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  1. Retro Styled Campaign

    I'm contemplating an online campaign set in the past. I know when I'd like to set the campaign in, but I'm curious about what the general Champions population thinks. Rather than breaking it down by the Ages of Comics, I've instead separated the choices into decades as I think each has its own distinctive flavor. My take in brief on each decade: The 40s - Obviously dominated by World War II, a straight Golden Age campaign with heroes vs. Nazis, with a wealth of new info thanks to the outstanding Golden Age Champions The 50s - The birth of Rock n Roll and television, the heightening of the Cold War, McCarthyism, great black and white sci-fi films...the interregnum between the Golden Age and the Silver Age in the early part of the decade, the onset of the Silver in the later. The 60s - Baby boomers come of age, the height of the Cold War, counterculters emerge, Rock n' Roll evolves, the height of the Silver Age The 70s - Watergate, the Energy Crisis, disco emerges...as does heavy metal, arguably the greatest era of filmmaking, Viet Nam, the Bronze Age starts here The 80s - Ronald Reagan, MTV, yuppies, 'greed is good', the onset of the personal computing age, the Bronze Age gives way to the Iron Age late in the decade...laden with spikes, an overabundance of pouches and misspelled codenames So I'm curious, what decade would you like to play in? Thanks in advance.
  2. Saucy Virtual Girl Lisa versus the seductive secretary Miss Sakamoto! Poetry in Motion, Voodoo Dolls and chants... You don't believe it, or wonder why don't people understand... your intentions! How do you prefer your Science! BLINDING! Or WEIRD! Despite my references... I mean which song do you prefer, but by all means take the videos into account if you like
  3. Sorry I'm late but I forgot. Make your picks. You can choose up to 3. Owner: Cancer Song: One of These Days Location: Round Rock, Texas Element: Marion Crane as played by Janet Leigh Element: Steve Orth Element: Hannibal Lecter Element: Leatherface Element: Element: Element: Element: Owner: csyphrett Song: You're Welcome Location: Hyperborea Element: The Traveler in Black Element: Hastur Element: Cthugha Element: The Goat with a Thousand Young Element: Chutulu Element: Tsathoggua Element: Ithaqua Element: Timmy Turner Owner: FrankL Song: (Earl Thomas Conley) Location: Atlanta, Georgia Element: Barry Allen, the singer of the song Element: Iris West, the woman he's thinking about Element: Eddie Thawn, the reason they parted Element: The particle accelerator does not explode Element: Element: Element: Element: Owner: JohnnyAppleseed098 Song: This Means War Location: Zankarand Ruins, Spira Element: The war is called "The War on Blitz" Element: Jesse McCree Element: Tidus Element: Yami Marik Element: The Besaid Aurochs (organization) Element: Element: Element: Owner: Hermit Song: One Night in Bangkok Location: Bangkok, Thailand Element: Nightwing aka Dick Grayson Element: The Hellfire Club Element: Checkmate (organization) Element: Element: Element: Element: Element: Owner: McCoy Song: On Broadway Location: Broadway, Manhattan, New York Element: Joe Buck as played by Jon Voight Element: The V-J Day Kiss Element: Broadway Producers Element: The Boys and Girls of the Chorus Element: The Dream of seeing your name up in lights Element: The artist who payed their dues but hasn't got their break Element: Death of a cast member Element: The Show must go on! Owner: Psybolt Song: Spain Train Location: Seville, Spain Element: God as played by Morgan Freeman Element: The Devil as played by Al Pacino Element: The Railwayman played by Antonio Bandaras Element: The Orient Express Element: Marco, the Railwayman's son as played by Emjay Anthony Element: The Smoke Monster (LOST) played by Nestor Carbonell Element: Rosita, the Railwayman's dead wife played by Rosario Dawson Element: The Omnipotent Narrator played by Tim Curry
  4. Logic and causality no longer hold, and I'm only on the second page of the finals I'm grading.
  5. Welcome to the 2017 NGD March Madness tournament bracket! Here, for your amusement, we pit 32 superteams against each other in "friendly" games of basketball, and you decide who wins each game. As the contests are scored by basketball rules, destroying the court or the opposing team does not directly contribute to victory, so raw power might not be what decides the winners. Assume all players have their usual powerset and can use them, although using them against other players may or may not constitute fouling. Your refs are The Watcher, Dr. Manhattan, and the Beyonder. Make of that what you will. We have divided the brackets into four general categories: Mutant Menace, Avengerses, Justice Legions, and Orphans and Outcasts. The winners of the Marvel brackets will meet in the semifinals, as will the DC/Orphans bracket winners. The winner of each will then proceed to the championship final. Each round will have about three days for voting before we move on, though I reserve the right to extend the first week as there are quite a few contests. Notes: - I tried to fill each roster with the core heroes for each team, but this was not always possible as some heroes are frickin' everywhere. (Batman, the troubled loner, is probably the worst offender.) - I also tried to keep rosters at 5-7 members, so some teams had to be trimmed a bit. Of course only 5 players from each team can be on the court at any given time. Legally. - If I forgot your favorite hero, or completely messed up your favorite team's roster, I dare you to run one of these next year.
