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Jason Nelson wrote:
Did these adventure plug ins just get swallowed by the Planet AP?
Jason Nelson wrote:
"any campaign world into the Legendary Planet-verse," but what does this mean?
Legendary Games doesn't have their own settings ... or do they?
Also remember that Simmons can read the Index. :)
Not at all.
But the way she was "calling herself a monster" implies that she feels that she is one because she cannot have children. This has to do with the scene with Banner in the farmhouse. (Note: calling herself a "monster" because of the evil deeds she is trying to atone for would have been quite different.)
Also, the scenes would have been FAR less damaging in a larger Black Widow movie, but in an AVENGERS film (where screentime is limited) this tends to stand out more.
That should tell you something about my order of preference.
Brother Fen wrote:
There are some interesting 3PP sci-fi/fantasy settings out there such as Between Chains and Starlight. The PDF is free from Onebookshelf.
Yes. Between Chains and Starlight is a wonderful setting. Now it just needs some more scenario support (or even an AP). :)
That seems unlikely. 1st you'd have to get meta-humans to agree on something... anything, and at their hearts they're still human. Sooooo unified isn't likely.
Actually, throwing them into underground prisons makes it very likely that the metahumans would agree on something.
Yes, their hearts are still human - and forming an Us against them mentality is a very human reaction. (This is why Humans fight so many wars.) Rounding up Metahumans and throwing them into prisons -as you suggested- would be the most likely (possibly the only) thing that would unify them.
The list is pretty minor when you think about just how restrictive most governments are about weapons in the hands of civilians. A super that can throw fire is functionally no different than a normal person equipped with a flame thrower... NO government would let some civilian wander around with a flame thrower. And Skye/Quake has the power of a mobile artillery cannon... I can see why people fear her. The list is a pretty tame response, most governments would lock people up who have powers they wouldn't bother with good or bad.
Unless, of course, S.H.I.E.L.D. might be concerned that doing so would cause a unified response from the meta-humans.
And that humans would lose - badly.
I keep forgetting the univeres in the show and the comics are different. The whole mutant problem in comics has been done to death and IMO just unrealistic with a world filled of superhumans. The show and movies are still relatively empty if netahumans at least at this time. I hope that Skye mom personality change is not a attempt to make the character in a female version of Magneto. That character as well forgot that despite mutants being powerful they are outnumbered. So I agree with Sharoth that peace or at least a cold war style of peace is the only viable option. If Shield does not nuke them. Then it's Hydra, Kree or other world governments IMO. Magneto colony of zgenosha only lasted as long as it did because it was protected by writers grace in the comics.
Doubtful. Jiaying's personality did not change.
After being tortured by Whitehall, she fears all humans. When Commander Gonzoles/Agent Skye/Dr. Zabo talked about the Index, it hit on her fears of Inhumans being persecuted. Watch the actions and dialog of "the Real S.H.I.E.L.D.", and Agent May, and you will see just how valid her fear is.
So, her reaction to S.H.I.E.L.D. may be extreme, but I can see where she is coming from.
Of course, that leads to
... where did Fury - without S.H.I.E.L.D. resources - hide the Helicarrier?
David knott 242 wrote:
None of them felt like a good fit (i.e., no Kyton or Shadow), but I could use Devil (since that is what Kytons where in 3.5).
Using the existing "Subtypes" available how would one replicate the the Shadow Caller (Fetchling racial archtype) summoner.
For the summoning abilities, leave it unchanged.
The Eidolon is the problem. None of the available subtypes seem like a good fit.
Note: this is for an NPC villain.
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
I have heard that Kobolds are considered too powerful for PC use. Is that plausible to you?
David Montgomery wrote:
Try an Agathion
In fairness, they do need to ad some more subtypes. :)
Actually, if the role-playing leap is too hard, try going with a Daemon as you base type.
True. Phil Coulson did not exist before the first Iron Man movie.
Matthew Morris wrote:
I do not agree.
Commander Gonzoles is still wrong. By keeping things "off the books" he kept that information out of HYDRA's hands - else Coulson would have nothing to rebuild with.
And the "Theta Protocol" may well originate after The Winter Soldier, coming from Coulson's mind rather then Fury's.
It's used as a symbol representing the mutation rate in a population.
This is likely the intended meaning.
For contract reasons, they cannot say "mutation" so they needed another way to describe the "enchanced."
So "Theta Protocol" is a plan to deal with the rapidly increasing numbers of the gifted.
Lord Snow wrote:
... Hence my comment above about Joss Whedon's "hissy fit".
(e.g.: We know they would never kill Captain America, but it breaks immersion when he is barely inconvenienced by stuff that should kill him)
Proposition: Whedon put the infamous "Untron shooting Captain America" as a kind of temper tantrum because he was not allowed to kill any of the major characters.
Neil Spicer wrote:
I believe Jason has something in mind (and hence, production) for that. Should be coming up for release soon.
Question: Mr. Spicer, since you provided scaling information to go from the 20 build used to a 15 point build, do you have any thoughts on how to scale up to a 25 point build?
Or do you wish to leave that to the purchaser (or better, give the player(s) the opportunity to further customize the heroes)?
Brox RedGloves wrote:
Which leads to ... the plot of Avengers 2.
Or ... it could mean an internal debate is still ongoing.
Don't try to read too much into what is going on.
Any updates on these?
captain yesterday wrote:
All of them :-)
Not sure I completely agree there.
I was thinking more along the lines of what areas have not been the setting for an AP yet.
In my order of preference
That's true. Protean would work well for this.