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HustlerOne wrote: I'll check up on Mayfair's builds and the ComicVine website then. X'hal interests me because she does remind me of Phoenix but mprisoned until some hapless fool frees her in my DC campaign. Here's hoping X'Hal, Maxima, and the Female Furies
shows up in the DC universe book.
Cobalt wrote:For a quick and dirty, I think I'd use Taliesens Phoenix build (PL 18, which is coincidental, I would have put her at spectre level)..
She always reminded me of Phoenix in the few appearances I remember.. Also, I'm pretty sure Mayfair statted her up many years ago.
Mr Mole wrote:Yes, X'Hal appeared in Mayfair's The Atlas of the DC Universe on page 129. There's she's written up as a (very roughly) Superman-level character... Slightly inferior in some basic stats, but more powerful in her more exotic abilities.
X'Hal has definite similarities to Phoenix... Both having a history as sympathetic women, driven insane by cosmic power, who used said power to destroy worlds... So there's that...
I'll have to stat her up from Mayfair, maybe using Superman for a reference point, and see what I come up with...
BARON wrote:I'm talking batgirl with batgirl. I love you internet.
greycrusader wrote:Steve Kenson has stated the book is in final layout, which means DC Edit approves from there. I'm hoping it debuts before April of next year, the sooner the better really.
Lady Quark may or may not make the final cut. Still in the hands of both GR and DC editorial, largely dependent on final page count. The future DCU section features a couple powerful female LSH foes, too.
All my best.
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