Sinrus wrote:I edited my talents down to three. I can't think of anything for skills though.
Come on people, this'll be fun. Let's get some more players.
Crovius wrote:Would it be interesting if I GAVE everyone some mental issue?
Crovius wrote:Also thinking back, none of you WANTED to end the world, sorry, that's not how this works.
Gaven ran way from his home in Europe at the age of 12, and worked his way south. He stayed hidden and alone, making no friends, and many enemies. When his powers came into form, he was already at the edge of the Sahara dessert. He crossed into the massive expanse after spending two years living in junkyard, which gave him both an iron stomach, and a vehicle which would allow him to live deep in it. He was one of the last powers to be contacted, and the first to be attacked. Many of the grievances the politicians used as propaganda to allow them to go after powers, were caused by Gaven's machinery when they assaulted his home. He is obsessive about machines, tailoring himself to them, sometimes giving them persona's. This got worse when he discovered warhammer 40k, and he now believes that the machines he works on have spirits. Many of the machines he creates have an artificial life, some can walk and talk, and even hold an intelligent conversation with people. When he gets angry, the object of his anger will burn, usually from inside their own skull, and when he does this to one of his creations, he soon creates a new body for it, giving it the same name and personality. Each one of his current creations has gone through this at least seven times. His desert home is mostly underground, and he uses his powers to keep it warmed or cooled as he see's fit. Even when he is connected to the other powers, his mind is focused on a cog, which allows him to maintain his own vision, and block them from his mind. In his heart he can see a world, where everything fits together, maintaining a perfect harmony. He attempts this with his machines, and keeps getting closer to what he believes is the perfect model.
Daemonwelsh wrote:I edited my stuff, anything else that I should change?
Crovius wrote:How's that for backstory?
BLANDCorporatio wrote:Crovius wrote:How's that for backstory?
Meh, sorry, deal-breaker. I'll sit this one out.
And why in the heck would they go to East Coast America anyways, Syberia is a nice cozy place that is very sparsely inhabited.
EDIT: wait, I know. So that the cliched story of the US Army chasing gifted people can play out. Meh.
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