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Random My Hero Academia Character

   
Preparing to throw my hat in the ring, dood.


Name : Ghislaine Boehme
Appearance : Medium brown skin with long, wavy brown hair, normal sized dark brown eyes, is short, with average weight and build.
Quirk : Teeth Manipulation is exactly like it sounds. (Honest to the Powers And Principalities, this is the first rules-complaint random power! HOW DID I RIP OFF OF MOONFISH!?)
Character Traits : anxious, decisive, foolish (HOW?!)
Other Traits:
She would kickstart this.
Ghislaine likes to remind her former bullies that they took of more than they could chew.
Despite being from Germany, she somehow gets confused with Homeschool Kids!
Amusingly, considering her anxieties, Ghislaine is Mom Friend material.
It is not Ironic that Ghislaine can't accept that she is a lesbian?

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Originally Posted by Joshua B View Post
Preparing to throw my hat in the ring, dood.


Name : Ghislaine Boehme
Appearance : Medium brown skin with long, wavy brown hair, normal sized dark brown eyes, is short, with average weight and build.
Quirk : Teeth Manipulation is exactly like it sounds. (Honest to the Powers And Principalities, this is the first rules-complaint random power! HOW DID I RIP OFF OF MOONFISH!?)
Character Traits : anxious, decisive, foolish (HOW?!)
Other Traits:
She would kickstart this.
Ghislaine likes to remind her former bullies that they took of more than they could chew.
Despite being from Germany, she somehow gets confused with Homeschool Kids!
Amusingly, considering her anxieties, Ghislaine is Mom Friend material.
It is not Ironic that Ghislaine can't accept that she is a lesbian?
So... so many things in this character. I don't know where to begin.

A second go-round!

Random Characterness!Name: Sybille Antonis
Appearance
  • Skin: Dark Brown
  • Hair: Mid-length, straight, graying dark brown
  • Eyes: Dark brown, average-sized
  • Height: Very short
  • Weight: Average weight
  • Build: Somewhat broad
Quirk: Dissolution
Personality Traits: Timid; Anxious; Dependable
Miscellaneous Traits
  • Genius Bonus. A joke or tidbit meant for people knowledgeable in a certain field. The rest of the audience doesn't get it, but it's usually subtle enough for them not to care. This is the non-age-related counterpart to Parental Bonus.
  • Just For The Heli Of It. Sure, helicopters are their own special brand of Cool Plane, but sometimes taking one to get somewhere seems a bit much. Using helicopters when there are perfectly good roads available? Expending emergency resources on a non-emergency, or something less than urgent? Demonstrating you have more wealth and importance than someone in a mere limousine? Sheer publicity value? For some people, the use of the helicopter is preferable or even quite reasonable, for others, not so much.

    When this trope is operating, expect someone in-universe to question, criticize or ridicule the use of the chopper. This person may be unaware of all the reasoning behind the choice to use the chopper, or they may simply find it unconvincing, if not outright ridiculous. In either case, they will draw attention to what they consider the absurdity of the thing.
  • Team-Up Series. This is (usually but not always) an ongoing (as opposed to a Mini Series) Comic Book series built around the concept of two (sometimes more but usually just two) heroes teaming up - it usually has one main star which others team up with, but not always. Series where the main characters pretty much only team up with each other, like Superman/Batman and World's Finest (also a Superman/Batman team up) don't count. Also not for regularly teaming groups like The Avengers, Justice League, etc.
  • All There In The Manual. Information not mentioned within a specific work, but only found in supplemental material or in other works within the franchise. The significance of the info varies; it can be anything from little backstory details that clarify minor points, to information that is critical to understanding the plot.
  • Wipe That Smile Off Your Face. A character's mouth is removed by some means. Only the mouth. Any further and they would become The Blank. As the old saying goes: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

    The most common gesture accompanying this is to close an imaginary zipper in the air, maybe even accompanied with a zipper sound, and the mouth of the victim close up and stay shut. There are other variants, of course, most quite horrifying.


