Misfits & Menaces: Mixed Villains (M&M Superlink) PDF
Misfits and Menaces is a new sourcebook series for the M&M Superlink rules. Each offering will focus on a number of villains and/or one or more villainous organization that may be inserted into most super-heroic campaigns with little effort. Each villain/organization not only comes with full game statistics and back story, but also with several adventure ideas to help introduce the character into your game.
Inside this first issue you’ll find our Metahuman Threat Scale, a system used by law enforcement agencies for defining the degree of danger posed by a super-being, along with details for the following:
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