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Context This article was born back when we still were big on inventing DC Universe histories for non-DC characters – primarily Marvel Ones. Many profiles still have the corresponding “DC Universe History” section, but that receded as the workload per profile increased (an...

(cheap stock robots)
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Background Height: 6’6” Weight: 1,000 lbs. Powers and Abilities Cybernoids are combat robots with “Class 5” strength, concussive cannons for hands and titanium-steel alloy armour plating. Their sensors are protected by bulletproof glass and armoured plastics. They...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This article includes S P O I L E R S about the first and second games. Furthermore, some might prefer to discover all this information in-game. This profile assumes a specific video game playthrough. See our...

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Context The Valley of Gwangi is a 1969 movie in a major, fertile genre – cowboys vs. dinosaurs. It is primarily known for the Ray Harryhausen monster animation work. It wasn’t commercially successful — the monster mashes era had ended — but is a minor cult one. I...

(a.k.a. GI Robot)
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Context This profile is intended to be read directly after the G.I. Robot Mk1 “Joe” character profile. This is the one with the context. In the G.I. Robot profiles we assign a Mark to the successive robots (Mk1, Mk2, etc.). These numbers were not actually used...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I see the closest analog for this latter ability in MEGS as being Dimension Travel, with the cyber world being a set of dimensions that represent different systems. The eventual results of this work are a new race of ISOs,...

(a.k.a. GI Robot)
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In the writeups.org G.I. Robot profiles we’ll attribute a Mark to the successive robots (Mk1, Mk2, etc.). These numbers were not actually used in-universe – they are writeups.org labelling so readers can easily tell in which order the robots were deployed. Advertisement ...

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Introduction The key ideas behind this campaign timeline are : Idea #1 Everyone inhabits the same universe, regardless of who publishes the mainstream continuity versions of them. Characters are constantly interacting in far more natural and logical ways than their artificial segregation...

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Context This strength-in-a-can enhancer appeared in a 2003 Nightwing storyline by Devin Grayson. I don’t remember it being used further, which is… odd ? Especially in a game context, where large groups of opponents with some super-strength to them definitely are useful. ...

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Introduction Writeups.org has a number of “Weapons Locker” articles – named in homage to a 1980s supplement for the old Marvel Super-Heroes Role-Playing Game by TSR. They’re not lists of game stats — though there is a lot of stats — but are closer to a guided...