The Sleeper

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Zania Marais

Done for Bifrost's "League of Bifrost Heros & Villans!" the city of Bifrost… The members of Bifrost Fantasy, meet to discuss their next project. Suddenly...a freak scientific experiment bombarded the building, and those within, with soopa-gamma-pulse radiation! After the accident, the group discovered each member had unique abilities and powers. They were split in half as they debated whether to use their powers for good or evil. Thus were born the most powerful men and women, dedicated to save or destroy the awaiting city of Bifrost! After the accident I {and after extended experimentation} discovered that my super alter ego has been cursed/blessed with the ability to shoot pillows from the palms of her hands at high speeds. With this amazing mind-blowing ability she vows to put a stop to the evil Bifrost villians that were created on that night. Muhaha! *cough* And of course no anti-heroine who can't save the world and look good while doing so is worth her salt.

Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy

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