Name's Cyborg but you already knew that. Here in my network I go through all happenings in the comic book roleplay universe. Besides being a rper myself I am also a campaign master that wants to bring people together and construct campaigns for people.
Campaigns are made here and are not restricted to one comic universe. Though I do aim more for Justice League and Teen Titans based campaigns. This does not mean I won't do anything Avengers based.
This page isn't just a rp character but a rp hub to get people together.
Victor Stone was a high school athlete at odds with his brilliant scientist father Silas Stone. As the New God Darkseid initiated an invasion of Earth, Vic was caught in an explosion at S.T.A.R. Labs when a nearby Father Box detonated.
Vic's father Silas Stone. saved his life by using experimental technology to turn him into a cyborg in the Red Room. Dr. Stone injected his son with nanites and installed experimental robotic parts.
perfection garners attention, and attention is key. These included a Promethean skin graft, Dr. Will Magnus' Responsometer, Professor Ivo's A-maze operating system, the classified and prototypical B-maze operating system, and graduate student Ryan Choi's White Dwarf Stabilizer, as well as the energies from the Father Box.
// It's stuff that has been building since last year, man. The way people behave and the things on stream. I try to ignore it and focus on writing, but it's been chipping away at my patience for a while. It was honestly a moment of weakness, and me over reacting. I come here to escape things in life, yet it feels like my escapism is being distorted to fit people's agenda. That incident that you went through definitely didn't help, either. Tony told you were being harassed, and I got pretty damn upset. The snide behavior and imposing opinions have been getting to me as of late.
//I agree. You're not wrong. Those are some of the details they like to overlook. However, we have propaganda that degrades Americans' self-worth of all races. It does well in giving people a very naive perception of "us vs them", failing to keep in mind that skin color doesn't determine who shares your values and experiences.
//Hey, saw the discussion on Starfire's status. Some people are.... conditioned to think and feel a certain way without questioning anything, or being open to different information. I agree with you, and also much like you, I do support her having the right to write or say what she pleases. I get what you were getting at, though. Likely? She implied slavery of Africans was unique and especially gruesome. I do think it was indeed horrendous, but definitely not distinct from the countless other locations. There's even details about it that are hilariously overlooked.