  6. Welcome to the 2017 NGD March Madness tournament bracket! Here, for your amusement, we pit 32 superteams against each other in "friendly" games of basketball, and you decide who wins each game. As the contests are scored by basketball rules, destroying the court or the opposing team does not directly contribute to victory, so raw power might not be what decides the winners. Assume all players have their usual powerset and can use them, although using them against other players may or may not constitute fouling. Your refs are The Watcher, Dr. Manhattan, and the Beyonder. Make of that what you will. We have divided the brackets into four general categories: Mutant Menace, Avengerses, Justice Legions, and Orphans and Outcasts. The winners of the Marvel brackets will meet in the semifinals, as will the DC/Orphans bracket winners. The winner of each will then proceed to the championship final. Each round will have about three days for voting before we move on, though I reserve the right to extend the first week as there are quite a few contests. Notes: - I tried to fill each roster with the core heroes for each team, but this was not always possible as some heroes are frickin' everywhere. (Batman, the troubled loner, is probably the worst offender.) - I also tried to keep rosters at 5-7 members, so some teams had to be trimmed a bit. Of course only 5 players from each team can be on the court at any given time. Legally. - If I forgot your favorite hero, or completely messed up your favorite team's roster, I dare you to run one of these next year.
  7. Welcome to the 2017 NGD March Madness tournament bracket! Here, for your amusement, we pit 32 superteams against each other in "friendly" games of basketball, and you decide who wins each game. As the contests are scored by basketball rules, destroying the court or the opposing team does not directly contribute to victory, so raw power might not be what decides the winners. Assume all players have their usual powerset and can use them, although using them against other players may or may not constitute fouling. Your refs are The Watcher, Dr. Manhattan, and the Beyonder. Make of that what you will. We have divided the brackets into four general categories: Mutant Menace, Avengerses, Justice Legions, and Orphans and Outcasts. The winners of the Marvel brackets will meet in the semifinals, as will the DC/Orphans bracket winners. The winner of each will then proceed to the championship final. Each round will have about three days for voting before we move on, though I reserve the right to extend the first week as there are quite a few contests. Notes: - I tried to fill each roster with the core heroes for each team, but this was not always possible as some heroes are frickin' everywhere. (Batman, the troubled loner, is probably the worst offender.) - I also tried to keep rosters at 5-7 members, so some teams had to be trimmed a bit. Of course only 5 players from each team can be on the court at any given time. Legally. - If I forgot your favorite hero, or completely messed up your favorite team's roster, I dare you to run one of these next year.
  8. Welcome to the 2017 NGD March Madness tournament bracket! Here, for your amusement, we pit 32 superteams against each other in "friendly" games of basketball, and you decide who wins each game. As the contests are scored by basketball rules, destroying the court or the opposing team does not directly contribute to victory, so raw power might not be what decides the winners. Assume all players have their usual powerset and can use them, although using them against other players may or may not constitute fouling. Your refs are The Watcher, Dr. Manhattan, and the Beyonder. Make of that what you will. We have divided the brackets into four general categories: Mutant Menace, Avengerses, Justice Legions, and Orphans and Outcasts. The winners of the Marvel brackets will meet in the semifinals, as will the DC/Orphans bracket winners. The winner of each will then proceed to the championship final. Each round will have about three days for voting before we move on, though I reserve the right to extend the first week as there are quite a few contests. Notes: - I tried to fill each roster with the core heroes for each team, but this was not always possible as some heroes are frickin' everywhere. (Batman, the troubled loner, is probably the worst offender.) - I also tried to keep rosters at 5-7 members, so some teams had to be trimmed a bit. Of course only 5 players from each team can be on the court at any given time. Legally. - If I forgot your favorite hero, or completely messed up your favorite team's roster, I dare you to run one of these next year.
