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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Voltron64 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:07 pm

So Charles just remind me again, Dark Sun dresses like Trinity circa The Matrix: Reloaded and wields an enchanted katana that used to belong to Mr. Arcane?
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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Charles Phipps » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:10 pm

Voltron64 wrote:So Charles just remind me again, Dark Sun dresses like Trinity circa The Matrix: Reloaded and wields an enchanted katana that used to belong to Mr. Arcane?


Jiang (Chinese longsword ala Crouching Tiger) but she calls it a katana.

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I like to think of her as Lucy Liu as the Black Widow.

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Voltron64 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:14 pm

Charles Phipps wrote:
Voltron64 wrote:So Charles just remind me again, Dark Sun dresses like Trinity circa The Matrix: Reloaded and wields an enchanted katana that used to belong to Mr. Arcane?


Jiang (Chinese longsword ala Crouching Tiger) but she calls it a katana.

:-)

I like to think of her as Lucy Liu as the Black Widow.


I was gonna go with Jamie Chung, personally.
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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Voltron64 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:32 pm

Also just to make things clear for anybody who's asking, yes, Blue Wasp is a Power Bottom.

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Charles Phipps » Mon Oct 28, 2013 2:44 am

Hell Dragon and Dark Sun adventure together on Middle-Zoth!

*warning - language*

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIVPLB0mXUM

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Libra » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:01 am

I'm glad to hear that Dark Sun and Helldragon have proven able to overcome their mutual inability to conduct a relationship that is both Adult AND Mature; I'm also glad El Grande has managed to find the family he lost under such tragic circumstances.


Also just to make things clear for anybody who's asking, yes, Blue Wasp is a Power Bottom.


Voltron, that sounds a bit like something you might want to reconsider posting on an All-Ages Forum (also vaguely sports-related). :shock:


Sadly, it just never caught on with anyone.


It caught my interest, but I confess that I am not very good at Original Creation - you'll note that it took me a while to start posting for Age of Wonders? That's mostly because I find that I work best when there are characters hinted at, but not developed (in other words when I can fix upon any names you or Grey Crusader may happen to leave hanging around in the ether - you may have noticed this already!).

I was also a little weary of posting 'superhero' articles at the time; to be honest it struck me that Strange Visitors might have been more unique as a 'Space Opera Vs Supers' setting - or put succinctly a Eugenics War where the supermen are ... well, prone to wandering around in costumes.

Apropos of nothing, once I've worked my yare for vide-gaming down to manageable levels I am considering a brace of articles on The Outrageous Order How do they get along together? and Who are their major headaches?), finally getting back to the history of E-86 (I admit to dragging my feet so that I can see what ideas Grey Crusader will produce, allowing me a chance to work them in with my own thoughts) or just sitting back and posting a review of Black Flag, writ in the tongue o' Billy Bones (if'n I rate the thing fair and dam' the developers if I think else, by the powers!).

Choices, choices, and comments in the fullness of time (Of Course!). :wink:
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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Voltron64 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:24 am

All I can say is hell yes for your upcoming choices, Libra.
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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Phrozen » Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:35 pm

The Order Shook Up

While love blossomed between Helldragon and Dark Sun, things turned sour for Foxfire. Despite finally looking normal, he found that Dark Sun preferred bad boys instead of nice buy shy guys like himself. As Dark Sun's romance with Helldragon grew, Foxfire retreated into himself. Even going back to wearing his old canvas bag mask costume. When the time usually came for Dark Sun to get over her latest fling came and went, Foxfire became despondent. Finally, he just left the team with no notice or note to wander the roads of North America. Mister King would of thought it as poetic except now the core team is pissed at each other.

Shadow Lynx spent many hours commiserating with Foxfire over their misfortunes plus the doses of hallucinogens seemed to be helping her confront and come to terms with her past. Several nasty exchanges between the two led to blows on more then one occasion. El Grande seemed confused that his "Grandecito"* who finally did a "heel face turn" didn't get the girl. He noted it was very "un Macho Man - Elizabeth" and that this was "bad booking".

Yes, El Grande's has a very unique take on Spanish as well as English.


