Overview Rules Hello! Are you a certified hero? If not, would you like to be? Well, if so, then Heroes Live is right for you! Heroes Live is a brand new game show dedicated to creating a team of trained heroes! We only accept certified heroes as it is illegal to use your powers without being certified, though if you aren’t we offer a CERTIFICATION system that much works faster than the DOH. If you would like to JOIN, just send a letter with some basic information to this address: 9074 Down REKD Ave, or you may submit your application at the site that has been listed below. You can find the full form here:WWW.HeroesLive.com. WWW.HeroesLive.com (Move your mouse to reveal the content) WWW.HeroesLive.com (open) WWW.HeroesLive.com (close) Date: 5/13/2099 Welcome to HeroesLive.com! I’m so glad you have decided to try out for the show; below you will find some basic information about the show, along with the required form. CONTESTANT form Name: Age: Must be 18+, 15+ with parents’ permission, and various legal forms including: Temporary custody, a full liability waiver, and a few others. Gender: CERTIFICATION: Are you certified? And if so what grade? Powers: If you don’t have any, you may leave this space blank. Skills: Equipment: Suit: Appearance: Codename: Preferred housing: For the duration of Heroes Live you will be living in a small mansion. There will be two sides of the house, on the left side there will be the girls, and on the right side will be the boys. Everyone will have their there will be two to a room, these rooms will be equipped with CAMERAS, though you may request a room without one, if you decide to do this please list the reason. Tell us about yourself: Just list the basic information; as we will be touching up on this on the first day of the show. Meet Your Host (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Meet Your Host (open) Meet Your Host (close) Name: Mark Julian Age: 34 Gender: Male CERTIFICATION: Yes, in fact I used to be an A list hero, until retiring because of family issues. Powers: Terrakinesis, I am able to control the earth. Skills: I am an experienced television host, After I RETIRED at the age of thirty I became a host. I was the host of ‘Survivor’ For two years, after that I was a judge on ‘American Idol’ I then hosted ‘The price is right’ And that brings me here. I am an experienced fighter, I hold a black belt in Judo. I am the holder of a red sash in kickboxing along with a silver mask in Kendo. Equipment: Just my charm and good looks. Suit: Well, A suit and tie of course. Appearance: Codename: Just call me Julian. Tell us about yourself: Well my name is Mark, but you may call me Julian. I grew up in a bad neighborhood, always being bullied; as a result I began taking Judo, becoming a kind of law-bringer. My mother took care of me as my father was killed in a car accident before I was born. She tried her best to raise me, which she did a very good job in, though she had extensive health problems, making work hard. So I got a job on my 12th birthday, behind my mom’s back of course, she would always find more money than she usually had at the end of the month, she never suspected a thing. I began selling crack in an alley, I was able to take down a common junkie if they decided they wanted more but they couldn’t pay for it. I was employed by a man by the name of Vick, he looked after me most of the time, if the police ever came around he always paid ‘em off, even if he had to take out money from his own pocket. Eventually I started dealing with bigger and bigger deals, now 16 years of age I ran a fifth of all of Vicks’ operations. This was when I started dealing with shipments to the cartel, it was also when I got my first piece, it was small, but shot a high caliber bullet, it was easy to hide but always scared off anyone who was unfortunate enough to see me draw it. I remember one day, I sent out a huge shipment, the biggest one I had ever done. This got enough money for my mom and I to move out of the slums, it also provided me with enough money to get a car. Three years later I arrived at home to screaming, I followed a trail of blood to my mom’s room, she was tied up, crying and screaming, surrounded by three men with guns and knives. I pulled out my gun and fired, killing one of the men, the other two men rushed me, shoving me to the ground, one picked me up and wrestled the gun out of my hand, while the other walked back to my mom, pointing his gun to her head. “No! No!” I screamed over and over all the while being held in a bear hug by the much larger man. The one by my mom began to unbuckle his belt, my eyes widened to the size of GOLF BALLS and the rage inside of me grew, and grew, and grew before the man fell to the floor, dead. He had been impaled, by a small knife like rock. The second man followed suit, he fell to the ground as well, I ran to my mom, quickly untying her and calling the police. I was arrested and held in a special jail for powered individuals until one day, I was approached by the warden, he asked me if I wanted a fresh start, of course I said yes. He asked me if I would be willing to participate in a new rehabilitation program. Fast forward ten years, now 29 and an A list hero. It was then when my mom passed away, on my thirtieth birthday in fact. I then retired, falling into a deep depression for months, before finally starting to host. Rules (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Rules (open) Rules (close) No destruction of property. No fighting, small scuffles are to be expected, though we don’t need any hospital visits. No use of alcohol or drugs, Tabacco is allowed. (No godmodding) (Listen to GM A.K.A Host) Hero Ranks (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Hero Ranks (open) Hero Ranks (close) A List: The best of the best, the most well-known heroes. These heroes surpass even the most famous of celebrities these heroes are a household name and are known by anybody and everybody around the world. B List: B List heroes are well known in their country, they are the third best of all of the heroes. Usually national celebrities. These heroes are usually responsible for whole REGIONS. C List: These heroes often make the news. They PROTECT small cities most of the time and are usually of decent power. D List: D List heroes are not very well known. They are usually the local heroes, only PROTECTING ONE or two towns at a time. E: E list heroes are the bottom of the bottom, not being known by anyone, these heroes are often just part time heroes or were just certified. X List: X List heroes surpass even the best of the best, though there are only three X list heroes, they are known and feared by even the most powerful of the villains, and are worshiped by even the A list heroes. X List heroes are known to travel the world taking down the baddest of the bad. And have recently begun exploring the furthest