LOL. I guess if I run him, he'll get an extra HP right off the bat!Horsenhero wrote:See? Stryker is so inexperienced he forgot his own name!....and gender.hero4hire wrote:Striker has a copy and paste typo in his complications.
Inexperienced: As a new hero, Veil can make mistakes or poor decisions in crisis/combat situations
Jabroniville wrote:The DCA issues are probably a case of too many cooks, and the right hand not knowing what the left one is doing. Plus lazy editing (since it's just in PDF form, HOPEFULLY they can fix most of them before it's time to go to print). It's REALLY easy to assume the Strength scores match the old ones, without realizing that Strength 4 now gives you an 800-lb. lift. Plus, it makes sence that Cheshire could do tons of damage in melee- just give her a Strike-type power to reflect better hitting power. I do that for my martial artist builds, and I know many others do as well. As it stands, though- Cheshire is stronger than Nightwing, and WAY stronger than Black Canary, both of which are all wrong.
I'm hip, Jab. It's easier for us to be more consistent with stats since we're all doing our builds for our little "universes". And in the end, just like each our own threads, things will vary based on how we see the characters or our thoughts on power level or what "iconic" means. It's like comparing Jim Lee's take on Superman compared to Grant Morrisons's compared to John Byrne's compared to Marv Wolfman, etc. over the years, we can all see things differently, and that's fine. Like Jon L and others have said, if you don't like the build, don't use it and build your own. So I will. It's all good in the end, and anything that gives me an excuse to build I will always take.BARON wrote:the funniest is the errata from the heroes handbook not making it into H&V1
But I do concur that it's funny that the errata did not make it into PDF. But after all the delays, I'm just glad we got it.