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49 minutes ago, death tribble said:

Sorry Squirrel you should have posted here



DT, it's possible he wanted to join the game but didn't know the rules.  So here they are, just in case:


On 3/30/2015 at 12:43 PM, phoenix240 said:

The Rules: First one person posts an image that is or could be a superhuman. Then others submit a name, powers and basic background. This doesn't have to include Champions mechanics or be in the Champions universe.


Once three submission are done or a week has passed then the person that posted the original image picks the best description.


Then that poster can post an image or pass it on. Then the first person to post an image takes their turn.



So Squirrel, before we can use your image you need to respond to this one below and get selected as the winner by that poster:


On 9/13/2018 at 5:26 PM, death tribble said:



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The Dapper Man.


The Dapper Man is a Phantom Thief who has never been caught, in spite of announcing via a fancy calling card whatever it is he plans to steal.  Active since the 1920s, he is thought at this point, almost a hundred years later, to be a legacy spanning generations now.


He has stolen multi-Karat gems from museums, priceless paintings, even intervened at weddings ("I'll steal your bride!"). He has succeeded against Police and even Superheroic protection. 


His powers origins are unknown, but are believed to have some combination of stealth,or invisibility, subversion of electronic surveillance, and possibly teleportation and magic.  The cane he caries may be of magical origin, but he has been observed to use it as a melee weapon. The crystal at the tip has been seen to glow, so may also be a magic wand or staff of some sort.  What he steals is almost impossible to fence, so it is suspected that he is doing this for the thrill or the challenge, rather than for money.  Often the stolen items are found anywhere from a few hours to a few months later.  Kidnapped people are usually released in very short order, but always seem to have changed their minds over whatever it was they were kidnapped/stolen over.

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