Speed

Speed is like an element from science. I don’t know much about speed but I tell you everything I know.

Speed can do so many things. Speed has 2 parts, velocity and acceleration.

Part 1 Velocity

For over a thousand years, people known as our ancestors have been studying about speed for a very long time. Not much people know the formula for increased speed. Speed is all around us. In fact you use it everyday whether you’re cooking or sleeping, or working or playing. Speed is always around us and we can’t escape it. However, I will tell you the first part about speed. That part is Velocity. Velocity measures how fast and object is moving or as we call it, rate. The velocity of an object is the rate of change of its position with respect to a frame of reference and is a function of time. Velocity is reduced when your speed and position change or redirect to another location. Without velocity, you wouldn’t be moving fast.

Part 2 Acceleration

Acceleration is applied when you want to go a lot faster. Acceleration is the rate of change on velocity. For example, when a car starts from a standstill (zero relative velocity) and travels in a straight line at increasing speeds, it is accelerating in the direction of travel. If the car turns, there is an acceleration toward the new direction. In this example, we can call the forward acceleration of the car a “linear acceleration”, which passengers in the car might experience as a force pushing them back into their seats. When changing direction, we might call this “non-linear acceleration”, which passengers might experience as a sideways force. If the speed of the car decreases, this is an acceleration in the opposite direction from the direction of the vehicle, sometimes called deceleration. Passengers may experience deceleration as a force lifting them forwards. Mathematically, there is no separate formula for deceleration: both are changes in velocity. Each of these accelerations (linear, non-linear, deceleration) might be felt by passengers until their velocity (speed and direction) matches that of the car. There’s are 3 types of speed, Instantaneous Speed, Average Speed and Tangential Speed.

Part 3 Instantaneous Speed

Speed at some instant, or assumed constant during a very short period of time, is called instantaneous speed. By looking at a speedometer, one can read the instantaneous speed of a car at any instant. A car travelling at 50 km/h generally goes for less than one hour at a constant speed, but if it did go at that speed for a full hour, it would travel 50 km. If the vehicle continued at that speed for half an hour, it would cover half that distance (25 km). If it continued for only one minute, it would cover about 833 m

Part 4 Average Speed

Different from instantaneous speed, average speed is defined as the total distance covered divided by the time interval. For example, if a distance of 80 kilometres is driven in 1 hour, the average speed is 80 kilometres per hour. Likewise, if 320 kilometres are travelled in 4 hours, the average speed is also 80 kilometres per hour. When a distance in kilometres (km) is divided by a time in hours (h), the result is in kilometres per hour (km/h). Average speed does not describe the speed variations that may have taken place during shorter time intervals (as it is the entire distance covered divided by the total time of travel), and so average speed is often quite different from a value of instantaneous speed. If the average speed and the time of travel are known, the distance travelled can be calculated by rearranging the definition to

d=vt
Using this equation for an average speed of 80 kilometres per hour on a 4-hour trip, the distance covered is found to be 320 kilometres.

Expressed in graphical language, the slope of a tangent line at any point of a distance-time graph is the instantaneous speed at this point, while the slope of a chord line of the same graph is the average speed during the time interval covered by the chord.

Part 5 Tangential Speed

Linear speed is the distance travelled per unit of time, while tangential speed (or tangential velocity) is the linear speed of something moving along a circular path. A point on the outside edge of a merry-go-round or turnable travels a greater distance in one complete rotation than a point nearer the center. Travelling a greater distance in the same time means a greater speed, and so linear speed is greater on the outer edge of a rotating object than it is closer to the axis. This speed along a circular path is known as tangential speed because the direction of motion is tangent to the circumference of the circle. For circular motion, the terms linear speed and tangential speed are used interchangeably, and both use units of m/s, km/h, and others.

Rational Speed (or angular speed) involves the number of revolutions per unit of time. All parts of a rigid merry-go-round or turntable turn about the axis of rotation in the same amount of time. Thus, all parts share the same rate of rotation, or the same number of rotations or revolutions per unit of time. It is common to express rotational rates in revolutions per minute (RPM) or in terms of the number of “radians” turned in a unit of time. There are little more than 6 radians in a full rotation (2πradians exactly). When a direction is assigned to rotational speed, it is known as rotational velocity or angular velocity. Rotational velocity is a vector whose magnitude is the rotational speed.

