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Looks good, approved~
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So Corona Vera is one of the thousand superheroes who tried to save the world but failed, right? Well, here are some other superheroes that might as well become NPCs in the Omniverse.

Zeta, the introverted lady with heat powers and wields a fire poker as a weapon

Xi, the cool guy who happens to be Zeta's boyfriend (also wields a pair of ice blades)

Falcon Barrier(Sheldon), the world's first super-soldier. Fought in World War 2, but got frozen in a freak accident and thawed two decades later to assist the superhumans who took his place.

Plat-Soldat(Anthony Jones), the cybernetic mercenary. Left behind in the war, he was brought back by a Russian secret society that wants to win the Cold War very badly. Falcon and Soldat fought each other during the final days of the Cold War, but eventually teamed up to defeat the leader of said secret society to save North America.

Kiana, the explorer. She has the ability to leap for long distances. Is a curious woman who believes that learning things can lead to personal growth. Wields dual scimitars and a bowgun in battle.

Aria, Kiana's best friend. She usually wears a smile, even in battle. Is one of the most powerful heroes in the group, and is considered to be very attractive. Wields a scythe and dual pistols in battle.


Red Lightning was a normal scientist until he got his lightning-speed powers from a freak accident, and is currently Corona's rival.

Dr. Mustard, Red Lightning's arch nemesis.
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May I borrow Ultan? I'm planning on having my character visit his archives.
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(02-05-2019, 09:07 PM)Corona Vera Wrote: So Corona Vera is one of the thousand superheroes who tried to save the world but failed, right? Well, here are some other superheroes that might as well become NPCs in the Omniverse.

Zeta, the introverted lady with heat powers and wields a fire poker as a weapon

Xi, the cool guy who happens to be Zeta's boyfriend (also wields a pair of ice blades)

Falcon Barrier(Sheldon), the world's first super-soldier. Fought in World War 2, but got frozen in a freak accident and thawed two decades later to assist the superhumans who took his place.

Plat-Soldat(Anthony Jones), the cybernetic mercenary. Left behind in the war, he was brought back by a Russian secret society that wants to win the Cold War very badly. Falcon and Soldat fought each other during the final days of the Cold War, but eventually teamed up to defeat the leader of said secret society to save North America.

Kiana, the explorer. She has the ability to leap for long distances. Is a curious woman who believes that learning things can lead to personal growth. Wields dual scimitars and a bowgun in battle.

Aria, Kiana's best friend. She usually wears a smile, even in battle. Is one of the most powerful heroes in the group, and is considered to be very attractive. Wields a scythe and dual pistols in battle.


Red Lightning was a normal scientist until he got his lightning-speed powers from a freak accident, and is currently Corona's rival.

Dr. Mustard, Red Lightning's arch nemesis.

That is a lot of names and powers, but unfortunately we have a point system if you are aiming to get them all as NPC's. And if you are asking for them to become official NPCs for the site, this isnt' the place to be doing it...

I don't know where you would either. Typically we don't make cannon character's Site NPCs without having some understanding where this cannon is from. If this is something you are interested in putting forth, I suggest the Help Desk.

(02-06-2019, 02:48 AM)Peter Smithson Wrote: May I borrow Ultan? I'm planning on having my character visit his archives.

I am not seeing this Ultan on our list.
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Ultan, ultan... Oh the library keeper! Well you are free to visit the archives, but Ultan isn't going to show up unless you go about doing damage to his books. Treat the library with care and you'll be fine.
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I'd like to borrow Princess Bon Bon Sunshine for a post.

(Ugh, I need to update the art!)
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Don't see why not. Have at it.
In battle it is important to keep a sharp blade

But it is by far more important to keep a sharp mind.
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I'm done with her, thanks!
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NPC Name: Lord Kassicus of House Imperator


NPC Source: Original Character


Character history:

In the days of old, millennia before mankind erected their first monuments, the house Imperator led the alien Prefects in military prowess and social dignity. Known for their grace under pressure, cunning strategy, skill in combat, and passion for their people, the Imperators were given authority over the defense of The Prefect capital of Arcadia and its satellite locations across the galaxy. Over time, the Imperators found new ways to integrate technology into their combat. What started as new firearms and explosives evolved into enhanced armor with integrated weaponry. The family grew in reputation and poise as a result. They never lost their edge, but Imperators were no longer on the front lines. They were generals and military tribunes. 

