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Context This article directly follows part #1, wherein all ye contexte iƒ explaineþ. It’s almost completely a technical tabletop RPG article. This is an ongoing design work, as our Baldur’s Gate character profiles glacially progress. Tweaks get done as needed for...

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Roll for initiative ! This is a toolset to make our DC Heroes RPG statting for D&D characters coherent. At this point, it is 98% intended for statting Baldur’s Gate (“BG”) characters and monsters. Which means in turn that by “D&D”, we mean the...

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Prepare to be immersed into a world of intrigue and mystery on a perilous quest to rescue a storied land from an impending war. – A blurb on my copy of BG1 (the brown folding cardboard release). Context Launched in 1998, Baldur’s Gate (“BG1”) was a landmark computer...

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Background Real Name: Susan Sonderheim. Other Aliases: Ruth Levy. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: Younger sister. Group Affiliation: None. Base Of Operations: Millenium City, Michigan, also Mobile. Height: 5’5” Weight: 118lbs. Eyes: Dark Brown Hair: Dark Brown ...

(Geoffrey Haganstone)
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Background Real Name: Geoffrey Haganstone. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: Albert Haganstone (PA. Senator and Father), Clarice (Mother). Group Affiliation: None. Base Of Operations: Pennsylvania, though mobile. Height: 6’2” Weight: 210lbs. Eyes: Green Hair: Brown ...

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The setting featured superhuman in a realistic manner, without Golden Age  and Silver Age  comic book convention. Super-powers had an unified source and significant costs, and the factions were based on credible politics and the reaction of ordinary people to superhumans. Divis Mal...

(Joseph Simms)
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The setting featured superhuman in a realistic manner, without Golden Age  and Silver Age  comic book conventions. Super-powers had an unified source and significant costs, and the factions were based on credible politics and the reaction of ordinary people to superhumans. Marital...

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Context Aberrant was a tabletop RPG published by White Wolf. It was part of a larger universe with three games retracing the emergence of superhuman on Earth, from the early XXth century to the far future. Aberrant itself is set 10 years into the future. The setting featured superhuman...