Dark Sun for her part doesn't understand why Shadow Lynx and El Grande are mad at her. Yes, she tolerated Foxfire and tolerated him a little more when he stopped smelling and looking like a body that had been left out in the woods for a couple days. That doesn't mean she loved him or had anything other than platonic feelings as a long term teammate. Plus Helldragon fills out those leather pants so well and he has a motorcycle.He is also super sweet once you get to know him. Its like he is the quintessential bad boy with a heart of gold.

Mister King for his part just wished that everybody would go back to their normal damaged but coping idiosyncrasies. Getting better and becoming less odd was supposed to bring the team closer together. So, far Mister King has been busy putting out fires between the members before it all falls apart. Somehow he has to figure out how to rope Foxfire back in but when dealing with matters of the heart it is tricky business.

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby MightyDavidson » Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:56 pm

Just as Sailor Cosmos has formed a dynamic duo with Super Dragon Girl Ten, so has Dr. Justice formed his own group of superheroes to aid the world though both siblings are still members of the Phoenix Force Seven. Originally this was a four man team composed of Dr. Justice, Alexander Tesla, Silver Tiger and Petros (who has acquired the sobriquet Prince Boyfriend from a smart alec reporter, since Pretty Prince of Pluto is a bit of a mouthful.) Over the course of many adventures, the quartet encountered numerous teen heroes that they decided to take under their wing and Jetpack Girl became a member of the team during an extended adventure amongst the worlds of the Celestial Commerce Guild.

The team is currently eleven members strong. Members not already mentioned are listed below.

The Angel Twins: A model and an aspiring singer respectively, Angel and Angela Rawlins encountered Dr. Justice's team when the Octagon tried to force the two of them to join when their powers started developing. Kidnapped by the malefactors, the twins' abduction made the evening news due to witnesses recognizing one of the Octagon members. This resulted in Dr. Justice's team investigating and teaming up with the twins to defeat the villains.

The twins have proved somewhat controversial, particularly due to Angel becoming the Silver Tiger's boyfriend and rumours surfacing about him doing porn. The impression that the two are using their superhero activities to further their careers has annoyed some people as well, despite that the two have developed quite the following.

Ser Justice: A boy gladiator from one of the worlds of the Celestial Commerce Guild who encountered Dr. Justice's team when they were traveling through the area as a result of a plan by Pinball and his children to eliminate the Phoenix Force Seven that had gone awry. Their attempts to get home were complicated when the heroes got caught up in Tancred's plans to liberate his fellow gladiators, as well as the schemes of a high level CCG executive who may or may not have been a duplicate of Dr. Justice or Sailor Cosmos from that world.

At any rate after several conflicts with several factions, the mysterious exec's apparent plan to seize control of the CCG was thwarted though nobody was able to pin anything on him and the boy gladiators were freed. Still in hot water with the CCG however, Tancred was taken back to Earth 0 where he became the ward of Dr. Justice and named himself Ser Justice in honour of the hero who'd assisted him. In his civilian identity he calls himself Tancred Davidson.

Hot Shot: A precocious redhead boy named Kay, he got caught up in the activities of the Organization and Professor Proton due to the activities of his parents who were part of the Organization. Basically a good kid, Kay was very reluctant to do anything really evil and was only to willing to rat out his hated parents when pushed by Dr. Justice. Of course this was only after Professor Proton had tried to kill him due to being 'evil', which ironically prevented Kay from achieving his good deed for awhile as he defended himself.

Irrepressible and prone to mischief, Kay and Dr. Justice got along famously particularly after Kay helped the team defeat Professor Proton by lighting the villain's pants on fire. Having fire powers, the name Hot Shot was a natural moniker for him. The name had actually been coined by Jetpack Girl, who sarcastically called him a hot shot when he crowed about defeating Professor Proton.

Phalanx: A boy named Ulysses from Greece, Phalanx was remanded to the custody of the team by none other then Wolf Jager. The circumstances under which the boy met the famous secret agent are unknown though they're believed to involve an attempt infest most of Europe with harpies as a distraction while a team of Titan worshipers tried to summon Typhon from underneath Mount Etna. How this threat was averted is currently unknown.

