Emotional Spectrum Ballgown Corps Tools

Ballgown Corps Hair Flowers

The signature flowers adorning the heads of Corpswomen, they are found in the Spectrum Gardens and seek out new wearers when fully bloomed and charged.

Reapers’ Grace: One set of one blossom. Worn on the right of the head. Allows wearer to raise the dead.

Wraiths’ Rose: One set of three blossoms. Worn on the left side of the head. Allows wearer to unleash hellfire.

Outlaws’ Gamble: Two sets of one blossom. Worn on ends of pigtails. Allows wearer to summon robbery tools.

Specters’ Bouquet: Two sets of five blossoms. Worn on each side of the head. Allows wearer to see what target fears most.

Protectorates’ Will: One set of one blossom. Worn on the left side of the head. Allows wearer to power through any situation within reason.

Belles’ Brim: One set of one blossom. Worn on top of the head. Allows wearer to power allies.

Healers’ Fan: One set of ten blossoms. Worn as a laurel around the head. Allows wearer to heal any injuries if quick enough.

Princesses’ Blossom: One set of one blossom. Worn on the right of the head. Allows wearer to teleport to lovers.

Angels’ Bed: One set of five blossoms. Worn on either side of the head. Allows wearer to use the abilities of other Corps.

Emotional Spectrum Ballgown Corps Heroines

Green Protectorate Heroines

Joan Stacy is a human from Earth. The daughter of US Marines, Joan always wanted to protect her entire planet. When Hally James was incapacitated, the Protectorate Guardians had to find a new protector of Earth. The Guardians were almost attacked by Earth villains until Joan stepped in. She almost died, but was given the Protectorate’s signature hair flower, the Protectorate’s Will. Now she protects her planet AND the rest of the universe.

Hally James has the honor of being the first human from Earth to join any Ballgown Corp. She was once a fighter pilot from the USA, but during a flight, she hit an alien craft bearing an alien woman in a green dress and hair flower. The alien was dying and gave her the hair flower. She said that Hally James needed to keep her flower safe. Hally then asked what’s going on and, before she died, the alien explained that there was a major threat that would devour the source of all Ballgown Corps’ power, the Emotional Spectrum. As such, the alien (Malmanur) needed to keep a source of willpower safe. After she died, the flower took Hally James to the Hidden Galaxy, the home of the Spectrum Guardians and their Corps. The Guardians of Willpower then tested Hally and she became a Protectorate, with her destiny to be the greatest of all time.

Gilda Gracie is a hotshot human woman from Earth. Hailing from the USA, she’s a total Army girl and isn’t one to shy away from a fight. However, this often gets her into trouble, both with her enemies and her friends. This stems from the need to prove herself as she was never acknowledged on any level while serving in the Army. She was chosen to help beat back the heinous Zeromega before he conquered Earth. After doing so, she was trained and became a Protectorate Color Guard, one of the most coveted positions in any Ballgown Corp.

Kylasni is a Wologmor woman from Wolog. She is one of the older Protectorates after becoming one to save her planet. Protectorate life was way too enjoyable for her to consider retiring, so she’s become a drill instructor. Initially distrustful of humans after learning how savage they can be, she was put in charge of training Hally James so she could be a Protectorate. After a rough patch, she became Hally’s best friend and mentor, occasionally calling her “Ranjii” in affection. Now she’s got a few more in her coven.

Emotional Spectrum Ballgown Corps Heroines

Blue Belle Heroines

Parntu is a Gonaza woman from Edenaxa. She is the most skilled gardener of her people, placing faith in nature creating beauty. That is what attracted Mother Spirit’s attention and she offered Parntu the chance to spread her ideals across the universe like she would with her own plants. She went through tests of faith and hope and became a Blue Belle in no time. Now she helps the Guardians tend to the Spectrum Gardens, the source of all Corps’ hair flowers.

