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Special Supplement 4: Rescue Ops
Publisher: Mongoose
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/14/2014 07:11:18
Not everyone earns their keep in the spacelanes... and even those of you who do may have done something else before venturing into the black. This supplement looks at the 'emergency services' and at the sort of roles needed for disaster recovery and rescue operations - useful skills and talents, and who knows, maybe your crew will be the first on the scene at some accident or incident and need to step in to render aid.

First up, there are two complete careers that may be used during character generation: Healer and Rescuer. The Healer provides a broad overview of the core medical professions of doctor and nurse, although the only distinction between the two is one's EDU stat, if it's 12+ you are a doctor - no requirement to attend medical or nursing school! The various events and mishaps available for use as you roll up your character are drafted with a good eye to the sort of things that someone in the medical trades might encounter.

The Rescuer is a general purpose and practical career that models the life of a member of a 'Fire and Rescue' service of the far future. It includes a specialisation in space rescue that could be a useful precursor to a spacing/adventuring career - indeed, it's easy to imagine a whole campaign being developed around the exploits of a space rescue team! Those specialising in ground rescue are indeed firefighters, more hi-tech perhaps but similar to the brave men and women who perform that service today. Again the events and mishaps are thoughtful and well-matched to the career.

The careers are followed by a discussion of rescue operations in general, and should provide plenty of background and ideas - for the 'war stories' your character might tell about his past or adventure ideas to include in your game. The author is himself a retired firefighter so as you can imagine the commentry on fire fighting is accurate and realistic, yet as a Traveller writer he also makes appropriate remarks about how future technology might make rescue work different from what it is today. Space accidents, natural disasters, contagions - plenty of situations here where rescue workers (and healers) may well be needed.

And that's before we get to the section on rescue adventures and campaigns! For example, how about setting up an emergency management company? Operating in a manner akin to a mercenary company, this outfit could travel around offering advice and training - and of course, showing off their own skills in appropriate situations - to those worlds or settlements who are struggling to organise and provide for themselves. As noted above, either Healer or Rescuer careers could provide a useful precursor to a standard Traveller adventuring career, or with small modification, either career could be treated as part of a military service - the military generally have their own medics and some form of rescue service, just about all you need to do is change the rank names to suit your chosen branch of the armed forces.

Next comes the tools of the trade, including a form of Battle Dress modified for firefighting, assorted drones and more. This finishes with some emergency vehicles suited to various situations.

A useful addition to the game, with interesting concepts that ought to come in useful.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
Special Supplement 4: Rescue Ops
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Operation: Burning Presidents
Publisher: DwD Studios
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/10/2014 10:23:46
This is a classic adventure for federal agents operating within the continental US: a missing agent, a drug facilitiy and a bunch of militia who have uses other than fertilising their land for ammonium nitrate. Yet it is filled with twists, little nuggets and extra options that take it out of a one-liner in your plot notebook to be a full-blown scenario in its own right.

There are nice clear maps of important locations, with GM and player versions; stat blocks for everyone they will encounter, and assorted suggestions and different options to enable you to cope with whatever the party decides to do.

It is straightforward enough to play in a single session with minimal GM preparation required - just reading it through would suffice - and yet ends up with, should the characters be successful, with that warm feeling that results from having saved the world, again.

Neat, complete, just the thing to keep to hand for when you need a game and don't have time to prepare it, or use as a side-adventure within a more plot-driven campaign.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Operation: Burning Presidents
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Heroic Maps - Geomorphs: Village Stores
Publisher: Heroic Maps
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/10/2014 07:22:49
A beautiful and versatile mapset that should prove useful whenever the party wishes to interact with the inhabitants of the typical small village.

First are four 'overview' sheets - full page ones, no less - that give an idea of the overall scope of the stores presented, followed by larger sheets that can be combined to create a layout suitable for miniatures use. Full scale single sheet versions, for those who have access to facilities to print them entire or who are using virtual tabletop software, are also provided.

The stores are an apothecary, a blacksmith, a tavern and a general store - this last comes with a small cottage, complete with a garden, across the road.

The apothecary is a large single room building with workshelves around the walls, a bookcase and a table/counter where customers can be served. It would suit any store purveying small delicate items - magic items, potions, even jewellry - if preferred to someone dispensing healing herbs and remedies.

The blacksmith's shop includes an open forge complete with anvil as well as a room with a counter where weapons and other implements can be sold and further back rooms that could be used as storage or living space for the blacksmith.

