Not to be confused with unOrdinary (webcomic)


Unordinary is a book written by William H. Doe, John's father.[1] It becomes a principal focus of unOrdinary after many high-tiers read the book and became superheroes.[1]


Unordinary is the story of a man with a powerful ability born in a world of cripples. The man only used his power for others, helping the weak, saving lives and spreading wealth. He ultimately dies but no-one was sad because he brought charity, allowing the world to become peaceful. The real world equivalent would likely be something along the lines of superman.[2]



Unordinary has been branded by the Authorities as controversial and highly illegal contraband due to the society-challenging ideas it presents: That high-tiers should use their abilities to help others, that even low-tiers have something valuable to offer, and that people from both ends of the ability spectrum should be able to co-exist as equals rather than master and servant. Its very mention can lead to government intervention.[3]

Many high-tiers who read Unordinary have been inspired by the book's message to turn to vigilantism.


Long before the events of unORDINARY, a cripple by the name William H. Doe had thought of a theoretical scenario where everyone but himself were cripples. William had said that if he were that powerful, he would rebuild the society where everyone, regardless of tiers would be equals.[4] He dedicated the book to his son, John Doe, to help him to regain his confidence after his readjustment classes. it has also been described as William's way to reach out to his son. John has read this book in the gap year between his expulsion from New Bostin and his entry into Wellston.

Two years before the events of unORDINARY, William's ideas would take form of a book, Unordinary. The book was dedicated to the author's son, John.


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