Hi! I'm new here, decided to finally delurk and try to get into things!
From Marvel Comics, most famously the Young Avengers series, most recently the Ultimates series. A superheroine with super strength, nigh invulnerability, flight, and the ability to open and close holes between worlds. I tend to headcanon that her superpower is actually "can ignore local laws of physics, within limits" that she usually uses for "ignore gravity" and "ignore momentum". (She can canonically punch black holes, destroying them. 'Super strength' doesn't begin to cover it)
Is officially Unique in the Multiverse. Generally taciturn. She's dedicated her life to heroics, usually on a grand scale.
[For anyone actually familiar with her, I'm currently ignoring her solo comic, since it's really OOC]
Frequently genderfluid. The sort to notice narrativium and then exploit that. Socially awkward and usually easily flustered, though the way they're socially awkward varies with world.
Leans towards nature magic and summoning magic when available. Very fond of things with unconventional applications
Originally a dnd-style paladin and the prospective crown prince of a nation that bases its succession on which member of the royal family is the most powerful cleric or paladin, who must complete an Epic Quest to claim his inheritance, with the complication of "is a tiefling". Opposed by his morally dubious half-sister, the other main contender for the throne. Generally Heroic
Lian's morally dubious older sister. Ranges from 'horrible at sistering' to 'supervillain'; terrible worlds are more likely to produce a villainous Em. Very good at convincing herself that she's doing the right thing
Generally attached to Tess, though can occur on her own. Typically female, demisexual, and close to Tess in some way. In original setting, she's a sylph wizard. Highly intellectual, she likes solving puzzles, likes learning languages, and is intensely interested in history. She uses air magic when available, and will generally gravitate towards inventions.
A paramedic (or local equivalent for alts). She's generally light-hearted, level headed, self-assured, and prone to teasing. Canon version is America Chavez's girlfriend.
Edward and Alphonse Elric
From Fullmetal Alchemist. Interested in them as of the 2003 anime, as of Brotherhood, or as alts. Both are geniuses, especially in math, science, and languages, and are heroic. Edward has a short temper, is highly dramatic, and is protective of his younger brother Al. Al is gentler but also fairly stubborn. If multiple magic systems are available, they'll be using the one that's most math-heavy.
Lian's DnD-style world. Everyone is fully aware that the world runs on chance, with a side helping of narrativium (usually referred to as someone having dice weighted in favor of interesting outcomes). People usually refer to dice instead of fate, and it's entirely possible to achieve mid-high power levels by being good at statistics. Unlike standard DnD, there're no Always Evil or Always Good races - everyone defaults to somewhere on the neutral axis, with the law-chaos axis representing a species' general style of society-building. (Demons, devils, angels, etc are the only exception, being essentially elemental embodiments of a certain alignment). There's a large section of the main continent overtaken by Blight, which is spread by the undead, who arise when people don't get correct burial rituals.
A world made up of islands of material existence floating in the formless void, connected by leylines that can be navigated mostly by ley-ships. There's a variety of approaches to magic, usually focused around altering your own body. The world is populated entirely by non-natives and their descendants - people will get lost, typically in a vaguely liminal space and time ("the deep woods," "the open sea during a storm," "a deserted truck stop at midnight", etc), and wander into this world. If anyone's ever found a way back, it isn't widely known.
World where Death's legions track down anyone committing crimes against Death - the undead, necromancers, and wanna-be immortals. Death considers all souls her property, and will strongly oppose any attempts at immortality (though can potentially be talked into a compromise). Magic system is loosely based on Norse myths. Death will offer boons to some of the recently departed if they join her ranks.
Worlds I Especially Want to Play With
Earth plus Superheros plus Daemons
Elemental logic 'verse
Elder Scrolls (Skyrim, Oblivion, Morrowind, etc)
Fallen London/ Sunless Sea
Fullmetal Alchemist (2003 anime, Brotherhood, or a mixture of both)
Marvel (including cinematic universe, some comics)
Assorted space operas
Though I'm interested in crossovers with just about any world; those are just ones I'd feel more confident in and can think of off the top of my head.
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