Stardust Creators Week of January 31st

Stardust Creators Week of January 31st

So if anyone reading this has been actively following the manga, you've probably noticed how recently the current arc has been getting really good. Know what else started recently? My articles. I think Hirohiko Araki saw my articles and so inspired by his fans that he decided to make the manga the best he could. So in order to keep up the quality of the manga, let's continue with this week's Stardust Creators.

So this week, the super powers wiki decided to immediately give me something workable with "Plant Spike Projection," which is described as "The ability to project spikes of plant-matter." The page lists the capabilities as "The user can create and project needles/spikes of plant-matter to impale targets. These spikes can be projected in mid-air or generated from the ground; potentially creating a trail of needles.". Now, I feel that there needs to be some sort of restriction on how the plant spikes could be created, and I'll get to that later. For the random song title, I got the song "More Than This" by Roxy Music, which is a song I have never heard of before writing this article, so there's no way I'm going to be able to relate the stand ability to the song title.

Now earlier I mentioned a restriction I wanted to put on the stand power. I would restrict it so that the plant spikes could only be created where there was already a living plant (except for grass, because that would be way too broken). The way I imagine the fight going is that the protagonists would end up in a flower shop, or some sort of public garden area, only to be attacked by these plant spikes. The fight would end with them leveling the whole location, as it would be the only way to escape all the plants. It would all end in a humorous sequence where the heroes would need to escape the police as they just destroyed a massive amount of property for seemingly no reason.

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