Stephanie rides a super helicopter into battle. She also is able to steal any talent of her foes and use it against them and she has been known to copy the mental attributes of her adversaries. Stephanie lords over a assortment of fish and she is known for her breathtaking mountain fortress carved from sand. Additionally, she can run along ramps of fluid, however she must speak words of power to do so. Stephanie can take control of foxes.
Gifoverit is able to transform its body into dust. It developed the talent to make duplicates of itself and it conquers assailants wielding a death-dealing quarterstaff. Sadly, Gifoverit is well-known for being insane.
Dammit why is the gender neutral option ‘it’ >:
However the power set is cool and the weakness, although vaguely ableist, is a fitting one.
Hallor is able to change shape into a seahorse. Also, it possesses the power to spin like a whirlwind and it has been known to transform fluid into ice. Hallor can transform its body into physical matter and it developed the talent to absorb the damage from vacuum and use it to amplify its ability to sense sheep. Additionally, it has a stupendous flexibility and it has learned to tunnel through solid string. Unfortunately, Hallor is deathly afraid of earthworms.
this makes NO sense!
Adrienne developed the talent to absorb the damage from most physical attacks and redirect it toward a single enemy. Also, she wages war wielding a cruel morningstar, however she must speak words of power to do so. Adrienne lords over a collection of gorillas, but can only do so once a year. Additionally, she conquers opponents with a destructive laser cannon that also grants an outstanding agility and she has learned to transform her body into dust. Adrienne has mastered the ability to make duplicates of herself and she displays a phenomenal massive subterranean lair. Additionally, she can block psychic blasts and deflect them against any assailant in sight, but this power fades when she is knocked unconscious.
Unfortunately, Adrienne endures the burden of being (is) blind.
This is kinda fun though the whole “burden of blindness” annoys me. I can’t speak about the experience of blindness and I love my sight, but I don’t like the idea of pitying someone because they are blind? Or seeing as a great weakness. Anyways how awesome would that be to be able to take out bad guys without sight? And you know that my kick ass underground lair would be totally dark and I would be the only one who knew or could know the layout. But maybe I would allow light so that I could party with the gorillas once a year. The whole ‘deflecting anyone in sight' doesn't really work…
I think I am a little too invested in this totally random superhero.