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Context This article is primarily DC Heroes RPG stats, though there are plain English notes at the end. It is derived from speculative New Scientist articles about the future of infantry warfare, from a technical/equipment angle. Thus, that provides reasonably credible panoplies for soldiers...

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Context The Fallout video games series (1997-present) takes place in an over-the-top post-apocalyptic setting. It mixes a Mad Max aspect, 1950s atomic horror conventions and various “after the Bomb” influences. For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character ...

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Context This is an older technical article for the DC Heroes RPG. It harbours some older work on Skills. These work OK, but we’re not entirely happy about them and/or they’re too niche and in most cases the default rules are fine. Still, they could be useful so we keep them...

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Context This article is about quantifying Star Wars stories, using DC Heroes RPG tools. It is both useful for people running SW campaigns, and to provide solid shared approaches and numbers for character writeups. This is a slow-moving project due to time constraints, and the document is a...

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Many gamemasters are interested in having handy killer robots to populate secret bases, danger rooms and whatnot. So I thought coming up with generic game stats for such might be useful. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities This...

(Older article)
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Context This is a semi technical article for the DC Heroes RPG. It is now largely obsolete. This article was intended to provide a broad, shallow coverage of all sort of common weapons in order both to fix a few oddities in the weapon stats and use in the rulesbook. It also allowed WORG...

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Context This is a technical article for the DC Heroes RPG. This quick framework makes writing up missiles easier and gives them coherent stats. Types of missiles There are 3 main kind of missile depicted in fiction – pulse, long and persistent. “Pulse” missiles will hit...

Character-specific tweaks and advantages
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Thus their reason for existing is that fiction heroes, villains and anti-heroes actually do that stuff, rather than “it was a neat idea I had for the game system”. In many cases, the concern was that a given...

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Context This is a technical article for the DC Heroes RPG. Environment alteration rules appeared in the second edition of DC Heroes, back in 1989. That was fairly novel back in 1989, and the rule was a bit obscure. Long-time players usually remembers the example that came with it, though...

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This set of rules was called OMACS, meaning “OMACS Maintains it Ain’t a Conversion System”. This makes it clear that these are not magical algorithms that provide an accurate result – these are meant for people to get ballpark values. A rough idea. Some key...