Tangential speed and rotational speed are related: the greater the RPMs, the larger the speed in metres per second. Tangential speed is directly proportional to rotational speed at any fixed distance from the axis of rotation. However, tangential speed, unlike rotational speed, depends on radial distance (the distance from the axis). For a platform rotating with a fixed rotational speed, the tangential speed in the centre is zero. Towards the edge of the platform the tangential speed increases proportional to the distance from the axis.

where v is tangential speed and ω (Greek letter omega) is rotational speed. One moves faster if the rate of rotation increases (a larger value for ω), and one also moves faster if movement farther from the axis occurs (a larger value for r). Move twice as far from the rotational axis at the centre and you move twice as fast. Move out three times as far and you have three times as much tangential speed. In any kind of rotating system, tangential speed depends on how far you are from the axis of rotation.

When proper units are used for tangential speed v, rotational speed ω, and radial distance r, the direct proportion of v to both r and ω becomes the exact equation

Thus, tangential speed will be directly proportional to r when all parts of a system simultaneously have the same ω, as for a wheel, disk, or rigid wand.

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Submission for Night Shadow Taka Skin

Before the attack, Taka and his family lived a happy and peaceful life in the mountains. A few days later, Taka and his family were attacked a league of assassins. They destroyed his home bringing his parents with it. After the unexpected attack, Taka was the only survivor left in the attack. So a few nights later, a group of old men were walking back home when they saw a little boy sitting on the side of the pathway. They asked the boy what was wrong. The little boy answered and said “Please help me”. So the two old men took the boy home fed him and comforted him until he fell asleep.

The next day, Taka heard the two old men talking to a neighbor about an invasion rising upon them. When they finished talking, they went to Taka and told him to get up because they need to train him for the invasion. Instead of training him about survival, they trained him to become a lethal assassin. Taka has trained for many years learning the skills of his ancestors. When he was ready, he would sneak out and take out enemies from the invasion. One day when got back home,  he saw his teachers dead on the floor. They were killed by the assassin that’s leading the invasion.

Taka decided to avenge the death of those he cared about. By doing so, he assassinated every last one of the members from the invasion. The leader of the invasion somehow learned Taka’s combat skills by watching him as a shadow. When Taka eliminated everyone, the leader attacked him from behind and wounded his back. After a bloody fight, Taka ended the invasion saving his childhood friends. Years later, since Taka lost everything he loved and cared about, he used his abilities to often steal and murder people. So now, he’s known as a murderer. Guards all over the world are looking for him. A few days later, he was seen stealing advanced technology from a very popular facility.  During the theft, he was seen by a couple of armed guards. The guards chased him around the facility.  The chase was on. Taka almost escaped. He was lucky enough to lose and injure one of the guards with his shurikens. Just before the chase, the guards deployed a weapon. That weapon was Elite Force Idris and SAW. SAW was only able to injure Taka by shooting a bullet at his right leg. Idris however was able to capture him with his chakram.

When Taka was captured, he was sent to a robotic facility where Idris and SAW’s life changed. Instead of turning Taka into an Elite Force, they transformed in into a cyborg assassin. Since Taka’s soul and heart were half darkness and light, the scientists weren’t able to change his heart. Now they call him Night Shadow Taka. Taka was more powerful than ever. So he was able to destroy both Elite Force Idris and SAW. The whole building collapsed under them right their brawl. So now Taka now fights for his city. He kills those who poisoned his city with darkness.

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Speed

You use speed on everyday life. Whether you’re slow or fast, you still use speed. Speed can also do unique and amazing things. Let me tell you all about them. Since the Flash can move at super sonic speeds, I will tell you all about his abilities that require speed and those who use speed.

Quantum Tunneling a.k.a Phase Shift:

Also known as phasing, quantum tunneling is the ability to vibrate at such high speeds, and with such intensity, that the user can pass through solid objects like walls. Not only does The Flash have this ability personally, but he can also transfer this ability to objects that he touches. In the New 52’s The Flash #3, The Flash actually used the ability to phase a plane through a bridge to avoid a catastrophe. There is a down side however, as the larger the object affected, the more drained The Flash is once it’s done.

The ability usually renders him invisible to the naked eye due to the fact that he’s vibrating at such a high frequency. The frequency of the vibration must also be correctly calculated, and used correctly. If it is not, the object has a tendency to sort of explode. Since that’s usually not the wanted outcome, the power needs to be used rather carefully. Not every incarnation of The Flash has the same handle on this particular power, so depending upon who they are, they may or may not be able to use this one as effectively as some of the others. Yup, we’re totally calling out Wally West on this one!

SuperHuman Abilities:

The Flash’s ability to tap into the speed force not only enables him to run super-fast and for great distances, but it also has other interesting effects on his body. The speed force gives the user such additional gifts as superhuman endurance, an accelerated metabolism and a decelerated aging process, as well as increased reaction speed and enhanced strength.

