1BillionHeroes is a hero-themed action rpg game created by Toroko as part of the Infinite Content brand. The core concept of the game focuses around the use and collection of heroes, of which there are many to collect (although not quite one billion, like the title might imply) to use to complete missions. These missions range from defeating bad guys, stopping natural disasters, or rescuing civilians. It will be exclusive to The V².
Beginning on 2/25/18, users can submit character concepts here.
Beginning the Game
When beginning the game, you are introduced as a Quantum Civilian, a term to refer to those who collect Heroes and use them to solve Hero Missions. You can choose between a masculine or feminine avatar, along with a gender to assign to them. You can then name the character. After that, you are plunged into the Hero Headquarters and begin in your room on the massive facility.
Using Hero Canisters, the player can use the hero energy to power a giant machine that is filled with HeroGacha Capsules containing Heroes. Depending on how much energy the player uses to power the machine, they can receive 1-5 capsules. Duplicates can be sent back or traded. Additionally, Heroes can be upgraded through the use of Emblems, which can occasionally drop out of the machine instead of a hero. In order to obtain different versions of the same hero, you will need duplicates and the respective Emblems in order to transform them. Information about each Hero and Emblems can be found in their respective sections.
The player is tasked with doing Missions, of which are there are new ones daily as well as Story Missions. Each Mission thrusts the player's Heroes into a world to do a task, whether it to be rescue a animal, stop a thief, stopping natural disasters, or putting a end to a Threat. Missions vary wildly and some heroes are more suited for certain kinds of missions than others. All these Missions take place in big environments that can be explored in simple exploratory missions. In order to get Mission Orders, the player must talk to the Heromarm to gain briefing about each Mission and then to be enlisted with that Mission. Information about Missions can be found in the Mission section.
1BillionHeroes, being a new IP, has it's own backstory and lore. This section will go over aspects of the world and it's characters.
The Hero Headquarters is a planet-sized base that was created by the Multiverse Heroes Association, a future version of the Multiverse Fighters Association. The organization is able to tap into something called Hero Energy that can be obtained after doing missions across the multiverse to power the facility. All the heroes can live peaceful lives while their Reflections goes out to fight injustice. The base of the headquarter facilities is engraved with the most powerful heroes of history.
Heroes and Capsules
When the player receives a Gacha Capsule with a hero inside of it, it is important to note that these aren't exactly the heroes themselves, but disposable clones called Reflections. The actual heroes live in the Hero Headquarters, and provide something called a Heroic Spirit where Reflections can be processed through. These reflections are kept in star form inside the HeroGacha Capsules.
These are base level heroes obtained through HeroGacha Capsules. They are leveled according to the player's base level. Below is a list of heroes and HeroGacha Capsules; in the demo, no matter what, all heroes will come out randomly from any kind of Capsule, although this will not be the case in the final game.
|Hero No. 0000000001|
Ms. Strike is a college student having to deal with the pressures of an Earthly, academic college experience while also going to classes to a parallel college dealing with the arcane. She has magical abilities, allowing her to use a variety of powers, most being electrically charged. Despite all her work practically piling on her, she manages to be the first of this division, much to the ire of her older brother. The Multiverse Hero Association would like to stress that numbers are just numbers though, and that all heroes are as equally important in their minds.
|Hero No. 0000000002|
The older brother of Ms. Strike, who is constantly being outclassed by his younger sister to a aggravating fault. Having completed his education, Commander Strike commits full-time to the Multiverse Heroes Association, taking on any threats that dare disrupt the multiverse the organization is meant to keep watch over. Commander Strike uses thunder magic in his moveset similar to Ms. Strike, although he uses wildly different moves than her.
|Hero No. 0000000003|
Mira Celeste is a shrine keeper who is impeded with lunar powers granted to her from the moon. She feels very close to the moon despite having never visited it, seeing it as a beautiful yet fragile woman that needs protection from the evil energies of Earth. She joined the Multiverse Hero Association to combat said evils. She uses abilities granted to her by the moon, which range from moonrock weapons to light attacks.
|Hero No. 0000000004|
Bombjack is a bombs expert, which comes naturally to him. Bombjack has a wide variety of bombs he loves to use and while he loves exploding stuff and watching things fall apart, he works with the Multiverse Hero Association to use his expertise and bombs to good use. He has a deadpan attitude towards everything, although is consistently snarky. He also has a affinity for reptiles.
|Hero No. 0000000005|
Saramosa is a powerful fighter that uses the power of strawberries to aid her in battle. She owns a giant garden that is filled with strawberry bushes, which she sees as her dominion and is either seen tending to said garden, meditating, or taking trips to the astral plane through sleep. Saramosa is called lazy by those who do not know her, and she likes to take people by surprise or otherwise subverting their expectations.
