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Context This micro-profile was a quick example of DC Heroes RPG min-maxing, using 450 points. The DCH character creation simply isn’t built to curb abuse. It assumes responsible users rather than being engineered to Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG Print Friendly Tell me more about the game...

(Alternate version for the Marvel Universe)
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Background Real Name: Unrevealed. Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Formerly Brigade. Base Of Operations: Unrevealed. Height: 5’10” Weight: 145lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: Blonde Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers...

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Context This character is an original creation. We often call these “homemades” or “homebrewed” – think home cooking or craft beer. Many of these characters were created to take part in tabletop role-playing game sessions. Others were invented as a...

(Marvel Universe alternate version)
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Context Brigade was an early, uninteresting Image Comics book of the early 1990s. It had some generic, cheap “heroes” with a style screaming “early 1990s”. Since a 1990s tabletop super-hero RPG campaign of mine needed corporate superhuman operatives, I adapted some...

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Context In 2001, there were various strange sightings and attacks in New Delhi . Some eyewitnesses described a sort of evil monkey, but others added he wore a metallic helmet and a harness with lights on it. There were more sightings in 2002. Many people who *haven’t* been...

(Roy's Elseworld version)
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The main difference is that this version assume that the Armageddon 2001 publishing event took place as DC had originally planned. What actually happened is that DC changed the ending of that big annual crossover at the last minute, due to leaks. And thus here, writeups.org contributor...

(Ben Mason)
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Context Hey there, gang! My DC Heroes role-playing game group is plunging headfirst into an Amalgam -style campaign. I thought I’d introduce you to a Character or two just for kicks. Meet Benjamin J. Mason, aka THE STONE, a rich hearty blend of The Thing and Metamorpho. Stagg,...

(Alternate Marvel Universe version)
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Context Brigade was an early, uninteresting Image Comics book of the early 1990s. It had some generic, cheap “heroes” with a style screaming “early 1990s”. Since a 1990s tabletop super-hero RPG campaign of mine needed corporate superhuman operatives, I adapted some...

(Anti-munchkin)
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Context (These very old notes are about an original sort-of-character used in a DCH game. It stems from an adversarial GMing style that isn’t generally shared by the contributors — Ed.) This character is a version of myself I use when players think that there is nothing their PC...

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Context An experimental study in Home Field Advantage. (These ooooold notes (late 1990s, I think) are about a villain who emerged in a DC Heroes campaign. Apparently, the relation between players and GM was a bit tenser than it ideally should — Ed.). Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG Print...