Character Power Sources

  1. Biomechanical Source
  2. Mind Regulators
  3. Chemical Source
  4. Cybernetic Source
  5. Bot Source
  6. Extensive Bot Source
  7. Gizmo Source
  8. Bad Reaction Source
  9. Alien Source
  10. Bad Mother Source
  • Biomechanical source: the character has been modified genetically. Basically, the character is a kind of cyborg. He or she probably looks normal, but may not. The cybernetic parts, though, are actually part of the character’s physique. They may very well have been born with them (Archons and Archangels are born with theirs).
  • Mind Regulators: Biomechanical in nature, the character’s mind is regulated through various mechanisms giving him or her mental powers.
  • Chemical Source: The character gets power from serums, drugs, etc.. These are considered disreputable next to biomechanical manipulation. Why take a serum that makes you super human when you can change your genetics so as to be superhuman all the time?
  • Cybernetics Source: You are part robot. The extent of cybernetic upgrade may range wildly between individuals.
  • Bot Source: You are a robot. Your powers stem from your not being a human beings. Bots have independent thought, but they are not particularly human in their psychology.
  • Extensive Bots Source: You have bots under your control that do things for you. You, yourself, probably don’t have powers, but when you command a swarm of bots, what does that really matter?
  • Gizmo Source: You are some form of gadgeteer. Perhaps you have lots of varied bits of tech or perhaps you rely on one particularly powerful piece of equipment.
  • Bad Reaction Source: Your powers come as a side effect between some form of biotech and you. Maybe you’re an alien. Maybe you’re biotech is alien.
  • Alien Source: Some or all of your powers come from your being an alien.
  • Bad Mother Source: You don’t need special powers from this or that. You are a bad mother. All of your powers stem from that.

Character Power Sources

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