One of the most interesting things that comes from all of this, combined with his super speed, is the ability to create the ‘infinite mass punch.’ It is the most powerful punch of all time and is basically like hitting something, or someone, with more force than a meteor. If that’s not enough, his increased speed and reaction time also gives him the ability to throw up to one billion punches per second. When combined, this makes The Flash one of the most formidable and dangerous members of the Justice League.

Time Travel:

Using his abilities to run at, and sometimes beyond, the speed of light, The Flash is able to also move through time. Initially, he used to accomplish this using the Cosmic Treadmill (yup, that is actually a thing!), which helped guide him to the correct place and time. In the pre-Crisis comic books, the treadmill also could transport beings between dimensions to multiple Earths, but it was damaged during the Crisis story arc.

The treadmill requires a great deal of speed to function, turning that speed into vibrations that shift the user through time. No one other than Speedsters in the DC Universe can generate enough speed to use it, so it is often seen as an exhibit in the Flash museum.  Sadly, the cosmic treadmill is no longer required for the Flash to make sure he gets to the precise location he’s aiming for. Wally West figured out that it wasn’t required and he was able to use nothing more than his powers alone to achieve the same effect.

Constructs:

The Speed Force not only has applications where it works through a being that is tapped into it, but it can also manifest itself in physical ways. Wally West discovered this, when he realized that if he concentrated hard enough, he could actually create solid constructs that had real world applications.

He often uses the power to create or enhance his super suit, which is how he stumbled across the power in the first place. He created solid armor that allowed him to run, even with two broken legs. The Flash has also used this power to seal damage to his suit to prevent infection and disease and to create ‘pockets’ to hold various items. He is also able to use this power to repair the super suits of others, altering them so that they are usable by various speedsters. In fact, Wally’s Flash costume is actually a construct that was molded from the Speed Force itself.

Speed Speak:

To outsiders, it sometimes probably seems like being a speedster in the DC universe is like being in a secret club of some kind, given that they virtually have their own language. Because of their increased reflexes and ability to process information, those who can tap into the speed force have the ability to speak with one another at such a rapid rate that, to others it sounds like gibberish and is pretty much indecipherable. Only another being with superhuman cognitive abilities is able to understand what is being said.

This is often used to great comedic effect in the comic books. When The Flash gets excited about something, the words start pouring out of his mouth at an increasingly rapid rate, often baffling whoever he’s conversing with. This ability has yet to manifest itself on the television series, although it would make for a great scene, especially if it involved Cisco and a look of utter confusion.

Inter-Dimensional Travel:

Another side effect of The Flash being able to vibrate his body at the molecular level is the fact that it can help him transfer between dimensions. Much like the Cosmic Treadmill, the intensity and speed of the vibrations cause The Flash to be able to shift to other dimensions, making it easy for him to slip into other worlds and versions of Earth in the DC Universe.

Although it’s not a power that Barry has currently displayed on the CW’s series, it is one that may come into play in the near future. Given that Kara Zor-El and company are technically the heroes in their own version of Earth, at least for now, it would be an easy way for Barry to interact with the folks over there. Of course, given that the Arrowverse likes to do all sorts of crossover events and the like, it won’t be surprising if the Supergirl version of National City somehow ends up being transferred to Earth-1. It just makes everything so much easier, especially for those that are unable to cross dimensions so easily.

Lending and Borrowing Speed:

One of the more interesting effects of the ability to draw from the speed force, is the fact that The Flash can both lend speed to others, as well as borrow speed from them, in order to boost his own powers. He accomplishes the latter by absorbing the kinetic energy stored, transferring it to himself to give himself an extra shot of speed. This is especially useful when he’s dealing with other speedsters, as this transfer involves him tapping directly into the speed force itself. Another cool trick is that he can actually ‘steal’ the kinetic energy from things like bullets in flight, rendering them useless.

Through the same governing principles, he is also able to lend speed to inanimate objects or allies that are already in motion and need a boost. This gives the user temporary super speed, making them almost as fast as The Flash himself. While the effect eventually wears off, it gives whoever The Flash lends the power to the ability to really know what it feels like to be a speedster.

Speed Force Aura:

Under normal circumstances, travelling at the speed of light (and occasionally beyond) without any sort of protection other than your super-suit, would be mighty dangerous. Thankfully, one of The Flash’s more obscure powers is the Speed Force Aura, which is created when he is in full speed ahead mode.

The aura is a protective barrier that forms around his body and clothes that prevents air friction and air-borne particulate matter from affecting him when he’s moving at high velocities. The aura also extends to things and people that he is carrying, protecting them from the forces as well. It absorbs kinetic energy, siphoning some of it off from The Flash as he moves. It also provides a bit of resistance so if he crashes into something, the impact won’t actually kill him. It’s never bad to have a built in air bag when you move at the speed of light.