The tavern is quite small, but well laid out. The main tap room has a bar and a fireplace, part of a double chimney that also serves a more cosy back room - suitable for those quiet chats. Behind the bar is a store room complete with barrels and even a kitchen area with its own fireplace and food preparation area.

Finally, the general store can be used pretty much as you like, with a large room complete with counter and steps down to a half-cellar storage area. The items on display suggest it's a food shop, but it could be repurposed quite easily.

The art is delightfully clear and crisp, and uniform in style with other mapsets from this publisher, making it easy to link several sets together seamlessly, which is also aided by the geomorphic design.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Public Enemy: Lord Foulwind
Publisher: Bloodstone Press
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/09/2014 10:22:41
Making for a fun and original opponent for your superheroes, Lord Foulwind is a troll trapped here after finding a means to open a portal from, well, whatever fantasy world he came from. Capable of magic use as well as having normal troll capabilities like regeneration, he's smart enough to make a formidable foe.

There's plenty of background to help you bring him to (smelly) life, as well as several plot hooks to bring him into the action; and of course a full stat block to take care of the mechanics.

Lots of little touches make Lord Foulwind a bit more than just a classic fantasy monster dumped into a superpowered world, he has his place and his plans... and it's up to your party to deal with him before he makes even more of a problem of himself than he has already! A nice interpretation.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
Public Enemy: Lord Foulwind
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100 Noble Titles
Publisher: Lee's Lists
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/08/2014 12:07:23
Nothing like a fancy title to gain respect... and it's a cheap way for the local authorities to reward characters that have done them a service!

It's quite a mixed bag of titles, and you will have to decide for themselves any hierarchy... does a Morza rank above a Sawai? I don't know, but if they are both used in your campaign world you will need to know who is the superior even if it is only for trivial reasons like arranging the seating plan for dinner.

If you are curious, a Morza is a princely title in Tartar lands whilst Sawai is a title of Indian origins meaning someone worth one and one-quarter of an ordinary man in Sanskrit... most holders were rulers and so it is possible that a Sawai ranks above a Morza, but only just. But that's the real world - in your alternate reality, your word is law.

It's a little bit of fun, especially if you are bored with Barons and Princes...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
100 Noble Titles
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Theater of the Mind Magazine - Issue #5
Publisher: Critical Hit Publishing
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/08/2014 08:59:14
If you like to think about what happens around your gaming table, if you are interested in creating a vivid shared alternate reality, this magazine is worth a look...

This issue is centred on the concept of 'Parlay' - the discussions that can take place before or during a game, in it or out of it. Articles cover Player Agency: letting players determine details for themselves within certain boundaries determined by common sense. One example used is a bar room brawl - a player could determine that there are bottles behind the bar to be grabbed as improvised weapons without checking with the GM, but it wouldn't be reasonable to assume they could find a large mace or an assault rifle there.

There's a long article on the social contract that exists - even if you haven't realised it - within a gaming group, and in particular governing the relationship between the GM and all the other players. Round here, all of us play and all of us GM, and these lines are pretty blurred... but in the groups I play with online, particularly the ones I GM, the other players defer to their GM, treat him or her as someone apart, in a manner I find a bit surprising. This article explores the roles and responsibilities of all parties and is quite fascinating.

To balance this fairly GM-centric article there's another one called The Player's Role. This reverts to the idea in the first article, of players having agency, and develops it further in light of the social contract already discussed to look at ways of getting players more involved and making the game a truly SHARED storytelling experience, rather than one narrated by the GM with minimal player input. A follow-up article looks more closely at the overlap between player and GM roles in two areas: narrative and system. Again, plenty of food for thought here.

There are a few other bits and bobs: fiction, a couple of reviews, and even a short piece about involving youngsters in role-playing by the use of online games when you cannot find children of a similar age to your own who want to play face to face.

Thoughtful, philosophical yet directly applicable to your gaming experience - definitely worth a read.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Theater of the Mind Magazine - Issue #5
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VA1 Valley of the Five Fires
Publisher: New Big Dragon Games Unlimited
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/07/2014 09:33:37
This is not an adventure - it's a whole setting, inspired by the historical Mongols and Cossacks, nomadic peoples of open grasslands. Within this setting, as a native or as a visitor, much adventure is to be found; but whilst there is a complete adventure and several other ideas here, the main part of the book talks of the peoples and places to be found here, their history and customs, and the lay of their lands.

There are five tribes (originally four but one divided) scattered across the grasslands, each with their own distinctive style although the nomadic nature of their lives imposes much commonality as well. They live in tents, and are circumscribed by many customs and rituals. There are only a couple of permanent settlements.

