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    How to Build: Dancing weapons?

    If it's not using your Characteristics to attack, but rather, its own, Summon is probably the way to go. You could also try a Compound Power looking something like this: Dancing Sword (Compound Power) (Total: 167 Active Cost, 63 Real Cost) 28 Killing Attack - Hand-To-Hand 2d6, Constant (+1/2), Persistent (+1/4), Uncontrolled (+1/2), Ranged (+1/2), Reduced Endurance (0 END; +1/2), (97 Active Points); OAF (-1), No STR Bonus (-1/2), Limited Power: Power Does Not Use Caster's Characteristics (-1) 15 +6 OCV (30 Active Points); OAF (-1) 20 +8 DCV (40 Active Points); OAF (-1) You probably have to build in SPD and DEX as well. I don't know if this is a proper use (or cost) of the "Limited Power" limitation. I'm sure someone with more knowledge than myself will come along to correct me.
  2. In my Fantasy Hero campaign, winged mounts are common, as are skyships. Most major cities require the mounts to be stabled outside the city. The skyships are also required to berth outside the cities. Within the cities, thin steel wires are strung from the tops of the tallest buildings. This is to deter any aerial attacks. Ballistae and crews are positioned throughout the cities as "anti-aircraft" defenses. So far, the players haven't tried anything stupid...so far.
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    HERO System Mobile

    So has development stopped on this, or is sentry0 just taking a break? We're using the tool every game session now. Awesome work!
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    Post-Apocalypse Firearms

    Depending on your technological level, firearms manufacture would probably revert to single-shot black powder weapons. Flintlocks, matchlocks, wheellocks, etc. A functional repeating firearm using smokeless powder cartridges would be a rare find, indeed.
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    Military questions

    "Dark Champions" has a Military Rank Table on page 87 in the Fringe Benefits section, including point costs by rank for each branch.
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    HERO System Mobile

    After some actual in-play testing, the players love the tool. A couple of additional feature requests: 1. Population of the damage tool by long-pressing equipment/attack will automatically set the Stun Multiplier as well, instead of having to do it manually (i.e. if a weapon/attack has a +x Stun Multiplier). 2. Ability to choose specific hit location for damage. 3. Damage option for critical hits (max damage), with and without hit location modifiers. Thank you!
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    I.C.E. had a Pirates supplement for Rolemaster and 4th Ed. Fantasy Hero that may be useful. Conversions to 6E should be pretty easy. https://www.amazon.com/Pirates-Campaign-Classics-Rolemaster-Stock/dp/1558060855
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    Quote of the Week from my gaming group...

    Setting: Post-apocalypse Berlin. The heroes are attempting to infiltrate the secret Nazi base. Mike (playing Nikita Murphy, ex-Soviet double agent): "I should go in, since I'm the only one who speaks fluent German." John (playing Donald Swift, Navy SEAL): "Okay, dress in this captured Nazi officer uniform. When you get to the front gate, use your skills to convince the guards that you are Colonel Hannah Schmidt, and you have time-sensitive information for the Base Commandant. Once you are inside, you can let us in tonight. What are you going to say?" Mike: "Guten Tag. I am Colonel Hannah Schmidt and I must speak to the Commandant immediately!" John: "Okay. Go!" Mike (Murphy) goes up to the guard gate. Guard #1: "Halt! Wer geht dahin!" Mike (having a real-life panic attack): "Shalom! I'm Hannah Schwartz. Can I come in?"
  9. The "Ex-Heroes" series by Peter Clines. Superheroes protecting the last of humanity during the zombie apocalypse. Epic! Can't put it down. https://www.amazon.com/Ex-Heroes-Novel-Peter-Clines/dp/0804136572 "Stealth. Gorgon. Regenerator. Cerberus. Zzzap. The Mighty Dragon. They were heroes, using their superhuman abilities to make Los Angeles a better place. Then the plague of living death spread around the globe. Billions died, civilization fell, and the city of angels was left a desolate zombie wasteland. Now, a year later, the Mighty Dragon and his companions protect a last few thousand survivors in their film-studio-turned-fortress, the Mount. Scarred and traumatized by the horrors they’ve endured, the heroes fight the armies of ravenous ex-humans at their citadel’s gates, lead teams out to scavenge for supplies—and struggle to be the symbols of strength and hope the survivors so desperately need. But the hungry ex-humans aren’t the only threats the heroes face. Former allies, their powers and psyches hideously twisted, lurk in the city’s ruins. And just a few miles away, another group is slowly amassing power . . . led by an enemy with the most terrifying ability of all."
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    HERO System Mobile

    RE Feature Request: "Populate the damage tool by long pressing an equipment item or attack power" Will this ultimately work for Equipment/Powers built as Multipowers? What about AoE Explosions? Great tool. Thank you so much!
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    HERO System Mobile

    Feature Request: Character Portrait Display. Gotta be able to show everyone what you look like!
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    First 6e Game (After a LONG HERO Hiatus...)!

    I've been running a (very) infrequent Fantasy Hero 6E campaign on Roll20, set in the Hyborian Kingdoms. I haven't played a live session in about 25 years.
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    HERO System Skills - Missing or Bad Font?

    Sounds like you may be missing the font from your system. Download it from here, then install it: https://www.wfonts.com/font/wp-multinationala-roman
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    Lost genre's?

    "Post apocalypse. We had the silly ones like gamma world. We had the dead serious ones like twilight 2000 and the ones kinda in between like The Morrow Project. Is the post apocalypse genre still around? I know there's the "hell on earth" setting for deadlands."
  15. Found this article in a 1985 issue of "Daredevil Adventures", written by George MacDonald himself! It is for converting old Daredevils adventures to Justice Inc., but should be useful for Pulp Hero, also. There is a lot of DD material floating around the interwebs. Enjoy this bit of pulpy nostalgia! Converting Daredevils Adventures To Justice Inc.pdf