Rapid Healing:

A bonus of being able to harvest the speed force is that it speeds up everything in the body, including the ability to heal. The increase in the speed of his immune system and metabolism means that he can rapidly heal from even the most grievous of wounds. This is not to say that it’s instantaneous like some other heroes, as it will take some time for the wounds to heal. It’s just a much shorter time than the average person.

On top of that, The Flash is also able to transfer some of that power to others who are wounded, increasing their metabolism and ability to heal. This is not to be confused with regeneration, however. Rapid healing means that the wounded party’s body can rapidly repair tissue and may even be able to regenerate certain cells, but they are unable to regrow missing limbs and the like. Still, it’s not a bad power to have.

Speed Reading:

Because everything, including all the muscles in The Flash’s body and even the speed of his neurons in his brain and nervous system, functions on a much faster level than normal, he is able to obtain immense amounts of information very rapidly. It takes mere seconds for them to read all of the books in a library, for instance, but he is unable to retain the information for long periods of time, as it only stored in the short term memory banks of his brain. He usually uses this skill to find a few relevant facts, which he then shares with someone on his team, who will actually remember the information.

The exception to this little bit of a handicap is Bart Allan, who has a photographic memory and seems to be able to transfer the information into his long term memory. This gives him total recall of every bit of information he’s ever read in his entire life.

Immunity to Telepathy:

It wouldn’t really make a whole lot of sense if The Flash was able to move at such high velocities, but his brain was unable to process what was going on around him. The influence of the speed force also alters the speed at which his brain processes information to match what’s going on with the rest of his body.

This means that his brain and thought patterns move at such a rapid rate that he is immune to basic mind reading and mind control. That’s a pretty handy bit of protection when one of your main adversaries is a highly intelligent, telepathic gorilla. It’s not completely foolproof, however, as the more powerful telepaths, such as Martian Manhunter, can pull vague impressions and images from his mind. It also doesn’t protect from psychic blasts that are meant to hurt or wound him, and that is one way to bring him down.

Change His Voice At Will:

The Flash has control over every part of his body, right down to the molecular level. This makes it easy for him to control various parts of his body at will, often without affecting other parts of his body at the same time.

This becomes especially useful when you’re trying to keep your secret identity, well, secret. The Flash is able to change the vibration of his vocal cords, altering the tone and register of his voice to mask his real identity. Barry does this quite often in the television series, or used to, before everyone and their dog knew that he was actually the Scarlet Speedster. It’s a pretty effective tool that he can employ without a huge amount of effort, and the results are impressive. He managed to fool the girl he grew up with and considered his best friend, for over a year.

Throw Lightning:

One of the benefits of moving at the speed of light is that it does have a tendency to create some cool side effects. The Flash moves at such super speeds that he is actually able to generate his own electricity.

Although he could probably use it as a renewable resource, to, you know, power Central City or something, he’s actually managed to turn it into a weapon to use against his enemies. Basically, he harnesses this energy in the form of a lightning bolt, and tosses it at his enemies. In the television show, Jay taught Barry how to do this and he used it to great effect against the villain Sand Demon, turning him into glass. The Flash has also been known to use the power to shock a person who has become unresponsive. This is a great tool for The Flash to have, as it has real world, physical applications. And being able to create your own weapon in a matter of seconds is pretty handy.

Create Speed Vortexes:

Although the speed force has granted The Flash many interesting, and few unexpected, powers, one the things that he can’t do is fly. But it’s not all bad, because he has figured out a way to use his powers to mimic the effects of flying, at least to a certain extent. The Flash is able to propel his arms and legs fast enough to create a vortex of air when he’s free-falling, creating a cushion of air to soften his landing. Although technically not actually flying, it’s close. These vortexes, or twisters, can also be used as a weapon to propel or push people or objects back.

He can also create larger vortexes by running really fast in a tight circle around people or objects. This can accomplish a number of things; it can suffocate whoever is in the centre by pulling all of the air out, it can levitate whatever is there, or even send it into another dimension.

Speed Scouting:

The Flash actually has the ability to make duplicates of himself because of the timeless nature of the Speed Force. These ‘scouts’ have the ability to move backwards and forwards in time, and even manipulate objects that they come in contact with. They are mentally linked to Bart Allen (the only Flash in the comics to exhibit this power), and once re-merged, can inform of their findings. This is rather dangerous, however, as when one of his scouts was killed, Bart fell into a coma. He hasn’t used the power since.

