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A collaborative superhero universe, where your characters can interact with other creators' characters and create vast stories, akin to the Deviant Universe. There is one caveat: all members must be trans-friendly, as this group in the end will hopefully work towards possibly giving money to trans charities. What would fit under this group's definitions of trans (and for better keyword optimization): transgender, transsexual, transwoman, transman, nonbinary, genderqueer, genderfluid, asexual, intersex, and more I know I'm forgetting.
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Founded 4 Weeks ago
Mar 26, 2017

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Character submission guidelines

This group will run on monthly challenges (of which you aren't pressured to participate in), and to do so, each participant should put up at least one character. As the title of this says, this is about the submission guidelines:

You don't have a limit on the amount of characters you can submit. However, I suggest you indicate your primary character(s), so others can know who you will most likely be using in challenges. Heroes, villains and others are all permitted.

If you want to submit a fan character, some alterations would have to come into play: their name and history can't reference them being a fan character (a Kryptonian can become an unspecified alien, for instance), and that universe can't interact with everyone else (so, Batman can't show up in a challenge page, for instance, unless the challenge specifically says that one draw characters from outside the group's universe).

Use the templates in the Templates gallery. The colors are: Yellow is heroes, Red is villains, Green is others. Please try not to put "see below" only in a field, and instead actually put something there. Extra info can still go in the description, though. If your character doesn't have a "civilian" look, that section can be left blank.

Your character's entry must have an image in the first image field at least and be in color. Challenges won't need to be submitted in color, but said aspect is important for those who draw your characters and use color.

I hope this isn't too strict. Let me know if it is.

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Transworlds Comics logo (large version) by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics logo (small version) by ShastaB24
Templates
Transworlds Comics character template: villain by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics character template: other by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics character template: hero by ShastaB24
Characters
Transworlds Comics: Axyridis by lizard-socks
Transworlds Comics: Agent Z946 by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Mineral by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Alpin Aneat by ShastaB24
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Challenges
It's a bit late (almost mid-month!), but I did want to formally make this request for characters to be submitted.  Next month, I want to do the first challenge, but said challenge requires people to have characters in the gallery.  Grab the requisite template, draw a reference picture (or use a picture of you character you've already drawn--it doesn't have to be an exclusive picture to the group, though a new picture may need to be drawn if using a fan character whose look is intrinsically linked to that universe) with an optional picture of the character in civilian guise (even if your character wears a costume, this is optional for now, as the focus is to simply get your characters up, and that can be filled into the bio later--the May challenge would involve the characters in their normal heroic garb), and fill out the template with all the info you can put up.

Characters can be trans, cis, non-binary, etc.  Magical girls, sentai, and other such manga-type protagonists are definitely welcome!  They're superheroes, too.  Just don't put up any character who isn't yours or can't be separated from a universe that isn't yours.  If you only have fan characters, simply change aspects to divorce the character from the universe they were created for.  An example (note: I don't make fan characters, so the one below is just an off-the-cuff random pairing/character):

A hypothetical fan character - Supergem, aka Agate Kent, the child of Superman and a gem from Steven Universe.  Fights crime with a gem in their chest that is shaped like Superman's S shield.

A hypothetical alteration for Transworlds - Supergem (the name might be generic enough), aka Agate (their last name never revealed, or it could be a simple change, like naming after the philosopher Immanuel Kant), the child of two non-human parents, one of whom had great physical powers (strength, durability, flight, energy emission through the eyes) and the other biologically fused to a jewel that granted powers of shapeshifting and an ability to create a weapon of some sort of energy, with Agate getting abilities from both sides.  Fights crime with the jewel shown on their chest exposed (if a shield-like look, not an angular shield like Superman's).

Alternatively, if you don't have a character of your own that you feel right using, you can also mine the public domain and open source superheroes for one that interests you.  There are a couple wikis that can be helpful for this: Public Domain Super Heroes (pdsh.wikia.com which has both public domain and open source characters, though, despite the name, features more than superheroes with literary, sci-fi, fantasy, jungle, Western, and such characters) and Open Source Super Heroes (ossh.wikia.com which mainly has characters that are also on the previous, but a few that either haven't made it to PDSH or are exclusive to OSSH).  Just remember: some public domain characters need one to tread lightly in using them (there's a version of Captain America in the public domain, though it's best to not call him Captain America, for instance) and most open source characters have some caveats to creating them (crediting the original creator or including a specific paragraph in their use are two of the examples).  For the time being, an open source character can have, as a placeholder image (until the user draws them for themselves), the image used in their wiki profile (though it is highly encouraged to draw them yourself, and if not, as soon as possible--and in any event, it's best to have a picture that shows the character from head to toe).

So let's get these things going, because then we can all see your lovely characters!
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