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Posts Tagged ‘ Post-Apocalypse ’

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Mercy 8162

(Mercy Connaught)

A deadly vigilante and athlete from a dying Earth broken down future. They were the best team in the Game... but this is not a game anymore ! As of July of 2020, this profile had its hair styled, and received M&M stats.

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Dragon 8162


A gladiator and mercenary in the year 8162. Gifted leader and fighter, commands elite unite the Dragon's Claws. As of July of 2020, cleaned and oiled the weapons -- and added M&M stats.

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Kailane the Culler

(and the Sword Goddess)

A fully fleshed-out sample heroic/dark fantasy character, based on a weird Path of Exile build. A burning intelligent sword that kills her wielders, darting acrobatics based on a magical proximity sense, a feral huntress with a pet canary, these sorts of things.

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Corvus the Heretic


Corvus is the protagonist of 1994 video game Heretic (some of the sequels are called Hexen). He's a post-apocalyptic elf avenger who shoots magic at monsters.

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Miku

(Submerged video game)

Miku is the heroine of Submerged, a post-apocalyptic exploration indie video game. Young but determined survivor, and resourceful free climber.

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Amy Wellard

(Shardlight)

This article presents the post-apocalyptic world, and the determined heroine, from the adventure game Shardlight. We do have a fair bit of post-apoc stuff on this site, yeah.

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Doc Beck

(Z Nation)

Post-zombie-apocalypse survivor from the TV dramedy series Z Nation. Ex-hippie with robust medical, survival and other skills (and a big mouth).

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Svet the hairdresser

(Grim Dawn sample character)

A fleshed out example Player Character from the Grim Dawn video game, using a big shotgun and a fiery circle of power. Can be useful in quite a few steampunk and/or post-apocalyptic contexts. Or if you need a haircut.

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Mardirossian, the Devil’s Executioner

(Grim Dawn) (Part #1 - Setting)

The first part of an extensive sample character profile in the world of the Grim Dawn post-apocalyptic, steampunk action-adventure computer RPG. This part is chiefly about the world - technology, types of magic, atmosphere, known history, the recent zombie apocalypse, etc.

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Generic Protectron robots


The Protectron security/work robots seen in Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas. These are simple, low-powered robots with nice retro aesthetics. As of November of 2017, we encoded M&M stats for these on perforated cards and fed them into our big honkin' computer with all the blinking lights.

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Skynet

(Fallout 2)

The artificial intelligence in Fallout 2 who's a potential companion (if you have a huge lot of Science skill points). There's very little about the character, but IMO the background is interesting.

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Marcus the super-mutant


A particularly successful super-mutant mutate, warrior and mayor. Marcus appears in Fallout video games, though for now we only cover his Fallout 2 appearance. Also, he has a minigun.

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Generic wanamingo


These strange monsters from the Fallout 2 video game are as tough as they are mysterious. Many Wastelanders think they are space aliens, but they probably ain't.

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Generic Deathclaw


One of the emblematic Fallout mutant monsters of the wasteland, and deadly to boot. This profile includes an example of DC Heroes discussion about setting durability levels for a monster.

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Vault Dweller

(Jolene Hassan profile #1 - Junktown)

This is our sample version of the Player Character in the original Fallout video game, to serve as an example. This article also comes with a good primer about the Fallout setting. Revised, expanded, reillustrated and M&M-ified in January, 2017.

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Chosen One

(Alessa-Maria Hassan) (Profile #1 - Arroyo)

Our sample Chosen One - the Player Character in the Fallout 2 video game. The deadly Alessa-Maria's mutant brain makes her a perfect predator of the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Ferociously overhauled and reillustrated in January, 2017, and M&M stats added.

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Vic the trader


A potential ally for the Player Character in Fallout 2, with minor but useful skills. Various revisions in January, 2017 - plus M&M stats.

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Sulik


A tough low-tech tribal who is a potential ally in Fallout 2. Sulik also has "magic powers", in his own way. Various revisions in January, 2017 - plus M&M stats.

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Generic Centaur

(Fallout mutant)

A semi-iconic monster/mutant in Fallout. They look awful and are used as dangerous hunting "dogs" by super-mutants.

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The Black Child

(Niourk)

A profile for L'Enfant Noir in the classic 1950s French sci-fi/post-apocalyptic novel Niourk. I don't think it was ever translated into English, so here's your chance to know about it.

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Generic Yao Guai


One of the lesser signature monsters from Fallout. They're more or less undead mutant bears (or maybe not), and pretty damn dangerous if you ask me. Be careful.

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Generic Borderlands bandits


The various kinds of bandits on Pandora in the first Borderlands video game (bruisers, psychos, midgets, badass specimens, etc.), their vehicles, their likely origins, etc.

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Moira Brown


Moira Brown is the zany vendor and techie in Megaton in the video game Fallout 3. She seems fairly popular with those who played the game.

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