The family’s name was sullied quite suddenly by an act of cowardice. Decius, an Imperator of impetuous youth and low status, fled from a battle and abandoned his men. In the massacre that followed, a legend was born of the warriors who held their ground, and of the Imperator who ran. The family was sent reeling by this blow to their good name and scrambled to regain favor among their people. It was hard to come by, and a family once renowned for their loyalty and reliability quickly became known for a shrewd and manipulative nature. Generations passed without change. Then a single Imperator drove himself above and beyond to conquer the stigma against his family. Kassicus, son of Barius and Kassandrae, joined the Royal Guard and defended the orbital colony Citadel from invaders. He quickly gained renown among the politicians and military leaders that he served under in his time as a Royal Guard and before he knew it he was promoted to a military tribune alongside his fellow Guard and brother in arms Romanus of House Fortem. 

Romanus and Kassicus fostered a friendly feud over the next few years, attempting to outplay each other in games of strategy as small as chess and as massive as military training exercises. This brotherhood and its translation into the defense of the Prefects earned them great respect and love from their people Their rivalry became something else, however, when Romanus was selected over Kassicus to become a ranking Legate of the Prefect War Council and member of the Arcadian Senate. Feeling betrayed, the Imperator withdrew from his brother and the two drifted apart. For a time, the bold Kassicus faded into obscurity. His family’s legacy was no longer characterized by his ancestor’s failings, but neither was his name returned to his former glory. Any hopes of regaining his family’s honor was lost when Romanus was elected into the Royal Triumvirate, solidifying his own family house as a leading house to all peoples.

Kassicus rededicated himself to what he was skilled at: forging machines of war. His greatest achievement was the Centurion Apparatus, an immensely power suit of armor comprised of microscopic machines and fueled by a fragment of a star. The Centurions quickly rose up into a powerful military force of highly trained and incredibly dangerous soldiers. Kassicus was proud of his achievement, at least he was until Romanus and the other members of the Triumvirate were honored for their implementation instead of him. It was all the more insulting when Romanus attempted to reach out to his old friend and bring him into the War Council as a Legate. Kassicus spurned the clear attempt at pathetic politics and flew into a rage. He and Romanus nearly came to blows until the Centurion Gallius stepped in to seperate them. All the more infuriating was Romanus’ seemingly shrewd attempts to make amends. No matter what Romanus did, despite his purest intentions, Kassicus despised him and what the Imperator interpreted as false kindness. With his family’s name forgotten, his own rank neglected, and his hard work ascribed to another, Kassicus snapped.

He reached out to the Praetorians, an outcast sect of beings that had been pushed out of Arcadia for their hive mentality, dictatorial leadership structure, and penchant for body modification. The Praetorians were enthralled by Kassicus’ charming oration. He laid out a plan to decimate Arcadia by deactivating its defenses with his own authorization codes. The Praetorians would, in return, be restored to their former glory. Never once losing the charm or the cunning unique to his family, Kassicus manipulated the weak-minded Praetorians into serving as his revenge. He repeated this with pirates, criminals, and mercenaries. Anyone with a hatred of the self-righteous Prefects was called upon to form the iron fist of Kassicus’ Consortium. When Kassicus returned to Arcadia he played the part others had wanted. He was kind, apologetic, and humble as he made his way to Romanus. He threw himself at the Triumvirate’s feet and begged his brother to forgive his arrogance. Touched by the Imperator’s display, Romanus embraced Kassicus with passion and assured him all was well. Now given the rank of Legate, Kassicus had direct access to every aspect of the city’s defenses, and the trust of its military. Just before he launched his assault. He planted a line of self-destructive code into the Centurion Legionaries with a software update that he offered as a sign of his goodwill. The Legionnaires, already spread wide across the galaxy in a campaign to achieve peace and prosperity, gratefully accepted the gift. With the most powerful living weapons in the Galaxy no longer a worry, Kassicus dropped his home city’s defenses.

The Praetorians and their allies. descended without mercy, eons of hatred and bigotry fueling their relentless assault. Buildings fell, streets burned, citizens were slaughtered, and a massive retreat was initiated. Without their defenses, the Prefects called out to the thinly stretched Centurions to come to their aid. Much to their dismay, the Centurion armors turned on their wielders, obliterating the warriors inside and burning up with solar flame. Gallius was one of the few Centurions to survive this betrayal, thanks to the more highly advanced AIs the Centurion leaders were given. He rushed to the Triumvirate’s aid only to discover Kassicus and Romanus locked in mortal combat. With the other two members of the Triumvirate dead on the floor, Gallius threw himself into the fray. However, Romanus stopped him and ordered the warrior to flee and keep their culture alive. Reluctantly, Gallius fled the warzone just as Kassicus murdered his brother. The Imperator finally felt recognition as the victorious Praetorians chanted his name. He sent search parties to hunt down and destroy the remaining Centurions and took up a place of great authority within the Praetorian culture. The Consortium became his kingdom and Kassicus became the king. Still, he wanted more. He set his ambitious eyes on Earth, a small planet that had been hidden away by the Prefects and protected like a toddling child.

