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Nightshadow


A Player Character in an older DC Heroes tabletop super-hero role-playing game campaign. Super-ninja type.

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Amazon

(Justice League of Kildar)

Short-ish notes about a version of DC Comics' Wonder Woman existing in a Dungeon & Dragons heroic fantasy milieu. Part of a team.

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Hercules

(Chad's version)

This is a homemade version of Hercules as a super-hero, mostly drawing from Marvel's classic take on the Lion of Olympus.

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Elektra

(Homemade DCU villainess)

An original Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel enemy, for tabletop super-hero RPGs set in the DC Universe. Evil Amazon with occult skills.

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Earthshaker

(Donald Baer)

Powerful cyborg crime lord with an organisation of same. From a long-running DCH campaign.

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Captain Terror

(Evil Captain Marvel)

An imaginary, evil version of Fawcett and DC Comics' Captain Marvel (Billy Batson).

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Blacksmith

(Goibhne the Maker)

Thor-style super-hero version of this Celtic deity. From our contributor Bil's old campaign.

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Atlas


Original villain from our contributor Bil's campaign. A goofball who thinks he's the mythological Atlas, but also has major strength and growth powers.

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American Star


An original super-hero, created as a player character in a DC Heroes RPG campaign. Patriotic peak human type.

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Vor-Em


Vor-Em the lion-headed fighter, a Supreme enemy during the Alan Moore run. Class 90 strength.

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Victorius

(Victor Conrad)

A 1970s Marvel villain who's a super-soldier, a scientist and a melee combat expert.

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Karate Kid

(Val Armorr) (Post-Reboot version)

The rebooted version of Karate Kid, not too long after he was introduced.

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Emerald Empress

(Post-Reboot version)

The "reboot" version of the Emerald Empress of the Fatal 5, this one a deadly martial artist and assassin.

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Samurai Jack


A super-samurai fighting demons in a dystopian future. From the early 2000s Cartoon Network series.

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Slipknot


A very minor Firestorm villain, though he's surprisingly masterful and had interesting "sticky ropes" weaponry.

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Wargod


Obscure Captain America with a curiously redoubtable power-armour-and-big-mace combo.

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X-Treme

(Adam X)

Possibly the fourth Summers brother. Very 1990s super-fighter with mutant powers and alien technique.

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Childs

(British Super-Soldiers)

A super-strong drugged-out super-soldier with 'em big guns, and an uncontrollably murderous attitude problem.

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V

(V for Vendetta)

From Moore and Lloyd's classic V for Vendetta comics.

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Ace


A Spider-Man character who appeared in two distinctive Annual issues. Cool for the times and with something of a message, but now dated.

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