2014-12-31 (W) Charged: DesertIrish

I hope everyone celebrating a new year had a wonderful night and a headache-free morning. Good fate to all of you in 2015.

Enough background.

A long conversation took place between Dawson and Heather about the possible reasons behind the surge in super hero media and dystopian media. Heather talked about how people feel oppressed and wish for enough power to fight back which lead into the dystopian media appeal. She shelled at Dawson for not realizing what he's getting into by fighting and she is personally upset with him for not being on board with her own agenda. Finally Heather tells him to look up Anatola.

Anatola is a very powerful character who is going to be the figurehead of the revolution in this story. Her powers currently ambiguous and will likely remain vague but the gist of her power is that she has magic-like ability to change herself and her surroundings. Her power level is the second highest just below the three original Charged of the first generation, Mnemo, Cloud, and The Patient One.

To do:
  • Show how Shana knew Motor and Heather were a new couple.
  • Reduce overuse of the word "power."
  • Create a cheat sheet for the characters and their abilities.

Today’s word count: 10 632 - 8 406 = 2 226 words
Total word count: 10 632 + 60 228 + 154 757 =  words

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