Angst where something happens to Trini when Rita attacked Ervin her house and Kim finds out OR since Trini wasn't seen much in the final battle beside the megazord something happens to her and Kim is worried
Over a thousand words, oops? Anyway, enjoy!
At first, Kimberly didn’t think anything was wrong. Sure, she understood that after being attacked in your own home by a psychopath like Rita must’ve been traumatic but Trini didn’t seem like she was that shook by it.
After a week, though, the signs came.
First, it was the bags under her eyes. Trini would come to school, exhausted, with bags under her eyes the colour of coal. It was like Trini wasn’t sleeping…at all. It worried Kim but she hoped that Trini would come to her—them, the team—when she was ready.
Except, that didn’t happen. Instead, things got worse.
Suddenly, Trini seemed even more withdrawn than before. Before the Power Rangers formed, people still knew who Trini was. Now, though, nobody could tell you where she was at any given moment. The two weeks they trained, Trini and Kim—Trini and the team—had gotten closer, they’d bonded.
Now? Well, now it was like Trini was a ghost. She spoke to no one more than absolutely necessary, shied away from Kim’s touch, she simply…removed herself from attachments.
That should’ve been enough of a hint as to what was going on but, nonetheless, it got worse. Except this was the point Kim realized, something was definitely wrong. She just didn’t know what.
The other three were inspired by animals right? if so, i'd like to know what kinds.
They were roughly inspired by animals. Some more closely resembling what they were inspired off of and some just taking some characteristics. River had their own reasons for each animal skull, but we paired them with their “hosts” for certain characteristics we think fit them.
His blaster is like the one we see in game. For our design it was based on a canine skull. Sans gets canine because they are loyal and selfless, also make great companions and protectors.
Pap’s has characteristics of a Horned Lizard. He’s got lizard because they are survivalist, kinda like himself. His is also one of the widest blasters. Great to nap on.
Ding’s blaster is based off of a crow. We put a crow to him because they are smart af and very fast learners, just as he is. He also really likes birds.
Now while we might not consider Rivers blaster to be an animal… Not everyone agrees with that. I’m sure it’s pretty easy to figure out what Rivers blaster was modeled after .
As for why we gave them that kind of blaster… Well I guess it’ll be clear in due time.
Do you think that some cabins have demigods with powers that fall in the range of their parent's, but is completely opposite the rest of their half-siblings? Say, an Apollo kid who makes people sicker or a an especially hyperactive Hypnos kid?
Yes! That’s something I fully support, because each reaction has an equal and opposite reaction, meaning for each possible power there is an opposite power, within reason. I think it depends on how the god manifested themselves upon meeting the mortal parent. The Twelve Olympians are gods/goddesses of multiple things, such as Hermes being the god of travelers and thieves. In a very simplified example, if you met Hermes at like a hostel vs if you met him on a heist of some sorts.
I think that in part explains the variance in powers, and how most children would have very similar powers, like a lot of Apollo kids are healers due to their parents meeting Apollo in a situation where he was a doctor or a healer of some sort.
However, that’s just a hypothesis. I’m sure there’s also a variance of randomness in there, because god’s don’t have DNA so there’s no hereditary traits. But, that brings up the question of how demigods get any traits from the parents like all Hermes kids having the same mischievous look annnnd now I’m getting off topic and geeking out over genetics.
But yeah, I totally support polar-opposite demigod powers.