Summer most closely resembles a fox.
Summer's fur color is a gradient. From head to toe and top hair to bottom, the color gradients from yellow, to orange,to red. The same applies to her tail except for the very end, where it is white.
Despite her appearance, Summer is surprisingly very light for her size.
Summer's eyes are a bright green color, and she has fluffy hair. Her hero attire is a mixture of her parent's hero attire, with the addition of pentagon shoulder pads, and two inhibitor rings, one on each glove.
When flying, a thin orange aura appears around her.
Heavy reboot and WIP. Do not assume anything to be accurate. Extra Ideas in my talk page are accepted.
Normaden is known for being mainly run by one of the nicest and one of the strongest species in the cosmos. Summer was born on this planet, and so was one of the powerful species.
However, she had the rare genetic condition of disorbere, a condition in which one takes almost all the traits of her parents. While in most cases this could result in the child dying months after birth, there have been some cases where they come out as one of genetically superior beings of their species. Summer inherited the traits of both her fox father and her cat mother. As such, Summer had inherited a combination of her father's heliokinetic abilities and her mother's supernaturally high physical stats. She has playfully been called a sun goddess by friends in her childhood because of it.
At age sixteen, the age of maturity for Normadens, Summer had a desire to explore the cosmos, as her abilities allowed her to. She had temporarily had sights on becoming a cosmic officer, but at this point she seems to make do with small jobs that she jumps to every now and then. Sure, she had missed home, and always managed to visit it every now and then, but majority of the time, Summer was known to be near the opposite edges of the galaxy.
A few months later, Summer ran into a planet who was being invaded by another. With the naturally heroic traits she had learned from Normada, she couldn't help but intervene, and her relatively godly amount of power ceased the conflict pretty quickly. B
Summer loves heat, the feel of it livens her up. Due to not really want to go around burning everything, she usually accomplishes her desire via sunbathing, hot tubs, and volcano surfing. This does not mean that she does not like swimming in water either, however. In fact, it is one of her top ten favorite things to do.
Summer is not 100% fox, . Like a cat, Summer likes going on catnaps (usually when sun... tanning? Bathing?) and she does purr when petted.
She's an addict to sweets. Summer doesn't need to eat properly as long as she is fueled under sunlight,which gives her the necessary nutrients and removes the excess, so her diet is usually sweets and soul food.
Summer is equipped with two inhibitor rings, limiting her potential to those listed below.
Solar Armored Suit
After the Divided We Fall Arc, Summer ends up gaining an armored solar suit. The suit stores solar energy in its topaz cells, allowing Summer to reach into it for storage in the case her power is low or is drained.
The suit also absorbs kinetic energy, allowing her to take much more energy attacks with ease, and especially to prevent weapons with anti-solar energy from being a large threat. The suit helps prevent her from being immobilized in the case that she is too weak for her speed to do it. This also further increases the durability of herself to assist her in withstanding the powerful punches from Daemon .
Once the wish to become godlike was granted, Summer's abilities rose to a cosmic level, despite the inhibitor rings. (Notice: If you are looking for her roleplay edition abilities, scroll down to the Roleplay Edition section.)
Speed: Massively FTL+
Summer has been able to noticeably hurt the avatar of the god of conquest, Daemon, using raw power alone. With immense difficulty, Summer was also able to hold a universe orb, a soccer-ball-sized version of a universe,. Her magical variant of her strength prevented a star from becoming a black hole, parted illusions apart, and she has proven to be able to tear fabrics in reality, albeit on accident.
Summer has on one occasion not concentrated her power, and the result was the universe being shakened. Summer has challenged and defeated enemies who can destroy zones on more than one occasion.
During a casual cruise to think to herself, Summer was travelling the perimeters of the Local Group galaxy cluster. She has noted to have flown around the Local Group at least a dozen times in the past ten minutes. Summer can move her body at this speed down to the atomic level, allowing her to phase through attacks, travel to alternate universes and timelines, or go completely invisible. This speed keeps up in her combat as well, being able to be dodge sword swings from Lloyd, an avatar of a higher god.
Just as she is strong, Summer is tough. She is able to withstand attacks from foes who usually threaten universes on several occasions.
