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  1. Simple builds that reflects the main idea that is understandable for the players is definitely my preference. Previously, I ran Champions at the local game conventions for the past few years where players would select pre-generated characters that I created across the DC and Marvel Universe. Some had played Champions before, and some were brand new to roleplaying in general. If I had attempted to use overly detailed character write-ups, the players would be turned off immediately and move on before they even started.
  2. Hmmm....that's an interesting question. My frames of reference from Batman's time in the Justice League comics are a few issues from the late 1970s to early 1980s (before the "Justice League Detroit" era), Justice League International/America in the 1990s, and JLA in the late 1990s/early 2000s (Grant Morrison era, if I remember right). While Batman's portrayal and power level varied at times, Robin had no virtually no role in the several dozen or so issues I read and collected at one point, so I'm inclined to say that he would be a follower, not a Dependent NPC. Off hand, I really
  3. I mostly use HeroClix and occasionally HorrorClix figures, along with Reaper miniatures for foes/minions. Since the Champions games I run are at conventions, players arrive and use the pre-generated characters for the scenario from the DC and Marvel Universe. At times I will also customize the figures by taking them apart and re-assembling with special modeling superglue, following by priming and then custom painting them. Here are some villain figures I custom-created:
  4. Here's the link for my old write-ups for Champions 4th Edition that I recently updated: DC Heroes (4th Edition) They're in Microsoft Word format to easily edit and print. They are the following characters: Aquaman Batgirl Batman Black Canary Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) Booster Gold Captain Atom Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond) Flash (Barry Allen) Flash (Wally West/1990s) Green Lantern (Guy Gardner) Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner) Green Lantern (John Stewart) Hawkgirl Huntress Martian Ma
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    These are my old 4th Edition character write-ups for the DC Universe that I used years ago for various game events. They're in Microsoft Word format to easily edit and print. They are the following characters: Aquaman Batgirl Batman Black Canary Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) Booster Gold Captain Atom Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond) Flash (Barry Allen) Flash (Wally West/1990s) Green Lantern (Guy Gardner) Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner) Green Lantern (John Stewart) Hawkgirl Huntress Martian Man
  6. Here's the link to my write-ups for various DC Heroes for 6th Edition. They are in Excel format with supporting HDC files for the following characters: Aquaman, Batman, Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Firestorm, Flash (Barry Allen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan and Arisia Rrab), Maxima, Power Girl, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Enjoy! 🙂 DC Heroes 6th Edition
  7. DC Heroes 6th Edition View File These are my writeups for DC Heroes in 6th Edition Hero System. They are in Excel format with supporting HDC files. They are the following: Aquaman, Batman, Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Firestorm, Flash (Barry Allen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan and Arisia Rrab), Maxima, Power Girl, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Enjoy! 🙂 Submitter fdw3773 Submitted 11/21/2020 Category Char
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    These are my writeups for DC Heroes in 6th Edition Hero System. They are in Excel format with supporting HDC files. They are the following: Aquaman, Batman, Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Firestorm, Flash (Barry Allen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan and Arisia Rrab), Maxima, Power Girl, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Enjoy! 🙂
  9. Thanks for the insight. I didn't know that Champions Now is a system focused on playing low-powered heroes and villains. Off hand, what you described sort of reminds me of the first edition of Palladium's Heroes Unlimited, where one could design a Spider-Man or Daredevil type of character, but would be somewhat hard-pressed to develop a hero on the same level as Hulk or Thor and a villain like Ultron or Dr. Doom within the rules framework.
  10. Along that same line, has anyone using Champions Now designed high-powered heroes or converted powerful villains such as Mechanon or Dr. Destroyer?
  11. No, I have not. The 5th Edition books were hard to come by for me where they were first released and by the time they became affordable from various internet vendors, and I had already jumped from 4th to 6th Edition through Champions Complete for the most part. I simply increased the power levels from her 4th Edition/New Millennium versions by spending Hero points on those powers.
  12. Here are my character write-ups for AC Comics' Ms. Victory, featuring the original (Joan Wayne) and her daughter who was her temporary replacement (Jennifer Burke). Both are roughly each other's equal in power levels at 400 points. In the few times I brought them to a game convention, players who had heard of Ms. Victory used her for the scenario (the original was generally preferred since she could fly). The Hero Designer Files and character sheets in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF are included in the Zip file. Ms. Victory (Wayne and Burke) Enjoy! 😉
  13. Ms. Victory (Joan Wayne, Jennifer Burke) View File Here are my character write-ups for AC Comics' Ms. Victory, featuring the original (Joan Wayne) and her daughter who was her temporary replacement (Jennifer Burke). Both are roughly each other's equal in power levels at 400 points. In the few times I brought them to a game convention, players who had heard of Ms. Victory used her for the scenario (the original was generally preferred since she could fly). The Hero Designer Files and character sheets in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF are included in th
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    Here are my character write-ups for AC Comics' Ms. Victory, featuring the original (Joan Wayne) and her daughter who was her temporary replacement (Jennifer Burke). Both are roughly each other's equal in power levels at 400 points. In the few times I brought them to a game convention, players who had heard of Ms. Victory used her for the scenario (the original was generally preferred since she could fly). The Hero Designer Files and character sheets in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF are included in the Zip file. Enjoy! 😉
  15. Thanks for the kind words. As for the Widget that Elaine King has, I don't remember seeing stats for it in the original Champions 4th Edition, so I would probably have to generate a write-up as a separate entity or look in the forum to see if another contributor has already completed one.
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