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About BobGreenwade

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    Co-author of The Ultimate Vehicle!
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    Writer, Composer, Caregiver

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  1. Re: Storn's Art & Characters thread.
  2. Re: Storn's Art & Characters thread. What's really wild about this one is that it would be quite at home with one of my future Realm Hunter books. In fact, the central figure even looks a little like my hero, Bear Waters, including the scar through the right eye (Bear is clean shaven and a tad darker, but otherwise that's just about right).
  3. Re: Genre-crossover nightmares Unforgettable Me
  4. Re: MYTHIC HERO: What Do *You* Want To See? Once I saw on the front page that this book had a WDYWTS thread up, I came in to see what I could suggest. As it happens, the original plan covers most of what I'd want to see, and further discussion covers nearly all the rest. If the Native American section includes Lakota legends, and Berber mythology is touched on somewhere (the final chapter most likely, though it could be the Greek section), I'll be happy. A discussion (however brief) on how the existence of different pantheons in the same world can be reconciled so that all are true would be welcome. It's a complex and difficult topic, to be sure, and could take an entire book to cover in depth, but a page or so covering the high points would help the world-builders out here. Remember, too, that a sourcebook of this type can be as much good use to novelists, screenwriters, and other fiction writers just as it is for gamers. The latter are the main target group, of course, but the former should get some love too.
  5. Re: A DC Animated-style HeroMachine Uh... if she's as tall as the pic suggests, she might want to be wearing something other than a short skirt....
  6. Re: Create a Villain Theme Team! This looks like a good group theme for a vigilante character I actually created a few years ago: Post Mortem. Mortimer Post works as an assistant for the Medical Examiner's office. In the line of his work, he sees nearly every corpse that goes through that institution, from old people who died alone to victims of brutal murders. The latter are the ones that disturb him the most -- especially when the murderers get declared Not Guilty for lack of evidence, or because of some legal technicality. So he's decided to take matters into his own hands. When he's convinced that a killer has gone free and the police cannot touch him, or when one serves a sentence that he thinks is too light, he takes on the identity of Post Mortem and -- either alone or, more recently, with help from his teammates -- kidnaps the killer. He then slowly, deliberately, and painfully dismantles the killer's body over a period of the next month, taking away fingers, toes, teeth, and other parts in intervals of a few hours, always with his target alive and conscious at the time. These parts are sent by mail to the target's family, friends, and (especially in the case of organized crime figures) associates, until finally whatever's left when he has to finally kill the target gets dumped near a police station. This, he figures, is one thing that will strike true fear into the hearts of murderers and gangsters.
  7. Re: A DC Animated-style HeroMachine Very nice work, Jack. Repped.
  8. Re: Create a Villain Theme Team! Sadly, I must spread more Rep before giving more to Enforcer84.
  9. Re: Genre-crossover nightmares Little Orphan Animal
  10. Re: A DC Animated-style HeroMachine Hm... he looks kind of like Dr. Sivana.
  11. Re: Genre-crossover nightmares And on some research, I find that Uncle Deadly and Blind Pew only resemble each other and are not the same Muppet.
  12. Re: Genre-crossover nightmares According to the Wikipedia entry on DC's emotional spectrum: Red = rage (Animal) Orange = avarice (Rizzo) Yellow = fear (Beeker) Green = willpower (Kermit) Blue = hope (Robin) Indigo = compassion (Janice) Violet = love (Piggy) Black = death (one I don't recognize, other than that he played "blind Pew" in Muppet Treasure Island)
  13. Re: Genre-crossover nightmares This was just posted to Blastr:
  14. Re: ADVANCED PLAYER'S GUIDE II -- What Do *You* Want To See? Like remembering your Personal Identification Number number at the Automated Teller Machine machine.
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