A new class, the Shaman, is presented: this has two sides, the Black Shaman and the White one. Black Shamans are warrior-priests who use martial prowess and discipline to combat evil (or their tribe's enemies), and serve as advisors to clan leadership. White Shamans are men of peace, working in harmony with nature and people. New spells and abilities are provided for Shamans as well.

There's also a section on typical armour and weapons of the steppes. These are the ones natives will be familiar with, and probably the only ones that outsiders can obtain whilst here.

Notable NPCs are listed, with copious background to facilitate playing them. There are pre-generated generic NPCs too, and a bestiary-full of the creatures of the steppes. This section rounds off with wandering monster tables.

Then we come to the actual adventure, The Quest for the Luuzhin Coins. These legendary coins have been lost for ages, and so the quest is suitable for both characters native to the steppes and visiting characters. If they need any encouragement, several hooks are provided to gain their interest in the quest. Of course, this does involve entering the Valley of the Five Fires, which is of course forbidden territory to both natives and outsiders! Once there, there is plenty to explore and do, and maybe those elusive coins to find.

If that's not enough, a wealth of additional adventures are provided mostly as outlines, seeds and places to visit, including caves and local religious structures called stupas to explore. One of each is detailed in full, as well as suggestions for other like adventures. A few tombs and lairs, and some general encounters end the adventure section (and the book).

Overall this is a very flavoursome and exciting place to visit, with a distinct feel of its own and plenty for the party to do. The whole air is very much 'sandbox' - there is no set path for the characters to follow, yet they will be challenged at every turn with interesting encounters and locations.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
VA1 Valley of the Five Fires
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Village Backdrop: Riverburg
Publisher: Raging Swan Press
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/06/2014 10:31:13
At the confluence of three rivers, some wise fellow established an inn called the Singing Bargemen where those who ply their trade on the rivers could quench their thirst. Around this inn a village has grown up, built on pilings driven into the slowly-flowing muddy river, preferable to the thickly forested shore. It's home to river guides and others who earn their keep on the water, not a rich place but for them it's home, and for others a welcome stop on their journey.

The village is described in detail, with rumours and personalities and details of the various buildings in the complex. As well as the inn, there is a Rivermen's Guildhall, a temple to the river god, a marketplace and a handful of private homes. Oh, and an, ahem, house of ill repute for those whose need for refreshment takes other directions than a few pints of ale. The sole access to shore is guarded - it's far easier to approach the village by water.

The village survives on fishing and hunting in the forest, and on passing trade from people travelling up and down the rivers. Some come to visit nearby caves which are rumoured to contain treasure. Oh, and pirates are said to lurk in the forest.

A few random events to liven the party's visit and details of a couple of notable residents round out this work, a small and likely disregarded little place that makes a handy stop if your plotline takes the characters along the river (or even loses them in the woods!).

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Thanks very much for the review, Megan. It\'s jolly decent of you and I\'m glad you enjoyed Village Backdrop: Riverburg!
Trapped
Publisher: Vas Quas Editrice
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/06/2014 10:01:50
A strange and rather disturbing story game that covers a conversation between a person trapped in a coma and an 'angel' that has come to visit, for good or for ill.

The person playing the Angel chooses whether they are good or evil, leading the comatose individual to salvation or damnation. Through three stages 'scenes' where the Angel describes a situation and the comatose person can ask questions, the comatose one has to decide if they wish, in the final scene, to follow the Angel. Only then does the Angel reveal where they are going.

The mechanics are neat and easy to understand, and feel less contrived than many story games. The game is played in a darkened room, with the Angel using a torch to signal scene changes. The comatose individual can demand a truthful answer of the Angel just once, by playing some music. Otherwise the Angel decides, within certain boundaries, which scenes will be handled truthfully and in which ones they will lie. It's translated from Italian, and occasionally the English is a bit clunky, but nothing that renders it unintelligible.

The disturbing element is that this explores the feelings and fears of someone trapped in a comatose state. Those who know someone in this situation may find this traumatic... or even theraputic if they are struggling to articulate how they feel. Hence if you do know a coma patient, think carefully before deciding to play this game (whichever role you are going to play).

Thought-provoking, and intended to be, if you enjoy pyschological story games this is worth a look.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Perilous Journey #15: Mission Alpha
Publisher: Mystical Throne Entertainment
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/04/2014 11:54:03
The title of Perilous Journey #15 is a little misleading, this is the opening adventure in a new campaign set in the Hastilion Expanse, and expected to last for some 14 episodes... so don't get confused. The introduction attempts to reduce the confusion, explaining how the campaign is constructed to use the Savage Worlds ruleset, and Mystical Throne Entertainment's Mercenary Breed setting.

