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  1. Re: in the spirit of christmas! DR. D! Du Nos pics are incredible! You really knocked it out of the park. Very cool look, dark & gritty. Awesome. In case you haven't picked up on it, I like very much. I'm gonna have to try & create a character just because of those illustrations.
  2. Re: Brother From Another Mother Dr. Wonder- being the team leader, would have to lecture the character on his misunderstanding and how his/her statements effect the public opinion of the team. He would then insist that the character then release a correcting statement clearing up the confusion. If hte character doesn't correct their statement, they'd be suspended from the team until doing so. Gunnodoyak- Would laugh it off & let people figure it out for themselves that the character obviously completely ignorant. Especially being that he's a very well known personality world wide! Rush- Being the impulsive teenager, he'd probably break into the team-mates room with a willing partner & have gratuitous s-e-x on thei bed & let them figure out what had happened:)!
  3. Re: Ideas for powers for child heroes... I was thinking baby x could be a sonic based power with maybe an area affect when it's time to change?
  4. Re: Demolition Dunphy: Where's the Love?! He's probably got a 10 point disadvantage of negative reputation & a 5 point diadvantage of bad luck to getting credit for anything.
  5. Re: in the spirit of christmas! Very cool Dr. D!
  6. Re: Going to be running a Teen Champions game... I also try to be an off the cuff GM. I find that if I try to plan too much, the players tend to hope tracks on me. Then I have to scramble to keep up. If I play it loose & keep the guide lines simple everyone has an enjoyable time. One of my favorite things to do is have the players do most of your reference work for you. Especially in their character back grounds... I hope this helps.
  7. Re: Going to be running a Teen Champions game... Well, I've recently been running a tricky speedster who didn't like the way some of the teachers were keeping valuable info from the kids. Like his older brother who'd died 15 years previuosly reappearing with no explanation as to where he's been (he also hasn't aged any since the day he disappeared). So my character decided to leave the school impulsively (like a teen). Then he tried to get his parents to ask questions & they won't. He even went so far as to ask his parents about possibly suing the school for misrepresenting what had happened to their son. So now he's back at the school investigating his brother (who he isn't too sure of).
  8. Re: Superhero Legacy 2: He took my old ID! Dr. Wonder; Would confront the offender & proceed to "quiz" the person in his areas of expertise & decide if said person was qualified to carry the name. Gunnodoyak; would find the character & verify what the character's motives were for carrying on the name. Maybe also bring the character back to his tribal shaman for confirmation on personal motives. Rush; would probably confront new person & challenge!
  9. Re: Going to be running a Teen Champions game... Most of the time our characters are generating (or they should be) their own adventures just by being teens!
  10. Re: Google Earth I've used it extensively in my character write ups. I explained to another player in our group, that if you don't try & confirm something's location in the real world, the G.M. might poke holes in your back story. It's yet to prove me wrong to be that paranoid.
  11. Re: in the spirit of christmas! Well, smiley faces have been popular in comics since the sixties. I seem to remember some from Robert Crumb?
  12. Re: in the spirit of christmas! I can't say enough of how cool your stuff is! Keep up the greta work!
  13. Re: in the spirit of christmas! I really like your use of bold colors. Especially your choice in the backgrounds, it really sets off the characters well.
  14. Re: Funny thought: Plot seed You could have a super inventor create giant sized milk duds that're laced with a permanent shrinking serum. Then just place the milk duds where you think the kid'll never get 'em & turn your collective backs & voila! He'll eat 'em before you know it & deny it to his little sand box!
  15. Re: Superhuman women and normal women The Powers comics actually deals with these subjects on a pretty regular basis. They've also dealt with more adult subjects in an intriguing manner.
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