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  1. People keep talking about running combat sims like they're easy. What's the secret?
  2. Mechahawk test unit L: Is well aware that he has an evil counterpart running around somewhere. But since R has a very different paint job normally and L is aware of time travel, he'll ask questions first and shoot later. Lupe: Immediately guesses time travel, unless she smells something off about the duplicate.
  3. Any of my characters would call in backup immediately. While Primus handles evacuation procedures, they engage the monsters as best they can.
  4. Well, my campaigns are barely off the ground at the moment. His second election campaign is going on in the background. Specifically, he's switched places with his running mate and is running for Vice President. That way, the pair will be more acceptable to the intelligent voters, while not losing the fanboy vote either. On a related note, he's trying to refine his gimmick, since a lot of his old shticks don't get laughs anymore. That's fine with him, though, humor is an illusive and changing thing - and the last thing he wants to do is wind up a flat monster like the modern J
  5. As a newcomer to the system, the universe I'm setting up is derived primarily from the MMO, with the 6E books filling in the gaps. Some of my interpretations are based on misinterpretations, or on material I don't fully remember, but they seemed worth running with. Here are some key points: Millennium City's technology has spread across the nation. However, the population of the city itself has dwindled between repeated attacks by Tacophanes (He didn't actually use zombie heroes every year, but he did attack every October, and at other predictable times) and the revelation of Quip
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