- Black Canary
- Black Lightning
- Captain America
- Far Out
- Ghost Fox
- Jack Flag
- Miss Martian
- Miss Marvel
- Moon Maiden
- Nick Fury
- Poison Ivy
- Power Woman
- Red Sonja / Mary Jane Watson
- Topaz and Voodoo Lounge
- White Queen
- Wonder Woman
Back in the 1980's, the Black Canary patrolled Gotham City. The leather- and fishnet-clad vigilante prowled the city on a motorcycle, solving crimes that were too esoteric for the GCPD and busting up criminals the hard way.
Around 2010, after an absence of 20 years or so, the Black Canary has returned to Gotham. Same look, newer bike, same attitude. And she doesn't look like she's aged a day. While the Canary works primarily in Gotham, she's also been known to help out up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
For those who pay attention to such things, it isn't too difficult to work out that Black Canary's activities are pretty central to a certain part of Gotham City. (See +flaw/all bcan) And in completely unrelated news the Sherwood Florist, a nice little flower shop, has changed hands from mother to daughter, Dinah Laurel Lance.
Jefferson Michael Pierce is a well known Olympian. Well versed in various track and field events, he metaled by the age of 18 (no golds) and then returned four years later to win a gold in the Decathlon - join the strong US tradition of winning this event, putting his name alongside the likes of Bruce Jenner and Dan O'Brien. He is currently a teacher in the Southside Slums neighborhood of Metropolis but still does product endorsements and takes interviews as requested as well as giving commentary to various sporting events as a guest host.
Black Lightning is a new figure in the Southside Slums, making an effort to fight the like of the 100, trying to keep drugs and crime away from the people there so they have a better opportunity to succeed.
From beat cop to patrol to vice to leader the millennium anti-cult division, Grant Bogart's career in the Gotham City Police Department forces began early, shot for the sky and ended in a muffled scandal around a hostage situation gone wrong.
Now retired, Bogart runs Jade Eye Inc, his private eye agency located in Gotham's Chinatown. He also owns the building and the family business, the Jade Dragon pawn shop.
Over the years, Bogart earned himself a notoriety for bending the rules to his advantage and being untrustworthy, both sides of the law. Many expect Bogart to be terminated by an old adversary in the years to come.
Bombshell made a name for herself at quite a young age. Not many young teenage girls go around robbing banks with their mother. The mother/daughter bank robbing duo was front page headlines a few years ago. There wasn't a bank in New York or Gotham that was safe from their rampage. They were finally captured by some street level heroes. The mother, Lori Baumgartner, was sent to prison while the daughter disappeared from the radar.
Xavier students would probably know some of this to (but not the dirty details) and would be quite familiar with her belligerent attitude and potty mouth.
Captain America is a publicly loved figure, especially among WWII and other veterans. As popular as the Superman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern of the day, Cap's niche was to take the fight to the Axis in Europe alongside the Invaders and those members of the JSA and All-Star Squadron who were immune to effects of the Spear of Destiny. Cap openly opposed the Nazi terrorist Red Skull and his forces more than any other 'mystery-man' of the era.
Captain America appeared sporadically after a brief absence in the 50s and 60s, but media access to him was not significant. He eventually faded from public view until the September 11 attacks, after which he reappeared and is once again an outspoken advocate for freedom, liberty and justice. The general populace attributed this to McCarthyism and the Spectre's Judgement, but those with VERY high government clearance might be able to find out there were government-sponsored impostor Captains America post WWII until September 11th and their exposure to the media was purposely limited.
Captain/Commander Steve Rogers is known to some in SHIELD circles as an agent with an Army background. Again, only the very very high up know Rogers is Captain America and that he was found in the ice and revived by SHIELD.
Brooklyn freelance artist Steve Rogers is just a really nice guy, you know?
Currently the number of people who know Selina is also Catwoman numbers at one, perhaps. All that's publicly known about her is that she's a rising star in the Gotham City social scene and a philanthropist who has made the conservation of big cats her life's calling. Anything beyond that is still a mystery.
Really cool chick.
While no one actually knows about Ghost Fox, her 'host'/earthly persona is known.
