Not the Nova one or the Power Pack one. Obscure Marvel Comics mutant created by Erik Larsen, mostly seen in Spider-Man stories.
Absorbs ambient life force to power herself.
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A short-ish profile of the Oberon warframe from, well, the Warframe video game, for use in tabletop/pen-and-paper RPGs.
A versatile fighter, curiously themed after a sort of magic-casting priest of earth and fire.
And he looks great -half the reason we have warframe profiles is because I love how they look weird and cool.
This is part #4 of a series showing a playthrough of the classic, landmark Baldur’s Gate D&D video games.
It comes with an ever-so-useful table of content so you can read everything in the right order and at your leisure.
That’s the Marvel Comics one, specifically the one with the Darkforce powers. He’s oddly cool, if underused.
As of August of 2019, this profile received grimdark M&M stats, plus text and illustrations improvements. Excelsior!
A short-ish profile of the Titania warframe from, well, the Warframe video game, for use in tabletop/pen-and-paper RPGs.
The one and only gun fairy can also deploy stranger glammer-like abilities on the battlefield. And she’s tied to the mysterious Silver Grove on what’s left of Earth, and one of the oddest rebellions during the Old War.
Skeletor was the evil bad antagonist in the notable 1980s animated series, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
Old people fondly reminisce about him. Who can figure these guys out, heh. How do you do, fellow kids ?
Two demon-like, shape-shifting sisters who organise death duels between great warriors from any universes. They’re, like, a crossover engine.
The Corvidae appeared in Gail Simone and Aaron Lopresti’s Wonder Woman vs. Conan mini-series.
This is part #3 of a series showing a playthrough of the classic, landmark Baldur’s Gate D&D video games.
The chapters remain concise, since these playthrough also includes many additional encounters from selected mods.
The “classic” (well, if you’re in your 40s I guess) part of Spider-Man foe the Shocker’s career – 1967-1989, before Marvel started fleshing out his simple characterisation. A good stock jobber, I think.
As of July of 2019, this profile received yet another editing pass, plus M&M stats that are trying not to make a vibrator joke.
The second half of our Gil Jourdan character profile, to avoid overlong articles.
Classic — if B-list — investigation and adventure hero in 1950s/1960s European graphic novels.
There’s a link to part #1, of course.
A superbly competent and resourceful military intelligence operative from the XIII espionage/adventure graphic novels.
As of July of 2019, this profile received M&M stats, but nobody knows what the “Ms” stand for.
Gil Jourdan is a minor but classic character from French/Belgian mystery and adventure comics.
This two-part profile explains a bunch of things, and covers much 1950s/1960s material. This here is the first part.
This is part #1 of a series showing a playthrough of the classic, landmark Baldur’s Gate D&D video games.
Well, technically it’s part #2. Since there’s also a primer about the Forgotten Realms on writeups.org, to avoid articles that are too long to read. But don’t worry, this article has a link to the primer.
Introducing Jet Foundling, ward of the sage Gorion. A towering but awkward lass who, unbeknown to her, has a deadly secret.