Fujiko Nanohana

Hall Of Fame!

Survival - 8 Wins!


Alignment: Hero

Team: Solo Hero


Strength: Superior

Agility: Standard

Mind: Superior

Body: Standard


Personal Wins: 8

Personal Losses: 3


You know you can talk about the capes all you want. All the heroes and villains running around with their super powers and fancy outfits saving the world as it were. But what about the heroes nobody talks about? What about the teachers who brave lowtown for crappy pay to try and teach kids who don't want to learn? I'd probably quit if I didn't feel that at least a few of these little monsters has some real potential. I probably should quit anyway, but if at least one of them actually makes something of themselves it's worth it. It's not just mundane hazards anymore either. Oh sure you've got your normal punks with guns and the like but the security guards can usually handle them. But what about all capes-to-be? I've got at least one super-powered kid in every class I teach, and let me tell you not all these kids would decide to use those powers for good. Why just last week little Harold Chan in my algebra class tried mind controlling me into giving him an A on a test he failed. It didn't work on me but not all the teachers here are that resistant. Poor Jim Kinison for example, he had the misfortune to fail the wrong kid one day and now he's in the looney bin because he suffers from nightmares constantly. Coach Janis got his ribcage crushed at wrestling practice two weeks back and that's just the people who've been forced to quit due to injuries. That's not even considering the ones who've just up and quit on their own rather than end up like them. Now we're stuck with wet-behind-the-ears substitute teachers who're too scared by what some of these little monsters might do to them that they refuse to enforce discipline of any kind which only makes things worse for the rest of us regular teachers who have to deal with them after they've already got it into their heads they don't need to listen to us. Well if they come into my classroom thinking it's going to stay this way they're in for a RUDE awakening because I'm not going to stand for it.

You know I don't LIKE having to be tough with these kids. In fact on the first day at least I'm always nice and I try to make it as fun for them as possible. I even warn them ahead of time that I stay nice as long as they stay cooperative but apparently the little pikers don't care to do things the easy way. A few of them have gotten it into their head that they can try intimidating me to, but they're about to find that I don't scare easy.

No Mind Probes

     Mental Defense: Ultimate

  • Reinforced Defenses


Okay kids, new addition to the student guidelines here. I wish it hadn't been necessary to spell it out this plainly for you all but apparently it is. Mind probing the teacher counts as cheating. As such if caught you will be failed on the assignment immediately and possibly expelled. It's a waste of time anyway since I have a naturally resistant brain. However that doesn't mean I won't feel you doing it so lets just say you shouldn't even think about it.


No passing notes!

     Detective: Superior


Alright then, my next point to you bunch. Mundane cheating is just as bad as meta- cheating. That means no note passing, no sneaking peaks at other people's papers, no letting people sneak looks at your papers, and all that sort of thing that we've been telling you not to do since you started school. If you try this I WILL catch you eventually, if you don't then you've got nothing to worry about but getting your assignments done.


Teacher's Aids

     Commander: Supreme


Kids I'd like you to meet Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum. Anyone who can tell me where the reference comes from? No? Nevermind then. What you should know is that these two are a pair of MB-9700 Maim-Bots and they will be serving as my teaching aides this year. This is partly to help my own workload and also to make sure none of you lot with superhuman strength and such decide to get overly cute with me. All introduced then? Great, welcome to JOE BIGG GUNNS high.


Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum

     Commander: Supreme

  • Multi-Attacks


You know, she's not like a lot of the other teachers. For one thing most of the other teachers don't have combat robots bristling with all manner of unpleasant pointy things as their aids. They're not cheap stuff either. I've seen Bruno MacAullife bench-press a small car but even he's seemed properly intimidated since the day those things went off on him for attempting to intimidate the teacher.


On the Fly Lesson Plans

     Tactician: Ultimate


Okay, now for today's lesson we were going to learn a little bit about silver. Unfortunately I just found out this morning that we've got a half-dozen lycanthropes in this class. So no silver, not to worry though since now we get to learn about that ever so amusing substance magnesium. Now those of you with light sensitive eyes should don the goggles supplied for you and don't look directly at the strip.


Snooze 101

     Induced Sleep: Superior

  • Auto-Hit Attack
  • Area Affect


Now boys and girls, I'd just like you to know that these lessons can be done one of two ways. I'd prefer the first method, where I make learning a fun and enjoyable experience and good times are had by all. On the other hand if you push my buttons the wrong way I can make them a nightmarishly boring experience sure to have your eyelids, and consequently your GPA, dropping like a stone. Are we perfectly clear?