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Our article about strength levels in super-hero comic books was more successful than expected. And, as it occurs, it is possible to explain hand-to-hand combat proficiency levels in roughly similar terms. So let’s see if that interests people as well. The basic concepts The character...

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How to subscribe Go to the Writeups.org newsletter Yahoo! Group . Enter the e-mail address you want to receive your newsletter on. Join the group. Subscribe to either “individual e-mails” or “Special Notices”. There’s no difference for this...

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Of writage Awright, a primer on how people read online. “Lazy, brutish and short” might be a good summary. The vast majority of people on the vast majority of sites do not actually read the site. One picture is worth etc.: This is an eyetracking heat map, so the “hot”...

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Writeups.org (“Worg”) is a community project, not a commercial venture. As such it depends on people rolling up their sleeves and pitching in because they like it. No contributions means no community and no site. It is important to understand that writeups.org is created by a...

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This article is made of people. More specifically, it is a compilation of answers to common questions, coming from the designers of the system, Ray Winninger and Greg Gorden. A fireside chat with Ray Winninger This is curated from discussions with the DC Heroes RPG community that runs WORG,...

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Context This is a technical article for the DC Heroes RPG. Finding the DC Heroes rules stuff on writeups.org All our articles that are heavily about technical RPG stuff are filed under the “Technical RPG article” category. You can list this category’s content by : ...

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This is a work procedure for writeups.org contributors WORG Patrol That’s community members signalling the typos, language errors, small layout problems, etc. and our old favourite, the miscalculated Initiative score. It’s simple : It’s done by community members (people who...

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The DC Heroes Community is the bunch that talks about the DC Heroes RPG. When that results in character writeups, proposed new rules, and the like, it eventually gets archived on writeups.org. So, no, writeups.org is not a company. It’s considerably closer to a punk...

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Why does it matter ? As you can tell from the Game Stats sections near the end of most profiles, writeups.org is chiefly done by tabletop role-playing games (RPG) enthusiasts. This RPG aspect means we don’t work like other comic book character profiles sites. Personality descriptions...

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Writeups.org (WORG for short) is the content archive of the DC Heroes online community. It is a fully independent, non-corporate site. It has been online since the 14th of March, 1999. That’s roughly contemporary with the creation of Google, and two years before the creation of...