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Organization Full Name: Agents of Atlas. Purpose: Running the Atlas Empire. Modus Operandi: Covert operations by the Agents, cleaning up illegal Atlas operations and changing the world for the better. Extent of operations: Global. Bases of Operations: Numerous, but based out of the one under San...

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Overarching continuity (This section is about how the Atomic Knights fit into the later DC Comics continuities. If continuity issues bore you to tears, just skim to the next section.) Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The 1960 Strange Adventures Atomic...

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Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my favourites. Essentially, it’s X-Files done as short, high-tempo action thrillers depicting last-resort, high-competence efforts to deal with strange threats. Though we don’t...

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It probably was due to these abilities that they were able to imitate The Spike’s powers. Bush Rangers also use wrist lasers. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History Seeking expendable experimental subjects, the C.I.A. staged a fire at the Texas...

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Introduction This entry is about the men and woman adventuring with Beowulf, Prince of the Geats, in his 1970s DC comic book. None of these characters were particularly fleshed out or distinctive – this is why they don’t have individual profiles. Therefore, many of the stats...

(Bloodstone enemies)
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Context This article is 100% meant to be read after our Ulysses Bloodstone character profile, and won’t make much sense otherwise. It used to be a part of it, but was spun off for reading comfort. The Conspiracy is an obscure corner of the Marvel Universe’s past, first seen in...

(Nemesis' enemies)
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It is a classic large criminal conspiracy, in the vein of what you’d see in 1970s American thriller movies. This profile chiefly exists for GMs who need an authentic ready-to-use, old-school criminal organisation. One without costumes, super-weapons, high-tech HQs, combat cyborgs,...

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Organisation Full Name: The Death-Throws. Purpose: Criminal operation interested in financial profit. Modus operandi: The Death-Throws are primarily mercenaries, providing services to better-established mobs for payment. Extent of operations: Primarily the USA. Relationship to conventional...

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Context These peculiar fellows were in a 1970s kungfusploitation DC Comics, Richard Dragon Kung Fu Fighter. It made more sense back then but… not that much really. They have a profile mostly because of the “wait, what ?” factor. I can’t think of a RPG campaign...

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Context These guys only ever showed up in the ninth issue of the original Fantastic Four run, in 1962. Even by our unusual standards, they are obscure. These small notes were taken in the spirit of “oh, wouldn’t it be fun if they came back in a story ?”. Overview This...