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Misfits & Menaces: Archenemies (M&M Superlink) PDF

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Misfits & Menaces is a sourcebook series for the M&M Superlink rules. Each offering focuses on a number of villains and/or one or more villainous organizations that may be inserted into most super-heroic campaigns with little effort. Archenemies presents villains designed to be recurring foes in your game, thanks to their far-reaching plans and goals.

    Inside this issue you’ll find details for the following:
  • Adversary, an A.E.G.I.S. creation designed to combat metahumans for the government, but now out of control and off the leash
  • Autocrat, an exoskeleton-wearing, former weapons designer who sees the world as a giant social machine in desperate need of repair, whether it wants it or not
  • Dagon, ruler of the deep ones, high-priest of Cthulhu, and all-around badass
  • Faust, an immortal alchemist and magician on the run from Hell who is willing to do anything to set his soul free, no matter what it may cost others
  • Gaia, out of control environmentalist who will turn the world against mankind as readily as humanity turned against Mother Earth
  • Hiroshima, a villain born of nuclear fire who is willing to use the same means to return Japan to its former glory and position in global standing
  • Mordred, the reincarnation of King Arthur’s illegitimate son; he seeks to take everything from his father and claim Britain’s crown for his own within a new revival of the monarchy (see Do-Gooders & Daredevils: Champions for more details)
  • Morgan Le Fay, fairy queen and King Arthur’s half sister; she and her monstrous creations, the Fay’nabolg, seek to return Great Britain to the fairy kingdom that once ruled it—with her at the helm, of course (see Do-Gooders & Daredevils: Champions for more details)
  • Mortus, ruler of the undead, who plots from his dimension of the undying to transform Earth into a wasteland of creatures trapped forever between life and what may be found beyond
  • System, master of the mechanical, who wants to tear down society and rebuild it by using its own reliance upon high technology against it.

This hyperlinked and bookmarked PDF includes a print-friendly version and makes use of game mechanics appearing in Better Mousetrap and Misfits & Menaces: DOOM, also available from Misfit Studios.

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