DC Heroes RPG: Don't Ask!
Mayfair Games(based on 1 rating)
Warning!! Gamesmasters: This is not a normal module. Expect bizarre silliness.
From story synopsis:
Strange things are happening.
Lex Luthor, arch-villain and super-genius, announces toi the heroes that he is about to take control of Time and Space and that there's nothing they can do about it.
Suddenly, Ambush Bug, idiot and hopeful hero, pops into the heroes' headquarters babbling about the adventures that the heroes are about to experience.
The weird thing is that he's talking about the battle in the past tense...as if it already happened.
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