Design a Superhero Costume and We'll Give You an Arch Nemesis

By: Lauren Lubas

Design a Superhero Costume and We'll Give You an Arch Nemesis
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About This Quiz

We're going to miss The Avengers when they're gone, and we only have one movie left to say goodbye. We've already had to say goodbye to too many of them. For a franchise that was 11 years in the making, there were a lot of ups and downs, and a lot of great memories over the last decade. Many of us grew up with these superheros, and now, it's hard to see them go. However, we do have the opportunity to keep the fun, action, and excitement of superhero life alive by creating our own superhero... one that we can be. 

However, if you really want to be a superhero, you need two things. First, you need the costume. A superhero's costume tells a lot about what they do, what their attributes are, and who they are. The second thing you need as a superhero is an arch nemesis. This is the villain that you are constantly battling. Somehow, this villain is behind all of your troubles and issues. Your arch nemesis is generally your complete opposite. They will torture you, terrorize your territory, and kidnap your loved ones. 

If you don't know where to start when it comes to understanding your arch nemesis, design the perfect super hero costume for you, and we'll tell you who your arch nemesis is.

Does your costume have a cape?
No. I don't fly.
No. It isn't necessary.
Yes, I need it to fly.
Yes, and it has magic powers.

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What is the most prominent color on your uniform?
Red
Black
Blue
White

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How tight is your costume?
Very, very tight.
It's tight.
It's snug, but I can move freely.
Not tight at all.

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What magical powers does your costume have?
Regenerative properties.
Inflammable.
It flies.
It can change colors.

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Which of these is on your utility belt?
A can of pepper spray.
A grappling hook.
A gun.
Hand cuffs.

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What kind of footwear are you using?
Boots.
Sandals.
No footwear.
Nanobots.

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What emblem is on your costume?
A symbol of my people.
The peace sign.
My name in Japanese.
An animal.

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Does your costume cover your entire body?
Yes, but it is like a second skin.
No. Just the major parts that offend people.
Yes, and the cape is down to my ankles.
No, my arms are showing.

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What material is used to make your costume.
Indestructible polymer.
Leather and spandex.
All spandex, but the cape is jersey.
Nanobots.

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Do you carry a shield?
No, that's not necessary.
Yes. It protects me.
No. It's too heavy.
Yes. I like to be on the defense.

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Which weapon are you carrying?
Just my bare hands.
Several small items on my utility belt.
A hammer.
A sword.

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If your suit was splashed with acid, what would happen.
It would run off and not affect me.
It would melt away.
It would smoke but not burn.
It would absorb the acid and not affect me.

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How heavy is your suit?
Not heavy at all.
Completely weightless.
Pretty heavy.
It weighs a lot, but supports itself.

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What are the accent colors of your costume?
Yellow and blue.
Violet and Pink.
Black and black.
Gray and red.

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How do you clean your suit?
It doesn't need to be cleaned.
I hand wash it.
It goes in the washing machine.
It cleans itself.

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Who made your costume?
My mom.
I made it myself.
A secret spy.
It was given to me by the previous superhero.

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What is your range of motion in your costume?
Enough to kick and punch.
As wide as if I were naked.
Not very wide.
Wide enough for me to block during fights.

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Which of these features does your costume have?
A built-in air conditioning system.
Spikes.
A utility belt.
Voice activation.

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Does your suit have a helmet?
No. I don't need one.
No, but I have a headband.
Yes, to protect my hair.
Yes, it's made of nanobots.

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Do you have a mask?
Yes, it covers my face.
No, but I wear face paint.
Yes, to protect my eyes.
No. I don't need one.

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How do you put your suit on?
With baby oil.
By myself.
Someone helps me.
It puts itself on me.

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What is on your hands?
Part of my suit.
Powerful gloves.
Wrist cuffs.
Nothing.

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Is the area around your crotch a different color than the rest of your suit?
Yes, it's one of the accents.
No, but there is a protective barrier there.
Yes, just because it looks cool.
No. That's weird.

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What area does your costume enhance the most?
My legs.
My Abs.
My arms.
My pecs.

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When you put your costume on, does your hair change?
Yes, it gets gelled back.
Yes, it gets more flowy.
Yes, it is completely covered.
No, but no one can see it.

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Are you going to use this suit to hide your identity?
Yes. I don't want anyone to know who I am.
No. Everyone already knows who I am.
Yes. I have two different lives.
No. I don't care who finds out.

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What kind of technology is used to make your suit?
Alien technology.
No technology.
Cutting edge science.
Nanobots.

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What is your costume's main weakness?
Heat.
Cold.
Acid.
Nuclear explosion.

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Does your suit have autonomous features?
No. I have to do everything.
No. It isn't that complex.
Yes. I designed it that way.
Yes, the nanobots can create extra offense and defense.

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Is your costume created with a sidekick in mind?
No. I work alone.
Yes, it has a lot of versions.
No. It is singular.
Yes. I will need help.

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