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Current is sexualizing Pokemon a variation of bestiality?
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lol. lmao
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JOHN TABLE!
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hearing rumors that rebornfan is storming the US capitol, looking for whoever's responsible for everyone ghosting his RPs
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you got a fat ass and a bright future ahead of you. keep it up champ
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"I tried to convince him to carry on. I didn’t want to wear the cape. Didn’t feel like it fit me- especially me- of all people. But the world needs Superman."
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Metropolis | Delaware | United States

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Conner began his life in a test tube. He was created in a black site laboratory funded by the Department of Defense called Cadmus, whose goal was to create a loyal, easily-controlled clone of Superman. Conner was the only successful creation of the program before it was mothballed in 2010 following the formation of the Justice League. Making his appearance as the teen hero Superboy, Conner was quick to embroil himself in the superhero world. He joined a league-associated team of young heroes and began to foster a relationship with his namesake.

The next eight years allowed Conner to grow into his own person. He battled numerous rogues from Superman’s stomping grounds and some new enemies of his own, including the Doctor Westfield, former head of Cadmus that sought to reassert control over his creation. Conner began and ended several relationships, left and joined more than one super team, and was briefly tricked into helping Lex Luthor. Through it all Conner grew even closer to Superman, whom he would come to find was also the journalist Clark Kent, who’d come to be something of an older brother to him. Times were tumultuous, but they were good, too.

Then there was Despero. Conner wasn’t there for the attack on the Hall of Justice but he heard it was brutal. People died, including the love of Clark’s life. The Justice League collapsed. Superman retired. Everything that Conner thought of as permanent fixtures of his world were all gone in a single week. Devastated, angry and grieving, he sought Clark out and tried to convince the man to not give up- to fight his grief and refuse to let it consume him. Conner failed to convince the old man. Conner left the farm and wouldn’t return for nearly three years.

In that time the world was left without one of its mightest protectors. Try as he did to carry on as Superboy, Conner felt the absence of his mentor sharply- and so did everyone around him, he found. Hesitant to open old wounds but sure of the need, he flew back to Smallville. Conner offered his apologies, his condolences, and made a suggestion: into such a time as Clark was willing to return, Conner would wear the mantle of Superman. Clark saw the transfer of his legacy as more permanent than that, stubborn old man that he was. He handed Conner the keys to the Fortress of Solitude and bid him good luck in his efforts.

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I've talked at length about my love for Superboy before so my applying for Conner shouldn't come as a shock. Something I haven't done with him yet but have always wanted to is put him in the role of Superman. I find the idea of him taking up the mantle fascinating, if only because he's such a strange fit for the trunks. He isn't the same kind of man Clark is, and likely never will be: Conner has an edge to him, an uncertainty in himself, and a streak of anti-authoritarianism that I hope to explore in detail this run. Conner was the one-time property of the U.S government, after all, and now he's Superman- there will assuredly come a day when they want to repossess what is rightfully theirs.

His relationship with Clark and Jon will play an important role in this story. His feeling toward his old mentor have changed drastically since Clark's retirement. Conner's unabashed admiration for the man has dwindled, leaving him feeling disappointed, angry and even a bit betrayed for how things ended. Conner doesn't want to be Superman. He wants Clark to overcome the grief and self-doubt that's been holding him down and return to the mantle that truly belongs to him. Four years have passed and that hasn't happened yet, however, and Conner can only hold out hope for so long. He's uncomfortable stepping into the shoes of Superman, believing himself unworthy of the legacy, but the necessity of the duty drives him forward regardless.

One of Superman's loftier goals is the reestablishment of the Justice League. He feels its dissolution was a mistake even with the mounting political pressure behind it. Conner hopes to reach out to former members as well as his friends from other teams in the hopes of rebuilding it before another major attack, like Despero, can catch them off-guard.

@Supermaxx you just gave me a new idea.


oh boy
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S U P E R M A N

"I tried to convince him to carry on. I didn’t want to wear the cape. Didn’t feel like it fit me- especially me- of all people. But the world needs Superman."
C H A R A C T E R P O R T R A I T
C H A R A C T E R P O R T R A I T
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C H A R A C T E R S U M M A R Y
C H A R A C T E R S U M M A R Y
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Conner Kent
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Kryptonian Clone | Auto Mechanic
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Metropolis | Delaware | United States

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P O S T C A T A L O G
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Conner began his life in a test tube. He was created in a black site laboratory funded by the Department of Defense called Cadmus, whose goal was to create a loyal, easily-controlled clone of Superman. Conner was the only successful creation of the program before it was mothballed in 2010 following the formation of the Justice League. Making his appearance as the teen hero Superboy, Conner was quick to embroil himself in the superhero world. He joined a league-associated team of young heroes and began to foster a relationship with his namesake.

