Super Sunday: Wallfixers 2
It’s the season of exams and final essays, so I’m going to revisit the Order of the Wallfixers, the group of alien wizards I use when I am running behind on sketches:
On Drinnz’s homeworld, travel between the universes has been known and utilized for generations, so when Drinnz was approached by the Wallfixers who had detected his potential for extreme cosmic magic, there was less culture shock than most new Wallfixer recruits go through. Drinnz quickly caught on and became a hero of great renown among the many species and universes in his neck of the woods, then he used that fame became a politician. Now a high-ranking Chief and uses that position to try to promote causes that benefit the Wallfixers. He’s also a frequent target for assassination attempts by criminals from all over the multiverse.
Plplppow was born in a particularly crime-ridden neighborhood, where it seemed like the only way out was to become a criminal yourself, or die a victim. Plplppow proved them wrong by developing magical powers that only occur once in ever several billion sentient beings. Nobody had thought of that one. Plplppow was quickly recruited by the Wallfixers and had no qualms about leaving her scumhole home to find adventures. And so far, she hasn’t made any plans to go back.
Plplppow, like Lupplol from last time, is a Pllvm. But Plplppow is from an Alternate Universe Pllvm Homeworld. I think that, among the Wallfixers, Pllvm are the most common species. They and their alternate homeworlds take the place of what would be humans and alternate Earths if this group had been made by someone who thought humans were worth reading about, instead of by PDR.