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Roga Danar

(Star Trek: The Next Generation)

An Argosian super-soldier who once encountered the Star Trek: The Next Generation crew. Enhanced strength and speed, invisible to sensors.

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The Black Child

(Niourk)

A profile for L'Enfant Noir in the classic 1950s French sci-fi/post-apocalyptic novel Niourk. I don't think it was ever translated into English, so here's your chance to know about it.

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Gaige the mechromancer


An AWESOME profile and biography for Gaige and her robot Deathtrap that is, like, totally metal and has quotes and other badass stuff. Anarchy forever ! Smash the system !

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Generic Borderlands bandits


The various kinds of bandits on Pandora in the first Borderlands video game (bruisers, psychos, midgets, badass specimens, etc.), their vehicles, their likely origins, etc.

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Superman X


The Man from the Edge of Tomorrow !

This far future version of Superman appeared during the 2006-2007 run of the Legion of Super-Heroes animated series on the CW. He's named Kel Ell and has somewhat different powers.

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Mass Effect 2 biotic powers


Material about how the Mass Effect 2 biotic powers could work in-universe and in a tabletop RPG rather than in a video game, and new DC Heroes Powers to model these abilities.

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Mass Effect 1 – weapons and armour


This article discusses the guns and body armour in the first Mass Effect video game, for both the DC Heroes and the Mutants and Masterminds RPG systems. It also covers various in-universe details and the necessary data for verisimilitude in a tabletop RPG campaign.

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Fifteen Worlds of the DC Implosion

(Michelinie's aborted 1970s cosmology)

The "15 worlds" is an aborted cosmology that existed in DC Comics during the "DC Implosion" - primarily those written by David Michelinie such as Claw the Unconquered, Starfire or Star Hunters. This profile is a thorough exploration of this nigh-forgotten bit of universe building.

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Catwoman 1M

(One Million profile)

The far, far future of Catwoman from the DC One Million event by Grant Morrison.

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QT3


A strange robot with seemingly magical powers, questing to understanding living beings in a weird universe.

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Generic skag


Vaguely wolf-like reptilian alien predators from the planet Pandora and the first Borderlands video game. They're mean.

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Ruby Summers


The daughter of Scott Summers and Emma Frost in a possible, dystopian future (the same one as Bishop's).

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Ultra Boy

(Profile #1 - Earliest Silver Age)

The very first version of Ultra-Boy of the Legion of Super-Heroes, which was soon retconned away. In this take he had a triad of vision powers, more powerful than Superboy's !

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Joker

(Jeff Moreau profile #1 - Mass Effect)

Jeff "Joker" Moreau during the first Mass Effect video game (and before). Handicapped but brilliant space pilot.

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Samaritan

(Astro City)

In the wonderful Astro City setting, he's about 75% Superman and 25% Captain Marvel. Very powerful, iconic, perfect super-hero and saviour.

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Muto


Big-head psionic arch-enemy for a somewhat strange and obscure future version of Superman.

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Abra Kadabra


One of the classic Rogues opposing the Flash, though perhaps not a core one. Criminal stage magician from the far future.

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Ragansi

(aka Rei Ginsen or Reiginsen or Ray Ganze)

Mutant fighter henchman with space-warping powers. From the dismal far future of Vampire Hunter D.

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