Naenia Suen is a young violinist who holds a high seat with the New York Symphony (Philharmonic). In her early 20s, she not necessarily the youngest, but she's had a chair for a couple of years and currently holds 3rd seat. Those truly interested in the symphony might also know she attends graduate school at NYU (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at the Manhattan Campus). Students might know her the same, especially math grad students, she's in her early years there and laying foundations towards her thesis work as a doctorate student.
Kate Bishop is a well-known heiress and philanthropist around the high society circles of NYC. Her father, Derek, is a powerful publishing magnate and loves to throw his weight and money around. Kate's gathered some of her own fame after being one of the youngest archers to make it on the US Olympic team in 2012. She's currently finishing up her first year at Columbia as a Criminal Justice major.
Hawkette is a dash of purple who's never really been seen or heard from. She's stopped a few muggings and rapes around Central Park and does her best to tip off the police when necessary. Not much else is known about the mysterious purple woman.
Daimon Hellstrom, aka "Hellstorm, the son of Satan" hasn't been heard of publicly since World War II where he was an active mystery man working alongside the Allies to combat the nefarious plots of Hitler's supernatural evils. He mainly worked out of England; however, when the Spectre put the kibosh on the super world, he abruptly disappeared and was not heard of until recent days.
Mystical circles may know: Over the years, a Hellstorm cult popped up and drew many fanatical followers who would gain residence to Hellstrom's home in Massachusetts. There they operated for many years until recently when those in the know could have heard that they were all slaughtered by the return of the master of the house. Those circles may also know that Hellstorm has recently returned to the Earth plane.
General populous may know: Though he's kept a low profile, he has re-established his supernatural investigation agency and runs a weekly ad in the major newspapers of the world. So if someone wished to hire him to investigate a supernatural event, they would dial 1-800-SON-OF-SATAN.
Other circles of influence and power may also know that Hellstorm is active in the New York branch of the Hellfire Club. Spending time in the club and enjoying his return to splendor.
The best way to establish RP with Hellstorm is to page him and say, "Hey, let's RP." If he's around and able, he'll be glad to get into a scene with just about anyone. Please keep in mind of his motivations. Parties, debauchery, exorcisms, demon or angel eviction, supernatural supers and capers, destroying evil, and all around fun.
The Huntress is a new arrival in Gotham. Anyone paying attention will quickly conclude the woman has a (major) bone to pick with the Mob. Already the body count is on the rise since first sightings. All of her targets are either grievously wounded or killed with bolts fired from a crossbow.
Helena Bertinelli grew up in Gotham for a while as a child. After the death of her family she went overseas to the finest boarding schools in Italy and later Switzerland. She attended university in Palermo Sicily. She has recently returned and works as a substitute teacher in the Gotham school system. She does not seem to be a socialite despite the entitlement her education and studying aboard would typically suggest for a woman as herself in Gotham.
So, long story short - Jack Harrison is some whacko that started a civvie vigilante group called Stars and Stripes. Some sort of Captain American fanboy club that helps citizens, makes up foot patrols, a 'real world super hero' movement type concept. In conjunction with this civvie group, he had his back broken and was bound to a wheelchair. He was arrested and sentenced to 10 years, federal prison, in connection to a criminal organization known as Kobra. En route to the final prison where he was to serve, the transport is hit by Kobra raiders and Jack Harrison is one of the 'freed' individuals. Along with other Kobra members also being transported to that prison.
Jack Harrison was recently scene, by few who might actually remember him, with Vance Astrovik, that 70s era astronaut returned to earth with stories of space adventures with some job called Guardians of the Galaxy. Also, he no longer needs a wheelchair it seems.
His alter ego (secret identity) - Jack Flag, a stars and stripes caped crusader, has done a few vigilante esque hero calls but nothing to stand out as a regular super hero type. Not enough to really be recognized even save by a few people that might have seen him. Jack Flag has been showing up about as long as that Jack Harrison has been spotted talked with Vance recently.
So far this massive red-clad villain is unknown. He hasn't even worn his costume in public, meaning it's impossible to tell him from any other tall redhead built like a tank.
1977, America launched one of its last deep space probes. Aboard this compact starship, a lone astronaut Major Vance Astrovik was to experience cosmic forces beyond all comprehension. In a freak mishap his life support systems were frozen by temperatures beyond imagination. Ranger 3 was blown out of its planned trajectory into an orbit 1000 times more vast. An orbit which was to return Vance Astrovik to Earth 500 years later.
