With this table, you can easily represent your favorite super-heroes’ power-sets in simple, not-at-all-far-too-complex-to-be-useful formulas!
For instance: Superman comes out as: OAFSISpVxVhSn
Pretty cool, though I am somewhat outraged at the lack of a unique “engineer” element. Certainly, this would apply to Bruce Wayne, Tony Stark, and a myriad of others.
In case you’re wondering, Batman is ORcScSoTcGDcLcVGe. Though admittedly that makes it a lot more difficult to sing (“nana-nana-nana-nana ORcScSoTcGDcLcVGe”)
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