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Black Betty


A cheerful occultist and sorcerer's apprentice who knows a lot about a lot, none of which is pleasant. Stormwatch PHD member.

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Generic Amygdalan Warrior


Powerful, alien, semi-divine terror monsters from the Plane of Fear. The profile comes with full setting information, but these guys could pop up anywhere. Which isn't good news at all.

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Mimic

(Gregor Nagy)

Universe AZ homemade setting hero. Mixes various characters such as Mimic, Morph, Superman and Gregor Nagy.

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Crime Doctor

(Matt Thorne) (Post-Crisis version)

The version of the Crime Doctor that was primarily seen in DC comics during the 2000s, by Geoff Johns and Gail Simone.

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Sauryan


A sample troll beast-master from the classic Everquest MMORPG. As with most of our video game sample PCs, the profile includes lots of setting information for proper newbie orientation.

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Mollaka


The parkour master whom James Bond chases in the 2006 version of Casino Royale.

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Leito


A parkour champ and kung fu fighter played by David Belle in several movies, primarily District B13.

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Generic sonic wolves


Highly intelligent alien bat-wolves from the moon - these guys are full of surprises. Comes with extensive setting information, but these guys can be reused in a variety of campaigns.

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Jeanette


The rather dangerous, immortal, super-strong banshee who worked with the Secret Six.

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Crime Doctor

(Anica Balcescu)

A bleeding edge medical expert, capable of creating artificial superhumans in significant quantities. Also a criminal sadist.

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Nighthawk

(Kyle Richmond) (Supreme Power version)

This is the Supreme Power version of Marvel Comics' Squadron Supreme's Nighthawk. The one chronicle by Straczynski in his 2003 remake. Militant Black Batman, essentially.

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“Werewolf Three”

(Vivardi, Mardak and Haxa)

Three strange mercenaries who once worked with Claw the Unconquered, but couldn't hide for long that they were werewolves.

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Puck

(Zuzha Yu)

Marvel Comics second Puck in the 2004/2005 Alpha Flight volume, the dynamic and perky Zuzha Yu. Acrobatics, strength and speed.

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Alpha One


One of the various "flawed Superman" figures that have been all the rage this century in comic books. From the 2009 Tomasi/Champagne comic book The Mighty.

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Thanador


The bad guy in the 2007 Red Sonja/Claw the Unconquered crossover series. Powerful barbarian warrior who later became a warlock with mighty, magical demon arms.

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Doctor Horrible


A sort-of-evil-but-really-not scientist from the 2008 Whedon web series and musical comedy Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.

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Captain Hammer


A bully and glory hound broadly mistaken for a super-hero, with superhuman strength and durability. From Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog and other stories.

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Black Alice


From Birds of Prey and Secret Six, Black Alice can steal and use the magical powers of even the mightiest entities.

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Blok

(Mister X's bodyguard)

A gigantic, super-strong, possibly Māori professional bodyguard.

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Governor

(The Walking Dead)

An early, classic The Walking Dead comics series bad guy. Charismatic, take-charge sociopath who rose to power during the zombie apocalypse.

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Ragdoll

(Peter Merkel Jr.)

One of the more deranged members of DC Comics' Secret Six, with impossible physical flexibility and no inhibitions.

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Susanna Dean

(Imaginary alternate version)

An alternate, imaginary version of Susanna Dean from Stephen King's The Dark Tower literary cycle.

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