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<Snipped quote by Clever Hans>

The Hero For Fun cliche can do anything heroic. For example, saving a dog from a burning building or lifting a bus full of cheerleaders off the winner of a beauty contest.


Lifting a full bus is way too strong. Actually, lifting anything heavier than a mo-ped is probably right out. :D Like the guidelines say, actual super-powers are only allowed if they are severely limited in some way.
@Clever Hans Uhh, what, who are....Ooooohhhhh, I mean HEYYYY GUYS! *Totally didn't forget to subscribe to topic and receive notification*

I'm downloading the move right now. Since it is a pre-requesite I feel like it would be a douche thing to not watch it.


ALOL Naw, not a douche thing... But it would be more difficult (although not impossible) to get a feel for what kinds of characters really fit in the game without seeing the film first.
Here's the 1st draft of my character's CS.



I love the call-out to the movie soundtrack. Can you provide some examples of what he can do with his cliches?
At one point in 1999, the citizens of Champion City were feeling pretty good about things. Casanova Frankenstein, who had been inexplicably released from a mental institution, had been defeated and apparently blown up in his own mansion, along with most of his motley collection of gangs. The city was virtually crime-free again.

But then Captain Amazing didn't schedule a press conference, or appear on television, or record a new commercial…. Or anything. He was just… gone.

It didn't take long for villains in other parts of the country to realize that an enormous power vacuum existed in the city, and they rushed to fill it. The city became a battleground of supervillains and their henchfolk. The police were helpless, and the Mystery Men hopelessly overmatched.

An uneasy truce now hangs over the city as a number of supervillains work to consolidate their territories and undermine the foundations of truth, justice, and democracy (and one another). More than ever, the people of Champion City need a superhero to save the day.

Unfortunately, there aren't any around. They're going to have to settle for you, instead.










OK, so constructing the OOC post is taking a lot longer than I thought. I'll get there soon. In the meantime, here's a picture of Carmine The Bowler (taken at some point after he fell down an elevator shaft onto some bullets).

I will put up the OOC page in the very, very near future - as long as you count "tomorrow" as the near future, that is...
Did I mention the free tostada lunch platters? :D
This is such a fantastic idea. I am sorry that I don't have the time to do it justice as a player.
At one point in 1999, the citizens of Champion City were feeling pretty good about things. Casanova Frankenstein, who had been inexplicably released from a mental institution, had been defeated and apparently blown up in his own mansion, along with most of his motley collection of gangs. The city was virtually crime-free again.

But then Captain Amazing didn't schedule a press conference, or do TV appearances. Or anything. He was just… gone.

It didn't take long for villains in other parts of the country to realize that an enormous power vacuum existed in the city, and they rushed to fill it. The city became a battleground of supervillains and their henchfolk. The police were helpless, and the Mystery Men hopelessly overmatched.

An uneasy truce now hangs over the city as a host of supervillains work to consolidate their territories and undermine the foundations of truth, justice, and democracy. More than ever, the people of Champion City need a superhero to save the day.

Unfortunately, there aren't any around. They're going to have to settle for you, instead.






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