A small profile for a sample MagiQuest child magi. It’s mostly about representing the game’s core mechanics in DCH form.
MagiQuest is a commercial Live Action RPG.
Writeups.org is an encyclopaedia of characters in genre fiction — comic books, video games, action movies, etc. It offers illustrated, researched profiles. These also include technical data for role-players. If you need a robust understanding of a character’s abilities, personality, history, etc. this is *the* place to be.
Alpha Flight’s Aurora during her classic, Byrne career. Flight, super-speed and some light-based powers.
As of June of 2018, this profile has its illustrations upgraded, its texts made 18% shinier, and received M&M stats qui swignent fort.
A fairly obscure Golden Age killer vigilante with minor powers and a sinister Gothic appearance.
As of October of 2017, the Terror has received skull-faced M&M stats.
And as of June of 2018, the illustrations were redone and the text was combed back.
Clearly, everybody wants to read something called “quantification heuristics”. Total best headline.
A discussion of the evidence-based mental model used on writeups.org when it comes to stats, and stuff related to stats (such as capabilities descriptions).
Continuing our big series of chronological profiles for Carol Danvers. This one is Carol as Ms. Marvel with the black costume, during the 1980s.
As of June of 2018, this profile was entirely overhauled using our sparkly, sparkly fists.
This continues our big chronological series about Carol Danvers. So we reach the point when she becomes Ms. Marvel, this is the late 1970s, she still had the red and black costume, and she was in a certain state of… flux.
As of June of 2018, this profile (which already had its illustrations overhauled) was split into a main section and an appendix, and had its texts tightened.
The appendix to our big character profile for Marvel Comics’ Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) during the late 1970s.
This part has the quotes, the RPG stats, the DC History section, some more notes, etc..
This the first of Nemesis avengers seen in the pages of Alpha Flight – the 1984 one. Mysterious undead “angel of vengeance” with a monomolecular magic sword.
As of June of 2018, this profile and its illustration have been improved through necromancy, then we added atom-thick M&M stats.
The thrice-yearly report about the site’s condition.
Along with the thrice-yearly call for donations, so the site can continue to exist.
THRILLS ! SUSPENSE ! ACTION ! SHOCKING TWISTS ! Read about it all within, and support the fight for democracy by buying war bonds and recycling rubber.
This is Maggie as she appeared during the 1980s, back when she was essentially Superman’s “Commissioner Gordon” equivalent.
Sharp cop in the process of inventing a police unit capable of dealing with superhumans.
Marus the Magekiller (spoiler – he kills mages) is one of the two co-protagonists in the Dragon Age: Magekiller (spoiler – it’s in the Dragon Age universe) comic books by Greg Rucka.
Altered, magic-resistant combat monster.
An anti-Thanos doomsday weapon encountered by Daredevil and others.
As of May of 2018, this profile was overhauled. And it also received M&M stats that SHALL DESTROY ALL THE CIVILISED PLANETS !!
Full team profile for the Thunderbolts from the beginning to the 2010s.
As of May of 2018, this profile was cleft for length, and is now presented in two parts. This was done using prison labour for low costs, then pocketing the difference.
Dragon Age character, from the Knight Errant comics from Dark Horse.
One of the very few Elven squires in Ferelden’s history, a “repossession” and stealth expert, and eventually a young agent for a certain inquisitive organisation.
An obscure, mediocre Jekyll & Hyde expy who fought the Werewolf by Night a few times during the 1970s.
But I’m sure some of y’all can find ways to use this material to tell more interesting stories.
Or eh, maybe you just need a stock brute who “exults in evil”. That works too.
Our larger, more modern writeup for the great and mighty Xena during her 1990s action/adventure TV series.
From bloodthirsty ancient warlord (well, warlady) to epic fantasy heroine for good!
As of May of 2018, this profile was cleft into three parts through careful use of a chakram. Because it may have been a tiny bit long, yeah.
Last third — so, y’know, part #3 — of Doug’s herculean character profile for Xena, as played by Lucy Lawless in the old fan-favourite TV show.
This is the bit with the RPG stats, the romance and RP notes, the stats design notes, etc.