((Hello, everyone. :D This is a super-powered human roleplay set in a non-descript city (so far). In this world, almost everyone has a superpower of some sort (though it isn't necessarily useful). This makes the world a very different place. What effect would this have on the economy and other aspects of life? This is a jump-in roleplay, and everyone is welcome. There are a couple of rules. There is a maximum of 2 characters allowed (at least for now). Mind-control is not a power that is allowed. Try not to be too overpowered - any really powerful things should have weaknesses associated with them. Other than that, have at it!)) Camilla casually leaned against the wall, brushing a runaway strand of black hair away. She was supposed to look professional, but glorified guard duty was hard to stay interested in. Her uniform was wrinkle-free, and her shoes were polished. She was stationed today in the town square - a nice little area of park space in the middle of downtown. It was surrounded by commercial buildings like banks, restaurants, and night clubs. The local bookstore was nearby, and the green area was a popular place to hang out. It was also a popular place for trouble, hence the police presence. However, despite the glorious sunny weather, nothing shady seemed to be going on. Nothing at all seemed to be going on, in fact. It was almost too quiet. Cole stepped out of the bookstore with a new book. He was forced to jump out of the way when a group of kids with flying powers zoomed past him on the sidewalk. "Hey, watch where you are flying!" Camilla shouted at them. Of course they didn't listen. Delinquents. She sighed. A thin wisp of brown gas escaped as she did so. If they came around again, she could catch them, give them a warning. Her skin was slightly discolored towards her hands, especially at her fingertips, and her whole body seemed to have a slightly green tint which looked only more exaggerated next to the blue of the police uniform. Cole sat in the grass, book spread out on his lap. He looked about 20. He should be in college, but he wasn't. Living in a city full of superheroes was always an interesting experience. If only he had them, too. It was rare, but some people were just not born with them, or they never manifested for some reason. Cole was one of those people. He did have one abnormality: snow-white hair. But surely that couldn't be due to a superpower. He had already experimented with ice and all of the other things white hair might be associated with, but no. It just seemed to be a mutation. He began reading.