What is known was that Wolf took Ulysses to Dr. Justice so the boy could learn to control his powers and be amongst superpowered people his own age. What are his powers? Ulysses is a duplicator, capable of forming up to 32 duplicates of himself.

Ulysses, Kay and Tancred have since become fast friends.

Miss Badass: This is what happens when you give a sixteen year old the chance to choose her own superhero name, though one cannot say that it's not accurate. Possessed of superhuman strength and durability, Danielle certainly qualifies as a badass. Especially since she was working as a vigilante when the team encountered her, one who specialized in hunting creatures spawned of the Titans, though she would happily face off against the Organization and the Octagon whenever she got the chance to do so.

A pretty girl, Danielle choose her sobriquet under duress as she wished to use her real name as the Angel Twins did. Since she was still able to maintain a secret identity unlike the twins, Justin insisted that she try to do so.

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby greycrusader » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:02 pm

Charles Phipps wrote:Just to give Libra's sequel group some food for thought.

The Lamplighters (Bronze Age)

The Zealot's seeming attempt to destroy Ketra saddened him but was not the reason Ketra chose to leave the Earth. He claimed there were "other things" he had to do and proceeded to make sure the environment healed itself after the Octagon's latter massacres--improbably leading to humanity's survival.

The Zealot: Jefferson Brauner got his career started due to a sense of cultural guilt that his father passed down to him. Having escaped Nazi Germany with a vast fortune before things went to hell, Jefferson was encouraged repeatedly to somehow make up for his father's weakness. Jefferson proceeded to become enamoured of ancient Jewish warrior traditions and modeled himself after those who destroyed Jericho as well as drove out the Greeks. From his hidden fortress of Masada, (actually a penthouse apartment over numerous floors of equipment), he fought hate-groups with a variety of gadgets before moving on to protect humanity as a whole.

Ultimately, the Zealot felt he was doing less good as a vigilante assassin than he could be as a philanthropist. "Coming out of the phone-booth", he was pardoned by the government and used his immense wealth to form a foundation for the helping of others. He maintained strong ties with Israel but actually attempted to work out peaceful solutions with its enemies in a surprising 180 on his previous views.

The Zealot was blamed for a plot by the Octagon to destroy a dozen cities and blame Ketra. This "wheels within wheels" plot permanently blackened the Lamplighters name and made the Zealot an international criminal. He's still out there, though, and became a terror to the Octagon and its forces.


The entire "Jefferson Brauner/Zealot" identity was a fabrication, a fiction invented by the Octagon so Murdermaster could embed with the fledgling superhero community struggling to gain a foothold on Earth-1986. The conditioning given him by the Professor was so thorough he became an absolute terror to the criminal element, terminating drug kingpins, mafia dons, and illegal arms magnates with extreme prejudice; then when "Zealot" went public he became almost as effective as brokering a Peace With Honor in the Middle East. Both of these personas were strategic-his actions against criminals added to the unease which the authorities and public felt about masked heroes, while the peace treaty he brokered was designed by the Professor and Dakkai to fail within a few years, building hope only to see the good feeling collapse.

As part of the second iteration of Lamplighters, Murdermaster ferreted out the secrets of his fellow
"secret fraternity members", offering up their psychological and physical weaknesses to the Octagon. The information he fed them also proved very useful in undermining the public perception of mystery-men, making them easier for the Professor's reality-altering engine to manipulate. He lured Trenchcoat to the burning building which spelled the man's doom, murdered the aging Wild Card (The Clock uncovered the burning-to-death-in-bed was not an accident), and planted the seeds of betrayal in the Solarian's mind. Worse, the ruse was never uncovered by any save the Clock-the Zealot is still seen as a champion by the surviving Lamplighters!

Wildcard: Wildcard's nostalgia for a previous time resulted in him creating the second generation of the Lamplighters. While his government connections kept the organization from becoming his own personal boondoggle, it never really shaped into the team he envisioned. Part of the reason was that Ketra was a god, Zealot took poorly to WIldcard's "good-natured ribbing", and Trenchcoat was insane. Touched by God, perhaps, but quite seriously coocoo-for-cocoa puffs.

