This is the second third of our extensive Xena character profile, with links to the other two parts.
This one has the second half of her biography, because we have many skills.
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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.
This methodology article explains how we work when profiling characters from video games (particularly CRPGs and MMORPGs).
Recent additions :
— How good should the playthrough be ? section.
— “Hub” characters and “reaper” characters section, and various improvements.
Devious space alien mastermind and technologists (and perhaps weapons dealer).
As of May of 2018, this entry was reviewed, had its illustrations redone, and received M&M stats that may actually be sinister alien robots.
The New 52, brief-lived but cool version of Amethyst the fighter-magician princess. Comes with all our notes about the setting, plus the writer’s bible stuff Christy Marx sent us.
As of May of 2018, this article was cleft in two since it was too long for some to read in one sitting.
This minor Wolverine enemy is a life-draining femme fatale in Madripoor. She works as a mercenary.
As of April of 2018, this profile had its illustrations and texts overhauled, and received M&M stats that are slit high up on one side.
This profile is part of a series about this Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) enemy. It focuses on the barely-seen 1980s version of Captain Nazi – Lester Abernathy.
As of April of 2018 it has been brushed up, the illustrations were replaced by HD ones, and it received goosestepping M&M game stats.
Second part of an exploration of the setting and storyline of the old-school Might and Magic X – Legacy computer role-playing game.
This concludes the (surprisingly sweeping) story and has strange DC stats for these strange… people ?
An overview of this unusual peripheral for PC gaming, with a concrete example of using it in a game with keybinding, custom lighting and the like.
This is absolutely not our usual fare on writeups.org, and is intended to draw in new readers.
Everything about Heather Hudson up to Alpha Flight vol. 1 #28. At this point she has no special skill, equipment or identity.
As of April of 2018 we redid the illustrations, brushed the text a bit, and split this entry into two parts. Since it was slightly over our (generous) read-in-one-sitting threshold. Sorry aboot that.
A species of mutant sapient saurids that interacted with Ms. Marvel (Danvers) and the X-Men.
As of April of 2018, this entry had its illustrations overhauled, its texts reviewed, and then with cold-blooded determination we added M&M stats.
The classic/early version of Snowbird from Alpha Flight, thoroughly explored. Mush mush !
As of April of 2018, this profile has its illustrations redone and was split into two parts, since it was a few hundred words above our “read in one sitting” threshold.
First part of an exploration of the setting and storyline of the old-school Might and Magic X – Legacy computer role-playing game.
It features a made-up, but spooky/eerie adventuring party to make things less abstract.
A super-cockroach who’s evil and fights the Hulk to a standstill, as you do.
As of April of 2018, this entry had its illustrations overhauled and received M&M stats reinforced with radioactive chitin.
A noir-ish genetically engineered Argentine urban avenger lady. From a famous and long-running Argentine comic book series of the same name.
This profile presents Cybersix’ past and the situation as the series begins.