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Sahara Jackson, agent of the Division


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. Hard-arsed Beta Israel navy commando who thinks this whole thing is a load of drek. As of April of 2021, added a test reel after trying the MetaHuman Creator technology to sculpt a better character model.

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Davy Tenzer

(King David)

DC Comics' Davy Tenzer is the Biblical King David, but as a 1970s immortal anti-terror international singing super-spy. Sometimes, he fights snake aliens.

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Uri Geller

(Marvel Universe version)

So yes, Uri Geller once appeared in Marvel Comics - a 1976 Daredevil issue. He was, of course a psionic hero. As of October of 2019, added spoon-bending M&M stats.

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B.J. Blazkowicz

(Profile #1 - Wolfenstein 3D)

So that's the version of B.J. Blazkowicz who is featured in the vintage Wolfenstein 3D video game - later (and earlier) versions would be a different profile. Super-elite World War Two commando. The profile includes game emulation rules. As of September of 2017, B.J. now has dauntless M&M stats.

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Justice

(Vance Astrovik)

The former Marvel Boy, a young telekinetic hero who worked with the Thing, the New Warriors then the Avengers - which isn't half-bad. Vance Astrovik will also would have become a time-travelling astronaut. Yeah, that part's complicated.

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Ksenia Venom


A sample character from the Torchlight II video game, using a magical glaive throwing weapon and other strange techniques. As of July, 2017 this profile has been overhauled and received tail-wagging M&M stats that love to play fetch. Though it's another example of an entry where large chunks of the overhaul took place months ago but heh, now it's finalised.

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Doctor Faustus

(Profile #1 - 1968-1975)

Chapter one of our chronological series about Doctor Faustus, master of the human mind and a few other things. One of the biggest mind games experts in the Marvel Universe (literally).

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Nuklon

(Profile #1 - the 1980s)

Nuklon of Infinity, Inc. as he appeared during the 1980s.

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Thing

(Benchmark #1 - Lumpy)

DC Heroes RPG stats benchmark for the earliest version of the Thing (Benjamin Jacob Grimm).

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Ramban


An Israeli mage leading the Hayoth super-team. Mostly seen in Suicide Squad and The Spectre.

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Dybbuk

(DC Universe)

Israeli A.I. and member of the national super-team, the Hayoth.

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Magneto


Older, gisted profile where the main point was to agree on ballpark game stats for the big M.

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Tracer

(Richard Bloom)

A well-equipped bounty-hunting cyborg. Fought Deathlok and Spider-Man.

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Batwoman

(Katherine Rebecca Kane) (Greg Rucka's take)

A big profile of the modern version of Batwoman (Kate Kane) as created by Greg Rucka. Hard-hitting ex-military urban vigilante, and independent Batman ally.

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Shadowcat – older notes


This is our old set of DC Heroes RPG stats for Kitty, along with some pictures. People insisted that we keep them online, for some reason. Oh, well.

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Silhouette

(Ursula Zandt)

What we know about minor Watchmen character The Silhouette, a member of the Minutemen.

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Major Victory

(Vance Astro)

The version of Vance Astro with Marvel's original Guardians of the Galaxy, from Earth-691's 31st century.

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Blackstarr


An obscure, odd and unpleasant enemy of the 1980s Supergirl. Enormous powers with a gravity/astronomy theme.

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Ragman

(Rory Regan) (Post-Crisis version)

This is the post-Crisis version of Ragman, the Jewish "fabric golem" eating evil souls. The Ragman is a magical guardian defending the oppressed.

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Moon Knight


The "classic" (1970s to 1990s) Moon Knight, because these notes are pretty old. But there's prolly what you need, so heh.

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