Mother Spirit is a Laruvan woman from Laruva II, the last of her family. A plague had struck her home planet and she sought to find a cure once her family had died. Her ship stumbled across a wormhole and she landed in the Spectrum Gardens, tended to by the Guardians of Hope. She passed several tests and became a Belle, then took some Healers with her and saved her planet. These days, she’s second in command for the entire Blue Belle Corp.

Narfu is a Phantorma woman from Elemax VI. She was a simple nun that wanted to do more for her people. When the entire planet went through a crisis of faith thanks to the all-powerful Zeromega, Narfu refused to give in to a deity she deemed false. Just as Zeromega was about to kill her, a Belle Brim chose her and gave her the power she needed. That restored the planet’s faith in their gods and they fought back Zeromega. Now she works for her people as a full-fledged Blue Belle.

Emotional Spectrum Ballgown Corps Heroines

Yellow Specter Heroines

Arkisma is a Ledulan professor from Ledulas V’s greatest university. She was studying the effects of fear and the brief boost fear brings when trying to escape a horrifying experience. Sadly, her planet’s leaders tried to weaponize her research. They used her as a test subject until she stopped fearing them. That made them scared and that’s what attracted the signature hair flowers of the Yellow Specter Corp to her. They gave her power and she managed to make the cowards flee her homeworld. Now she teaches at the Specters’ Academy to help people learn fear and how to use it to protect the universe. Her research was so instrumental, she became Phobisna’s Chief Fear Researcher and one of her lieutenants.

Phobisna is the Tolukar Queen of the Solar Alliance. She was originally a Green Protectorate, but her people’s enemies kept evading the organization. She left the Protectorates in disgust, then the Guardians of Fear approached her, offering to make her their second-in-command. She accepted and became a Yellow Specter, the greatest of them all. Thanks to the power she obtained, Phobisna became a force to be reckoned with. Thanks to driving away the enemies of the alliance, she and the Specters became the de facto protectors with her in command. She still keeps in contact with her old friends in the Protectorates and helped Hally James become the greatest Protectorate.

Devinak was once a normal dog from Earth, but aliens abducted her and experimented on her. She was injected with the aliens’ DNA and altered to the appearance she has now just so she could be a breeding slave. What they didn’t know was that the experiments boosted her strength, speed, intelligence, and power. She began plotting a way to instill great fear in her would-be slave masters, then a set of Specters’ Bouquets gave her the power she needed. She then used her new power to move to Tolukas Prime, Phobisna’s homeworld, and soon became one of her top Lieutenants. She then started dating the Shevam Princess, Goantilu of the Red Wraiths and they work well together, delivering fear and hate onto their enemies.

Emotional Spectrum Ballgown Corps Heroines

Purple Healer Heroines

Lunuk is an Alpasian from the planet Lutakno. She lost her eye in an attack on her homeworld, but she learned that the person who was behind it was pressured into committing such an act by his home’s government. She then healed the soldier and helped him overthrow the dictatorship of his home, helping him spare the innocents forced into service. That compassion is what earned her a place among the Purple Healers and she always helps the innocent where she can, whether they are her allies or people among the enemy camp

Keelanu is an orphaned woman with no knowledge of her people or home planet. She had to resort to stealing to survive. When a fire broke out in the apartment building she was in, she initially thought to save her own neck, but her conscience said the other people needed to be saved. She got a majority of the people out and nearly died from smoke inhalation, but rescue crews arrived in time to save everyone else. She was healed along with the people in the apartment building and admitted to her crimes. She was about to be imprisoned when the Healer’s Crown, the signature hair flower of the Purple Healers Corp, chose her for her compassion. Now she’s atoning for her old crimes and helping to heal those who suffer.

Manasu is a Raliod woman from Ralios Prime. She was a princess of a happy land, but evil people attacked and enslaved her home. In spite of all the pain she suffered, she still went about her duties to heal those she could. That kind of compassion is what helped the Purple Healers free her home. She accepted a position among the Corp and now she helps those in need throughout the galaxy.