corners of space. Villains (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Villains (open) Villains (close) This is the CS form that you will need to use if you would like to play as a villain. Name: Age: Gender: Type: (See below) Threat LEVEL: (See below) Powers: If you don’t have any, you may leave this space blank. Skills: Equipment: Suit: Appearance: Codename: Villain Types (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Villain Types (open) Villain Types (close) Affably Evil: Villains who are genuinely nice and polite, sometimes even friendly, towards people, as long as they don't stand in their way. They generally bear little ill will to their enemies and respect them. Amoral: A villain that does not abide by the rules of "good" or "evil". A "neutral" villain. Anarchist: A villain who seeks to destroy order and INSTALL chaos. Big Bad: The most powerful and important villain of all in the story, for whom most or all of the other antagonists work. (This is reserved for Veloci, nobody else may use this) Bounty Hunter: A villain that captures/kills certain people to make a living. Bounty hunters are often hired by other villains. BUSINESS Villain: A villain who uses immoral or criminal methods to further their own BUSINESS. These can also be villains who own a business or are business moguls. Corrupt Official: Villains that are evil teachers, politicians, professors, or business men or in another position of authority. Enigmatic Villains: Enigmatic Villains are characters surrounded in mystery. They often appear out of nowhere or very suddenly. Their name, their true nature, or even their motives are unknown. Envious Villains: Villains who are driven or consumed with Envy. Evil Genius: Archetype of the highly intelligent villain who can concoct elaborate plans, and is often seen inventing many devices, but tend to be fairly sociopathic. Magnificent Bastard: A villain with strong charisma, who is brilliant, determined and often charming, and tends to gain respect from those around him. Megalomaniacs: Villains who are obsessed with power and are similiar to Dark Lords and Evil Rulers in that they seek to dominate everything, but are more concerned with power than actual conquest. Nihilist: A villain who believes that life has no purpose and no meaning, including their own. Omnicidal Maniac: A villain who is usually insane and who wishes to wipe out all life, be it on one world or an entire multiverse. Power Hungry: Villains whose main goal is getting obtaining power, whether it be by manipulation or sheer force. Social Darwinists: Villains who believe in "survival of the fittest" and often seek to create a society or world in which only the most ruthless of individuals would EXIST to father the next generation. Sociopaths: Villains who suffer from clinical sociopathy: they lack a moral sense of right or wrong, are unable to sympathize and feel no guilt over their actions. Thrill-Seekers: Villains who are addicted to danger or fast-paced action, often to the detriment of others; they may view danger as an addiction or simply are just criminally insane with no regard for personal safety (or those of others). Warmongers: Villains who cause wars out of belief or out of profit, as opposed to warlords who simply seek to invade some land. Threat Levels (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Threat Levels (open) Threat Levels (close) Threat LEVEL A: Otherwise known as non-threats, all civilians are in this class, along with common thugs and drug dealers. Threat level B: These are minor threats, robbers, attempted murderers, ETC ETC. Threat level C : These are the worst of the worst, for the police at least, heroes tend to take these and the previously mentioned solo, with ease. These are considered flies for most powered heroes, though they are high levels threats for the police. These include serial killers, rapists, cannibals, so on and so forth. Threat level 1: These are the minor villains, often considered as annoyances more than anything. These include druglords, mob bosses, ganglords, and weak powered villains. Threat level 2: These are intermediate threats, these are usually powered villains and BUSINESS men turned criminals, though the most common are people in political power turned evil. Threat level 3: Level three threats are considered super-villains, level three threats are considered city threats, meaning they are capable of completely leveling a city, If they aren’t stopped. Threat level 4: Level four threats include powerful powered or unpowered villains, warlords, and the others similar. These villains can wreak enough damage to destroy or otherwise defeat a large group of cities. Threat level 5: These villains can destroy a country or take it over and turn it into a Crapsack World. The path to Diabolical Mastermind tends to end here, but not always. These super-villains are considered extremely dangerous and should be captured on sight, though if he or she is threating a hero they are permited to kill them. Threat level Apocalypse: Villain poses significant threat to the world at large, up to and including World Domination and/or Earth-Shattering Kaboom. In worst case scenario, is an Homicidal Maniac. Usually via large army, colossal superpowers, or a Doomsday Device. Evil Overlord tends to describe them. An Ultimate Evil or a fictional Emperor is likely to be portrayed as a villain of at least this threat level. At this point, you should start CHECKING out Apocalypse How. Threat level Solar Lords: These forces able to credibly threaten more than one planet or SOLAR SYSTEM, but probably not able to dominate a galaxy. Galactic Conqueror starts here. These villains, along with any others that are a higher threat than them, should be killed on sight. Threat level Galactic Conqueror: These villains have the capability to destroy or control the best part of the galaxy. Galactic Conquerors are this threat level. Threat level Destroyer: These villains can conquer the UNIVERSE, or even cause The End of the World as We Know It - all of creation blinked out or ground beneath an iron boot. Dimension Lords are this threat level. Threat level Annihilation: Just to one up those small-timers above, these guys won't stop at a SINGLE universe; they'll cross time and space to either take control or just smash all of reality to pieces. See Multiversal Conqueror. Out of character rules :) 1.No using OOC information in game, meaning if someone were to say where their character was in a OOC post, your character wouldn't magically know where they were in game. 2.No excessive swearing. I expect some, but keep it limited. 3.No godmodding or powerposting. 4.Yes, romance is allowed. 5.Don't be afraid to ask questions! 6.Make sure you have good grammar. I don't mind the occasional typo, but if your writing is so bad that nobody can read it... Let's just say I'm not going to give you a warning.