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#1 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

For the most part, his weaknesses are still the same as a vampire, except for the 'holy' relics which are replaced with similar items.Some kind of acid made to harm him. Also, I'm thinking of having Drax be a world without wood, and then making wood harmful to him in a similar manner as kryptonite is to Superman. And as for his ring, it acts similar to the rings worn by the main characters in Vampire Diaries.

And as for his brother, think of a superhero with all the powers of an old testament prophet.

#2 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

I've been working on a character that is meant to be a amalgamated character based off of Superman and Batman.

I was planning on making him an alien who gets turned into a vampire. But, I've changed my mind. Instead of making him an alien who turns into a vampire, I'm making him an alien who already is a vampire, or rather, a Draxan.

So what I would like, is to know all the strengths, weaknesses, powers and other attributes of a vampire.

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Drax is a planet very far from ours. They have their oen sun, however, the amount of light it gives off is equivalent to our man when it is full. Because of this, a Draxan's skin is paler than ours. Their planet also has a stronger gravitational pull than ours.

Draxans do not produce their own blood, and because of this their life span is much shorter than ours. To accomodate this tneir children are born intelligent, and are considered adults by the time they are teenagers. One day, their scientists discovered a fruit, a blood fruit, that they can eat and it will lengthen their life span, but they must do so with every meal.

Draxans are benevolent by nature, with the only war they know isbfrom invading aliens.

Dre'Ken was the son of their king and queen, but shortly before his birth, scientists discovered that their sun was starting to get hotter and they had to act quickly to save their species. It was decided that they would send their children to different planets in hope that they might find a planet that they can live on. The children were given a specialized ring that created an aura of protection when they put it on, that was to protect them from environmental harshnesses that they might encounter.

Dre'Ken was the first child to go, and he was sent to Earth.

As Dra'Ken grew he found that because of the difference between Earth's gravitational pull and his home world, he could do things that humans considered to be in defiance of gravity: i.e. fly, walk on walls and ceilings, etc. Plus, as with all Draxans his senses were almost five times sharper than humans. He also found that human and animal blood had the same sustainability as the blood fruit. Fortunately, he had a foster brother that could turn water into blood.

Draxans can also shape-shift, and their god is an entity named Drax and resembles a bat.

#3 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

I've been working on a character that is meant to be a amalgamated character based off of Superman and Batman.

I was planning on making him an alien who gets turned into a vampire. But, I've changed my mind. Instead of making him an alien who turns into a vampire, I'm making him an alien who already is a vampire, or rather, a Draxan.

So what I would like, is to know all the strengths, weaknesses, powers and other attributes of a vampire.

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Drax is a planet very far from ours. They have their oen sun, however, the amount of light it gives off is equivalent to our man when it is full. Because of this, a Draxan's skin is paler than ours. Their planet also has a stronger gravitational pull than ours.

Draxans do not produce their own blood, and because of this their life span is much shorter than ours. To accomodate this tneir children are born intelligent, and are considered adults by the time they are teenagers. One day, their scientists discovered a fruit, a blood fruit, that they can eat and it will lengthen their life span, but they must do so with every meal.

Draxans are benevolent by nature, with the only war they know isbfrom invading aliens.

Dre'Ken was the son of their king and queen, but shortly before his birth, scientists discovered that their sun was starting to get hotter and they had to act quickly to save their species. It was decided that they would send their children to different planets in hope that they might find a planet that they can live on. The children were given a specialized ring that created an aura of protection when they put it on, that was to protect them from environmental harshnesses that they might encounter.

Dre'Ken was the first child to go, and he was sent to Earth.

As Dra'Ken grew he found that because of the difference between Earth's gravitational pull and his home world, he could do things that humans considered to be in defiance of gravity: i.e. fly, walk on walls and ceilings, etc. Plus, as with all Draxans his senses were almost five times sharper than humans. He also found that human and animal blood had the same sustainability as the blood fruit. Fortunately, he had a foster brother that could turn water into blood.

#4 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

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"In fearful day, in raging night,

With strong hearts full, our souls ignite,

When all seems lost in the War of Light,

Look to the stars-- For hope burns bright!"

You belong to the Blue Lantern Corps! These peaceful saints wield the blue power of hope. In many ways the strongest of the corps, the Blue Lanterns are the only ones who can save an Orange Lantern or a Red Lantern from their rings. With a full powered Green Lantern nearby, a Blue Lantern becomes unstoppable, since true hope needs Willpower to succeed.

Notable Members: Saint Walker

#5 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

Back when DC decided to make a lantern corps out of each color of the rainbow somebody made a personality test so people could see which lantern corps they would belong to.

Here's the website

http://www.playbuzz.com/ryanm10/whic...-you-belong-to

Please take the test and then share your results.

#6 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

http://cdn.playbuzz.com/cdn/733b415a...594217dcbe.jpg

"In fearful day, in raging night,

With strong hearts full, our souls ignite,

When all seems lost in the War of Light,

Look to the stars-- For hope burns bright!"

You belong to the Blue Lantern Corps! These peaceful saints wield the blue power of hope. In many ways the strongest of the corps, the Blue Lanterns are the only ones who can save an Orange Lantern or a Red Lantern from their rings. With a full powered Green Lantern nearby, a Blue Lantern becomes unstoppable, since true hope needs Willpower to succeed.

Notable Members: Saint Walker

#7 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

Back when DC decided to make a lantern corps out of each color of the rainbow somebody made a personality test so people could see which lantern corps they would belong to.

Here's the website

http://www.playbuzz.com/ryanm10/whic...-you-belong-to

Please take the test and then share your results.

#8 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm working on a group of characters inspired by the seven colors used as tinctures in heraldry: Yellow, Purple, Green, White, Red, Blue and Black. Each of these colors are also associated with a gemstone, planet (with the exception of Yellow and White which represent the Sun and Moon), and a gemstone.

What I am attempting to do is to have each color associated with a country.

What I have is,

Yellow for China (cultural and historical association)

Purple for Ancient Rome (first country to use purple as a royal color)

Green for Ireland (cultural association with Gaelic Ireland)

White fot Antarctica (the snow)

Red for Russia (communism)

Blue for France (color worn by the king), and

Black for Africa

The only one I am uncertain of is black. For now, I am using Africa, but am looking for a possible alternative. I wish to keep it within the Europe/Asia/Africa region.

#9 Posted by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

I am working on my own variation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and would like help with my dwarfs.

Does anyone know of creatures I could possibly use that are similar to dwarfs without actually being dwarfs?

#10 Edited by PrinceMarvel (291 posts) - - Show Bio

I originally had Elseworlds in the title, but it was too many characters'