  9. Welcome to the 2017 NGD March Madness tournament bracket! Here, for your amusement, we pit 32 superteams against each other in "friendly" games of basketball, and you decide who wins each game. As the contests are scored by basketball rules, destroying the court or the opposing team does not directly contribute to victory, so raw power might not be what decides the winners. Assume all players have their usual powerset and can use them, although using them against other players may or may not constitute fouling. Your refs are The Watcher, Dr. Manhattan, and the Beyonder. Make of that what you will. We have divided the brackets into four general categories: Mutant Menace, Avengerses, Justice Legions, and Orphans and Outcasts. The winners of the Marvel brackets will meet in the semifinals, as will the DC/Orphans bracket winners. The winner of each will then proceed to the championship final. Each round will have about three days for voting before we move on, though I reserve the right to extend the first week as there are quite a few contests. Notes: - I tried to fill each roster with the core heroes for each team, but this was not always possible as some heroes are frickin' everywhere. (Batman, the troubled loner, is probably the worst offender.) - I also tried to keep rosters at 5-7 members, so some teams had to be trimmed a bit. Of course only 5 players from each team can be on the court at any given time. Legally. - If I forgot your favorite hero, or completely messed up your favorite team's roster, I dare you to run one of these next year.
  10. Welcome to the 2017 NGD March Madness tournament bracket! Here, for your amusement, we pit 32 superteams against each other in "friendly" games of basketball, and you decide who wins each game. As the contests are scored by basketball rules, destroying the court or the opposing team does not directly contribute to victory, so raw power might not be what decides the winners. Assume all players have their usual powerset and can use them, although using them against other players may or may not constitute fouling. Your refs are The Watcher, Dr. Manhattan, and the Beyonder. Make of that what you will. We have divided the brackets into four general categories: Mutant Menace, Avengerses, Justice Legions, and Orphans and Outcasts. The winners of the Marvel brackets will meet in the semifinals, as will the DC/Orphans bracket winners. The winner of each will then proceed to the championship final. Each round will have about three days for voting before we move on, though I reserve the right to extend the first week as there are quite a few contests. Notes: - I tried to fill each roster with the core heroes for each team, but this was not always possible as some heroes are frickin' everywhere. (Batman, the troubled loner, is probably the worst offender.) - I also tried to keep rosters at 5-7 members, so some teams had to be trimmed a bit. Of course only 5 players from each team can be on the court at any given time. Legally. - If I forgot your favorite hero, or completely messed up your favorite team's roster, I dare you to run one of these next year.
  11. Following a different thread....
  12. Okay, here is the poll to determine the participants in the Tournament of Heroes Under 21 Classification! There were a total of thirty-six young heroes who were nominated and seconded for the Tournament. Twenty-four of them will be selected to compete. The purpose of this thread is twofold. First, this is the Poll where we will determine the participants.Second, this is a place for you to stump for your favorite heroes and heroines! Your votes will determine who participates! I will open voting on this pool for approximately one week; plan on voting no later than 11:59 p.m. EST on Friday, January 27th. I will have a Moderator close the poll at that time. (You know who you are.) I've arranged the candidates in alphabetical order in two lists (due to the limitations of the software). Vote for as many or as few as you deem worthy on each list. Vote "Nobody on this list" if that's the case. The top 24 overall will be invited to the tournament and will be seeded according to your votes. Ties will be broken by a formula of my own devising. So, what are you waiting for? Let the voting begin!
  13. Who is the better fourth-wall-breaking goofball villain: Marvel's merc-with-a-mouth, Deadpool, or HERO's own lovable loony, Foxbat? Inquiring minds want to know!
