With great power, comes great responsibility.
I think this is kind of a weird rule, since being able to control gravity has a lot more applications than having, say, both flight and super strength.Since there's a "one person, one power" rule, what exactly counts as one power? Like, are we allowed to pick powers like telekinesis that technically is a single power but gives the user a multitude of different abilities or are we limited to powers with a single application?
Oh yeah I personally agree having on ability would kinda suck, but certain powers really dinthrow off a power dynamic when it becomes too generalized. I mean idc either way I was just generally curiousI actually wanted to put the shadow manipulation but ended up going with something else(which is the same idea).
However only one ability would make it easier to master and honestly that'd be a little boring in my opinion, but thst's up to the creator
Tbh I kinda think it is.Besides, aren't darkness manipulation and shadow manipulation kinda the same?
I think that's okay.It also works the toher around.So if a villian can turn back normal,then a normal can turn to a villian.Also curious, can our student characters end up becoming villains?