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  1. 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.
  2. 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! 😉
  3. 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! 😉
  5. 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.
  6. Sorry for the disappointment, but the Solitaire characters featured in Champions are definitely different from the Jane Seymour character that would be better suited for Danger International.
  7. Here are my updated versions of Solitaire (Elaine King) from Champions 4th Edition and Solitaire (Shannon Havelock) from Champions: The New Millennium for 6th Edition. They are what I considered "experienced" versions of the character, as the original stats were "rookie" versions, with an updated design for each. Included are the Hero Designer files, Adobe PDF, and Microsoft Word versions in case you want to make some changes for your campaign. Solitaire (Elaine King and Shannon Havelock) Enjoy! 😉 Solitaire (Elaine King) - 425 points
  8. Updated Solitaire versions View File Here are my updated incarnations of Solitaire (Elaine King) from 4th Edition Champions and Solitaire (Shannon Havelock) from Champions: The New Millennium for 6th Edition. They are what I considered "experienced" versions of the character, as the original stats were "rookie" versions, with an updated design for each. Solitaire (Elaine King) - 425 points Solitaire (Shannon Havelock) - 475 points Submitter fdw3773 Submitted
  9. Version 1.0.0

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    Here are my updated incarnations of Solitaire (Elaine King) from 4th Edition Champions and Solitaire (Shannon Havelock) from Champions: The New Millennium for 6th Edition. They are what I considered "experienced" versions of the character, as the original stats were "rookie" versions, with an updated design for each. Included are the Hero Designer files, Adobe PDF, and Microsoft Word versions in case you want to tailor make some changes for your campaign. Solitaire (Elaine King) - 425 points Solitaire (Shannon Havelock) - 475 points
  10. The output file was a Microsoft Word document that I created and then converted to an Adobe PDF. When I previously printed off the Adobe PDF output from Hero Designer, the character sheets were difficult to read for the players, so I went with a more simplified format. Yes, since German is a freebie because it's her native language, Hero points should have been spent for English, an error on my part. The Hero Designer File was included in case others wanted to modify it further.
  11. I wasn't aware of a rapid aging complication. Based on the few issues of Flare that I was able to find, there was no mention of that flaw. The issues I had tended to be more lighthearted in tone such as featuring Flare showing off her new costume (dark blue and white) to the paparazzi at a public event. From there, she experienced wardrobe malfunctions against the Dash where her ample cleavage kept spilling out with the cleverly illustrated "poit" sound effect covering the sensitive areas that kept it in the main comics display and not the adults only section. 🙂 Off hand, my guess
  12. This is my interpretation/updated version of the character Flare introduced in the League of Champions comic book series decades ago and featured in the cover art of various early Champions RPG books. Special thanks to Hero forum members pblemguy for referring me to the post where fan contributors worked on the character write-ups of these "old-school" characters and Cassandra, since her write-up of Flare served as my starting point. 🙂 She is at 425 points, which is the equivalent of what I would refer to as an, "Experienced" version in terms of the HeroClix frame of reference (i.e
  13. Flare for 6th Edition View File This is my interpretation of the character Flare introduced in the League of Champions comic book series decades ago and featured in the cover art of various early Champions RPG books. Special thanks to Hero forum members pblemguy for referring me to the post where fan contributors worked on the character write-ups of these "old-school" characters and Cassandra, since her write-up of Flare served as my starting point. 🙂 She is at 425 points, which is the equivalent of what I would refer to as an, "Experienced" version
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    This is my interpretation of the character Flare introduced in the League of Champions comic book series decades ago and featured in the cover art of various early Champions RPG books. Special thanks to Hero forum members pblemguy for referring me to the post where fan contributors worked on the character write-ups of these "old-school" characters and Cassandra, since her write-up of Flare served as my starting point. 🙂 She is at 425 points, which is the equivalent of what I would refer to as an, "Experienced" version in terms of the HeroClix frame of reference (i.e. Rookie, Experi
  15. Yes, the link helps out a lot to give me a basic idea. Thanks!!!
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