Summer had to contain an explosion from a bomb of chaos power. The bomb would've reproduced the Big Bang if it wasn't contained, seeing as Summer was unable to think of a way to stop the chaos energy. She's also taken hits from Lord Daemon, who took out Midnight in a few hits even though Midnight had previously survived an attack that could've destroyed a zone.
Solar fuel is her stamina source. Summer can fight seemingly forever under any sunlight. Being under sunlight can also allow her to heal from wounds at a rapid pace, and when raising an arm or two up in the air, this increases her solar absorption tremendously.
Summer's signature ability. Her fire attacks are able to reach the heat beyond Planck Temperature at her prime, allowing her to annihilate electrical users with the heat breaking down the electrical bonds of atoms. and her body can absorb all the heat in an area, leaving the area utterly frozen. The pyrokinesis has multiple forms: fireball, flamethrower, laser, heat vision, heat shield, heat wave,etc. She is able to create an air lens by heating up the atmosphere around her, making her block off normal electricity attacks.
Summer's physical body can become the embodiment of fire itself, having the properties of a Planck Temperature Flame. Her aura and godly resistance prevents her from being absorbed by others.
Having the properties of fire, Summer becomes immune to physical attacks as a whole.
Most can't tell the difference between this and her pyrokinesis, thinking it's a merely a hotter fire because it is yellow instead of orange. This is when Summer uses solar energy in combat situations instead of pyrokinesis. She uses this in the scenario that a foe is immune to fire, which most villains she now face are. Summer's heliokinesis is even better than her pyrokinesis. She is able to go up and beyond with it, manipulating it to follow its targets, assemble fire/solar shields from her or another source of fire/solar energy.
Midnight took the best notice of this power. During the Divided We Fall arc, Summer initially hit him with heat beams, which he proved to resist, followed by heliokinetic beams, which overwhelmed him. He states that the energy is "otherworldly", and while a solar energy power, feels supernatural in a sense, partially because it is. Summer's heliokinesis is actually the astral essence of the multiverse core itself.
Summer may use this power to heal others, "burn" someone's soul, and even have it to open holes in reality. Summer once burned a part of a timeline herself to "cauterize" a dimension in order to keep her alternate reality self trapped in it momentarily.
Radiation does not negatively affect Summer. On the contrary, it boosts her power.
Summer's aura can wrap around an object. As long as Summer can stand her ground, the aura can and has even proved to be capable enough to hold in a Big Bang.
Summer can focus her hearing to hear nothing at all, or to be able to hear the heartbeat of people sixty feet underground. Her eyes are able to focus on things hundreds of thousands of miles away, and on things of a microscopic level. She is familiar with the scents of many chemicals, and can smell the differences between them, learning the distinctions and types of explosive minerals and chemicals.
Summer's eyes are also able to see via thermal vision, and an opposite like mode she calls frost vision. Frost vision allows her to see how cool the environment is, with relatively colder substances sticking out in the environment. Her eyes can also see in microwave vision, though she mainly uses this to invisibly melt objects.
Her senses are also one of the few abilities she has that is unaffected by the amount of solar energy she has.
Under the Sun, healing can be almost instant. Lacking sunlight, Summer can heal from large scars and slit throats in about 10-20 seconds, like the time Midnight slashed her throat open. Her healing works well against slashing attacks and attacks that affect her internally, but blunt force is relatively slow. Healing only works when not in a painful condition, being dampened the more she is in pain.
Summer's healing does not happen at the cellular level, it happens at the genetic level.
Summer has mastered flight to the point of being able to make sudden 90 degree turns near top speed. Flight is also one of the few abilities she has that is unaffected by the amount of solar energy she has.
The average Normadien is already resistant to all forms of powers, and Summer's state has been amped.
Summer has been shown to outlast high tier molecular manipulation, reality warping, timeline erasure, quantum foam manipulation, mental attacks, death force manipulation, and even Medusa's face. The resistance makes her immune to diseases and other illnesses, and balances the ratio of cell growth and death, making her biologically immortal.
Summer also comes with a status lock, allowing her immunity to forms of debuffs and other negative ailments, even to the point of being able to see through illusions.
While called 'resistances', this is only because the foes she normally faces are around or above her range of power. Should one be noticeably weaker than Summer, the results is absolute immunity. Should the opponent be around Summer's level, it can range from extreme resistance to immunity, depending on the power. Should the opponent noticeably exceed Summer, such as a god, resistances can be from low level resistances to no resistance at all.
