This character I have is female with ancient Germanic roots. She can manipulate the strength/pull of the gravity of an area or a person (including herself, which allows her to fly). I can't think of a good codename for her that properly reflects her powers that isn't already taken by another superhero. Can someone help?5 AnswersComics & Animation3 months ago
What would be a good job to give to a female character that would make her the kind of enemies that would want to kill her family?
This character is a woman from Qatar who was only accepted into the military 9 years ago because she was superhuman. My plan is that she's starting a new job, but I don't know what kind of current or past profession that she would have that makes those kinds of enemies. Any ideas are welcome (I'm sure I'm gonna regret that later)7 AnswersBooks & Authors4 months ago
I'm writing a story and I can't decide on what codename to give to one of my vigilante characters. His real name is Lucifer Starr, and he was cast out of Olympus (cuz my story takes place with the Greek pantheon) and I kinda want him to have a codename that relates to his powers. He has dark, feathery wings, can control fire, shapeshift, and control dark magic to some degree.
However, I want this character to be almost like Daredevil or Batman in a way that he cleans up the streets but follows his own rules and is perfectly okay with beating the living hell out of a criminal to stop them. I have almost every aspect of this character finished, but I just can't figure out a good codename for people to call him by. I will take any ideas, but intimidating ones are preferable. Don't hesitate to let me know if you have any ideas! <36 AnswersBooks & Authors1 year ago
I'm writing a book online and I've already written two books prior to that (given they weren't published by real people, but it's an online platform and it's fun).
Anyway, does anyone know the word for a third book in a series? I have a couple ideas but I'm not entirely sure. Can anyone help me out?3 AnswersBooks & Authors1 year ago
I'm writing a story about Red Dead Redemption, and I don't have the game. I've gathered a lot of knowledge on the game but one thing I'm concerned about is whether or not I should address Boaz (Javier's horse) as a "He" or a "She". Can anyone help me clear this up?1 AnswerVideo & Online Games1 year ago
I'm writing a character in my book who specifically has audio-based powers. (i.e. sonic pulses, audio manipulation, etc.) And I want to know some possibilities for how he got those powers.
This character worked as a DJ at a nightclub, and an accident that blew up the speakers caused him to go deaf. His doctor (who's also an inventor) gave him headphones that temporarily cure his deafness.
So that's how he got his hearing back, but I have no idea how his powers should've come to him. Please help, all ideas are welcome!!!5 AnswersBooks & Authors1 year ago
I'm writing the backstories for some of my superpowered characters in my book, and I need ideas for how they got their powers. Any and all ideas are welcome. I want any and every thinkable idea for how they got the powers they have now. Thank you!4 AnswersBooks & Authors1 year ago
I'm writing a book/stories, so I need a unique term to call the people in my universe that have superpowers. I'm considering something along the lines of mutant, but I kinda want something different. Stuff like mutant, metahuman, enhanced, etc.3 AnswersBooks & Authors1 year ago
One of the characters in my book is the daughter of two Greek gods --- my own characters, which are representations of the sun and moon respectively. She hasn't tapped into her true power, so she isn't really as strong as a god. She's not half-god, half-something else, so what do I call her since she's not really a god?5 AnswersMythology & Folklore1 year ago
Does anyone know the name of the horses that Javier Escuella and Charles Smith ride in Red Dead Redemption II?
I'm writing a book and I wanna know if they have any specific names mentioned in the game, since I have no way of playing it. Does anyone know the names?2 AnswersBooks & Authors2 years ago
I'm writing a bunch of stories and I'm trying to find a good, cool-sounding universal word to call the magic-users of my stories. (Words like druid, mage, or warlock) Something universal that I can use for anyone, if you can think of any! All answers are appreciated!2 AnswersBooks & Authors2 years ago
Okay, you know how a vampire can't enter a building without permission? Well, what would happen if you gave a vampire your house key?5 AnswersMythology & Folklore2 years ago