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On 1/17/2021 at 10:51 PM, starblaze said:

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Since we were talking about Gar Logan....

Ok, THIS is what I'm talking about !! I always pictured Gar as a Multiform based character, requiring several different write ups to emulate different ani-mules he can turn into..but No !! What did I know?  It was a multipower all along....I could have gone back to Kansas anytime I wanted to...

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I'm trying to look at the difference in Cap but my eyes keep Wandaring.  

Multiform assumes nothing. The players and GM make the assumptions. Beast Boy/Changeling is the poster child of Multiform. Every form he takes has the same personality; Gar Logan's.

We have buried Liefield....YAH 2020 ends on a good note...

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On 2/5/2021 at 6:46 PM, Christopher R Taylor said:

I don't like Kirby's style 

 

Thank you.

 

I swear, I have spent decades amongst comic book fans (comes from playing RPGs, I guess), and I really thought I was the only one.

 

Hands and feet are not shovels!

 

Heads are rarely square, and faces are seldom completely flat!

 

 

 

 

19 minutes ago, Kevinvt said:

Ok, THIS is what I'm talking about !! I always pictured Gar as a Multiform based character, requiring several different write ups to emulate different ani-mules he can turn into..but No !! What did I know?  It was a multipower all along....I could have gone back to Kansas anytime I wanted to...

 

 

Careful when you say that out loud.  ;)

 

I can do it because 1) it's a drum I've been beating since 2e, and 2) other people telling me I'm playing wrong has zero affect on how I play.   Certain subjects-- for whatever reason- -are rather sacred to some folks.  The ability to have a different shape is one that just incenses certain people, in spite of the "there's always more than one way to it" mantra.

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2 hours ago, Duke Bushido said:

 

Thank you.

 

I swear, I have spent decades amongst comic book fans (comes from playing RPGs, I guess), and I really thought I was the only one.

 

Hands and feet are not shovels!

 

Heads are rarely square, and faces are seldom completely flat!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Careful when you say that out loud.  ;)

 

I can do it because 1) it's a drum I've been beating since 2e, and 2) other people telling me I'm playing wrong has zero affect on how I play.   Certain subjects-- for whatever reason- -are rather sacred to some folks.  The ability to have a different shape is one that just incenses certain people, in spite of the "there's always more than one way to it" mantra.

Hmm...Transformation's a classic trope.  I've loved the idea since Sword in the stone, where Merlin and Mad Madam Mim have a transformation battle, which Merlin wins by changing into a germ inside Mim and making her sick....lol

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2 hours ago, Duke Bushido said:

 

Thank you.

 

I swear, I have spent decades amongst comic book fans (comes from playing RPGs, I guess), and I really thought I was the only one.

 

Hands and feet are not shovels!

 

Heads are rarely square, and faces are seldom completely flat!

 

 

Kirby's style changed over the years. What it morphed into at the end I hardly call art, but his compositions were always dynamic.

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