On Earth, Kassicus led his Consortium in a series of assaults on the planet. He had learned before his invasion that a Centurion had survived and taken up refuge on Earth. Kassicus attempted contact with this Centurion and tried to convince them to join his side. The young Centurion, a human named Cade Faulkner, rejected his proposal and took up arms along with other superhumans and defense organizations against the Imperator. Both offended by seeing a primitive human wielding his perfect technology and the rejection of his proposal, Kassicus held nothing back in his assault on Earth. He collided time and time again with the Earth’s Centurion and his compatriots, even managing to kill some in the process. Earth became a warzone for weeks, torn apart by the Praetorian soldiers and their clash with humanity’s defenders. Eventually Kassicus was driven back when his capital ship, the Deus, was crippled by one of Centurion’s allies. The Imperator took it especially personally when it was revealed that the human who had decimated his ship from the inside did not possess any powers. Maddened by his repeated defeats, Kassicus took to the frontlines himself. He clashed with Cade, decimating the inexperienced warrior in combat. Cade was rescued by his allies and spirited away to heal.

Kassicus carried on his capture of Earth while the young Centurion recuperated. Back at the Atlaas, Centurion’s ship, he was placed inside a Restoration Chamber. Revitalized and vengeful, Cade tried to seek out Kassicus, but he was stopped by his allies before he could charge headfirst into another slaughter. Much to their chagrin, Cade got his wish anyway when Kassicus launched an assault on one of Initiative’s civilian relief centers. This time the young Centurion was ready, and the battle was longer and more intense. Cade managed to defeat Kassicus with the aid of his companions and the human organization Initiative captured the Prefect and locked him away. As he hung, strapped to machines and restraints, inside a maximum-security prison cell specifically designed for him, Kassicus plotted his revenge. As he plotted, a strange white figure came to him and the Imperator was giving yet another chance at redemption.


Physical Description:

Kassicus is an incredibly imposing individual, standing at nearly 7 feet tall with broad shoulders and a menacing set of armor. He is clad in traditional Prefect regalia with a crested helmet, segmented cuirass, and flowing cloak. His armor is black and gold in honor of the House Imperator. Integrated into his advanced suit is a series of banded metal comprised of nanomachines which serve as a visible undersuit. Most of his armor plating is obsidian in color with some grey indicating the bendable mesh for his body’s joints and pivot points. His boots are wide and heavy, imitating his think gauntlets and reinforced pauldrons. His helmet is sharp, with an accentuated profile and strong jaw. The visor is reflective black and segmented for removal. His crest sits on top of the helm and curves from the base of his neck up to just past his crown.

As a result of his custom upgrades, Kassicus’ armor mimics that of his Centurions’. His palms are a well of crackling orange energy which come alive when active. Lines of orange energy cut into his ebony plating, denoting the flow of solar power inside the suit. The banded obsidian underneath his plate armor is inlaid with golden decals and bends flawlessly with his musculature, thus accentuating his thick arms and neck. His hefty knuckle pads and gauntlets curve away from his arm to further widen his profile. His cloak is pinned to his shoulders by his pauldrons and armored collar and falls to his ankles. The outside of his weighted cape is black with intricate gold details, but the inside is a deep wine red.


Stats:
ATK: 3
DEF: 4
SPD: 1
TEC: 2


Level: 6
Starting OM: 25,000


Starting Proficiencies: (4600)
Physical Strength (1000 OM)
Ranged Proficiency (1000 OM)
Area Attack Proficiency (600 OM)
Area Defense Proficiency (400 OM)
Remote Control Proficiency (600 OM)
Ranged Materialize Proficiency (600 OM)



Starting Powers:

Telekinesis (400 OM)


Starting Moves:


Gravity Wave (Ranged Proficiency, Area Attack Proficiency, Telekinesis) - 600 OM

Kassicus has engineered his armor to be able to withstand armies. His ability to control the battlefield has made him a terrifying adversary, and his manipulation of gravity is no exception. Slaves to the will of gravity, Kassicus’ enemies are lifted from the ground and tossed about at the Imperator’s discretion or pressed to the earth without mercy. This move drains his armor incredibly, and lasts as long as he can focus and sustain the attack. Overuse of this attack can result in permanent damage to his Gravity Wells, preventing him from using any other moves that require it to function.


Will of the Prefects (Physical Strength, Telekinesis) - 600 OM

The High Imperator is not one to be resisted. Kassicus subdues a nearby target with a series of physical strikes assisted by the gravity of the planet itself which his armor piggybacks temporarily. Each attack is powerful, assisted as it is by a force of nature, but are also slow and broadcasted. If they make contact, however, they can easily decimate a target’s defenses. Once his target is suitably stunned, The High Imperator manipulates gravity to crush his enemy. Gravity drags the target downwards, tearing at its limbs and pressing on its lungs. This portion of the attack requires a great amount of concentration on Kassicus’ part and will last as long as he has the strength to hold it. This manipulation of gravity massively drains his armor and body, leaving him radically fatigued if it is abused.