The basic premise of the campaign is telling the stories of an expansion into a new area of space, the Hastilion Expanse. Naturally, many corporations are eyeing up the opportunities, and there's the potential for many a fortune to be made. The characters will be hired - as mercenaries - to facilitate the plans of one such corporation, Drake Mining and Manufacturing... and the adventures begin.

Mission Alpha actually comprises three missions, which may be run in any order. They involve the party in various activities on behalf of Drake M&M - anything from diplomacy to more 'traditional' mercenary activities - as well as introducing them to some of the major players in the corporation and the murky world of corporation politics! This ensures plenty of activity that should keep the players entertained whether they prefer brawling or intrigue, or a bit of both.

Both the introductory sequence and the actual mission locations are well described with plenty of atmospheric detail that makes them come alive in the shared alternate reality that is your game. The neat thing is each of the missions would rate as a full adventure in most people's books - there really is a lot going on, and a vast amount to do. Although the adventures are quite open in structure, suiting the GM who likes to run with an outline of what's to take place, there is plenty and enough detail so that you are not left wondering how to respond to character actions.

As well as the actual missions, there are 'travelling encounters' that may be run when the party is in transit - interplanetary travel is quite slow and whilst it is OK for the characters to be bored, it is a good idea to keep the players entertained. There is also a Bestiary which covers any alien creatures mentioned in the adventure text, but which of course are available for use anywhere appropriate as well, and background notes on the Hastilion Expanse (it is suggested that you allow players to read these notes, most of this is general knowledge as far as the characters are concerned). For those interested in new character options, some are presented - you might want to make these available during character creation as there are three new xeno templates that would fit in quite well with this campaign. One is of a native species that will be encountered, you may prefer to hold that back against needing a replacement character when on their world, however. Notes are also provided about the corporate benefits available to loyal employees of Drake; and finally there's a bit of scene-setting fiction. Again, you may share this with the players, it doesn't give away any plot.

Whilst the material refers to the characters as 'mercenaries' I think they are more like 'corporate troubleshooters' in the nature of the work they are being asked to do. This has all the potential to develop into a truly epic campaign that will live on in a group's memory for years...

All I need now is some players!

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
Perilous Journey #15: Mission Alpha
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Mutant Chronicles 3rd Edition FREE Open Beta
Publisher: Modiphius
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/03/2014 09:12:20
Wondering what the much-vaunted Mutant Chronicles 3rd Edition will be like? Never heard of Mutant Chronciles before? Pick this up and your questions will be answered and your appetite whetted for more.

Starting with an excellent thumb-nail sketch of what a 'dieselpunk techno-fantasy game is in the first place, there is a whistle-stop tour of the overall concept - a dystopian future in which Earth is well-nigh abandoned, humanity has colonised most of the rest of the solar system and are slowly realising that squabbling amongst themselves is not a good idea when you've got the awful power of the Dark Symmetry breathing down your neck - the timelines that will be explored in the new game and a primer detailing the major factions, mostly corporate nation states and a few other organisations. Then there is the setting itself: the main location being Luna City, that sprawls over a good half of Earth's Moon, along with the inner and outer portions of the solar system.

Scene set, it's time to dive right into a summary of the ruleset sufficient to let you have a go at the scenario that forms the bulk of this document. Basically each character has eight attributes, used to provide a target to roll under to accomplish a task. If the character has an appropriate skill, the number of ranks in that skill are added to the relevant attribute to form the target number. The roll, by the way, is made on 2d20, but each die counts separately giving an indication of how well he has done at his attempt. A natural 20 introduces a complication, even if the character has managed to do whatever he was trying to do; but if the result is a failure including a natural 20, that failure becomes critical! There's a bit more to it, of course, but this is the gist of it.

Initiative, turn order, combat actions, damage, wounds and healing are all dealt with before we come to a section on Weapons, Equipment and Gear. Oh, and due to the nature of the threats characters face, there's a piece on Mental Strain and Madness. There is then some information for budding GMs on how this game works, and then we get to the adventure, Straffar Gatan 39, in which the characters are cast as detectives in the Luna City PD answering an emergency call. Four suitable pre-generated characters are provided, and the scenario links in to an adventure that is in the pipeline, as well as beeing well-seeded with potential threads you can explore in your own adventures.

