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Lisa Chen is the untrustworthy super hero: Die-Chotomy.>>102566755http://powerlisting.wikia.com/wiki/Yin_%26_Yang_Magic
Die-Chotomy tells people that his powers come from "The Great Balance" a concept or entity that he states keeps the world in balance and seeks to correct unbalances in the worlds power using him as it's herald. He controls opposing opposites (hot and cold, light and dark) and can switch them back and forth and has super strength and agility when necessary to maintain the balance.
In reality: Die-Chotomy is NEET Lisa Chen. A girl with no school, no future, and no friends. Lisa lives at home with her parents and watches cartoons and reads comics all day. Going out only to feed other pointless hobbies. Her power is actually the ability to change an objects properties based on her personal opinions of it and her understanding of that objects potential properties dichotomy. IE she doesn't possess super strength, but thinks a car is heavy and activates her powers so she can lift it. If she thinks a wall is unbreakable she can activate her powers and smash it. She becomes a male super hero when she transforms because Die-Chotomy is a mental image of everything she isn't (strong, tall, heroic, male). Because it's her own personal opinions that influence her dichotomy changes sometimes weird quirks might arise if she holds particular opinions about things (something she thinks is bad becomes better when it wasn't bad to start with, or something blue becomes red instead of orange). She has to touch stuff to activate her powers on it or deactivate them and sometimes forget to deactivate her abilities when she's done with something (suddenly someone has a car that weighs as much as a feather).