Literature: Stone Burners
In a dark, damp and dirty alley way, a girl wakes up. Bereft of her memories and saddled with a unfamiliar body that brings along stigma, she has to relearn to live in world filled with metahumans and prejudice.Stone Burners
This series provides examples of:
- Alliterative Name: Freedom Fighter and his organisation, the Freedom Fighters.
- Broken Bird: Miya has shades of this, considering what Overlord had done.
- Blow You Away: Cyrus's powers.
- Differently Powered Individual: Both metahuman, superhuman and parahuman shows up.
- Fights Like a Normal: A number of characters without abilities that lead themselves to direct combat.
- Gentle Giant: Olivia is a quiet, meek girl ... who happens to be about seven feet tall plus wings and tail, and strong enough to break down a metal door with one hit.
- Good Thing You Can Heal: Olivia have been shot, pummeled, thrown through a wall and suffered through broken bones. She got better.
- Hero's First Rescue: The first time Olivia comes across a thug mugging a woman in a shady part of town, she doesn't even hesitate before leaping to rescue her.
- Humanoid Abomination: John Doe. He's harder to make out the more you concentrate on him, he's vaguely humanoid and his powers are a mix of Perception Filter and Mind Rape.
- Mind Screw: John Doe does this to the main cast
- Monster Modesty: Despite being a two meter tall dragon girl, one of the first points on Olivia's agenda after she regains consciousness is to find clothing.
- Our Dragons Are Different: Olivia is almost an exact copy of a dragon, however she's missing the fire breathing.
- Quest for Identity: The story starts in dark alley with the protagonist having no memory of her circumstance.
- Trauma-Induced Amnesia: Implied, when the protagonist meets a metahuman capable of experiencing his foes pasts.