The Ash Raichu a écrit :Spoiler : A man, eh? :Name: Amane Nishiki
From: BlazBlue. An anime fighter even more confusing than Under Night. Basically, a long time ago (relative to there was this giant creature called the Black Beast and it was going to destroy everything. Then a group called the Six Heroes fought it and killed it, but it bled out everywhere and now there’s poison all over the place, so people have to live on mountains now. And also there’s a bunch of timey-wimey BS, and also vampires and werewolves and all sorts of other stuff that doesn’t seem to want to mesh together very well, and I have no idea how that Black Beast incident ties in to anything that’s going on by the fourth game.
Sleuth knows what Blazblue is just read the wiki.
Description: Big image is big.
Amane is an androgynous man standing at 5’11” tall, and whose age isn’t exactly clear, but he’s a lot older than he looks. He’s a travelling performer, and leader of the Nishiki Dance Troupe. He adopts handsome boys and young men into his ever-growing troupe, most of which being orphans of war having no place left to go. Amane’s quite eccentric and flamboyant, with a friendly attitude. He considers a good dance performance and a good fight to be one and the same, but usually doesn’t throw the first punch despite that. Also has a bit of a bad habit of making careless mistakes and taking an extremely long time to realize it.
Amane’s fighting style revolves mostly around expanding and manipulating the fabric in his outfit. He’s been shown to configure his fabric into the shapes of giant fists, grappling hooks, and most commonly, drills, though in theory, more are possible. The more he uses drill-type attacks, the more powerful they become. However, using them too much can overwork him, meaning he can’t use drills for a short period of time. His drills also slowly get weaker when he’s not using them.
shadowjoe323 a écrit :Spoiler : I have less self control than I thought :Before the app, to respond to Sleuth's SPECIAL OOC ANNOUNCEMENT, no problem Sleuth! Glad I can help with this crazy crazy universe you've created.
From: Midgard, the world of the Drakengard games. I'll be playing him from some point after Ending A of the first game, but he'll remember all the other endings' timelines because why not.
Caim's a sadistic former prince. His parents died, his kingdom fell, and his sister's the goddess now and is always in danger and busy, so he got pretty pissed about that. He says he fights to protect his sister and avenge his parents, but he just really likes killing things and fighting.
When fending off the Empire from the Goddess' castle, Caim was mortally wounded. He found a wounded dragon in the castle and made a pact with it, allowing them both to survive, but at the cost of Caim's ability to speak. He did a lot of fighting to save her and there was a lot of Drakengard plot stuff that I won't spoil, but after the end the world's all screwed up and kinda destroyed mostly, and the dragon he made a pact with is sealed so he can't break the pact and she can't come help him in wacky crazy time land.
Other: So Caim's mute. This is good because I can't mess up characterization like I would for characters who talk probably gonna cause some issues but I dunno I'll handle it. He can just kill dudes and ignore everyone who talks to him that'd be cool. And surprisingly in character. Also this means he has a cool pact mark on his tongue. He'll probably just flash it at someone when they ask why he can't talk.
He fights with his sword, so hopefully he'll have that or else he'd basically just be a sadistic murderer without a weapon, and that's no fun.
Since he has memories of all the endings and timelines it'll probably be easier for him to not be freaked out by time travel and stuff since he knows about alternate universes somehow. Of course this probably won't be shown much since he can't talk.
gotMLK7 a écrit :Spoiler : running gag obligation :username: gotEMOJI MOVIE COMING JULY 28TH
car type: the wrecked corpse of doc hudson
persona: Star Platinum
backstory: Why the hell did they kill off Doc Hudson off-screen between movies no Pixar character deserves their death scene to be a quick mention in Cars 2 dammit
emotion: not enough
powers: being the not worst thing about cars 2 but the only thing i remember from it
gas mileage: none, he's dead jimSpoiler : Somehow this is the serious one :Name: Ken Izumi, aka "Chargeman Ken"
From: Chargeman Ken!, the 1974 anime by ICHI Productions (formerly Knack Productions), now available for streaming on Crunchyroll. Timeline is 207X in a futuristic environment, rife with hovercars, lasers, and some very...SPECIAL fashion decisions.
