Ashton City Heroes Ep 2 – Earth, Wind, and Fauna (Part 1)

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Hot on the wheels from their first success, the Ashton City Liberators are looking for a new bust to make.  It appears, however, that they’re not alone in their efforts.  There has been a string of assaults on students from Northern Lexington High School.  More bizarrely, a string of vandalism cases is causing some unrest in the community.  The Liberators have their work cut out for them.


Side Chatter

PLAYERS

  • Matt – Rayyan Mu’mmar Ghannam (Techbag). Southern Indian kid whose parents moved here from India in the mid-nineties and managed to find an okay life. Ray doesn’t see his dad much but started reading his books and does some building on the side. He developed a love for masks and uses his random collection of skills to fight crime in Ashton.
  • Manda – Ryder Owen (King Rush). Small-time motocross champion with a lot of confidence issues. Turned his love for biking into a way to protect the people he loves and fulfill his need for speed.
  • Nate – Rose Brixby (Tankgirl). Outgoing and friendly girl who moved to Ashton from Prominence after a high-profile kidnapping case. She learned to fight and started buying low-impact supersoldier drug derivatives to make sure she would never be kidnapped again and that she could save others as she was saved.
  • Travis – Metra Crowell (PeaShooter). Young girl local to the Ashton area. After losing her arm in a car accident she got mixed in with the wrong crowd, but took inspiration from the Spirits of Prominence and constructed a gas-powered prosthetic to help clean up the Ashton City streets.
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