Not only is solar energy her fuel supply, the amount of solar energy Summer can hold increases whenever her limit for energy holding is reached. That means whenever Summer is in peak condition, she grows stronger than she initially was. In short, Summer grows stronger throughout her life.
Summer's abilities all require a good deal of solar energy. Without sunlight, Summer's powers will eventually wane, then die out. The only thing she can do without sunlight what her natural Normadien will allow her to do.
Beating the daylight out of her (hehe, puns) consumes her solar energy at an even faster rate.
Early on in her life, Summer has had no combat style, and she was a ranged striker and a brawler, relying more on wits and environments to gain advantages.
On Normaden, inhibitor rings are known by few, Summer's parents being one of them. Summer never took them off because she thought the rings were to symbolize to remember her parents. As such, she unknowingly inhibit her true potential.
Hovering up to five feet yields no problems because this is a natural Normadien ability. Once above that threshold, this is Summer's actual flight ability, and due to her body glowing when she flies, this is not useful for stealth.
Summer's heliokinesis comes at the cost of extra solar energy used.
A seedrian that resided on an abandoned planet, even Summer doesn't truly remember how they became friends, as she only remembers being saved by her. Star is a helpful adviser whenever problems go down, due to her telepathic mind and understanding of the life force, but out of battle, her personality usually steers Summer away.
Summer's relationship with her older brother is off and on because of his choices. He ended up finding the wish orbs again, and decided to use it for himself to gain similar godly powers to Summer, and she hated him for his "greed", though she was secretly jealous that he was more powerful than her as a result. Still, in the end, despite their quarrels, they still know that they can trust each other and work together when necessary.
Summer was initially created to be a Goddess of all the Seasons. As such, her first name was Season.
Summer may be considered the strongest Mobius Elite member, but she claims that the other members could beat her 1v1 if it ever has to happen.
Szorra has studied her blood, and found out that not only does she have chloroplasts, they're not even green in color. Several other unknown organelles were found in it in order for her to use the solar energy that she has.
Roleplay Edition Summer
Like all roleplay editions, characters are nerfed based on canonical event changes. In this scenario, Summer never obtained any form of Ichor, meaning she gained no godly amount of strength as a result.
Summer is merely 18 in Normadien years, which correlates to 13 in Earth years, though it should b noted that 16 Normadien years is considered adulthood.
An identity crashed onto Star's planet, which Summer was residing on. After healing the Identity, whose name was Stiper, the identity warned Summer and Star about an incoming threat of star eating giants known as Ror Vlasephs. As Summer went on to hunt for the said giants, one of them pretty much accidentally crushed her under his foot, which one way way of making an entrance.
After getting out from under the foot, Summer and the giant chatted for a while, or moreso Summer was interrogating the Ror Vlaseph, but after some hiding and interpretation, Summer found out that the initial Vlaseph was on their side; the rest were the ones going after the sun in an attempt to consume it, ending life in the solar system.
Once she caught up to the enemy Vlasephs and had utterly failed to verbally stop them, Summer fought them off from attempting to consume the sun while Star began reading the Boss Vlaseph's mind to give Summer intel. During the fight, Summer began realizing that she wouldn't be able to fight them off alone if she wasn't going to kill, and was lucky when they momentarily fell back, only managing to injure one of the four while getting tossed around herself throughout the whole fight, and even then the injured Vlaseph has shown to still be a major threat.
Star eventually caught Summer up with the fact that the Vlasephs won't threaten the star if four Identities like Stiper are traded, Summer obviously disagreeing. After checking to make sure the other Identities were safe from the Vlasephs, Summer and Star began plotting a plan to defeat the Vlasephs should they return when a new person had arrived to the scene, known as Device. The initial Vlaseph was behind her.
Through conversation, the group learns that the Vlaseph came from an alternate universe, which was why it was not a part of the group of Vlasephs that had attacked Summer. Device informs the group on how to defeat the enemy Vlasephs when they return.
Eventually, they do return, and despite efforts, Summer once again is reminded that she isn't powerful enough to take on all of the Vlasephs at once. This is where Device had decided to help out Summer, giving her some sort of metallic morphing suit, which initially Summer was thankful to have. However, Summer's relationship with Device went bittersweet as she took on a Vlaseph suit, which killed the Vlasephs.... in a violent manner, which horrified Summer.