Description: Artist's renditions:
Ken Izumi is a boy in elementary school, around 10-13 years old. He has a younger sister named Caron, a father named Hiroshi, a mother named Saori, and a pet/friend/sidekick/nuisance/???? robot named Barican. However, when shapeshifting aliens called Juralians try to attack Earth, it's up to him to defeat them! When he shouts "Charging, GO!", Ken Izumi becomes Chargeman Ken, a hero with a helmet and equally silly yellow jumpsuit to the one he wears casually! Using the tech he has in this form, Ken defeats the scheming Juralians to stop them from taking destroying humanity!
Ken's methods are uh...a thing? Generally he just fights the Juralians using his ray gun, known as the Alpha Gun, or uses his space ship the Sky Rod. But he also has a habit of blindly walking into any Juralian trap no matter how obvious. And he also has a...less than kind way of going about things? When he's not rolling and shooting (whether on the ground or midair), he might be suckerpunching aliens down 50 ft drops ("a fair fight"), instantly vaporizing opponents with the Alpha Gun, lying to cover up when he kills a Juralian disguised as a human, mocking and mimicking the mentally ill to gain access to Juralian secrets hidden in an asylum, basically killing every Juralian he faces regardless of circumstances, falling for any girl that says hi to him, entirely forgetting friends, skipping school, and, of course, using innocent victims who've been turned into bombs as a living weapon to destroy Juralian ships. I mean, he's fighting evil, and he apologized and mourned for him, so it's like, totally okay.
If it isn't clear, Ken MIGHT not be entirely all that great a hero? Everyone certainly treats him like one, and his family certainly has no issue with his brutality (and at times even partakes in it), but there's something just a little...monstrous about him? A few sociopathic tendencies here and there, a seeming lack of empathy for enemies (and barely that much for friends, given how quick he is to get over a loss), a few screws loose, and just generally being a bit of an ass, Chargeman Ken, for as heroic as he claims to be, might not be the first friend you want to make. Though you CERTAINLY don't want to be his enemy, either.
Ken's transformation to Chargeman Ken is voice-activated and probably light-powered, meaning he needs to be able to speak and have some access to light to transform. His suit grants him a general boost to acrobatics (at least, it seems that way, given he's rolling midair in the suit but is mediocre at football outside it), has a protective visor, and has jets in the boots. It also comes with the Alpha Gun, Ken's ray gun that can one-shot Juralians (who are impervious to regular bullets) but may not be quite as potent on a stronger opponent. The Bidium belt around his waist can have its green buckle spun to create a strong typhoon capable of confusing or blowing away enemies. Plus, he owns a vehicle known as the Sky Rod, a UFO-like ship with a big stupid-looking hoop on top that can fly through the sky, through space, or even underwater.
Other: If it isn't clear, Chargeman Ken! is notorious for being among the worst anime ever, with a terrible budget and animation even for 1974 standards and a lot of questionable choices on plot, including 5 minute episodes and a protagonist who does bizarrely terrible things, to the point he's almost an accidental anti-hero. The show became a meme on Nico Nico after a DVD was released in 2007 (somehow) and, as of this writing, was recently added to Crunchyroll's online streaming catalogue. Consider this app one part advertising a ridiculously hilarious and bad anime with a new legal source (with hilarious episode descriptions), one part me seeing if I can make one of anime's worst protagonists an amusing character, one part me testing the waters before trying something a bit more serious in the RP with an older character, and one part me just finding this stupid show way too funny to pass this opportunity up.
VGBM a écrit :Spoiler : theres an app for that :username: None
car type: Koopa clown car
persona: Princess Peach
backstory: First appeared in Super Mario World.
emotion: Happy, or sad, or angry, depending on remaining hp.
powers: Giant steel balls
gas mileage: It has a propeller.Spoiler : Prepare to hate me, Joe :Name: Bowser Koopa
From: The Super Mario franchase - A magical realm that can be accessed via a New York City pipeline, 1985.
Bowser is the king of the Koopa Kingdom. Though a lumbering brute, and not too bright, he is a magnificent tyrant and longstanding rival to the neighboring Mushroom Kingdom and their hero, Super Mario.
If you ask him, he's the biggest, baddest, toughest, and meanest guy around, but his past actions tell a much more… confusing story. Sometimes, he's out to conquer whole galaxies, others he's just trying to "destroy" his opponents at tennis or go-karting, and several times he and Mario have even worked together to take down a common enemy. Wherever his allegiance falls, though, you can guarantee he'll continue to at least act like the big, strong, baddie he thinks he is.
Other: That's right, I did it! Mwahahahahahahaaa!
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