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Winter Guard


The core Russian heroes in the Marvel Universe since the late 1990s. This team profile explains all the basics so the individual character profiles do not have to.

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Siberforce

(a.k.a. Exiles)

The core Russian heroes during the 1990s in the Marvel Universe. This team profile explains all the basics so the individual character profiles do not have to.

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Soviet Super-Soldiers


The core Soviet heroes during the 1980s in the Marvel Universe. As determined by our five-year industrial plan, this team profile explains all the basics so the individual character profiles do not have to.

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Dynaheir


One of the core companions from the canon adventuring party in the original Baldur's Gate D&D video game. Lawful Good Human witch from Rashemen. As with all our Baldur's Gate profiles, there's plenty of explanations about the context, cultures, history, etc. relevant to the character.

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Red Guardian

(Colonel Alexei Shostakov)

Marvel's 1960s Red Guardian - a sort of Soviet Captain America. Comes with a fair bit of background notes. As of December of 2019, this entry was entirely overhauled, and received M&M stats. But the stats are not for you. They are for the people.

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Minsc


One of the core companions from the canon adventuring party in the original Baldur's Gate D&D video game. Probably the most famous and loved of the lot. Human fighter from Rashemen.

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Concussion


An obscure Russian mutant in the Marvel Universe. He blasts. As of august of 2019, our contributor Pawsplay added Мутанты и Masterminds stats, under the "heh why not" clause.

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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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Mrs. Gradenko


A strange werebear, and a Russian special operative. Seen in Suicide Squad. As of January of 2019, this profile has been overhauled and got overbearing M&M stats.

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Black Widow

(Natalia Romanova) (Profile #1 - 1927-1946)

An unreasonably thorough explanation about the Black Widow (Natalia Romanova) from the origins to the end of the Great Patriotic War. Buckle up, it's something of a ride. As of January of 2019, this profile has received yet more polishing, and was cleft due to length.

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Black Widow

(Natalia Romanova) (Profile #2 - 1946-1965)

Part the second of our beautiful and deadly character profile for Natalia Romanova. This one covers 1946-1965, but in practice it mostly corresponds to her earliest Marvel appearances as a femme fatale after Tony Stark's industrial assets. Or at least, what he insists are industrial assets.

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Madame X

(Nina Tsiolkovsky)

An obscure Cold War Soviet spy with a transvestite schtick. She mostly fought Henry Pym. But there's potential here. As of November of 2018, her old profile was poisoned using Novichok - and replaced by a much better profile.

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Zangief

(Tom's profile)

One of the most popular classic Street Fighters characters, a giant Russian wrestler. As of July of 2018, Tom has revised and improved this entry. It now has 8% more muscle and 11% more chest hair.

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Boris Turgenov


A KGB agent who was the Black Widow's partner during the 1960s. As of April of 2018, this small profile was overhauled, expanded and received no-goodnik M&M stats.

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Black Widow

(Marvel Heroes 2015 video game version)

Black Widow (Natalia Romanova), but this time it's the version of the character in the Marvel Heroes 20XX Diablo-like video game. Her equipment is interesting.

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Kursk


Minor electrical Russian villain seen in Skybound's Invincible and Guardians comics. Generic mercenary.

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Violet

(Ana Raynor)

A sample Player Character from a DC Heroes tabletop super-hero role-playing game campaign. Part of a fighting duo.

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Iron Maiden

(Melina Vostokovna)

An enemy of the Black Widow. She wears heavy body armour, making her an interesting challenge for most street-level characters.

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Lancelot

(Alex Draguno)

Highly skilled power armour fighter in the Marvel Universe. She seemed better than Stark.

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Molotov


A Soviet super-soldier seen during the 1980s in Outsiders and Suicide Squad. Self-detonation.

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Sorceress-Major Maya Antares


A dauntless Comrade-Sorceress, and one of the major characters in the epic The Red Star graphic novels. Comes with a bit of system work to simulate the distinctive magic that Maya uses.

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KGBeast

(Profile #1 - classic)

A powerhouse Batman villain as he appeared in 1988. His later appearances are covered in a second writeup, so this one is the classic KGBeast.

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Supreme Soviet


Most would rather forget about him, but we won't let ya. Giant super-soldier with a light exo and bad combat droids.

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