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So this sort tends to have writeups.org profiles, even if that means tiny articles where the stats are mostly guesses. Powers & Abilities Pallas is huge, with a massive (perhaps superhuman) physique. His strength seems to be in the “Class 25” range, with matching durability....

(Harlan Krueger)
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Background Real Name: Harlan Krueger. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: None. Base of Operations: Los Angeles. Height: 6′ Weight: 210 lbs Note: Read on for more about these vitals. Eyes: Blue Hair: Bald. Advertisement (adsbygoogle =...

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Context This document lists all the DC Heroes character stats in books published by Mayfair Games. It’s meant to be used by running searches — CTRL+F and so on, assuming a Windows OS. It was assembled yonks ago as “whowhere.txt” by the DCH community. For years it was...

(Edgar Bowman)
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Context “The Man Who was Death” appeared as the second story in The Crypt of Terror #17. It was the first all-horror book in a series that had been called Crime Patrol for the first 16 issues. It would later come to be renamed Tales from the Crypt. The first episode of the Tales from the...

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Context Slash is an obscure DC character. She only appeared in one story, the 1988 Batgirl Special. There’s no known tie with the previous Slash, a Lady Shiva enemy. There’s little about her. Her costume is kinda cool, yet even then it’s somewhat generic Bronze...

(Part #1 - The Stolen Throne)
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Second things next. Loghain primarily features in two of the prequel novels — The Stolen Throne and The Calling — and in DA:O. In certain scenarios, he also appears in DA:I. This first profile only includes material from The Stolen Throne. It has S P O I L E R S for this...

(Post-Crisis version) (Profile #1 - pre-Skartaris) (part #2)
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History, part 3 Dogs of war, part 1 The nation of Qurac had painstakingly built team of super-terrorists for hire, the Jihad. Qurac’s President Marlo saw this as an income source. Parties with a axe to grind against the USA were the most likely customers. The field leader of the...