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Nonviolence in my comics/Working Brianna’s Powers into Story

I’ve been working on my series and have one case very fleshed out. I came up with an interesting angle for my series: even if they don’t get in legal trouble, there are mental and emotional repercussions for people who use their powers for violence. I’m trying to figure out how that will factor into the story. Also, I’m having trouble working Brianna’s powers into the story. There aren’t going to be lot of action scenes and much of the series takes place in the courtroom. Do you have any suggestions besides her turning into animals to retrie evidence or spy on suspects? I really don’t want to cut her or her power out of the story.

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