Post by "Jack-Jack" Parr on Dec 9, 2017 14:03:31 GMT -5
Who am I? Just a conscience!
Hey, howdy, hey! The name's Sephy, and I wished upon a star from Google?. My other imaginary friends include Helen. Jack-Jack and I are so very eager to join the Worlds of Disney circle of life!
Character name: John “Jack-Jack” Jackson Parr
Age: 1 years old
Birthplace: Metroville, California
Custom title: The Jack-Of-All-Trades Baby
Why'd you pick this character? Because Jack-Jack is mah babeh and it would be funny to have a baby causing chaos with his powers that his family does not know about yet. The interactions he'd have with other rpers would be so funny and priceless, I think xD It would be funny to also later plot when his family does find out that he has powers. Plus, cute family stuff can also ensue like Vi being with Jack-Jack or Bob bonding with him, which would be adorable <3
According to Brad Bird, he wanted Jack-Jack to be a Jack-of-All-Trades kind of baby with huge assortment of powers; but he said that as Jack-Jack gets older, some of his powers will go away.
Character appearance (try to get at least 2 or 3 sentences for each section)
Hair description: A patch of straight ginger hair sprouting from the middle of his otherwise bald head.
Jack-Jack has a wide arrange of expressions as a baby that has only been out in the world for a year. There are so many sounds and things to see, that he just takes it all in with his large blue eyes and a regularly content grin across his face. When it comes to funny sounds, Jack-Jack can giggle profusely and provide an adoring coo when he's being given attention or affection. He tends to cry when he's not being given the things that he wants, which he cannot communicate, but if his needs should be satisfied, he is usually not irritable. When someone is demonstrating an angry expression directed at him, however, he can easily become scared and cry. This can cause him to quickly become angry and will quickly use all the powers he can do, even transforming into an angry beast, to make sure that doesn't happen.
Clothing style: He can be seen wearing only a diaper on, or when he’s with his mom he’ll wear his multi-colored baby clothes. When he’s with his family to save the city, he’ll wear his Incredibles baby clothes with a black mask over his eyes.
Body build: Average sized baby weight
Any unique traits (optional): Just his polymorphic ability to change his physical form using his powers.
Original character analysis (In your own words and please be thorough)
Jack-Jack Parr is an overall happy baby boy living with the Parrs for only a year, taking all the new sights and sounds with a sense of curiosity and fun. Despite how miserable life has gotten for the rest of his family of supers, Jack-Jack still manages to remain fairly happy throughout. He has no concept of how things have been before or what has befallen the supers, so he is the only Parr that lives the most satisfied in the household. Due to not having any memories of the struggle of moving to places or even the memories of how things used to be, it is safe to say that he is the only Parr that lives in the present moment.
Despite being such a happy boy, there are a few times that Jack-Jack does become sad or irritable, but that's only when he has needs that have to be met - Those needs being hunger, thirst, cleanliness, sleep, and affection; However, he can quickly return back to being his happy self as soon as someone satisfies those needs. His mother seems to satisfy all of his needs, as he does not transform into anything around her and his powers only start to manifest as soon as she disappears from caring for him.
During this time, he is the symbol of normalcy for the Parrs, unbeknownst to his family of supers that he actually has a wide variety of super powers that have suddenly awakened within him after hearing Mozart music. His lack of impulses and attention span often lead him astray as he explores new places and explores his new powers, though he has no control over them.
14 years after the Supers Relocation Act with two children later, John Jackson Parr was born to Helen and Robert Parr in Doc Sunbright's clinic after a fiasco that ensued between the undercover family of Supers and retired villains, despite how much Helen wanted to have a smooth day for once, which perhaps indicated that it had not been smooth either when she had the other two children. However, contrary to Dashiell and Violet, Jack-Jack - as he was so aptly named due to the fact that Jack is also a nickname for John - was actually born without any expression of powers.
Without a demonstration of his powers for a year, which was odd for the two Super parents that had two kids with powers that manifested much sooner, it was declared that Jack-Jack was simply born normal without powers. With Helen's parents not having any powers, it was not unheard of to think that the Superpowered gene expression did not pass onto the baby. Despite not having any powers, Jack Jack was never once treated any differently for the two parents, who raised him to become a happy little baby boy that had no memories of the glory days or memories of moving. He quickly became the symbol of normalcy for the Parrs that struggled to be normal despite their powers.