Nonetheless, this efficient and quick kills were enough to save much more lives, which what made Summer move on. She eventually met up with the Boss of the Ror Vlasephs themselves, Fora' Kal. Fora' has shown to be MUCH greater of a threat than the other Vlasephs, but for reasons unknown to Summer, he left the area, Summer being sure he would return soon. Until then, all Summer could do was question her actions as she wondered if there was any other way she could've saved the day without killing.
This roleplay takes place about a week after the Vlaseph attacks, and the once upset Summer was bi mirewhere Summer's desire to grab something to eat ends up making her run into what she initially thought of as a criminal. However, with her misinterpretation cleared up via conversation, Summer began taking an interest into Simble.
As a result, Summer later on subtly asked Simble out to a park, where she learned a bit more about him and his unusual powers. Their short doughnut adventure on a higher dimension eventually ended with them on the beach, Summer seeing to enjoy being by Simble.
During the time Simble was teaching her how to fly by ignoring the atmosphere, Summer ended up accidentally singing him. As she ended up going to Simble to attempt to care for the room, she unintentionally got intimately close. However, when she did notice, she didn't bother to move, instead moving closer, which of course led to their initial kiss.
So far, the unexpected date continues with a little dinner between the two, some mischievous thievery to get back at a thief himself, and the recreation of a house. Since Summer was homeless ever since she left her planet world, being given a true home to live in, thanks to Simble calling his siblings, it nearly brought Summer to tears. She thanked him with a kiss in return, regretting the fact that he already has to leave soon without her being able to return the favor, despite the fact that Simble had constantly waved it off. To this day, she hopes to be able to see him again soon.
Doing the last run of her galaxy patrolling, and lacking on her normal amount of solar energy, Summer flies by Mobius, taking note of an odd ship. After hanging back and watching for a while, Summer realized a new threat was upon the galaxy once more. She attempts to enter the ship to stop it immediately, only to be met by a force field. Summer used physical strikes to overcome the barrier, but her last punch that shattered the force field had blasted her with a massive amount of electricity. Had she not have been caught off guard, Summer wouldn't have gone unconscious from the retaliation, where an energy field caught her to transport Summer into the ship.
Waking up in a cell with her powers inhibited by the reality warping Game Master, her first new friend to meet being Rin, she ended up learning that the Game Master wanted to put contestants through a life-or-death challenge. It didn't take long for the very friendly Rin to free Summer from her cell.
While Summer went along with the game for a while with some other people she has met, such as Axel and Isaac, Rin was successfully able to foil the Game Master's plans from behind the scenes and restore everyone's powers. It also ended up causing the ship to fall, in which Summer, Rin, Axel, and Isaac all work together to prevent this from happening by moving the ship into space, Summer being the one who did the pulling.
Once the ship was safely out of crashing onto Mobius, the group eventually had a casual chat, ultimately leading the group to form a heroic alliance, Rin reforming the ship for the new headquarters.
Eventually once helping with city reparations from the initial invasion of Game Master, Summer and the group took off to continue their adventures the heroic group known as the Multi-Force.
Mortality Part 1 (TBA)
Mortality Part 2 (TBA)
Summer was a prude in her canon edition because she had died and resurrected, truly understanding how short and important life can be. Without this event, Summer is tolerant to small crime with good reason, such as the time when Simble had stole meat from someone's stash, though the same person was attempting to scam her earlier. Her personality is still happy-go-lucky, but now with a hint of cockiness on rare occasions to give allies a good laugh.
Roleplay Edition Summer had never had her body infused with ichor, and as such, was never revived with godly stats. Regardless, Normadiens are a powerhouse species, and Summer, along with her genetically given abilities, is still a roleplay character reserved solely for cosmic/powerhouse roleplays when it comes to fighting unless allowed otherwise.
NOTICE: All statements of power here are things that had ALREADY happened in roleplays, hence the reason for the roleplays having links to them.
Strength: 4-C. 4-B with higher than normal solar energy. Unknown when achieving heliokinesis
Speed: Massively FTL. Massively FTL+ with higher than normal solar energy, also when achieving heliokinesis
Summer's strikes so far have shown to have the potency of supernovae under a normal amount of sunlight energy. She has yet to use the full potential of her power due to: her bad habit of holding back, her inexperience with how to properly throw a punch, and her lack of knowledge of higher achievement potential.