Solar Eruption (Ranged Proficiency, Area Attack Proficiency) - 600 OM

Kassicus’s armor, similar to the Centurion Apparatus he designed, is powered by a shard of a star. He is thus fully capable of tapping into its almost limitless energy. Solar Eruption launches a massive torrent of energy from his palms in the form of a wide and decimating beam. The blast of energy burns outwards after 3 seconds of charging and requires both of Kassicus’ hands. The torrent itself is about 8 feet in diameter and its range extends until it strikes an especially hard or durable surface. Given its wild nature, Solar Eruption spreads on impact with a suitably durable surface like a spreading flame. The solar energy dissipates quickly if not being sustained by Kassicus, which takes a decent toll from his armor.


As a secondary and more time-sensitive alternative, the Imperator can release weaker bursts of energy from a single palm as much smaller beams. Although noticeably weaker, the charge time is reduced to two seconds and is easier to control. As they are not as powerful, these weaker bursts take less energy to project. The longer any beam is sustained, the more his armor risks overheating and damaging the capacitors that allow the solar energy to flow. If his heat sinks are damaged, Kassicus’ energy projection will be rendered inert until it can be repaired.


Imperator’s Immolation (Area Attack Proficiency) 600 OM

As an homage to the power and presence of his family, the last of the House of Imperator lords over his enemies with constant and relentless assaults. However, even if he is overwhelmed or surrounded, Kassicus has a contingency. Channeling his armor’s reserves for about 4 seconds, Kassicus can release a decimating surge of energy from within his armor, immolating the immediate area with solar flame and ionic electricity. This attack lingers for a few seconds, his surroundings burning and crackling with energy. This zone does slight damage over time for the small amount of time it lasts. Imperator’s Immolation is one of Kassicus’ most draining attacks. He risks overheating his armor whenever he uses it, and can almost never use it more than once in a single encounter unless he is willing to sacrifice his suit.


Scorched Earth (Area Attack Proficiency, Ranged Materialize Proficiency, Remote Control Proficiency) 300 OM

In a demonstration of his imposing will and lack of mercy, Kassicus can chase down his enemies at range with a burning patch of solar flame along the floor. The field is about 8 feet in diameter and only damages those who stand within the ring. It adapts to the terrain to cover most any surface, horizontally or vertically. The blazing energy can be moved, albeit slowly, and requires Kassicus' concentration. Projecting this field requires 3 seconds of channeling and focus and is indicated by an intensifying glow where the field is to be projected. Kassicus must concentrate to maintain the field. The damage is not severe as this move serves more to prevent escape or drive enemies out of cover than any more direct purposes in combat. Its energy drain is low.


Why does this character have to be a prime?

Kassicus is not only a pivotal character in Centurion’s story, but an extremely powerful villain. That and his role as a primary antagonist in future Avengers threads leads me to make him a Prime. Omniphysics is the only thing standing between him and total domination.


What role do they play in your story?

Kassicus is an extremely important part of the Avengers’ current and future storylines, serving as a main antagonist.


Are they an A, B, or C-Lister?

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Sorry that it has taken me this long, Centurion, I have been a bit out of it. This looks well thought out and I just have a few comments/questions.

HISTORY
What has Kassicus been doing in the OV to have earned him those 6 levels?

MOVES
Gravity Wave
I'd like to see a number or two. Specifically how big is this range, and how long can his hold it? If it is concentration, does this mean he can't use any other attacks? Can he take damage?
After some consideration, this will need Debuff.
Note: This is a very powerful attack, but depending on the answers to these questions this could be a simple move, or a Super Attack.

Will of the Prefacts
Why is this 600? =P
You have a single line here "Once his target is suitably stunned, The High Imperator manipulates gravity to crush his enemy." If you are stunning them it needs debuff, but because its a part of the move and not an optional effect, you don't need another 300 to this. Unless I am reading this incorrectly.
Note: Optionally, maybe Super Attack? =P

Solar Eruption
Charging...
I'll accept this, but I am going to give you the chance to change it if you'd like. There's nothing wrong, exactly - unless another mod says otherwise - with the different charges. While time is precious, consider this; If I am charging up for this kind of attack, and I only have to charge a second longer for the most powerful attack, why wouldn't I?
This could easily be explained if you included how many shots of the reduced attack gets before re-charging. As it reads he only gets one for one.

Imperator's Immoloation
Does the damage effects only last as long as you are in the field?

Scorched Earth
Can he be attacked while using this move? As it reads it would cut off his concentration, and thus terminate the attack.


Notes
The Debuff is just an extra thousand, btw, and in the scheme of things, we will not object you from going over just a bit of the 25,000.
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