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On 1/21/2018 at 5:50 PM, Amorkca said:

No, that's Gremlin

I know the first pic is Gremlin. The second. Is the second the 4th edition Plauge or the 5-6th edition Plauge? As you know, the 4th edition is a scary would be drug lord who creates his own drugs...via a chemical accident. While the 5th edition Plauge is a walking disease factory.

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On 1/25/2018 at 2:26 PM, Deadman said:

From 4e Classic Enemies pg. 83

 

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Thanks. 4ed version of Plauge was a kinda war on drugs villain, except he is kinda highe on his own supply, and his body makes it's own supply. If I remember correctly, it was a bunch of no range Drain powers, and an acidic touch. Don't remember if they were NND drains.

 

6ed, if I glanced at him correctly, is a disease factory. Similar but different ideas.

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On 2/5/2016 at 7:51 PM, Deadman said:

Next up Power Force!

 

Barrier, telekinetic and leader of the group.

barrier.jpg

 

Cinder, the hotheaded blaster.

cinder.jpg

 

Fortress, the womanizing, size shifting brick.

fortress.jpg

 

Glory, the seductive mentalist.

glory.jpg

 

Panther, the wisecracking scrapper.

panther.jpg

 

And finally, Slip, the sneaky, intangible, martial-artist.

slip.jpg

Fortress, the womanizing, size-shifting brick?

 

Is the womanizing power written up as a ranged transform? Or does he have to touch the victim?

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On 7/4/2018 at 10:31 PM, archer said:

Fortress, the womanizing, size-shifting brick?

 

Is the womanizing power written up as a ranged transform? Or does he have to touch the victim?

 

Neither, it was done as a VPP for Contacts, Favors and Followers.  Called incidentally his "Little Black Book".

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Thanks Cpt. but the kudos truly go to Jeff Hebert's Heromachine.  (Oh, now I get it.  I thought you were talking about my Superhuman ability to create characters :)

 

You know that I never realized before now that his costume actually makes a shamrock out of the belt, chest piece and head.

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3 minutes ago, Deadman said:

Thanks Cpt. but the kudos truly go to Jeff Hebert's Heromachine.

 

You know that I never realized before now that his costume actually makes a shamrock out of the belt, chest piece and head.

very nice

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4 hours ago, Deadman said:

 

Neither, it was done as a VPP for Contacts, Favors and Followers.  Called incidentally his "Little Black Book".

So you’re trying to tell me that his “womanizer” power DOESN’T actually change someone into a woman???

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