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Rails

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  1. Did you try right-clicking on the Hall of Champions logo and using "Save image as . . . " (or your browser's equivalent) from the https://www.drivethrurpg.com/cc/28/hall-of-champions link?  It saves as 96 dpi for me.

     

    As to your second question--the guidelines and types of content information seem to indicate that you can publish characters that you created for other systems--as long as you retained the rights to them.  If I'm wrong, I'm sure someone here will correct me.  I base this opinion on these lines:

     

     From the "What Types of Content Can I Create?" section:  "Characters: Now you can sell the villains, monsters, gods, animals, and heroes you’ve cleverly created!"

     

    From the "What Types of Content Are Forbidden?" section:  "Other People’s IP: You do not have permission (or we the right) to release work based on the intellectual property of other people or companies as part of Hall of Champions. If you wish to for example show other fans your Champions 6th Edition write up of DC Comic’s character Green Lantern, please do so FOR FREE on the Hero Games website forums (https://www.herogames.com/forums/) or in some other location. But not here!

  2. The Witiko--also known as the Wendigo--is written up on page 100 of "Ghosts, Ghouls, & Golems" by Michael Surbrook.

     

    Scott Bennie's "Champions of the North" for 5th edition has Wen-Di-Go on page 64.  It's a stat block, list of abilities, disads, some notes about the legends of the Algonquin people, and suggestions on adapting the character to Champions games.

  3. 13 hours ago, Cygnia said:

    Anyone know what kind of bird this is?

     

    59528050_10156770764651141_4887508783816

     

     

    Looks like a young killdeer to me . . . the adults usually protect the nest by acting like they have a broken wing and try to lead the threat away from the nest, then fly back.  They nest on the ground in relatively open fields and usually clutch 4 or 5 eggs (in the nests I've found, anyway).  Around here, we occasionally get pairs trying to nest in or alongside gravel driveways and in fields that are grazed down by cattle.

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