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Anabasis-5

(Destiny video games)

A window into the Destiny "epic sci-fi" video game universe, using a sample character. Though in this article the emphasis is on the universe. So if you want to learn about stuff such as the Worm Gods, the Sword Logic, the Traveller's Ghosts, the Last City, the European Dead Zone, the Rasputin Warmind, the Infinite Forest, etc. it's all in...

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Dolores & Juan Muerto


Obscure 1970 enemies of the Batman. And among the oddly few Mexican characters in the DCU. Aristocratic Gothic Horror crime lords who are sort of immortal.

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Annihilus

(Part #1 - 1960s/70s)

A great space menace from another universe. And one of Marvel Comics' notable villains. As of March of 2020, this entry has been entirely redone. It now covers but the 1960s and 1970s, since even just that is a lot of info.

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Death-Man


An odd Batman foe with an improbable mystique to him. As of September of 2019, this entry received some polish -- plus manically morbid Mutants & Masterminds modelisation.

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Castle Grayskull


Full notes about this important -- and ominous -- location in the He-man and the Masters of the Universe cartoons of the 1980s.

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Corvidae


Two demon-like, shape-shifting sisters who organise death duels between great warriors from any universes. They're, like, a crossover engine. The Corvidae appeared in Gail Simone and Aaron Lopresti's Wonder Woman vs. Conan mini-series.

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Zodac


One of 'em cosmic watcher/monitor figures. Zodac appeared in several episodes of the 1980s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoons by Filmation.

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Gunwitch


A good guy (more or less) zombie gunman who never misses. From the atmospheric Nocturnals comics. As of June of 2019, this profile was entirely redone and sewed back together.

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Emmanuelle Chekhov, the Imperial Slayer


A vampire commando who hunts vampires, in the Russian Resurgence future depicted in Nikolai Dante comics published in 2000AD. She's so vein, she prolly thinks this writeup is about her. As of March of 2019, this profile has had its ichor reinvigorated, and received befanged M&M stats.

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Nemesis Enforcer

(G.I. Joe - the movie)

Big, mutated super-warrior and agent. He was the, well, enforcer for Golobulus of Cobra-La in the 1987 animated G.I. Joe movie.

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Golobulus


Another short-ish entry for a character from the 1987 G.I. Joe: the movie animated feature. Golobulus was the big bad, and the ruler of the ancient Cobra-La empire.

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Sif

(Profile #1 - the 1960s) (Part 1)

An extensive profile for the Lady Sif of Asgard as she appeared in 1960s Thor comic book stories (and some flashbacks). Lots of material. As of June of 2017, this profile firmly wields M&M stats made of stout, gleaming Asgardian steel. And as of October of 2018, it was overhauled then split in two to facilitate reading.

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Generic Organians

(Star Trek: The original Series)

A hyper-advanced alien species seen in a 1967 episode of Star Trek, "Errand of Mercy". Cosmic psionic powers.

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Guardian of death

(Sample Diablo 3 witch-doctor) (Part #1 - Diablo context)

A character profile for a sample Diablo III Witch-Doctor Player Character. This includes a primer to the world and the story of all three games, because that's how we roll in the Torajan Jungles.

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Nemesis

(Ms. St. Ives)

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.

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Dawn Man


An odd but generally friendly prehistoric man. He appeared in a 1940s Superman story.

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Excaliber


An early and obscure Spider-Woman enemy serving Morgan Le Fay. Enhanced evil knight possession spell, magical sword.

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Balthazar Blake


Yes, this is Nicolas Cage. Please stop running away ! OK, good. Balthazar Blake is from The Sorcerer's Apprentice, a 2010 Disney movie with a Chosen One, secret wizards, Merlin and other everyday things.

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Sylphid Erymos

(Titan Quest)

This is our sample Player Character for Titan Quest, a cool action game about Ancient Greek, Egyptian and Chinese gods and monsters. Sylphid is a bratty, stealth demi-goddess of the wind and, inadvertently, the last Olympian and defender of mortals.

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Baconweed Fairy


The first boss in the Crashlands video game. I thought she was memorable, and I'm of course never wrong. She has special teeth powers, too.

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Megatron

(1980s Marvel Comics version)

Perhaps the greatest villain known to Generation Y... well, at least back when they were very young and if they were watching lots of telly. And until they saw Darth Vader, I guess. Oh, well. You know. This is the eeeviiill Transformer boss, as he appeared in the "G1" 1980s comics published by Marvel. Back then he still turned into...

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Warlock

(New Mutants)

This profile covers the classic career of Warlock, the techno-organic mutant alien among the New Mutants. There's also a fair bit of stuff about modelling his species' abilities.

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Gears

(1980s Transformers comics)

Gears of the Transformers, as he appeared in the early Marvel Comics spin-off of the 1980s.

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Prowl

(Transformers) (1980s Marvel Comics version)

This is Prowl of the Transformers as he appeared in the 1980s licensed Marvel comic book series. Back then he was turning into a Datsun Z-series styled as a police cruiser.

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Shockwave

(Transformers) (Marvel Comics G1 version)

Shockwave the evil Transformer bad guy, and then-new leader of the Decepticons. As for the rest of Bryan's current writeups arc, this is for the version that appeared in Marvel Comics of the 1980s.

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Kistna of the Masters

(Valérian & Laureline)

An enigmatic, powerful and classy space princess who became an important ally of Valérian and Laureline. Also discusses her mysterious, rare species - which other folks call The Masters.

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Bumblebee

(Transformers) (1980s Marvel Comics)

Continuing Bryan's arc through the 1980s Marvel Transformers comics, with Bumblebee. As you could prolly tell from the illustration, if you're an older gentleman. Back then BB still turned into a VW Beetle.

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Ratchet

(1980s Marvel US comics)

Ratchet of the Transformers as he appeared in the 1980s Marvel Comics books series. He's the robot doctor who turns into a robot ambulance and saves the robot day.

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