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(DC comics emotional spectrum)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); In recent years, a colour-coded mini-mythology appeared around other types of power rings, with the colours corresponding to “emotions” (assuming a loose understanding of the term). This article examines the...

(Part #1)
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Our narration of the storyline stops as issue #2 ends, for brevity and to limit S P O I L E R S. However, the description of her abilities and of the milieu spans the entire run. So there are numerous S P O I L E R S on that front. The profile also includes some notes Christy Marx sent...

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FWIW Ingvie’s name is of Indonesian origin (since Citrine population seems to originally be from India and/or Indonesia), though by phonetic coincidence it’s also a Nordic first name. Background Real Name: Lady Ingvie of the House of Citrine. Other Aliases: Ingvie presumably now...

(Part #2)
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Context This is the second half of the article, which was split for reading comfort. So of course you should read the first half of the Princess Amaya of the House of Amethyst character profile first, eh ? Gemstones Nilaa is never called “Gemworld”. Though it is a new...

(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...

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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...

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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....

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Background Real Name: Drew Fisher. Other Aliases: “Ven”, “Moth-chan”. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Member of the Movement. Base of Operations: Coral City. Height: 5’4″ Weight: 125 lbs. Eyes: Blue. Hair: Blonde. ...

(Frankie Charles)
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Context Frankie Charles was a support character and ally during the “Batgirl of Burnside” era. Meaning 2015 and the first half of 2016. Meaning the Tarr/Fletcher/Stewart run. Meaning issue #35-50 of the 2011 Batgirl run. Meaning the post-Flashpoint, pre-Rebirth version...