No way, hold the phone, that's not at all right; but it sounded great and the media ran with it.
In reality, Vance Astrovik was indeed an astronaut and was launched into space on a deep space probe back in the late 70s. However, it was a test flight and he was to return to Earth a few days later. Instead, the probe was lost on the dark side of the moon and Major Vance Astrovik was never heard from again?
Well of course, until now. Two weeks ago Major Astrovik has returned to Earth. The media got wind of this development when Astrovik presented himself to NASA for debrief. Within a few days, the story was leaked to the media that Astrovik's probe slipped into an unseen wormhole and he found himself on the other side of the galaxy where he met an interacted with various alien species. It is said that he joined an organization called the Guardians of the Galaxy and after many years of adventures he has returned to Earth, his home.
Astrovik's photos have shown up in the media and he presents as a early 30s male (not a man in his 60s). Perhaps the cryogenic sleep did wonders for his skin.
PS: I could have totally gone with the intro for Farscape instead of Buck Rogers.
Mirage, a/k/a Danielle Moonstar, very few people outside of certain social circles know who Danielle Moonstar is. Past and present staff and students of Xavier's School and a mulitude of SHIELD agents, and possibly a few SHIELD enemies know who she is.
Outside of those groups she is pretty much a non-entity.
The past and present faculty and students of Xavier's School would know Danielle as one of the first students to attend there. She graduated a few years ago and she went to SHIELD Academy. They woudn't know exactly what she does for SHIELD, only that she works for them in some capacity.
The people at SHIELD; well some will know every detail including what she had for breakfast, others would just know that she was a fellow agent that is from the mid-west and graduated from some prep-school in New York. The latter probably won't know that she is also a metahuman. It all depends on the individuals security clearance and if they bother to check her records.
For all intents and purposes, Megan Morse is relatively unknown. Those about the Xavier Institute might know that she is a (way too happy) telepath, and a shapeshifter of some kind - she often hangs around the place all green, after all - and a fabulous baker of confections, often bestowing those gifts upon the student body, and that she is cheer captain in a pep squad for the school.
The public might know her as that 'green flying girl' that shows up to fight crime every so often more than anything, Megan hasn't taken on the Miss Martian name - and she may never.
Those with governmental connections might know a little more. For one, Megan arrived on Earth in an organic starship of fantastic design recently, and claimed to be from Mars, that planet that has been dead for milennia. A full record of her powers and things (as of now) was demonstrated for the Department of Extranormal Operations, and after a thorough interrogation, M'Gann M'orzz was allowed to assume the identity of Megan Morse and attend the Xavier Institute.
Mary Bromfield has a minor reputation, known mostly to the girls at the Dominican Academy. She's finished her sophomore year, is on the honor role, and works hard as a cheerleader there. She's not overly popular because she always does what's right and proper and is always eager to learn. Mary's naivete has been preyed upon by the older girls many times. Mary doesn't care and continues to go and do what she believes is right.
Miss Marvel is relatively new to the heroing scene. She tends to stay mostly in the New York City area but was recently spotted assisting the Justice League in a relocation attempt of the population of Isla Suerto. She'd also been seen assisting Power Woman in putting out a nasty fire at JFK Airport.
The Moon Maiden made her public debut in 2010 and was one of the first powered, costumed heroes to step onto the world stage in the new Age of Heroes. She is one of the United States premier heroes and also well respected in other countries around the world. While she is best known for fighting crime, Moon Maiden spends most of her time helping out with natural and manmade disasters and in helping to promote and aid worthy charities.
Despite her rather public face as the Moon Maiden, Laurel's identity remains secret. It is known her first name is Laurel and she has claimed in interviews to be "from the moon". She has also publically stated that her powers allow her to manipulate the moon's gravitational field, giving her a form of telekinesis she calls lunarkinesis. Beyond that, Laurel hasn't shared more intimate details of her life.
Anyone with access to classified government records will be able to find out that she is, in fact, Laurel Klein, the adopted daughter of famed astronaut Hugh Klein (the last NASA astronaut to step foot on the moon), and she is, in fact, from the moon - found there as a baby by Hugh.
Who is Nick Fury?
