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What is the typical attack range of villains in a Golden Age Champions campaign? I would say 15-30 points for normal criminals, 30-40 for the average super criminal, and 40-60 for master super criminal. But that is me thinking about it, not what is in the book.

 

I need to know to build The Blue Knight, so I can build his armor correctly.

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What is the typical attack range of villains in a Golden Age Champions campaign? I would say 15-30 points for normal criminals, 30-40 for the average super criminal, and 40-60 for master super criminal. But that is me thinking about it, not what is in the book.

 

I need to know to build The Blue Knight, so I can build his armor correctly.

Well you could write up a rough copy. Question though do you the armor "bullet" proof? You could write it up defending against 2DK RKA as a start.

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Well you could write up a rough copy. Question though do you the armor "bullet" proof? You could write it up defending against 2DK RKA as a start.

Less "bullet proof", and more "bullet resistant" (and knife resistant, abd normal fist resistant). This is merry old England we are talking about. Guns are rair, except by solders and a small percentage of the criminal population if the UK.

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I think I did a good representation of The Blue Knight's defenses. -3 DC physical and energy Damage Negation, 15 PD and 15 ED Resistant Protection, and a no range Deflection, all with OIHID.

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Considering I'm creating an english Golden Age hero (still in the tinkering phases, named The Blue Knight), how is the Golden Age looking across the big pond? Are there a few stats for heros from the UK?

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