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1 BBCODE TESTING on Sat Jun 04, 2016 9:12 pm

Quirks

A Quirk, simply put, is a special power that someone may possess and they come in a variety of categories: Emitter, Transformation, and Mutant. Before further elaborating what each of these classifications entail, we will expand on the history, manifestation, inheritance, and laws concerning Quirks.


History

The first Quirk discovered was that of a baby in China who was literally born glowing. Ever since that point in time, more and more people have been born with Quirks until we've reached a point in time where approximately 80% of the population has a Quirk, making the Quirkless, the minority. Those bearing Quirks now being the norm in society, the world has evolved into a place where Super Heroes are seen as the primary keepers of peace, while they battle super villains who use their Quirks for their own selfish desires.


Manifestation


How Quirks came to be is unknown, but one thing that has been confirmed is that majority of those that will manifest Quirks are missing the last joint in their pinky toe. This joint considered as useless, it could be said that the development of Quirks is just showing that the human race is evolving. Onto actual manifestation of these gift, most children begin to exhibit the ability to use their Quirks at around age 4, though some are born with their Quirk already manifested. Though it is extremely rare, animals have shown to possess Quirks as well.


Inheritance


Quirks have come to been seen as something passed on through genetics. Though this doesn't guarantee that two Quirk bearing parents will produce a Quirk bearing child, research has shown that not only are the chances higher, but that Quirks are typically passed down from parent to child. This leads to some families having specific Quirks tied to their names especially should they be active in the Professional Hero community. In addition, though it is not unheard of of two people purposely producing children for the sake of creating a child with a combination of both their Quirks.


Laws


Though majority of the population possess a Quirk may it be powerful or seemingly useless, usage of Quirks in a public setting is unauthorized unless you are a Pro-Hero. This even accounts for using Quirks in self-defense.



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Quirks
A Quirk, simply put, is a special power that someone may possess and they come in a variety of categories: Emitter, Transformation, and Mutant. Before further elaborating what each of these classifications entail, we will expand on the history, manifestation, inheritance, and laws concerning Quirks.

History
The first Quirk discovered was that of a baby in China who was literally born glowing. Ever since that point in time, more and more people have been born with Quirks until we've reached a point in time where approximately 80% of the population has a Quirk, making the Quirkless, the minority. Those bearing Quirks now being the norm in society, the world has evolved into a place where Super Heroes are seen as the primary keepers of peace, while they battle super villains who use their Quirks for their own selfish desires.

Manifestation
How Quirks came to be is unknown, but one thing that has been confirmed is that majority of those that will manifest Quirks are missing the last joint in their pinky toe. This joint considered as useless, it could be said that the development of Quirks is just showing that the human race is evolving. Onto actual manifestation of these gift, most children begin to exhibit the ability to use their Quirks at around age 4, though some are born with their Quirk already manifested. Though it is extremely rare, animals have shown to possess Quirks as well.

Inheritance
Quirks have come to been seen as something passed on through genetics. Though this doesn't guarantee that two Quirk bearing parents will produce a Quirk bearing child, research has shown that not only are the chances higher, but that Quirks are typically passed down from parent to child. This leads to some families having specific Quirks tied to their names especially should they be active in the Professional Hero community. In addition, though it is not unheard of of two people purposely producing children for the sake of creating a child with a combination of both their Quirks.

Laws
Though majority of the population possess a Quirk may it be powerful or seemingly useless, usage of Quirks in a public setting is unauthorized unless you are a Pro-Hero. This even accounts for using Quirks in self-defense.

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