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Context This huge article is the repository for our new and modified Powers for DC Heroes. The article is now split in two parts since it was too big. It is in alphabetical order, so this parts covers A to G and the second part covers H to Z. For a list of all articles like this one, see...

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Introduction This article covers the sort of weapons you’re likely to see in an Old West story (also known as the Western or Wild West genre). These tales are usually set in the US during the 1860s, 1870s and 1880s – the 20-30 years that follow the Civil War. As always in Weapons...

(a.k.a. the "Marvel tons")
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The basics The “class” system appeared during the 1980s as the invaluable Official Handbooks to the Marvel Universe  were being put together. The goal was to clearly express the strength level of superhuman characters. The basic concept is straightforward – “Class...

(Common types of small arms in stories)
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Though the lead writer does happen to have military training, we’re not here to discuss real-world firearms and their use. Furthermore, it is centred on American fiction, since this is the one that floods the world over – and feeds on conventions developed elsewhere, such as Hong...

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Context This is a technical article for the DC Heroes RPG. It has a few bits about character design that do not fit within the more specialised new rules pages on the subject. For a list of all articles like this one, see the Guide to new DC Heroes RPG rules. Advertisement ...

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The main goal of OMACS II is to allow DCA/M&M3 players to benefit to a greater extent from the DCH content on https://www.writeups.org (“WORG”). It assumes M&M knowledge and no DCH knowledge ; DCH connoisseurs can check the OMACS II notes for more information. For...

(Common types of handguns in stories)
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Introduction This article covers some basics about modern firearms – stuff available from the 1930s onward. As always with Weapons Locker articles, we are interested in fiction, with an emphasis on comic books – but also on action movies and video games, since those media do the heavy...

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Introduction Once the basic game concepts are understood, a significant part of the learning curve of DC Heroes is the use of Hero Points. HPs are a key part of how the system works and one of the most important numbers on the character sheet. Hero Points were back then an innovating concept...

Character-specific tweaks and advantages
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Thus their reason for existing is that fiction heroes, villains and anti-heroes actually do that stuff, rather than “it was a neat idea I had for the game system”. In many cases, the concern was that a given...

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As always with Weapons Locker articles, we are interested in *fiction*, with an emphasis on comic books – but also on action movies and video games, since those media do the heavy lifting in shaping perception of firearms. Though the lead writer does happen to have military training,...