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Mark Rand

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  1. Since it's my home town, I used Pittsburgh's map as Coastal City's map. The factory-lined channel to Coastal City Bay was the Ohio River to the downstream end of Brunot Island. The island itself is, in real life, occupied by an electrical generating plant.
  2. Wasn't Atlas Unleashed the one that gave information about the generic coastal city? I seem to remember the Coastal Metro Power Company, the Coastal City Museum of Fine Art, the swank Birdmore Hotel, Wayne Air Force Base, a NASA tracking station, Mayor Lois Kent, and Captain Anderson of the military, who was probably Army Special Forces.
  3. In the campaign, the Del Oro River Delta is the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta. There are over fifty islands in the delta, one of which contains a lighthouse.
  4. Mark Rand

    Automan thoughts

    True. I thought Simon MacCorkindale was okay in Manimal, but a lot better in all three seasons of Counterstrike.
  5. Mark Rand

    Automan thoughts

    I liked The Man From Atlantis, too. It was a good show. I also watched Sword of Justice. It wasn't that great of a concept, but it had its moments.
  6. The second Junior Justice Foundation Superhero Team club has been started. I'm attaching the handout. Junior Justice Foundation.doc
  7. Mark Rand

    Automan thoughts

    Yes, to Desi Arnez, Jr. Possible to a bad Tron: the series. According to the Wikipedia, the Autocar was a Lamborghini Countach LP400 which was capable of making 90-degree turns without losing control and overtaking merely by strafing, rather than turning. However, human passengers not properly secured in their seats would often be thrown around inside with the momentum from the sudden position change. The Autochopper was a Bell Jetranger capable of landing anywhere.
  8. Mark Rand

    Automan thoughts

    I think you're right. As I recall, Automan's follower, Cursor, was easily distracted by a beautiful woman.
  9. Thank you, Simon. Have a great day.
  10. I started the Junior Justice Foundation club a last September and it seems to have run its course. How do I close it?
  11. (Since there have been no game-related posts in two weeks, I'll be closing the game shortly.)
  12. I would like to echo the need for neighborhood supplements, like Dragon's Gate. One for University Commons would be good, as would one for College Gardens and Lakeview. A supplement about Samuel Brackett City Park wold also be good as well as more information about the area airports. They could be PDFs instead of printed.
  13. Up to you. Edit: Character doesn't have to be a teen any more.
  14. I'm preparing to end the Junior Justice Foundation campaign and replace it with a Justice Foundation Superhero Team campaign. The heroes can be any age. After all, both Lotus and Azteca were in college when they joined the original team.
  15. June Morton is the light-fingered lady whose body is now occupied by the mind of Janice Harrison, the failure. June wasn't an actual member of the Malice Mob, she just committed burglaries at the request of several of the members and was there to get an assignment.
  16. Her boyfriend, while she was on drugs, could've been a burglar who, at her request, trained her. unfortunately, she didn't have the dexterity she needed. Now, she does.
  17. An idea that just occured to me is that The Failure is a former debutante whose mind is in the body of a female cat burglar whose identity isn't known to the authorities. Since she's in the burglar's costume, she has access to her gear, but does she have access to the knowledge of how to function as a burglar?
  18. The lights are coming from Lakeview Airport, a general aviation airport. The rotating beacon is on top of a red and white tower that's surrounded by a chain-link fence. The glow is coming from the parking lot and airfield lights. The light poles in the parking lot also have speakers. A chain-link fence and three buildings separate the parking lot from the airfield. One building is the airport terminal. A second is Lakeview Aviation, Inc. A third is the San Angelo County Sheriff's Department Aero Bureau.
  19. On the edge of Lakeview, there is a rotating green and white beacon and the glow of many lights.
  20. In Lakeview, things are quiet. A sheriff's patrol car, unit Lakeview 6, is rolling by and two sheriff's helicopters, that look like Bell UH-1 Iroquoises, are on divergent courses.
  21. Arachne changes to her civilian identity and takes the bus to Poverty Gulch where she changes back to her heroic identity.
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