Crescent City-Empowered Folk

Crescent City: Other Empowered Folk

Crescent City Who’s Who has additional references.

Capes & Masks

Cape in Red (M) Saul Risnick super-speed, absorbs bullet impact energy, helps people
  • shares some of everybody’s powers
  • has Solomon Wise’s heart
    Minotaur—bullets richochet
    Titan (M)
  • Member of The Seattle Watch
  • bullets bounce
    Phantasm (F)—Gil’s grandmother
    Blue Jay (F) (Ceelie’s mother)
  • Quick, could climb up walls
  • Costume blue
  • Looks like Ceelie (differing hair colors)
    Chaos (Ceelie’s ‘father’)
  • villain of some sort
    Enduring Shadow (F) [Ed’s mother?]
  • Attributed super-powers, not sure if they were real
  • Reputation as a vigilante, probably didn’t kill anyone—several ended up in mental hospital (delusional)
    Snow Maiden
  • alias Camille Butler
  • Sybil Frost’s maternal aunt
  • Died in Seattle during the doomsday disaster while trying to support a building and allow the people inside to escape
  • Similar powers to Sybil’s
    Industrial Might (M) – Villain
  • Could animate machines into minions
  • Active in the 70’s
    Pandemonium
  • Could animate just about any common item
  • Active in the 80s
    Dazzle
  • Flying energy blasting hero
  • Active in the 60s
  • Part of the loose affiliation of heroes that Dr. Dread was a part of
She’s retired. In 2010 she’s 70 years old with grand kids. She has three children, one of them has powers.
Colorado
  • Martial artist hero
  • Active in the 60s
  • Part of the loose affiliation of heroes that Dr. Dread was a part of
Retired by ‘75 and did the PI thing. Died in ‘95 from lung cancer.
Deadly Night Shade
  • Martial arts sidekick, then hero
  • Active in the 60s
  • Part of the loose affiliation of heroes that Dr. Dread was a part of
  • Was effectively Dr. Dread’s sidekick
Retired and went into law enforcement. Currently the Sheriff of a small town in Tennessee.
Meteor Girl
  • Speedster hero
  • Active in the 60s
  • Part of the loose affiliation of heroes that Dr. Dread was a part of
When Captain Amazing dies in the Seattle incident his publicist exposes his secret identity and thus puts her and her family in the spotlight. She takes the kids and grandma and drops off the grid. She is 73 in 2010.

Crescent City-Empowered Folk

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