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Early Tony Stark was in bad health and with major cardiac problems when he wore the first Iron Man suit. He had perhaps a BODY of 02. Which starkly (so to speak) limits options. But /BODY/ is fine in many cases Power armour is in fact a good example of /BODY/...

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This stops being true for one-of-a-kind equipment (such as an Iron Man suit of power armour ). But in a sufficiently high-tech setting power armour might well be available for sale, loaned by allied organisations, etc. And yet, most GMs are not going to tell players...

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Description Vehicles (Power Armour) allows for the advanced operation of suits of power armour  such as the Iron Man suit or the Steel armour. Vehicles (Power Armour) substitutes for the operator’s DEX while clad in suitable armour – including for...

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Demolition Man. It was made of the same micro-chainmail as Captain America’s modern uniform, but lacked the insulating materials that had been provided by SHIELD. This was a black bodysuit with integral cowl, white wings on the temples and a panel of red and white horizontal stripes...

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It is, of course, possible to constantly mentally rewrite everything. But this is an endless and rather confusing endeavour. Some Marvel examples : Retconning  Tony Stark as having built his suit in Afghanistan, not Việt Nam (as in the Iron Man...

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1983 Age and a bout with alcoholism cause Tony Stark to give up his suit of armor, and designate his friend Jim Rhodes as Iron Man II. 1984 Lyta Trevor takes on the mantle of Wonder Woman III. On his deathbed, Green Lantern II divides the power of his ring among his...

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Environment alteration Ammunition freedom Environment alteration Animal Friendship Environment alteration Armor Optimization Special tactic Blind-fighting Special tactic Blindside Adept Special tactic Bloodless Gunfighter Special tactic Bottomless...

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Some weapons have inflated performance in fiction (because they’ve gained an image of efficiency through clever marketing), or do not perform as they do in the real world. In all cases, the fictional depiction of what the weapon does is always preferred to the actual...

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Example: Bestowing the Iron Nerves Advantage, which provides +2CS to RV versus Intimidation Attempts, upon a character with SPIRIT 02 would require a Bestow Power of at least 6 APs (2 APs plus two Column Shifts). The duration that these abilities are in effect is equal to the character’s APs...

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Power armour A suit of body armour with motorized limbs, enhancing the strength of the wearer. Mostly comes from old science fiction (Heinlein’s Starship Troopers (1959) is the big one), but the primary example of comic book power armour is Iron Man. Primary source ...