Captain Murdlock Gould
|Hero No. 0000000006|
Murdlock Gould is a sniveling sea captain, hardly a hero at all. He's rude, argumentative, extremely crude, and most importantly, selfish as all hell. That said, his actions are not exactly threatening the universe, more so just being self-destructive to himself. He is a incredibly strange and vile man, more interested in making a quick buck than anything productive with his time. He does however, have firearm training and a ship to himself, often carrying passengers from his past misadventures.
|Hero No. 0000000007|
Symbiosis is a woman with a symbotic relationship with a alien, allowing it to drain her blood in exchange for incredible shifting powers and a variety of other abilities. Symbiosis is technically not really alive, as the only thing keeping her alive is the symbiote, but she's fine with this and does not see at all as a problem. She is surprisingly crude from time to time, often liking to rearrange the corpses of enemies into curse words, and sometimes drinks the blood of her enemies for her symbiote to absorb.
|Hero No. 0000000008|
Captain Timely is a Golden Age Hero that really isn't concerned with the bigger scheme of things, more involved in the day-to-day crimes that happen where justice is out of people's hands. Using his shield, he can reflect any projectile that comes his way and use it in battle,
although his wit and increased strength also come in handy. He's not called "Captain Timely"
because he controls time or anything like that, it just means he comes in a timely fashion.
|Hero No. 0000000009|
Bunea is known as a thief, although that doesn't mean she can't be heroic. While Bunea tends to stay quiet while in action, she knows how to chew through conversation in a way she finds desirable, often becoming more than just friends with some female opponents. Now isn't really the time to be talking though, and Bunea is armed to the teeth with various weapons. She comes from a strange dimension previously glimpsed in Super Bunea World.
|Hero No. 0000000010|
Monk is a crime fighter that closely associates himself with colorful green birds, which act as his eyes and ears around him, having been specifically trained by him to call out in different frequencies for different emergencies. Monk has no super powers to speak of, but his intense combat training and his expert tactical mind means that he's usually steps ahead of everyone else and is thinking on a entirely different level than everyone else. He can act a bit smug,
but he mainly just wants to keep people out of harm's way.
Hystic Bucket Man
|Hero No. 0000000012|
Hystic Bucket Man is a mysterious super-hero with a golden bucket on his head, his identity unknown to everyone to the Multiverse Hero Association. He never says a word, and because his bucket obscures his head, it's hard to get a read on anything beyond a head shake or nod. He can never attack a opponent from the back due to his unspoken code of honor, and he attacks using jabs that penetrate through the opponent's body.
|Hero No. 0000000017|
Saint Venin is a former nurse who lost her arm in a cutting accident. Venin was devastated by her loss of her dominant arm and went to insane depths in a attempt to grow it back. All this accomplished however, was a endless stream of fluid, which she originally though was blood but turned out to be some kind of alien parasite. Venin is able to use it as a hand, as long as she lets it do what it wants to at night, which range from crimes to murders. Saint Venin isn't exactly a hero, but has trained the parasite enough for it to mostly work for good, although she lost a bit of her sanity along the way.
|Hero No. 0000000109|
Venice is a bird that hails from prehistoric time, that managed to swipe a time machine and visits various time periods, inadvertently creating history along the way. Venice is slightly sassy and obnoxious, as well as quick to insult, although she has a tendency to be called names by other people she meets. She may be a ancient bird, but this bird still has a lot of young blood in her!
The Angry Scotsman
|Hero No. 0000000110|
The Angry Scotsman is a mostly quiet, down to earth man hailing from Scotland, his huge size and stature being described as intimidating. In combat, he hardly says anything, letting his fists speak for themselves. Incredibly tough and strong, he has celtic runes across his body which glow through his flannel shirt when activating his abilities.
|Hero No. 0000008496|
Black Owl is the third iteration of the Black Owl cowl, taking up the mantle after her parents were gunned down in alleyway. The reason why they were causes her to drink, and she has a general cynical attitude towards heroes, although she fights to at least keep her ideal vision of them alive. She lacks actual super powers, but she makes do with her gadgets and her sharp intellect. She comes from the hard-boiled world first glimpsed in The Age of Brave and Bronze.
|Hero No. 0000000111|
Lily is a younger girl who enjoys the rainy days as well as has a liking towards frogs. She wears a backpack and a pair of frog gloves that gives her various froggy abilities. She is one of the younger heroes on the sector, but has a surprising amount of potential even in her current situation and relative young age. Her movement especially is notably extremely good, able to outpace some speedsters in some cases.
|Hero No. 0000000113|
Voidmato is an assassin dealing primarily in melee weapons, mostly guns. He only takes jobs that offer a decent amount of money, but he still lives in squalor with his bong-smoking girlfriend Roxanne. Voidmato has the unique ability to walljump and wallkick, allowing him to jump off walls and into melee attacks, as well as utilizing weapons he's used in the past to take fire at his enemies. He comes from a strange dimension previously glimpsed in Super Bunea World.
|Hero No. 0000000126|
Mayfire is not quite a superhero, or a supervillain, operating somewhere in between. She is able to break the fourth wall, having a keen awareness that she is in a video game as well her own personal history. Mayfire may find herself working under villainesses if they convince her hard enough- Mayfire also seems to have a somewhat cynical attitude towards the concept of death, convinced everyone will come back to life eventually. She comes from the hard-boiled world first glimpsed in The Age of Brave and Bronze.