Wildcard died before the events of the Octagon, perishing due to a lifetime smoking habit, so he was spared the indignity of watching his world burn. However, his influence on the team and later resistance movements had a larger role than anyone expected. The Wildcard's secret bases and stashes of weaponry assisted the future resistance movement (lead by Night Guardian II and Satin Siren II) in fighting the Octagon.


Sadly, due to the Octagon's influence, Wildcard's strength of will had faded by the time of his confrontation with Murdermaster-the 'Card had somehow tumbled onto the Octagon's secret mastery of the world, but rather than provoking righteous outrage, he crumbled into an emotional mess. Perhaps he would have been defeated anyway-the man was in his sixties by then, still formidable but past his prime, and his skills with the cutting-edge advance weaponry were swiftly fading as the Octagon's false-reality settled over the planet. But perhaps a fighting Wildcard would have taken the Murdermaster down with him.[/quote]

Night Guardian II: Night Guardian II: Henry Hollands was never the sort of figure who his father expected to turn into a superhero. The illegitimate offspring of Horace Olds with a Queens waitress (I remind people, there's a scale named Kinsey for these sort of things), he grew up shy as well as nerdy. Horace's attempts to involve himself in his son's life frequently turned out poorly with the only real lesson he managed to impart being, "great privilege begets great obligation." Frankly, Henry wished his father had found a punchier way of saying that.

Henry might have become a swashbuckling hero if he'd gained superpowers another way but the young tinker was forced to wait a few years until he'd inherited his father's massive trust (a gift from the US Commando to the son of a friend). From there, he used the money to create a variety of amazing gadgets to fight crime. Henry Holland's identity was never as much of a secret as he'd wanted it to be (El Diablo blowing up his mother's home at one point) but he pretended like it was.

The costume was just the sort of thing to make Henry's life easier, though, as he was a strong and confident hero wearing it. Ultimately, it served as his security blanket right up until the time the Octagon took over the world--and his obligation was at its greatest.

Satin Siren II: The daughter of the original Satin Siren was expected to be her only more so. Sadly, or perhaps better for her, she turned out to be quite the opposite. Despite being stuck with the name, Sally Lawnickzak was anything but soft. Looking like a model, she talked like a sailor and seemed almost irritated that she seemed to continue to be considered one of America's most desirable ladies no matter what she did.

Of course, she eventually softened a bit and started up a relationship with Night Guardian II. That fell apart with some rather disturbing revelations about her potential father. Still, the two managed to work together and eventually drove the Octagon off.

"Boom" was her catchphrase.


Horace Olds did indeed have a tryst with Hallie Hollands, a Queens waitress, during a period where he was still coming to terms with his ultimate sexuality, but the boy was not his biological son; in her youth, Hallie was a costumed-adventurer groupie, and the boy was the product of a one-night stand with Knight-Guardsman, a Chicago based vigilante who sported glider-wings, crescent blades, a souped-up sedan, and a general bad attitude. But the relationship between Horace and Hallie developed into a sweet, long-lasting friendship, and Horace came to be young Henry's mentor, allowing the child to believe Horace was his actual father. Henry might well have become the second Nightguardian, save Miles Moore was already using the alias and M.O.-honestly, young Henry never evidenced the demeanor or physique everyone believed de rigeur of a costumed hero. His decision to follow his "dad" into the career was a surprise to all the old-time Lamplighters. He was steered into the alternate codename by his mother, who still remembered her long ago night of passion with fondness.

Sally was the adopted daughter of the original Satin Siren, her biological mother being the Baby-Doll Moll, a masked female bank robber, protection racket leader, and gangland enforcer. One of the few costumed villainesses of the Golden Age era, she was (sort-of) Satin Siren I's arch-foe, but when the Moll was killed in a battle between the Lamplighters and her syndicate, the woman's orphaned daughter was taken in by Carrie Lane (aka Carla Lawnickzak), who came to love the girl as her own. Sally was a big, beefy girl who inherited her biological mother's build, but her fighting skills were honed by lessons from Uncle Horace and other acquaintances of her mother's , from the "old days". She grew up strong, tough, and pretty much fearless, but lacked the original Silk Siren's agile gymnastic prowess. Sally made up for this with brass knuckles, steel-toed boots, tear-gas spray, and other implements of violence. Both Sally and Lydia (Silk Satin I's biological daughter) traded-off the role of Silk Siren II, occasionally teaming up as the Satin Twins (though they weren't the same age and looked nothing alike).

