Welcome to page 3 of our Frequently Asked
Question: I build websites and I would like to
build you a professional looking website for free.
Are you interested?
Answer: The World Superhero Registry is not
seeking assistance in this area due to privacy and
| Question: Why don't
you include Law Enforcement|
Officials, Member of the Military, or Firefighters?
Answer: Those can be truly noble professions, but Police,
Firefighters and Paramedics don't fit the
definition that we use for the registry for the very reason
that they are professions. Additionally, listing every
worthwhile person involved in such professions would be a
huge undertaking, easily requiring a full time paid staff,
which we don't have. Finally, there are already
organizations that honor excellence in those professions.
Question: Why didn't you accept my application to the
Answer: The most common reason for not being added to
the registry is a lack of evidence that you are
engaged in heroic activities. Evidence usually takes the
form of media documentation of such activities, or
testimonials from established Real-Life Superheroes. If
the Registry ever has the funds to send representatives to
investigate heroic activities, we may start doing so.
The second most common reason is that the applicant
appears to be a Superhero Role-Player, which is different
from being a Real-Life Superhero.
Another common reason for delaying or refusing addition
to the World Superhero Registry is an apparent commercial
incentive. If you are a paid spokesperson for an
organization, or trying to promote a business or band by
pretending to be a Real-Life Superhero, you do not fit
The Registry's definition of a Real-Life Superhero.
Yet another reason to exclude someone from the registry
is lack of an appropriate costume. If your outfit is clearly
offensive or shows too little effort, your application may
| Question: What is the purpose of wearing a costume?|
Answer: There can be a variety of reasons:
To inspire others.
To illustrate commitment to an ideal
To protect One's privacy.
To avoid litigation.
To protect one's safety.
For concealment or camoflauge.
To have fun while helping others.
Question: Is being a RLSH dangerous?
Simple Answer: YES.
Longer Answer: It varies, depending upon what
your abilities are, what activities you
engage in, and where you are located.
Homeless outreach and similar humanitarian
activities are not safe. You will often be
interacting with people who have drug and/or
mental health issues, which is hazardous.
Confronting criminal figures and attempting
to apprehend them, or protect their victims is
an extremely dangerous activity!
So, someone actively engaged in being a Real-
Life Super Hero is operating somewhere
in the range between "Unsafe" and
Question: How do we contact you?
Answer: vikingwizard (AT) gmail (DOT) com
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