Super-genius Riri Williams during her early career, as she becomes the armoured Ironheart because Tony Stark painted himself in a corner *again*.
Part #1 of 2 !
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A super-agent with martial and telepathic capabilities. From the early 1990s Gene Dogs books by Marvel UK. A useful low-powered military-ish team.
As of March of 2018, this profile had its fur brushed, then received M&M stats that are all alone in the moonlight.
If Franklin Delano Roosevelt gets official DCH RPG stats as the emblematic President of the Golden Age of comics, then let’s have some for John Fitzgerald Kennedy as the emblematic Silver Age of comics one.
Our first chronological profile for Betsy, covering her Captain Britain and X-Men career until the Siege Perilous.
As of February of 2018, this profile had its illustrations psychically overhauled, and gained butterfly-shaped M&M stats.
Nekra is pretty cool and useful to have, actually. Long career, diverse abilities, good themes and varied hooks.
As of February of 2018, this profile was dusted up and split into two parts, since it was too long.
The comic book version of Barb Wire as she was during the 1990s. She’s more interesting than you may think. Skilled bounty huntress with lots of grit, a Harley and some surprising gadgets and friends.
As of February of 2018, this profile has been split in two and slightly overhauled, since it was a tad too long.
Humble has a particularly good bundle of InXile RPG and RPG-adjacent video games up. I can personally recommend all but one of them (because there’s one I haven’t played).
Check it out, unless you positively hate video games.
A big article full of stuff about Yoko Tsuno, one of the old-school heroines of Franco-Belgian adventure graphic novels. A highly positive, omni-competent brainy engineer who’s had many adventures across the world, time, and space.
As of February of 2018, this article was split in two. It was a bit long to read in one sitting.
The first part of an extensive sample character profile in the world of the Grim Dawn post-apocalyptic, steampunk action-adventure computer RPG.
This part is chiefly about the world – technology, types of magic, atmosphere, known history, the recent zombie apocalypse, etc.
A super-strong, rather smart, rather dangerous superhuman gang leader in a down-on-its-luck city. Mace Blitzkrieg is primarily a Barb Wire character.
As of February of 2018, Mace has hairy-chested M&M stats.
Heeeere comes the final third of our Luke Cage (Netflix version) profile. So what’s left for part 3 ? Well, the quotes section, the stats block, and plenty of discussion of his stats, and some more photos, and a bit of music.
This continues the low-tech weapons locker article with the medium-weight, common types of melee weapons. Swords, axes, maces, this sort of things.
Amazingly useful to stat low-tech characters, it must be said.
A capsule character profile for Elijah Priest aka “Mister Glass”, as played by Samuel Jackson in the Unbreakable movie in 2000.
As of February of 2018, this tiny entry nonetheless receive fragile M&M stats.
Part #2 of our sample playthrough and character for Dragon Age: Origins, using the City Elf origin sequence.
There’ll another pass during the Spring or Summer of 2018 to improve screenshots and for general polish.
From the Gene Dogs comics during the brief, early 1990s Marvel UK implosion. Low-end superhuman paramilitary operative.
As of February of 2018, this profile was overhauled, and received crystalline M&M stats.
Obscure member of the Gene Dogs, an obscure Marvel UK team. Commando with clawed bracers and low-key (perhaps even obscure) feline powers.
As of January of 2018, this profile was overhauled to align with our “base camp” profile for the Gene Dogs.
EDIT – and in February I remembered to add her M&M stats. D’oh.
An interesting (but poorly filmed) Mass Effect character. Peak human genetically engineered shadow agent and terrorist, with a lot of baggage.
As of February of 2018, this profile has been split into two parts due to length. And because it has a lot of images. I wonder why we have so many screenshots of Miranda, I truly do.