The television show showed Barry using a version of this power towards the end of season 2, when he used ‘time remnants’ to help defeat Zoom and his evil plan to destroy all the other worlds in the multi-verse. The remnants appearance and use has to do with them being left over from aborted timelines. Whether these are the same phenomena or the show runners are planning on using the actual speed scout idea at a later date has yet to be determined. One thing’s for sure, however. This speed force and time travel stuff can get pretty confusing.

So there you have it, all of the flash’s abilities. More of his abilities may be coming soon.

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The History of all Speedsters

You may have heard of how the Flash got his speed and everything but there are some things you don’t know.

Reverse Flash:

Born on the 25th Century, Eobard Thawne grew up idolizing the flash and studying the legacy of the scarlet speedster. However, as he learned more about the flash, Eobard discovered how his own life was linked to this hero’s: He was destined to become one of Barry Allen’s greatest villains, a revelation that led Eobard to grow unhinged. When he eventually replicated the chemical accident that granted the Flash super speed, Eobard took on a new identity—that of the Reverse-Flash, a wicked subversion of everything the Flash stands for.

Granted with powers and abilities similar to that of the Flash, the Reverse-Flash is unwavering in his determination to oppose and destroy all that’s important to the Flash. His ability to travel through time allows him to attack the Flash at almost any point throughout history. However, he is unable to ever kill the Flash—for the Reverse-Flash would not exist if he killed his own inspiration. Instead, he does everything in his power to torment and torture the hero, an ominous visitor from a future the Flash never could’ve envisioned

The Flash:

Young Barry Allen’s life stopped the minute his mother was murdered. The true killer never found, its mystery obsessed Barry, driving him to become a forensic scientist. Consumed by his work, he spent his life chained to his desk, solving every case that flew across it. But when a freak lightning bolt hits a nearby shelf in his lab, Barry receives super-speed, becoming the Flash. Now, he’ll race up buildings, across oceans, and around the world to get his man—while getting introduced to a world so much bigger than his old life of microscopes and cold cases.

Able to run at near light-speeds, his powers provide the ultimate caffeine kick: He can run up buildings, move so swiftly he phases through objects, create sonic booms with the snap of his fingers—and never need to order delivery. Despite his speed, Barry can become so obsessed with crime-solving he can still lose track of everything else around him, leaving the fastest man alive constantly running a minute behind

Zoom:

Hunter Zolomon’s life was riddled by brutal tragedies. As a child, he discovered his father was a serial killer who also murdered Hunter’s mother after she tried to stop him. This tragedy inspired Hunter to study psychology and criminology, and to join the FBI; but a miscalculation during a case led to the death of his father-in-law. Then, things took a turn for the truly dark after an attack by Gorilla Grodd left Hunter paralyzed. He begged his friend the Flash to go back in time and prevent the attack from happening—and the Flash refused.

Taking matters into his own hands, Hunter attempted to go back in time himself, leading to an accidental explosion, another tragedy—but one that made him more than what he was. Gaining the ability of perceived super-speed and adopting the name Zoom, Hunter dedicated his life to making sure people experienced their own personal tragedy in order to make them better heroes—starting with the Flash.

Zoom is utterly unlike the Flash and other speedsters, both setting him apart and making him one of the most dangerous and challenging of Flash’s foes. His speed doesn’t come from the Speed Force, but from altering his own relative time, slowing or speeding up the world around him, allowing him to run even faster than the Flash. His warped sense of heroism and villainy has led Zoom to continuously threaten not only those closest to the Flash but also countless heroes throughout the DC Universe. But really, he’s just trying to make them better…by any means necessary

Jay Garrick:

A founding member of the Justice Society of America—whose ranks include Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Wildcat, Power Girl and more—Jay was one of the first super heroes of Earth-2, a parallel world to the main DC Universe and home to the heroes of the Golden Age. As the Flash, Jay battled many super-criminals and saved the world alongside his friends numerous times. But he forever changed not only his world, but all worlds when he met his Earth-1 counterpart, Barry Allen. This famous meeting of the Flash of Two Worlds bridged the gap between realities and led to many team-ups, alignments and friendships between the heroes of both Earths. Together, the Flashes would join forces to battle Zoom, the Reverse-Flash, and many other super-villains.

By tapping into the extra-dimensional Speed Force, Jay can move at speeds approaching the speed of light. This power also allows him to have faster than normal reflexes and grants him the ability to vibrate fast enough to obscure his features, preventing the need for him to wear a mask. His experience, compassion and kindness have led him to become a mentor to not only future generations of speedsters, but to countless other heroes throughout the DC Universe

Earth 2:

Imagine, then, what might happen if they were all to fall in the same battle.