Journey Through Wonder story

Chapter 48: Mending Fences

Bounty soon found herself at the mansion the Horsemen lived in. She sighed happily. “So, this is where my sisters, past and present, live,” she mused. She rang the doorbell.

“Coming!” came a voice.

“She really IS here!” said Bounty. Life then opened the door and gasped.

“BOUNTY!” she cheered. She then picked up the plump Horseman and spun around. The other Horsemen heard the shouts, then joined Life in welcoming Bounty back.

“It’s good to be back among you,” sighed Bounty once she was released.

“We’ve all missed you here,” boomed War happily, “but most especially Famine!”

“It’s true!” mumbled Famine as she dug into her new pasta bowl. “I mean, I like all the food I’m getting, but yours is the best. So, girls, you can cut it all out, Bounty’s back.”

“…Cut what out?” asked Pestilence.

“…Ordering all these pasta bowls for me. I can’t eat another bite! …Well, maybe just one more.”

“Put the fork down,” said War. “I don’t know what you’re talking about, but I don’t order takeout. I prefer homemade meals.”

“Don’t look at me,” remarked Pestilence. “I don’t need that many carbs.”

“I’m not wasting the money,” replied Death.

“Well, it wasn’t me,” said Life.

“What’s all this?” asked Lacey as she came in.

“Lacey, are you ordering pasta bowls for Famine?” quizzed Bounty.

“…No, why?”

“You mean…no one’s…?” Famine then looked at the stack of bowls behind her. “Well, somebody ordered all this!”

“…Oh dear,” mumbled Bounty.

While Bounty was settling back in the Horsemen’s mansion, Richard asked to meet with Thundercracker alone. He waited for a bit until Thundercracker flew in and landed. His holo-form jumped out of the cockpit. “You wanted to see me?” he asked.

“I…I want to…” Richard sighed. He had rehearsed this, so why was it so difficult to say now? He drew in a breath and tried again. “I’m sorry, Thundercracker.” Thundercracker arched an eye-ridge in confusion.

“…For what?”

“For being unfair to you and the other Decepticons from your world. I grew up thinking all Decepticons were bad, and it was a rare universe where the Decepticons could find common ground with the Autobots, but the way you worked with Bumble…Goldbug proved me wrong. I’m sorry for what I said before the mission started. That was wrong of me and unbecoming of a commanding officer.” Thundercracker smiled.

“If it’s any consolation, I didn’t think too highly of you either. I always thought your wife was the better fighter and questioned why she married you. …Turns out you just have different fighting styles, just like the engines of Sodor have different solutions to problems.”

“…You have to admit, though, sometimes those solutions don’t work out and cause confusion and delay.”

“Maybe so, but they all have the same goal in mind, to keep Sodor as a safe haven for engines of the past, be they steam or diesel.”

“Then let’s follow their example and unite against a common foe, shall we?” Richard stuck his hand out for a handshake.

“…I know my faction’s name kind of says it all, but this is one promise this Decepticon can keep.” Thundercracker then shook Richard’s hand.

After a while, Richard was more at ease around other Decepticons…aside from Megatron, he STILL wasn’t sure he could forgive or forget him using Megumi as a bargaining chip. Speaking of his wife, he and Megumi stirred from their sleep. “…Morning, my love,” he whispered in Megumi’s ear. Megumi chuckled at the slight tickle she got from Richard’s breath.

“It’s morning, yes,” she replied, “but I say we take this day to stay in-” Richard then wrapped his arms around Megumi, surprising her and kissing the nape of her neck. “Richard!” she giggled.

“A whole day in bed?” he asked between kisses. “You tempt me, my Queen!” Just then, the doorbell rang. “…Then again!” growled Richard.

“I got it!” called Kaede.

“Well, better get ourselves decent,” mumbled Megumi. After showering and dressing, they found the girls and Lisa speaking with Batman and his family.

“Mr. Wayne, what can we do for you?” asked Richard.

