Monday, September 15, 2014
(After playing the original Superworld Scenario “The Bank Job” with Briant Davis, Aaron Scott, Kyle Matheson, Logan Scott, Bo Lewis, John Forney, Tabitha Harris, Caitlin Blackmon, James Brown, and James Dixon Sunday from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.)
In the fall of 2014, it was thought that Charlotte, N.C., had a new superhero or villain: police were not yet sure which. Allegedly, someone had been making sculptures out of the native materials in the city:
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Wild Spirit, Protean, and Ajax were taken downtown to the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Station where they were each questioned by a sergeant, a captain, and even the chief of police. The city district attorney also arrived to talk to them about what had happened in the bank. They learned that Arclight was there as well. He had taken the teller to the hospital but the doctors had not been able to save her. When the doctors called the police about
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
(After playing the Teenagers from Outer Space Scenario “Enter the Drag Race” Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. with Kimber Nissa Campbell, James Brown, John Forney, and Bo Lewis.)
In the 1980s, aliens invaded the earth. Their goal wasn’t to take over the planet or destroy mankind. Rather, they wanted better educations for their children. They enrolled their kids in our schools; shopped in our shopping malls; hung out in our fast food joints.
Originally Posted by nijineko
hmmmm, i would have to say that my current "favorites", which to me means the ones i'd currently play first if given my choice of any of my wide array of favorite characters, are either Meo of Golden Valley, or Path of Ursailia and Prii the Twice-Forsaken.
Meo is a druidicly-trained lad who through streneous application of himself, learned how to shapechange without becoming a druid or learning any magic at all, arcane or divine. (and legally to boot!) He and his mentor
Monday, August 25, 2014
(After running the Superworld scenario “The Deadly Devices of Doctor Dread” with James Williams, Bo Lewis, Aaron Scott, Logan Scott, John Forney, Nissa Campbell, and Caitlin Blackmon on Sunday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.)
It was during World War II that super-humans started to appear on the Earth. No one knew why men and women suddenly started developing strange and unusual powers, be they based on magic, machines, mutations, or even just the mastery