Many people would lose hope and drift into despair. But Jay Garrick, Alan Scott, Kendra Munoz-Saunders, Thomas Wayne, Val-Zod and many other men and women of Earth-2 saw it as a calling, rising up to form a new generation of heroes determined to pick up where the previous ones left off. It won’t be easy. Not always trusted by the people of their world, these new heroes will be tested from all sides, never more so than by the beings that destroyed their predecessors in the first place—the evil New Gods of Apokolips. With the fate of Earth-2 on the line, these diverse individuals must put aside their differences and stand together, succeeding where others before them have failed, freeing their world of the threats seeking its destruction. They must do this in Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman’s honor… or risk befalling their fate

Savitar:

A Cold War pilot for a third-world nation, the man who would become known as Savitar was to test a super sonic fighter jet As he reached top speed, his plane was struck by what appeared to be lightning, and he went down in hostile territory. Discovering he could defeat the enemy by moving at super-speed, he became obsessed with it, naming himself after Savitar the Hindu “god of motion”, and dedicating his life to unlocking its secrets. As Savitar studied, he discovered new powers that no other living speedster has mastered. He can protect himself in a null-inertia force field, give speed and Kinetic to objects or people, even those in a “rest state”, and he could also heal his own injuries almost instantly.

Savitar’s obsession gained followers, and he became the leader of a cult. In search of more knowledge, he sought out the only super-speed hero operating at the time: Johnny Quick. This encounter became a battle, the tide of which was turned with the arrival of Max Mercury, who led Savitar toward the Speed force, but caused him to bounce off.

Savitar reappeared decades later to find that his cult had grown in his absence, awaiting his return. He recruited former Blue Trinity member Lady Flash (Christina Alexandrova), and discovered a way to use her speed to divert all energy from the Speed Force to his own army of ninjas. He then sought to eliminate the competition: Flash (barry allen), Impulse, Golden Age Flash (Jay Garrick), Johnny Quick, Jesse Quick, XS, and especially, Max Mercury.

Fortunately, Wally’s direct line to the Speed Force prevented Savitar from stealing his speed, and a coalition of just about every speedster (except for Red Trinity) foiled his plans. Hell-bent on at least destroying the Flash’s world in retribution, he led him on a worldwide race of destruction, until Flash chose to give Savitar what he wanted: union with the Speed Force. His earlier encounter had shown him that the others who had arrived before would deal with Savitar as they saw fit.

In The Flash Rebirth mini-series, Savitar was able to escape from the Speed Force. He was run down by the recently returned to life Barry Allen; however, when Barry touches him, Savitar disintegrates, leaving only a pile of bones. It is revealed that Professor Zoom altered the Speed Force and Barry to make the Flash shift in reverse, cursed to kill every Speed Force user with a single touch, though it seemed to be undone by the defeat of Professor Zoom during the conflict between the two speedsters. Thus far, Savitar, Lady Flash (Lady Savitar at the time) and Johnny Quick have been killed by this effect.

In the New 52, parts of Savitar’s origin are used in the origin of the Top, Roscoe Hynes. Hynes is a World War II pilot testing a prototype plane, but it sucked into the Speed Force dimension and trapped there for many years.

Impulse:

Bart Allen is a fictional superhero in the Dc Comics Universe. Allen first appeared as the superhero Impulse, a teenage sidekick of the superhero the Flash, before later on becoming the second hero known as Kid Flash. The character first made a cameo appearance in The Flash #91 in 1994, while his first full appearance in issue #92, and appeared as the lead character in Impulse (1995–2002) and The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive (2006–2007). In the latter series, the character became the fourth hero to assume the identity of The Flash. Bart also prominently features in the superhero team titles Young Justice and Teen Titans. As the Flash, Bart was also a core character in 10 issues of Justicee League of America

As first conceived by writers, Bart was born in the 30th century to Meloni Thawne and Don Allen, and is part of a complex family tree of superheroes and supervillains. His father, Don, is one of the Tornado Twins and his paternal grandfather is Barry Allen, the second Flash. His paternal grandmother, Iris West Allen, is also the adoptive aunt of the first Kid Flash, Wally West (Bart’s first cousin once removed). Additionally, Bart is the first cousin of XS, a Legionaire and daughter of Dawn Allen. On his mother’s side, he is a descendant of supervillains Professor Zoom and Cobalt Blue as well as the half-brother of Owen Mercer, the second Captain Boomerang. In addition to these relatives, he had a supervillain clone known as Inertia.

