Savinien Posted April 15, 2005 Author Report Share Posted April 15, 2005 Re: High End DC:TAS This is pretty generally side-stepped in the comics, unless it's specifically designed as a cross-over or a team-up issue. Marvel New York was overflowing with heroes and villains, but somehow Spider-Man was almost always the one to run into the Spidey-villains, etc. It was pretty rare to see the Avengers get involved in the latest gang war, even with people like Doc Ock, Hobgoblin, etc. involved. A lot of situations can be time-sensitive. There's build up with investigation, detective work, etc. that the high-powered heroes normally aren't as good at. And when the last clue is in place, there's usually a rush to stop the plot, a hot-pursuit situation, etc. where you can't really take the time to call in and consult with the JLA. You could even use the higher-powered heroes and villains as background and plot-openers for you. The battle between the Avengers and Masters of Evil that destroyed two city blocks could lead into an organized-crime insurance/reconstruction scam, or perhaps the destruction reveals evidence of another crime that the detectives can follow up on... Good ideas. In this situation, the other Heroes are PCs as well, though. This campaign setting is huge, with multiple hero teams in different cities. I really like the continuity of digging into the after-effects of a big supers battle, though. That's great! Thanks! I'd rep you... But I have to spread some around first. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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