During World War II, Colonel Nicholas "Nick" Fury (a white guy, no eye patch) led the Howling Commandos, a ragtag special operations unit comprised of specialists from multiple allied countries. The Howling Commandos are one of the most famous units to participate in the war. Only, perhaps, Sgt Rock and his Easy Company are better known. That Nick Fury is probably dead.
Director Nicholas "Nick" Fury (black guy, eye patch) is the head of SHIELD, an international United Nations run intelligence agency. His identity as such is publicly known as he reports directly to the UN Security Council. However, there are those who say he could not possibly be the real head of SHIELD since no spy can have a publicly known identity.
The relationship between the two Nick Furies is unknown - if there is, indeed, a connection ata ll.
Dr. Pamela Isley is a well-known botanist with experience in radical research and testing using plant cells, instead of stem cells, in the use of healing and treating all sorts of human ailments. None of her theories have been proven yet, but she's working a study being funded by Gotham University in order to hopefully do so.
Nothing is known of anyone named Poison Ivy as of yet, though Robinson Park seems to be getting rather overrun with growth for such an odd Spring season.
Karen Lee Starr is somewhat well known in tech circles and science academia, as a young wunderkind and genius who has been impressing in science education for over a decade, and as the developer of WarldWatching, one of the most popular social media apps and platforms across most all existing platforms. She has used the money and rep from WorldWatching as seed to start her own company, StarrWare, Inc., with her father - apparently a long-time programmer and white-hat hacker for hire - as CEO. Why? Because Karen is only 20 years old, a junior at Metropolis University. And StarrWare has quickly risen to prominence developing wearable tech and accessories, including their StarrGaze smart glasses (a much-improved derivation of the RL Google Glass idea) and StarrTel smart watches.
Power Woman is an extremely well-known premiere heroine of the new Age of Heroes. She debuted early in 2010 with a splashy save of a crashing experimental airliner in Metropolis, and has stayed in the public eye ever since, with saves across the country and around the world. She has given interviews, and supposedly established a close working relationship with Trish Tilby of CBNC. Interviews with Tilby have revealed that Power Woman is an alien, apparently from the same world as Superman from World War II. She has admitted that she was raised on Earth, and stated she only wishes to help. Abilities she has demonstrated include self-propelled flight, tremendous super-strength and invulnerability, and super-speed.
//NB: The callsign is Power Woman, not Power Girl. But yes, that's the character I have adapted for Age of Heroes.
Mary Jane Watson is not world- or even city-famous, but she has a good bit higher profile than the average teenaged girl in New York City. She has done modeling work - mostly catalogs and small fashion shows. She also has an ongoing blog, including an ongoing video segment (vlog), with news stories that don't get school approval but she wants to cover anyway. (And yes, a few of them are about that wacky wall-crawler, Spider-Man.) She is also pretty much the face of the Midtown High journalism department, including the school television station (and the voice of the school radio station's news segment). She hasn't hit the Big Time (tm) yet. But there are plenty of folks who have noticed, and it could potentially be 'any day now'. Seriously. In addition, Mary Jane now has an after-school and summer job working as a receptionist and all-around 'gal friday' for Defenders For Hire Inc., the private detective firm.
Say the name 'Red Sonja', and honestly most every person on Earth will simply look at you blankly. She has no media profile, and pretty much doesn't exist. ON THE OTHER HAND, if you run a Google search for 'hot redhead in armor bikini', your browser will asplode. Please, turn on Safe Search first; the fan art is dangerous. Apparently, some woman has been spotted a few times in the last year dealing with various 'situations'. The first was some cretin who tried to take hostage all the patrons of the Museum of Natural History, including a huge high school field trip group, while doing some kind of freaky magic thing. She kicked his arse, quite demonstrably, while wearing what can charitably be called a 'scale mail bikini' and wielding a sword that some swear they saw in one of the museum display cases before this incident began. She has since been seen a few different times around the city's burroughs, dealing with a street gang, some muggers, and a carjacker. Obviously, no one has ever gotten her name, and she doesn't do interviews. But she most definitely isn't shy.
Red Sonja / Mary Jane Watson
Sally has little public exposure. There's only been once in which she was featured on the news, and that was several years ago around NYC, as a missing minor, and witness to her mother's murder. Besides that, she's been out of the public eye.
Anyone with access to DEO Records would see that she was part of a DEO training program, and left when other powered individuals turned on their instructors.