The next eight years allowed Conner to grow into his own person. He battled numerous rogues from Superman’s stomping grounds and some new enemies of his own, including the Doctor Westfield, former head of Cadmus that sought to reassert control over his creation. Conner began and ended several relationships, left and joined more than one super team, and was briefly tricked into helping Lex Luthor. Through it all Conner grew even closer to Superman, whom he would come to find was also the journalist Clark Kent, who’d come to be something of an older brother to him. Times were tumultuous, but they were good, too.

Then there was Despero. Conner wasn’t there for the attack on the Hall of Justice but he heard it was brutal. People died, including the love of Clark’s life. The Justice League collapsed. Superman retired. Everything that Conner thought of as permanent fixtures of his world were all gone in a single week. Devastated, angry and grieving, he sought Clark out and tried to convince the man to not give up- to fight his grief and refuse to let it consume him. Conner failed to convince the old man. Conner left the farm and wouldn’t return for nearly three years.

In that time the world was left without one of its mightest protectors. Try as he did to carry on as Superboy, Conner felt the absence of his mentor sharply- and so did everyone around him, he found. Hesitant to open old wounds but sure of the need, he flew back to Smallville. Conner offered his apologies, his condolences, and made a suggestion: into such a time as Clark was willing to return, Conner would wear the mantle of Superman. Clark saw the transfer of his legacy as more permanent than that, stubborn old man that he was. He handed Conner the keys to the Fortress of Solitude and bid him good luck in his efforts.

P L O T ( S ) & G O A L ( S )
P L O T ( S ) & G O A L ( S )
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I've talked at length about my love for Superboy before so my applying for Conner shouldn't come as a shock. Something I haven't done with him yet but have always wanted to is put him in the role of Superman. I find the idea of him taking up the mantle fascinating, if only because he's such a strange fit for the trunks. He isn't the same kind of man Clark is, and likely never will be: Conner has an edge to him, an uncertainty in himself, and a streak of anti-authoritarianism that I hope to explore in detail this run. Conner was the one-time property of the U.S government, after all, and now he's Superman- there will assuredly come a day when they want to repossess what is rightfully theirs.

His relationship with Clark and Jon will play an important role in this story. His feeling toward his old mentor have changed drastically since Clark's retirement. Conner's unabashed admiration for the man has dwindled, leaving him feeling disappointed, angry and even a bit betrayed for how things ended. Conner doesn't want to be Superman. He wants Clark to overcome the grief and self-doubt that's been holding him down and return to the mantle that truly belongs to him. Four years have passed and that hasn't happened yet, however, and Conner can only hold out hope for so long. He's uncomfortable stepping into the shoes of Superman, believing himself unworthy of the legacy, but the necessity of the duty drives him forward regardless.

One of Superman's loftier goals is the reestablishment of the Justice League. He feels its dissolution was a mistake even with the mounting political pressure behind it. Conner hopes to reach out to former members as well as his friends from other teams in the hopes of rebuilding it before another major attack, like Despero, can catch them off-guard.

@Supermaxx

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Our S-Shield wearing heroes might not be at odds then.


I am intrigued
Putting together a Kon-El as Superman sheet that I hope to have up either tonight or tomorrow depending on how busy I am. Leaving room for a number of other Super legacies like Jon, Kara and Steel. Still debating what I want to do with Kal but I probably won’t War World him like the current Superman run did. Though admittedly that run kicks so much ass so really who knows.
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Nah I'm trying to keep some things loose so that it keeps things open for people.

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*prepares backup concept*

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Just keep it Guild friendly. We all know what kind of Thunder your Thor makes, and it usually involves clapping cheeks.


Competing with the GM is going to be, uh, interesting.
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In DC, Thor was a puppet of Hitler. Fun fact.


That fact isn't very fun
HEY
Fuck it, gonna put interest forward for Big Blue. Have some ideas bouncing around in my head
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