For most of his superhero career, Bart was the sidekick to the Wally West version of the Flash. After West’s apparent death in the Infinite Crsis crossover event in 2006, Allen grew up and became the Flash. His tenure as the Flash was brief, and was killed off in issue 13 of his series, The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive. Allen was subsequently absent for nearly two years after his apparent death, but resurfaced—young again—as Kid Flash, in 2009’s Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds After DC revised its continuity in 2011 as part of a company-wide relaunch of its most popular titles, Bart Allen became the alias of ‘Bar Torr, a feared reactionary from the distant future who was sent to the 21st century without his memories, attempting to forge an identity for himself as Kid Flash.

The Rival:

Edward Clariss (also known as the Rival and Rival Flash) first appeared in Flash Comics #104 (February 1949). Dr. Edward Clariss, a professor at the university attended by the Golden Age Flash, has recreated the formula which was behind Jay Garrick’s speed as Velocity 9. He heard Joan Williams talking about how the Flash gave his own speed to another student, which helped him develop the formula. Bitter at the scientific community’s rejection of his claims, Clariss becomes a criminal. A darker version of Flash with a mask over his head, he gives the formula to other criminals. The Rival’s version of the formula is temporary, and he is captured and jailed.

JSA #16 (November 2000) contains a flashback to a battle between the Rival and the Flash several months after Clariss’ first appearance. Clariss, who has inexplicably regained super speed, reaches light speed during the fight and vanishes into the Speed Force. After the reformation of the Justcie Society of Americs 50 years later, Johnny Sorrow retrieves Clariss from the Speed Force and invites him to join the Injustcie Society. The Rival, driven insane in the Speed Force, races across the country on a killing spree. The Flash realizes that the Rival’s path across the country spells out Clariss’ name and the final murder will be Jay’s wife Joan Garrick; Jay absorbs the Rival’s speed before he can kill Joan.

The Rival returns in Impulse #88 (September 2002), posing as Joan Garrick’s doctor. Now pure speed energy, he possesses Garrick’s fellow Golden Age speedster Max Mecury. After battling Jay and Impulse, Max time-travels to an unknown destination. In The Flash :Rebirth #4, Max Mercury escapes from the Speed Force and is rejuvenated by Wally West’s energy; this allows him to return to Earth in a new body. Another Golden Age Reverse Flash is a robot whose only appearance was in one panel of The Flash vol. 2, #134 (February 1998), where he is defeated by Garrick. And he might appear in injustice 2 (Year 2017) The Month hasn’t been revealed

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Intramuros

My family and I visited Intramuros for for education. My siblings and I learned lots of things about intramuros, how it was made, and who had it built. It was was a good trip. We got to study and a vacation. A few days before the trip, we answered a few questions about intramuros. We visited two museums during our trip. We visited a museum where we learned everything about Jose Rizal’s life and what we did. Some pictures showed where Jose Rizal’s body was buried, the clothes he whore during the execution and the books he wrote. One of the picture was very sad kind. It was showing a picture of his mother, Teodora Alonso holding her dead son’s skull. After visiting Jose Rizal’s shrine, we went to BayLeaf Hotel and rested for a bit.

2 hours later, we went out to visit another museum. A museum called, Light and Sound Museum. In the museum we learned everything starting from the beginning which was the construction of Intramuros, to the last which was Jose Rizal’s death. Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado, also known as Jose Rizal was our national hero. At the age of three, he learned and recited the alphabet from A to Z. As he grew older, he was sent to University of Santo of Tomas due to is intelligence. His brother wanted to be sent to the same university at a young age, but his mother said no because his intelligence isn’t as good as Jose Rizal’s growing up.  Josephine Bracken, Jose Rizal’s girlfriend whom he married shortly before his execution. Jose Rizal was able to do many things before his execution. He was able to write poems, Novels and Essays. He was able to make plays such as El Consejo de los Dioses (The council of Gods), Junto Al Pasig (Along the Pasig) and San Euistaquio, Matyr (Saint Eustache, the matyr). A few days before his execution, Jose Rizal was able to see his family one last time. He whispered something into his sister’s ear telling her about a hidden message in the lamp he used in his prison. During his short conversation with his mother, the spanish guards took him away. He wasn’t able to say goodbye to his family. His execution began on December 30, 1896. Spanish soldiers tied him up and told him to look back . Therefore he was shot at the vertebrae and killed at the age of 35. He was executed by the Spanish soldiers due to the rebellion he created. His body was buried at the Paco Park in Manila with initials written the reverse way, R.P.J so the spanish soldiers wouldn’t know where he was buried. The novels he wrote grew famous and is now in libraries as a memory of his work.

