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Fields of Challenge / Re: Freetext Friday
« Last post by Aramax on Today at 05:31:22 PM »
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X-ecutioners

http://www.cbr.com/x-force-deadliest-members/

Dethlok

Half zombie, half cyborg, psychically bonded to his mechanically reanimated corpse, he is an immortal supersoldier. Tormented.

Shatterstar

The celebrity supersoldier, a grandstanding psychopath who uses the biggest hammer possible and considers collateral damage a bonus point modifier.

Feral

Full on neko mod crossed with a combat mod, a organic killing machine

Marrow

A tarkatan hybrid, with some serious self control issues, cannibal urges, and bone manipulation parapsi powers

Domino

A successful breeding program supersoldier, one that is grown into power over several generations rather than being decanted and juiced up.

Spiral

6-armed augment, plus the Doom package (magic, hypertech) and more capitalist and destructive than political and tyrannical than doom

Bishop

eh?

Psylocke

psi-blade ninja

Fantomex

3 brains, and an external nervous system... wat?

 
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The Worst Bad Guys in Comics

http://www.cbr.com/bad-bad-guys-the-15-worst-comic-book-movie-villains/?utm_source=CBR-FB-P&utm_medium=Social-Distribution&utm_campaign=CBR-FB-P&view=lista

1. Mobsters

An overlooked and underplayed resource, mobsters and specifically, mob bosses have a great deal of power. THey don't have to be supers or meta like Kingpin, but they are people people, and are planners, organizers, manipulators, and planners. A mundane mob boss with good connections and allies can be a major foe for a super or other team. Just because a super villain has great power doesnt always mean they are smart, or immune to basic manipulation, or the same general desires that drive people. Moroni vs Batman, Saint vs. Punisher, and then extrapolate out, Tony Soprano vs Jessica Jones

2. Blackheart

Laughably bad, but using demon-spawn who are predominantly human, is underrepresented. There is too much of a rush to the big bad, when some of the best big bads haven't been big bads. Peter Stormare's Lucifer from Constantine comes to mind.

3. Ozymandias

supra-intelligent foes who lead heroes into inescapable plans, so that the heroes very actions ensure that the villain's plan comes to fruition. Amoral, apathetic, pragmatic, organized, and so forth. Unmoved by emotion or sentiment

4. no one talks about the Catwoman movie

5. The Octopus

What happens when a bats**t crazy alien wears a human suit?

6. Poison Ivy

Plant oriented parapsychic

7. Bullseye

gun adept

8. Mr Freeze

Cryogenic parapsychic who is stuck in permanent burn, and requires an exosuit to survive without 'melting down'

9. Two-Face

psyche damaged, split personality, meh

10. Dr Doom

desolate one, magic, power armor

11. Galactus

A literal Elder God (versus Outer God), powerful but less alien intelligence. On par with ophanim. Parapsychic exile who survived the death of the previous universe

12. Tainted Genius

A parapsychic hyperintelligence manipulator, but unlike Ozymandias, completely dominated by lesser urges, and base emotions. Can build a hypertech device from scratch, but in the pursuit of a single woman's sexual attention

13. Venom symbiont

Nothing like a plasmic entity you can wear

14. Nuclear Man

The high upkeep borderline out of control supersoldier, lacks self control and is constantly on the verge of parapsychic overload

15. Weapon XI

aka Origins Deadpool, Swiss Army Soldiers, cobbled together out of cybernetic implants and parapsychic torture to create focused chaos generators

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Do the Monster Mash

Grottu! King of the Insects

megafauna insects, plus an associated dimension, tie into the invae of Shadowrun horror. The pre-cambrian horrors, the irresistable invertibrates! The horror. Also tap into the old Hammer horror movies with janky giant insects and insect swarms.

Monstrom!

A generic swamp dwelling be-horned cyclopean titan, quadruped, dense and dumb. Monstrom can be an umbrella term for titano-fauna that are not intelligent, and do not demonstrate teratomorph qualities.

Gorgilla

The missing link, tie to yeren, bigfoot, chinese wildman, hairy ass neanderthal hominid. Give mythos gifts and sapience, but non-human intelligence

Groot

Plantimals, aka ents. Probably gonna pass on this one.

The Blip

Energy entity that is a civilization 'saver' Figure out how a laser fire elemental can save a civ, when pic is said elemental ripping apart a tank

Goom

similar to titano-fauna, but sentient. Outcast from other exocultures that have drifted through space, growing in the manner of cosmozoans.

Orrgo

earth elemental type alien, hypertech, asinine, but advanced.

The source of some of the monsters can be the exiles from advanced cultures, corrupted individuals and such that were too dangerous to keep, and too hard to kill, so they were contained and fired off into space. They fall into a grey zone between larvae and outer gods, having sentience and power, but not the extinction level capabilities of erelim. Could also tap into the Aberrant vibe, where the exiles are all parapsychics who have hideously and irreparable mutated far beyond their original species.
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Fields of Challenge / Re: Freetext Friday
« Last post by Dragonlordmax on Today at 02:24:32 PM »
I like it!

But it's past time to move on. This week, it's Gonzo. Not the muppet, but rather the craziest, most ridiculously over-the-top stuff possible. Katana-wielding, Hitler-punching chimpanzee motorcyclists in SPAAAAACE!
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Nasty, carnivorous bookworms that can talk, but mostly in obscenities.
Nice! Thanx(I'm going to want to run the library for a MIN. of 5 weeks, so keep um coming!!!!
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Nasty, carnivorous bookworms that can talk, but mostly in obscenities.
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The Eight Legged Librarians

Superficially resembling driders, the ELL are the distant spawn of Atlach-Nacha, the Great Old Spider God. They have arachnid bodies, and use their mandibles as humans use their hands. Rather than having the upper torso of a drow, they have the head and partial torso of a human protruding from their thorax. This can be minimal, not much more than a face studded with too many eyes to the lurid, a lovely lass, breasts exposed, extruded from the chitinous carapace of a mottled brown and black spider. They are caretakers in some parts of the library, predators in other parts, and they create their webs not from silk, but from hints, scattered pages of musty tomes, and the promise of greater secrets in the next section of the library. The victim doesn't fall into an actual web until they are quite far from any sort of assistance, in a fallen and decrepit section of the library.
JUST THIS!!!!!!!
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The Eight Legged Librarians

Superficially resembling driders, the ELL are the distant spawn of Atlach-Nacha, the Great Old Spider God. They have arachnid bodies, and use their mandibles as humans use their hands. Rather than having the upper torso of a drow, they have the head and partial torso of a human protruding from their thorax. This can be minimal, not much more than a face studded with too many eyes to the lurid, a lovely lass, breasts exposed, extruded from the chitinous carapace of a mottled brown and black spider. They are caretakers in some parts of the library, predators in other parts, and they create their webs not from silk, but from hints, scattered pages of musty tomes, and the promise of greater secrets in the next section of the library. The victim doesn't fall into an actual web until they are quite far from any sort of assistance, in a fallen and decrepit section of the library.
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OOC, Starters and Questions / Re: The Vizier's Vengeance (Dungeon Keeper)
« Last post by EchoMirage on January 18, 2017, 12:59:03 PM »
 :huh:
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