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I'm just curious as to which of the Heroes and Villains on this site have reputations, either public or on the street? I was thinking of having Grim seek out Nightrival for mentoring, and then wondered if she'd even heard of him.

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I'm just curious as to which of the Heroes and Villains on this site have reputations, either public or on the street? I was thinking of having Grim seek out Nightrival for mentoring, and then wondered if she'd even heard of him.

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I'm just curious as to which of the Heroes and Villains on this site have reputations, either public or on the street? I was thinking of having Grim seek out Nightrival for mentoring, and then wondered if she'd even heard of him.

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This would likely be a case of what you could learn from Kn: Streetwise, or Gather Information. As it is off screen, you could Take 20, which makes it pretty likely Grim would have heard something about Nightrival and some of his activites.

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This would likely be a case of what you could learn from Kn: Streetwise, or Gather Information. As it is off screen, you could Take 20, which makes it pretty likely Grim would have heard something about Nightrival and some of his activites.

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This would likely be a case of what you could learn from Kn: Streetwise, or Gather Information. As it is off screen, you could Take 20, which makes it pretty likely Grim would have heard something about Nightrival and some of his activites.

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Velocity has been at the superhero thing for about two years (starting out with small things, like pulling people out of the path of cars or minor criminals and then up to actual supervillains), so she has something of a reputation and has some popularity with the general public. She is after all flashy, charismatic and attractive.

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Velocity has been at the superhero thing for about two years (starting out with small things, like pulling people out of the path of cars or minor criminals and then up to actual supervillains), so she has something of a reputation and has some popularity with the general public. She is after all flashy, charismatic and attractive.

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Velocity has been at the superhero thing for about two years (starting out with small things, like pulling people out of the path of cars or minor criminals and then up to actual supervillains), so she has something of a reputation and has some popularity with the general public. She is after all flashy, charismatic and attractive.

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Hub: Hub is not known to be a metahuman by anyone except Master Lee and Clyst. He has no reputation.

Heavy/Icarus: Heavy is known as a minor super-villain in his aims, though his power is greater than his stature in the super-villain community would suggest. He wears a battlesuit of a non-standard design, and his true appearance is not known to any heroes (except Grimalkin). He has operating since the mid-1970s, though his morals are more in tune with the modern era than the violence that the Moore Era was known for.

Until this January, the battlesuit resembled a gunmetal gray copy of Daedalus's suit, at least in appearance. Since then, it has undergone a redesign, making it sleeker and cobalt blue, as well as adding nonfunctional wings to the back. Heavy has also undergone some changes psychologically. He now calls himself Icarus, despite the warnings of some villains that it will bring Daedalus down on him.

Icarus' battlesuit can manipulate gravity in several ways, including weighting down things in the area around him, damaging people with a gravitic blast, and limited flight. It is also presumed to have some of the other functions of battlesuits, such as increased strength, lifting capability, protection from the elements, and protection against damage.

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