Pictures taken during our trip at Intramuros.

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Injustice Gods Among Us Guide

The creators of Mortal Kombat, created Injustice because they were inspired by the game and it made them want to make another just like it. You can play Injustice anywhere. You play it on mobile, Xbox, PS4 and Ps3. There are more than 20 characters to collect on the mobile. You can get them by buying them in the store as individuals, win them from challenges or buy them in booster packs. Every hero has a unique skin but you can’t buy it at the mobile app, but you can buy on consoles. There are 2 types of heroes in this game. There’s the heroes from Justice League that we all know, and there are heroes from Injustice. For example, Batman from Justice league and Insurgency Batman from Injustice. Flash/Flash Regime, Wonder Woman/ Wonder Woman Regime, Superman/Superman Regime, Nightwing/Nightwing Regime, Green Lantern/Green Lantern Regime, Green Arrow/Green Arrow Insurgency, Almost all hero types in Injustice are called Regime but some are Insurgency.

Mobile

In the Mobile app, you can purchase heroes in booster packs or buy them as individuals. In booster packs, you can purchase the Tag Team pack which offers Luchador Bane, Hawkgirl and New 52 Nightwing. There are more booster packs than you can imagine. There is a booster pack known as the Bleed Out Pack which offers Scorpion, Batman returns Catwoman and Regime Aquaman. In the Gold Booster pack, you will retrieve a gold character plus 2 bonus cards.A few months ago, they released a couple of challenges. In challenges, you will need to finish and collect 5 artifacts. If you collect all 5, then you get to add the hero that owns those equipment to your roaster.

 

Xbox 360

The Xbox 360 version is also great. There are lots of modes in xbox I will tell you all of them.

Star Labs

Earn three stars over 240 characters-based missions to set of enemies.

Multiplayer

Local or Online matches are found here. All are one on one.

Single Player

Fight against one on one with all characters.

Battle

Take on a number of single player challenges against a random set of enemies.

Training

Learn the basics of Injustice.

Story

The story mode is a twelve part single player story. Every chapter of the story mode, you will fight with one specific hero. Chapter 1 Batman. Chapter 2 Green Lantern. Chapter 3 Aquaman. Chapter 4 The Joker. Chapter 5 Green Arrow. Chapter 6 Cyborg. Chapter 7 Deathstroke. Chapter 8 Batman. Chapter 9 Lex Luthor. Chapter 10 The Flash. Chapter 11 Wonder Woman. Chapter 12 Superman.

Original Characters: Flash, Batman, Aquaman, Ares, Bane, Black Adam, Catwoman, Cyborg, Deathstroke, Doomsday, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Harley Quinn, Hawkgirl, Joker, Killer Frost, Lex Luthor, Nightwing, Raven, Shazam, Sinestro, Solomon Grundy, Superman and Wonder Woman. Also here are the DLC characters

Lobo, Batgirl, Scorpion, General Zod and Martian Manhunter. They also have lots of Arenas to play in.

Arkham Asylum, Atlantis, Batcave, Ferris Aircraft, Fortress of Solitude, Gotham City, Hall of Justice, Insurgency, Joker’s Asylum, Metropolis, Stryker’s Island, Themyscira, The Watchtower, Wayne Manor and Wayne Manor (Night).

In-Game Unlockables

There are a large number of unlockables in game. These items can be unlocked in the Archives section, which is found in the Bonus Features section from the Main Menu. Access Cards and Armory Keys will be needed to unlock each item. Items include:

Extras: Unlock new battles, hero cards, and xp boosters.

Characters: View each character 3D model with unlocked costumes

Concept Art: Unlock concept art of character and arenas.

Music: Unlock music from different arenas game.

Backgrounds: Interact and view every arena.

Costumes: Unlock alternate costumes using Armory Keys.

Injustice 2

Injustice 2 is the 2nd game created by NetherRealm Studios. The game is coming next year at 2017. They added new heroes and arenas.

Heroes: Deadshot, Blue Beatle, Atrocitus, Gorilla Grodd and SuperGirl. That’s all I know so far about Injustice 2. I will know more once the game is released.

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Vainglory Update 1.19

This update was created a month ago. They added the sunlight, Limited Edition Skin Summer Party Krul and so much more. The added new contract and added new max upgrades for the Travel boots. and quests. Collect quests daily to earn rewards everyday. Also, open the daily reward box on the Season section of your account because, the higher your sunlight level is, the rarer cards you will get. Your sunlight box offers, Ice, Legendary, Epic, Rare and Common Cards, Essence, Glory and Limited Edition skin Summer Party cards. I like this update a lot because, they added amazing things.

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