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20th Jan '18 5:51:05 PM starofjusticev21
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* AlwaysSecondBest: Silver Avenger Rackham from ''Allies'' has this (and the complex he's developed from it) as his core concept.
8th Jan '18 1:13:10 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* GeniusBruiser: Dr Silverback

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* GeniusBruiser: Dr SilverbackSilverback.
* GiantEqualsInvincible: Thankfully not. If this was true {{Kaiju}}s would take forever to take down and Giant PCs would run rampant with their natural strength and speed boosts from their massive size.



* NighInvulnerability: It's in there and it's best worked for Bricks, Bruisers, and Giants who all acts as both the team's [[TheBigGuy heavy hitters]] as well as the teams designated "bullet sponge" ''especially'' if they're Giants (see "Sizeshifter" above for the reason).

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* NighInvulnerability: It's in there and it's best worked for Bricks, Bruisers, and Giants who all acts as both the team's [[TheBigGuy heavy hitters]] as well as the teams designated "bullet sponge" ''especially'' if they're Giants (see "Sizeshifter" above below for the reason).
6th Jan '18 12:05:24 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* DumpStat: "Comeliness", which had little to no effect on the rules and could be sold off for more points and was really cheap (only worth a half of a point per level) to burn off extra points. It was so bad that it was dropped in the Sixth Edition of ''Hero System'' where only "Striking Appearance" had any effect.
** Offensive Mental Combat Value or [=OMCV=] was pointless if you ''didn't'' use Mental Combat and could be sold off for three extra points to burn.
5th Jan '18 11:38:27 PM DastardlyDemolition
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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).

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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).


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* NighInvulnerability: It's in there and it's best worked for Bricks, Bruisers, and Giants who all acts as both the team's [[TheBigGuy heavy hitters]] as well as the teams designated "bullet sponge" ''especially'' if they're Giants (see "Sizeshifter" above for the reason).
5th Jan '18 11:24:09 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* FantasyMetals: "Questionite", a fantastic metal that never bends nor breaks. Make a "Questionite Shield" to black, bash, and throw or "Questionite Claws" to slice and dice and still julienne fries.

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* FantasyMetals: "Questionite", a fantastic metal that never bends nor breaks. Make a "Questionite Shield" to black, block, bash, and throw or "Questionite Claws" to slice and dice and still make julienne fries.
5th Jan '18 11:23:06 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* FantasyMetals: "Questionite", a fantastic metal that never bends nor breaks. Make a "Questionite Shield" to black, bash, and throw or "Questionite Claws" to slice and dice and still julienne fries.


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* {{Sizeshifter}}: Growth and Shrinking and both can be upgraded with Usable On Others. They do have their own disadvantages however: the bigger you are the easier you are to see and there's always the problem with the floor giving way beneath you and while being smaller makes it easier to hide you're still going to get knocked around if you get hit. Both powers also require endurance to keep up unless you like being big or small and make it permanent. Both also have Physical Complications (such as trying to deal with everyday objects) which at the least are "Infrequently" for Large (twice as big as the average joe) and Small (half as tall as the average guy) or "Frequently" for anyone bigger/smaller and "Slightly Imparing" for anyone at most "Enormous/Diminutive" (4 times) or worse "Greatly Imparing" for anyone "Huge/Minuscule" (''16'' times). When you are at minimum 96 feet tall, you're hard pressed to do anything that doesn't involve breaking things.
25th Dec '17 2:21:51 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.

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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. This hasn't kept him from being turned down by every hero team going, though.
23rd Dec '17 4:46:34 AM starofjusticev21
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** ''Classic Enemies'' suggests this as one way of using the villain team The Conquerors, as a standard villain team if the GM needs another one, or as a bunch of laughable idiots with more bad luck and ambition than competence. References to them in other material like ''Day of the Destroyer'' seems to have run with kind of a middle ground: they're a typical villain team, but definitely one of the less impressive ones.

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** ''Classic Enemies'' suggests this as one way of using the villain team The Conquerors, as a standard villain team if the GM needs another one, or as a bunch of laughable idiots with more bad luck and ambition than competence. References to them in other material like ''Day of the Destroyer'' seems to have run with kind of a middle ground: they're a typical villain team, but definitely one of the less impressive ones.competence.
22nd Dec '17 9:13:58 AM starofjusticev21
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** ''Classic Enemies'' suggests this as one way of using the villain team The Conquerors, as a standard villain team if the GM needs another one, or as a bunch of laughable idiots with more bad luck and ambition than competence.

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** ''Classic Enemies'' suggests this as one way of using the villain team The Conquerors, as a standard villain team if the GM needs another one, or as a bunch of laughable idiots with more bad luck and ambition than competence. References to them in other material like ''Day of the Destroyer'' seems to have run with kind of a middle ground: they're a typical villain team, but definitely one of the less impressive ones.
21st Dec '17 12:44:35 AM Spindriver
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* TheDragon

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* TheDragonTheDragon:



* SavingTheWorld: Because you're BigDamnHeroes
* ScaryScarecrows: Pumpkin Jack

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* SavingTheWorld: Because you're BigDamnHeroes
BigDamnHeroes.
* SawedOffShotgun: ''Kingdom of Champions'' has a villain named Brown Fox. The book notes that “brown fox” is (actually rare) British underworld slang for a sawed-off shotgun, and yes, the character uses such a weapon.
* ScaryScarecrows: Pumpkin JackJack.
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