Obscure Batman enemy, only seen once in 1969.
He’s Batman’s tailor… and he’s gone rogue ! Duh duh dum !
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One of the Grapplers superhuman lady wrestlers, and perhaps the most inclined toward crime.
As of March of 2020, this entry received Wrestlant and Wrestlerminds game stats, some copy editing, and illustrations upgrades.
Silver Age villainous boxer with strength-enhancing exo. Part of a handy but goofy small team of mercenaries, the Ani-Men.
As of March of 2020, this small profile was entirely redone. We finally really did it ! We maniacs ! We blew it up !
An interesting but incoherent enemy of the Ghost Rider and Spider-Woman.
During the 1970s, he seemingly specialised in hunting down supernaturals.
As of March of 2020, this profile was iced then entirely redone.
An obscure Luke Cage 1970s villain with a construction theme. Near-superhuman strength and themed weapons.
As of March of 2020, we added brick-and-mortar Mutants & Masterminds stats.
This profile has also received illustrations and texts overhaul at… some point in 2019.
He’s a “giant henchman” type, possibly a bit superhuman.
He’s associated with a Vietnamese temple that’s normally peaceful. But he mistakenly went into a fight with Spider-Man and the US government.
As of February of 2020, this profile received gigantic Mutants & Masterminds stats.
First half of our fully revised, updated, re-star-spangled profile for American Dream (Shannon Carter).
She is the inheritor of the Captain America legacy in the possible MC2 future of the Marvel Universe.
An obscure and fleeting enemy of the Hulk. Projected Third Reich superhuman warrior with great strength.
As of February of 2020, this profile had its hair done and received goosestepping M&M stats.
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The “base camp” entry for the Power Pack team of superhuman children during its Simonson/Brigman heydays. To be read before the individual Power Pack profiles.
As of February of 2020, the entry was revised to facilitate the rework of the other Power Pack articles.
Writeups.Org’s repository of new and modified powers for the DC Heroes RPG. Which means there’s a lot of stuff, (almost) all of which was necessary to model published characters. Latest additions:
— Extrasensory Perception.
— Digging (Tunnelling Only) (Packaged Limitation).
— Energy Control.
— Damage Capacity (clarified and expanded).
— Tesseracts Only (packaged Limitation for Dimension Travel).
— Gliding (Air Currents Bonus).
— Aura of Pain.
— Claws and EV (pricing discussion).
— Consumables-based Recovery for Damage Capacity.
— No Transfer Limitation for Data Storage.
— Grappling Immunity.
Also, the article was cleft in two in April of 2017 because it was just too large.
One sharp spy and assassin (or “bard”, as they say in Orlais). She appears in the Dragon Age prequel novel, The Stolen Throne.
Katriel played a critical role in the Fereldan War of Liberation… and, in a way, beyond.
As of February of 2020, added a section about Dragon Age: The Calling.