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Bea Morphis has friends that she likes to talk to when she is feeling lost and alone which is most of the time. Most people consider her friends imaginary. They're invisible for the most part. Bea knows she comes across as weird, but no matter what anybody says she doesn't Imagine Dragons.

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Florence is a ten year old with the scruples that implies. Unfortunately, Florence has the Machine which is more than willing to make her happy, no matter the cost to others.

 

Imagine a little girl and her giant shapeshifting robot friend.

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Mayborne Manor is a house belonging to the dreaded supervillain, Colonel Croc. Six villains have been invited to the Mayborne Manor for a reading of the will. Unfortunately for them, the mansion is one big trap/murder maze capable of stopping super powers in their tracks. Whomever gets out alive gets to inherit.

 

Who are the six villains the good Colonel has targeted, and why?

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The Music Maniac was once a partner of Colonel Croc. Thinking himself a great performer of various musical instruments, he was once burned by bad reviews of his work, so he started on a murder spree using a different musical instrument as a murder weapon.

 

He cares not for the Colonel's ill-gotten millions. Instead, he is after a rare gift returned to him. A tape he gave the Colonel of himself playing music rather well.

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DeathTryp is a sociopathic engineer specializing in death traps.  He used to work with Croc, but they split after Croc said DT's traps were "underpowered and easily escaped from."  The Colonel loved irony and wanted to prove himself superior in death trap design, while DT (who suspected the presence of the death traps / murder maze) wants to secure the designs of Croc's traps to later sell to other villains or maybe even use on some hapless heroes himself.  To that end, he got his hands on the plans and diagrams for most of the death traps.  At least, he thinks he has the actual plans and diagrams... (cue malevolent chuckle from the ghost of Colonel Croc)

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1 hour ago, BoloOfEarth said:

DT's traps were "underpowered and easily escaped from."  

 

WHAT????????!!!!!!!

HOW DARE YOU !!!!!!

 

Anyhow

 

Peerless

 

Sometimes the people you employ betray you by not acting in the way you think they will and survive despite all your best efforts. Peerless was supposed to be arrested by the police on one occasion and on another was supposed to be killed. Both times he was working for Colonel Croc. So now the Colonel is trying to get rid of him one last time. After all Peerless is not that wise or clever. What Colonel Croc never discovered is that Peerless is lucky when his life is in danger. Insanely lucky. Funny thing is that Peerless knows nothing of this at all.

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13 hours ago, death tribble said:

WHAT????????!!!!!!!

HOW DARE YOU !!!!!!

 

Whaaaat?  (whistles innocently)  I was of course referring to DeathTryp.  Any resemblance in initials to death tribble is completely intentional I mean, completely unintentional.  :winkgrin:

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Warrant Moleville was a weapons man who supplied the Colonel with some of his more powerful hunting devices. Moleville turned state's witness and betrayed the Colonel during his time in Africa. Croc has tried to kill him in various ways since.

 

This is Croc's last try at his elusive enemy, the Maltese Mole.

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General Mayhem

 

Lance Kozinski betrayed Colonel Croc on several occasions in order to get the job, get the girl or simply to irritate the Colonel. Greed brought them together and tore them apart. In order to show 'how superior' he was Lance renamed himself as General Mayhem which not only annoyed Croc but the Rogue Battalion as well. Lance is supremely overconfident and believes that once again he will better Colonel Croc or manipulate the others to get out and then rip them off.

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Olly Ofree is the Ox. He is a strongarm, and legbreaker, who has come across the Colonel one too many times. He has always escaped thanks to his hidden ability to use oxygen as a source of hidden abilities.

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Lloyd Dunne isn't the brightest bulb in the lamp, which might explain how he found himself accidentally inside the particle accelerator during its power-up.  (He was visiting his much smarter brother at work and was looking for the bathroom.)  Now Lloyd has the ability to render himself, as well as anything close to him, thinner than a sheet of paper.  He now calls himself Two-Dim (though some call him Too-Dim).

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On 7/17/2018 at 10:41 AM, csyphrett said:

Death Tripe 

Death Tripe ? Death Tripe ???!!!!!!

 

Well, Excuuuusssseee me !

 

Rake

 

He can hide behind lamp posts as he is that thin. He is the security expert of the group and can use firearms. He also tries to escape through narrow alleyways particularly to spite the Bigguns

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(My apologies in advance for this one.  Tongue is planted firmly in cheek.)

 

Antonio Piccione was a test subject of Doctor Nymax! and has been transformed into a malleable yellow-white paste not unlike raw pasta dough.  (Hey, what can Nymax! say, he was hungry that day for a little Italian!)  While Tony can now mold himself into many shapes, his favorite is turn into what looks like a creature made of one continuous, looping noddle, allowing him to unravel himself to slip under doors and through tiny holes.  Of course, Tony decided to leave Nymax! and use his newfound ability for personal gain.  (Nymax! didn't mind so much since he was also able to create Lana Lasagna.)

 

Unfortunately, one time Tony's criminal antics were captured on camera and now he's known to the public as the Flying Spaghetti Monster (despite the fact that he can't fly).

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Gaunt

 

One time in desperation The Animator got hold of a copy of the Creature Collection for the Scarred Lands and brought into being Gaunt. This horrific looking being is thin despite whatever it eats. It hates its creator for being this way. It can take a great deal of punishment even dismemberment and it can come back.

 

New Team: Six Pack

 

This six member team uses dog names and were thus referred to as a Pack. They are all muscular.

They do not have to be bricks or look like dogs but they do have dog code names.

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Labradoodle

 

- An artistic lady whose "paintings" come to life courtesy of her Mental Images (she makes painting gestures with her hands and the paintings come to life). One of her favorites is the classic "dogs playing poker". Most of her images tend to be dog-themed but that isn't a real limitation on her power, which might catch some opponents off guard if they've met her in the past.

 

She has two trained "killer" labradoole guard dogs she often travels with. She also tends to multiply the number of guard dogs with her Mental Images. So heroes who want to avoid killing animals might have a tough time figuring out which dogs are real and which aren't. The two real guard dogs are almost identical and one of them is a foundling, so she's not quite sure whether the second dog is "real" or whether it's some new manifestation of her powers.

 

She had telepathy and Mind Link with canines (dogs, wolves, coyotes, and jackals) which she uses often. She can also mentally dominate canines but will only use that power to save herself or her teammates.

 

Has the reputation of not much of a hand-to-hand combatant but that's mostly due to a reluctance to mix it up if there are alternatives available rather than a lack of ability. She's not the type to try to claim a leadership role but she's inventive and creative so she's not shy about spouting ideas or trying to push the group consensus. That dynamic doesn't work well in a real dog pack which generally has a defined alpha so she's a bit of a disruptive element even though that's not the way she sees it.

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(Time to bring in an actual NPC villain from my campaign)

 

Seamus O'Donnell is ROVer, the tech-meister of the Pack.  (Yes, that's right, he's an Irish ROVer.)  While he mainly relies on his ROVs (remotely operated vehicles), most of which are remote-controlled robots that look like dogs, he worries about being caught flat-footed, so he works out and keeps in excellent shape. 

 

His bevy of "hounds" have names like Spaht, Phydeaux, Snoopy, Oscar and Mayer, and the ever-popular Sir Fuzzalot. 

 

 

 

 

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