Being a person who assists in protecting the galaxy, Summer has to be fast enough to travel across to different star systems, in which even the speed of light not is fast enough to handle a job such as this. To give a comparison, it takes light four years to reach the closest star to Earth, minus the sun, and Summer travels across portions of the galaxy on a daily basis.
In the Predator Race roleplay, Summer's has traveled from the Earth to the sun in seconds. Summer has used her speed to phase through punches and to seemingly turn invisible.
When off guard, completely relaxed, and not using her powers, Summer's skin has relatively low durability, handling a few dozen tons of force exerted. However, her muscles and bones remain just as durable, relaxed or not. This means one could virtually make Summer bleed much more easily at this state, but still needs much more strength to actually damage her.
"As she phased against the hand, the energy inside burned against her matter. As it was the energy stored in the body, the concentration and intensity was far higher than that which was shot out prior."
The quote above, from the Predator Race roleplay, shows that Summer's durability is the same down to the atomic level. Special attacks that revolve around rupturing the inside of her body will not have a better chance in doing critical damage.
When caught off guard but using her powers, Summer shrugged off being crushed under the foot of a Vlaseph, a 115,000 ton creature.
At one point, Summer punched a Vlaseph's fist with the force to destroy a planet in an attempt to counter it, but the fist was unmoved as it punched her back. This means the punch had much more force than a planetary punch, which Summer had taken head on with no real damage.
Summer was also hit with a counter-kinetic blast of her white dwarf star punch attack and kept the endurance to push onwards.
Her energy does not increase anywhere near as fast as before, but it is still noticeable. However, it is extremely noticeable when she is near a star.
So far, Summer has proved that her temperature can reach twice that of the core of the sun, (54 million degrees Fahrenheit) though this did cause her strain the moment she passed 27 million. However, it should be noted that she is extremely versatile with this ability.
This ability will not be used in roleplays.
Update October 9, 2017: Summer will have this ability due to the fact that her character has been rebooted as a whole. Regardless, she has yet to use this in roleplay edition.
Update October 18, 2017: The reboot to her heliokiness to allow Summer to heavily increase in all of her stats as well as the addition of some esoteric abilities. This will be the Summer pushed to not hold back, should the case ever happen, which so far proves to be highly unlikely.
Summer has shown nothing of this so far in roleplay edition.
Summer's aura is shown to act similar to her canon version of the aura, but to an obviously smaller extent of power.
Summer's sense of hearing is big enough to here someone casually talk to her while she is high in the atmosphere, and her sense of sight has allowed her to clearly see something many miles away.
This is a Normadien trait, and as such, is not affected by lack of sunlight.
This has not been seen in roleplay edition yet. When lacking in a sunlight source, this is best used after battles, not during. Under sunlight, the rate of healing dramatically increases not only in the speed of regeneration, but the quality. Her sunlight amped healing can allow her to recover not only the average blood and organs, but it can even restore negative status ailments such as blindness, paralysis, etc. Given enough time, the regeneration can even remove the ailment of illusions.
So far, it is shown that while Summer has well control over her flying, it is nowhere near astounding as her canon version. However, flight was her own natural ability, and as such, she can use it without sunlight, as seen in the Multiforce Roleplay.
Any form of a supernatural attack (basically, uses of superpowers, superpowered equipment, or anything else that fits this scenario) to Summer will only be able to produce 50% of the damage, status ailment, etc. If Summer focuses on defending on certain element of attack (ex: soul attack), then her focused power would increase that resistance to 75% at the cost of the rest dropping down to 10% resistance.
This is a Normadien trait, and as such, is not affected by lack of sunlight.
Flaws and Weaknesses
Dark pyrokinesis and dark heliokinesis overrides her resistance powers.
If one could match up to the physical stats of Summer and withstand her fire, she will have to resort to physical combat. Summer is not the best close quarters fighter, relying on phasing through attacks to dodge them 90% of the time, and preferring brawler tactics in combat. Other than that, she cannot really fight at all.
Summer relies on sunlight for her powers. Manage to remove her solar energy, and she is is reduced to the power of the average Normadien, which makes her EXTREMELY weaker than normal.
If Summer is fighting a living thing and she doesn't have to kill it, she won't. As a result, she always holds back her true power in these conditions.