Superman, the alien hero of World War II, is still spoken of by many in the same breath as Captain America and Green Lantern and Wonder Woman. Superman was one of the greats and his S shield symbol continues to appear on t-shirts across the country. This is helped, of course, by the more recent appearance of Power Woman who admits to being of the same race as Superman and who wears a variant of the S shield on her costume.
Recent reports suggest a blonde woman wearing a variant of Superman's uniform and the S shield has been sighted stopping crimes and helping out in disasters and accidents in Virginia. This "Supergirl" exhibits many of the same powers as Superman and Power Woman.
Students at Xavier's may know that the new student, Linda Danvers, claims to be an artist - a sculptor specifically. She isn't the warmest of personalities and she doesn't tend to talk about what her powers are.
Taskmaster isn't a particularly well known public figure, and he likes it that way. Those with criminal connections would likely know of a man who calls himself the Taskmaster who does mercenary jobs if the paycheck is right. He's also known to be a maddening opponent for law enforcement and "low-level" supers due to some yet unknown ability.
Those who have connections with SHIELD, AIM, and/or HYDRA, however, know a great deal more. Taskmaster is a mercenary, of course, but does most of his work training various henchmen/agents for those organizations, as well as for other various governments and paramilitary groups. He's rated a high class threat by SHIELD, as he has been able to best a significant portion of their agents with little effort.
For those in the know, Taskmaster is currently employed by the Xavier Institute as an extracurricular physical education teacher who is working, oddly enough, without pay. No one quite knows for sure why, but it appears that after a meeting with Xavier himself, Taskmaster chose to lend his talents to the school for educational purposes.
Thorlief Golmen was a psychiatric nurse chosen for a European super-soldier program designed to grant an individual incredible powers through the use of an advanced bio-mechanical harness; unfortunately, he was institutionalized a short ways into the testing process when he began claiming to anyone who would listen to him that he was really Thor, the Norse God of Thunder. Over a year later, he was released back into the program's custody to resume testing on a probationary basis; unfortunately, he violated this probation almost immediately by flying away with the equipment.
Since early 2012, he has begun to make a name for himself by participating in environmental rallies and anti-war protests all over the world, as well as interjecting in the occasional superhuman-sized brawl or disaster—all while proudly proclaiming his heritage and answering to no name but 'Thor'.
The Voodoo Lounge - In the last three years The Voodoo Lounge has skyrocketed onto the nightlife scene. Where once it was just a local watering hole, it is now on the list of places to see and be seen at. It is popular among the jet setting crowd, the office worker just looking for a quick pint after a day at the office and every type in between.
Considered neutral territory you can find both hero and villain having a drink, though usually not together. More often than not you can find a practicer of the arcane, a denizen of some other plane, or other divine or supernatural character.
Everyone is welcome as long as they pay their tab and don't cause any trouble.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday the bar has live music and there are drink specials on Tuesdays.
Topaz - For the last three years New York Night Life magazine has voted the bartender of the Voodoo Lounge, the most beautiful bartender in New York. This is how most people would know her.
Others, those with their fingers in the mystical underbelly of New York know differently. These people know that she is as powerful as she is beautiful, if not more so, and is a great source of knowledge regarding the occult and anything magical or demonic in nature.
A select few will know her as one of the protégés of Charles Xavier, and a frequent lecturer at his school.
Topaz and Voodoo Lounge
The Frost family is very well known, with a reputation equivalent to the likes of the Kennedys or the Rockefellers, an American blue blood family tracing their lineage back to Plymouth Rock and centuries of success in business since then. The Frost family of this generation is led by Winton Frost and his wife Hazel. They had four children, though that number is now three: their eldest is Adrienne, then Christian who is no longer alive, followed by Emma, and finally the youngest is Cordelia.
Emma's personal reputation is bigger than that of her family at present, in no small part because she has built hers separate from her family. She achieved a world-class education in business, and a brief but starlit career as a model in her latest teens and earliest twenties. She has had a meteoric rise in the business world since, and is now majority stockholder of what was once Buckman Industries, and has been re-christened Frost International, Inc., a multi-national conglomerate with focuses in communications, electronics and engineering. It is considered fascinating in the business world that she has not taken the position as either CEO or Chairwoman of the Board, but her influence at the company cannot be underestimated.