  14. Here are the rosters and the poll (if I've done this right). Everyone gets three (3) votes. Feel free to add stories, trailers, back cover blurbs, etc. Title: Frying: 475 Degrees Fahrenheit of Kevin Bacon 1.) The War: The Pig War 2.) Area of Operations: San Juan Islands, Puget Sound, 1859 3.) Squad: Val McKee (movie Tremors) 4.) Squad: Capt. Jack Ross, USMC (movie A Few Good Men) 5.) Squad: Dr. Sebastian Caine (movie: The Hollow Man) 6.) Squad: Balto (title character of animated movie) 7.) Enemy: Napoleon (the Joe Stalin pig from George Orwell's allegorical Animal Farm) 8.) Option: Empress of Blandings (from the P G Wodehouse stories) 9.) Option: The Hogfather (Sir Terry Pratchett) 10.) Option: Sebastian Hiram Shaw (Marvel canon, but here I'm after the depiction in the 2011 movie X-Men: First Class) 11.) Option: Jefferson Davis "Boss" Hogg (from The Dukes of Hazard) 12.) Option: Let 'em all fry! Title: The Holy War. 1.) The War: The War of the Gods 2.) Area of Operations: Fate's Tower 3.) Squad: Percy Jackson, Son of Poseidon 4.) Squad: Hercules, Son of Zeus 5.) Squad: John Taylor, Son of Lilith, the mother of monsters 6.) Squad: Kent Nelson, Dr. Fate 7.) Enemy: Set 8.) Option: The Olympians 9.) Option: The Asgardians 10.) Option: The Voodoun Loa 11.) Option: the Son of Vulcan 12.) Option: Hellboy Title: Crimson Skies over Europe 1.) The War: World War Two 2.) Area of Operations: The Skies over Europe, 1941 3.) Squad: Flt. Lt. Joe Sullivan (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow) 4.) Squad: Sqn Ldr Nathan Zachary (Crimson Skies video game) 5.) Squad: Flt Lt Wilma Deering (Buck Rogers in the 25th Centuary) 6.) Squad: Fg Off Melinda May (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) 7.) Enemy: Generalmajor Adolf Galland, Luftwaffe's Jagdgeschwader Totenkopf 8.) Option: Flt Lt Tim Rowan (Winged Escort book) Squad member 9.) Option: Gp Capt. Paul J. Foster (UFO tv series) RAF senior commander 10.) Option: Hughes P21-J Devastator (Crimson Skies) 11.) Option: Hughes Bloodhawk (Crimson Skies) 12.) Option: Focke-Wulf Fw 193 Hellhound (Crimson Skies) Title: The Good (Enough), The Bad, and the Hungry! 1.) The War: The Franchise Wars, pre Demolition Man 2.) Area of Operations: San Angeles area 3.) Squad: Deadpool (Wade Wilson) 4.) Squad: Bane 5.) Squad: Zatanna Zatara 6.) Squad: Matter-Eater Lad (real name Tenzil Kem) 7.) Enemy: The Violator 8.) Option: The Stuff "Are you eating it ...or is it eating you?"(1985 Horror Movie) 9.) Option: "Flint Lockwood Diatonic Super Mutating Dynamic Food Replicator" (FLDSMDFR) (From Cloudy with a chance of meatballs) 10.) Option: "The Wig Lady" Demon from Doublemeat Palace in Buffy:tvs 11.) Option: Theme Song "Eat it" by Weird Al Title: The Swords of Westeros 1.) The War: The War of the Five Kings 2.) Area of Operations: Westeros 3.) Squad: Lord Commander Robb Stark (Game of Thrones) (Squad #1) 4.) Squad: King Arthur (English History/Mythology) (Squad #1) 5.) Squad: Zidane Tribal (Final Fantasy IX) (Squad #1) 6.) Squad: Sephiroth Crescent (Final Fantasy VII) (Squad #2) 7.) Enemy: Lord Joffrey Baratheon (Game of Thrones) 8.) Option: William Wallace as a villain (English/Scottish History) 9.) Option: Sesshomaru (Inyusha) (Squad #2) 10.) Option: Xaldin (Kingdom Hearts) (Squad #2) 11.) Option: Genji Shimada (Overwatch) (Squad #1) 12.) Option: Arthas Menethill (World of Warcraft) (Squad #2) Title: The Forge of Forever 1.) The War: The Temporal Cold War (that has now gone hot) 2.) Area of Operations: Earth, early 21st Century 3.) Squad: Rip Hunter, Time Master! 4.) Squad: Asa Martin, the hero known as Samaritan! 5.) Squad: Rachel Summers 6.) Squad: Querl Dox, better known as Brainiac 5. 7.) Enemy: Kang the Conqueror 8.) Option: Jonah Hex (Squad member) 9.) Option: The Eternal known as The Forgotten One (Squad member) 10.) Option: The Suliban Cabal (belligerent) 11.) Option: The Na'kuhl (belligerent) 12.) Option: The Sphere-Builders (belligerent) Title: The All Angelina Spy Thriller 1.) The War: The Cold War 2.) Area of Operations: Europe 3.) Squad: Evelyn Salt (Salt) 4.) Squad: Jane Smith (Mr. & Mrs. Smith) 5.) Squad: Sara "Sway" Wayland (Gone in Sixty Seconds) 6.) Squad: Lara Croft (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider) 7.) Enemy: KGB 8.) Option (Freelance Assassin working for KGB) : Fox (Wanted) 9.) Option (Allied Pilot/Muscle): Franky (Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow) 10.) Option (Fox's First Victim/Target): Kate (Hackers) 11.) Option: (Fox's Next Target): Sarah Jordan (Beyond Borders) 12.) Option: (Fox's Third Target): Elise Clifton-Ward (The Tourist) Title: Al-Qaeda's Revenge 1.) The War: The War on Terror 2.) Area of Operations: Abbottabad, Pakistan 3.) Squad: Jack Bauer 4.) Squad: James Bond 5.) Squad: Ilsa Faust 6.) Squad: Jack Ryan 7.) Enemy: The Red Skull 8.) Option: The White Walkers (Game of Thrones) 9.) Option: Fox Mulder 10.) Option: Dana Scully 11.) Option: (organization) Al-Qaeda 12.) Option: President Frank Underwood (House of Cards)
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