Heroes Weekly, Vol. 1, Issue #6: Cerebra (PFRPG) PDF
Avalon Game Company
Each week Avalon Games offer a new issue of Heroes Weekly.
Packed full of great super hero fun, each issue will offer either a short adventure, an NPC or some game mechanics for the Heroes Wear Mask system. While compatible with the HWM system, you can of course use the information presented in each issue for other super hero games, just monkey around with the stats and mechanics to fit the system you are using.
This week we have a great NPC with a troubled past. Can your heroes help or will they have to hunt down the escaped Cerebra before she kills again. Comes with some great figure flats including some soldiers for your super games.
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