Only a handful of people in the world know about Emma's membership in the Hellfire Club's Inner Circle, as its White Queen. All but one or two of those are actually also members of the Inner Circle.
Emma has added Education to her degrees, and is currently operating as the Headmistress at Xavier's Academy for Gifted Youth in Westchester, NY. No one quite knows why she chose to take this position, but no one argues with her success. And her students universally respect — no, fear — her.
What Is Known: In 2010, after the Spectre's Judgment passed, Hippolyta began negotiations with the United Nations. After four years, and several female diplomat visitors to Themyscira, the Amazon Nation has gained observer status within the United Nations. During this time, the Themysciran Embassy has been steadily built and resides within New York City. It was not until just recently that an Ambassador for the Amazons was chosen. The Amazons are known as an all-female nation.
What Is Known About Diana: Princess Diana of Themyscira is the Ambassador for the Amazons. She will have only very recently arrived in Man's World. Wonder Woman, the champion of the Amazons, has not yet made her public debut.
Zatanna Zatara is most likely known for continuing the family tradition of performing magic shows. Unlike her father's largely tame, carnival style shows, Zatanna has largely taken on a more arcane/occult-meets-burlesque style that has seen her falling somewhat out of favor with conservatives and families.
While she still performs more family appropriate shows, they only happen a few times a year with critics claiming her regular performances are much less Vegas/Copperfield in style and more Carnevale of ancient times meets Bacchanalia. Most mean it in every possible sense of the pagan terms. Others say it is all just a show and Zatanna is simply a savvy woman playing to her audience. She has been known to accept bookings for private shows, usually from the social elite and has been seen on the arms of many A-list actors and actresses as well as other powerful figures while out the town(whatever town). Sometimes in the same week or even the same night.
Entertainment circles aside, to those who know anything about them, Zatanna is recognized as an expert's expert in the arcane and occult fields of study and research. Most have never seen it, but many speculate that the Zatara family library of texts and tomes housed within Shadowcrest Manor on the outskirts of Gotham City is truly beyond any numerical value.
Four years since the Judgement ended, who are the heroes the tabloids talk about and websites are dedicated to?
- The only hero with his own PR department is Tony Stark aka Iron Man. He's rich. He's famous. He's a genius. He's probably got a sex tape out there somewhere…
- Zatanna Zatara isn't known as a superhero. She IS, however, known far and wide as the most famous burlesque performing stage magician in the world.
- Power Woman may have been one of the first superheroes to debut on the scene and the Woman of Tomorrow is heavily associated with the city of Metropolis.
- Moon Maiden, the Romanesque heroine who claims to come from the world has been on the scene almost as long as Power Woman.
- The Dark Knight of Gotham is only an urban legend, though one that has been growing with increasing frequency in the last four years.
- There's a crazy guy claiming to be the Norse god Thor. He's got a hammer and powers and he's been showing up at Greenpeace rallies and anti-whaling operations.
During World War II the original Superman (Jor-El) occasionally encountered a substance known as K-Metal which sapped him of his strength. Jor-El theorized that the K-Metal was a radioactive element from Krypton that somehoe followed his spaceship through hyperspace to Earth. The existence of K-Metal was classified by the US government and the public never found out it existed. After the Spectre's Judgement, all K-Metal on Earth transmuted into lead.
In 2012 an alien being known as Brainiac attempted to digitize and capture the city of Metropolis. He was opposed by Power Woman. During the battle Brainiac made use of a green, glowing rock to weaken Power Woman. During this moment he bragged about the irony of "using a piece of a home planet Kara Zor-L had never known to kill her". Power Woman was saved by, of all people, a local toughneck named Bibbo Bibbowski and Brainiac was defeated (and his technology merged with Metropolis, turning it into the city of tomorrow). The moment was recorded by a number of cellphones and made it onto the internet where the green, glowing rock was quickly dubbed 'Kryptonite'.
- The public knows green Kryptonite exists. They know it weakens Kryptonians and could possibly kill them.
- Chances are the US government has some Kryptonite locked away in a vault. Just in case.
- There's probably no more than ten or twenty pounds of green Kryptonite on Earth. There are, of course, outstanding bounties on it from several criminal organizations - everyone wants a rock capable of killing Power Woman.
If you have any questions about if you have access to Kryptonite please contact a member of staff.