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This profile has S P O I L E R S about it, and having Seven Soldiers spoiled is a thing most heinous. Helligan is a sharp, experienced special agent and could thus fit a useful niche in many stories. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real...

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Background Real Name: Unrevealed. Other Aliases: Yuki Katsura and Yuri Katsura ; Kuchi-shi Futago (“Mouth-death twins”, so something like 口死双子 but I’m prolly butchering it). Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group...

(Jacob Ashe)
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Background Real Name: Jacob Ashe. Marital Status: Unrevealed, presumed single. Known Relatives: Cabot Ashe (father, deceased), Peter Dubois (adoptive father, deceased), Mrs. Ashe (mother, deceased), Jean-Marc Dubois (cousin). Group Affiliation: Former USMC, former US Army, partner of Cinder.

(a.k.a. the King of Cats)
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If you want a whole lotta context, you can first read our series of chronological Catwoman character profiles. Or ask your cat. Background Real Name: Karl Kyle. Other Aliases: The story freely alternates between “King of the Cats” and “Cat King” as his nom de...

(Cinder Dubois)
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Context Cinder and Ashe was a 1988 DC Comics four-issue limited series, by Gerry Conway  and José Luis García-Lopéz . It was very much like a high-end, characters-driven thriller/action/detective film. The characterisation, atmosphere and art were particularly solid. The...

(Catwoman/Batman enemy)
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Context This Mister X (there are many Mister Xs in the comics) appears in one 1950 issue. His appearance is only notable since this story is a foundational tale of Catwoman (Selina Kyle). This small profile is thus meant as a sample mob-boss-with-a-gimmick from this era. Mostly for those...

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Context This character appears in one of the stories in Batman Vol. 1 #39 (1947). It references Dumas , but it’s an entirely separate story. Powers & Abilities This solid iron mask covers the entire head and neck, plus parts of the shoulders. In this story, a key use is to...

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Context The Graveyard Faction are an obscure, low-powered team of super-mercenaries. They appeared in 2014 issues of The Movement, by @GailSimone  for DC Comics. There is little material about them. But they’re exactly the kind of foes needed in many super-hero tabletop RPG...

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Context The Graveyard Faction are an obscure, low-powered team of super-mercenaries. They appeared in 2014 issues of The Movement, by Gail Simone for DC Comics. There is little material about them. But they’re exactly the kind of foes needed in many super-hero tabletop RPG...

(Graveyard Faction)
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She wields several metres of extra-thick barbed wire, over which she seems to exert telekinetic control. The main demonstrated uses are : Use it as a lasso or noose. Rigidify it to use it as a sort of macuahuitl (a sword-shaped club with rows of sharp protrusions). The second one is...