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I’m trying to build a character with a “Bag of Holding”. I think I have a build for it, but the full character idea makes it awkward. The character is an alien with a kangaroo like build. Prehensile tail, stretching, shrinking & the pouch (reaches into a mini-dimension). He doesn’t truly shrink, just transfers mass to the other dimension, but for game purposes it is shrinking. So rather than crossing into a microverse, he just crosses a balance threshold and drops into the other dimension. While he can be in two places, two dimensions, at once, since one of them is a small place with very little interaction with anywhere else, I don’t think that it is much of a power. Being able to leave the world behind, however, certainly has some value. Supplies, (and conceivably guests, but it is not intended for that purpose), could be sent ahead through the pouch, Otherwise, nothing is there but a small space.
Howdy! Anyone round here who's made a version of the Marvel Comic universe Sentinels (the mutant-hunting robot kind) for Champions 5th or 6th Edition, or know anyone who has attempted this? I can't find any examples online, but my Google-fu may be failing me... The reason behind all this is that I'm going to create Mark III and Mark IV Sentinels for my current Marvel 1980s Champions campaign, and it would be interesting to se others take on Jack Kirby's iconic robots... I'm debating whether to make them Automatons or not, for example. /Mimer
Many should be familiar with the world of the Webcomic PS238. Noteable for having a HERO-System Sourcebook as thier RPG. In that world FISS Supers (Flight, Invulnerability, Superstrenght and Speed) are very common. Wich leads to them being undervalued severly as team-members, in PR and general recognition. One of the Characters looking for a name choose to just take her "FISS running number" as her name. It sparked a minor revolution, with her suddenly becomming the figurehead of a FISS equality movement that all just use the numbers as names. And she is getting totally moonshadowed by that development. Now she is getting interesting advice from a Flame User with Spiderman mouth: http://ps238.nodwick.com/comic/2015-03-13/ http://ps238.nodwick.com/comic/2014-03-18/ Edit: The third and final part is up: http://ps238.nodwick.com/comic/2015-03-25/ He is pointng out that distictive powers are not what makes you a recognized hero. Having a unique Gimick does. And that Gimik does not even need to be directly power related (of course it can be a power in it's own right). For example, he is a Fire user (fits theme of the team, but otherwise useless) with a good ability to distract enemies. Edit: And a "Dragon" theme, despite not really knowing about dragons.