This is a game in which dark foreboding, tension and paranoia form a backdrop against which characters fight dark forces and (hopefully) save the day.... at least, until the next time. If this sort of weirdness appeals, dark near futures with things crawling out of the woodwork, madness lurking around the corner and a mish-mash of technolgocial advances and ancient knowledge, come try this out... and start getting excited about the release of the game in August 2014.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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The Many Deaths of Edward Bigsby
Publisher: YSDC
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 03/01/2014 10:45:06
A most remarkable and strange adventure. Now, someone turning up on the investigators' doorstep and asking for help is quite normal. Even the poor fellow dropping dead before he manages to explain his problem is not completely out of the ordinary... but when what appear to be duplicate corpses start turning up all over town, then you KNOW something weird is going on!

Oh. All of the corpses have the party's address in their pocket. Just the thing to send nosy police officers round to visit.

This is a fast-moving rapidly escalating adventure that should keep the party on their toes. The book opens by revealing what is actually happening, and how it could so easily lead to Things That Should Not Be did the characters fail to deal with the problem. All the notes are laid out well, with clear indications of which skills might reveal the clues if the right questions are asked and the characters look in the right places: good use of the GUMSHOE rules mechanics that underpin Trail of Cthulhu. There's plenty of advice on how to deal with potential character actions too, as well as some gloriously atmospheric notes on the seedier parts of Soho in London, where the adventure is located.

The characters will have the opportunity to explore much of the underbelly of London as they chase down the plethora of clues provided. There's plenty for them to do - and plenty of potential contacts for them to make, should they ever be here again. It creates a good alternate reality, with lots going on apart from the matter the characters are investigating, yet keeping the current investigation firmly in centre stage. There is an end-note linking locations and other material in this adventure to the Trail of Cthulhu product Bookhounds of London, although you don't need to have it to make the most of this work.

This is an exciting and potentially deadly adventure that should keep the characters on their toes throughout.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Lost Spells of Canthar - 10 Necromancies
Publisher: Lost Spheres Publishing
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 02/28/2014 09:59:09
This is a neat selection of ten new spells from the School of Necromancy. The underlying story is of a lost ancient realn, Canthar, that was noted for the talents of its sorcerers... apparently in real life, this is a feature of the author's own campaign world, and it is a place where the brave and curious can discover new magicks. Now we too can share in them!

As befits necromantic spells, most of these are quite nasty. Some may even do harm to your alignment if you have aspirations to be good! Depending on the campaign, the GM may prefer to limit these - at least until a spellbook is found - to NPC necromancers.

One really nasty spell is Enfeeble - this reduces the target's strength and dexterity to such an extent that they can barely carry anything or even move, and requires significant healing magic to restore their abilities. Some of the spells enable the caster to either take over the body of an undead creature or to utilise its senses; while others create fear effects in their targets.

After reading this, you'll likely conclude that necromancers aren't very nice people... but you will also realise how potent they can be. A nice collection for your ever-growing spellbook.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Modern Ruins 4
Publisher: DramaScape
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 02/28/2014 08:55:55
If poking around long-ruined urban buildings is part of your story, this mapset provides a derelict city block to root around in. Don't be fooled by the quite complex-looking ruin on the front cover, the actual building is quite simple.

A nice point is that the roof has fallen in, so you have a clear view of the internal layout, as well as some stairways leading down into cellars or other depths below. There's also what appears to be a lift shaft and stairs that once led upwards.

The roads around show evidence of long-term neglect, overgrown and cracked.

A somewhat strange suggestion involving subterranean ants is provided as an adventure seed; but an investigation of a long-ago incident or some post-apocalyptic scavenging seems a more likely use for this map.

As always, there's an A4 overview map and a series of maps with hex, square and no grids for miniatures use. There's also a huge JPEG image for those who have access to professional print facilities or who use a virtual table top for their gaming.

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[4 of 5 Stars!]
Modern Ruins 4
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Poprock - AoV Solo (M&M3e)
Publisher: Xion Studios
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 02/27/2014 12:25:02
Most people regard vengeance as a dish best tasted cold... not Poprock, born of an angry young girl burning to avenge her father's murder. Her main power is the ability to unleash the energy contained in items when she throws them - she carries a whole bunch of ballbearings for the purpose - backed up with an extreme talent at the martial art of capoiera. Her general athleticism also makes her good at parkour. Quite a heady mix for a budding super-powered character!

The backstory gives involvement with known supervillains, who helped her identify and harness her powers, but given other associates she could as easily be a superhero instead. As a teenager, she'd also fit well into any game involving young superpowered individuals.

This is a well-constructed character with plenty of potential however you decide to use her.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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