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    Emerald City Heroes Organization (ECHO)

    For other uses of Heroes, see Heroes (disambiguation)
    Emerald City Heroes
    The ECHO logo
    Team Statistics
    Group Emerald City Heroes Organization (ECHO)
    Category RLSH Groups
    Headquarters Seattle, Washington 39° 12' 50.01" N, 79° 38' 13.60" W
    Status Active
    Team Activity
    Leader * El Caballero
    * Red Ranger
    Members * Justin Service
    * SkyMan
    * Spirit Fox
    * White Baron
    Allies Washington Initiative and Puget Sound Area independent RLSH
    Foes N/A
    Actions Neighborhood Watch, De-escalation, Crime Deterrence & Prevention, First Aid, Homeless Outreach

    Emerald City Heroes Organization (ECHO) is a group of Real Life Superheroes operating in the city of Seattle, Washington.

    Their mission statement:

    To raise public safety awareness, conduct public safety patrols, participate in community service projects, and lend a hand when other RLSH groups might need more bodies in the Greater Puget Sound Area.[1]


    ECHO was established on December 16, 2013 [2] by El Caballero and Dragon, following a split with Phoenix Jones and the Rain City Superhero Movement. The team is composed of a core of regulars and semi-regulars. Membership in other groups is allowed, and independent RLSH are welcome to patrol alongside.

    In 2020, ECHO members gained notoriety for patrolling inside the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, a police-free zone established during the uprisings following the police killing of George Floyd.[3]. In 2022, ECHO members were featured in the podcast Superhero Complex, which highlighted the Seattle superhero community.

    Current Roster: Beholder, El Caballero, Justin Service, Red Ranger, SkyMan, Spirit Fox, White Baron.

    Former Members: Black Knight, Dragon, Girl Scout, Night Savior, Shockwave, Westlake Drake.



    The green/gold scheme and space needle in their logo represent the city of Seattle, the three gray figures denote that their membership can include anybody, and the constellation of Sagittarius in the night sky represents the date of ECHO's founding. The design was inspired by the space shuttle mission patches.[4]


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