History TabletopGame / Champions

5th Dec '17 9:52:15 AM KamenRiderOokalf
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** And Zen Team, [[SuperSentai a team of Japanese martial artists in powered suits]], published a few months before ''PowerRangers'' first aired in the United States.

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** And Zen Team, [[SuperSentai [[Franchise/SuperSentai a team of Japanese martial artists in powered suits]], published a few months before ''PowerRangers'' ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' first aired in the United States.
30th Oct '17 4:32:49 PM starofjusticev21
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** GENOCIDE is similar to Marvel's various anti-mutant groups, complete with Sentinel-like Minutemen Robots. The IHA that took their place is less transparently evil and opposed to superhumans in general, not just mutants.

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** GENOCIDE is similar to Marvel's various anti-mutant groups, complete with Sentinel-like Minutemen Robots. The IHA [[note]] Institute for Human Advancement [[/note]] that took their place is less transparently evil and opposed to superhumans in general, not just mutants.
30th Oct '17 4:31:52 PM starofjusticev21
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* NobleBigot: The Aryan from ''Allies'' is meant to be portrayed this way. He believes other ethnicities are inherently inferior, but rather than seeing this as a reason to oppress them he believes it's the duty of the (as he sees it) genetically perfect master race to look out for them.
24th Oct '17 4:48:02 PM starofjusticev21
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** The artist just drew the Duke from ''Allies'' as ComicBook/DoctorStrange.
23rd Sep '17 5:34:30 AM starofjusticev21
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* Two pregenerated cities were released as sourcebooks for the 5th edition: Millennium City (high tech and prosperous) and Vibora Bay (gloomy and mysterious with most of the prominent heroes and villains being magic users).
19th Sep '17 5:40:48 PM starofjusticev21
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* SmartPeoplePlayChess: Both Dr. Destroyer and his protege Professor Muerte are devotees of the game. In one of the later sourcebooks it's explained that Destroyer will sometimes capture a ranking master to have them play against him, and somewhat surprisingly if they play to the best of their abilities and give him a good game they're released and paid handsomely for their time, even if they win. They only meet a messy end if they lose on purpose to sate Destroyer's ego.
9th Sep '17 5:38:07 AM starofjusticev21
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* ReligionIsRight / ReligionIsWrong: Played somewhat oddly in a 4th edition adventure featuring [=DEMON=] kidnapping a number of brilliant scientific minds and setting them to work on a series of ancient equations that supposedly either prove or disprove the existence of {{God}}. [=DEMON=] could actually care less about the exact result -- their aim is for the proof to eliminate ''faith'' once and for all and thereby release a demonic {{eldritch abomination}} with the apparent power to remake all of reality from its cage, and consequently it's up to the player characters' to make sure that the scientists don't complete the proof either way and the question remains unanswered.

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* ReligionIsRight / ReligionIsWrong: Played somewhat oddly in a 4th edition adventure [[note]] In the book Classic Organizations [[/note]] featuring [=DEMON=] kidnapping a number of brilliant scientific minds and setting them to work on a series of ancient equations that supposedly either prove or disprove the existence of {{God}}. [=DEMON=] could actually care less about the exact result -- their aim is for the proof to eliminate ''faith'' once and for all and thereby release a demonic {{eldritch abomination}} with the apparent power to remake all of reality from its cage, and consequently it's up to the player characters' to make sure that the scientists don't complete the proof either way and the question remains unanswered.
9th Sep '17 5:26:44 AM starofjusticev21
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* MoeGreeneSpecial: One of the founders of the super-prankster team CLOWN retired after one of their stunts cost him an eye, and the stuff they did suddenly wasn't as silly and harmless to him anymore.
19th Jul '17 8:49:42 PM ecuvulle6267
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* FlyingFirepower: It was very common for energy projector characters to also have flight. Early examples include Pulsar, Bluejay and Firewing.
16th Jul '17 8:51:51 AM starofjusticev21
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* DoomsdayDevice: Naturally. The 5th edition genre book even had a section for creating memorable ones.
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