I see this chick as being afraid of her disintegration powers...but not being afraid to use them when necessary. Not sure how All There In The Manual fits in, but it's anime, so it should work somehow!

Random My Hero Academia Character : All American Villain Edition, Dood!


Darell Haynes, a.k.a Ghost, has tanned skin, graying auburn brown, big ole brown eyes, a pint sized, somewhat muscular, average build (for a little dood).

Mr Haynes eponymous Quirk, Ghost, allows him to use "dummy" bodies to avoid dying to heroes and travel as needed.

All the same, he is in fact, dependable, kindly and secretly timid, and has Old-fashioned views on family, is not above using "leverage" to his advantage, hides in plains sight with a different accent and posture, has an eternal five o'clock shadow, and is continually dragged around by his wife.

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Originally Posted by Popestar View Post
A second go-round!

Random Characterness!Name: Sybille Antonis
Appearance
  • Skin: Dark Brown
  • Hair: Mid-length, straight, graying dark brown
  • Eyes: Dark brown, average-sized
  • Height: Very short
  • Weight: Average weight
  • Build: Somewhat broad
Quirk: Dissolution
Personality Traits: Timid; Anxious; Dependable
Miscellaneous Traits
  • Genius Bonus. A joke or tidbit meant for people knowledgeable in a certain field. The rest of the audience doesn't get it, but it's usually subtle enough for them not to care. This is the non-age-related counterpart to Parental Bonus.
  • Just For The Heli Of It. Sure, helicopters are their own special brand of Cool Plane, but sometimes taking one to get somewhere seems a bit much. Using helicopters when there are perfectly good roads available? Expending emergency resources on a non-emergency, or something less than urgent? Demonstrating you have more wealth and importance than someone in a mere limousine? Sheer publicity value? For some people, the use of the helicopter is preferable or even quite reasonable, for others, not so much.

    When this trope is operating, expect someone in-universe to question, criticize or ridicule the use of the chopper. This person may be unaware of all the reasoning behind the choice to use the chopper, or they may simply find it unconvincing, if not outright ridiculous. In either case, they will draw attention to what they consider the absurdity of the thing.
  • Team-Up Series. This is (usually but not always) an ongoing (as opposed to a Mini Series) Comic Book series built around the concept of two (sometimes more but usually just two) heroes teaming up - it usually has one main star which others team up with, but not always. Series where the main characters pretty much only team up with each other, like Superman/Batman and World's Finest (also a Superman/Batman team up) don't count. Also not for regularly teaming groups like The Avengers, Justice League, etc.
  • All There In The Manual. Information not mentioned within a specific work, but only found in supplemental material or in other works within the franchise. The significance of the info varies; it can be anything from little backstory details that clarify minor points, to information that is critical to understanding the plot.
  • Wipe That Smile Off Your Face. A character's mouth is removed by some means. Only the mouth. Any further and they would become The Blank. As the old saying goes: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

    The most common gesture accompanying this is to close an imaginary zipper in the air, maybe even accompanied with a zipper sound, and the mouth of the victim close up and stay shut. There are other variants, of course, most quite horrifying.


I see this chick as being afraid of her disintegration powers...but not being afraid to use them when necessary. Not sure how All There In The Manual fits in, but it's anime, so it should work somehow!
She would be absolutely terrifying... but on accident. Maybe Tomura Shigaraki's sister or cousin or something? Similar powers and the face thing.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Joshua B View Post
Random My Hero Academia Character : All American Villain Edition, Dood!


Darell Haynes, a.k.a Ghost, has tanned skin, graying auburn brown, big ole brown eyes, a pint sized, somewhat muscular, average build (for a little dood).

Mr Haynes eponymous Quirk, Ghost, allows him to use "dummy" bodies to avoid dying to heroes and travel as needed.

All the same, he is in fact, dependable, kindly and secretly timid, and has Old-fashioned views on family, is not above using "leverage" to his advantage, hides in plains sight with a different accent and posture, has an eternal five o'clock shadow, and is continually dragged around by his wife.
Deadman!!!







 

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