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Post by Hisashi Satou on Jan 7, 2019 2:43:25 GMT
FACTION NAME: Kigurumi Rangers
FACTION AFFILIATION: Vigilantes
FACTION ORIGIN: One afternoon in Ueno Manor, Aili was allowed to watch one of the Ranger Hero TV Specials with her dad and since then, she had all but one idea. And so, with her Vigilante Costume, her best friend, and lot's of begging out of her poor butler, she had convinced him to help create and manage what would soon be known as the Kigurumi Rangers.
FACTION GOAL/PURPOSE: The Kigurumi Rangers are a non-lethal capture Vigilante group run by Hisashi Satou, better known as Wiretap, with the goal of training reckless teenagers (who are going to go out and become vigilantes anyway) how to control and master their quirk while on the field. Although the leader doesn't condone Vigilantism, he'd rather everyone know what they're doing out on the field instead of getting in over their head and killing themselves in the process.
On the outside, they seem a bit more like a "Scout" group of sorts; full of youths who go around picking up trash around the neighborhood, helping old ladies cross the street, and running errands for other people. However, on the inside, The Kigurumi Ranger's primary function is to stop villains by night and scour the streets all over Japan for any sign of danger. They also hope to help teach their members quirk control and other survival skills needed when working to keep them safe even when away from their leader.
Most of the Kigurumi Rangers are people Hisashi hears about on the news or on message boards who are recklessly doing Vigilante work and purposely (or Incidentally) putting themselves in danger. Because of this, themselves as members don't have a solid one ideology they follow, however, as a group they foster the idea of companionship, capture over murder, and problem solving over simply fighting.
The Core Belief of the Kigurumi Rangers is The Three T's or to put simply; "Try To Tolerate" or "Let's try to tolerate others!" The purpose of this saying is to try and keep the louder kids from getting upset when people don't treat them like a proper vigilante group. Hisashi isn't about to pretend that it's easy to take a bunch of teenagers in mythical animal hoodies seriously. Another meaning of the Three T's is the idea to give mercy to villians instead of killing them and to "Tolerate" them as a human to human. "Be Human First" was going to be the core belief, but Aili swiftly rejected it because it didn't sound cool enough.
FACTION UNIFORM: While a Kigurumi Ranger, you dawn an animal hoodie that represents the creature and color of your title. Other than that however, how the hoodie looks is entirely up to you based on what you think would work best for your character.