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* EverybodyHatesHades: Both Hades and Baron Samedi are treated as pure villains, rather than the more complicated figures they are in their source mythology. {{Fanon}} has it that Samedi is at least partly being influenced by the fact his mount is a ruthless drug dealer.

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* EverybodyHatesHades: Both Hades and Baron Samedi are treated as pure villains, rather than the more complicated figures they are in their source mythology. {{Fanon}} has it that Samedi is at least partly being influenced by the fact his mount is a ruthless drug dealer.


* EverybodyHatesHades: Both Hades and Baron Samedi are treated as pure villains, rather than the more complicated figures they are in their source mythology.

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* EverybodyHatesHades: Both Hades and Baron Samedi are treated as pure villains, rather than the more complicated figures they are in their source mythology. {{Fanon}} has it that Samedi is at least partly being influenced by the fact his mount is a ruthless drug dealer.


* CastingAShadow: Black Star. ''Nacht-Krieger''.



* DarkIsEdgy: Black Star. ''Nacht-Krieger''.


* PlayfulHacker: Digital Demon, one of the Cybertribe. Leads to a CrowningMomentOfFunny when the report on him is handwritten, with some choice personal comments from the investigator.

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* PlayfulHacker: Digital Demon, one of the Cybertribe. Leads to a CrowningMomentOfFunny SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} when the report on him is handwritten, with some choice personal comments from the investigator.


** The Pale Ranger in ''Worlds of Freedom'''s "Freedom by Gaslight" is basically Marvel's Phantom Rider, although he's got Franchise/TheLoneRanger's origin (but the Silver Sheriff is the one who inherited a silver mine and used it to make bullets). He's also Doc Prophet's father, which could be a nod to the Lone Ranger being the uncle of Franchise/TheGreenHornet.

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** The Pale Ranger in ''Worlds of Freedom'''s "Freedom by Gaslight" is basically Marvel's Phantom Rider, although he's got Franchise/TheLoneRanger's origin (but the Silver Sheriff is the one who inherited a silver mine and used it to make bullets). He's also Doc Prophet's father, which could be a nod to the Lone Ranger being the uncle of Franchise/TheGreenHornet.Radio/TheGreenHornet.


'''Freedom City''' is the default setting for the ''TabletopGame/MutantsAndMasterminds'' game system. Freedom City, the actual town, is the default setting for the 1st and 2nd editions of the game and is where most setting information is provided for. Also known as [[TheVerse the Freedom Universe]]. In the World of Freedom, superheroes appeared roughly at the same time that comic book heroes did in the real world.

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'''Freedom City''' ''Freedom City'' is the default setting for the ''TabletopGame/MutantsAndMasterminds'' game system. Freedom City, the actual town, is the default setting for the 1st and 2nd editions of the game and is where most setting information is provided for. Also known as [[TheVerse the Freedom Universe]]. In the World of Freedom, superheroes appeared roughly at the same time that comic book heroes did in the real world.

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* HeroicAlbino: ''Atlas of Earth Prime'' has Whitestone, a Tanzanian albino superhero who fights the prejudices and superstition his home country has regarding albinism.


*** 3rd edition Lady Liberty (a young woman from an ethnic minority who inherits the mantle of a major heroine) may be inspired by Comicbook/MsMarvel.

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*** 3rd edition Lady Liberty (a young woman from an ethnic minority who inherits the mantle of a major heroine) may be inspired by Comicbook/MsMarvel.Comicbook/MsMarvel2014.

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*** 3rd edition Lady Liberty (a young woman from an ethnic minority who inherits the mantle of a major heroine) may be inspired by Comicbook/MsMarvel.


*** His OppositeSexClone/adopted daughter Jonni Quick, in the "Future Freedom" setting and 3rd Edition, is a {{Gender Flip}}ped Bart Allen with Wally West elements.

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*** His OppositeSexClone/adopted daughter Jonni Quick, Rocket, in the "Future Freedom" setting and 3rd Edition, is a {{Gender Flip}}ped Bart Allen with Wally West elements.


*** Commander USA is a {{genderflip}}ped and {{Race Lift}}ed Miss America. His origin is similar to the Human Bomb.

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*** Commander USA is a {{genderflip}}ped and {{Race Lift}}ed Miss America. His origin is similar to the Human Bomb.Bomb and he's got much the same role in the team as Uncle Sam.


*** Commander USA is a genderflipped and {{Race Lift}}ed Miss America. His origin is similar to the Human Bomb.

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*** Commander USA is a genderflipped {{genderflip}}ped and {{Race Lift}}ed Miss America. His origin is similar to the Human Bomb.

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** The Freedom Brigade in ''Worlds of Freedom'' are based on the Comicbook/FreedomFighters, complete with being taken to Nazi Earth just after they formed.
*** Commander USA is a genderflipped and {{Race Lift}}ed Miss America. His origin is similar to the Human Bomb.
*** The Invisible Agent is the Invisible Hood. His secret identity is Frank Raymond, after the title character of the 1942 movie ''The Invisible Agent''.
*** The Mysterious Madame Radium is a genderflipped Comicbook/TheRay. Her name is reminiscent of Neon the Unknown.
*** Sea Hawk is a genderflipped Black Condor. She's also a pilot, suggesting Comicbook/{{Blackhawk}}.
*** Doctor X is Magno.
*** The Magister, a BadassNormal in an archaic costume, might be intended as a riff on the Jester.


** Askari Inc. in the ''Atlas of Earth Prime'' is a Tanzanian Comicbook/HeroesForHire. Whitestone is Comicbook/LukeCage (although his albinism and name probably come from Spider-Man villain Tombstone) and Dragonhand is Comicbook/IronFist.



** The Devil's Own, from ''Atlas of Earth-Prime'' is a [[Really700YearsOld 200 year old]] Canadian with a healing factor, a clawlike attack, and a history of experimentation and mindwipes by a GovernmentConspiracy. [[Comicbook/{{Wolverine}} So, yeah.]]



*** His OppositeSexClone/adopted daughter Jonni Quick, in the "Future Freedom" setting, is a {{Gender Flip}}ped Bart Allen with Wally West elements.

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*** His OppositeSexClone/adopted daughter Jonni Quick, in the "Future Freedom" setting, setting and 3rd Edition, is a {{Gender Flip}}ped Bart Allen with Wally West elements.


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** Prime Detective, the superhero of Botswana in ''Atlas of Earth-Prime'', is [[Literature/TheNo1LadiesDetectiveAgency Precious Ramotswe]] with SuperSenses. Her name is also a pun on ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s "Prime Directive".

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