What is a Real Life SuperHero? Real Life Super Heroes, or RLSH for short, is a term coined by the news media for a phenomenon where individuals take on personas partially inspired by the fictional superheroes portrayed in various media (such as in comic books, television shows, and movies) in the real world in an effort to make the world a better place. An RLSH can take on many different causes, from helping those in need, to stopping crime in cities or online, or other altruistic goals. There are many ways to be an RLSH and as times change, the methods of doing so change as well.
What's The Point in Wearing the Whole "Gimmick"? This is how an RLSH expresses themselves, and who they are. Usually, their gimmick is an effort to blend in, stick out, be tactical, or a number of other things. See the Making Your Suit Guide for a better explanation on how it works.
What Does it Mean When an RLSH Says "Patrol"? This usually means that the RLSH is going to go out to proactively make sure that crime doesn't happen, and to help prevent people from getting hurt. This can involve walking around trouble areas, and sometimes sticking around for a while when they know a particular area is a hot spot for deviant activity.
Do RLSH Work in Teams?
Many RLSH claim involvement in a team of some sort. This can be in-name-only, or that the RLSH actively goes to meetings and team-ups with the other members. However, some RLSH like working by themselves, although they still often gain advice or counsel from others.