From the Fatal Fury and the The King of Fighters brawling video games.
As of October of 2021, overhauled her History and fixed a typo in her stats.
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A cartouche is the royal nameplate or seal that was used by all ancient Egyptian pharaohs as a powerful amulet of protection for all eternity. This timeless treasure is hand-made at the bazaar of Khan el Khalili in the heart of old Cairo, Egypt.
Writeups.org is an encyclopaedia of characters in genre fiction — super-hero comic books, video games, action movies, etc. It offers illustrated, researched profiles. These also include technical data for role-players. If you need a robust understanding of a character’s abilities, personality, history, etc. this is *the* place to be.
A cheesy 1983 character who can summon stuff from arcade video games. Like, Pac Man or Space Invaders. Yes, really.
As of October of 2021, this profile was entirely redone and thoroughly updated. Basically, it ate all the ghosts.
Marvel Comics’ Modred the Mystic, a time-tossed Arthurian magician.
This is the first chapter of his profile and covers his early appearances, back when he was meant to be an occult super-hero.
As of October of 2021, this profile received a mystical round of mystical improvements, plus Mysticants & Mystic Minds game stats.
What it says on the tin. A page with links to all the new DC Heroes RPG rules document on writeups.org, listed in order so you can find what you need.
As of October of 2021, added Adam’s Index of Powers and Skills.
Writeups.Org’s repository of new and modified powers for the DC Heroes RPG. Which means there’s a lot of stuff, (almost) all of which was necessary to model published characters.
— Extrasensory Perception.
— Digging (Tunnelling Only) (Packaged Limitation).
— Energy Control.
— Damage Capacity (clarified and expanded).
— Tesseracts Only (packaged Limitation for Dimension Travel).
— Gliding (Air Currents Bonus).
— Aura of Pain.
— Claws and EV (pricing discussion).
— Consumables-based Recovery for Damage Capacity.
— No Transfer Limitation for Data Storage.
— Grappling Immunity.
— Air Control (Expanding the “buffeting” application).
Also, the article was cleft in two in April of 2017 because it was just too large.
Silver Age mob enforcer in cat-themed light power armour.
As of March of 2020, this profile was redone from tail to whiskers as we overhaul our Ani-Men material.
As of September of 2021, added Mutants & Masterminds stats.
Mercenary assassin, exceedingly Texan lasso expert.
As of September of 2021, y’all, we’ve improved ’em illustrations. And added M&M stats that sure got some snap in their garters.
One of the proto-Serpent Society guys, who were pretty cool. Bio-engineered into a a venomous killer.
As of September of 2021, this entry received extensive cyber-surgery and is now far deadlier.
One of the Grapplers superhuman lady wrestlers, and perhaps the most inclined toward crime.
As of March of 2020, this entry received Wrestlant and Wrestlerminds game stats, some copy editing, and illustrations upgrades.
As of September of 2021, was entirely redone as we overhauled our Grapplers material.
A paramilitary officer and hand-to-hand killer from the King of Fighters brawling video games.
As of January of 2018, this profile was overhauled. And as of September of 2021, there was a further touch-up because we value discipline and esprit de corps.
This profile covers Jack Kirby’s Atlas sole 1970s appearance, in First Issue Special.
Atlas was an heroic fantasy noble, benign super-strongman. He had potential, really.
As of September of 2021, this entry received an editing pass, better illustrations, and brawny Mutants & Masterminds stats.
This is the first profile for Melissa Gold. It covers her early career as Screaming Mimi before she became Songbird of the Thunderbolts.
As of April of 2020, the text and pictures have been autotuned and we’ve remixed M&M stats in.
As of September of 2021, another round of polish. And the profile was enshortened now that the material in the Grapplers articles cover much of that ground.
A discussion of the dice probabilities in the DC Heroes RPG (2d10, reroll-and-add on a double). Explanations, graphs, computer simulations, etc..
As of September 2021, added another take about exploding double chains, and how to gauge the odds of ’em happening.
An evil Superman type from another reality. This is the 1964 version, not the Grant Morrison one.
He gains super-powers from touching Kryptonite ! OMG !
As of August of 2021, we’ve revised our modelisation of said ultra-bemusing ability.
A Weapons Locker about small melee weapon (knives, tonfa, batons, hatchets, etc.). Lots of photos and videos. Dual-statted for DC Heroes and Mutants & Masterminds.
As of September of 2017, this has been upgraded to include new style DCH stats as well as the old style.
As of September of 2021, did a number of tweaks – primarily in the small weapons articles, plus the quarterstaff in the heavy ones.
A dour ronin revenge killer in a techno-medieval future Japan. But Black and with a blunt and an afro. It’s a thing.
As of August of 2021, this profile was cut down in a single fast-draw strike, then entirely redone.
A Man-Beast servant and Adam Warlock enemy, Triax was one of the High Evolutionary’s new men. Specifically an uplifted warthog.
As of August of 2021, this entry received visual and textual polish, plus Mutants & Masterminds stats.