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- Posting Speed
- 1-3 posts per week
- One post per week
- Online Availability
- Varies incredibly
- Writing Levels
- Preferred Character Gender
- Primarily Prefer Male
- Modern/realistic. Low fantasy. Low Scifi. Supernatural. Future Dystopia (not post-apoc).
In a world full of people with superpowers - Powers, as they are called - it was only natural for the world to acclimate. Vigilantism is begrudgingly accepted and Powers get publicity agents to help them navigate working effectively with the police departments while promoting their brand. There's TV shows, comics, movies, and action figures dedicated to real people who actually fight crime... But for every Power who decides to become a hero, there's a villain... and for every Power there's an outcast... Not everyone is worthy of notoriety and media attention, yet the fact that they have powers still remains.
For this, the Powers Division of the police department was created. It collects and organizes data on all Powers - who are required to register their abilities and secret identities - as well as investigates all crime related to powered people. Since Powers are so used to operating outside the law, however, the relationship between the Powers Division and the Powers is less than stellar.
Blake Hampton, also known as White, was a power who never got his five minutes of fame. Two years ago he lost his powers in a fight gone wrong. And last year he decided to join the Powers Division to still do some good. His bitterness has gotten the best of him, but he's given leeway as he is technically the first powered person to become a detective.
Toni Reid, also known as Wildfire, is the first currently powered person to join Powers Division. Having received unprecedented fame for saving the president at 16, she is useful in improving relations between the department and other Powers. She has been paired with Hampton in hope improve them both, and the department, for the better.
Will Reid be a capable officer of the law or will the extra attention that follows her be the Powers Division's downfall? Will she be a positive influence on the bitter Hampton or will his view taint hers? Will Powers and non-powered law enforcement ever be able to cooperate effectively?