Sadly, Knight-Guardsman and Sally Lane never associated much with Captain Zero, and so were vulnerable to machination of the Octagon's reality re-alignment; they were the first to have their identities altered and sidelined into civilian status. But more on that and the general perfidy of the Octagon on Earth-1986 in a follow up post...

All my best.

BTW: Libra, you did an absolutely smashing write-ups for the "Nasty Nine" of the Diabolical Dozen, turning what little straw I had provided into gold. Charles, excellent work as always on updating the Esoterics, who must be among the most battle-hardened and scarred team of the AofW setting.

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Voltron64 » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:17 pm

So was Sally a little like this during the 70s?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YX5672Bn3BY
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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby MightyDavidson » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:28 pm

Any thoughts on Team Justice?

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Libra » Wed Oct 30, 2013 4:05 am

Only that it has been as well-done as all the work I've seen posted on the Age of Wonders forum to date! :D


BTW: Libra, you did an absolutely smashing write-ups for the "Nasty Nine" of the Diabolical Dozen, turning what little straw I had provided into gold.


Thank you very kindly for the compliment and please be assured that if I produced any gold, it was only because you had brought me ore from the best possible motherlode.

You may also be further assured that I still fully intend to post a full commentary in reply to the posts that you and Charles have made concerning The Lamplighters (I am also looking forward to reading your thoughts on the various gambits and manipulations put into action by The Octagon to achieve, as well as maintain their domination of Earth-1986; I'll go on record and say that while the odds were ever in their favour, this outcome was still not QUITE a foregone conclusion - even if it was by far the most likely outcome).


On a related note, I wonder if the Murdermaster who infiltrated The Lamplighters was the individual who brought that title from Earth-1938 to Earth1986 (who lacked his most noted offspring's empowering neuroses, but possessed an equally large chip on his shoulder, having worked first as a miner before serving as a solider and then coming to hold society in contempt, having found the Battlefront less horrible than the coalface - becoming the sort of angry young man upon whom The Prophet had built his cult), a man who might well have good cause to recognise Codename Wildcard as his personal bete noire after several decades of coup and counter-coup.

I am also less than surprised that The Professor would codename his pseudo-Jewish caped crusader 'Zealot' (after a FAILED sect of assassins who lurked in plain sight until they launched a terrorist insurrection that reduced Palestine to a warzone for over a decade and ensured that the Jewish Nation would be left as little more than embers on the winds) as opposed to 'Maccabeus' (after one of the greatest heroes and groups of heroes in Jewish History, whose name is STILL used by the Jewish People in much the same context as others would speak of 'Herculean' or 'Olympian'); that bald buzzard of Bad Medicine has a NASTY sense of humour and seems incapable of subtlety when given an opportunity to indulge it.

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Voltron64 » Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:24 am

Libra wrote: I am also less than surprised that The Professor would codename his pseudo-Jewish caped crusader 'Zealot' (after a FAILED sect of assassins who lurked in plain sight until they launched a terrorist insurrection that reduced Palestine to a warzone for over a decade and ensured that the Jewish Nation would be left as little more than embers on the winds) as opposed to 'Maccabeus' (after one of the greatest heroes and groups of heroes in Jewish History, whose name is STILL used by the Jewish People in much the same context as others would speak of 'Herculean' or 'Olympian'); that bald buzzard of Bad Medicine has a NASTY sense of humour and seems incapable of subtlety when given an opportunity to indulge it.


Hey, I'm Jewish and I didn't know any of that that.

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Re: Age of Wonders thread IV

Postby Libra » Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:35 am

I'll thank you for referring to me as a CALEDONIAN Ivory-Tower Man (I got bits of my education in Edinburgh as well!), you insolent Arizona low-brow! :twisted:
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