“I noticed a…custom van continually parking in your driveway,” explained Batman. “I’ve never known any of you to drive a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan that’s as blue as your armor. Judging from the juddering, I’d say the driver doesn’t know it has a suspension problem.”

“Ah, well, good news on that front,” said Richard. “The van’s a friendly one. You see, you have no idea how custom it is.”

“…Richard, that’s not YOUR van, is it?”

“It is,” sighed Megumi.

“Wanna see?” asked Richard as he beamed.

“…All right, color me intrigued,” replied Batman as he, Wonder Woman, and Robin got up. Richard led them to the garage. There were two vehicles in there. One was a 2001 Subaru Legacy, the other looked like a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan, but something seemed…off to Batman and Robin upon closer inspection.

“…What…is that?” asked Robin.

“That, my dear Robin,” replied Richard, “is a van I have justifiably called…the Spectacular! The electric drive system of a Tesla with the other machinery of a Chrysler Pacifica, all united under the elegant skin of the Dodge Grand Caravan, thus creating a vision of pure…what’s the word?”

“Garbage,” said Batman and his family as they held Wonder Woman’s lasso. Richard goggled at the three in horror.

“…Okay, they have chariots instead of cars on Themyscira, so I can understand Wonder Woman saying that, but Batman and Robin, you two of all people! You’re calling the Spectacular ‘garbage’?!”

“You might be averse to chariots,” said Wonder Woman, “but at least we use brushes to apply paint instead of throwing buckets of paint on them, then just using a rag to clean up the edges.”

“Hey, Mom, Dad, look,” called Robin as she pointed out the headlights, “these are the ones that swivel when you go around a turn.”

“All right, which would you rather ride in?” challenged Richard. “The Spectacular or Megumi’s Subaru?”

“The Subaru,” replied the Bat Family.


“Because it’s better in every way,” said Batman.

“All right, I know exactly how to prove you cynics wrong! I invite you to go for a drive in the Spectacular.”

“Be careful,” warned Megumi as Batman helped his wife into the shotgun seat.

“Comfy?” asked Richard.

“Not…really,” remarked Wonder Woman. “Is this as far back as my seat can go?”

“Yes.” Batman and Robin sat behind Wonder Woman and Richard. Richard then pressed the start button and the car switched on and vibrated a bit. It then backed out of the driveway.

“Oh Hera, it moves!” yelped Robin. The Spectacular then moved onto the street and through the local area of Beyond City. After a few miles and gripes from his passengers, Richard called Megumi. A hologram of her appeared on the dash.

“How’s the drive?” she asked.

“We’d only gone a few miles,” boasted Richard, “before the Bat Family changed their mind and agreed that the Spectacular is the best car they had ever been in!”

“No, we didn’t!” protested Batman. “Stop lying to your wife!”

“I thought you guys changed your mind,” remarked Richard.

“I did,” said Wonder Woman. “It’s WORSE than I thought! My spine’s gonna complain in a few hours!”

“If you’re lucky,” grunted Batman.


“It’s a little cold here,” muttered Robin. “Can we turn the heater on?”

“That’s not connected,” said Richard.

“What’s the dial near the steering wheel?” asked Wonder Woman.


“Why don’t you use the one it already has?” quizzed Batman.

“That doesn’t work.”

“Does it have a temperature gauge?” asked Robin.

“Not as such.”

“Does it have a fuel gauge?”

“Not really.”

“There’s a lot of wires that aren’t connected to things then,” muttered Batman.

“This doesn’t really have an interior, does it?” asked Robin.

“Persephone, you say that with a bit of sarcasm, but…” Wonder Woman then pointed inside the glove box. It didn’t have an inside to speak of, so one could see the internal mechanics of the van.

“I can see the road!” complained Robin.

“So can I,” said Richard.

“No, there’s a hole in the floor!” Suffice to say, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Robin were NOT impressed by Richard’s Spectacular.