Unless you have an ice cream machine in your pocket very few people are easily going to beat Ezra :P
@valentina_abreu: Do you know what Herald level means? I think I recall Mr. Surreal saying his character is around that level but you'd have to ask him to be sure. If you don't know what Herald level means then the best comparison I can give you is think Dr. Strange in the comics if you know anything about him and that's Mr. Surreal (please correct me if I am wrong if your reading this, Mr. Surreal)
Brenna Luther is magical so she'd be a potentially good opponent to face as well for Samara. ~_^
@oraculi: Sounds good. Just let me know when is a good time and we can get the ball rolling. ^_^
@paragonxxx: That's higher than I was expecting, I guess. Herald is Silver Surfer level, right? I don't want Sam to have massive firepower, just incredible versatility (i.e. shit-ton of spells). The witchcraft section in her bio kinda talks about this.
I'll give her a look.
@oraculi: *splashes you with water*
Someone fight me!
Don't feel like killing anyone but want to experiment with his fighting style. Currently Lucias mostly just walks around with pretty average weaponry, a knife, maybe a gun from a killer he killed if he can get away with it. He's got some pretty good combat experience and is physically fit. Aside from that the only thing going for him is that he's functionally unkillible (he can be injured and knocked, comparatively, to the point of unconsciousness, but cannot permanently die), and that he can set himself on fire (this is very painful)
I'd be up for something! Whether with one of my characters on this account (Lucias Carpenter or Michael Prince) Or my alt @amicus_pacis.
Lucias Carpenter: Immortal man, long story short: Framed then burned to death by a king. Rose from the ashes and returned the favor. He basically ended up as a ghost rider wolverine. He's functionally unkillible and has been for over a thousand years. While he may be lacking in offense department compared to some, (though his fire does burn through anything, and can't be put out except by him, it still only travels relatively normal for fire so he has to get close enough to his target). He basically just hunts down those he deems guilty of death, so usually people who have killed and probably will kill again. Or do something else merciless.
Michael Prince is just a human from another dimension. Basically, super science. Teleportation devices, high tech armor (not quite Tony Stark level at the moment but still pretty good), good vehicles that he can bring in and out of what is essentially a tube. High intellect and knowledge and fairly skilled. He's not liable to fight randomly though and would try words first, and compared to Lucias is much more easily killed.
Amicus_Pacis's character: Salvio Spini, aka Rush, has a type of considerable regenerative healing, can phase through pretty much anything, to the point he can phase through time (at the moment it only seems to pause time, and he has limited intelligence/awareness while doing this), heightened reflexes/speed, very good coordination, but still very childish. Imagine if the flash could only run so fast when phasing, but he could phase through whatever was in his way, magic, matter, energy. On the downside this means his offensive capabilities for high attack rely on him reaching such a high speed, then coming *out* of phasing so that he turns himself into a projectile. This would inevitably hurt a *lot* if he goes too fast, but because of his healing he almost always gets back to normal.
Wow! Those are some pretty interesting characters, especially that Michael Prince one. (Because I love sci-fi!!). I'm actually open to do battle with the Lucia Carpenter. He seems like the kind who'd be a catalyst for something important in this character's story!!
Awesome! Had any particular ideas in mind? For Lucias we mainly would just have to find a reason if he was the one who started the fight, he does research so he doesn't just hunt randomly. But he will hunt people if he legitimately thinks they deserve it. Or it could occur as a side effect of something else going on at the time?
I'm trying to avoid a fight-and-become-friends-afterwards type of thing. Being the Son of The Fire Giant, Surtur. This character has murderous intent at times, like flashes, some perhaps one of these episodes go out of hand and results in the death of innocent people. And Ryan, not being in his right mind afterwards, forgets about the incident, only remembering an sliver of it.
Ah, so what might happen then may be is that Lucias hears about one of the incidents maybe? Maybe even finds some evidence of who it might be. Then starts to try and run him down, finds another incident, and that's enough for him to be sure that he's tracking the right person, and that he is killing innocent people. Maybe finally catches up to him, and attacks clarifying as he does so that it's for the innocent lives Ryan has taken. And we can go from there.
Figure how powerful you're character is and Lucias's (relatively) lower attack value comparatively, it'd make sense if he fails to take him down the first time or two. And kind of ends up not with the friendship idea, but maybe with the problem of that Ryan isn't necessarily culpable for his actions. So killing him wouldn't necessarily bring justice. So he could leave but with a warning that if he doesn't get it under control, he'd come after him again, but might not stop? Unless there's another route you want to take this.
Don't know if you think that sounds right or not?
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