When something befell the family, Violet was able to quickly get a babysitter named Kari to watch Jack-Jack while the rest of the family went to Robert Parr's rescue. This was the first time that she had been taken care of by a baby sitter since the stay-at-home mother, Helen, usually did not like to leave Jack Jack with anyone but their close-knit family. Kari gave him mentally stimulating toys and played some Mozart music, and then suddenly things began to change for Jack-Jack - his powers were quickly manifesting, but unfortunately for Kari, they were manifesting all at once! It was quickly becoming hard for Kari to control him. Jack-Jack would quickly grow bored and chew on the wood of is crib to get out, then he would zap anything in sight with his lasers, which Kari learned can easily be deflected by a mirror, or suddenly catch on fire upon mimicking the visual card of fire. It seemed that he was quickly mimicking anything elemental that he was exposed to and was phasing through walls and objects, similar to watching Violet's disappearance superpower. Poor Kari had enough of the baby's powers and instantly gave Jack Jack to Syndrome, whom she desperately thought was the replacement sitter. Kari later met with the government agent Rick Dicker, who wanted an explanation of what happened. When she wished that she could forget the whole thing, Rick had used a machine to erase her memories of the Parr family being involved with superpowers.
Syndrome, now with Jack-Jack sleeping in his arms from all the fun he had, had suddenly zapped the family with zero-point energy to prevent himself from being attacked for taking the baby, under the threat that he was going to make Jack Jack an evil side-kick. As soon as Syndrome sent the family slamming off to the wall, the crash instantly woke Jack-Jack up to find the sight of his family on the ground and being in the arms of the stranger that instantly took him away from his family, carrying him through the roof and up into the sky using his jet powered boots. This quickly caused Jack-Jack to cry for his family, not wanting to be taken away, but then he suddenly grew angry and manifested as many elemental powers as he could to return to his family using a demonstration of powers like electricity, steel, fire, and even growing angry to the point of even turning into a ferocious red beast. As the ferocious red impish beast, Jack-Jack was able to be freed from Syndrome's grasp and crawled up to his head to pull on Syndrome's hair before going down to his feet and messing up one of his rocket boots, sending Syndrome spiraling to his plane and successfully dropping him.
Unfortunately, all of this happened while they were high up in the air, beyond the 20-20 vision, so the family of supers were not able to see the variety of powers that Jack-Jack had demonstrated.
Though he was able to levitate and float through the air, Jack-Jack was not able to control this power yet, so Jack-Jack began to cry out of fear while he was being dropped into the air. Thankfully, Helen had asked Bob to throw her just in time, and she was able to transform into a parachute while holding her baby in her arms to make sure they landed safely. Once inside the plane, Syndrome threatened once more that this was not the end, and that he was going to get that baby, causing Mr. Incredible to angrily throw his new car at the plane, causing an explosion and resulting with Syndrome being unable to escape it as his cape had gotten caught in the jet turbines.
The plane's pieces instantly hit the family home, and if it were not for Violet's quick ability to generate a force field over the family, they would have also gone down with the rest of the destroyed home. Thanks to Violet's force field, they were all okay and they ironically did have to move again. They later moved to a motel to stay for the next few days until the incident with the villain emerging after Dash's race, called the Underminer, became the catalyst that would change the lives of the Incredibles forever.
To be happily together with his family.
Strengths & abilities:
Jack-Jack’s Incredibles supersuit is flame retardant, so it will not burn if he burns, and it is also bullet proof. This may be later changed by Edna to fit all of his powers.
Polymorphic Mimicry: Jack-Jack has shown the ability to turn himself into things he has copied:
- Metal Form: Jack-Jack is able to convert his body into heavy metal, giving him a much greater mass and density.
- People Form: Jack-Jack can copy physical features that a person has if he concentrates carefully on them. He can change his eye shape, his nose, and grow similar hair.
- Multiply Form: Jack-Jack and copy himself and multiply it by at least six similar looking Jack-Jacks.
- Squishy form: Jack-Jack is able to transform his skin into this pink, gloppy, gum-like material to protect himself from harm.
- Self-Combustion/Fire Form: Jack-Jack can self-combust into flames. This does not harm him. His body remains solid, suggesting it is simply his skin that combusts. If he touches something, that can turn into fire as well. He is also able to self-combust while he is in his beast form.
- Beast Form: When he’s angry, Jack-Jack can turn into an aggressive red-skinned imp-like form, clawing and biting whatever is upsetting him or scarying him. This can give him some measure of enhanced strength with a greater muscle mass, leading to boosted strength and maneuverability.
