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The “base camp” entry for the Power Pack team of superhuman children during its Simonson/Brigman heydays. To be read before the individual Power Pack profiles.

As of February of 2020, the entry was revised to facilitate the rework of the other Power Pack articles.

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Obscure 1990s Flash character with cold weaponry.

As of February of 2020, we brushed off the frost and added chilling Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Writeups.Org’s repository of new and modified powers for the DC Heroes RPG. Which means there’s a lot of stuff, (almost) all of which was necessary to model published characters. Latest additions:
— Extrasensory Perception.
— Digging (Tunnelling Only) (Packaged Limitation).
— Energy Control.
— Damage Capacity (clarified and expanded).
— Tesseracts Only (packaged Limitation for Dimension Travel).
— Gliding (Air Currents Bonus).
— Aura of Pain.
— Enhance.
— Claws and EV (pricing discussion).
— Consumables-based Recovery for Damage Capacity.
— No Transfer Limitation for Data Storage.
— Grappling Immunity.

Also, the article was cleft in two in April of 2017 because it was just too large.

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One sharp spy and assassin (or “bard”, as they say in Orlais). She appears in the Dragon Age prequel novel, The Stolen Throne.

Katriel played a critical role in the Fereldan War of Liberation… and, in a way, beyond.

As of February of 2020, added a section about Dragon Age: The Calling.

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A grotesquely mutated mobster with enhanced strength. Vintage Luke Cage enemy.

As of January of 2020, this profile was overhauled, updated and extended. You could say it scaled up.

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An overview of this unusual peripheral for PC gaming, with a concrete example of using it in a game with keybinding, custom lighting and the like.

This is absolutely not our usual fare on writeups.org, and is intended to draw in new readers.

As of January of 2020, this article/review was updated to discuss software problems.

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The Golden Age version of the character, though he endured into the 1990s. Criminal, genius, wielder of the cold gun.

As of January of 2020, this profile was overhauled for concision and smoother reading. It was also cleft in two to facilitate reading on smartphones.

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From the convenient Masters of Disaster villain team. Vibration powers and “Class 10” strength.

As of January of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten as we upgrade our Masters of Disaster entries. One at a time so it doesn’t feel like a landslide.

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A villain with a fairly powerful beam weapon who clashed with Iron Man from 1963 to 1986.

As of January of 2020, this entry had its texts edited for style. It also received Meltants & Melterminds TTRPG stats.

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The leader of the handy Masters of Disasters themed super-villains theme. New-Wave is a psycho who can turn into large quantities of water.

As of January of 2020, we are beginning to pump out revised profiles for the Masters of Disaster. Pumping out… like water ! Get it ? GET IT ?!

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A small profile for the character played by Adam West in 1965 TV commercials for powdered chocolate. Even though that makes no sense.

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A 1967 Fantastic Four baddie with a solar pistol. Probable secret master of the Marvel Universe.

This guys is terribly obscure, but you can use him pretty much anywhere. So that’s convenient.

As of January of 2010, he received powerful solar-powered M&M stats.

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Our second profile for Marvel Comics heroine Greer Nelson, depicting her early days as Tigra.

During those she was a bit different than in later depictions.

As of December of 2019 the illustrations were redone in HD. The text also had its fur brushed, though it was reading better than I remembered.

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The Cat was the first identity adopted by Greer Nelson, before she became Tigra. The Cat costume was later used by Hellcat.

Our profile extensively discusses… well… everything.

As of December of 2019, redid all the illustrations in HD and did an editing pass for clarity and concision.

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