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2nd Dec '16 8:47:02 AM Elyandarin
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* CastFromStamina: Casting spells or using other powers normally uses up points of Endurance. They come back rapidly with rest, though.
17th Nov '16 12:18:34 PM starofjusticev21
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* GoKartingWithBowser: A large part of the ''Neutral Ground'' supplement.

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* GoKartingWithBowser: A large part of the ''Neutral Ground'' supplement.supplement, which is about a social club (later an island resort) for superhumans of all alignments.
17th Nov '16 12:13:49 PM starofjusticev21
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* HitlersTimeTravelExemptionAct: The module "Wings of the Valkyrie" averts this, using as the lynchpin of the adventure the role-playing dilemma of choosing between killing the leaders of Nazi Germany before the Holocaust can be carried out, or preventing the CrapsackWorld on the brink of complete collapse the rearranged timeline becomes.
9th Nov '16 8:44:20 AM KingZeal
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* TheGreatestStyle: In the ''Lucha Libre Hero'' supplement, all monsters take double damage from ''lucha libre'' maneuvers by default ... but that '''only''' applies to ''lucha libre'' maneuvers. A practitioner of karate, savate, muay thai, or any other martial art who finds himself in a Lucha Hero game will be less effective against monsters because that weakness won't apply to his attacks.
2nd Nov '16 10:12:36 AM starofjusticev21
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* CaptainEthnic: In some of the older sourcebooks, like ''Red Doom'', ''Enemies: The International File'', and ''European Enemies'' (especially ''European Enemies''). Some of the former include telekinetic cosmonaut Sputnik, mentalist Perestroika, the nuclear-powered battlesuit wearer Tokamak, and Soyuz Proletariatski, who can create up to ''250'' clones of himself, but has no mind of his own and can only follow orders. Other examples include Shamrock, a former IRA member whose powers include SuperStrength and preternatural luck.

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* CaptainEthnic: In some of the older sourcebooks, like ''Red Doom'', ''Enemies: The International File'', and ''European Enemies'' (especially ''European Enemies''). Some of the former include telekinetic cosmonaut Sputnik, mentalist Perestroika, the nuclear-powered battlesuit wearer Tokamak, and Soyuz Proletariatski, who can create up to ''250'' clones of himself, but has no mind of his own and can only follow orders. Other examples include Shamrock, a former IRA member whose powers include SuperStrength and preternatural luck.luck, and whose archenemy is a leprechaun.
2nd Nov '16 10:11:46 AM starofjusticev21
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* CaptainEthnic: In some of the older sourcebooks, like ''Red Doom'' and ''European Enemies'' (especially ''European Enemies''). Some of the former include telekinetic cosmonaut Sputnik, mentalist Perestroika, the nuclear-powered battlesuit wearer Tokamak, and Soyuz Proletariatski, who can create up to ''250'' clones of himself, but has no mind of his own and can only follow orders. See also "HuskyRusskie" below

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* CaptainEthnic: In some of the older sourcebooks, like ''Red Doom'' Doom'', ''Enemies: The International File'', and ''European Enemies'' (especially ''European Enemies''). Some of the former include telekinetic cosmonaut Sputnik, mentalist Perestroika, the nuclear-powered battlesuit wearer Tokamak, and Soyuz Proletariatski, who can create up to ''250'' clones of himself, but has no mind of his own and can only follow orders. See also "HuskyRusskie" belowOther examples include Shamrock, a former IRA member whose powers include SuperStrength and preternatural luck.
2nd Nov '16 10:02:48 AM starofjusticev21
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* EvilLuddite / EvilReactionary: This is the shtick of the villain Retrograde in ''High Tech Enemies''. His power allows him to transform high tech items into low tech, non-functioning equivalents, such as transforming a suit of powered armour into a suit of medieval knight's armour.

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* EvilLuddite / EvilReactionary: This is the shtick of the villain Retrograde in ''High Tech Enemies''. His power allows him to transform high tech items into low tech, non-functioning equivalents, such as transforming a suit of powered armour PoweredArmor into a suit of medieval knight's armour.



** Mechanon's origins started off straightforward (he was meant to be the security guard of a hero team's base but [[AIIsACrapshoot crossed his wires and made it his mission to destroy humanity instead); however, over the years, they became convoluted and contradictory. With the 5th Edition Reboot, Mechanon's past became a mystery, with theories referencing all of his previous origins and more. (''The Book of the Machine'' does at last give 5E Mechanon an origin.)

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** Mechanon's origins started off straightforward (he was meant to be the security guard of a hero team's base but [[AIIsACrapshoot crossed his wires and made it his mission to destroy humanity instead); instead]]); however, over the years, they became convoluted and contradictory. With the 5th Edition Reboot, Mechanon's past became a mystery, with theories referencing all of his previous origins and more. (''The Book of the Machine'' does at last give 5E Mechanon an origin.)
2nd Nov '16 10:01:58 AM starofjusticev21
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** Mechanon's origins started off straightforward; however, over the years, they became convoluted and contradictory. With the 5th Edition Reboot, Mechanon's past became a mystery, with theories referencing all of his previous origins and more. (''The Book of the Machine'' does at last give 5E Mechanon an origin.)

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** Mechanon's origins started off straightforward; straightforward (he was meant to be the security guard of a hero team's base but [[AIIsACrapshoot crossed his wires and made it his mission to destroy humanity instead); however, over the years, they became convoluted and contradictory. With the 5th Edition Reboot, Mechanon's past became a mystery, with theories referencing all of his previous origins and more. (''The Book of the Machine'' does at last give 5E Mechanon an origin.)
1st Nov '16 9:24:53 AM starofjusticev21
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** Mechanon is ComicBook/{{Ultron}}; however, in the current edition he has moved away from his directly copied origins. Mechanon also share similarities with ComicBook/Brainiac, particularly the Bronze-Age skeletal one. His powers may also be based on Amazo.

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** Mechanon is ComicBook/{{Ultron}}; however, in the current edition he has moved away from his directly copied origins. Mechanon also share similarities with ComicBook/Brainiac, particularly the Bronze-Age skeletal one. His powers may also be based on Amazo.
1st Nov '16 9:20:30 AM starofjusticev21
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* NotWearingTights: Had a few characters who specifically refuse to wear costumes, like the Bastion of Budapest from ''European Enemies'' whose handlers tried to make him wear one but he hated it and they ultimately agreed to just let him wear a suit.
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