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* CosmicHorrorStory: The Affect is just as likely to turn people into cosmic horrors as it is to turn them into capes.

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* CosmicHorrorStory: The Affect is just as likely to turn people into cosmic horrors as it is to turn them into capes.superhumans.


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* {{Jerkass}}: The Megajoule memory construct is nasty piece of work. All he really does is try to make Gabe feel worthless.


* HardLight: Mateo can produce and manipulate hard light.

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* HardLight: Mateo can produce and manipulate hard light.light discs.
* LaResistance: The Houston Egalitarian Front is an anarchist gang whose goal is the abolition of capes.

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*BrokenAce: Gabe has a ton of power and a ton of issues. His insecurity and cynicism about the world make his internal emotional state not line up with his ability to change things.
*ByronicHero: Gabe is a sullen, yet powerful and magnetic person. He can be personally hard to like but he's also full of passion and ideal. He also views the word and interacts with it in a violent way.


* BackgroundMagicField: The Affect is a cosmic force powered by emotions which in turn has mutated most of the human race in various ways.

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* BackgroundMagicField: The Affect is a cosmic force energy field powered by emotions which in turn has mutated most of the human race humanity in various ways.


* BackgroundMagicField: The Affect is a cosmic force powered by emotions and in turn has mutated most of the human race in various ways.

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* BackgroundMagicField: The Affect is a cosmic force powered by emotions and which in turn has mutated most of the human race in various ways.


* ClassicalAntiHero: Gabe wants to be a hero just like Megajoule, but is plagued by an overwhelming InferiorityComplex.

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* ClassicalAntiHero: Gabe wants to be a hero just like Megajoule, but is plagued by an overwhelming InferiorityComplex.inferiority complex.

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* ClassicalAntiHero: Gabe wants to be a hero just like Megajoule, but is plagued by an overwhelming InferiorityComplex.

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* BackgroundMagicField: The Affect is a cosmic force powered by emotions and in turn has mutated most of the human race in various ways.


** Cruiserweight: Affected with powers of considerable strength and/or versatility.

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** Cruiserweight: Affected with powers of considerable strength and/or and versatility.


** Cruiserweight: Affected with relatively strong and/or versatile powers.

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** Cruiserweight: Affected with relatively strong powers of considerable strength and/or versatile powers.versatility.

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* SpiderSense: Gabe has a "kinetic-thermal sense" that gives him an omnidirectional awareness of his surroundings similar to ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'s radar sense.


* LightningBruiser: Gabe can launch himself through the air, absorb the energy of bullets, and hits hard enough to burst the windows of the buildings around him at one point. However, he needs to absorb enough energy to do this, and as a result, his power tends to scale based on who he's fighting; if he's fighting common thugs they don't give him enough energy to go nova, but when he fights super strong humans, he can unleash a lot more damage.


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* LightningBruiser: Gabe can launch himself through the air, absorb the energy of bullets, and hits hard enough to burst the windows of the buildings around him at one point. However, he needs to absorb enough energy to do this, and as a result, his power tends to scale based on who he's fighting; if he's fighting common thugs they don't give him enough energy to go nova, but when he fights super strong humans, he can unleash a lot more damage.


* CapePunk: Inheritors deals with a world where 98% of people have superpowers of some kind, although with varying degrees of usefulness from not at all to world-changing.
* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Gabe to the max. Turns out being a BigDamnHero runs in the DNA. He knows it isn't smart - he just can't help it.
* CosmicHorrorStory: The Affect is just as likely to turn people into cosmic horrors as it is to turn them into capes.
* EnergyAbsorption: Megajoule's power, and by extension, Gabe's as well. Megajoule could absorb, redirect, and convert any kind of energy he wished. However, [[spoiler: Gabe learned that he can only absorb, redirect, and convert kinetic and thermal energy. This is a significant nerf from Megajoule's powers, but on the other end of the coin, Gabe's use of thermal energy is so instinctual that he is shown to be immune to all temperature conditions, something Megajoule had to actively manage.]]



* EnergyAbsorption: Megajoule could absorb any kind of energy and utilize it in various ways, mainly to make himself a FlyingBrick. Gabe inherited a more limited version called "dynathermokinesis," which allows him to absorb only kinetic and thermal energy.

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* EnergyAbsorption: Megajoule could absorb any kind of energy and utilize it in various ways, mainly to make LightningBruiser: Gabe can launch himself a FlyingBrick. Gabe inherited a more limited version called "dynathermokinesis," which allows through the air, absorb the energy of bullets, and hits hard enough to burst the windows of the buildings around him at one point. However, he needs to absorb only kinetic enough energy to do this, and thermal energy.as a result, his power tends to scale based on who he's fighting; if he's fighting common thugs they don't give him enough energy to go nova, but when he fights super strong humans, he can unleash a lot more damage.


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* SpySatellites: Foundation has an extensive network of drones that patrol the streets.


** Cruiserweight: Affected with relatively strong and versatile powers.

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** Cruiserweight: Affected with relatively strong and and/or versatile powers.


** Cruiserweight: Affected with relatively strong powers.

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** Cruiserweight: Affected with relatively strong and versatile powers.

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