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Shadow Guardian
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Vital Statistics
Hero
Alias(es) Shadow
Category Humanitarian, Activist, Public Service
Location Peterborough, Ontario
Identity Secret
Alter Ego N/A
Status Active
Superhero Activity
Faction Trillium Guards of Ontario
Affiliates Ark Guard, Crimson Canuck, Blackhat
Foes Corruption, greed
Actions Feeding and supplying homeless, blood donations, neighbourhood patrols
Physical Description
Gender Male
Costume 2013 - Skull mask, custom Trillium Guards hoodie, kevlar gloves, black pants.

2019 - Full suit upgrade. Kevlar arm, leg, and neck sleeves with gloves, form moulded CE approved body armour.

Colors Black
Symbol Trillium flower
Equipment Flashlight, Radio, Helmet speakers, First Aid Kit
Abilities Able to put a smile on people's faces, intelligently defuse situations verbally without violence, knows rights and freedoms of citizens
Shadow Guardian Good Patch

Shadow Guardian is a Real Life Superhero of Canada.

HistoryEdit

Shadow Guardian is a real life Canadian Superhero that patrols the streets of Peterborough, Ontario. Always in aid of the homeless or people in distress, when he is not in his hometown, he frequents Toronto when meeting up with other Trillium Guards of Ontario members.

Previously, he hit the streets of Peterborough with his partner, Archer, before the two split in 2014, resulting in Shadow taking a four year hiatus in 2015.

“Every hero doesn't have to have an origin story like Batman or Superman. We’re just ordinary people that decide to speak up against the wrongs happening in society, and we end up looking ‘super’ by doing that. We’re really not super at all. We don't really think we can lift burning cars off of people. We are just people that are willing to stand up, just people that have a voice. So if anything, we barely deserve to be called a hero let alone a superhero, and everyone should be doing what we do. We should be classified as normal people, but quite frankly a lot of people don’t want to step up like we do and take on that role of helping others, so I’ll take the title if it means people will look up to me and seek change in themselves.” -Shadow Guardian

External LinksEdit

 Official Facebook profile: http://www.facebook.com/ShadowRlsh

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