It must be hard being a comic book super hero. Having to keep a dedicated diary just to keep track of your own backstory. This Saturday we’d like suggestions of advantages for the following origin paths: Animal, Clown and Wealth.
Get in, get the backstory, get out. Would be nice if there was a supermarket of ideas you could go to. For this week, we’d like some suggestions for Chivalric Knight, Chi and Robot. Image Credit – Usefulness Expired by
Readers, Gamers, People on the Street; suggest to me your adjectives, advantages and talents. For this week, we’d like some suggestions for Super Soldier Program, Industrial Accident and Flora Image Credit – Industry Never Sleeps by aguycalleddennis – CC-BY-2.0
Backstory. Without it characters lack a core part of their personality. Our personal history influences almost every choice and reaction we make. Just having super powers isn’t enough. For this week, we’d like some suggestions for Elven, From the Future
Friday evening’s 6d6 Thinktank was the soft launch of the new setting for the 6d6 RPG. In 6d6 Supers, the players immerse themselves in a world of comic book heroes and villains. As with 6d6 Modern, 6d6 Supers will be a
All stories have to start somewhere. For superheroes, what comes before they get their powers is prologue, a background that influences them, but does not define them. How they got these powers, the origin of their super powers, forms the