|Hero No. 0000000345|
Leona Wulf leads her own platoon of soldiers on a naval ship, which are a bunch of dumb pigs. Fierce and not willing to take anyone's crap, Leona can usually be seen biting into people that annoy her, although her intentions are good and she just wants to keep people safe. She has a dark secret about her she will take any measure to preserve, as it would get her delisted from the military and as a commander, that's the last thing she wants.
|Hero No. 0000000665|
Feira Kemono is a woman with six giant hulking bear arms, which gives her huge bear-like strength. Additionally, she has enhanced smell, which allows her to track scents over large distances and sense danger. She has feralistic tendencies, which combined with her strength, has made her seem like a menace to the public as a whole, but she hasn't harmed a single human. Trying to improve her reputation is quite the PR nightmare for the Multiverse Heroes Association. She means well though and likes baseball!
|Hero No. 0001111117|
Helena Harper is one of the iterations of a being that is often seen as a interdimensional god,
although her powers have been severely reduced for this incarnation. Some wonder if she created the universes that these heroes come from, although Helena is only humble enough to wink at these questions. While she is often seen with her demon lover Athena Hawkins, Helena can stand on her own, using spider-like abilities.
|Hero No. 0001111118|
Athena Hawkins is the girlfriend of Helena Harper, and a goddess in her own right, although she isn't quite as revered as her girlfriend. She finds that fine though, having created her own multiverses that interact with her girlfriend's. She is a quite unusual hero character, attacking with her scorpion-like demon tail, teleporting her allies to a safe haven known as Silent Valley, and inflicting justice on her own terms.
These heroes require Emblems to be upgraded into these special versions of these heroes. There are none in the demo.
|Threat Level: 1|
Nameek is a alien robber who has his hands on a dangerous weapon. He was fought in the demo level of the game, where your hero would have to chase after him atop Azure City's monorails. Once caught, Nameek has to be fought, and once beaten, Nameek escapes into a red helicopter, taunting as it flies away.
|Threat Level: 1|
SIMARK-H03 comes from a family line of evil androids, being classified as a "DAD" type model. H03 has been more or melded into his chair container, of which has robotic limbs and a jet propulsion engine underneath it. H03 is a disgusting creature that seeks to only eat, actively attacking restaurants and will soon turn to eating civilians if not stopped!
|Threat Level: 2|
Necrodameus is a former nuclear inspector who just went nuts after being apparently visited by the specter of death. She wears her old suit and carries around a ball and chain, using it to attack people she believes need to die. She attacks exclusively at night.
Character concept by AgentMuffin (t∣b∣c)
|Threat Level: 5|
Cavy is a giant mecha robot with a unknown identity, as it's rider is hidden behind a hood. It's unknown exactly what their origin is, but is assumed to be a secret war machine experiment. Cavy is a massive robot and taking him on initally will be challenging, although the player will take off limbs and his robot head over the course of the fight, before busting off his incredibly strong, barrel-like torso to free the orb surrounding the rider. Inside the orb once chattered is a human-like robot inside with a hood- destroying this will reveal a green orb that floats off the ground. Once that orb is shattered it reveals a dead rat, which flops harmlessly on the ground. The player must take on this boss in it's various forms.
COMMANDING SPHERE LAYER
MYSTIC ORB LAYER
|Common World NPC|
Bonk Droids litter the map, walking around at a slow pace, doing nothing of importance. Heroes can destroy them to obtain items or currency.
No information available about these at the moment.
One world is available through the Demo Mission at the moment.
|The City of the Sky|
A brilliant blue city resting in a sky dome, with blue skies and white clouds. The city has a reflective sheen that reflects whatever's on it. It's absolutely bustling with Cloudarians, although in the demo it's relatively empty save for a bunch of Bonk droids, allowing the player to traverse quickly around.
|AREAS OF INTEREST
No information available about these at the moment.
No information available about these at the moment.
The demo mission is classified as a "Special Mission".
Demo Mission: Stop Nameek!
|Space Bandit on the Loose!|
A alien criminal by the name of Nameek has gotten a hold of a gun with "Infinite Energy", and is terrorizing the Azure City. He is located at the Monorail Station. Heroes of this task force, stop him!
Time Limit: 30:00 Minutes
- 1BillionHeroes is the third game to be revealed under the Infinite Content branding.
- 1BillionHeroes was inspired by the likes of Monster Hunter and Fire Emblem Heroes, with My Hero Academia, The Incredibles, and Marvel and DC's respective comic universes serving as inspiration for the setting.
- The organization that hosts the Hero Headquarters is the Multiverse Heroes Association, a far future version of the Multiverse Fighters Association from Fighters Club Extraordinaire, one of Exotoro's Lapis Wiki Projects.
- The game will feature several characters from Toroko's past projects, although the game will not exactly focus on this crossover aspect, as the characters only serve as playable cameos and won't really have a bearing on the plot of the game.
- Despite the name, there are not one billion characters. The name merely refers to the sector of the Multiverse Hero Association that the game follows, which does have one billion heroes.