The mandatory Russian guy who turns into a giant bear. Former member of the Soviet Super-Soldiers.
As of Novembear of 2020, this profile was entirely redone.
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A sample field agent of The Division, as a window into the setting of the first Tom Clancy’s The Division shooter video game by Ubisoft.
This is the second half of the profile, with a link to part 1.
An obscure robot who nearly beat the Avengers in 1965. Strong fighter.
As of November of 2020, this entry was revisited. It also now includes M&M stats and a summary of the “fictional Sin Cong as a stand-in for the Việt Nam invasion” continuity bit.
A young and redoubtable Amazon and Gorgon officer. She’s cool, in more ways than one.
Delphyne primarily appeared in Marvel’s Hercules and Amadeus Cho stories.
This is the second half of her profile. The one with the death scrunchie.
First version of a review of the tools we’ve used to create character portraits on writeups.org (for original characters, or those without usable visuals). Mostly it’s stuff from video games, though most of it is free or real cheap.
Since creating portraits or full-body models of original characters isn’t a rare need among various sorts of role-players.
This article is updated from time to time. See its table of content.
A big, heavily illustrated article about rifles, shotguns, submachineguns, etc. in fiction. So that’s useful to have.
This content used to be presented in the same article as Weapons Locker – Modern firearms – Chapter #2 – Small Arms, part 1. But the article was getting too big and with too many photos for slow connections and less powerful devices, so it’s better to cleave it in two.
— Large-bore air rifle
— Drum-fed shotgun
— Badass tommy gun
— Badass Mosin-Nagant
— All-Inclusive Assault Carbine
— Integrally Suppressed Assault Carbine
— Four-barrelled combination gun
— Microwave gun
— Rimfire submachinegun
A Weapons Locker about small melee weapon (knives, tonfa, batons, hatchets, etc.). Lots of photos and videos. Dual-statted for DC Heroes and Mutants & Masterminds.
As of September of 2017, this has been upgraded to include new style DCH stats as well as the old style.
Recent additions :
– Additional picture of period cesti, plus video showing cestus boxing.
Chapter four (and thus the fifth part) of our body armor series. Wot discusses stuff you put on your head to protect it.
This ranges from low-tech to tacticool, and also discusses how and why model helmets in DCH. It’s all absolutely helmtastic and hatterific.
Recent additions :
– Sports light face protector.
Big article about all of ’em guns in Old West stories. Lots of illustrations and videos, simple explanations about all the important things. Dual-statted for DCH and M&M.
Latest additions :
– Chain revolver.
– Dual-cylinder rifle.
A selection of weapons — ranged and melee — from the Warframe video game.
New weapons and pictures get added as I play. Additions since the original release :
– Twin Gremlins machine pistols.
– Boar assault shotgun.
– Fixed missing illustrations, added some.
– Orthos poleaxe.
– Miter launcher.
– Vectis precision rifle.
– Kohm shotgun.
– Ignis flamethrower.
– Nagantaka repeater crossbow.
– Pandero pistol.
– Amprex electrical projector.
– Rogga flintlock shotgun pistol.
– Synapse beam emitter.
– Lenz launcher.
– Phage emitter.
– Pox biological payload.
– Castanas throwing… things.
One of the main Russian (and formerly Soviet) Marvel Comics superhumans.
Reflective force-field, beefiness, hammer and sickle.
As of November of 2020, this profile is being entirely redone as a two-parter.
A killer, urchin and hardened thief dragged into an unpopular army of paladin commandos.
Duncan is a pivotal character in Dragon Age: Origins, though most of his material is in the The Calling prequel novel.
A somewhat obscure, powerful 1970s enemy of the Justice League of America.
Otherdimensional alien feeding off fear.
Mmm, this image is very tall. I prolly should add some text here so it doesn’t feel weirdly empty, especially for people not familiar with the site. So how are y’all doing. I’m doing good. I have some delicious flan left to eat, and I love flan.
So yeah, anyway, Nekron. No, not the demon lord in Underworld Unleashed (or Underwear unwashed, according to one of our contributors who hate that crossover). The 1970s, space one.