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Edit - "You know, Clark, maybe you can have your cape and wear it, too. Say that Clark Kent, the unassuming journalist, buttoned up in a starched shirt and tie, but then, when he's playing the hero, he Jimmy Olsen began tracking his saves, determined to get to the bottom of it.
Finally, Jimmy was able to capture a picture of Clark super-speeding.
His red jacket and blue shirt appeared on the image, causing Jimmy to name him the Red-Blue Blur. The Red-Blue Blur continued to save the citizens of Metropolis. In a sense, the Red-Blue Blur may be thought of as a rough, unfinished version of the Superman identity.
Currently, Clark has given up hope on humanity and has decided that his human persona, Clark Kent, is now dead. He believed his human attachments cause him to lose perspective and prevent him from saving more lives. It is currently unknown if he will still work the farm and Daily Planet, or if he has decided to act as the Red-Blue Blur full-time.
Personality Edit "You feel no pain greater than to see others in agony.
Being very close to both of his parents, Clark was respectful, obedient and highly valued their approval. Raised with a strong moral background, he does not like invasions of privacy, thinks the bad guys should be punished and wants things to be fair. Clark is also hard-working and usually does not place much value in material possessions.
He is idealistic and has the ability to always find the good in people, which manifests itself into a willingness to trust others to a fault.
An exception by Season Three File: Clark's optimistic opinions may also be somewhat inherent; while amnesiache retained a positive attitude of the people around him.
He strongly believes that feelings such as compassion are synonymous to the human race, and thinks humans are, on the whole, noble beings.
Clark has often expressed a desire to be human and disdain towards his alien heritage, probably because he feels his biology hinders his humanity despite several people telling him that humanity is more than biology.
It deeply affects him when his loved ones suffer because of his secretas he fails to consider that people who love him would willingly suffer for him and instead blames himself for any trouble that befalls them.
Clark has made some improvements toward accepting who he is, expressing gratefulness for his abilities and taking pride in his compassion for the human race, which he views as a strength.
However, after reuniting with Lana Lang in the fall ofhe abandoned these plans and declared his intent to attempt to make a "normal" life with her on the farm. In conjunction with this decision he begun to use his powers in a more active manner.
He has willingly risked his own life to save his loved ones and has, on many occasions, offered the Kents' home to individuals seeking refuge. He often makes up lies to explain his sudden presence or absence as well as his knowledge of mysterious things.
He seems slightly less mature than his friends, although this could be the result of his sheltered upbringing. Clark has also been known to whine, mope, or pout, especially about his roller-coaster relationship with Lana Lang. He is afraid of heights despite the fact that he can survive almost any fall and he is also habitually late despite being able to run at teleportation -like speeds.
Finally, and perhaps most ironically, Clark highly values trust in a relationship, despite his constant lies to protect his secret. He is good at math and his interests include playing football and basketball, astronomy and journalism.
Powers and Abilities Main Article: Clark Kent's powers and abilities "That's why I'm lucky to have parents like you. Every time I woke up and had a new ability, you were always there to help me adjust and this time is no different. His abilities usually appear suddenly and he must learn to control them.
They seem to get stronger as Clark gets older.Meet Cid, a simple therapist on Demacia, a simple man with simple goals, well until the institute deems him able to receive the visits of champions, now he will have to find the way to do his job while keeping his sanity on place.
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