Hyper Speed: Barts powers are based on speed. His movement is at Class Shift-Z airspeed (see below).
Deliver 50 “Typical” Blows in a round
Bart moves so fast he is able to perform Extra Attacks with Shift-X ability.
Multiple attacks that inflict up to Amazing damage to a target
Resist Cold: Excellent
Air Walking: up 90ø inclines (I.E. up or down buildings): Unearthly
Water Walking: Unearthly
Create Cyclones: Remarkable damage or Unearthly stunning or slamming
Phasing: Bart can vibrate his molecules so fast that he can ‘phase’ through objects of less than Unearthly material strength. This destroys any inorganic object of less than Amazing material strength after he passes through it.
Break Restraint: Unearthly
Spectrum Shifting: Bart can run so quickly as to cause light to begin to slow, and experience Red Shift. Which will allow them to view the lower spectrum of light that is normally invisible to the unaided human eye.
One must make a Red FEAT to hit Kid Flash with anything other than an area effect or Psychic attack. If Bart is making multiple attacks against the same target the FEAT is reduced to Yellow.
Bart may increase speed to Class 3000, however this requires and Endurance FEAT every 3 rounds or he passes out from the strain.
Considered Unearthly rank for Fighting for multiple attacks and evading.
Considered Unearthly rank for Agility for dodging and catching projectiles.
Considered Unearthly rank for Intuition for initiative.
He may percieve any object’s momentum as though it were 14CS slower than it’s actual movement speed. E.g: Arrows and bullet sized objects appear moving at 5 m/ph
Kid Flash is considered to have Monstrous Endurance for movement and tiring purposes.
May reach maximum speed in one round and has no penalties making high speed manuevers or starting or stopping suddenly.
Energy Doppleganger: Bart was blasted by an experimental hyper-ray intended to give ordinary people super-speed. Instead it gave him the ability to create “scouts,” energy-like avatars of himself with Unearthly ability which he could then send through the timestream, then absorb their memories when they returned. After one of his scouts was killed on Apokolips and the Psychic feedback sent him into shock, he has been extremely reluctant to use his new power.
Invulnerability: Bart is also something of a time anomaly. Though his parents only met in post-Zero Hour continuity, he arrived in the 20th Century before the event hit. He has displayed immunity to time alterations at Class 1000 resistance; he weathered Extant’s manipulations of the timeline and remembered Linda Park even after her disappearance.
Total Recall: Unusually for super-speedsters, he remembers everything he reads at speed with Amazing recall and although the application is somewhat lacking, he is at least undeniably knowledgeable.
Costume: Remarkable vs. Heat and Cold, Excellent vs. Physical and Edge
Teen Titans, Wally West, Jay Garrick, Joan Garrick
The grandson of Barry Allen, The Flash, and son of Don Allen, one of the 30th century’s famous Tornado Twins, Bart Allen grew up with superspeed in his blood, but it had an unfortunate side effect: Bart was aging at an accelerated rate. Although only chronologically two, he appeared to be a boy of about twelve. Scientists placed Bart in a virtual reality chamber and kept him for observation. The virtual reality program allowed Bart to age in a virtual world so it seemed, at least in his mind, that he was aging at a normal rate.
Don and Dawn Allen, operating as the Tornado Twins, were killed by Dominator agents under the guidance of Meloni’s father, sworn enemy of the Allen clan. Iris Allen kidnapped the rapidly aging Bart, and took him to the 20th century where Wally could help temper Bart’s powers. Wally knew from experience the practicalities of super-speed in the field, unlike the scientists who had only observed it in the laboratory. Wally forced Bart into an extreme burst of speed that shocked his system into normalcy-he retained his speed, but his accelerated growth rate dropped to normal. Now removed from his virtual reality environment, Bart didn’t grasp the concept of danger and had trouble considering the consequences of his actions. Bart, now dubbed Impulse, aided Wally in defeating Kobra.
Following that, Bart moved to Manchester, Alabama with superspeed guru Max Mercury, who became the boy’s mentor and father figure. Slowly and arduously, Max worked at making Bart consider his actions carefully before acting so… impulsively.
Bart joined Arsenal’s team of Titans following the events of Zero Hour. Bart served as a member for a time, and developed an unrequited crush on fellow team mate, Rose Wilson. Eventually, the newest incarnation of the Titans disbanded, as each member seemed less dedicated to the team at the time.
However, Bart upheld the teen sidekick supergroup tradition as a founding member of Young Justice. After Max Mercury disappeared in the timestream, Bart took up residence in Keystone City with Jay Garrick – the original Flash – and Jay’s wife Joan.
When Robin, Wonder Girl and Superboy banded together to form a new group of Teen Titans under the guidance of the more experienced Cyborg, Starfire and Beast Boy, Bart accepted an invitation to join.
After a series of traumas, Carol’s and Max’s disappearances, Bart’s near-death experience on Apokolips, the deaths of Lilith and Troia and dissolution of the Titans and Young Justice, and finally a gunshot wound to the knee, Bart had decided to reinvent himself. Bart went to the San Francisco public library and read every single book in the building. He retained that knowledge and With a renewed sense of confidence, he wove together a new costume and returned as Kid Flash.