soldier of Love]]
[[WMG: The pangolin was right Emp is a magical girl...]]

In the mini series the pangolin claims that Emp is a magical girl. This makes a lot of sense. A lot of time her victories seems to come from the power of friendship, improving her confidence or determination and then she wins all out.

[[WMG: ...but she got the wrong costume and power set]]

Due to her suppressed desires Emp got the costume and power set for the ''Dark'' Magical Girl. Emp's costume is ''really'' happy about this. The pangolin ''far'' less so. As a result of Emp being a good person, and superhero obsessed she went that way and the Soldier of Love never had the warning she should, so fell.

Usually a dark magical girl represents a perversion of the ideals of the magical girl, and Emp's tastes (even if she doesn't like to admit to them)can be seen as a perversion (which is why Emp doesn't).

Equally a dark magical girl does not always get an animal advisor, and can appear semi-clothed, but always seems tougher. Confident and Semi-naked. Her powers would work well with a Dark Magical Girl. Powerful and confident, and can make parts of the costume disappear.

The costume is happy because for the first time, it is with someone who is indulging the tastes but also has a lot of love. It for once is doing what it wants to.

[[/folder]]
6th Feb '17 8:56:56 PM Vandegraff1
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[[WMG:Willy Pete is the Caged Demonwowlf.]]

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[[WMG:Willy Pete is the Caged Demonwowlf.Demonwolf.]]




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* Seems to be backed up by an exchange between Capitan Rivet and Major Havoc in Vol. 7.
--> Capitan Rivet: "Well, Mindf████ ''was'' kept out of the loop about the kludge minds, for ''obvious reasons''..."
--> Major Havoc: "Wouldn't she have, y'know, ''recognized'' his work, somehow?"
1st Feb '17 3:13:35 PM Wyldchyld
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Seriously, she gets [[BoundAndGagged tied]] [[FetishFuel up]] too often for it to be mere coincidence. And don't even get me started on how she actually gives people ''pointers'' on '''[[BoldInflation how to tie her up]]'''. She's just keeping it a secret because she isn't sure if it'll turn out to be a ConvenientlyCommonKink.

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Seriously, she gets [[BoundAndGagged tied]] [[FetishFuel tied up]] too often for it to be mere coincidence. And don't even get me started on how she actually gives people ''pointers'' on '''[[BoldInflation how to tie her up]]'''. She's just keeping it a secret because she isn't sure if it'll turn out to be a ConvenientlyCommonKink.
29th Jan '17 2:52:49 PM Veritude
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29th Jan '17 2:48:34 PM Veritude
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During his little ExpositionDump in volume 8, the Infernal Services Provider admitted to having manipulated events to cause Mindf**k's death in order to [[spoiler:lure Spooky into Hell so he could escape]]. How could he have done that? The most obvious suggestion is that he created Willy Pete, out of either one person, or ''several.'' Possibly Willy Pete was molded together from the souls of several dead arsonists, who actually ''loved'' burning in Hell, but still relished the opportunity to go back to Earth and burn some more? I dunno, but I still lay the credit for his existence at the demon's feet.

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During his little ExpositionDump in volume 8, the Infernal Services Provider admitted to having manipulated events to cause Mindf**k's death in order to [[spoiler:lure Spooky into Hell so he could escape]]. How could he have done that? The most obvious suggestion is that he created Willy Pete, out of either one person, or ''several.'' Possibly Willy Pete was molded together from the souls of several dead arsonists, who actually ''loved'' burning in Hell, but still relished the opportunity to go back to Earth and burn some more? I dunno, but I still lay the credit for his existence at the demon's feet.feet.

[[WMG: Willy Pete's level of activity is directly tied to Thugboy's psyche.]]
While not necessarily created by Thugboy (see other Guesses for some good possibilities), after his creation, the kludge mind of Willy Pete zeroed in on the Capekillers as an emotional wellspring; as their activity increased, so did Willy Pete's - leading to a Freudian meeting and near-total obliteration of the Capekillers.

After the death of his friends, Thugboy is shown to have become nihilistic. ('Whatever,' whether pointing a gun or being threatened with one.) Simultaneously, Willy Pete goes into stasis; the reason why he's not on the threat list of the Supes isn't because he wasn't powerful, but because his crimes occurred years ago during a chaotic period, after which he disappeared and didn't warrant investigation. (Inactive, not 'lightly active' - even occasional reports of 'cannibalistic skull-fucking' would have made some kind of waves, since Willy doesn't seem to have any tendencies towards cleaning up after his attacks. Or subtlety.)

Then, Thugboy encounters Emp, starts caring about her - and Willy Pete is suddenly back in action.

* Extra speculation: The connection between Willy and Thugboy is facilitated by something that Thugboy stashed during his Witless Minion days; something small but mystical, which was disturbed when Thugboy began selling off the items to pay rent.
** It would be somewhat hilarious if it turned out that part of Thugboy's 'Spartan' outfit was actually some kind of occult transmitter.
24th Sep '16 6:30:56 PM nombretomado
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In the mausoleum story, there's one superhero looking like a hamster with a medieval helmet. That would make him... well, I said it already. A possible ShoutOut to ''DorkTower''?

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In the mausoleum story, there's one superhero looking like a hamster with a medieval helmet. That would make him... well, I said it already. A possible ShoutOut to ''DorkTower''?
''Webcomic/DorkTower''?
16th Jul '16 6:29:12 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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While unwillingly, she intentionally caused the death of about '''10''' superheroes (11 if you count the indirect death of Mindf**k) and destroyed a billion dollar space station, almost bringing the Superhomeys to their knees. Even if Willy Pete did all the "work," she instigated the event. Combined with her GenreSavvy-ness which could just as easily turn into DangerouslyGenreSavvy-ness (including her knowledge of the methods of Superhero restraint and other insider knowledge of being a Superhomey), she could probably give Deathmonger a run for his money if she wasn't such a sweetheart with self-esteem issues. But, like the above posts say: [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke one bad day...]]

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While unwillingly, she intentionally caused the death of about '''10''' superheroes (11 if you count the indirect death of Mindf**k) and destroyed a billion dollar space station, almost bringing the Superhomeys to their knees. Even if Willy Pete did all the "work," she instigated the event. Combined with her GenreSavvy-ness which could just as easily turn into DangerouslyGenreSavvy-ness smarts (including her knowledge of the methods of Superhero restraint and other insider knowledge of being a Superhomey), she could probably give Deathmonger a run for his money if she wasn't such a sweetheart with self-esteem issues. But, like the above posts say: [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke one bad day...]]
20th Mar '16 8:27:21 PM Spudd86
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** WordOfGod several times in the Web Comic version is the Emp is an UnreliableNarrator particularly with regard to how the supersuit functions.

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** WordOfGod several times in commentary under the Web Comic version is the Emp is an UnreliableNarrator particularly with regard to how the supersuit functions.
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