- Firecracker form: Jack-Jack spin himself around into a firework, shooting sparks everywhere.
- Smoke form: Jack-Jack can turn himself into smoke, where things can go right through him.
- Water form: Jack-Jack can turn himself a watery form of his shape, where anyone can put their hands through and become a puddle.
Enhanced Body Growth/Shrink: Jack-Jack will enhance his body weight and size by enormous proportions. He is capable of increasing his size to the height of a regular, one-story building with weight gain included, or he is capable of being as small as 1mm. He can also transform back into his regular size.
Teleportation: He can disappear and mysteriously reappear in another location several feet away.
Interdimensional travel: He may sometimes teleport to another dimension, where he is capable of hearing and speaking through the other dimension.
Phasing/Intangibility: He can pass through solid objects, or even Violet's force field with no visible injuries. This is usually accompanied by a blue electric effect.
Wallcrawling: He can cling to, climb and sit on ceilings and vertical surfaces.
Enhanced Bite/Matter Ingestion: He can chew and eat his way through the bars of a wooden crib.
Levitation/Telekinesis : Jack-Jack can lift himself or other objects into the air with his mind. He is capable of even prying something that someone is wearing off with the use of this skill, so long as it's relatively easy to take off like sunglasses.
Laser Vision: He can fire needle thin lasers from his eyes that are capable of destroying nearly anything, except that they can be reflected easily by a hand mirror.
Electrokinesis: Jack Jack can generate electricity from inside of him, causing his body to tremble as well as the other person holding him, even generating bolts of electricity outside of his body from every pore of his body.
Super durability: Jack-Jack can finish a fight without a scratch.
Super strength: Also in the fight with the raccoon, Jack-Jack throws chairs and other objects around with no problems, making him super strong for a baby.
Enhanced agility/reflexes: When he gets excited, Jack-Jack is faster than a regular human when it comes to his agility, much like his mother can, but it will never surpass his older brother's top speed.
Cannot control his powers just yet – They seem to be spurred by randomness or emotion. However, they become amplified when he listens to Mozart. If he gets sick, it can also cause his powers to manifest without wanting to.
He’s a baby, so he has limited communication to explain why he’s upset or what he wants. He uses gestures and tries his best to babble a sound that is closest to what he wants.
He has limited capabilities of reasoning and he cannot control his impulses. He just does what he does for fun, or because he feels like it. There’s no reason for his actions sometimes.
Not even potty trained yet. Not exactly useful for his Super parents that need to change him.
Cannot eat by himself. However, he will eat whatever’s on the floor, or chew on wood with his strong teeth if you leave him alone long enough.
Despite his superpowers, he can still be lifted and taken away due to his lack of control for his powers. It depends on how you handle him that will either spur his powers to appear or not.
His powers can be destructive and dangerous to supers that aren't careful, but especially non-supers.
• Watching Cartoons, especially in his dad’s arms
• Receiving affection from family or Edna
• Copying what he finds interesting
• Eating food, especially deviled eggs or cookies, or playing with food
• Drinking his bottle of milk
• Biting interesting objects
• Seeing happy emotions
• Using his powers of phasing and levitation to float up or float through walls
• How pretty the light that comes out of his eyes are (lasers)
• Getting attention from someone/Being played with
• Nice sounds, like when the doorbell rings
• Funny faces or sounds, especially the ones that mommy or daddy makes while being fed to get him to open his mouth to eat
• Playing with his baby toys or anything else he thinks is a toy
• Being taken away from his family
• When the affection or attention he gets abruptly stops
• Seeing an angry face made at him
• When someone threatens or takes away what he’s playing with in an aggressive manner
• Cartoon villains that he later finds their equivalent in the real world (Ex: Evil cartoon means that something that looks like it in the real world is evil and he has to fight them like his superhero family would)
• Being held terribly without any kind of warmth from the embrace
• Being hungry without having food or not being given cookies
• Feeling tired/sleepy and no one is around to get him to sleep
• Being thirsty without having his bottle of milk
• Feeling like he needs to have his diaper changed
Being taken away from his family
Anything to add?:
I don’t mind not talking. I’ve played relatively silent characters before that are mostly all action, like Shan-Yu lol I used my information about the circumstances of his birth from the Incredibles comics; however, I still may have to edit this when the Incredibles 2 sequel comes out.
I'm going to be using dice to tell me which power to use haha just to make it random.
"SEE HELEN PARR”