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  • Bioluminescence Is Cool: His blood glows.
  • Bizarre Alien Senses: The Fryxus could sense electricity, magnetic fields, and metal at a distance, a sense similar to that used by the platypus or cockroach of Earth, only far more sensitive and developed.
  • Death Seeker: Since the Fryxus are effectively extinct, his goal is to die a heroic enough death that the universe will never forget them. They can't live on physically, so they will live on in song.
  • Deflector Shield: He can generate a magnetic field around his body powerful enough to deflect even energy attacks and non-metal projectiles.
  • Fantastic Racism: The Fryxus believed themselves to be the Master Race. The other races of the Harsaf star system loathed the Fryxus after centuries of unprovoked aggression and colonization.
  • Fauns and Satyrs: As humanoid sheep, the Fryxus appear to be this.
  • Flying Firepower: Like the rest of the Fryxus, he has Magnetism Manipulation powerful enough to throw battlestars at other battlestars.
  • Four Is Death: Ku'unum is the fourth planet in the Harsaf star system. Now it's an irradiated lump of charcoal.
  • Glory Seeker: Since the Fryxus are effectively extinct, his goal is to die a heroic enough death that the universe will never forget them. They can't live on physically, so they will live on in song.
  • Have I Mentioned I Am a Dwarf Today?: He makes a show of taking great pride in his heritage, despite having only a child's understanding of it.
  • Make an Example of Them: The Star-Khan ordered the genocide of the Fryxus when they refused to bend their knee to him.
  • Salt the Earth: The Star-Khan's navy triggered a gamma ray burst from a black hole which scoured the entire surface of Ku'unum. It boiled away the atmosphere and oceans, and burned all life to ash.
  • Shock and Awe: He has control over electricity as well as magnetism.
  • Shoot the Messenger: When the Star-Khan offered to help the Fryxus conquer the rest of the Harsaf star system in exchange for their submission to his rule, the Fryxus responded with the severed heads of his emissaries, and a single sentence: "Come and make us." (He did.)
  • Sky Surfing: He can fly by using his Magnetism Manipulation to throw a piece of metal while he's standing on it.
  • Slavery Is a Special Kind of Evil: The Fryxus inflicted this evil upon their neighbors in the Harsaf star system, and they suffered a Karmic Death for it.
  • The Stateless: He and his adopted mother were this. His very existence is illegal in the Stellar Khanate. They were granted refugee status and permanent residence in the Lor Republic.
  • Straw Vegetarian: He has started bar brawls at the sight of a single plate of hot wings.
  • Stripperiffic: He wears a loincloth and nothing else.
  • Thanatos Gambit: Since the Fryxus are effectively extinct, his goal is to die a heroic enough death that the universe will never forget them. They can't live on physically, so they will live on in song.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: The Star-Khan's navy triggered a gamma ray burst from a black hole which scoured the entire surface of Ku'unum. It boiled away the atmosphere and oceans, and burned all life to ash. The Khan followed this up with a pogrom. There are fewer than a hundred Fryxians left alive, and there's a bounty on every one of them.
  • Try to Fit THAT on a Business Card!: He introduces himself with the names of his herd, his race, his planet, and at least three generations of his family.
  • War Refugees: He and his adopted mother were both this after the Fryxus were wiped out and Ku'unum was rendered uninhabitable. The Lor Republic allowed them to resettle in their space.
  • When All You Have Is a Hammer...: He isn't terribly imaginative, but the couple of moves he has are quite effective.
  • You Cannot Kill An Idea: His goal is to preserve the memory of his race in defiance of the Star-Khan's genocide.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: His home planet, Ku'unum, is now an irradiated lump of charcoal floating silently in space.

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Dragonfly
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Edge
  • Ambiguously Brown: Nina is "a scion of a time and place where Arabian, Indian, and African united as one."
  • Archnemesis Dad: Mark's father is an even more powerful Reality Warper, who tried to re-write history to match the Silver Age. Nina's father is the President Evil of Socotra.

  • Show Within a Show: Husband/Wife duo Fast-Forward and Hologram host Supercrime!, an Expy for MythBusters which airs on the Discovery Channel. In one episode, the duo (and some accompanying heroes) went on a trip to 65 Million BCE to explore dinosaur-related superhero stories.
  • Spell Book: The "Tome of Theurgy," which acts as an Amplifier Artifact for his fading powers.
  • Superpowerful Genetics: Fast-Forward and Hologram both come from superpowered families. Their son, Thoughtspeed, has inherited both his father's Super Speed and his mother's Psychic Powers.

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Fleur de Joie

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Foreshadow
  • Badass Abnormal: Erick is a world-class martial artist and detective who also has minor Psychic Powers, mostly Super Senses.
  • Blessed with Suck: The sensation that alerts him to nearby threats increases in intensity the greater the danger. Some instances can cause him debilitating pain. The visions themselves can also occasionally come with intense enough vigor to also cause psychosomatic pain.
  • Legacy Character: Erick is the second hero to use the name and costume of "Foreshadow." The original, a canonical NPC, is retired.

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Forever Boy
  • Another Dimension: Pan comes from Neverworld, a world of adventure and swashbuckling populated by versions of many fictional characters from our world. There seem to be some sort of connection between the two worlds, though it has yet to be explored.
  • Cool Mask: Pan's costume is completed by a hardly necessary green domino mask.
  • Did You Just Scam Cthulhu?: Managed to bluff the demon lord Baal with some information from Salvo, saving a few souls in the process.
  • Fragile Speedster: Pan is difficult to hit and can hit like a truck with the right setup, but if someone gets a hit in, he won't be standing for long.
  • Friend to All Children: Basically Peter Pan, and a happy and friendly sort, Forever Boy is an instant hit with most children.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Pan has been 16 years old for a very long time. He is not sure how old he actually is. While he generally acts like a 16 year old, his actual age tends to slip through every now and again.
  • Red/Green Contrast: Pan's outfit is red and green, and he generally prefers wearing red and green colors.
  • Spell My Name with a "The": The Forever Boy.
  • Trash Talk: A favorite tactic is to distract enemies with trash talking while in combat.
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