Pen and Cape Society: Super Choice Adventure Chapter 2

Submitted by C B Wright on

The next chapter of the Pen and Cape Society's Super Choice Adventure is up. This chapter is written by R.J. Ross, author of the Cape High books. I discuss her stories a little on this site in Introducting the Pen and Cape Society.

This installment gives you the chance to vote me in as the next author up to bat. Read through the latest installment and choose which power you want Willow to use next. If you choose "fire manipulation" then I'll need to figure out exactly how the the heck I'm going to work fire manipulation into the storyline. If you're not interested in fire manipulation, that's OK. I'll get my turn eventually.

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I voted for you, but it looks

I voted for you, but it looks like you'll have to wait for your turn. ;)

That's all right. I wasn't

That's all right. I wasn't really sure what I was going to do with fire manipulation. :-)

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.

Fire manipulation? Well,

Fire manipulation? Well, besides the obvious (set things on fire), I imagine you could use it for the reverse. It might be handy when dealing with, say, a giant steam-powered monstrosity.

Well, I meant more "how to

Well, I meant more "how to use it at the place where the story currently is." I was looking at the chapter and trying to figure out how to lead into fire manipulation and drawing a blank.

Also, the only character I could think of who she could draw on to use it is owned by Marvel, so obviously it would have to end with Willow getting sued. I don't know my fellow P&C authors well enough to do that to them just yet. :-)

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.

I can think of at least two

I can think of at least two characters with fire manipulation (or at least pyrokenesis, not sure if that would count as the same thing for this): Charlie, from Stephen King's Firestarter (I would guess unlikely to sue small-revenue creatives), and Meredith Gordon from Heroes. Just in case it comes up again :) .

Hmm. The vampires in Robin

Hmm. The vampires in Robin McKinley's Sunshine. And I think some of the magicians in Emma Bull's Territory. Both awesome books, but not comics.