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Marhault Ogre


A sort of giant faerie killer gorilla. It's a thing. This creature was seen in the landmark indie Mage: The Hero Discovered comic books.

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Modred the Mystic

(Profile #1 - 1975-1978)

Marvel Comics' Modred the Mystic, a time-tossed Arthurian magician. This is the first chapter of his profile and covers his early appearances, back when he was meant to be an occult super-hero.

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Tielle the archer


The archetypal goofy elf girl/fantasy archer, from Japanese RPG video game Recettear. When she's not busy obsessing over pastries, she can perform some strange magical bow shots.

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Mister Doll


Continuing our writeups arc about very early Iron Man villains, from the Tales of Suspense days. We'll see this guy again when our early Spider-Woman villains writeups arc can progress.

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Caillou the boy mage


The most spells-heavy adventurer in the Recettear video game. 14-year-old pedant who knows magic. But heh, he's colour-coordinated with our site, so we appreciate that.

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Phantom Rider

(Carter Slade) (Hamilton Slade, too) (Doug's take)

The Ghost Rider a.k.a. the Phantom Rider a.k.a. the Night Rider. Marvel Comics' Old West vigilante who convincingly pretended to be an avenging ghost. This profile also includes material about his descendant, who did get the power to turn into an avenging ghost.

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Princess Elsa of Arendelle


Continuing our occasional coverage of Disney princesses (especially those with super-powers) with Elsa from Frozen. She could join the X-Men and allow Iceman to return to his accounting career, heh?

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Recette Lemongrass, and Tear


The heroines of an odd and cute little video game about running a magic items shop for dungeon-delving adventurers in a Generic Fantasy Setting. The inept but very friendly Recette, and the grumpy but well-trained fairy Tear.

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Mad Pharaoh


Another very early foe of Iron Man (Tony Stark). Time-travelling Ancient Egyptian evil sorcerer, so it prolly was a Monday.

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Sean Knight


The ghost attorney in Matt Wagner's Mage: the Hero Discovered landmark comic books. So he gets the power of attorney, and ghost powers too.

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Gitane

(Ezmirella (Everquest I era))

A sample Everquest Player Character (half-elf ranger), who's cool. Like most our sample video game characters, also comes with various primers about the setting and how it works. Now with more better pictures, sample video and M&M game stats.

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Niknokbiloey


The gold medallist of our 2015 Halloween character creation contest. Evil, ancient British imp who hates festivities unless he's been properly invited and placated. Based on nursery rhymes and other folk traditions.

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Edsel


The Lady of the Lake as a street-tough 1980s Black girl (who's not big on farcical aquatic ceremonies). Edsel was cool.

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Mangrove Hag


Another sample Player Character from Everquest II - a mean troll warlock lady. And her cat. She really likes cats.

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Obsidian Dragon


An original character profile as part of one of our character creation contests. Ex-gangbanger in Toronto turned into a sullen dragon man working for the police.

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Apocalyst


From our Halloween of 2015 character creation contest. Mad mystical scientist obsessed with "improving" the human form through any mean necessary.

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Midnight Monroe


Bronze medal winner (ex-aequo) winner of our Halloween, 2015 character creation contest. Cheap horror movie-themed super-villainess with magic powers.

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Ravenstill, daughter of wind


A sample draenei shaman in World of Warcraft. Beyond being a sample fleshed-out adventurer with DC Heroes RPG stats, the article comes with a short but complete known history of the Draenei, and a primer about shamanism in WoW.

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Graymalkin Knight


From our Halloween of 2015 character creation event. A young modern knight with some magic weapons, and a rather bad if distant familial background.

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Invisible Knight


One of the characters created for our Halloween of 2015 contest. International adventurer with various magical artefacts and decades-long ties to a city lost in dreams.

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Rachel Mullan, P.I.


One of the characters from our Halloween of 2015 character creation event. Paranoid paranormal investigator with various magic weapons, but little idea about how to use them.

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Magician from Mars


One of the earliest comic book super-powered heroines, debuting in 1940. An odd, brief-lived character with unlimited powers.

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Amazon

(Diablo II)

The unnamed Amazon as she appears in Diablo II. We do know a few things about her origins, and she is something of an archetype so that's useful. The stats are for a "bowazon" build.

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Fantomah


Fantomah is probably the first super-powered heroine in US comics. She starred in pretty weird stories starting in 1940, and is a powerful mystical guardian.

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Generic Vahine

(The Tiger-Women of Wildmoon Mountain)

Here they are at least - the tiger women of Wildmoon Mountain with their potions, their flying tiger mounts, and so on. They once attacked The Jungle protected by Fantomah.

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Jungle Demon


A fiendish foe of Fantomah armed with the evil eye and a titanic pet snake. But it wasn't his fault, not really - not that Fantomah really cares.

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Arco

(The super-scientist of long ago)

A mummy super-scientist from long ago - with a blinding ray, of course. He clashed with the great Fantomah, with predictable results.

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